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Include These Instructional Coach Skills
- Provide instructional coaching to teachers
- Extensive knowledge in curriculum planning
- Excellent command of written and oral communication skills
- Time management
- Organizational skills
A cover letter is vital when applying for Instructional Coach positions. We have created a sample cover for an Instructional Coach for your guidance.
Dear Ms. Muir,
I am writing to apply for the position of an Instructional Coach at Magnus Public School as advertised online. I have the relevant education and experience required by your institution. I have a Master’s degree in Education, and I have taught Languages for over seven years. I am well acquainted with the state’s curriculum. Furthermore, I have remained current on all new information and technology associated with education.
I am passionate about curriculum development and implementation as I believe it is where the future starts for our younger generations. I have experience in monitoring the progress of the students and making improvements in the curriculum to enhance learning. My knowledge and skills aid me in choosing the appropriate technology and resources for a school. I ensure that the school’s curriculum meets government standards.
Some of the tasks I have been involved in are listed below:
Developed programs and training material for teachers
Placed orders for textbooks and other learning materials
Attend curriculum and student performance meetings
I feel very strongly about students receiving the best education available, and I know that I have the training and experience to make this happen at your school. I hope to meet with you in person to discuss these skills further. Thank you for taking the time to review my skills and read my cover letter. You can reach me for an interview by phoning or emailing me as per details provided in my attached resume. I look forward to meeting with you.