JOB DESCRIPTION FOR SPECIALIST ART/DT TEACHER
Graduate qualified teacher, Bachelors degree in relevant subject area.
Minimum 2 years experience in working with students in the relevant age group. Experience in an international school is preferred but not essential. Experience of the British education system is preferred. Experience in teaching EAL students preferred. Experience in raising achievement and setting aspirational targets is essential.
Ability to inspire and nurture creativity in others. Ability to analyse student data and promote student achievement. An understanding of how the learning continuum flows through the College. Able to use educational ICT to promote learning. Excellent knowledge of curriculum content and pedagogy. Proficient in using a variety of assessment and feedback techniques. Ability to differentiate for students with different levels of development. Able to establish effective working relationships with staff, students and parents.
An exemplary practitioner who leads by example. Commitment to uphold and support the schools ethos. Commitment to supporting all aspects of our programme including extra-‐‑curricular activities and contribution to school community. Prepared to work hard in a high performing, fee paying, Independent International School.
BRIEF OVERVIEW OF ROLE
The Art/DT Teacher is responsible to the head of faculty and Heads of School for planning and teaching Art/DT. The Art/DT teacher is expected to develop and deliver an appropriate programme based on the National Curriculum framework. When there are relevant curriculum links the Art/DT teacher is expected to work closely with class teachers to collaboratively plan and deliver an integrated unit.
The Art/DT teacher must
- be flexible and adaptable to different learning situations and teaching styles
- differentiate through various strategies.
- inform class teachers of students progress
- inform parents and attend parent teacher conferences, as required.
- contribute to the extra curricula activities of the school and be involved in school development.