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Lead Teachers must possess qualifications needed to effectively teach and be knowledgeable of best practices and methods for the successful development of preschool scholars; typical job duties include developing and implementing lesson plans, supervising academic and emotional development, maintaining open communication with parents to include scholar assessments, coordinating with other preschool teachers, and helping with daily transitions.
Assistant Teachers are responsible for contributing to the healthy mental and emotional development of each scholar. Conducts daily small-group activities for an assigned group of children, sharing responsibility for large-group activities and using appropriate adult/child interactions strategies with all scholars. Works cooperatively with the lead teacher to discuss and aide in the implementation of daily plans in accordance with the current curriculum and adhering to all policies and rules of Bright From The Start. He or she must help organize the classroom and plan intellectual activities for children, per the lead teacher’s requests.
A Floater assists with activities for scholars, such as storytelling or art projects. They provide coverage for breaks for other staff members as well as instruct and supervise scholars in social and developmental activities. Floaters promote individualized attention for children by freeing teachers from routine duties, helps with feeding and with diaper changes, and generally provide one-on-one attention when needed. He or she must help organize the classroom and plan intellectual activities for children, per the lead teacher’s requests. Floaters also provide coverage for breaks for other staff members
Lead Preparatory employs qualified preschool teachers to prepare scholars for kindergarten by easing them into organized education. The educators teach them important elements that they will encounter soon after they enter school life.
Our preschool teachers must have a great love and patience for children. They must possess qualifications needed to teach them effectively include knowledge of best practices and preschool educational methods as well as the ability to engage them and earn their trust and attention.
The goal is to contribute to the healthy mental and emotional development of the scholar so they can more easily acclimate in the next level of education.
Preschool teachers are responsible for the early education of children in their care. Duties and responsibilities of our preschool teachers include developing and delivering interactive learning programs designed to engage and educate young scholars. Examples of preschool teacher duties and responsibilities include:
- Develop a careful and creative program/lesson plan suitable for each scholar.
- Employ a variety of educational techniques (storytelling, educational play, media etc.) to teach scholars
- Observe each scholar to help them improve their social competencies and build self-esteem
- Encourage scholars to interact with each other and resolve occasional arguments
- Guide scholars to develop their artistic and practical capabilities through a carefully constructed curriculum (identify shapes, numbers or colors, do crafts etc.)
- Establish and enforce rules of behavior for children in their classrooms
- Organize nap and snack hours and supervise scholars to ensure they are always safe
- Track scholars progress and report to parents
- Communicate with parents regularly to understand the scholar’s background and psyche
- Collaborate with other educators
- Adapt teaching methods and materials to meet the interest and learning styles of scholars
- Maintain a clean and tidy classroom consistent with health and safety standards
- Employing a variety of educational techniques (storytelling, educational play, media etc.) to teach scholars.
- Observe each scholar to help them improve their social competencies and build self-esteem.
Assistant Teachers and Floaters are responsible for assisting lead teachers daily. They are also responsible carrying out the duties of a lead teacher in their absence. We require that all employees be knowledgeable of best practices and preschool educational methods