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Maths Primary Trainer

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• Provide classroom-based and remote teacher support to improve teachers’ subject content knowledge and teaching skills.
• Provide effective group development and support to teachers by way of school- and cluster meetings to develop teachers and facilitate collaboration amongst teachers.
• Facilitate the use of Maths’s teacher development resources to improve the quality of teaching delivered.
• Track, monitor and report on delivery and teacher progress and implement remedial actions as required.
• Work collaboratively with Subject Advisors to align teacher development activities.
• Develop and Maintain working relationship with all stakeholders (to enable co-operation, collaboration & efficient flow of Communication).

Job Requirements: 

• B.Ed Degree in Mathematics, PGCE or equivalent qualification.
• Five + years’ experience teaching Mathematics in grade 4 – 7 and proven track record.
• Up-to-date CAPS curriculum knowledge.
• Be able to build relationships and communicate effectively.
• Be competent in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point required for submitting reports.
• Be available on weekdays, during school hours and afternoons, as well as certain Saturdays and Holidays.
• Be available to attend Maths Centre induction in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
• Be flexible to travel and stay over, as may be required.
• Be open to the use of innovation in teaching and the development of teachers.
• SACE registration
• Hold a valid driver’s licence; own a functional car with comprehensive insurance.

Job Type: 

Contract

Company Name: 

Maths Centre

Company Location: 

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