High school humanities teacher
European Union Education FoundationShanghaiUpdate time: April 2,2020
Job Description
World Leading Schools Association (WLSA) was established in 2011 in order to bridge cultural differences, promote further understanding among secondary schools, and improve collaboration between leading schools and institutions of higher education around the world.

WLSA Shanghai Academy (WSA) was established in 2012. The mission of WSA is to develop globally-minded leaders who will help change the world for the better. WSA seeks to inspire its students, under the leadership of Mr. Tony Little, the former Head Master of Eton College, to pursue their individual passions through an internationally-recognized innovative WLSA Curriculum, to meet the growing demands of international and local students in china preparing to study at top universities around the world. Over the past years, we have been successfully sending our graduates to top US universities, such as Yale, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, Dartmouth, Chicago, Northwestern, Cornell, Johns Hopkins and etc.

WLSA Shanghai Academy offers WLSA Curriculum and the core of WLSA Curriculum is WLSA Global Impact Program (WLSA GIP), which is a unique, interdisciplinary, skills-based curriculum that forms the foundation of a holistic vision of high school education in a globalized society, including:

Skill Development Program (SDP), originally collaborated with Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), is a project-based learning class. It fosters students’ skills of performing research, critical evaluation, reflective learning, efficient teamwork, and effective communication.
Assimilation and Difference in American Society (ADAS), adapting courses from Harvard-Westlake School, is a primarily Harkness-table learning class. Student analyze and contrast cultural values between the US and China, examining and predicting their own struggles before creating a plan of adaptation to the country. The class structure enables students to engage in a Socratic-seminar environment and learning how to be a productive member in discussion.
Colloquy, originated from the division course from Winchester College in the UK, is a project-based learning class that directly focuses on students’ ability to communicate in a variety of forms. Academic writing, presentation, and teamwork skills are particularly targeted.
Ethics, focuses on moral education, integrity, and ethical responsibility as a part of the international community. Through the course, students gain a wider understanding of ethical issues, particularly those that will affect them around the world.

Job Description:
 Teach one or two of the GIP courses list above
 Planning, preparing and delivering lessons;
 Assigning, correcting and marking work;
 Assessing, recording and reporting on the development, progress, attainment and behavior of students;
 Promoting the general progress and wellbeing of students;
 Providing guidance and advice to students on educational and social matters and on their further education and future careers;
 Working with other members of the school staff and parents/guardians to ensure the best interest of students;
 Reviewing and evaluating one’s own teaching and learning strategies, methodologies in line with WLSA curriculum framework guidelines;
 Participating in-house training program and contributing to the professional development program of school;
 Maintaining good order and discipline amongst students under one’s care and safeguarding their health and safety at all times;
 Nurturing a culture where teachers view themselves essentially as facilitators of learning and reflective practitioners.

 A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in humanities such as social studies, philosophy, history etc.
 Minimum two years teaching experience
 Passion in education and be capable of motivating students and helping shape their futures
 Ability to work well on a team with others
 Ability to differentiate implementation of curriculum

 The salary is competitive and to be negotiated, based on education background, teaching and administrative experience, workload etc.
 Winter and summer paid vacation.
 Reimburse related expenses of visa application
 Working permit and Expert license
 10K flight ticket per year

To apply:

Please send your resume/CV, highest degree/diploma, relevant teaching certificate, a photocopy of your passport, residence permit (if there is any), work permit (if there is any), reference letters which can verify your teaching experience, a motivation letter and other relevant documents to us

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