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Curriculum development for children and youth

Ann Foundation Inc

15 Apr 2019 Apply now Share
15 Apr 2019 Apply now Share
Background and objectives
Development of a culturally appropriate curriculum to support teaching and learning of the English language. Learners are from disadvantaged children and teens from rural areas. Working from an outcomes-based framework, you will develop detailed materials, activities, and assessments for use by language teachers (tutors). Curriculum materials must also support the personal and social development of learners. Responsibilities: Curriculum development and adaptation based on feedback on learner needs from tutors. Materials must be based on best practices and match the needs of learners. Please apply with a CV which gives your experience in teaching, curriculum development or instructional design. We only accept volunteers with prior experience in curriculum development.
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Special needs education and literacy
The Ann Foundation aspires to empower disadvantaged children through progressive education. Ann Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization creating permanent positive change in the world. Guided by the belief that every child deserves an equal right to education; we provide online and on-the-ground literacy solutions to disadvantaged children and youth.
Volunteers: 5 needed
1-5 hours per week / 26 weeks
A professional background as an educator with knowledge and several years’ experience in curriculum development. Experience in instructional design would be an asset but is not required. Must be willing to work as a member of a team. A commitment of at least 26 weeks is required.

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