Casual Relief Teachers
Applications are invited from suitably qualified, experienced and motivated professionals to apply for Casual Relief Teacher opportunities, particularly in the areas of Physical Education, Science, History and Humanities.
Teachers at Carey are professional people and this is reflected in their teaching and in their relationships with students, parents and other staff members.
Carey teachers create a learning environment that stimulates interest and purposeful learning in which the dignity of each individual is respected. The physical learning environment can facilitate student interest in learning and takes into account the nature of the learning tasks. Classroom management strategies take into account the age range of students and lead to purposeful learning by students in the class.
Within the stated curriculum, Carey teachers develop a clear and comprehensive course of instruction that is congruent with course objectives.
Carey teachers use a variety of teaching techniques which suit the course objectives and the students’ developmental levels and which encourage students to think, to solve problems and to learn independently. They;
- develop challenging learning activities
- actively engage students in the learning process
- make use of the wide variety of teaching resources (including technology) available in the School and community
- use a variety of ways of grouping students to take into account the desired learning and social outcomes.
Carey teachers communicate with students, parents and their teaching and non-teaching colleagues in a clear, respectful and professional way, thus providing a role model which assists in every student’s development. They;
- communicate clearly and appropriately
- establish rapport with students
- motivate students
- accommodate individual differences in learning rates and styles
- encourage student participation in all aspects of the learning process
- maintain professional confidentiality on information about students while sharing relevant information with their teaching colleagues
- establish effective and cooperative working relationships with teaching and non-teaching colleagues and work as a member of a team.
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Applications close Friday 22 March 2019.