High School Science Teacher - Bolivia
- High School
- Licensed Teacher
- Teaching Credential/License
- Current state or provincially issued teacher certification
- Minimum of an undergraduate degree
- Housing provided
- Free local dental coverage
- World class health benefits
- Transportation to and from school.
Highlands International School (HIS) was founded on February 2, 2003. Since May 19, 2003, HIS has been a member of the Network of International Christian Schools (NICS), with many schools around the world. HIS is an international Christian school that provides an environment of academic excellence and respect for people of all cultures and religions. Highlands International School is a community of students, parents, and Christian educators, working together as a NICS network school, to instill in each student a passion for truth, a commitment to excellence, and an appreciation for diversity. HIS Core Values: Servant Leadership, Christ-like Compassion, Biblical Stewardship.
The Highlands Secondary teacher must be able to follow the Highlands curriculum guide (scope & sequence, standards, benchmarks, and resources) and couple it with their own personal curriculum plan (yearlong, unit and lesson plans) and deliver from a Christian worldview their best, most rigorous and enthusiastic teaching to a diverse audience.
Teach HS Science Curriculum guides. Effect student learning through mastery of the subject material by utilizing valid teaching techniques to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy.
High School (9-12)
Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy, and Physiology
The Network of International Christian Schools is an organization that consists of 15 schools in 13 countries in Asia, Africa, South America, Europe and North America.
The mission of NICS is to establish a worldwide network of international Christian schools staffed by qualified Christian educators, instilling in each student a Biblical worldview in an environment of academic excellence and respect for people of all cultures and religions.
From Andes to Amazon, Bolivia has plenty to inspire teachers looking for adventure. With over 30 official languages, the country is as diverse as it is beautiful, but modern economic development has also brought the need for English-language education. English teachers are in high demand, and opportunities are available throughout the country.