Teda Global Academy, Tianjin

Secondary Spanish Language & Culture(Currently in China)

¥21K-30K/Month Tianjin, China 1 position available Starting date in 2021-02-22

About The School

Teda International School was established by the governing body of the Tianjin Economic Development Learn more about this school

Job Description

Thank you for your interest in TGA! Located just outside of Tianjin in the People’s Republic of China, our school was established in 1995 by the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) government to support the families of the international business community.

TGA offers early childhood, primary and secondary educational programs, including a wide range of Advanced Placement (AP) offerings, to children of foreign and local families in the area. Our U.S.-oriented curricula incorporates internationally-recognized learning standards, and academic core instruction is integrated with our Core Values, ensuring that our mission-driven program leads to well-rounded learners. We offer wide variety of extracurricular programs, clubs and activities, and our interscholastic athletic program runs year-round. Although Chinese language and culture are incorporated into our curricula, English is our primary medium of instruction.

We have 40 foreign teachers on our staff. Their average tenure is 4 years. We experience about 20% foreign staff turnover each year. Our teachers come from all over the world.

TEDA is a “new city” by Chinese standards, just 35 years old. Part of the Binhai district, it is near the international shipping port, and is characterized by wide avenues, plenty of green space, modern buildings, western-style malls and stores, international restaurants and cafes, clinics and hospitals. Western food and groceries are readily available, and most residences, shops and TGA are located within 3 kilometers of each other. Rental bikes and taxis are cheap and plentiful, and most destinations are a short walk or ride away.


Our school is looking for the following positions:

Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

Upper Primary Teacher

Secondary English Language Arts (Grades 8-12)

Secondary Spanish Language & Culture


This position is responsible for facilitating the cognitive, affective, ethical and physical growth and development of students, and to ensure that each student receives the guidance and support necessary for high quality learning and equitable access to the full range of learning opportunities available.

  • Designs purposeful, engaging and relevant lessons and activities with measurable learning outcomes; ensures students are aware of and pursue intended outcomes

  • Knows and understands students; plans lessons and activities appropriate for developmental level, individual language and learning needs, interests and culture

  • Ensures planning and instruction are sequential and aligned with established learning and curricular standards

  • Facilitates learning activities that are highly relevant, require critical and creative high-level thought and have multiple correct responses or approaches

  • Effectively applies current research-based pedagogical strategies, approaches

    and methodologies to meet the needs of diverse learners

  • Intentionally facilitates and supports academic language development to meet

    the needs of language learners in the mainstream classroom

  • Consistently and intentionally incorporates ESLRs into teaching

  • Anticipates and prepares for student misunderstanding; plans for further

    explanation, re-teaching and support as necessary

  • Designs and uses varied assessment techniques and strategies to inform

    teaching and improve learning; persists until students reach expected

    achievement

  • Provides timely and meaningful feedback that leads to improved learning;

    cultivates appropriate student use of feedback and accountability for learning

  • Establishes (verbally and through action) a culture for learning; sets high

    expectations and provides support for student engagement and accountability

    for learning

  • Implements positive and effective classroom management strategies and

    fosters development of appropriate student behavior

  • Intentionally creates a culture of mutual respect and emotional safety in the

    classroom; cultivates rapport and camaraderie between students

  • Proactively and positively communicates with and involves parents in child’s

    learning; provides meaningful feedback and productive guidance

  • Pursues connections with students through extracurricular activities; shares

    responsibility for coordination and supervision of activities and events

  • Willingly shares in additional responsibilities (e.g. student supervision);

    facilitates and participates in activities and events during and outside of the

    instructional day

  • Adheres to documentation requirements and deadlines; completes planning,

    grading and grade reporting in a timely manner

  • Willingly provides support and shares solutions, ideas and resources with colleagues; takes a collaborative, team-oriented approach to planning and teaching

  • Productively contributes to school growth and development (e.g. curriculum development and review, writing and submitting articles, school-level and accreditation committee work)

  • Maintains confidentiality regarding student personal and academic issues; uses discretion when discussing students with others

  • Models and expects high ethical and professional standards, a positive, optimistic and solution-oriented attitude, and courteous treatment and respect for others

  • Regularly pursues relevant professional development; implements new learning in the classroom and shares with colleagues; commits to an attitude of lifelong learning

  • Takes a reflective approach to professional practice; consistently evaluates practice and seeks opportunities to improve; implements suggestions and feedback from others

  • Support an intercultural, global approach to learning and interaction that embraces diverse cultures, traditions, beliefs, perspectives, and other- centeredness

  • Supports school vision, mission and purpose in word and practice; is positive and avoids conveying a negative or derogatory tone regarding school functioning

  • Commits to and practices child safeguarding standards and requirements; ensures that all students are protected from exclusion, discrimination, harassment, abuse and neglect

  • Commits to school vision, mission, and the Teacher Profile



Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area

  • State or provincial certification as a professional teacher

  • English language fluency

  • A collaborative and inclusive approach to teaching and learning

  • Strong communication, interpersonal and organizational skills

  • Eligibility for a Chinese work visa (some positions have restrictions)



Benefits

• Competitive tax-free salary:15k/month-23k/Month for basic Salay
• Housing allowance (single ¥54,000/yr. More for families)
• Flight allowance (includes dependents)
• Extra baggage allowance
• Professional development allowance
• Worldwide health coverage (includes dependents)

• Tuition waiver for dependent children
• Paid accommodation on arrival (up to one week)
• Airport pickup at start of contract
• Full pay salary during summer and winter holidays
• Working visa provided














Post date: 2020-12-03

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