IGCSE Business Studies Teacher
- Encourage high standards in all aspects of school life, particularly in student progress
- Contribute to the effective and efficient running of the school
- Promote a school culture which is positive, purposeful and professional
- Support and motivate students, teachers and other school employees
- Encourage consultation, review and improvement
Teaching and Learning Responsibilities
- Planning: Plan and prepare well-structured, clearly presented lessons appropriate to the abilities of all students and the syllabus being taught.
2. Setting and supervising work by pupils: Teach a class or classes, sets, groups or individual pupils, and set tasks to be undertaken, both at school and elsewhere.
3. Marking and recording: Mark and assess pupils' work and to record their development, progress and attainment.
4. Discipline and relationships: Take responsibility for maintaining good order, discipline and respect for others, among the pupils, both inside and outside the classroom.
5. The Classroom: Maintain an attractive, safe and stimulating classroom environment and contribute to displays in the school as a whole.
6. Reports: Provide or contribute to oral and written assessments, reports and references relating to the development and learning of individual pupils and groups of pupils.
7. Review: Evaluate and review one's own teaching methods, materials and schemes of work, and make changes as appropriate;
8. Professional development: Be updated with current educational thinking and practices; improve one's pedagogy and understanding of adolescent behavior and development, both by study and by attendance at courses, workshops and meetings; and participate in appraisals
9. Public relations: Establish and maintain co-operative relationships with other staff members, exhibit appropriate professional conduct, dress, and communicate positive aspects of the school to the public.
10. School life: To engage in various activities at the school, such as:
- Serve as a class teacher or tutor with responsibility, for the day-to-day pastoral care of students.
- Participate in off-site student field trips; • Attend meetings such as staff and departmental meetings;
- Carry out supervisory duties at break times and / or at the beginning or end of the school day;