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Duties & Responsibilities
• Conducting lessons in a group or individual setting
• Conducting informal / formal assessments
• Developing teaching methods and instructional materials that meet young learners’ varying needs
• Monitoring the academic progress of the students
• Writing progress report, sharing information and discussing issues relating to students’ learning progress with parents
• Update parents regarding sessions and progress after each session (text/photos/videos etc)
• Updating case notes post-sessions regularly and independently
• Conducting Parent-Teacher Conference held at the end of each term
• Being involved in the conduct of awareness talks and training courses.
• Being engaged in curriculum and resource design and development, action research and pilot studies

• Degree in Psychology, Education (Special Education) or Early Childhood (Special Needs) would be an advantage
• Other degrees with relevant work experience can reviewed on a case by case... basis
• Able to teach Literacy and Mathematics up to PSLE and/or ‘O’ level curriculum
• Able to teach children from 4 years old and up
• Received specific training in literacy and phonics programs e.g., Orton-Gillingham Approach, Lindamood-Bell program, Dyscalculia, and numeracy teaching would be an advantage
• Experience working with children with developmental and/ or learning difficulties e.g., Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia, ADHD, mild ASD etc.
• Experience teaching young children in a small group (4 kids) or classroom setting in a preschool /early childhood or enrichment center is an advantage
• Good communication and interpersonal skills as well as being a team player