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Special Teacher - Bangalore


Founded in 2002, the Singapore-based Global Schools Foundation cultivates and nurtures young minds into global leaders across Southeast Asia, Middle East and India. Following high standards in governance, established academic criteria, and well-administered management processes, the Foundation has completed more than 17 exemplary years marked by international recognition for achieving excellence in school education. Global Indian International School (GIIS) is an initiative of Global Schools Foundation (GSF), which has already acquired an unmatched reputation for establishing award-winning schools across Asia. GIIS is perhaps the only institution in the world to have won innumerable international awards for excellence in education and produced 17 worldwide toppers in IB and CBSE toppers in South East Asia and MENA.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree with Diploma in Special Education as per RCI 

TEFL/TESOL certificate preferred

2-5 yrs. of teaching experience in CBSE curriculum as Special Educator

Overview

The primary role of a Special Educator is to deliver classroom instruction that helps students who require learning support to learn and develop students' abilities, interests and coordinate through mode of creative activities.

Responsibilities

 

- Collaborate with other classroom teachers, school counsellors to provide an integrated plan for developing the capacities of the students who need learning support.

- Set learning goals for each student, assess their progress, and record their evaluations.

- Arranging various methods to develop lesson plans as per child’s existing calibre.

- Update parents on the progress of their students and enlist parental support with behaviour control and home activities designed to supplement their classroom lessons.

- Supervise and train teaching assistants. 

- Help plan for the transition of their students to productive lives after the completion of their secondary education.

Apply

Please send your CV complete with qualifications and references to <[email protected]>



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