- Minimally, a
B.A. and teaching experience in ESL.
with TESL certificates or equivalent teaching experience will have
- A standard
one-page resume with three references listed.
The Program Teacher has four major responsibilities:
- Serving as teacher
for all class and field activities.
with the group coordinator, NISE administrative staff and program
NISE philosophy, specifically goals and objectives, including host
NISE curriculum guide, itinerary and calendar.
- Serve as the
primary English teacher for all class and field activities (including
the camping trip for the Japanese programs), normally five days a week
from 8:30 to 3:30, with Friday ending at 12:30; one day each week is
an all-day excursion.
- Take the
lead in planning English language instruction using the NISE
curriculum and in cooperation with the Group Coordinator.
in all class and itinerary functions of the program (activities),
including host family orientation, welcoming and farewell parties,
camping trip (if applicable), airport arrival and departure.
- Assist Group
Coordinator in conducting Host Family Orientation.
with the Group Coordinator in the day-to-day activities as outlined in
the Itinerary and Curriculum Guide and materials for this
in two staff training sessions.
- Evaluate the