AES seeks a Middle School Teaching and Learning Coordinator to provide leadership and coordination in the development and implementation of curriculum in the elementary, middle and high schools; to work with staff and leadership for curriculum development, articulation, implementation and assessment.
Qualifications and Experience
Master’s Degree in Education/Curriculum/Leadership
Minimum 5 years teaching and 3 years in a formal leadership position in a PK-Grade 12 international/American School
Cognitive Coaching/Adaptive School Training
Instructional coaching experience
Use of data for informing instruction
Experience with Accreditation Self-Study
Candidates must apply through our online web portal: https://careers.aes.ac.in/vacancies/ or email their application to email@example.com , and attach a cover letter, educational philosophy, resume and a list of at least three references with contact details in one PDF document. Referees should include your current supervisor and may include one administrative colleague. Open letters of reference from supervisors or Board members are welcome and should be included in the single PDF, but they will not substitute for referee contact information.
Reporting to the Middle School Principal, and in conjunction with building level leadership, this position is primarily responsible for the following:
To provide leadership and coordination, in one division, in the development and implementation of PK-12 curriculum documents
To work with staff in developing and documenting units of study, common assessments, and other documents that make up the PK-12 Curriculum Framework at AES
To provide support, within a division or across divisions, through presentations, coaching conversations, and other resources for deepening skills in curriculum, assessment, and instruction for teachers.
To support the work and projects of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC).
Has supervision and evaluation responsibilities of faculty.
Directs and supports:
Development, reflection and revision of curricular units through the Understanding by Design curriculum model, using adopted standards and research-based information to guide instruction and assessment design.
Teachers and administrators in collecting and analyzing common (internal and external) assessment data.
Teachers one-on-one and in small groups to increase competency and skills around curriculum development, implementation of curriculum, instruction and pedagogy, assessment literacy and using assessment data.
Divisional administrators to support professional learning opportunities for teachers
Orientation of new faculty, in one division, to the AES curriculum and assessment processes and expectations.
Any other areas of focus, growth, or development, determined by senior leaders, (e.g. Standards-Based Grading and Reporting, inquiry approach, curriculum frameworks).
Middle level leadership in leading teams and in professional learning
Divisional Faculty meetings as needed.
Curriculum meetings in a designated division and/or PK-12
Meetings with Principals, MOCHA teams, and SLT when needed
Committee meetings, parent meetings, and other meetings as determined.
in professional development as needed in regard to professional learning and school initiatives.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The American Embassy School has a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels of our organization. The school strives to uphold its inclusion statement which says “we celebrate the strength of our diversity and are committed to nurturing a culture of belonging”. This means that each and every person who is a member of our school community should feel that they belong, are trusted, and are valued. The American Embassy School welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds, and strongly encourages candidates from traditionally underrepresented communities or groups to apply.