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The following jobs are still vacant, please let any of your Indonesian teaching friends know.
- An ICT teacher
- Physics teacher
- Mandarin teacher
- Primary Counselor
- Primary Math Integrated Teacher
- An ECE (Early Years or TK teacher)
All applicants must hold qualifications suitable for the position with a high GPA.
Very good or excellent English skills are required. (Excepting the Mandarin teacher)
Experience in the role is preferred.
Preferably have national plus/international school experience especially IB/Cambridge Programmes.
You may email a covering letter and CV to email@example.com
A former student of mine asked me some questions regarding breadth vs depth in education, which in itself can be a very large topic, point of discussion and directed me towards a blog discussion; Continue reading
Tomorrow will be the first day of SVP’s Career Days 2014 brought to you by our ever helpful, PSG (Parent Support Group). Tomorrow’s agenda will include two quite famous and well regarded Keynote Speakers, Pak Ricky Suroso and Ibu Ina Liem. All students from Year 7-Year 12 are invited as well as interested parents. The location is Amarta Hall, starting at 8:00am. Continue reading
Congratulations to all our students who are heading to these different Universities and locations, we wish you all the best and know that you will Champions there as well! Continue reading
Dear Heads & Coordinators of Primary Schools,
On 6 September 2014, the IB will by holding a special Symposium in Bali to address teaching and learning for both Early Years and Primary Years students. Starting with a Plenary Speaker, Fiona Zinn, an expert in both Early and Primary years, the Symposium will address all major areas of teaching. Continue reading
Dear GJIS Community,
We invite you and your family to come along to view our students Artwork (PYP, MYP and DP)
Where : Bintaro XChange Mall Ground Floor
When : 17-22 June 2014
What time : 10.00 am-8 pm
Hope to see you there!
Over the last two weeks Global Jaya International School has hosted a dozen teachers from Yogjakarta International School, whom are a candidate school for IB MYP. The programme involved the teachers being given a tour of the school, observing a number of lessons, observing Arts Fest Week preparations and a MUN General Assembly. They then had sevaral meetings with staff from their various subject areas to ask questions and share Unit Plans, Assessment tasks and other ideas.
The subject areas represented were; History, Mathematics, Bahasa Indonesia, Arts, French, Mandarin, Spanish, IT, PE, Design and Science.
We feel that collaborating like this shows that Global Jaya teachers are actually living the IB Learner Profile and that assisting other schools in the region with their MYP journey helps strengthen IB MYP overall in Indonesia, as well as giving a good name to Global Jaya as leaders of IB education in Indonesia
The following is a rough transcript of some meeting notes chaired by the Ditjen PAUDNI, Dr Lydia Freyani Hawadi, on the 22nd of May in Jakarta to socialize the new regulations 31/2014 signed 23rd Apri,l 2014 by the Minister of Education and Culture, Muhammad Nuh. Approx 44 schools that have kindergartens or playgroups were invited and in attendance.
Here is an update on the MYP workshops in Jakarta in August 29-31. We sent an email to all MYP coordinators to remind them to register before the school holidays. All workshops are now confirmed which is great: The numbers are the participant numbers so far. One more for Design would make it perfect!! Let’s say…it is “practically perfect”. PYP is not that well supported and we are hoping for improved registrations over the next few weeks. Continue reading