Education Canada Network http://www.educationcanada.com Education Canada RSS Feed - Northwest Territories en-us General Teachers - Anticipatory Staffing at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232827 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invitesapplications for the following positions: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY General Teachers Anticipatory Staffing Various Schools 2019-2020 School Year The Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer-based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy and Numeracy Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of partners in education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have their Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Proven teaching ability in a JK-12 environment Preference is given to teachers with recent successful teaching experiences in a JK-12 environment Excellent classroom management skills Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NWT Curricula in related areas Experience using data to inform instructional decisions Training in Literacy and Numeracy Experience in multi-grade classrooms using Differentiated Instruction Understanding of local culture and or language Understanding of and experience in the integration of technology into classroom instructionSalary is pro-rated dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $80,180 to 129,448 per annum) plus an annual pro-rated Northern Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective Agreement.A job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory Criminal Record CheckCandidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processRef #: BDEC-2019-01 Closing Date: Open until filled Apply to: Beaufort Delta Education Council Bag Service # 12 Inuvik, NT X0E-0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232827 Principal at Beaufort Delta Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233601 "PARTNERS IN EDUCATION"The Beaufort Delta Education Council invites Applications for the following position: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Principal Two Year TermEast Three Secondary School2019-2021 School YearsThe Beaufort Delta Education Council actively promotes: Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity and heritage Commitment to Indigenizing Education and Indigenous Education Use of data to inform decisions to improve student success and achievement Integration of computer based learning technology into the classrooms Outcome-based instruction and assessment Sustained commitment to Literacy, Numeracy and Social Responsibility Working creatively and collaboratively with a variety of Partners in Education Strong communication, interpersonal and team building skillsCandidates must have a Bachelor of Education Degree, be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching Certificate, and a Master of Education in a relevant field or enrolled in Post Graduate Program.The following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process: Administrative or leadership experience Strong understanding of middle-years and secondary programming Proven ability to promote culture-based learning throughout subjects Experience teaching in a northern community Proven ability to motivate staff and collaborate with others Knowledge of, or willingness to become familiar with, the prescribed NWT Curricula Experience using data to inform instructional and administrative decisions Experience providing instructional leadership to promote student learning Training in Differentiated Instruction Training or experience in the area of integrating computers into the classroom Staff within Beaufort Delta Education Council will be given consideration Salary is dependent on verified education and experience (ranging from $ 80,180 to $129,448 per annum) plus an annual Northern Allowance and Principal's Allowance based on the NWTTA Collective AgreementA Criminal Records Check must accompany your resume to be considered.Applicants for this position may be considered for other positions within BDEC.Candidates must clearly identify their eligibility in order to receive priority consideration under the Affirmative Action Policy.The Government of the Northwest Territories is a workplace that is open to all NorthernersIf you currently have a disability and if you require accommodation you are encouraged to identify your needs so that you may be accommodated during the hiring processOnly complete resumes including cover letters will be accepted.Ref # BDEC-2019-02 Closing Date: February 28, 2019 Beaufort-Delta Education CouncilBag Service # 12Inuvik, NT X0E 0T0jobs@bdec.learnnet.nt.caTo view information on the schools in the Beaufort-Delta Region, please visit our website at: www.bdec.nt.ca http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233601 Grades 4-6 Teacher - Elizabeth Mackenzie Elementary School at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=228749 The Tlicho Community Services Agency is looking for positive and committed educators capable and willing to embrace the implementation of four key priorities/initiatives in the Tlicho schools and classrooms: literacy/reading; health, wellness & student support; culture-based education; and the development of 21st century learners / critical thinkers.In addition to eligibility for NWT teacher certification, other requirements are specific to the positionInterested applicants are asked to submit cover letter, resume and names of at least three (3) references, including your current supervisor, to the email address or fax number identified:Grades JK-6 Teacher - Elizabeth Mackenzie Elementary School(TERM position with the possibility to extend)·The appropriate candidate will be prepared to actively promote self-regulation, culture-based education, and an inquiry-based learning model in the classroom.·Candidates must be prepared to embrace a culture of ongoing professional growth and dialogue through Professional Learning Communities for the purpose of continuously striving for high levels of student learning.·All classrooms are inclusive and comprise students who span varying ability levels so ideal applicants will be experienced in offering individualized student support plans and differentiated instructional strategies accordingly.·There is a region-wide focus on literacy that aligns directly to the regional strategic plan in education, so the successful applicant must be prepared to include literacy strategies in their instruction across all subject areas.·The most appropriate candidate will be an exemplary educator with cross-cultural experience and a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environment.·Flexibility, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and a willingness to become involved in the Tlicho way of life outside of the school are a mustPlease submit applications (preferably via email) to:John GouthroPrincipalEmail: John_Gouthro@tlicho.netFax: (867) 392-6080ORLinsey HopeDirector of EducationEmail: Linsey_Hope@tlicho.net http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=228749 Public Affairs Coordinator at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233569 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is seeking a highly competent and dynamic individual Reporting to the Superintendent, you will be responsible for providing confidential administrative and communication services to the Superintendent and the South Slave Divisional Education Council Responsibilities include coordinating Council elections, meetings, preparing agendas, letters, reports, minutes, press releases, policies, proposals, nominations, and journal articles; coordinating, developing and delivering DEA and staff workshops; and developing and implementing the Council's communications (internal, media and public relations) including the Council's Internet and social media presenceYou will also serve as the Access to Information Officer for the Council and its schoolsSome travel will be required Typically these knowledge, skills and abilities would be acquired through the completion of a Degree in Communications, Public Relations, or Journalism, supplemented by 3 years of experience in public relations, marketing or graphic designYou must be a reliable self-starter with effective written and oral communication skills, strong interpersonal and organizational skills, advanced level computer skills (Adobe Creative Cloud), and the ability to work positively in pressure situationsEquivalent combinations of education and/or experience will be considered.The salary starts at $41 per hour (approximately $80,000 per annum) plus an annual Northern Allowance of $6,800. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233569 Literacy Coordinator at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233567 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is looking for a positive, dynamic and experienced educational leader to provide service and supports to schools that meets the diverse educational needs of South Slave students.This position is a key member of a dedicated educational leadership team responsible for providing support to South Slave schools and local governing bodiesThe successful applicant will be responsible for: provide direct support to school administration, literacy coaches and staff through lesson demonstrations and coaching using effective research-based strategies work with and facilitate school representatives to determine priorities, develop and implement plans and programs that meet the diverse educational needs of students develop and deliver staff training (inservice) opportunities within the region in consultation with South Slave school staffsA B.Eddegree, five years teaching experience, and expertise in staff and literacy program development and implementation are minimum requirementsEducational leadership and facilitation training or experience is also requiredThe successful applicant will be expected to have specialization, training, or experience in: providing teaching demonstrations and coaching; workshop development, delivery, and facilitation, and; school leadership or program review, development and implementationPreference will be given to a proficient educational leader with excellent initiative, planning, organizational, communication, writing, and interpersonal skills, and a track record of effective classroom experienceS/he will be known for a high standard of professionalism and will be a strong team player committed to working well with and earning the respect of school staffsExtensive travel is a necessity.Salary: dependent on qualifications-may range anywhere from $80,000 to $129,000 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Consultant Allowance of $5,185, a Northern Allowance of over $5,000, relocation, and a school work yearFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online:https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreement http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233567 Principal at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233566 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is seeking a positive, dynamic and experienced educational leader for the following principalship starting August 19, 2019:Joseph Burr Tyrrell Elementary School (JK-6)Fort SmithThe South Slave Divisional Education Council is committed to: student success and achievement (reading, math and social responsibility priorities) student-centered education promotion of language & culture inclusion of students with challenging needs evidence-based decision-making collaborative and empowering leadership staff and program developmentThe ideal applicant will be a strong and dedicated educator with training and exemplary experience as a teacher and educational leader They will be known for their high standards of professionalism and will be strong team players dedicated to working with and earning the respect of the students, staff, colleagues and the community The Principal is the key member of the regional educational leadership team focused on improving literacy (reading) and numeracy achievement results S/he must also be committed to working effectively with the locally elected District Education Authority (DEA) to provide quality education for students.Candidates should have:- prior school leadership experience;- demonstrated excellence as a teacher and instructional leader;- a mindset of advocacy for inclusive schooling and meeting the educational needs of all students;- effective organizational and management skills;- the understanding and ability to effectively develop a collegial learning environment and a collaborative workplace;- demonstrated leadership in supervision of learning and development of professional learning communities;- a track record of professionalism, successful modelling and implementation of universal principles for working and learning together (respect, integrity, loyalty, commitment to growth, advocacy) and;a positive working relationship with all members of the school community.For more information, view us on the web: www.ssdec.netThe following link for prospective teachers might also be of interest: www.ece.gov.nt.ca/early-childhood-and-school-services/support-educators-and-administration/information-prospective.Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranging from $80,000 to $129,000 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Principal's Allowance of over $20,000, a Northern Allowance (approx$6,000), and relocation expensesFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online: https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreement http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233566 Indigenous Languages Coordinator (half time) at South Slave Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233568 The South Slave Divisional Education Council is looking for a positive, dynamic and experienced educational leader to provide half time service and supports to schools that meets the diverse educational needs of South Slave students.This position is a key member of a dedicated educational leadership team responsible for providing support to South Slave schools and local governing bodiesThe successful applicant will be responsible for: provide direct support to school administration, literacy coaches and staff through lesson demonstrations and coaching using effective research-based strategies work with and facilitate school representatives to determine priorities, develop and implement plans and programs that meet the diverse educational needs of students develop and deliver staff training (inservice) opportunities within the region in consultation with South Slave school staffsA B.Eddegree, five years teaching experience, and expertise in staff and literacy program development and implementation are minimum requirementsEducational leadership and facilitation training or experience is also requiredThe successful applicant will be expected to have specialization, training, or experience in: providing teaching demonstrations and coaching; workshop development, delivery, and facilitation, and; school leadership or program review, development and implementationPreference will be given to a proficient educational leader with excellent initiative, planning, organizational, communication, writing, and interpersonal skills, and a track record of effective classroom experienceS/he will be known for a high standard of professionalism and will be a strong team player committed to working well with and earning the respect of school staffsExtensive travel is a necessity.Salary: dependent on qualifications-may range anywhere from $80,000 to $129,000 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Consultant Allowance of $5,185, a Northern Allowance of over $5,000, relocation, and a school work yearFor more information, the NWT Teachers' Association Collective Agreement is online:https://my.hr.gov.nt.ca/resources/terms-employment/nwtta-collective-agreement http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=233568 Elementary Teacher Grade 4-5 at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232573 Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through Grade 6 school.  The 106 students are predominantly Dene and Metis.  School programs support language and cutural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners.Elementary Teacher Grade 4 -5Start Date:   April 1, 2019 to June 27, 2019 with the possibility of an extension to April 2020 Quailifications:Must hold, or be eligible for a N.W.TProfessional Teaching Certificate.Ability to work as a team member in planning, delivery and assessment of programs and students.Demonstrate a holistic, inter-disciplinary approach to teaching in an inclusionary classroom.Ability to work with students, in multi-level situations.Should have direct experience with the NWT curricula.Knowledge of and/or experience with Daily 5, Differentiated Instruction, and Self Regulation. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232573 TERM ELEMENTARY TEACHER at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208050 1 TERM ELEMENTARY TEACHER GRADE 2/3(SEPTEMBER 27, 2017 - JUNE 20, 2018)Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2017-2018 school year from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through grade 6 school The 110 students are predominantly Dene and Metis School programs support the language and cultural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners.The teacher will offer a holistic, culturally relevant program that supports the language and cultural heritage of the students and addresses the needs of all students who may have learning challenges in a multi-grade class. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=208050 Early Childhood Educator at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232213  (JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN/KINDERGARTEN) (commencing January 2019, 2017)Full Time Term -  January 2019 - June 2019Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for the 2018-2019 school year from Early Childhood Educators who are dedicated to teaching and have experience and/or interest in the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the Dene.Bompas Elementary School is a Junior Kindergarten through grade 6 schoolThe 106 students are predominantly Dene and MetisSchool programs support the language and cultural heritage of the students in an inclusive environment that respects the diverse styles and needs of all learners. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=232213 Program Support Teacher + High School Humanities at Sahtu Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=180227 The Sahtu Divisional Education Council is seeking an experienced Program Support Teacher with a teaching assignment starting January 7, 2019 (or as mutually agreed upon)  The teaching assignment is High School English and Social Studies The successful candidate must have or be completing a Bachelor of Education Degree and be eligible for a Northwest Territories Teaching CertificateThe following criteria will be important considerations in the hiring process:- Should have specific experience and/or training in the area of Special Education, Assessment, and Program Support- Should have training in the area of literacy and numeracy - Must have excellent classroom management skills - Must be able to work collaborative as a member of the School-Based Support Team, with parents, and with other stakeholders- Must demonstrate the ability to work with students, in multi-level classrooms - Should have direct experience with the development of Student Support Plans- Experience using data to inform instructional decisions - Strong background in English Language Arts and Social Studies instruction from Grades 10 - 12- Knowledge of, or commitment to become knowledgeable of the prescribed NT Curricula in related areas- Strong collaboration skills are sought as teachers work together to implement classroom instructionThe candidate should embrace strong connections with community and be open to engaging fully in the rich cultural and extra-curricular life of the school.Due to limited available of accommodations in the community, candidates willing to share accommodations will be given a strong consideration.Colville Lake School (JK-12) - Colville Lake Teacher (1.0 TERM)Start date: January 7, 2019 - End date: June 20, 2019.Salary: dependent on qualifications - ranges from $79,386-$128,166 per annum, plus a very attractive benefits package including a Northern Living Allowance of approximately $28,615, and relocation expenses.For more information, the NWT Teachers' Collective Agreement is online: www.hr.gov.nt.ca/Policy/nwtta.Interested candidates are required to submit the following documentation to teach@sahtudec.ca: Cover letter, resume and names of at least 3 references (must include current supervisor) A Criminal Records Check, including a Vulnerable Sector Check, is a prerequisite to employmentRenee Closs, Assistant Superintendent Sahtu Divisional Education Council teach@sahtudec.ca Phone: (867) 587-3450 Fax: (867) 587-2551.Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.---Located inside the Arctic Circle, you will find the beautiful little community of Colville LakeWith a population of approximately 100 residents (about 55 in the JK-12 school) this town is surely unique with its log homes and fantastic sceneryThe school and community sit on a beautiful lake with a sunset view that will take your breath awayColville Lake School has two buildings the original school (big school) is a log complex that contains three classroomsThe adjacent school (small school) contains two classroomsSince this community has retained their strong cultural values it is a very important part of the curriculumThere is a very successful trapper program along with a regular Slavey language and culture program for all studentsColville Lake strives for a safe, healthy and respectful school environmentThere is a daily breakfast and snack program for the studentsIf you are looking for a challenging and rewarding experience Colville Lake is the place for youFollow the link to the school website: http://cls.sahtudec.ca/ http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=180227 1 Principal/Teacher - 1 Teacher at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=231352 Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications, for the 2018-19 school year, from certified teachers who are dedicated to teaching and have experience with the cultural, linguistic and traditional heritage of the DeneWrigley is a remote community with road access limited by ferry crossing for seven months of the yearThis Junior Kindergarten to grade 9 school has a population of 19 studentsDue to restrictive housing options in the community a teaching couple or teachers willing to share accommodations are sought for these positions. http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=231352 Junior High Teacher for Immediate Hire at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=214376 Thank you for your interest in a teaching position with our AgencyThe Tlicho Community Services Agency (TCSA) is looking for positive and committed educators capable and willing to embrace the implementation of four key priorities in the Tlicho schools and classrooms: literacy/reading; health, wellness & student support; culture-based education; and the development of 21st century learners / critical thinkers.A Junior high teacher is required for Chief Jimmy Bruneau School in Behchoko for the 2018-19 school yearThe appropriate candidates will be prepared to actively promote self-regulation, culture-based education, and an inquiry-based learning model in the classroomThese classes span varying ability levels so the appropriate candidate will be experienced in offering individualized instructional plans and various student support strategies accordingly.The TCSA has a region-wide focus on literacy that aligns directly to the regional strategic plan in education, so the successful applicant must be prepared to include literacy strategies in their instruction across all subject areasThe TCSA embraces a philosophy of continuing professional learning and growth specifically tied to high levels of student learningCandidates must be prepared to engage in ongoing collaborative and professional dialogue about their instructional, assessment, and reporting practice insofar as it relates to student learningActive and positive participation in Professional Learning Communities are a required approach to ongoing professional growth in our region.All of our schools are housed in modern facilities with many of the amenities of larger urban schools including smart boards, computers, and internet accessThe education program uses the NWT/Alberta school curriculum with a community orientation that includes Tlicho language classes, drumming and cultureThe ideal applicant will be an educator with cross-cultural experience, and with a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environmentBalanced literacy, self-regulation and play-based inquiry are expectations for the learning modelFlexibility, organizational, and interpersonal skills are also requiredPlease be aware that the availability of staff housing is currently a major problem in most communitiesFor available options, please discuss the matter with the school principalInterested applicants must be Canadian citizens or have landed immigrant statusPlease note this is a term position until the end of the 2018-19 school year with the possibility to extend http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=214376 Grades 10-12 Teacher - Chief Jimmy Bruneau School at Tlicho Community Services Agency, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=223357 The Tlicho Community Services Agency is looking for positive and committed educators capable and willing to embrace the implementation of four key priorities/initiatives in the Tlicho schools and classrooms: literacy/reading; health, wellness & student support; culture-based education; and the development of 21st century learners / critical thinkers.In addition to eligibility for NWT teacher certification, other requirements are specific to the positionInterested applicants are asked to submit cover letter, resume and names of at least three (3) references, including your current supervisor, to the email address or fax number identified:Grades 10-12 Teacher Chief Jimmy Bruneau School(TERM position with the possibility to extend)·The appropriate candidate will be prepared to actively promote self-regulation, culture-based education, and an inquiry-based learning model in the classroom.·Candidates must be prepared to embrace a culture of ongoing professional growth and dialogue through Professional Learning Communities for the purpose of continuously striving for high levels of student learning.·All classrooms are inclusive and comprise students who span varying ability levels so ideal applicants will be experienced in offering individualized student support plans and differentiated instructional strategies accordingly.·There is a region-wide focus on literacy that aligns directly to the regional strategic plan in education, so the successful applicant must be prepared to include literacy strategies in their instruction across all subject areas.·The most appropriate candidate will be an exemplary educator with cross-cultural experience and a strong commitment to community, students and a cross-cultural team environment.·Flexibility, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and a willingness to become involved in the Tlicho way of life outside of the school are a must.Please submit applications (preferably via email) to:Patricia TurnerPrincipalEmail: Patricia_Turner@tlicho.net Fax: (867) 371-3083 http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=223357 Teacher Consultant at Dehcho Divisional Education Council, NT http://jobsearch.educationcanada.com/index.phtml?a=v&j=226379 Dehcho Divisional Education Council invites applications for employment from educators who are collaborative problem solvers motivated by challenge.The Council is responsible for 500 students in eight communities Council staff assists schools to offer holistic, culturally relevant programs that meet the learning needs of all students To this end the Council staff keeps abreast of advances in education an developments in technology that support teacher instructional practice and student learning.This position is located at the Council office in Fort Simpson and reports to the Superintendent.The Teacher Consultant serves as Administrator for the PowerSchool Student Information System and is responsible of its technical management and user support S/H will also be responsible for working cooperatively with NWT Education Culture and Employment staff to assist in planning and implementing required changes and updates as necessary.The Teacher Consultant manages Information Technology Services for the Council office and schools In addition to the DDEC First Class email system, s/he manages the planning, development, implementation, maintenance and management of computer systems for both PC and Macintosh platforms in the Council Office and schools Basic administration of the telephone systems is necessary.The majority of the incumbent's work is self-initiated and independent within established procedures for the position Interaction in person and via various technologies is required on a daily basis with DDEC staff, other government departments and non-government agencies The Teacher Consultant must maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties of the PowerSchool Administrator and Technical Manager To accommodate school schedules, some tasks may be required outside the normal hours of work Extensive travel is required to carry out the duties of the Teacher Consultant Training of Council and school staff is also a requirement of the position. 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