DohaDate Posted : 18 / 03 / 2020ACS Doha is looking for a Lower School Arabic Teacher to join their team. They will work as part of the Lower School team, teaching Arabic to students with varying levels of skills and ability.
Knowledge, skills and experience : Bachelor degree in Arabic LiteratureTeaching qualificationExperience teaching relevant subject to (LS) students essentialStrong IT skills preferred, good IT skills essentialExperience teaching in an international school and the PYP curriculum preferredDemonstrates consistently high standards of personal and professional conductFluent in English & Arabic both verbal and writtenProfessional KnowledgeDemonstrate in depth and accurate knowledge and understanding of the curriculum, subject content and the developmental needs of students by providing relevant learning experiences that set high expectations that enable students' use of higher level skills as appropriate.
Plan using the school's curriculum, effective strategies, resources, and data to meet the needs of all students ensuring that lessons are well planned with differentiating instructions, engaging content, planned learning is delivered and a love of learning is promoted.
Effectively engage students in learning by using a variety of differentiated instructional strategies to meet individual student learning needs, including help for students needing additional learning support, working with Resource teachers, including EAL and learning differences specialists, to support the learning needs of all students.
Assessment of / for Learning Systematically gather, analyse and use data to measure student progress and learning, guide instruction, provide timely feedback, inform own teaching and support curriculum development so that both students and the school achieve academic excellence.
Use resources, routines, and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe and student-centered environment that is conducive to learning.
Work collaboratively with colleagues to develop teaching and learning resources for students at different levels, including on-line Virtual Learning Environment-based resources and materials, to address the students' learning needs and the agreed curriculum for shared use in the department.
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