Printing tool تحميل PDF

Amer Adway

Teacher Development Specialist/Project Teacher of English at Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training Institute

Work experience


English Teacher

Bridging the Gap Project, UAE
Cluster/Project English Teacher-MoE/Adveti Key responsibilities include: Continuous Assessment (Ensuring implementation, results submission & co-ordinate extra CEPA support)
Jun 2009Present


Training Course in Administration and People Management. Sponsored
Trainer-one year (MAG Schools of Tomorrow) Professional Development program., RAK, UAE
Mar 2010Present


Women HCT Educational Department In-service Workshops
Trainee-three weeks RAK, HCT, UAE
Mar 2011Present

Trainer-one year

Teacher Development Specialist

Ministry of Education, UAE
Teacher development Specialist, Duties: Planning, designing, organizing, preparing and delivering professional development programs to address a wide variety needs for school staff, from management and supervisory staff to teachers and other classroom support staff. In addition, serving as a coach and a partner in the ongoing development of the teachers they work with, in part by considering multiple sources of evidence of the teacher's skills, including classroom observations. Classroom Co-teaching, modelling and supervision of teachers while teaching, attending departmental management and school meetings, invigilating internal exams, marking, advising staff on unit and lesson planning and supplying them with teaching resources.

Teacher Development Specialist and Teacher

Mentor, Higher College of Technology(HCT)
Teacher development Specialist and Teacher UAE Duties: Training, co-teaching and mentoring all education staff in appropriate teaching strategies. Sharing information with teachers and assistants related to MAG educational reform program procedures. Allowing teachers and assistants to observe him and other classroom staff, and leading discussions on what was demonstrated. Giving guidance and ideas regarding classroom/time management, discipline, scheduling, planning, and organizing the day. Assisting teachers and assistants in analyzing and arranging the physical environment of the classroom. Offering support to teachers and assistants by listening and sharing own experiences. Utilizing leadership styles that are developmentally appropriate for individual teachers. Promoting self-observation and analysis skills among teachers of English. Understanding the process of change and assisting teachers and assistants in their effective implementation and understanding of the need to change. Resolving conflict between education staff through a variety of effective strategies. Jan 2007-200 8 Educational supervisor of English, Amman, UNRWA Duties: Supporting schools and assisting teachers directly through team/model, co-teaching(plan, teach, and evaluate a lesson with the teacher seeking assistance), and class room observation. Providing, explaining, and demonstrating instructional resources and materials, and monitoring the implementation of up-to-date equitable inclusive quality teaching methods and techniques at all schools I was supporting(40 schools for both male and male students) Supporting schools and teachers in continuing professional development and school-based teacher development programs, and advising on developing and implementing comprehensive, professional development plans that are aligned with teachers' competencies, applying a coherent model of support, adult learning strategies and appropriate models of technical support and research based practices; Assisting and advises the School Principals in setting, implementing and evaluating their School Development Plan, and coordinates continuing professional development needs for all schools I was supporting to enhance school ethos and ensures that the needs of the schools are met; Providing support in curriculum analysis and enrichment to meet the new curricular challenges and innovations and the different aspects of inclusive education

Development Specialist In The Uae

Training Course in Administration and People Management. Sponsored
During the years. I conducted many PDS for teachers of UNRWA(120 teachers and 40 principals whom I was supervising) about different teaching strategies, teaching the four skills, planning, classroom management, exams building, authentic assessments, school development, quality assurance at schools(7 modules), leadership and administration, conflicts management, managing people, communication skills)… etc As a teacher Development Specialist in the UAE
Oct 2006May 2007

School Principal

Amman, UNRWA
School Principal, Duties: Supervising all school personnel, directly and/or indirectly. Serving as the chief administrator of a school in developing and implementing policies, programs, curriculum activities, and budgets in a manner that promotes the educational development of each student and the professional development of each staff member. Conceptualizing the broad goals of the school and plans accordingly to ensure that procedures and schedules are implemented to carry out the total school program. Ensuring that the school program is compatible with the legal, financial and organizational structure of the school system and defining the responsibilities and accountability of staff members and develops plans for interpreting the school program to the community.

School Supervisor In Jordan

Training Course in Administration and People Management. Sponsored
As a principal: I attended a one year in-Service by Institute of Education/UNESCO/UNRWA. As a school supervisor in Jordan
Dec 20052006

Principal Assistant

Principal Assistant, Amman, Jordan, UNRWA Duties: I served as a member of the administrative team to develop and implement the total school program.: assists to implement student orientation and registration activities. Planning the School Program: assists in the development and establishing of the school goals and objectives and the planning of the schools instructional program. Implementing the School Program: assists to provide direction to staff in implementing goals and objectives and interacts and meets with staff to assist in their development Evaluation and Remediation of the School Program: assists in the evaluation of the school program and of staff and assists to initiate needed improvements. Involving the Staff in Budget Allocations: involves the staff in setting budget priorities. Keeping Professionally Competent: acts to upgrade own professional knowledge and skills. Coordinating Budgets and Schedules: assists in the preparation and management of budgets and schedules and in the coordination and implementation of the co-curricular program. Handling Disciplinary Procedures: assists to define and disseminate information about school disciplinary policies and procedures to parents, students, staff and community. Facilitating Organizational Efficiency: promotes and maintains open communications, positive student attitudes, respects dignity, worth of staff, students, and complies with rules. Assisting in Record Keeping: assists in completion of records and reports and in the supervision and inventory of necessary supplies, textbooks, equipment and materials.
Sep 19952005

English Language Teacher

Amman, UNRWA
English Language Teacher, Duties Planning, preparing and delivering lessons to a range of classes and age groups;(grade 10) Preparing and setting tests, examination papers, and exercises; Marking and providing appropriate feedback on oral and written work; Devising, writing and producing new materials, including audio and visual resources; Organising and getting involved in social and cultural activities such as sports competitions, school parties, dinners and excursions; Attending and contributing to training sessions; Participating in marketing events for the language school; preparing information for inspection visits and other quality assurance exercises; freelance teaching on a one-to-one basis; basic administration, such as keeping student registers and attendance records.
Sep 19941995

English Teacher

Aqsa High School
English Teacher,, Amman Duties: Teaching English for grades 11, 12. This teaching practice enabled me to use a plethora of teaching and learning techniques in order to support the teaching and learning of pupils from the full range of abilities. I undertook teaching and other professional duties. In addition to these responsibilities I was able to contribute to extra curricula activities by helping with the school club group. Courses and training attended or conducting




British University in Dubai




Jordan University