KG Teacher - Abdulla Bin Otaiba Charter School
- Early Childhood
- Licensed Teacher
- 2 years of teaching experience
- Bachelor's Degree in KG/Early Childhood Education
- Teaching Credential/License
- Bachelor's Degree in KG/Early Childhood Education or B.A or B.Sc degree with PGCE (with stated KG/Early Childhood focus) is essential
Minimum Experience :
- At least 2 years of experience as a Kindergarten Teacher.
Job-Specific Knowledge and Skills:
- A good knowledge of KG/Early Childhood pedagogy
- Knowledge of the US Curriculum is an advantage
- Passion for teaching and commitment to educating the whole child
- A high level of professionalism and consideration for the well-being of children
- A positive and solution-focused attitude to working life
To be discussed after the interview.
ABO follows the US (AERO) Curriculum and is a large and thriving Charter School, with 1550 students, from KG1 to Grade 5. The ABO aims to be a collaborative, student-centered school, to constantly develop staff, to develop stakeholder voices, and to keep evolving in our practice, so demonstrating a change agent attitude.
The successful candidate must have a secure knowledge of teaching and learning and a track record of implementing effective strategies to raise standards and plug gaps in learning. The successful candidates will be able to demonstrate leadership skills/experiences at a variety of levels.
The successful candidate will be able to model outstanding planning and teaching and learning strategies, with an understanding of priorities to move a grade group forward. To be willing to coach and motivate others when support is needed. To be effective in working collaboratively in a team.
The successful candidate will be closely aligned with our core values and ethos and possess a genuine understanding and appreciation of the values of the region.
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.
Planning, Preparation, Teaching and Lesson Management:
- Teach allocated students by planning their teaching to achieve outstanding progression of learning through.
- Creating a climate that is conducive to outstanding learning and teaching
- Planning collaboratively with grade group colleagues
- Identifying clear teaching objectives and success criteria and specifying how they will be taught and assessed.
- Setting tasks that challenge students and ensure high levels of interest; setting appropriate and demanding expectations;
- Identifying SEN or gifted and talented pupils
- Provide clear structures for lessons maintaining pace, motivation, and challenge;
- Making effective use of assessment and ensuring coverage of programs of study;
- Ensuring effective teaching and best use of available time;
- Safeguard students’ health and safety both when are authorized to be on the school premises and when they are engaged in authorized school activities elsewhere.
- Maintaining discipline following ABO’s procedures and encouraging good practice about punctuality, behavior, standards of work, and homework;
- Ensuring students acquire and consolidate knowledge, skills, and understanding appropriate to the subject taught;
- Evaluating own teaching critically to improve effectiveness;
- Ensuring the effective and efficient deployment of classroom support.
- Monitoring, Assessment, Recording, and Reporting.
- Monitor students' work and set targets for progress;
- Use performance data to inform planning and therefore ensure the teaching and learning 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 in line with ABO procedures;
- Prepare and present informative reports to parents and other professionals as requested.
- Take part in the review and development of action plans which identify clear targets and success criteria
- Contribute to the whole school’s planning activities.
- Contribute to the review and development of the curriculum and assessment arrangements
Aldar Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. Offers of appointment are subject to satisfactory references and police clearance.
Aldar Charter School - Abdulla Bin Otaiba Campus
Abdulla Bin Otaiba School has now been open 4 years, it follows the US (AERO) Curriculum and is a large and thriving Charter School, with @ 1550 students.