Primary teachers are needed to play a critical role improving the quality and access of primary education in countries such as Ghana, Tanzania, Malawi, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Nepal and South Sudan.
Placements involve developing the skills and confidence of teachers who have had very little formal training. You will be encouraging teachers to make the most of their resources, developing child-centred learning materials and enabling them to transform classrooms into vibrant learning environments.
A Bachelor’s degree in Education from a recognized university with at least two teaching subjects in the Kenyan primary education curriculum or Diploma level qualification with over 5 years work experience.
Roles and responsibilities
- Classroom teaching
- Develop and organize relevant teaching, learning materials/aids and methodology
- Prepare and maintain schemes of work, lesson plans, lesson notes
- Assess and evaluate students’ performance and provision of remedial action
- Maintain student assessment reports and records of work
- Initiate and organize curricula and co-curricula activities
- Improve and maintain student discipline
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