Adventist Education

A Journey to Excellence
World Division PK-12
Mar. 1, 2023
Resumes Due:
Apr. 16, 2023

Description: • Build and maintain a successful EAL/ESL program which includes providing support for students with English language needs and preparing EAL/ESL students for accessing the curriculum in English. With outstanding EAL/ESL knowledge, he/she will plan integrated units and advisory activities, discuss students' academic progress, plan and moderate assessments, and work collaboratively to promote the explicit educational needs of the English language learners. • Maintain a productive classroom while nurturing an encouraging, supportive relationship with students. • Create a learning environment that is motivating, inspiring and level-appropriate, setting clear expectations for class work and homework while maintaining instructional resources that support the classroom learning. • Nurture students in excellence, service and integrity. • Build trust and rapport with students, and collegially collaborate in providing pastoral care. • Understand students’ diverse needs and seek to actively know students’ strengths and weaknesses to cater to their differing learning needs. • Establish regular links with the parent community to ensure that parents are kept well informed about student progress.

Experience: • A bachelor’s degree in education with PGCE/PGDE. An advanced degree is desirable. • EAL/ESL teaching qualification/endorsement or equivalent is compulsory. Demonstrable experience of creating/innovating/adapting EAL/ESL curricula to engage children is a must. • At least five years of teaching experience within a recognized educational institution is highly desirable. • A strong commitment and passion for EAL/ESL education in the middle school section. • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. • An understanding of and experience in using technology in classroom e.g. applications like Canvas, Nearpod.