FULL STACK teacher


About FocusITcollege
Our school is working to provide IT potencial to Ukrainian to have a promising future.
we starting with English till they get to lvl B1 and only than we start the IT cours.

Responsibilities for IT teachers:
Successful IT teachers keep up with the latest IT trends and have a passion for sharing their knowledge with their students. IT teachers teach students about the principles of technology and how to use basic information technology tools in their work and lives.

  • Search candidates using a variety of search methods to build a robust candidate pipeline:
    IT teachers are required to plan their lessons according to both state and national curriculum, incorporating technological elements into each lesson. Plan Lessons According to Curriculum Standards

  • Stay Abreast of Latest IT Trends:
    The world of IT changes at a rapid pace. IT teachers have to pay attention to trends in their industry. This involves continuing education and professional development courses, as well as self-learning.

  • Perform Regular Hardware and Software Updates on Classroom IT Devices:
    IT teachers have to be experts on all the hardware and software used in their classroom. This includes hardware such as computers, printers, scanners, projectors, and digital whiteboards. Common software includes Microsoft Office Suite, Photoshop, and Illustrator. They must be familiar with both Windows and Apple operating systems.

  • Monitor Student Progress Through Administrating Assignments, Quizzes, and Tests:
    Like all teachers, IT teachers have to create assignments, quizzes, and tests that measure the competency level of their students. Good teachers routinely analyze the results of each assignment to see which students need more work on a given concept.

  • Keep Track of Student Grades:
    keep track of student grades in a grade book software. Gradebook software makes analyzing student performance much easier.

IT Teacher Skills
IT teachers need more hard skills and technical knowledge than the average teacher, having to be experts in the most common hardware and software. IT teachers should be experts in using a smart board. The better they can use a smart board, the more they can incorporate multimedia into their lesson plans. IT teachers need to be able to think on their feet and to solve basic IT problems under pressure. Since their lessons rely so heavily on technology, they can’t teach if there is a hardware or network malfunction. In addition to these areas of knowledge and traits, the following skills are required to find employment as an IT teacher:

  • Planning student lessons based on IT knowledge and understanding of curriculum guidelines

  • Building rapport with students using interpersonal communication skills

  • Analyzing student progress based on results of assignments, quizzes, and tests

  • Delivering lessons to students using smart board expertise and public speaking skills

  • Using patience and conflict resolution skills to maintain classroom harmony

  • Performing updates to hardware, software, networks, and operating systems

  • .NET Core/.NET Framework, C#, REACT/ANGULAR; HTML, CSS; JQuery,WCF, REST API

  • B2 – upper intermediate English level