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Japanese Classroom Teacher - Melton Secondary CollegeVictoria State Government Education and Training
Job Description Job ID: 1238345 Location: Melton Secondary College Department: Melton Secondary College Role Type: Secondary Teacher Full/Part Time: Full-Time Ongoing/Fixed Term: Ongoing Classification: Classroom Teacher Apply By: 10/03/2021 Other Information Begin Date: 01/28/2022 End Date: Hours: 38.00 Contact Name: Emily Pearson Phone: 03 9743 3322 School Website: www.meltonsc.
vic.edu.au Location Profile Melton Secondary College is a large co-educational government secondary school for students from Years 7 to 12 with a population of approximately 1300 students and 170 staff.
Our vision is for a flourishing learning community achieving high levels of academic growth and bright futures for every student. This vision statement captures the ambition our community shares for educational excellence. It guides our commitment to student achievement, engagement and wellbeing and the impact of our work is evident through steadily improving student outcomes.
These results have been achieved through the development of a guaranteed and viable curriculum, rigorous and purposeful pedagogy, the inclusion of genuine student voice, leadership and agency, and a positive learning environment based on our STARR Values of Success, Teamwork, Ambition, Respect and Responsibility. We celebrate the richness of our multi-cultural community and were the 2019 recipient of the Victorian Multicultural Excellence School Award. The college articulates a strong sense of purpose and a commitment to building cycles of success and confidence for every student.
Teachers work collaboratively in Professional Learning Teams, using assessment data to inform planning and the High Impact Teaching Strategies to maximise student learning growth. Professional learning is ongoing, embedded in the core work of practice and remains focused on improving student outcomes. The college has a strong culture of peer-to-peer coaching in the pursuit of continuous improvement, participates regularly in collaborative projects and improvement initiatives with the local community, network schools, tertiary institutions and DET Victoria.
Differentiated learning approaches are available for individual students in every class and through the High Ability Program, Getting Ready in Numeracy (GRIN), Literacy Interventions programs and Flexible Learning Option satellite campus. There is a school wide focus on the development of literacy, numeracy and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) skills. An iPad program has been established in partnership with Apple Education and is being successfully implemented across the curriculum.
A large team of Education Support staff work closely with teachers in a range of settings and functions to support student learning. This includes wrap-around student support teams, such as our Wellbeing, Community Liaison, Learning Support, Interventions and Careers teams. Selection Criteria SC1 Demonstrated knowledge of the relevant curriculum, including the ability t....