EE runs a post-matric programme for 20 of its members, known as the Community Leadership Programme. The programme combines academic tutoring with political leadership and training. The aim of the programme is to build a cohesive group of young activists committed to the ideals and work of Equal Education, and to their place in it, and equipped with the academic capability needed to progress individually and collectively. At the end of the academic year, participants re-write a number of their subjects.
We are urgently seeking motivated and dedicated individuals to teach Mathematics (Maths and Maths Lit) and English (Home Language and First Additional). The positions are part-time and remunerated. Classes run in the mornings from 8h30 to 13h00. The academic component of the programme is based at 6 Spin Street, Cape Town.
In addition to the minimum contact time required for each subject (plus-minus 4-5 hours a week), teachers are expected to submit teaching plans (in line with curriculum and WCED requirements), and set and grade tests, exams and assignments. Given that participants submit new School Based Assessment (SBA) marks, teachers will also need to ensure that portfolios and mark sheets are compiled for the purposes of external moderation. Applicants should preferably have 2-3 years teaching experience. Retired teachers are encouraged to apply.
Please send cover letter, CV and contactable references to Gina Fourie (firstname.lastname@example.org).