The teacher has the responsibility to lead students toward the fulfillment of his/her potential for intellectual, emotional, psychological, and social growth. Teachers are responsible for stimulating maximum learning on the part of the students assigned to them by providing a good environment and by guiding sound curriculum experiences and activities in the classroom, the school, and the community. The teacher reports to the building principal or other designated person.
Professional Work Responsibilities:
ØPreparing daily and long-term lesson plans according to curriculum guidelines.
ØDeveloping children’s interests, abilities and coordination using a variety of creative activities including art, sport and music.
ØMaintaining productive working habits and discipline in the classroom.
ØSupervising students throughout the day, both in the classroom and outside during breaks.
ØAttending staff meetings and training and development sessions.
ØAssessing and evaluating students’ educational progress and abilities.
ØProviding or contributing to oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to individual students or groups of students.
ØDiscussing students’ progress with parents and guardians, administrators and other professionals as necessary.
ØOrganizing, attending and supervising school activities such as excursions, school concerts, camps and sporting events.
ØMaintain and update attendance records as well as school discipline.
ØTest and analyze students for customized progress in oral and written work.
ØOrganize classroom as well as learning resources to develop positive learning atmosphere.
ØMotivate students with enthusiasm and imaginative presentation.
ØPrepare and facilitate positive student development.
ØUse creative activities such as art, music and sport to engage students and develop their creativity and coordination.