A Teacher is responsible for educating students and to foster the appropriate skills and social abilities to enable the optimum development of children, according to their age, ability, and aptitude.
A Teacher develops schemes of work and lesson plans in line with curriculum objectives.
Subject to the limitations prescribed by law and the school policies and regulations, the duties of an employee shall include, but not limited to the following responsibilities :
Perform as a Competent and Caring Faculty Member
Demonstrate quality interactions with children and their families according to standards for Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Display knowledge of early childhood and general child development.
Exhibit sensitivity to students' individual profiles and level of development to meet students' unique needs.
Implement Child-Oriented Curriculum and Instructional Practices
Contribute to the design and implement a dynamic, creative, age appropriate and individually appropriate curriculum that meets the goals set in terms of concepts and skills in line with standards set.
Plan for curriculum aligned with the MI principles and teach for understanding.
Communicate expectations for learning and provide instructions to meet curricular goals.
Create and use instructional materials and technology to ensure coherent instruction.
Assess student learning through authentic and formative assessment.
Establish Positive Communication at All Levels
Communicate with students using Positive Communication that fosters genuine concern and respect.
Ensure Positive Communication with parents on a regular basis to inform them of their child’s ongoing development and activities.
Design and implement classroom parent communication systems.
Orient new parents and students to classroom routine, curriculum, and communication systems.
Create children’s progress reports and portfolios as well as conduct parent conferences.
Plan and foster activities to promote a strong home-school partnership.
Communicate effectively with classroom team and colleagues to foster collaboration.
Practice Effective Classroom Management and Classroom Environment
Practice effective classroom management, positive behavior management techniques and Positive Discipline in guiding the children’s behavior
Ensure the implementation of health and safety policy and procedures.
Understand and carry out emergency procedures.
Arrange an engaging learning environment that encourages student learning.
Organize classroom schedule to allow for child initiated and teacher directed activities as well as individual and small group learning.
Monitor the proper use of classroom equipment and supplies and maintain classroom order and cleanliness.
Be Part of the Multiple Intelligence International School Family
Support MIIS by projecting a positive attitude about the organization, its goals, and policies.
Welcome guests and prospective parents into your classroom and into the school.
Promote the school's educational program to the community as needed.
Contribute to the school improvement process by participating in faculty meetings, sharing non-teaching duties and adjusting work schedule to accommodate the schools' staffing needs.
Respect confidentiality of both written, oral, and observed information about families, children, teachers, staff, administration, and methodology of the school.
Avoids malicious gossip at all times.
Exhibit readiness to share responsibilities with others, to assume others’ responsibilities in emergencies, and to generously share ideas, materials, time, and services, for the good of the team.
Demonstrate and Uphold Professional Behavior
Comply with the school and employee policies, rules and regulations and commit to professional standards.
Maintain accurate records and submitting all reports in a timely manner.
Practice punctuality and regular attendance.
Participate in professional development activities
Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's / College Degree
Preferably 1-4 years experienced teacher
Professional License holders are preferred