Sky School Curriculum Hackathons are two day long rapid curriculum development events, which usually take place over a weekend. Being involved in a hackathon represents an exceptional chance to:
Make a difference to refugee education and become part of a team that creates one module for Sky School’s groundbreaking high school diploma programme
Learn and practise curriculum development strategies in a diverse, energetic and highly capable team. Explore leading practices and educational models for conceptual learning from experts.
Work alongside and form relationships with exceptional educators and experts to build your professional capacity.
Spend a great weekend in a beautiful location with fantastic people whilst growing as an educator and being part of something important.
BECOME A COURSE LEADER
Do you have a strong belief that education is a right for all children and youth? Do you want to develop your capacity as an educational changemaker? Become a Sky School course leader.
Sky School Course Leaders work with core Sky School team to collaboratively lead the development of individual Sky School courses, from conception to implementation and review of the course. Course leaders are supported and mentored by Sky School’s Director of Education, Stuart MacAlpine.
Course leader opportunities available
NON-VIOLENCE, MINDFULNESS AND WELLBEING COURSE LEADER - we are looking for an individual who is passionate about learning and has a strong belief that education is a right for all children and youth and who is keen to develop their teaching and learning practice to collaboratively lead the development of this course. Read more about the course and the role, who we are looking for, and how to apply HERE. Apply by 30 April.
JOIN US AT AN UPCOMING HACKATHON
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP - UWCSEA East, Singapore - 15-16 June
Do you have experience of teaching ethical leadership, leadership or related topics, or experience of designing programmes in these areas? Join an exceptional team of 8-12 individuals to develop a course where learners explore how to create new value for communities through ethical leadership.
NON-VIOLENCE, MINDFULNESS AND WELLBEING - UWCSEA East, Singapore - 15-16 June
Do you have experience of teaching or designing programmes in non-violence, mindfulness or wellbeing, or does your work involve providing mentoring or psychosocial support to students? Join an exceptional team of 8-12 individuals to develop a course where learners will develop their ability to manage complexity and build peace through focusing on personal peace and nonviolence as a way of being and engaging with others.