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Curriculum Leader - Science

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Teachers/Education, Training & Development
Total Position:
Job Type:
Full Time/Permanent ( First Shift (Day) )
Department of Professional Development
Job Location:
No Preference
Minimum Education:
Degree Title:
MA/MS Science, Zoology, Botany or Any Science Related field
Career Level:
Experienced Professional
Minimum Experience:
8 Years
Apply By:
Mar 20, 2023
Posted On:
Feb 20, 2023
Job Description

  • To support and maintain the academic standards in school and provide orientation to science teachers on curriculum development.
  • Monitor and support the implementation of curriculum throughout the region.
  • Conduct lesson observations, notebook scrutiny, reviewing lesson plans and attending coordination meetings.
  • To visit regional schools and maintain records which provide a resource for the annual review and analysis of academic development and achievement.
  • The preparation of Academic Visit Report which guides the school leadership in the continuous development of academic standards.
  • Overall quality assurance for science curriculum implementation
  • Ensure to strengthen TCS curriculum by reviewing it against International Curriculums.
  • Training existing subject-coordinators/mentors for effective curriculum implementation in schools.
  • Propose and plan science development programs (for students).
  • Responsible for exam paper setting as per policy (MYE & EoY) and close liaison with Regional Exam Coordinator/HOD Examination.
  • To monitor internal examination paper checking to ensure consistency, accuracy and in accordance with TCS policies and procedures.

Required Skills

Data Analysis, Curriculum Framework, Security Principles, Team Building, Academic Program Development, Curriculum Assessment,

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