Teachers. An individual who is a resident of a Contracting State immediately before making a visit to the other Contracting State, and who, at the invitation of any university, college, school or other similar educational institution, which is recognised by the competent authority in that other Contracting State, visits that other Contracting State for a period not exceeding two years solely for the purpose of teaching or research or both at such educational institution shall be exempt from tax in that other Contracting State on his remuneration for such teaching or research.
Teachers. Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 15 a teacher who visits a Contracting State for the purpose of teaching at a university or any other similarly recognized educational institution in that State and who, immediately before that visit was a resident of the other Contracting State shall be exempt from tax in the first-mentioned State in respect of any remuneration for such teaching for a period not exceeding two years from the date of his first arrival in the first-mentioned State for such purposes, provided that such remuneration is derived by him from sources in the other Contracting State.
Teachers. A professor or teacher who visits a Contracting State for a period not exceeding two years for the purpose of teaching at a university, college, school or other educational institution (not operated or conducted for profit) in that Contracting State, and who was immediately before that visit a resident of the other Contracting State, shall be exempt from tax in the first-mentioned Contracting State on remuneration for such teaching up to the sum of 15,000 Singapore dollars or its equivalent in Sri Lanka rupees for each respective year of assessment.
Teachers. As part of the annual budgeting process, edtec shall make a recommen- dation to the Board regarding the number of teachers and the applicable grade levels and subjects required for the operation of the Academy pursuant to the Charter Contract. edtec shall provide the Academy with such teachers, qualified in the grade levels and subjects required, as are required by the Academy. The Board, however, shall ultimately decide the number of teachers, the appli- cable grade levels, and subjects taught at the Academy, as prescribed in the Charter Contract. Such teachers may, at the discretion of edtec, work at the Academy on a full or part time basis. If as- signed to the Academy on a part time basis, such teachers may also work at other schools operated by edtec. Each teacher assigned to or retained by the Academy shall be a highly qualified teacher with a valid teaching certificate or temporary special permit issued by the Michigan Department of Education under the Code, to the extent required under the Code and the Every Student Succeeds Act. If edtec chooses to execute employment agreements with teaching staff that have a term of longer than one year, the Board reserves the right to have teachers placed elsewhere by edtec if the Board is dissatisfied with their performance at the end of any school year. Teachers employed by edtec shall not be considered teachers for purposes of continuing tenure under MCLA Section 38.71 et seq, and shall not be considered employees of the Academy or the Board.
Teachers. • Where individual student(s) are isolating due to CoVid, teachers are strongly encouraged to livestream their teaching unless there are specific short-term barriers that prevent this. e.g. a particular class or topic where the teacher is not confident in their ability to livestream yet. Or issues with equipment. In this case, the teacher opts for another form of hybrid teaching i.e. loading the classwork into the digital platform and ensuring that the student is able to complete it and does complete it. • Where a teacher is working to overcome short term barriers to livestreaming they should keep their HT informed so that the school can track support for students having to self-isolate. • Where the teacher is isolating they ought to deliver their timetabled lessons from home (‘flipped teaching’) and a model for this is provided in Appendix 3. • Upon hearing that a teacher is isolating, but well, the Headteacher will meet with the member of staff to assess their personal circumstances and to create a plan around their delivery of the curriculum; taking account of the ages of the pupils they teach; the co 'Classroom manager'; and any other factors which might influence the quality of delivery from home. In doing so, they will apply 'best endeavours' to the situation to strike a balance between the quality of education and the wellbeing of staff and children. Ensuring that teachers receive appropriate training, support and equipment to engage successfully with our remote learning policy and to be able to fulfil their contractual requirements. • Where classes or year groups, or the whole school is isolating – teachers should adapt to the remote learning offer outlined below.o There will be a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning.▪ Synchronous- Children engage in course activities at a specific date/time requiring that everyone is online at the same time.▪ Asynchronous – Children engage in activities at any time, contributing at their own pace.• When providing remote learning, teachers are responsible for setting work. If working from home, they will take part in a weekly MS Teams meeting with their phase lead to ensure that everyone is following the curriculum and to evaluate how the children are responding to SeeSaw and to live support.Teachers will be required to set work for their class and in some cases their year group. Special Education Needs Assistants and SENCOS may be asked to support the provision of work for specific children.• In EY...