Arabic Teacher - Madinat Zayed, United Arab Emirates - ADNOC Schools - Madinat Zayed Campus

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    Aldar Education is currently seeking high-performing Arabic Teachers for the
    August 2024 Start. The current vacancy is based in ADNOC School, Madinat
    Zayed in Western Region, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

    ADNOC Schools are Massachusetts State Curriculum schools with superb
    facilities in Abu Dhabi City and the Western Region of Abu Dhabi Emirate.

    The Massachusetts Curriculum is one of the most highly regarded and
    successful curricula in the United States, with close links to prestigious
    higher education institutions such as Harvard University and the
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Graduates of ADNOC Schools receive the
    American High School Diploma - the standard entry qualification for US
    colleges and universities.

    This is an exciting opportunity to join the highly successful Aldar family of
    schools and to help shape the future of Abu Dhabi's leading school group.

    The successful candidates will be closely aligned with our core values and
    ethos and possess a genuine understanding and appreciation of the values of
    the region.

    *Responsibilities :

    • Creating a climate for learning that is conducive to outstanding

    • Identifying clear teaching and learning objectives
    • Setting tasks that challenge students and ensure high levels of

    • Setting appropriate and demanding expectations;
    • Setting clear targets, building on prior attainment;
    • Identifying SEN or very able students and ensuring that their needs are
    met through differentiation;

    • Providing clear structures for lessons maintaining pace, motivation, and

    • Making effective use of assessment for learning;
    • Making effective use of performance data and key indicators to inform
    planning and therefore deliver differentiated lessons

    • Maintaining discipline by the school's 'Behaviour for Learning
    Policy' and encouraging good practice about punctuality, behavior,
    standards of work, and homework;

    • Assess how well learning objectives have been achieved and use them to
    improve specific aspects of teaching;

    • Mark students work at least once every two weeks and set targets for

    • Using performance data to inform planning and therefore ensuring the
    Learning and Teaching continue to 'add value'

    • Assess and record students' progress systematically and keep records to
    check work is understood and completed, monitor strengths and areas for
    development, inform planning, and recognize the level at which the student
    is achieving

    • Assess students as requested by examination bodies, departmental and
    school procedures

    • Prepare and present informative reports to parents
    • Take part in subject development by producing, reviewing, and updating
    curriculum plans and schemes of work

    • Keep subject knowledge up-to-date through CPD and professional reading
    • Attend professional development workshops as appropriate
    • Undertake additional duties as required by the Principal or Vice Principal
    as appropriate.

    *Using a variety of teaching strategies to: i. match approach to content, structure information, present a set of key
    ideas, and use appropriate vocabulary

    ii. use effective questioning, listen carefully to students, give attention
    to errors and misconceptions

    iii. select appropriate learning resources and develop study skills through
    the library, I.C.T., and other learning technologies;