Teacher 2022-23 Indigenous Ed Lead Resource 1.0 Limited Duration Contract Position
School District #57 (Prince George)
Prince George, Canada
4d ago

Qualifications :

  • A minimum of 3 years teaching experience in British Columbia public school system.
  • Membership (or qualify for membership) in the BC College of Teachers and possess a current teaching certificate.
  • Working experience with Indigenous students, performing and analyzing educational research and methodology for instructing Indigenous students.
  • Ability to successfully model proven Indigenous teachings methodologies to other District teachers and support staff.
  • Ability to demonstrate strong leadership and teamwork competencies in all areas of Indigenous Education.
  • Ability to review and recommend appropriate learning resources specific to Indigenous content.
  • Specialized methodologies, adaptations, and modifications of programs with Indigenous content specific to Indigenous learning and Indigenous ways of knowing.
  • Ability to increase cultural knowledge and its application to direct curriculum links.
  • The ability to communicate and work effectively with students, staff, parents and administration.
  • The ability to work collaboratively as a member of the district team.
  • Indigenous language fluency or language development considered an asset.
  • Duties :

  • Collaborate, co-plan and co-teach with Early Years to Grade twelve teachers
  • Experience with and demonstrated knowledge of local Indigenous heritage and cultures and able to mentor and provide professional development for educators
  • Knowledge, understanding and sensitivity of the effects and impacts of historical educational experiences of Indigenous peoples, including transgenerational trauma
  • Ability to incorporate trauma-sensitive practices into teaching practices
  • Ability to cultivate and nurture positive relationships with learners and families of Indigenous ancestry
  • Relationship-based ability to facilitate the development of strategies that will enhance the personal, social / emotional, cultural and educational development of Indigenous learners
  • Ability to consult with Indigenous community members, including parents / caregivers, and SD57 staff to support advocacy of Indigenous learners
  • Leading cross curricular learning demonstrations for teachers on the land
  • Leading monthly after school learning sessions for district staff
  • Designing further methods to support teacher understanding of land-based learning to support Indigenous student success
  • Experience with adapting curriculum to meet the needs of students and coaching for equity
  • A willingness to work on teacher teams to collaborate regarding curriculum, assessment, instruction and planning
  • Needs to have experience working with other teachers in team teaching and experience with direct instruction of emotional regulation and self-regulation to at-risk students
  • Commitment to working with colleagues on staff development activities linked to the School Improvement Plan
  • Cognizant of the outcomes and evaluation processes outlined in the new curriculum
  • Strong classroom management skills
  • Computer literate and able to use a variety of applications for classroom instruction and required paperwork
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Assessment practices supportive of the learning process
  • Commitment to continuous professional learning
  • Reports to the Vice Principal of Language and Culture
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