We currently accepting applications for Secondary French Immersion, Math/Science Teachers Teaching On Call
Secondary Teacher – French Immersion
The employee carries out educational tasks such as establishing learning standards in relation to the curricular competencies and content from BC’s Curriculum, identifying educational needs, developing educational programs or activities, providing interventions and supports for learners to succeed, and creating a learning environment that supports diversity, equity and inclusivity. Articulates the effective components of a quality French language program K-12 with expertise and using a wide range of teaching strategies.
Secondary school teachers perform some or all of the following duties:
- Prepare instruction of courses for presentation to students according to BC Curriculum and using French Immersion teaching strategies.
- Teach students using a multi-media instructional approach to systematic plan of lessons, discussions, and experiences in and out of the classroom.
- Lead students in activities to promote their self-awareness of and self-assessment of core competencies: Communication, Thinking, Personal, and Social.
- Embed First Peoples Principles of Learning in instructional approach.
- Assess students according to NLPS assessment guidelines and report student progress according to NLPS Reporting Guidelines as well as Ministry reporting standards.
- Communicate student learning in on ongoing, timely and responsive manner according to NLPS reporting and assessment guidelines
- Identify diverse needs within the classroom and provide differentiated instruction according to NLPS Inclusion Policy
- Supervise Educational Assistants and support Pre-Service Teachers on occasion
- Support and participate in inquiry-based learning
- Support the development of school plans/goals
- Support the implementation of and the supports that follow District-wide assessments
Professional Certification: Certified through the BC Teacher Regulation Branch
Education and Training:
A Bachelor's Degree in Education is required.
Required course load for a particular subject area at the high school
level (12 UBC units, second year or greater).
- Fluency in French and familiarity with FI teaching strategies
- Knowledge of current developments and initiatives in French language education.
- Demonstrated expertise in teaching in French language education.
- Demonstrated ability to articulate the effective components of a quality French language program K-12 with expertise in a wide range of teaching strategies.
- Successful teaching experience as a FI teacher.
- Successful classroom teacher experience and/or pre-service experience in a secondary school setting.
- Demonstrated proficiency to work collaboratively with colleagues
- Demonstrated ability to maintain skills through professional learning.
- Knowledge and understanding of the effects of colonization within the education system and its impact on teaching and learning in today’s schools.
- Experience integrating Indigenous perspectives into the curriculum together with practicing Indigenous ways of teaching and learning.
How to Apply:
Please apply via www.makeafuture.ca/nanaimo-ladysmith
Applications should include a cover letter, detailed personal résumé, transcripts, teacher evaluations and a minimum three references from direct supervisors.
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Please note: Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools thanks all applicants for their interest in working with us, however, only those shortlisted for an interview will be contacted.
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