Middle School - Design Technology Teacher
Middle School Teacher
JOB DESCRIPTION – Design Technology Teacher
International Community School is located in the modern, efficient, island nation of Singapore. English is one of Singapore’s four official languages, so those moving to Singapore usually have no difficulty in settling into and getting around in the city.
ICS - Singapore has a Kindergarten - Grade Twelve program that follows an American-based curriculum with some modifications to reflect its Southeast Asian environment. ICS-Singapore is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) as well as the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), and our graduates have been accepted by an array of American and international universities.
ICS - Singapore strives to challenge its students to explore God's world around them through creative hands-on projects as well as teacher-student dialogue and interaction, while at the same time establishing a high standard of achievement. ICS encourages its students to use their unique gifts to stimulate them to think beyond the memorization of facts and apply the knowledge they have gained. Our teachers are the most important part of our curriculum, and they treat each student with love and respect while at the same time exercising firm discipline when necessary. Integration of Christian character and Biblical teachings into our curriculum is a major focus of ICS.
Create a positive learning environment reflective of the love of Christ, supportive of every student, and professional in every aspect. Thus effecting student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve specific secondary education curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.
Teach Middle School Design Technology Classes
- Introducing basic computer, mobile, keyboard and Internet skills
- Teaching students how to use design applications, computer-aided drafting (CAD) or manufacturing to develop technological solutions to problems
- Assigning projects so that students learn to deal with real-world constraints, such as time and materials
- Allowing students to unravel technological problems using a hands-on, trial-and-error approach
- Encouraging creative thinking with challenging classroom projects
- Helping students connect math, science and technological principles to everyday life
The candidate must possess:
- Current government or ACSI issued teacher certification is required
- Minimum of an undergraduate degree in Computer Education
- Flexibility of schedule