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Title
IB Literature Teacher

Teaching language
English

Country / Territory
Argentina

School code
006718

School name
THINK Global School

Start date
1 August 2012

Closing date
-

Job interview date
-

Programme(s)
Diploma Programme

Type of job
Teacher

Description

THINK Global School, the world’s first global, mobile high school, brings students and faculty from around the world to live, study and explore together in three different international cities each year.

Successful candidates will have a proven track record of reaching beyond excellent classroom teaching and are inclined to start with why they teach, rather than what or how, and to show imagination and creativity in even basic lessons, yet they never let go of the importance of core knowledge and skills.

Salaries are commensurate with experience but do reflect the depth of breadth of commitment required of our faculty.

Brief Overview of the Role

• Deliver high-quality education to students
• Work with the curriculum director, weXplore director and IB coordinator to develop innovative curricula and best practices
• Participate in residential life and extra-curricular activities
• Deliver pastoral care as advisor to a select group of students
• General responsibilities are expected to be as follows, though these may be adapted to fit the skill set of the individual:

School Leadership

Be a model of professional behavior and contribute to a sense of community amongst students, faculty and administrative staff.

Curriculum Leadership

Take initiative in developing innovative curricula and best practices in your discipline, likely to address experiential, interdisciplinary & collaborative learning & the use of technology (iPhone, iPad and Macbook Pro.)

Teaching

Prepare, deliver and assess three to four hours a week of formal instruction per subject per grade.

Residential Life

Share duties according to the schedule set by the Head of School.

Pastoral Care

Oversee the general well-being of a group of students assigned by the Head of School.

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