Teaching Jobs in Toronto For Female

Urgent Music (Band) Teacher, Senior Middle School Job Female
Job Details

Organization Name : Branksome Hall
Post Name : Music Teacher
Employment Type : Full Time
Qualification : 12th Pass, Any Graduate
Industry : Private
Work Hours : 8 Hours
Job Experience : Fresher
Salary : CAD 15 To CAD 20 Per Hour
Location : Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 1N4

About Organization
This is something I’ve told new students and families countless times over my more than two decades serving as Branksome’s Principal. Since our founding, thousands of great women have walked our halls as Branksome students. They have been routinely welcomed into the finest colleges and universities around the world.

With many receiving scholarships. Branksome alumnae have gone on to make a difference in just about any and every imaginable field and endeavour. I can’t help but be awed by the impact they have had, and continue to have, on the world around us.

But I shouldn’t be surprised. Our alumnae’s inspiring achievements are, in many ways, a direct reflection of their Branksome experience. Everything we do is guided by our powerful mission: each day, we challenge and inspire girls to love learning and to shape a better world.
Branksome is a unique school. As Toronto’s only all girls, all years IB World School, we offer our students an academically excellent program in tandem with unmatched commitments to global engagement and well-being.

At Branksome, girls are taught the skills they need to thrive in our changing world. They learn how to find their own strong voices and develop as lifelong learners. As you read through this website, you’ll discover more about the Branksome difference and what sets us apart.
Job Description
Teach choir, band, orchestra, or a combination of all. Work with students on plays, concerts, and other events that include music. Assign practice and other music-related homework and test students on their knowledge. Keep grades, meet with parents, and share progress reports.

Music teachers are responsible for teaching people instrumental techniques, scales, sight reading, and music theory. The majority of music teachers help students prepare for music examinations, auditions, and live performances.

Music teachers can work in schools, community centers, music shops, people’s homes and public institutions, such as hospitals and prisons. They may even work on a freelance basis which can offer more freedom.

A bachelor’s degree in Music Education along with high musical competence and proficiency of a musical instrument is required for music teacher positions. Successful music teachers are passionate and possess excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
Responsibilities for Music Teacher

Plan and prepare lessons in relation to individual students’ needs and examination syllabuses.
Teach music theory, aural skills and practical techniques to pupils entering and preparing pupils for examinations.
Acquire appropriate teaching materials and resources.
Motivate pupils and encourage progress.
Create and maintain a network of contacts to ensure work continuity.
Communicate with academic staff and parents.
Ensure up-to-date knowledge and awareness of examination requirements.
Assess pupils’ abilities, providing feedback and writing reports.

Skills for Music Teacher

Musical knowledge. Music teachers have excellent knowledge of the genre of music they teach.
Organisational skills.
Leadership skills.
Communication skills.
Decision-making skills.

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