Thursday, June 25, 2009

Secondary School Teacher Jobs for September 2009

Classroom Canada is still recruiting teachers for September 2009 positions. Specifically, we are requesting applications from teachers who can teach secondary age pupils in the following subject areas:
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Science (Chemistry, Biology, Physics)
  • Math
  • Law
Here's an example of an email I just received from one of our secondary schools in London:

"We are still looking for an Economics teacher to teach A level and possibly some Business Studies to GCSE but the main emphasis must be the Economics.

We are looking for someone with a proven record of teaching A level Economics and gaining creditable results for their students and we want to see references that reflect this."
This school is really struggling to find the right teacher, which is fairly typical for the subject matter & the time of year. Some subject areas just don't have enough teachers able to teach to the levels our schools need.

Allow me to translate the email into Canadian-speak for you. They want an Economics teacher that can teach up to grade 12 and 13, with Business Studies to grade 11. Ideally, this teacher will have experience and the proof to show that they have raised the grades for the students in those subjects. If you don't have experience, and have just graduated from teachers college, then your practicum reports & references need to be extremely positive.

For all other subjects & teachers, we are still accepting applications for October & November arrivals, and for January 2010. Primary, Special Needs and Secondary Teachers (all subjects) are invited to send resumes and cover letters to apply at classroomcanada dot com right away.
If you want to teach in the UK, then please do apply right away.

If you'd like to become part of the Classroom Canada team, please sign up for our newsletters & apply through our website. Be sure to read the Guide to Teaching in London: A Survival Guide for Canadians to help you understand everything you need to know about teaching in London.


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