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Teacher Job Description: Top Duties and Qualifications

Last updated: December 18/01/, 2023

A Teacher, or Classroom Instructor, is responsible for supervising, educating and supporting students to help them accomplish learning benchmarks. Their duties include planning lessons that target specific skills and concepts, managing classroom behavior to keep all students engaged in the lesson and providing individual support and feedback for their students.

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Teacher duties and responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of Teachers very depending on the age and abilities of their students. Primary School Teachers typically have a heavier focus on social and formative skills, while Secondary and Postsecondary School Teachers focus on selecting and developing skills for specific career paths. Examples of their common duties and responsibilities include:


  • Proven experience as a teacher
  • Thorough knowledge of teaching best practices and legal educational guidelines partnered with a willingness to follow the IQRA Tutor’s policies and procedures
  • Excellent communicability and interpersonal skills
  • Well-organized and committed
  • Creative and energetic
  • Strong moral values and discipline
  • Knowledge of CPR
  • Degree in teaching or in a specialized subject with a certificate in education Responsibilities:
  • Establishing and enforcing rules of behavior for students in the classroom
  • Preparing lessons, units and projects to complete learning objectives
  • Establishing and communicating clear objectives for lessons, units and projects
  • Adapting teaching methods and materials to meet the interests and learning styles of students
  • Encouraging students to explore learning opportunities and career paths
  • Creating, assigning and grading various assessments for students, including tests, quizzes, essays and projects
  • Working with students one-on-one when they need extra help or attention
  • Tracking and evaluating student academic progress
  • Leading parent-teacher meetings
  • Maintaining positive relationships with students, parents, coworkers and supervisors
  • Managing student behavior
  • Creating a safe, respectful and inclusive classroom environment
  • Communicating regularly with parents
  • Helping students improve study methods and habits
  • Administering tests to evaluate students’ progress

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