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  • Elementary Teacher – Specialist

    135 Lakeshore Blvd, Neyaashiinigmiing, ON, Canada
    By Chippewas of Nawash
    Posted Date:
    Application Deadline Date: December 31, 2024
    Wage: $30.99 - $44.02 per hour
    Wage dependant upon experience and qualifications
    Employer Website: www.nawash.ca

Job Description

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education or Native Teachers Diploma in Education, with Ontario

Teaching Certification

Two (2) or more Additional Qualification Courses (eg. FNMI, Arts, Health & Physical Education, Math, Science) Two (2) years of successful teaching experience within First Nation schools and communities Experience in human resource management as it relates to teaching and support staff

Current knowledge of the Ontario curriculum; policies, procedures, legislation Exemplary teaching knowledge and skills in one or more of the following subject areas: the Arts, Physical Education, Science or Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe Language) Knowledge of needs development and practices for education delivery in First Nation communities Effective working knowledge and understanding of Anishinaabe heritage to promote Anishinaabemowin, culture, tradition and history as part of the curriculum. Ability to provide leadership in classroom management and be familiar with community, culturally based schools Ability to maintain a professional code of ethics Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism Ability to be creative and innovative in program design and implementation strategies Ability to incorporate local curriculum, support school policies and programs, coordinate provincial testing and work effectively with parents/parent groups. Current CPIC and VSS Current immunization record Valid First Aid and CPR certificate, or willingness to obtain within 3 (three) months of hire. As a teacher in a First Nation community, make every effort to learn Anishinaabemowin (Ojibway

Language) and to reinforce and promote such language in the classroom, the school and

community at large. The teacher acknowledges that cultural awareness and cross-cultural training,

as designated and deemed appropriate by the Board, shall be mandatory as part of on-going

training and professional development. The teacher further acknowledges the importance of

participating in community and cultural events and shall endeavor to attend and participate.

Demonstrate an interest in increasing personal awareness of First Nation cultures, philosophies

and understanding of First Nation learning styles.

Demonstrate a commitment to assisting Nawash students reach their potential and achieve

academic success while maintaining cultural integrity.

Research and write lessons and units according to Board and Ontario approved curriculum Teach students utilizing a systematic plan of lessons, discussions, presentations and field trips Lead students in activities to promote their physical, mental and social development and school readiness

Prepare, administer and grade assessments

How to Apply

By Email: employment@nawash.ca

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