We Are Currently Accepting Applications:

Title: Teacher

Reports to: Head of Academics

 

Job Summary:

Provides teaching, mentoring, and academic services to Academy students.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

Plans, implements, and teaches lessons to students, following Ministry of Education and Fulford Academy curricula, and established frameworks for instruction and the conduct of classes; leads students and class discussions, conveys knowledge, promotes good study habits, discipline, and love of learning to students.

Develops and assesses best instructional methods for facilitating student learning

Develops and maintains long and short-range instructional plans.

Develops and maintains a structured and safe learning environment.  

Develops options and solves problems to improve students’ academic achievement and behaviour.

Supervises students in a variety of academic and non-academic environments.

Evaluates and reports on students’ behaviour and assists in student discipline.

Manages students’ progress in accordance with the Growing Success document 

Administers tests, exams and oversees student projects.

Provides feedback to staff and parents on students’ progress.  

Maintains student records, such as attendance, assessment and evaluations, reports cards, grades, and discipline reports.   

Maintains an orderly, clean, and safe classroom. 

Participates in ongoing professional development and administrative meetings

Plays a role in various committees, student clubs and/or athletics teams 

Act as an advisor to students on social, personal, and academic matters

Acts as a study hall supervisor at least once a week.

 

Other Responsibilities: 

In addition, Teachers may also be required to perform one or more of the following roles:

Work in cooperation with the Head of Academics regarding, ordering classroom resources, scheduling classes, placement testing, etc.   

Participate in extracurricular life at the school.

 

Education:

Bachelor of Education University degree. Valid Ontario teaching certificate. TESL Certification or ESL Pt. 1 AQ.

 

Experience:

Preferred: Junior, intermediate, or senior teaching experience in subjects, such as English, English as a second language, history, geography, math, or science.

 

Skills:  

Excellent communications skills; manage a highly differentiated classroom, classroom management; ability to exercise fair and ethical judgement. 

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