1. Planning, Teaching, Assessment, and Reporting
1.1 Develop and implement lesson plans at a professional level.
1.2 Plan and use a variety of teaching strategies to support the engagement of all learners in the class
1.3 Be aware of the ESL learning needs and provides learning opportunities for diverse learners
1.4 Respect the values, gender, and cultural differences of students and creates a classroom culture that develops student intellectual capacity, emotional and personal development
1.5 Develop teacher grade books, including assignment,s and correct students’ homework in an organized, professional manner and make sure accurate records of each student are kept
1.6 Develop school mid/end-term exams following school curriculum and policies
1.7 Conduct tests or exams, marking and reporting in a timely and professional manner
1.8 Assess and address attention to students’ individualized needs; keep regular updates, eg. Progress records/progress reports for students during the term; complete report cards when necessary.
1.9 Develop special activities or programs to meet individualized/differentiated student needs.
1.10 Organize and prepare learning materials or teaching aids at a professional level
2.1 Supervise students when they are involved in school activities within and outside the school premises
2.2 Perform invigilation duties at a professional level
2.3 Perform classroom, hallway, or playground supervision duties in a timely and professional manner
2.4 Participate in school committees and activities
2.5 Participate in school extracurricular activities and out-reach programs
2.6 Manage, coordinate, and develop class programs based on the school curriculum.
2.7 Attend and be involved in school character development programs and assemblies
2.8 Participate in school professional development programs
2.9 Develop and prepare teaching/learning resources
2.10 Compile, supplement and assist in ordering resources when necessary.
2.11 Be familiar with the school curriculum and educational philosophy
2.12 Keep abreast of current Educational theories and practice
2.13 File up-to-date copies of required lesson plans, attendance and grade records with the administration on a regular basis
2.14 Ensure the equipment used is maintained in safe working order and report to administration when necessary
2.15 Other duties as assigned.
3. Homeroom teacher responsibilities
3.1 General duties
3.1.1 Get to know each student in the homeroom.
3.1.2 Be available, approachable and caring about students’ whole-person development
3.1.3 Implement the Character Development program of the school and develop students’ good character qualities
3.1.4 Monitor behavior, ad,vise and encourage observance of school policies and regulations
3.1.5 Develop a sense of community in the Homeroom
3.1.6 Be knowledgeable of in-curricular and extracurricular programs of the school and give students advice accordingly
3.1.7 Assist School Office or other school divisions in handling school newsletters, notices, surveys, parent letters, etc.
3.1.8 Assist Parent Relation Office working with parents to build a positive and supportive school environment
3.1.9 Work with Behavior Committee and/or school administration to deal with students’ emotional or behavioral problems
3.1.10 Work with Dorm parents to encourage boarders’ observance of school dormitory rules and routines and mentor their whole-person development
3.2 Special Duties
184.108.40.206 Keep accurate records of school attendance
220.127.116.11 Take notice of each student’s personal and social skill development and behavioral performance
18.104.22.168 Complete the Homeroom section in the Progress Report Card in a timely and professional manner regarding students’ attendance, behavior, social skills, school activities, etc.
22.214.171.124 Work with Office or administration to make sure the accuracy and filing of all records into the required program(s)
126.96.36.199 Report to the Coordinator or school administration any student absent for more than two days
188.8.131.52 Report to the Coordinator or school administration any student with a pattern of late arrival, emotional or behavioral problems
184.108.40.206 Bring to notice Bulletin matters during each homeroom period
220.127.116.11 Deliver notices, memos, letters, timetables etc from school to student
18.104.22.168 Advise students on organization of work/time management, study methods/strategies and whole-person development
22.214.171.124 Mentor students on social skill development, team spirit, and how to deal with conflicts
126.96.36.199 Provide feedback to the administration with related to students
188.8.131.52 Dialogue with parents, counselors, or other teachers when there is a concern
184.108.40.206 Communicate with School Office with regard to students’ leaves or absences
220.127.116.11 Work with other teachers and communicate to parents students’ academic and behavioral performance on a weekly basis through Yew Wah Home School Contact
3.2.4 Develop community
18.104.22.168 Plan team-building activities, assist in division or school events
22.214.171.124 Cooperate with School Office, Student Council, or other school divisions on events, elections, and plans
126.96.36.199 Celebrate successes, birthdays, and friendships in the classroom
3.2.5 Support and care
188.8.131.52 Set a tone of respect, kindness and openness with the students
184.108.40.206 Be available, with set times for sharing one-on-one
220.127.116.11 Dialogue with the homeroom group on matters that interest them or they have concerns
18.104.22.168 Check attendance and encourage respect at class meetings or assemblies
22.214.171.124 Monitor language, dress, and behavior code and observance of school or class rules
3.2.7 Character development
126.96.36.199 Plan and facilitate lessons related to the Character Development program
188.8.131.52 Enforce the character trait of the month as stated in the school calendar
184.108.40.206 Work with other teachers to organize character-development activities
220.127.116.11 Encourage and mentor whole-person development
18.104.22.168 Participate in Homeroom teacher meetings biweekly or monthly and when needed
22.214.171.124 Participate in grade-level or administration meetings discussing students’ progress, and emotional or behavioral problems when needed