Elementary Drama Teacher Jobs Vacancy in Company Toa Payoh
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The role of the Elementary Drama Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Drama program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP program. The drama teacher needs to have knowledge ad experience in a variety of drama techniques, approaches and concepts and is comfortable teaching a variety of elementary school ages.. The drama teacher will be expected to be actively involved in school productions, which will require some after school and weekend rehearsals.
The job holder’s responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young person’s for whom s/he is responsible, or with whom s/he comes into contact will be to adhered to and ensure compliance with the relevant Cognita Safeguarding; Child Protection Policy and Procedures at all times. If in the course of carrying out the duties of the role, the job holder identifies any instance that a child is suffering or likely to suffer significant harm either at school or at home, s/he must report any concerns to the School’s Designated Safeguarding Lead or to the Head or indeed to the Cognita Regional Safeguarding Manager so that a referral can be made accordingly to the relevant third party services.
- To teach lower elementary or upper elementary drama classes as required
- To possibly teach contained EAL class (within the drama subject area)
- To possibly work with students who are on a learning accommodation plan and/or require an additional support teacher in class
- To work with EAL mainstream students
- To demonstrate through collaboration, planning, and teaching, the IB and PYP framework of concepts within contexts, and inquiry-based learning that is balanced with specific skills of ‘how to learn’, leading learning towards the IB vision and the aims of individual subject areas
- To use and refer to the Massachusetts arts standards in the curriculum and in teaching and learning
- To work and collaborate with grade teachers to enrich curriculum and student learning
- To differentiate and target learning to students’ needs and aptitude levels
- To be culturally and linguistically responsive and proactive
- To develop trusting and effective relationships with the all the students in the classes and their parents
- To establish supportive, collaborative, and positive working relationships with all other members of staff
- To become a positive presence across the whole school and a representative of it within its wider community
- To develop and execute the preparation, planning and delivery of child-centered learning activities
- To build pedagogical practices around understanding the EAL learner, the importance of differentiation, and the essential aspects of peer observation and feedback
- To establish effective home/school communication
- To participate fully in appropriate training in the various programs and initiatives at Stamford
- To demonstrate a willingness to analyze data such as MAP scores that inform teaching and learning
- To develop a practice that accommodates a range of ability levels and learning styles
- To work in a collegial and professional manner with peers that demonstrates respect, being prepared and on time, and adhering to the school wide meeting norms and team essential agreements
Extended professional role:
- To understand and implement the expectations and policies established by Cognita and Stamford.
- To participate in professional duties as necessary outside of the scope of the school day (E.G. Field Studies trips, professional development on weekends as needed, and after school meetings as required)
- To supervise duties at break/lunch and/or other unstructured times
- To lead/coach an after school CCA (co-curricular activity) from 3:45-4:30pm once a week
- To abide by the child safeguarding expectations of the school
- To assist in internal sub coverage according to department needs
- To provide any other reasonable duties delegated by the School Management Team
- At least 2 years of experience in working with children as a drama teacher with relevant qualifications
- PYP/IB experience preferred
- Curriculum development knowledge is required
- Experience of directing and organizing school theatre performances
- Possess highly developed interpersonal and teamwork skill
- Excellent verbal and written English skills
- Good references on request
- Proficiency in using school databases, communications platforms, and educational technology
- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Education or equivalent is required
- Professional current teacher licensure or certification is preferred
- Master’s degree in relevant field preferred
Stamford American International School invites applications from interested and fully-qualified individuals for the following open role(s). To be considered for the open role, the duly completed Job Application form (obtainable via the school website @ http://www.sais.edu.sg/contact-us/careers.html), a copy of your resume and all relevant educational certificates and transcripts/marksheets must be submitted to email@example.com.