Education Canada Network Education Canada RSS Feed - Nova Scotia en-us High School Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology Faculty at Class Afloat, NS West Island College International - Class Afloat is a private school based in Nova Scotia that operates on the tallship, the Gulden Leeuw - a 220ft three-masted vessel We offer full grade 11 and grade 12 high school curriculums on board while sailing around the world to over 20 ports of call At Class Afloat our goal is to utilize sail training tradition to explore and build a strong sense of communityClass Afloat students develop their confidence, compassion, and awareness to graduate as global citizens for the 21st centuryAt present, there are 40 students on board, and 17 professional crew/ faculty Class Afloat is currently seeking faculty with any combination of Mathematics/Physics/Chemistry/Biology Teaching certification to join the ship for our 2017-2018 school year in Amsterdam in September, 2017 The upcoming route begins in Amsterdam, NL, and includes stops in Europe, Africa, South America, Africa and the Caribbean Daily stipend, flights, health coverage, gear issue, accommodation, and food are all included Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Education from a recognized postsecondary institution 2-5 years of teaching experience preferred Educational qualifications in secondary teachable subjects are required A passion and motivation to teach and guide young people in an experiential educational setting Strong problem solving, and critical thinking capacity Demonstrated organizational and communication skills Excellent interpersonal skillsIf you have the proper Senior qualifications and are looking to teach in a very exciting, dynamic environment, please contact Megan MacLeod, Head of School at For further information on our program, please check our website at Secondary School Science Teacher at Maritime Muslim Academy, NS We are looking for secondary school science teacher for our junior and senior High School programs. Itinerant Teacher For The Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing at Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority , NS Competition #2017-07Itinerant Teacher For Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing REQUIRED BY: Atlantic Provinces Special Education AuthorityLOCATION: Anglophone South School District (Saint John, NB)POSITION SCOPEUnder the direction of the APSEA Provincial Supervisor, the itinerant teacher provides both direct instruction and consultation for students who are deaf or hard of hearing (birth to high school graduation) and works collaboratively with the school based or early childhood teams This position requires both daily travel and the ability to work in a variety of settingsREQUIREMENTS: Masters degree or equivalent in Education of Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing CAEDHH Teacher Certification Must hold Nova Scotia Teacher Certification Experience with assessment, program planning and delivery of instruction for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, including those with additional challenges Competence in listening and spoken language development Knowledge of child and adolescent development, including birth to 5 years Experience teaching in a variety of settings Ability to work in a collaborative, positive manner with APSEA staff, administrators, parents and public school/school board staff Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills Good organizational/time management skills Minimum signing of Intermediate Plus level Demonstrated self-initiative and ability to work with limited supervision Ability to produce and maintain records and student files Valid driver's licence and regular travel with personal vehicleOffer of employment is conditional upon the completion of all applicable background checks and confirmation of credentials, the results of which must be satisfactory to APSEA or employment will be terminated. TERM: Full-time term position for the 2017-2018 school year.SALARY: In accordance with the APSEA/NSTU Agreement. ENSEIGNANT S SUPPLÉANTS at Conseil scolaire acadien provincial, NS ENSEIGNANTS SUPPLÉANTS COURS EN LIGNECONCOURS 14-242 Le CSAP désire constituer une banque de candidatqualifiés pour l'enseignement des cours en ligneUne formation de base po urrait être offerte aux candidats retenus.Sommaire des responsabilitésLe suppléant en enseignement des cours en ligne est principalement responsable pour l'enseignement et l'encadrement des élèves qui prennent des cours en ligne.Détails des responsabilitésenseigner divers cours en ligne au niveau secondaire du 2ième cycle; assumer un rôle de facilitateur et bien encadrer les élèves (présence, contact régulier, etc.)mettre en œuvre une pédagogie qui rend l'élève responsable de ses apprentissages ; adapter les activités d'apprentissage et d'évaluation pour s'assurer que celles-ci répondent aux besoins de tous les élèves;utiliser à son plein potentiel Moodle 2.6, VIA et tout autre logiciel pertinent à l'enseignement de cours en ligne ; assurer que les liens fonctionnent dans les cours et faire les mises à jour aux cours en ligne ; Formations et autres exigences baccalauréat en éducation ;bonnes habiletés de communication ;connaissance de Moodle 2.6; excellente maîtrise des outils de communication technologiques ; esprit innovateur/créatif et degré d'initiative élevé ; haut degré d'autonomie et ouverture d'esprit ; bonnes connaissances écrites et orales du français et de l'anglais ; bonne connaissance de la situation acadienne en Nouvelle-Écosse ; bonne connaissance descurriculums du secondaire de la Nouvelle-Écosse particulièrement dans les domaines des sciences humaines, de l'entrepreneuriat et de la comptabilité bonne connaissance du curriculum des sciences seraient un atoutSalaires: Selon la convention collective du syndicat des enseignants et des enseignantes de la Nouvelle-Écosse (NSTU)et l'expérience. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!