ISK Humanities Teacher Jobs in Kenya
ISK Humanities Teacher Jobs in Kenya
Job Description The teacher’s primary responsibility is to provide a personalized learning experience that places students at the center of instruction.
The teaching assignment is highly collaborative and requires teachers to apply knowledge, skills, and dispositions towards continual planning to update and revise Units of Study.
The teaching assignment includes active engagement in implementing a Humanities approach that integrates Social Studies and English Language Arts along a conceptual framework applying principles of the Workshop Model for grades 6, 7, and 8.
The teacher will be expected to participate in various collaborative teams and committees and fulfill supervision duties as assigned, including some evening and weekend events.
Additionally, teachers will supervise/coach one co-curricular activity in the year.
Work as a collaborative member with colleagues in bringing the ISK Educational Aims to life
Promote a positive learning environment, including high standards for habits of learning
Maintain professional competence in instructional techniques and in specialized teaching through in-service education activities and self-selected professional growth activities
Integrate technology within lessons to enhance instructional delivery
Understand the school assessment philosophy and conduct ongoing assessment of student progress, using data obtained to adjust instructional content and techniques accordingly
Differentiate instruction to address preferred learning styles and needs
Support the philosophy of inclusion and the ongoing development of personalized, student-directed learning
Plan for the application of skills and concepts across disciplines and co-curricular activities
Communicate regularly with parents through email, telephone and parent/student/teacher conferences
Attend relevant departmental, divisional and K-12 professional meetings as necessary
Participate on faculty committees and curriculum development programs as
Promote a positive learning environment
Teacher acts as an advisor to a small group of 10-12 students, delivering an SEL curriculum
Participate in and supervise a week-long intercultural trip
Sponsor a minimum of one extra-curricular student activity
Perform other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the principal
Bachelor’s Degree in relevant subject(s)
Recent, up-to-date training in relevant subject areas
Student-centered and nurturing personality
Commitment to collaborative planning
Teacher certification from an accredited university/college
Minimum 2 years relevant teaching experience
Proficiency with educational technology
Fluent English speaker with excellent writing and communication skills
Flexibility and creativity
Cultural proficiency and understanding of intercultural learning
Commitment to integrated, experiential, and personalized approaches to instruction
Teaching experience in a multicultural setting
Experience with the Understanding by Design curriculum model, as well as standards-based planning, assessment and grading
Experience with inquiry-based learning
Experience with Distance Learning Environment (e.g., Google Classroom, Zoom, etc) and electronic grade books
Experience in data analysis and goal setting to improve learning
Experience working in co-teaching models
How to Apply
For more information and job application details, see; ISK Humanities Teacher Jobs in Kenya
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