Discussion » Employment Opportunities » Teachers Wanted~ We are Students~

  • anna gong
    anna gong wrote:
    <p>Teachers Wanted! <img title="Smile" src="http://www.thebeijinger.com/sites/all/modules/smilelys/packs/Yahoo%21/smile.gif" alt="Smile" /></p> <p>My friends and I are applicants for the Class of 2015 in US Universities. We went through the anxious but exciting time of application, and we find it highly rewarding. However, we do not want to waste our time before heading to college, and therefore we need your help!</p> <p>We are looking for teachers to teach us college-leveled courses, maybe subjects like US Literature, World History, some languages or any other subjects you could teach. The courses don't have to be traditional. It shouldn't be only pure academic work, but also for fun. You could teach in whatever way you want, but we do expect to learn something relevant to college.</p> <p>Certifications? Well... not so important; but please, be fun and interesting, so we would really enjoy interacting with you <img title="Smile" src="http://www.thebeijinger.com/sites/all/modules/smilelys/packs/Yahoo%21/smile.gif" alt="Smile" /></p> <p>We found a convienient classroom in Xidan, Beijing, where you can also have fun after class. The class should probably start in April, and the working time is approximately 2 hours per day for around 2 weeks.</p> <p>If you are interested, please email me or skype me and we will talk into more details. Please email me a copy of your CV as well (preferably with a photo too), so I can go through with my friends.</p> <p>Oh yes, if you happen to know anyone interesting enough for us, please do not hesitate to refer him/her to me as well. <img title="Smile" src="http://www.thebeijinger.com/sites/all/modules/smilelys/packs/Yahoo%21/smile.gif" alt="Smile" /></p> <p>E-mail: <a href="mailto:annagong8942@gmail.com">annagong8942@gmail.com</a><br /> Skype: zz.stickman<br /> PLEASE specify you are interested in "CLASSING".</p> <p>I'm looking forward to seeing your email!</p>
  • WENwen
    WENwen wrote:

    the spirit of university education is to study by yourselves.

  • Ejdnzlaj
    Ejdnzlaj wrote:

    the spirit of university education is to study by yourselves.

    Quoted for truth

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    It's sad with this trend in Beijing where teaching has become just a "show".  Look plays much role and  those hiring don't pay attention  on the knoweldge of people. I don't think certification is a synonym of knowledge, but here in China it doesn't matter much especially from most laowei around, but I think it shows and proves whether u r qualified.

    In Beijing what counts most is a Photo and look. I read an ad in a Chinese where they were hiring a Chinese teacher to teach arithmetics, and they asked the teacher to have a certain Hight and good looking face...

    Chinese fellows,I beg you to wake up, search for someone who is knowledgeable and who can inspire you. Forget about Photos, organize an interview and select someone who can transmit the lesson well.


  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    I propose a course in sexual education. Although I have no certification, I am extremely well versed in the subject. Class will be taught primarily via examples and demonstration with fellow students.

    Applying students must provide resumes with photos. Charge is negotiable.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)


    Hahahaha ... 莫明 ... how many TA do you need? And you forgot to mention that the students must provide naked photos and honest measurements ... or if friends of Harmonious, cup size ...

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    hence why I have decided to leave Beijing for a more suitable environment.

    Leave all these classes to you all. Enjoy. I am off to southern China within the next year.

  • Minger
    Minger wrote:

    DD, I'm sorry but I don't need any assistants. All course demonstrations will be done with assistance from students.

    Also, I can get all the information I need from a standard portrait. While naked photos are always appreciated, they are not required. Cup size is entirely irrelevant.

  • Martin Svean
    Martin Svean wrote:

    How about a course in computer science, Astronomy, or music?

  • Maxxy
    Maxxy wrote:

    based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, psycholagny is extremely detrimental to our health

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