by employerrep Nov 5, 2018
JOB TITLE : HUMANITIES / INDIGENOUS STUDIES TEACHER
COMPETITION # : 2018ACC-HIST07
NATIONAL OCCUPATION CODE. : 4031
NUMBER OF POSITIONS : 1
POSITION TYPE : PERMANENT, FULL-TIME
The Academic Humanities / Indigenous Studies Grade 10-12 Teacher is responsible for delivering in-class instruction to Indigenous Adult Learners.
The teacher must have the ability to teach Indigenous Studies, Global Issues, History, and Geography at the Secondary Level, as evidenced through curriculum specialization in these fields, training and experience.
This role requires coaching, motivating, monitoring, and tracking the progress of students enrolled within the course. The incumbent will conduct themselves in accordance with professional practices consistent with the Aboriginal Community Campus systems, policies, procedures and protocols.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepare lessons and assignments according to an approved curriculum and Indigenous community context.
Curriculum delivery in an engaging and participatory manner, and with community development focus.
Prepare, administer and correct tests.
Teach students through lectures, open discussions, audio-video presentations as needed; prepare resources for classroom discussion when necessary.
Research information to ensure curriculum is current.
Identify the needs of individual students, and work to help each student develop his or her potential.
Meet with students to confer and provide feedback with regards to their work.
Provide students with various evaluation opportunities for success.
Identify emotional, intellectual, physical, and / or any other issues which may be hindering the student from learning to his or her best potential, and recommend an appropriate course of action.
Present a professional yet caring demeanour at all times towards students and staff.
Plan, coordinate and participate in school and student activities.
Bachelor of Education Degree; Manitoba Provincial Teaching Certificate.
1-2 years of experience is considered an asset but not required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Demonstrated understanding of Aboriginal culture within Aboriginal Adult Learning environments.
Experience working with adult learners (18+ years and older).
Demonstrate ability for innovative curriculum delivery.
Ability to provide effective experiential learning.
Please send resume and cover letter to employerrep abcentre.org.