Teaching And Learning Support - Indigenous Education
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|Assignment: Teaching and Learning Support Teacher - Indigenous Education – EQUITY, TRUTH AND RECONCILIAITON |
The assignment may change due to the itinerant nature of the position, or to meet the needs of the school’s educational program, grade organization, and/or enrollment.
1.00 FTE CONTINUING
Commencing September 1, 2021.
The successful candidate will be expected to:
Provide curricular support regarding Indigenous content for all staff and students;
Plan, promote and facilitate the integration of Indigenous curriculum into the school system in conjunction with district curriculum personnel, school administration, and teachers;
Work cooperatively with all staff to increase knowledge and understanding of the First Peoples Principles of Learning;
Work cooperatively with staff in the planning and implementation of Indigenous Cultural Awareness that focus on all students, staff and community;
Foster and maintain positive, supportive relationships between Indigenous people and schools;
Keep current with issues of importance to the Indigenous communities;
Attend meetings as required and where appropriate;
Provide Professional Development;
Must be aware and respectful of local Indigenous community protocols:
Support the implementation of the Calls to Action (specifically 62 and 63) of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action in the Qualicum School District.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
A valid BC Teaching Certificate and familiarity with BC curriculum at the elementary and secondary levels;
A teaching degree at the secondary or elementary level;
Experience leading and supporting Indigenous learning;
Minimum five years classroom experience;
Teaching experience at the elementary and/or secondary in a variety of levels;
Experience teaching across a variety of curricula areas;
Experience working with adult learners through a variety of approaches such as presentations, demonstrations, team-teaching, coaching, and networking.
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In accordance with the Human Rights Commission exemption Section 42(3), preference will be given to applicants with Indigenous Ancestry who have knowledge of local history and culture, the applicant must be able to relate positively with the Indigenous community on a daily basis.