Jobs

Chinese teacher
Date: 05/14/14
Description: My name is Joe Hesman and I am the principal of Lincoln College Preparatory Academy in Kansas City, MO. We are currently looking for a teacher of Chinese that will start around August 1st of 2014. This is a full-time teaching position and would be teaching students in grades 6 through 12. I can be reached at this email address as well as by phone at 816-418-3005 for us to talk about options if possible. Joe Hesman Principal jhesman@kcpublicschools.org
Contact: Phone: 816-418-3005 jhesman@kcpublicschools.org
Full-time Mandarin Program
Date: 04/28/14
Description: University High School, located close to UCLA, has received funding to launch a full-time Mandarin Program this fall and has been approved as a Confucius Classroom. The principal is super and supportive of world language, culture and arts. University High School is a LAUSD school (Los Angeles Unified School District) which has a special relationship with UCLA through its Graduate School of Education’ and Information Sciences’s TIE-INS program. Please contact Susan Pertel Jain <spjain@international.ucla.edu> if you are interested in applying for this full-time Mandarin teacher position.
Contact: spjain@international.ucla.edu
Mandarin Chinese teacher
Date: 04/28/14
Description: Lake Forest Country Day School is seeking a Grade 4-8 Mandarin Chinese teacher for the 2014-15 school year. LFCDS is seeking an innovative teacher with experience teaching American children and native or near-native Mandarin language ability. The successful candidate will build on LFCDS’ successful, seven-year-old Chinese program built on Comprehensible Input-based teaching. LFCDS seeks a teacher with an interactive, collaborative teaching style who maximizes use of Chinese in classes at all levels while maintaining student comprehension and engagement. Cultural understanding will be interspersed throughout the curriculum. Communicative proficiency will be the main goal, with most students ready to enter Chinese 2 or above in high school. Other duties include student supervision, advisory, and collaborating with colleagues. A 5-day Chinese immersion field trip to San Francisco, led by the teacher, is a capstone of the Grade 8 Chinese program. Interested teachers should send a resume and cover letter to Andy Sperling, Head of the Upper School, at andy.sperling@lfcds.org
Contact: andy.sperling@lfcds.org
Mandarin Instructor
Date: 04/24/14
Description: Lakeside School has a new position for a .5 FTE Upper School Mandarin Instructor. More Info: http://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH04/ats/careers/jobSearch.jsp?org=LAKESIDESCHOOL&cws=1
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Mandarin Chinese teacher
Date: 04/21/14
Description: Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Magnet High School in Nashville, TN seeks a full-time 7th – 12th grade Mandarin Chinese teacher to begin in the 2014-15 academic year. This position includes: teaching Mandarin in grades 7 - 12, contributing the extracurricular life of the school, and being an effective ambassador for MLK’s Mandarin program. Some teaching experience as well as fluency in Mandarin and English are required. Experience is preferred. Contact the principal of Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Magnet High School at Angela.Carr@mnp.org.
Contact: Angela.Carr@mnp.org
Chinese Teacher
Date: 03/04/14
Description: Chinese American International School seeks a Lower School Chinese Teacher (full-time, exempt position) www.cais.org The School The Chinese American International School (CAIS) is an independent, PreK-8th grade school in San Francisco, CA. CAIS was founded in 1981 with an enrollment of just ten students; CAIS now enrolls nearly 500 students from PreK through 8th grade. CAIS’s commitment to dual language and dual culture education, international mindedness and diversity of every sort has remained at the core of our vision and educational program. We are proud of our leading role in preparing culturally sensitive, globally literate young people with a high level of proficiency in Chinese for the world that awaits them. Please see the Learn More section for our full school profile. The Position The Lower School Chinese Teacher is responsible for teaching duties, by demonstrating teaching competence, an affirming attitude toward the school, a willingness to accept positive criticism, and a professional demeanor and integrity. This position supports the educational program by challenging, supporting and engaging students and meeting academic expectations of the school, discipline, and grade. As a Chinese teacher, all communications with students are to be conducted in Mandarin only.
Contact: lower_school_jobs@cais.org http://www.cais.org/

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