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Beaufort Delta Divisional Education Council

Grade 3/4 Teacher

Paulatuk,NT
  • To be discussed
  • Full time , Part time

  • 1 position to fill as soon as possible

Who is BDDEC:

The Beaufort Delta Divisional Council is a forward-thinking, community-driven institution that fosters an inclusive and culturally rich learning environment. Grounded in the principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, indigenization, inquiry, and land-based education, we are dedicated to providing a holistic and competency-based curriculum that honours Indigenous knowledge and traditions.

Position Overview:

We seek a dynamic and passionate Educator to join our team. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in shaping and implementing educational programs that celebrate diversity, promote equity, and embrace the rich cultural heritage of our community. This position requires a deep commitment to indigenization, a competency-based curriculum, and an innovative approach to land-based education.

Responsibilities:

Course Development: Collaborate with educators, Elders, and community members to design and implement a competency-based curriculum rooted in Indigenous knowledge and values.

Cultural Inclusion: Foster a learning environment that respects and incorporates diverse Indigenous perspectives, ensuring the curriculum reflects the local Indigenous culture.

Equity and Inclusion: Implement strategies to promote equity and inclusion within the school community, addressing disparities and fostering a sense of belonging for all students.

Community Engagement: Liaise between the school and the community, seeking input, collaboration, and feedback to improve educational programs continuously.

Land-Based Education: Develop and integrate land-based learning opportunities into the curriculum, fostering a deep connection to the land and traditional practices.

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Education

Eligible for a Northwest Territories teaching certificate

The following criteria will be essential considerations in the hiring process:

Strong understanding of Indigenous cultures, history, and traditions.

Experience in implementing Inquiry-based instructional pedagogy.

Experience in curriculum implementation, with a focus on competency-based education.

Experience in competency-based assessment and evaluation.

Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

An understanding of the Northwest Territories' Inclusive Schooling practices

Knowledge of land-based education principles and practices.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

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Diploma

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Internal reference No.

3740741