The TASIS Summer Program is seeking an experienced IB teacher or IB coordinator to teach the IB preparation course. The course description is below. Interested candidates should submit an application and CV to Jim Haley (email@example.com). The application can be downloaded from the summer employment page of the TASIS website (summer.tasis.com).
- Arrive June 22 and depart August 16 or 17.
- Create a curriculum consistent with the course description and teach 5-12 students, Monday-Friday from 9:30-2:40.
- Serve as a weekend trip chaperone.
- Assist with dorm supervision.
- Assist with afternoon sports/activities twice a week
- Experience as an IB coordinator, college counselor, or TOK teacher.
- Knowledge of the IB program.
- Commensurate with experience
- Travel expenses
- Room and board
International Baccalaureate (IB) Preparation Course
This course offers an overview of the IB Program and introduces students to the curriculum requirements and assessment style. It focuses on the Program’s core components: Theory of Knowledge (TOK), the Extended Essay (EE), and Creativity, Action, Service (CAS). Through a combination of classroom sessions, individual practice, and study periods, students develop academic skills to prepare them for individual research, presentation, and academic writing. Students learn and practice in-depth research skills, including how to identify and evaluate various sources. They develop critical thinking skills as they write a short research essay. Practice in presentation and collaboration are also important components of this course. Students learn goal-setting, reflection, time management, and study skills. This course is intended for students who are planning to start the IB Diploma in September 2020 or 2021. The IB Diploma Program is rigorous and requires a strong proficiency in English. Therefore, non-native English speakers will be assessed upon arrival and must place into our highest levels of EAL in order to continue with the course.