Founded in 1964, St John’s International School is a private non-profit educational institution. It is accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSACS).
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St. John’s International School is proud to employ teachers who demonstrate the values, support the vision, and help us achieve the mission of our school. Teachers at the school fully support the ethos and educational approach, both in theory and in action.
Actively supports our system of education and the regulations of the school.
Sees learning as a journey undertaken in the context of the community including students, parents, alumni, staff, and faculty.
Brings strong subject knowledge and educational expertise to his or her teaching and fully commits to continuous learning through professional development, coaching and collaboration.
Differentiates effectively and proactively in the multi-cultural, multi-lingual classroom environment, ensuring non-native English speakers and students with diverse learning needs are encouraged and challenged to reach their own potential.
Embraces the multi-cultural and multi-lingual environment of St. John’s, encouraging engagement from all students and parents to become full participants in the life of the school.
Communicates openly and effectively with students, colleagues, staff, supervisors, parents and community members to understand needs and issues while supporting the learning of each child and the ethos of the school.
Demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills in the classroom, in the staff room, and in all aspects of school and personal life.
Collaborates with colleagues to ensure teams are engaged and successful, initiatives are carried out, and instruction is based on understanding and addressing student need.
Is knowledgeable about curriculum design and development and the developmental needs of children.
Shows the capacity to inspire students to learn
Is organised, efficient and judicious with time commitments.
Is able to use technology in the classroom to enhance learning, to develop curriculum and ensure effective communication about student progress and achievement (e.g. Smartboard, Moodle, Studywiz, Blackbaud etc.).
Commits to supporting the child, the team, the division, the school and the community through teaching as well as volunteering time and energy to initiatives and events outside the classroom (clubs, sports, fine arts, parent programmes, learning academies, etc.).
Demonstrates a sense of humor and ’can-do’ attitude.
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