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Teacher

We are looking for a teacher who will be a part of our school system and help nurture the learning environment for our students and institution. You will need to conduct classes, distribute notes on the subject, address queries and doubts, administer projects and tests. Your contribution will add value to not just the institution but also to the lives of the students you teach.


Education Industry

The field of education involves various stages like primary, secondary and tertiary learning. It comprises of schools, colleges, universities and other institutions that promote knowledge acquisition. The jobs that come under this field include administration, teaching, management, etc.


What to expect from the role

  • Hands-on experience with teaching and mentoring students various academic courses.
  • Opportunity to practice and perfect teaching, multitasking, management, and organizational skills.
  • Working with the guidance of professionals and seniors with many years of experience.
  • Exposure to the field of education and all its facets.


Responsibilities

  • Conducting classes and presenting the lesson in a comprehensive manner for the students to understand.
  • Promote a healthy learning environment where students can learn and grow.
  • Promote teamwork and healthy interpersonal relationship with fellow students.
  • Provide individual help and additional attention to students struggling with subjects.
  • Use audio and visual aids effectively to make the class interactive and engaging.
  • Create and distribute relevant subject content to the class regularly according to the lesson plan.
  • Test, record and assess the progress of students in the class at regular intervals.
  • Collaborate with other teachers to better improve the learning environment.
  • Research regularly on the lessons and subject before class.
  • Counseling, guiding and motivating students to perform better.
  • Maintaining discipline on campus.
  • Creating a happy environment where students want to learn.
  • Keeping the classroom neat and tidy.


Requirements

  • Minimum bachelor's degree in teaching.
  • Thorough knowledge of the subject and general knowledge of other subjects.
  • Prior experience as a teacher
  • Strong sense of discipline and values
  • Committed, well organized and motivated
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge of first aid and CPR


Average Salary

On average $56,103 per annum.

Source - salary.com

Career Path

A teacher is a job role that is for those with entry to intermediate level experience in the field. It is a job requiring you to conduct classes according to lesson plan, supervise the children and conduct assessments. It also includes tasks like inspiring them and guiding them in all endeavors. Here are a few steps you can take towards this job role:

  • Bachelor's degree in teaching.
  • A Master’s degree or vocational in similar discipline.
  • 1-5 years of experience in the field.


Career Progression

With enough experience in this job roles and appropriate further qualifications you can progress your career to other job roles such as:

  • Counselor
  • Teacher Coach
  • Vice Principal
  • Dean of Students
  • Principal


Sample Questions

Personal
  • What do you love most about teaching?

  • Do you have a habit of picking a favorite in class?

  • Where do you wish to see your students in 5 years?

Human Resources
  • How comfortable are you following another teacher’s teaching style?

  • Would you be willing to take a different teacher’s class if necessary?

  • Are you comfortable with going on school field trips and visits?

Management
  • How will you promote an interactive classroom?

  • What subjects are you comfortable teaching?

  • Why did you choose to join our school?

Technical skills and knowledge
  • What educational tools have you used in the past and which do you prefer the most?

  • What would you do if a student is struggling with mental health?

  • How would you handle a student who cheated on a test?