Shaden Al Salman joined King's Academy in 2009 as a faculty member teaching Arabic in the Department of Communication, Rhetoric and the Literary Arts (CRLA) and Islamic theology in the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and Religion (EPR). She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Arabic language from Yarmouk University and a high diploma in special needs studies from the University of Jordan.
Ms. Al Salman spent six years teaching Arabic and religion at the American School of Kuwait, after which she returned to her native Jordan where, for several years, she taught at various private schools in Amman including the Amman National School, the Amman Baccalaureate School, the Modern Montessori School and most recently the International School of Choueifat. At Choueifat, she served in multiple capacities as the school's senior academic quality controller, external exams coordinator and university advisor.
Ms. Al Salman has conducted several teacher training workshops in the Gulf region and has also written a four-stage series of children's stories in coordination with Amman's Majdalawi bookshop.
In 2013, Ms. Al Salman was named head of the Department of World Languages.