THIS POSITION IS FOR TEACHERS WHO ARE NEW TO CALGARY CATHOLIC. IF YOU ARE ALREADY A TEACHER WITH CALGARY CATHOLIC, PLEASE DO NOT APPLY TO THIS POSTING.
If you are a teacher or soon to be graduating teacher and would like to join a vibrant, faith-filled school district, you can apply here.
I. OVERALL ACCOUNTABILITY:
The role of the Teacher is to provide instruction, assess student achievement and communicate with stakeholders in the school district. The teacher will model effective instructional practice, to contribute to job embedded professional development and to help build the schools capacity to support student success. The teacher will teach in a manner that is consistent with the values, morals and ethics of the Catholic faith and within the guidelines of The Alberta School Act, Teaching Quality Standards (TQS), Teaching Professional Code of Conduct and Calgary Catholic School Districts (CCSD) Administrative Procedures.
Bachelor's degree in education from a recognized educational institution
Valid Alberta professional teaching certificate
Knowledge of the Teaching Quality Standards
Knowledge of instructional strategies, resources and materials that support best practices in instructional programming for student success
Knowledge of Alberta Educations mandates related to programming for students with diverse learning needs, including experience with the criteria, process of coding and related Learner Support Plan (LSP) development and implementation.
Knowledge of effective assessment of student learning
Knowledge of effective classroom management techniques that encompass group and individual behavior, peer influences and Catholic values
Competency in the English language both written and oral
Committed to the values of a Catholic school district
Competently plan for, provide and assess instruction to students
Regularly assess student performance and communicate results to students, parents/legal guardians and school administration
Effectively communicate with parents/legal guardians, school personnel, and district personnel where necessary
Maintain a safe and caring environment that fosters student learning
Enhance the permeation of Catholicity throughout the district
Maintain a current knowledge base through ongoing personal professional development
Perform other duties as assigned by the Principal (within the School Act and teachers contract)
PLEASE NOTE THAT DUE TO THE HIGH VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS WE RECEIVE ONLY APPLICANTS SELECTED FOR INTERVIEWS WILL BE CONTACTED.