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GSO Faculty

 

The majority of the founding faculty consists of a core of international teachers from six countries. Where appropriate, primarily in the teaching of Language, they will be joined by excellent teachers from the region.

GSO teachers, boarding staff, counselors, coaches, and mentors all have one central aim and responsibility: to support the individual needs and aspirations of young people and provide a caring and creative environment, which emphasizes the social, emotional, physical, intellectual, and spiritual development of each student. In our learner-centred community, everyone is considered a learner.

Teachers bring engagement, professionalism, and a strong commitment to foster all students’ passions, potential, and development. They strive continuously to improve or add to their understanding of pedagogy and the social dynamics of a learning community.

In a school fully integrated into a host community, everyone interacts with the community. Teachers are the first to establish open, honest and respectful communications with parents or guardians of the boarding students.

Teachers maintain professional standards and promote a climate that encourages the exercise of professional judgment, collaboration and trust among colleagues.

Teachers are seen as partners in the fundamental ideas and structures that drive the school’s mission.

Teachers’ input is highly valued and they are encouraged to share new ideas and approaches with the school community.

Teachers bring engagement, professionalism, and a strong commitment to fostering the passions, potential, and development of all students.

Teachers pay attention to and support the unique qualities, interests, aspirations, and growth of each student; teachers recognize that each learner is a unique individual and thus that learning styles and needs vary.

Teachers strive to improve or add to their understanding of pedagogy and the social dynamics of a learning community.

Teachers teach and interact with the community in a manner that respects the dignity and rights of all people and receive that respect in return.

Teachers establish open, honest and respectful communications with the students as well as their parents or guardians.

Teachers maintain professional standards and promote a climate that encourages the exercise of professional judgment, collaboration and trust among colleagues.