Do you have a passion for education, are you curious and would you like to be part of an international development team of teachers? The Sister Schools foundation is looking for enthusiastic and enthusiastic educational developers.
Skills and Qualifications:
Relevant experience in educational development.
Vision for digital educational innovation and 21st-century skills.
Team player with a diverse and international mindset.
Proficiency in structuring and creating engaging blended learning lessons.
Alignment with Sister Schools’ mission and vision.
A growth-oriented and inquisitive attitude to co-create new learning environments and educational content.
As a member of our Educational Innovation & Development (EID) team, you will collaborate with professionals to design lessons for a 2-year global citizenship program aimed at students aged 10-12 and 13-15. These lessons will be presented in PowerPoint format, accompanied by comprehensive teacher manuals. Additionally, you’ll be responsible for integrating tasks, assignments, resource materials, learning objectives, and assessment methods into MoMo’s online learning platform, the DEEP platform.
Sister Schools advocates the use of technology and the cultivation of new skills to foster cross-cultural understanding among students from diverse backgrounds. Through their curiosity and collaborative spirit, students learn to bridge differences and work together effectively.
Your role will involve close collaboration with the program director, the team leader in the Netherlands, and our dedicated team in Kenya.
What You’ll Gain:
Membership in the MoMo Movement, a community of individuals committed to equal educational opportunities through intercultural digital exchange programs.
Participation in monthly meetings and dinners to foster connections and share insights.
Valuable work experience to enhance your CV.
Involvement in an innovative, globally expanding organization.
The chance to collaborate with a diverse, enthusiastic, and motivated team working toward a global educational goal.
The Value of Volunteering:
In line with Nelson Mandela’s belief that education is the most potent weapon for changing the world, your participation in a Sister Schools project indirectly contributes to poverty reduction. Sister Schools facilitates learning and collaboration among students, teachers, and volunteers from various cultures. Your work has the potential to make a positive impact and combat polarization.
Approximately 4 to 8 hours per week
Apply now by clicking “The Button” to join our mission. Please include a brief motivational statement along with your CV. Don’t hesitate to apply; we are excited to get to know you and welcome you to our team!