The Subject Teacher is responsible to the immediate supervisors in curriculum delivery and classroom management. Subject teachers are responsible to the Registrar and to the homeroom Teacher in reporting students’ quarter and semester grades. Additions or changes of duties will be discussed with the Director and the Principal for Academic Administration and amended accordingly.
- Prepare a course outline for each of their subjects and provide copies to the Level head, WASC office, and the Principal for Academic Administration.
- Prepare their daily lesson plans.
- Compile a folder of emergency lesson plans and appropriate work for all their classes in the event that they do not arrive at school or are unable to send plans.
- Participate in Staff Development Seminars and share those experiences with colleagues as appropriate.
- Encourage students’ active participation in learning.
- Establish positive learning environments.
- Compile portfolios of student work along with appropriate directions and grading rubrics, and student quizzes or test papers. If these are not going to be recycled.
- Regularly assess student progress according to set goals.
- Keep an accurate record of student work, scores, and grades and call the attention of each student to his/her performance.
- Submit grades to the Homeroom Teacher on the assigned date. Submit grades along with the answer keys to the Registrar on the assigned date.
- Assist the Homeroom Teacher during flag lineup and other school meetings (ex.: chapels).
- Attends the school training, seminar, activities, and meetings.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Management of learning the teacher should aim to:
- Integrate the school’s Expected School-wide Learning Results (SSLRs) in the class objectives, goals, or concepts and implement them in the student’s learning process.
- Communicate in writing to the parents when students do not meet the goal of the subject.
Position Details and Responsibilities
- Consider what is possible for the students to achieve.
- Teach students how to organize knowledge and present their work appropriately.
- Build on students’ prior knowledge.
- Regularly evaluate teaching strategies in relation to student progress and set goals and identify learning difficulties so that appropriate help can be given.