Germany : Special Education Teachers (BFA)
Black Forest Academy provides a quality, international Christian education that equips its students to influence their world through biblical thought, character, and action. TEAM is one of Black Forest Academy's sponsoring organizations. For more about BFA, go to their website: http://bfacademy.com/.
BFA provides an English language education for grades 4-12. Grades 1-3 are part of a bilingual school, Christliche Schule Kandern. BFA serves the children of international Christian workers and international business families who want a North American curriculum that incorporates a Christian worldview. BFA has an enrollment of approximately 310 students, about 50% of the 7th-12th grade students are residents in the boarding program.
BFA's commitment to quality, international, Christian education means that BFA is a great place to grow through service. BFA is seeking men and women who are passionate about missional Christian education, who will serve as models to students of what it means to follow Christ. Prayerfully consider how God may want to use you to be involved in global missions at Black Forest Academy. It’s not just a job; it’s an opportunity to change lives.
The educational therapists working in the Discovery Program seek to meet the unique academic needs of students with learning disabilities with the goal of enabling them to function independently and successfully in the classroom and in life.
Responsibilities and Duties
To implement National Institute for Learning Development (NILD) educational therapy
To communicate regularly with parents, teachers, and residence staff
To maintain daily and annual student records
To implement annual testing
To engage in professional development
To maintain a high spiritual and professional standards
Position requires NILD level 1 training
Interested applicants should browse current job openings on BFA’s website and fill out a pre-application online. At the same time, it’s a good idea to fill out a preliminary application with TEAM because all BFA staff members come through an international mission organization. As such, each staff member must provide his or her own financial support through donations (usually tax-deductible) from churches, family, friends, or personal savings.
TEAM and BFA prefer that applicants commit to a two-year minimum stint. It takes a certain amount of time to adjust to living and working in a new setting, doubly so in a foreign culture. In cases of dire need, the school might give its okay for a one-year commitment.
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