ALL SCHOOL LEVELS: Learning Support (Master’s Degree in Special Education) - DHR01747
Post-holders are expected to employ research-based instructional and assessment strategies which promote active learning and ensure the academic success of all learners during the next school year, beginning 1st September, 2019.
Specific duties applicable to each position include:
Using best practice instructional and assessment strategies
Adhering to unit and lesson plan design for the specific school level
Upholding the code of conduct and implementing an effective classroom management plan
Acting as an advisor to students
Supporting public relation exercises
Attending meetings and collaborating with colleagues at the site level
Working to promote team objectives
Applicants must be accomplished teachers who demonstrate professional knowledge of content, pedagogy, curriculum and classroom management. Teachers should have experience teaching the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) UK curriculum and/or Advanced Placement (AP) courses in the above mentioned School Level subject areas.
Applicants must possess the following:
Minimum of a Master’s degree specifically in Education or a Master's degree in one of the above mentioned content areas together with a teaching certificate.
Eligibility for registration with the Bermuda Educators Council.
Copies of all relevant degrees/certificates, transcripts must be attached.
Applicants must demonstrate that they are trained in teaching at the specific school level for which they are applying. All applicants will also be asked to teach a lesson which reflects standards of exemplary teaching or to submit a DVD or videotape of a recent lesson which has been taught by the applicant. In addition to the above, a copy of a recently signed performance appraisal from their immediate supervisor is required.
This position is being offered on a contract basis. Qualified persons wishing to be considered for the post may view the full advert and apply online at www.govtcareers.gov.bm by the specified closing date of Wednesday, 9th January 2019.