The Soong Ching Ling School in Qingpu District, Shanghai is seeking two, full-time English language teachers for the SCLS Domestic Division High School Program. Responsibilities include independently teaching pre-AP and AP English courses. Positions start mid-August 2020.
In 2018, SCLS, in partnership with the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Global Classroom Program, opened the SCLS Domestic Division High School. The program curriculum includes the Chinese National Curriculum, AP courses and UCLA Extension credit-bearing courses taught by UCLA instructors.
Experienced SCLS and UCLA Global Classroom staff will support the teachers’ in the delivery of the course material. And, the weekly work-load will include up to 18 class hours plus office hours and participation in school activities.
Required Qualifications: • Native English speaker. • Bachelor’s degree. • Advanced degree in English and/or English Teaching Certificate (e.g. TEFL/TESOL).
About Shanghai Soong Ching Ling School
Named after Madame Soong Ching Ling, the former Honorary Chairwoman of China, Soong Ching Ling School
(SCLS) was established in 2008 and houses both a K-12 Domestic and K-12 International Division. SCLS currently enrolls over 900 students, from 22 countries and regions, and has over 150 faculty and staff, about a third of whom are foreign teachers.
The China Welfare Institute, founded in 1938 by Madame Soong Ching Ling, is the parent organization of SCLS and dedicated to carrying out Madame Soong Ching Ling’s educational philosophy of advancing knowledge and
promoting learning across cultures.
The UCLA Global Classroom Program is an initiative of the UCLA International Institute and is designed to provide high quality education to foreign high school students who are interested in applying to and attending American universities.
UCLA collaborates with international programs at foreign high schools to offer credit-bearing UCLA Extension (UNEX) courses as a part of their curriculum. Courses are held on the campus of partner institutions and are taught in-person by instructors approved by UCLA departments.