IB Business Management Teacher

Role Summary:  We seek an IB Business Management teacher for our international school. The candidate will have experience in teaching IB Business Management as well as a familiarity with second-language learning. EF Academy teachers are exceptional educators who create a stimulating and enriching high school experience for our diverse international student population which represents students from over 75 countries. They embrace EF's vision for preparing students for a future without borders and possess a proven track record of highly effective teaching. They are flexible, creative, knowledgeable, global-minded and strive to be unforgettable. Teachers support the personal, social and academic development of students and contribute to extra-curricular clubs, service learning and/or sports programs.

Description:           

Here are some of the requirements for this position

  • Teach classes with curricula from the IB, grades 9-12, and related advising.
  • Differentiate instruction to support students whose first language is not English.
  • Provide timely, helpful feedback to students.
  • Include data-driven approach to teaching and learning.
  • Plan and carry out experiential learning experiences for students which link to classroom learning.
  • Use a relevant range of technologies and creative teaching styles.
  • Maintain up-to-date records of assessments, attendance, planning, syllabus, and reports.
  • Create course outlines and key vocabulary lists for IGCSE and IB courses; share online.
  • Develop assessment tasks using a wide range of formative assessment tools.
  • Work collaboratively with teachers, students, staff, and administrators.
  • Attend curriculum planning meetings, faculty meetings, and department meetings.
  • Keep parents informed about student progress by writing academic progress reports.
  • Continue study in your field; participate in professional development offered by the school. 
  • Maintain regular office hours and after-school help for students.
  • Select and requisition materials and textbooks for each class in a timely manner. 
  • Participate in student induction week activities and student placement testing.
  • Compile bibliography of suggested reading for students for the academic year and summer.
  • Chaperone off-campus events during the academic year and attend school events.  
  • Contribute to enhancing boarding school life for our students by supervising a club or coaching a sport.
  • Serve on committees as may be needed.
  • Promote positive school relationships, with regular communication to the guidance counselor.
  • Be enthusiastic and resourceful in creating meaningful learning experiences for high school students.
  • Be a positive and collaborative member of the school community in all interactions with colleagues and students.

 


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