Application Form for CodeX Teacher

CodeX is a social enterprise that aims to improve employability in children on the Autistic Spectrum by teaching them how to code. We are currently looking for Computer Scientists or students experienced in coding to teach these lessons.

This is an invaluable opportunity to give back to the local community, as well as adding unique experience to your CV.

You will be teaching secondary school students on the autistic spectrum how to code, in groups of between 1 and 3. Previous knowledge of Python is not required but coding knowledge is necessary.

You will only be asked to teach a student one-on-one if you are comfortable with it and we believe you are capable.

Your role may also include teaching some students who are not on the autistic spectrum.

Full training and equipment will be provided

Further details about the role:
- £8 an hour.
- Teaching secondary school students on the autistic spectrum how to code
- Teaching non-autistic secondary school students how to code
- Lesson plans will be provided
- Teaching needed for Spring term (exact dates will be discussed)
- 1 to 2 hour lessons

This is a great experience and will help improve the skills and future for people on the autistic spectrum.

To apply please complete the form below by the 6th of December.

Interviews will be held on the 7th of December. If this is an issue for you please let us know via email at
codex.enactus@gmail.com
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Phone Number *
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Full Name *
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Degree *
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Why do you think you would be suitable for the role as a CodeX Teacher? *
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Do you have any previous teaching experience? *
Do you have any experience in working with people on the autistic spectrum? *
How would you describe your knowledge of programming in Python? *
Will you be able to commit to teaching twice a week for a 5 week period in second semester? *
Are you available to teach in Nottingham over holiday periods? (Not Essential) *
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