Tawfik started his professional career as Global Studies teacher at Theodore Roosevelt High School in 2000. Here, he worked to model social responsibility in local and global contexts. He helped the learners find appropriate actions to improve local and global conditions. Besides, he served as the Dean of Student Discipline here.
Currently, Tawfik is employed as Assistant Principal Intern/Social Studies Teacher at Charles County Board of Education. He loves to teach his students the concepts of government, geography, economics, history, and current events.
Tawfik formerly served as an instructional specialist at High School Consortium where he collaborated with the school principals to regularly analyze the school wide plan, plan interventions and make the curricular adjustments. Besides, he instructed, guided, and supported the students through his good communication and problem solving skills.
Pertaining to his expertise as an Assistant Principal, Tawfik Adams formerly served as Assistant Principal at Oxon Hill High School. He possessed a great vision, proactiveness, ability to handle stress, and an outgoing personality. Besides, Tawfik evaluated the assigned personnel for the purpose of ensuring that standards were achieved and performance was maximized.
Adding to his accomplishments, Tawfik Adams completed his Doctorate Educational Leadership from Bowie State University in 2017. Besides, he earned Dissertation of the Year Award 2017 for his dissertation titled “ A Qualitative Analysis; Determining the Impact Principal Leadership Style (Transactional, Transformational, Laissez-Faire ) on Teacher Job Satisfaction at Various Career Stages (Early, Middle, Late)”. Tawfik holds a professional certificate in Leadership from Southern Connecticut State University. Besides, he possesses Maryland Advanced Professional Certificate in endorsements including Admin I and Admin II, and History.
About Tawfik Adams
Formerly serving as an Assistant Principal at Bladensburg High School, Tawfik Adams helped in providing leadership for overall instructional programs. It included selection and hiring of support and instructional staff. In 2011, Tawfik served as Assistant Principal at Oxon Hill High School where he represented the school within community forums for the purpose of maintaining ongoing community support for educational goals. He also assisted with the issues related to school environment.