Job Title: Islamic Studies Teacher

CompanyAcadsHR

Type:  Full-time

Experience:  0 to 1 year

Salary:  AED 5000 - 5500

Education:  Bachelor

  Location:  Abu Dhabi Emirate, United Arab Emirates

Workplace Policy:  Onsite & Offsite

Posted On:  12/01/2022

Location: Al Ain, United Arab Emirates - United Arab Emirates
Education Qualification - Bachelor's in Islamic and B.Ed. or teaching diploma is must

As an Islamic Teacher you must:

  • Cultivate and promote love for Islam and Islamic values within pupils;
  • Be cognizant of the school’s policies, aims, objectives and organizational procedures in such a way as to contribute positively, sensitively and harmoniously to their achievement;
  • Take responsibility for the progress of a class of primary age pupils in the subjects assigned;
  • Teach, according to their educational needs, the pupils assigned to them, including the setting and marking of work to be carried out by the pupil at school or elsewhere;
  • Undertake activities as may be necessary to carry out an assessment of pupil progress and levels of achievement, including the administration and supervision of examinations as may be necessary;
  • Provide reports on pupils and make relevant records and reports on the academic, personal and social needs and progress of the pupil;
  • Promote the well-being and progress of each pupil;
  • Plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work and lessons, that cater for the needs of the whole ability range within their class;
  • Advise and co-operate with other teachers on the preparation, development, review and evaluation of schemes of work, teaching programmes, materials, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements;
  • Participate in team and staff meetings;
  • Take part in cover arrangements;
  • Take part in managing other staff;
  • Attend and deliver assemblies;
  • Supervise pupils at periods before, during and after school as assigned on the appropriate rotas;
  • Review from time to time their methods of teaching and programmes of work and participate in arrangements for further training and professional development as a teacher, staying up to date with changes and developments in Islamic curricula published by other schools or organizations or as necessitated by circumstances or as requested by the head teacher;
  • Consult with parents and be available for consultation by parents;
  • Order competitively priced learning resources for the teaching-learning needs of their class, according to the school’s procedural policy;
  • Ensure the attendance register is taken each session and kept up-to-date with pupil details and statistical calculations whenever the roll-call falls into your it is your responsibility to do so;
  • Assist and advise class teachers in organising the classroom and learning resources to create an Islamic, positive learning environment