- Licensed Teacher
- 5 years of teaching experience
- Teaching Credential/LicenseOther Certification
- Instructional Coach Certificate
- American curriculum experience/training
- Housing allowance or shared accommodation
- 1 economy ticket once a year back to home country
- Medical Insurance
Al Ittihad Private School Jumeira is a CIS/NEASC accredited private school serving over 2400 students (mainly Emirati students) from Pre-KG to grade 12. We are rated a "Good" school by KHDA and we follow the American curriculum (California Standards & Common Core Standards). We have a beautiful campus in the heart of Jumeirah. The school's vision focuses on two main parts: maintining heritage and global thinking.
The Literacy Instructional Coach will provide instructional support and coaching to teachers as they work to ensure that each student is able to reach his or her academic potential. The Literacy Instructional Coach’s primary role is to lead building efforts to increase literacy achievement for all student populations and work with teachers to support best practices in using data, provide analysis of school-wide trends in instruction, and make recommendations about potential next steps to address areas of need. As an advisor to teachers and the leadership team, the Literacy Instructional Coach is responsible for four main areas: a) observing instructional delivery and providing feedback to enhance and support the development of each teacher's content area b) supporting teachers in the design of units and lessons for the development of their year-long curriculum, c) analyzing data in order to modify curriculum and forms of assessment to meet students' needs, and d) working with the academic staff (grade level leaders, assistant principals, principals) in the school to support sharing of best practices.
The Literacy Instructional Coach must take a hands-on approach to improving instruction and effectiveness by working at various grade levels (1-8) to directly improve English Language Learner literacy skills, student learning, and foster teacher development. This may include modeling lessons in classrooms, helping teacher groups plan instruction, creating system-wide literacy policies and procedures, and facilitating professional development.
When you visit AL ITTIHAD PRIVATE SCHOOL (ISP-J) you will see a vibrant school community with exceptional educational professionals, recruited from around the world, who are committed to delivering a true American education in a local setting.
We belong to the Al Ittihad Private Schools and are considered the Flagship school. The first IPS school opened in Dubai 1978. Currently, we have a total of five schools in the UAE (Al Ain, Dubai, Abu Dhabi). Our branch, Al Ittihad Private School Jumeira, opened its doors in 1998 to meet the growing needs of Emirati students in Dubai; and now, 21 years later, IPS-J has become one of the premier Emirati schools in Dubai offering the American curriculum. We are located in the heart of Jumeirah and offer outstanding facilities that provide the best possible spaces for our committed teachers and coaches to inspire and adapt to the demands of the modern age while at the same time preserve our cultural heritage.
Technology, art, physical education, library, classroom and common spaces all communicate a message that learning is the core purpose and highly valued at IPS-J. With the support of the Board of Directors, the Leadership Team and the highly supportive parent community, IPS-J provides comprehensive programs and education
IPS-J serves over 2400 Emirati students from Pre-KG to grade 12. We are fully accredited by CIS and NEASC and rated as a “Good” school by KHDA.
Our core values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Compassion guide our actions and promote a culture of inclusiveness and engagement. Our focus on student learning in a safe, secure environment ensures that each of our students is encouraged to reach his or her potential each day. We are fully committed to the wellbeing of our students and staff.