Shanghai High School International Division

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  • Rewarding, great benefits, and good work/life balance... if you are adaptable

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    I worked at Shanghai High School International Division full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    -Great benefits & time off -Many great coworkers -Free lunch -End of year bonus & automatic raises -Honors classes have many smart kids who really want to learn -Most facilities are great -Beautiful main campus -Excellent overall experience

    Cons

    -Minimal training -Often limited resources -It takes a lot for the school to fire bad apple coworkers -Some students do not put in effort & it is often difficult to fail those that deserve it -Existing curriculum quality varies, although this was being overhauled when I departed

    Advice to Management

    -Keep the perks & bonuses - they are a big draw for quality teachers -Don't be afraid to let teachers go who fail at their duties or disrupt the teacher community -Spend more on teaching resources & library books -Adopt the Dewey Decimal System to better sort library books and make books easily searchable


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    First, I went through a teaching placement program which then gave me the chance of teaching at two schools in Shanghai and I requested SHSID. After that, a Foreign Affairs manager Skype interviewed me and it was short and casual. She mostly did all the talking and asked me maybe two questions about why I wanted to teach in China and what is most important when teaching young kids. Overall, very easy.

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Website www.shsid.org/english/index.asp
Headquarters Shanghai, China
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type School / School District
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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