Cherrybrook Technology High School is updating its list of casual teachers and is seeking teachers who are available for casual work. Interested teachers are invited to send a copy of their CV, relevant certificates, Department of Education employee details and WWCC number to Masami Arkins, Head Teacher, Languages (International and Multicultural Programs). Please indicate in your email the language you are qualified to teach – Japanese, Chinese or French – year level that you are able to teach, days available, contact email, phone number and casual teacher number.
The consultation for Chinese/Japanese/Korean in Context draft syllabuses ends 8 September (this Sunday).
NESA is seeking feedback on the Performance Band Descriptors on the following matters:
NESA appreciates your feedback so have your say and complete the survey online or submit a written response to:
- Belinda Munro-Laylim for Japanese and Korean in Context
- Gianna Pagni for Chinese in Context.
We have been advised of a font issue with the Stage 6 Japanese Extension support materials published on Monday. We are currently rectifying this issue, so the materials are unavailable for the moment.
If you have already downloaded and/or printed the document, please delete/destroy this version.
The updated version will be available later this week.
The Stage 6 Chinese, Japanese and Korean in Context draft syllabuses are now available.
NESA has provided 3 ways for you to submit your feedback:
- complete a survey
- make a submission
- attend a consultation meeting.
Click here to view the draft syllabuses and for more information on how to submit your feedback.
Kincumber High School is seeking a full-time Japanese teacher for 2019 to teach Years 7 and 8. Expressions of interest are invited from teachers who are interested in being considered for the role.
For further information contact the principal Janine Debenham on 02 4369 1555.
Please note that the expressions of interest for two advertised language teacher roles at Gosford High School in 2019 close tomorrow, 5pm Friday 7 December as originally advertised. The date given in yesterday’s TeachNSW Jobfeed is incorrect.
Temporary positions available – Gosford High School
Gosford High School is seeking expressions of interest from teachers for two positions for Term 1 2019, commencing on 29 January 2019, with the possibility of an extension. The positions available are as follows:
- 1 language teacher who is qualified to teach French and Japanese for Years 8-12
The selection criteria for the position is as follows:
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively as an effective team member.
- Capacity to deliver effective, engaging and differentiated teaching programs that cater to the needs of gifted and talented students in Stages 4-6.
- Demonstrated capacity to engage students in learning through effective teaching, learning and assessment practices.
Should you wish to apply for the positions, please complete the EOI attached, addressing the selection criteria. Please note that one of the referees listed must be the applicant's current principal. The expression of interest should not exceed 2 A4 pages and requires the signature of the applicant's current principal or supervisor, if the applicant is currently non-school-based staff.
Please submit your EOI to Adrienne Scalese, Relieving Principal, by no later than 5pm on 7 December 2018.
The NSW Department of Education has developed support materials for the following Stage 6 courses:
Chinese and Literature
Indonesian and Literature
Japanese and Literature
Korean and Literature.
The materials were developed by practising teachers in NSW public schools, and can be accessed from the education.nsw.gov.au website or via the links above.
Sample scope and sequences and sample units for the new Chinese K-10 Syllabus and Japanese K-10 Syllabus are now available.
These support materials have been developed for Early Stage 1 to Stage 5, to assist teachers to plan for implementation of the new Chinese and Japanese K-10 Syllabuses from 2019.
The sample units demonstrate a variety of approaches for teaching the new syllabuses and focus on a range of content.
The learning activities and resources included in the sample units may be used or adapted as appropriate. The sample units can be downloaded from the Chinese K-10 Syllabus and Japanese K-10 Syllabus pages of the NESA website.
For more information, contact:
(02) 9367 8152
Aurora College is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from suitable candidates to teach Stage 6 Japanese Beginners and/or Korean Beginners courses. The positions are available from 29 January 2018 until 20 December 2019, with the possibility of extension (with the agreement of the home school principal).
Aurora College is the state's virtual secondary school and supports students in rural and remote NSW to access courses not available in their local secondary school. Aurora College offers a mix of online and residential school classes. Students connect with their teachers and classmates in timetabled lessons through a virtual learning environment, which comprises web conferencing software, a learning management system, and a range of cutting-edge online communication and collaboration tools. Aurora teachers also remain in their 'home school'.
Each successful applicant will be required to teach face-to-face classes in a five-day residential school program, held twice each year, as well as teaching timetabled lessons through the virtual learning environment.
Only permanent NSW teachers working with NSW Department of Education (including teachers working in Educational Services teams and state office directorates) are eligible to apply. Temporary and casual teachers, and contractors working for the Department are not eligible to apply.
Below you will find information about the college, information for applicants and the EOI application form.
If you would like more information about this opportunity, please contact Chris Robertson (Principal) on 1300 287 629.
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