Understanding curriculum requirements, creating syllabi, lesson plans, educational content that satisfy these requirements.
Analyzing the needs, strengths, weaknesses of students and structuring lessons and assessments around them.
Adjusting teaching methods to suit different groups of learners.
Creating engaging, stimulating lesson plans and asking frequent questions to make sure students are on track.
Providing extra support to students that require it, and more challenging tasks to those who are ahead of the class.
Keeping abreast of developments and research in the field, and using this to ensure lessons are relevant.
Reporting any progress issues to the head of the department, as well as the parents.
Attending meetings, training sessions, workshops, conferences, and other continuing education initiatives.
Supervising lab sessions, delivering practical demonstrations, and accompanying students on field trips.
Keeping the line of communication open between students, staff, and parents.
Physics Teacher Requirements:
Degree in Physical Science or a related discipline.
Relevant teaching certification may be required.
A completed teaching apprenticeship would be advantageous.
Tutoring experience would be advantageous.
Familiarity with different types of teaching styles.
Patience, innovation, and knowledge of classroom management and student discipline.
Strong multitasking abilities.