Teacher for 15-17 year olds
Oxford Summer Courses was founded by a network of Oxford alumni, who were determined to share the magic of the university and the city with the wider world. Since 2010, we have expanded around the world, and are one of the fastest growing education companies in the UK and Europe. Our pedagogical approach is centered around interactive and creative teaching strategies, growth mindsets, small group and tutorial teaching, integration of cutting-edge research, and—above all—tutor autonomy.
About the role
Our London programme offers project-based learning courses to international students aged 15 to 17. We give students the opportunity to engage practically, critically and creatively with real-world problems, with the aim of equipping them with skills and tools essential to success in the future. Whilst the students will be grouped by their chosen subject, we have designed the programme in a way that reflects the interdependent character of London, and all groups will work around one of two overarching themes; Notting Hill Carnival or Transport for London.
As a Subject Teacher, you will prepare and deliver one (or more!) of our two-week courses in your specialist area. You’ll develop a syllabus outline including taught elements, visits to relevant London locations, and the overall project your students will be working towards. At the end of the course, students will present their final project to a panel of industry experts and receive feedback.
- Design your own syllabus around your interests and expertise
- Attend training and induction sessions
- Prepare class materials and resources
- Deliver lessons in accordance with confirmed course outlines and Oxford Summer Courses teaching guidelines
- Ensure good standards of student behaviour during classes
- Take register of attendance and report any absences or changes directly to Head office
- Complete a feedback form on the course(s) and reports for your students
We are looking for tutors in the following subjects:
– Artificial Intelligence
– Business & Finance
– Commercial Law
– Creative Industries
– Film & TV
– Medical Science
– Social Entrepreneurship
Courses last for two weeks each, and will run consecutively from 23rd June to 3rd August. You can apply to work for one or multiple courses.
Rates of pay are aligned with your qualifications and teaching experience.
Accommodation and travel expenses are not included.
- A passionate, qualified teacher or graduate student/academic staff with teaching experience of this age group
- Dedicated to delivering creative and engaging project-based learning
- Aware of the needs and requirements of teaching young learners
- Experience working with speakers of other languages
- Educated to Bachelors degree level or above in your chosen subject/s
Please apply via our website. If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.