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PBOE 3 Year Education Plan 2018-2021

PBOE has completed and posted a 3 Year Education Plan which is accessible here.

Peigan Board of Education Office Closure - Oct 4 &5 2018


Peigan Board of Education - News Release


Peigan Board of Education Office - Job Postings



Peigan Board of Education 
Piikani Nation Secondary School 
Teacher Job Description 

Overview 

Peigan Board of Education is eager to provide the members of Piikani Nation, as well as other persons attending schools on the Piikani Reserve, with quality education in an authentic learning environment that aims to meet the aspirations of the Piikani people, including the institution of programs and other activities that promote and enhance the Piikani Nation’s unique language, culture and traditions; 


Peigan Board of Education is keen in hiring Teachers who will plan, organize and implement an appropriate instructional program in a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. 


Duties and Responsibilities 

  • use Alberta Education Program of Studies Educational Outcomes to plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experiences 
  • implement Alberta Teacher Association Teacher Quality Standards Knowledge, Skills and Attributes 
  • infuse planning documents and lessons with Piikani ways of knowing/Piikanissini 
  • adhere to Peigan Board of Education Policy 
  • develop long and short range plans, daily lessons plans, and scope and sequence for each course including assessments practices 
  • establish and communicate clear outcomes for all learning activities 
  • prepare classroom for class activities 
  • provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities 
  • identify and select instructional resources and methods to meet students' varying needs 
  • refer, participate and plan assessments of students requiring Special Education/Learning Support services 
  • plan and deliver differentiated instruction to students whose learning support requires such teaching as identified in student Individual Program Plans (IPP) 
  • instruct and monitor students in the use of learning materials and equipment 
  • use relevant technology to support instruction 
  • observe and evaluate student's performance and development 
  • assign and grade class work, homework, tests and assignments 
  • provide appropriate feedback on work 
  • encourage and monitor the progress of individual students 
  • maintain accurate and complete records of students' progress and development 
  • update all attendance records, grading reports, report cards, anecdotal records regularly, accurately and completely 
  • prepare required reports on students and activities 
  • manage student behavior in the classroom by establishing and enforcing rules and procedures 
  • maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school 
  • apply appropriate disciplinary measures where necessary 
  • perform certain learning support duties including student support, counseling students with academic problems and providing student encouragement 
  • participate in extracurricular activities such as social activities, sporting activities, clubs and student organizations 
  • participate in school meetings (staff, parent, committee, divisional, specialist, collaborative) 
  • communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs including attending Parent Teacher Interviews 
  • keep updated through professional development in subject area, teaching resources, methods and new school initiatives and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities 

Education and Requirements 

  • Bachelor of Education or higher from an accredited institution 
  • Alberta Education Teaching Certification – Interim or Professional 
  • Criminal Record Check and Child & Youth Information Module (CYIM) Check 

Key Competencies 

  • compassion and empathy 
  • self-motivation and initiative 
  • verbal and written communication skills 
  • attention to detail and high work standards 
  • problem solving and decision making 
  • organizing and planning 
  • flexibility and adaptability 




Peigan Board of Education 
Piikani Nation Secondary School/Napi’s Playground Elementary School 
School Therapist Job Description 

Overview 

Peigan Board of Education is eager to provide the members of Piikani Nation, as well as other persons attending schools on the Piikani Reserve, with quality education in an authentic learning environment that aims to meet the aspirations of the Piikani people, including the institution of programs and other activities that promote and enhance the Piikani Nation’s unique language, culture and traditions; 


Peigan Board of Education is keen in hiring School Therapists who will plan, organize and implement appropriate socio-emotional and behavioural programs within a learning environment that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their personal potential. School Therapist is a goal-based intervention program that supports school-aged children and their families when situations in life challenge a child’s success. 


Duties and Responsibilities 

  • to provide therapy to youth experiencing family, personal, or social problems 
  • prepares individualized treatment plan for students and families (including long and short range plans for students and families 
  • develops progress reports for community agencies on student and family behavior and performance 
  • respond to referrals made by family members, school staff, students themselves, peers, or community agencies 
  • ability to resolve crisis and conflict situations and develop positive relationships with students and families 
  • support students and families in building coping skills, learn positive strategies to deal with emotions, strengthen family relationships, improve family and school communication, and coordinate services with other community agencies 
  • is available to enhance the development of a student's educational, social and emotional experiences 
  • infuse liaison and counselling strategies with Piikani ways of knowing/Piikanissini 
  • adhere to Peigan Board of Education Policy 
  • infuse healing art therapy strategies and techniques into daily student activities 
  • establish and communicate clear outcomes for all learning activities 
  • prepare lessons for classroom presentations and activities 
  • work with an individual student or group of students as required 
  • provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities 
  • identify and select instructional resources and methods to meet students' varying needs 
  • refer, participate and plan assessments of students requiring Special Education/Learning Support services 
  • use relevant technology to support instruction 
  • observe and evaluate student's development 
  • provide appropriate feedback on liaision/counselling to students, parents, administration, and teachers 
  • encourage and monitor the progress of individual students 
  • maintain accurate and complete records of students' progress and development 
  • update all anecdotal records and/or attendance records regularly, accurately and completely 
  • prepare required reports on students and activities 
  • assist in managing student behavior in the school by establishing procedures 
  • maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school 
  • apply appropriate disciplinary measures where necessary 
  • perform certain learning support duties including student support, counseling students with academic problems and providing student encouragement 
  • participate in extracurricular activities such as social activities, sporting activities, clubs and student organizations 
  • participate in school meetings (staff, parent, committee, divisional, specialist, collaborative) 
  • communicate necessary information regularly to students, colleagues and parents regarding student progress and student needs including attending Parent Teacher Interviews 
  • keep updated through professional development in subject area, teaching resources, methods and new school initiatives and make relevant changes to instructional plans and activities 

Education and Requirements 

  • Minimum of Child Youth Care Work designation from accredited institution or equivalent education and experience. 
  • Criminal Record Check and Child & Youth Information Module (CYIM) Check 

Key Competencies 

  • compassion and empathy 
  • self-motivation and initiative 
  • verbal and written communication skills 
  • attention to detail and high work standards 
  • problem solving and decision making 
  • organizing and planning 
  • flexibility and adaptability 

News Announcement - Funding for Indigenous Languages


Press Release, January 12, 2018



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