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Curriculum Developer - Bug O Nay Ge Shig

Posted on 2019-10-08 7:41:20 AM

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Division: Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Title: Ojibwe Language Curriculum Developer Department: Niigaane Reports to: Niigaane Director Work Site: Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School Salary/Status: DOQ/salaried Purpose: Will further develop the curriculum for Ojibwe usage for the Niigaane Immersion School and throughout the K-12 school. Duties and Responsibilities: Epistemology Have high expectations for learners Maintain constant and intimate dialogue with instructors for direction in designing curriculum plan Work with elders to infuse Anishinaabe epistemology in curriculum content, such as Aadizokaanan, traditional seasonal activities, oration, leadership, and values Pedagogy Develop math curriculum specifically using Math Investigations and Accelerated Learning Develop a literacy program for the immersion program Translate or create reading books Create science curriculum based around traditional uses of the environment Develop song books, tapes, and singing activities that incorporate all aspects of the curriculum Design Develop curriculum in the Ojibwe language for grades K-12 Establish clear curriculum road maps ahead of time for instructors to follow Map out state content standards and bench marks for grade levels Integrate MCA test specifications in curriculum plan Develop unit plans for bench marks Oversee the development of daily and weekly lesson plans by instructors. Create valid and reliable assessment tools for curriculum bench marks Create curriculum materials with instructors for classroom use Facilitate development of state tests in Ojibwe. Professional Development Master an understanding of state standard requirements Master understanding of native learning styles and teaching methodologies Research methodologies and train teachers in Constructivism, Accelerated Learning, Contextual Learning, Total Physical Response, and Immersion. Identify and participate in training to become a master curriculum developer Work with general education teachers as mentors for ideas, direction, and materials Perform other duties as assigned Skills and Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in Education with emphasis in Anishinaabe Studies preferred. Must have a valid Minnesota teaching license. Training in curriculum development A minimum of three (3) years teaching experience required. Must have minimal verbal and written Ojibwe Communication. Ability to work closely and effectively with Elders and children. Must successfully pass pre-employment drug testing and State and Federal Background checks. Ability to travel in and out of state, a valid MN driver’s license, current insurance or be insurance. Must have extensive computer experience. Commitment and drive for language revitalization. Willing to work intensive and long hours Physical Requirements: Subject to internal working conditions, non-smoking environment.

Division: Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School

          Title:    Ojibwe Language Curriculum Developer

     Department:      Niigaane

       Reports to:      Niigaane Director

        Work Site:      Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School

   Salary/Status:      DOQ/salaried

Purpose:    Will further develop the curriculum for Ojibwe usage for the Niigaane Immersion School and throughout the K-12 school.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

Epistemology

Have high expectations for learners

Maintain constant and intimate dialogue with instructors for direction in designing curriculum plan

Work with elders to infuse Anishinaabe epistemology in curriculum content, such as Aadizokaanan, traditional seasonal activities, oration, leadership, and values

Pedagogy

Develop math curriculum specifically using Math Investigations and Accelerated Learning

Develop a literacy program for the immersion program

Translate or create reading books

Create science curriculum based around traditional uses of the environment

Develop song books, tapes, and singing activities that incorporate all aspects of the curriculum

Design

Develop curriculum in the Ojibwe language for grades K-12

Establish clear curriculum road maps ahead of time for instructors to follow

Map out state content standards and bench marks for grade levels

Integrate MCA test specifications in curriculum plan

Develop unit plans for bench marks

Oversee the development of daily and weekly lesson plans by instructors.

Create valid and reliable assessment tools for curriculum bench marks

Create curriculum materials with instructors for classroom use

Facilitate development of state tests in Ojibwe.

Professional Development

Master an understanding of state standard requirements

Master understanding of native learning styles and teaching methodologies

Research methodologies and train teachers in Constructivism, Accelerated Learning, Contextual Learning, Total Physical Response, and Immersion.

Identify and participate in training to become a master curriculum developer

Work with general education teachers as mentors for ideas, direction, and materials

Perform other duties as assigned

 

Skills and Qualifications:

A Bachelor’s degree in Education with emphasis in Anishinaabe Studies preferred.

Must have a valid Minnesota teaching license.

Training in curriculum development

A minimum of three (3) years teaching experience required.

Must have minimal verbal and written Ojibwe Communication.

Ability to work closely and effectively with Elders and children.

Must successfully pass pre-employment drug testing and State and Federal Background checks.

Ability to travel in and out of state, a valid MN driver’s license, current insurance or be insurance.

Must have extensive computer experience.

Commitment and drive for language revitalization.

Willing to work intensive and long hours

 

Physical Requirements:

Subject to internal working conditions, non-smoking environment.