Part-time Teacher means a Teacher employed by the Board on a regular basis for other than full-time duty.
Examples of Part-time Teacher in a sentence
Part-Time Teacher shall be defined as a certified teacher under contract who shall teach three (3) or more hours per day, but not full time, five (5) days per school week, at the same position for an entire school year.
More Definitions of Part-time Teacher
Part-time Teacher means a Teacher who is engaged to work regularly, but for less than a full school week and not more than 0.8 of the normal hours which a Full-Time Teacher at the School is required to teach. Provided that a Part-Time Teacher may work more than 0.8 of the normal full-time load where an agreement has been reached by the parties. Such agreement shall be in writing and shall include the length of the term of the arrangement and the scheduling of time.
Part-time Teacher means an employee who is a teacher (as defined) who is employed on a regular basis but for less than a full school week or, where the school timetable is based on a cycle other than a school week, for less than a full cycle or for less than the total number of teaching periods worked by a full-time teacher during a full school week or full cycle.
Part-time Teacher means any teacher who is engaged to work regularly and not more than 0.8 of the normal hours which a full-time teacher at a Full Day Care Centre is required to attend. Provided that a part-time teacher may work up to 0.9 of the normal hours of a full-time teacher if he or she is entitled to a preparation session equivalent to 0.1 of a teacher’s normal hours. Provided further that a part-time teacher employed as at 31 January 1990 shall not be required by that employer to work in excess of 0.8 of the normal hours of a full-time teacher.