If you are deeply interested and passionate about education, especially about the schooling years of children and if you feel there is a definite need to re-look, re-think, re-imagine and re-vision, then we at Swadhaa provide a platform for you to engage substantially in bringing forth a meaningful learning environment for children.
We encourage you to get in touch with us, if you are a passionate storyteller, a stand-up comedian, an ardent sportsperson, an avid dancer, a bird watching enthusiast, a creative homemaker, a needle wonder, a poet at heart, a cooking aficionado, a science buff, a naturalist, a hands-on experimenter, a puppeteer, an animation addict, an amateur instrumentalist or vocalist, a ‘wood-pecker’ (carpenter), an administrative wiz, a green goblin (gardener), a cleaning enthusiast!
Study groups, trainings on various subjects, study of what it means to be human through Yoga, meditation, reading and understanding ancient wisdom of Indian seers and work of Dr. Rudolf Steiner form the basis of inner work for Swadhaa teachers.
At Swadhaa, life as a teacher has depth and devotion, is demanding and exhilarating, is full of schedules and plans yet spontaneous and dynamic! All of this, for creating generations who will choose to live life with depth and profoundness.
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Kindly check the current work opportunities below.
Responsibilities include lesson planning and classroom preparation; teaching Main Lesson daily and additional track classes; report writing; attending regular department and faculty meetings; participation in festivals and recitals; communication with parents.
The ideal candidate will have completed Waldorf training and have teaching experience in a Waldorf school, as well as a history of strong classroom management and the ability to maintain professional relationships with parents, faculty and staff. We will also support teachers without Waldorf experience to obtain their Waldorf teacher training during school breaks. Our faculty is looking for a colleague who will enthusiastically join their collaborative work with our Head of School.
A special education teacher works with students who have physical, mental or social difficulties. The job requires a background in many disabilities so the teacher can build bonds of trust in students. That bond helps teachers develop students’ academic and life skills.
If you’re a special education teacher, your work day might include activities like these:
Currently, the opportunity is on a part time basis, going forward it will be a full time engagement.
They are expected to: