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Top 50 Head Start Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Head Start Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Head Start Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.4% of Head Start Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Head Start Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Head Start Teacher:

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Arranged classroom according to ECERS standards and implemented an effective classroom management strategy that positively impacted students' behaviors.
  • Mature classroom management skills through daily routines and implementation of structure with behavior challenged children.
  • Provided classroom management and educated while focused on equity and culturally responsive teaching practices.
  • Facilitated classroom learning by implementing classroom management and adhering to lesson plans.
  • Assisted with classroom management and early childhood education curriculum development.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies.
  • Performed all aspects of classroom management, curriculum development, resolved discipline issues, conducting assessments, and initiated parent contact.
  • Implement strong classroom management skills, including structure, procedures, organization and behavior plans to maintain order among students.
  • Work closely with the assistant teacher to develop effective classroom management strategies, and clear and consistent communication.
  • Attended workshops on learning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging learning activities.
  • Organize files and other necessary paper work for classroom portfolio and execute classroom management.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Assumed full responsibility for lesson planning, classroom management, assessment and grading.
  • Assisted teachers with various tasks such as classroom management and conflict resolution.
  • Utilized various forms of classroom management skills to enhance learning.
  • Assisted teachers in classroom management and daily routines.
  • Promote classroom management for all students.
  • Perform classroom management and data entry using individualized observations to monitor childs development.
  • Employed positive reinforcement as a classroom management strategy.
  • Aided pre-school teachers in daily routines to include classroom management, organization, student monitoring, and meal preparations.

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2. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Served as lead teacher to create a quality learning experience to a classroom of 14-17 three to five year old children.
  • Worked with three and four year old children in an effort to educate them and prepare them for kindergarten.
  • Represented Benton Family Center while working with Head Start Preschool classes teaching 3 & 4 year old children.
  • Planed, developed, and implemented developmentally appropriate activities for 3-5 year old children.
  • Assist teacher managing classroom that consist of eight, zero to three year-old children.
  • Assist Activity Leader in providing Developmentally Appropriate Enrichment experiences for 3-5 year old children.
  • Assist with managing classroom that consists of birth to 3 year- old children.
  • Lead teacher in classroom of three and four year old children.
  • Manage classroom that consists of 20 3 to 5 year-old children.
  • Worked in the classroom instructing three to five year old children.
  • Created stimulating learning environments for 14 three year old children.
  • Facilitated a government-funded classroom of 18 3-5 year old children.
  • Worked with 3-5 year old children.
  • Educate 3 & 4 year old children.
  • Established and maintained safe, healthy and learning environment for 4-5 year old children at the Darden Head Start Center.
  • Monitor three and four year old children riding on the bus.-Assist children to their classroom.
  • Care for 3-5 yrs old children Care for and interact with the children.

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3. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Provide developmentally appropriate lesson plans for young children.
  • Created daily lesson plans adhered by Ninth District, Sunshine House and High Scope that incorporated hands on experience.
  • Designed daily lesson plans and organized field trips related to unit theme to create memorable learning experiences.
  • Develop and instruct age-appropriate lesson plans that encourage physical, emotional, social, and academic growth.
  • Teach, monitor and supervise children, increase efficiency in the class with lesson plans.
  • Committed Head Start teacher dedicated to creating dynamic lesson plans and a welcoming learning environment.
  • Completed daily activity logs, lesson plans, food intake forms, and infant//toddler grams.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans that were used to support children's academic success.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans that addressed social and cognitive areas of development.
  • Created individual and bilingual lesson plans and assessments for preschool age children.
  • Completed daily paperwork, activity logs, and lesson plans.
  • Make lesson plans, daily track of children's progress.
  • Produced weekly lesson plans that correlated with monthly learning themes.
  • Implement developmental age appropriate lesson plans in the classroom.
  • Assist with lesson plans and observations for data entry
  • Create weekly lesson plans following preschool curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented daily lesson plans for pre-school age children.
  • Develop and implement Accelero themed lesson plans.
  • Create lesson plans, flyers, newsletters and fieldtrips.
  • Carried out daily lesson plans Conducted home visits Completed necessary paperwork Cared for children ages 3-4

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4. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement age and developmentally appropriate curriculum for infants and toddlers and make behavioral and social-emotional referrals as needed.
  • Planned and implemented age appropriate curriculum to prepare students for academic success and provided opportunity for development of socialization skills.
  • Assisted head teachers in creating and implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for infant and toddler aged children.
  • Develop and implement age-appropriate curriculum that encourages physical, emotional, social, and academic growth.
  • Supported Classroom teacher in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 18 children.
  • Developed materials to enhance curriculum topics and activities and provided developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed grade-level appropriate curriculum and led classroom instruction in all content areas.
  • Implemented developmentally age appropriate curriculum and activities for children 3-5 years.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for the children.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Implemented age appropriate curriculum to nurture and stimulate the psycho social, cognitive and cultural needs of the children.
  • Adhered to the assigned age appropriate curriculum, identified each child's educational needs, based on quarterly assessments.
  • Develop daily lesson plans and activities based on age appropriate curriculum.
  • Develop age appropriate curriculum to be implemented into the classroom.
  • Created age appropriate curriculum that was fun and educational.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles and establish asafe, developmentally appropriate learning environment.
  • Develop solutions and plan thematic, developmentally appropriate curriculum for students.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Direct Service Provided developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities for children.
  • Developed, executed, and updated age appropriate curriculums for classroom and home visits.

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5. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Created/implemented lesson plans that successfully accommodated special needs children.
  • Accommodate weekly lesson plans to foster inclusion and mainstreaming of special needs children according their Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Work closely with Social Worker regarding attendance/family/abuse issues, as well as the Special Needs Director concerning speech and academic testing.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Facilitated a class consisting of 17 students for 3 to 5 year old preschoolers, some with special needs.
  • Provided a comprehensive preschool program to students with special needs, low income, or from foster families.
  • Required to work with outside agencies such as Early Childhood intervention to assist children with special needs.
  • Attended CPSE meetings, worked closely with therapists to ensure best program for children with special needs.
  • Implemented school curriculum, teaching strategies, and positive classroom philosophies for children with special needs.
  • Collaborated and planned lessons with Special Needs Teacher based on child's Individual Education Plan.
  • Coordinate the special needs staff and develop a collaborative teaching approach that benefits children.
  • Assist non-English speaking and special needs children with reading and other coursework.
  • Identify special needs children, refer to appropriate programs and supervise progress.
  • Make written referrals on children with suspected special needs to Center Director.
  • Aided in providing individualized learning plans for children with special needs.
  • Attended Committee On Special Education meetings for students with special needs.
  • Collaborate with related service providers in assisting children with special needs.
  • Write lesson plans incorporating individual and special needs infusing ESL strategies.
  • Worked with high risk special needs children and their families.
  • Manage challenging behaviors of children with special needs.

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6. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Establish and maintain working relationships with parents by conducting parent-teacher conferences and providing verbal and written correspondences on consistent basis.
  • Communicated with parents and family members through home visits and parent-teacher conferences, and recorded information gathered into CC.net.
  • Supervised classroom Assistant Teacher, conducted parent-teacher conferences, and attended staff training to further my professional development.
  • Conducted semi-annual home visits and parent-teacher conferences to discuss student progress and to solicit parent input on student goals.
  • Referred children for outside services, Facilitated Team Meetings, Parent-Teacher Conferences, and Developed State Approved Forms.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences, order supplies, handle record-keeping, and keep a tidy classroom.
  • Assisted on home visits, parent-teacher conferences, Updating parents daily on progress of children.
  • Interacted with parents on a daily basis, including parent-teacher conferences twice per year.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Conduct two home visits and at least two parent-teacher conferences within a school year.
  • Complete individual observations, home visits, parent-teacher conferences and weekly lesson plans.
  • Scheduled, performed, and documented regular home visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted home visits and parent-teacher conferences twice a year with parents.
  • Coordinate, schedule and complete parent-teacher conferences and individual home visits.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 3 times during the school year.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, focusing on progress of students.
  • Schedule parent-teacher conferences four times a year.
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences, and home visits.
  • Coordinate Parent-Teacher conferences three times a year.
  • Set up classroom for optimal learning Conducted home visits and parent-teacher conferences.

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7. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated community recruitment efforts that provided child care education and referrals.
  • Provided educational consultation to child care providers.
  • Performed ICERS and ETERS inspections on other classrooms on a monthly basis following the child care center rules and regulations.
  • Worked with co-teacher, staff and director to implement lesson plans and policies regarding child care rules and regulations.
  • Provide information, referral and coordinating efforts to link staff and families with appropriate child care resources.
  • Supervised and managed a team of five full-time contractors for the Head Start/Child Care Team.
  • Recruit, identify and enroll eligible families for the Head Start /Child Care Program.
  • Served as interim director of APM Child Care Center in absence of center director.
  • Provided child care and learning skills, for Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers.
  • Worked with families to identify child care needs that provided connections to services.
  • Followed criteria defined by the DCFS, DHS Child Care Performance Standards.
  • Assist with the supervision of staff and volunteers for child care setting.
  • Planned activities/ retreats for parents, family child care providers and staff.
  • Helped with daily projects and activities, and general child care
  • Provide child care services for children for ages 0-5.
  • Provided technical support to the Family Child Care Homes.
  • Participate in development of EHS program and Community Child Care interagency agreements and contracts.
  • Informed parents about opportunities for child care in their neighborhood and the ead Start program; enrolled interested parties in the program
  • worked as a Head Child Care Teacher in the same company.
  • Provided trainings/ workshops for parents, child care providers and staff.

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8. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Participate in the IEP, IFSP, and/or IIIP process for serving children with special needs and implementation of appropriate planning.
  • Adapt curriculum to address and meet the individual goals for children as identified in Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • Adhere to all IEP, IFSP, Implementation Plans and/or strategies provided by Education Managers and/ or Consultants.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEP) for children with special needs.
  • Attended IEP meetings and helped develop strategies to support strengths and achieve goals stated on student IEP.
  • Implement child s IEP goals and attend IEP meetings and maintain regular communication with special education specialists.
  • Followed up on each child's additional IEP services to ensure compliance through the other entities.
  • Prepare for and participate in family reviews, IEP's, and weekly team meetings.
  • Contributed with local Elementary school staff in developing IEP's for specific children.
  • Developed individualized lesson plans and IEP's for students as needed.
  • Attended student IEP evaluations with school district staff and parents.
  • Attended and provided information for IEP meetings.
  • Worked well with SLP with children on IEP's.
  • Meet goals and objectives in the IEP.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Home Visits Support Families with IEP/IFSP's if needed
  • Attend IEP meetings including annuals and initial evaluations Differentiate instruction for diverse learners Attend professional development workshops
  • Administer all screenings and assessments for each child and implementation of IEP's under the guidance of Special Services.
  • Attend IEP meetings Commended for achieving high volume parent participation within the classroom Certified C.L.A.S.S.
  • Manage staff Coordinated family event nights Manage classroom routines and student behaviors Differentiated for diverse student needs Help make IEP goals

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9. Performance Standards

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Here's how Performance Standards is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared required Federal reports and performed ongoing monitoring of Federal performance standards in accordance with agency policy groups and governing boards.
  • Gathered and analyzed critical information based solely on the Head Start performance standards and applicable regulations.
  • Completed and maintained all necessary documentation to demonstrate compliance with Early Head Start performance standards.
  • Implemented Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency concepts and followed Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Worked collaboratively with parents and teachers to achieve/exceed the Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Conducted in-home visits to maintain student and family relationships and student performance standards.
  • Conduct parent/teacher conferences and sometimes in-home visits to meet performance standards.
  • Implement program within federal guidelines and performance standards.
  • Reviewed organizational governance policies and procedures to make sure the organization was in compliance with the Head Start performance standards.
  • Assist program director in the coordination of program activities and functions in the implementation of the Head Start performance standards.
  • Maintained accurate records and progress notes for families as identified in the Office of Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Promoted the safety and well-being of our students by following Center Based and Head Start Performance Standards guidelines.
  • Follow all Head Start Performance standards, agency policies, procedures and other Federal and State regulations.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans in accordance with HS Performance Standards and creative curriculum.
  • Make weekly home visits to home-based families according to the head-start performance standards.
  • Conduct home visits and parent/teacher conferences as required by Head Start performance standards.
  • Create enrichment activities that consistently meet and comply with federal performance standards.
  • Followed the Head Start Program Performance Standards and Procedures.
  • Followed Head Start/Early Head Start performance standards.
  • Interpret and comply with federal performance standards.

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10. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Observed and recorded behavior and progress of children; planned individual education follow-up to prepare students for Kindergarten.
  • Planned and implemented early literacy activities in preparation for kindergarten.
  • Implement necessary activities to help children prepare for kindergarten.
  • Instruct preschool-aged children in hands on activities to promote intellectual, physical, and social growth and development needed for kindergarten.
  • Prepared students for various life experiences; for example, assisting the parent prepare their child for starting kindergarten.
  • Plan and Execute Daily Curriculum Prepare Children for Kindergarten Assessments for Children In- Home Visits with Children and Parents
  • Provide a developmentally appropriate classroom for children who are at risk, and prepared children for kindergarten.
  • Assisted each child with leaning the strategies needed to gain the necessary goals for kindergarten readiness.
  • Implemented the first Delegate Wide Kindergarten Transition Fair for Head Start parents.
  • Provide parents with the resources and activities to ensure Kindergarten readiness.
  • Help to prepare children to learn the basic instructions for kindergarten.
  • Assist families with children's transition from preschool to kindergarten.
  • Coordinated the transition of children to Kindergarten and/or child care programs
  • Coordinate a bridge program between head start and local kindergartens.
  • Prepared the students for five-year-old kindergarten by teaching readiness skills.
  • Installed a lending library in a bilingual kindergarten classroom.
  • Get children ready for Kindergarten.
  • Interact with children and families and help them Prepare their children for Kindergarten.
  • Do assessments on the children Get children kindergarten ready
  • Developed curriculum based on Texas qualifications for Kindergarten Teaching manners/appropriate behavior Made learning a fun experience

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11. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Guide and facilitate activities of the children including: daily activities, selecting and arranging equipment and materials in the classroom.
  • Supervised children (typical and developmentally disabled) throughout their daily activities, routines, and during outdoor gross motor activities.
  • Managed the classroom in daily activities and routines using my own lesson plans and unit plans based on the Blueprint Curriculum.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Make up and carry out daily activities, Monitor safety in and out of classroom.
  • Planned daily activities that promote cognitive and literacy development, as well as self-expression.
  • Assist teacher in planning daily activities as well as lesson activities and events.
  • Planned daily activities for children using the Creative curriculum and E- Lap assessment.
  • Read stories, sang songs and administered daily activities for the children.
  • Assist in setting up environment (indoor/outdoor) for daily activities;.
  • Assisted students with daily activities and personal goals.
  • Created weekly lesson plans and daily activities.
  • Prepare the classroom for daily activities.
  • Assisted special needs child with participation in daily activities of Head Start classroom including toileting & medication administration
  • Played and communicated with children delivering verbal skills and offering care and friendship Assisted teachers with lesson plans and daily activities
  • Work within the center teaching 2-3 year olds and communication with parents about children's progress and daily activities.
  • Supervised and worked with two staff members to prepare weekly curriculum and daily activities for 20 preschoolers.
  • Performed developmental testing on children using Brigance Testing Conducted home visits, and documented all daily activities.
  • Coordinated classroom assistant to implement daily activities Managed responsibilities of "Teaching Strategies Gold" assessment utilizing Assistant's participation.

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12. Strategies Gold

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Here's how Strategies Gold is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Observe and documented academic and social emotional progress, entered in all documentation into Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Record observations of each child to inform future curriculum planning and individualization using Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Documented child development using portfolios, Teaching Strategies GOLD Child Assessment Portfolio, and Ages and Stages Questionnaires assessment tools.
  • Documented in online home of The Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold weekly observations of children progress.
  • Plan and implement weekly themed lesson plans, daily observations and checkpoints on teaching strategies Gold.
  • Trained in Teaching Strategies Gold and Department of Children and Family Services mandated reporting.
  • Assisted in assessing children through Teaching Strategies Gold and COR.
  • Evaluated students' developmental levels using Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment.
  • Created and taught lesson plans based on Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Implemented curriculum and activities through Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Used Teaching Strategies Gold to input assessments.
  • Entered observations in Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Assessed children through teaching strategies gold.
  • Planned, prepared, implemented, and assessed all curricular lessons for preschool students ages 3-5 years using Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Observe and evaluate developmental progress of each child using various assessments such as Ages and Stages and Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Prepared lesson plans using teaching strategies gold, taught 2 year old classroom, kept up daily paperwork.
  • Developed Lesson plans adhering to the children's growth and needs using Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Assessed student progress using the Teaching Strategies Gold.
  • Collaborated with other teachers in the classroom Created and implemented curriculum using Teaching Strategies Gold Managed behavioral issues in the classroom
  • Implemented Creative Curriculum and Teaching strategies gold * Scheduled and conducted parent/teacher conferences * Planned developmentally appropriate lesson

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13. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Developed collaborative relationships with school staff members.
  • Developed a professional portfolio for staff members.
  • Maintained a positive working relationship with the children, families, and staff members that promoted effective communication and collaboration.
  • Worked with staff members to ensure the children are being cared for, in a clean and healthy environment.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Coordinate with other staff members to schedule music, gym, recess, and library times.
  • Work with other staff members to encourage each child's overall growth and development.
  • Communicated effectively with staff members (assistants, aides, therapists and mentors).
  • Hire, train and supervise food service staff members and teaching staff
  • Observed staff members and offered constructive criticism for best practices.
  • Work effectively with other staff members and parents.
  • Trained approximately 30 Head Start staff members.
  • Assess and educate all staff members.
  • Supervised two or more staff members.

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14. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented whole class, small groups, and one on one instruction using developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Provide instruction/assistance to individual or small groups of students, reinforcing instruction as directed by the teacher.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Balanced whole group, small groups and individual instruction to accommodate different academic levels and learning styles.
  • Assisted the teacher in achieving daily objectives by working with individual students or small groups.
  • Worked with children in large and small groups as well as individually if needed.
  • Work with co teacher to implement lessons during whole and small groups.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Created small groups tailored to the unique needs of each student.
  • Assisted children in small groups with gross, fine motor skills.
  • Work with children individually or in small groups under teacher direction.
  • Work with small groups consisting of children of similar developmental levels.
  • Prepare lesson plans, interact with small groups of children.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Read books to entire class and in small groups.
  • Develop and implements learning objective based small groups.
  • Lead small groups of students in daily activities.
  • Implement and execute the Acelero Learning Lesson plan in a teaching setting of small groups and discussion questions.
  • Plan lessons and small groups based on childs goals and needs.
  • Instructed and supervised students in small groups Filing paper work on students Assist teacher throughout the class period

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Provide an academically-enriched and safe environment, conducive to learning
  • Provided a nurturing and safe environment to children while encouraging their physical, social, emotional, and academic development.
  • Provide a safe environment and ensure security of children; allowed only authorized persons access to children.
  • Managed classroom, followed lesson plans, and maintained a safe environment for children to explore.
  • Maintain orderly, healthy, and safe environment conducive to optimal growth and development of children.
  • Instilled the love of education while creating a fun and safe environment for the students.
  • Assisted head teacher in organizing the classroom to create a safe environment conducive for learning.
  • Provide a safe environment by setting up a protective classroom and outdoor area for play.
  • Provide a safe environment by maintaining an orderly, clean, and appealing facility.
  • Arranged and maintained a healthy and safe environment through modeling and various learning experiences.
  • Provide a positive and safe environment for children riding bus to/from Head Start.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment daily to maintain a healthy and safe environment.
  • Supervised students indoors and outdoors continually in order to maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment and promote positive interactions with children throughout the day.
  • Maintain a safe environment for the children to grow and develop.
  • Created and maintained a healthy and safe environment.
  • Established a safe environment for the children.
  • Provided a safe environment in the classroom.
  • Created a warm and safe environment
  • Provide safe environment for children.

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted to prepared materials for class activities
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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17. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with needed professionals and therapists in curriculum development process.
  • Participated in curriculum development programs as required.
  • Assess children on the "Creative Curriculum Developmental Continuum" and input children's information on computer.

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Here's how Social Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted and attended home visits and recorded daily progress anecdotal reports in accordance with child educational and social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Provided guidance on educational and social development.
  • Arranged daycare classroom to provide a full range of age appropriate activities, to encourage children in advancing their social development.
  • Conducted actions to stimulate physical, mental and social development such as arts and crafts, games, storytelling and music.
  • Observe, document, and assess children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assisted in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the class teacher.
  • Planned and directed activities educating the children in the areas of nutrition, health and social development.
  • Maintained records and ongoing assessments on the emotional, physical, intellectual and social development of children.
  • Observe behavior, health and social development of preschoolers, document any changes or concerns accordingly.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Record behavior and social development on children; upon their independent growth and learning.
  • Create and lead instructional activities focused on physical, mental, and social development.
  • Organize and lead activates designed to promote physical, mental, social development.
  • Observed and evaluated children's performance, behavior, and social development.
  • Provided guidance on children's behavior and social development.
  • Promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Assessed children's cognitive and social development.
  • Supported children'semotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Assist lead teacher in helping to develop the education and social development of children (please see the latter job description)

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20. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted with the planning and execution of lessons and activities for a full day Universal Pre-K classroom.
  • Oversee daily operations of a comprehensive Early Childhood Education and Pre-Kindergarten Program for children 3-5 years old.
  • Teach Pre-K Children, as well as make sure their families have the necessities of life.
  • Instructed a class size of 15 students; to efficiently prepare students for Pre-K.
  • Planned and implemented a well rounded age appropriate curriculum in a Bi-lingual Pre-K class.
  • Provide child educational services to low income Pre-K students using the High Scope Curriculum.
  • Teach preschool children the basics to move on to Pre-K or kinder.
  • Provided daily care for Pre-K classroom up to 15 children.
  • Teach a blended Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Experience as a Pre-Kindergarten Teacher.
  • Teach Pre-K children language arts, reading, writing, science, math etc.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for pre-kindergarten students.
  • Plan daily age appropriate activities for the children using the Creative Curriculum and MS Pre-k Benchmarks.
  • Planned and implemented daily classroom activities for pre-k students in a safe learning environment.
  • Work in a classroom in collaboration with Oklahoma City Public Schools Pre-k program.
  • Evaluate each Pre-K student through Brigance Screen, and M-Class testing.
  • Head Start Teacher for class of 20 pre-K children.
  • Planned, wrote and implemented four-week developmentally appropriate curriculum for 12 pre-kindergarten children, emphasizing socialization, communication/language and psychomotor skills.
  • worked with individual, small group and large group pre-k activities
  • Prepare Lesson plan Task Redirection Teaching basic skills for Pre-K

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Provide social, emotional, nutritional & educational support to infants & toddlers under the guidelines of NAEYC & EHS standards.
  • Completed all required documentation for the National Head Start, Bright from the Start, Quality Rated, and NAEYC program.
  • Earned NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) accreditation for Johnson County schools.
  • Implemented Teaching Strategies, NAEYCE standards and Head Start Standards as it pertains to classroom programs.
  • Ensured classroom compliance with Head Start Performance Standards, NAEYC Standards, and State Licensing regulations.
  • Comply with Federal Regulations, ITERS, NAEYC, and Illinois Standards for Early Education.
  • Followed components of High/Scope curriculum in a NAEYC accredited program.
  • Assisted the center through its NAEYC Accreditation process.
  • Follow NAEYC and Head Start standards and guidelines.
  • Train and use the implementing rules NAEYC.
  • Follow guidelines from Easter seals and NAEYC
  • Pass out snacks and lunch, change diapers, read book , implement the curriculum and NAEYC.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum subsequent to Head Start and NAEYC standards.
  • Assisted center with the NAEYC recertification process.
  • Received a 95% classroom compliance score for NAEYC reaccreditation and collaborated in completion of our classroom NAEYC portfolio.

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Here's how CPR is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain current certifications in Early Childhood (as needed), CPR, 1st Aid, AED, and Administration Medications.
  • Maintain state required training including First Aid, CPR, Child Abuse Awareness, Communicable Disease Prevention and ODJFS required orientations.
  • Provide first aid or CPR, prevent the spread of blood borne pathogens, and access emergency services as needed.
  • Cared for infant and toddlers*Lesson planning, creative curriculum guidelines, Teaching strategies gold* CPR / First Aid Certified*CDA Certificate
  • Completed observations, portfolios, child care food program daily and attendance.CPR and First Aide.
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogens, and Food preparation.
  • Maintained current CPR/First Aid, Fingerprint Clearance card and Food Handler's card.
  • Obtained current First Aid and CPR cards with infant/child CPR.
  • Hold CPR and basic emergency first aid certification.
  • Have current First Aid and CPR certification.
  • Lead an NCPreK Head Start program.
  • Administered the Denver II screening instrument Wrote and implemented IEPS Participated in workshop for nutrition, health, and CPR
  • Stay updated on CPR, TB clearence and Licening Regulations.

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23. Recreational Activities

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  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, or social development.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Assist with recreational activities that promote wellness.
  • Participated in helping community children in program Prepared and served food snacks Supervised children in recreational activities

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24. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Use innovative methods and materials to produce effective learning experiences including social and emotional development.
  • Planned daily curriculum that encouraged social and emotional development as required by National Head-Start guidelines.
  • Provide age appropriate activities for children concentrating on the social and emotional development.
  • Assisted children with social and emotional development needs by providing positive guidance.
  • Utilized e-DECA to assess social/emotional development and generate reports for all students.
  • Supported social and emotional development through age appropriate activities.
  • Implemented the High/Scope curriculum through lesson planning, provided a safe healthy learning environment, supported a social and emotional development.
  • Screened and assessed ECEAP students' cognitive, physical, and social/emotional development with the DIAL-3 and DECA tools.
  • Assess each child to measure their social-emotional development and cognitive, physical, language, and math skill levels.
  • Assessed the students based on academics, language development, social-emotional development, and fine and gross motor skills.
  • Plan and implement activities to foster the academic, intellectual, and social emotional development of students.
  • Provide children with learning experience that promoted their cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Provide positive ways to support children's social and emotional development through learning areas.
  • Support and guide social and emotional development using positive guidance and CLASS.
  • Provide for the children s social intellectual, physical and emotional development.
  • Supported the social and emotional development of children and families.
  • Plan and implement learning experiences and lessons that advance the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of students.
  • Plan and provide a learning environment and experiences that promote physical, social, intellectual, and emotional development.

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25. Developmental Screenings

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Here's how Developmental Screenings is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Administered developmental screenings and collaborated with specialists on health related child service plans.
  • Designed and completed developmental screenings and ongoing assessments for children.
  • Performed developmental screenings and maintained healthy developmental programs.
  • Completed required developmental screenings for each child.
  • Conducted developmental screenings and assessments.
  • Conducted developmental screenings and assessments to meet the individual needs of children and planned individualized lessons based on those results.
  • Conduct developmental screenings and ongoing assessment creating individual plans and goals for each child.
  • Conduct developmental screenings and assessments to meet the individual needs of the children.
  • Performed developmental screenings on each child using the CORE observation tool.
  • Participated in home visits, parent meetings and developmental screenings.
  • Assisted in the completion of developmental screenings for the children.
  • Maintain records and perform developmental screenings on each child.
  • Conducted developmental screenings using the LAP-D Screens.
  • Provided quality care for infants and toddlers personal computer use, maintained required records and conducted developmental screenings
  • home visits, parent teacher conferences, developmental screenings, assessments, and Individual Education Plans.
  • Used developmental screenings and child observation assessments to determine each child's development.
  • Participated in home visits,parent meetings and developmental screenings.

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26. COR

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  • Documented children's progress and completed required manual and reports in accordance with Federal requirements.
  • Maintained appropriate student records, including quarterly developmental checklists and anecdotal notes.
  • Recorded anecdotal notes for assessment during activities.
  • Plan, discuss and implement daily plans in accordance with the current curriculum, incorporating the Ohio Department of Education Standards.
  • Work with students according to child's interest and connect student's prior knowledge to new goals by checking for understanding.
  • Team teaching, parental involvement, curriculum and event planning, field trips, records, schedules, testing.
  • Monitor student progress and revise plans as needed to maximize learning potential according to customized student needs.
  • Assist in the record maintenance of all participants in compliance with local, state and federal requirements.
  • Ensured all staff followed childcare standards in accordance with Michigan Licensing Rules for Child Care Centers.
  • Communicate with parents through parent conferences, written correspondence, telephone and home visits.
  • Maintained daily records of children's individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.
  • Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Serve meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines.
  • Complete necessary records, assessments, etc.
  • Maintained on-going developmental records for all children.
  • Attend and participate in Head Start Core Knowledge training as well as Medical trainings to ensure professional growth.
  • Used computer to save and document observatiins, children health records, IEP plans and goals.
  • Initiate daily schedule Maintain and manage records and reports.
  • Maintain individual enrollee records and classroom reports as required.
  • Use childplus to record attendance, .

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27. Family Services

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Here's how Family Services is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Receive and maintain Children and Family Services Certification annually.
  • Assist in orientation, training, supervising and provided the provision of technical assistance to the Family Services Workers.
  • Provided family services to 8 families of high needs and high risk through monthly home visits and daily communication.
  • Demonstrate belief in CEDA mission and Children & Family Services vision in all verbal and written communication.
  • Worked primarily with at-risk children and their parents to provide support and access to family services.
  • Coordinate with Family Services teams to provide optimal wrap around relevant services.
  • Be familiar with state licensing requirements and Forsyth County Family Services policies
  • Make home visits when necessary.Family Services/Transition Assistant Assist with the administration, coordination, and monitoring of family and parent services.

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28. ASQ

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Here's how ASQ is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Used standardized testing methods (ASQ:SE and ESI) to assess children's current cognitive/ motor and social/emotional development.
  • Plan IEP, administer ASQ and ESI screenings, weekly home visits, implement technological approaches to subject material.
  • Assessed children using ASQ and ASQ: SE screening tool, and refer children for intervention if needed.
  • Screened children with the use of the ESI and ASQ and observed children and parents interactions.
  • Scaffold and assessed children individually to meet their needs using ASQ and ESI-R screening tools.
  • Completed developmental screenings using the screening tools, ASQ, and ASQ-SE.
  • Completed developmental screening using the ASQ-SE and prepared referrals.
  • Administered various assessments including NWEA, ASQ, REACH, ESI, DIBELS, MCLASS Math, and TRC.
  • Work with parents to screen and assess children using GOLD, ASQ-SE, ASQ-3 and other tools.
  • Conduct ASQ-3, ASQ-SE, and ESI-P screenings for children in both English and Spanish.
  • Completed screenings on children (LAP-D, DECA, ASQ).
  • Complete DRDP, ASQ 3 and ASQ SE2 assessments.
  • Screen children using ASQ, ASQ-SE, ESI.
  • Completed ASQ-3's and ASQ-SE's.
  • Tracked and documented child outcomes in ChildPlus, ASQ Online and DRDPTech.
  • Accomplished ESI-R and ASQ screenings in a timely manner.
  • Communicate regularly with families of children Complete multiple assessments on children- Brigance, ASQ, TSG, etc.
  • Experience with ECERS, CLASS, DRDPs, ASQs, and Creative Curriculum.

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29. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Completed home visits and linked families to social workers on site
  • Have ongoing working relationships with Social workers, Nutritional specialists, Education managers, Literacy Specialist, and the onsite Therapists.
  • Worked closely with Social Workers, Speech Pathologists and government agencies to address any unique student needs.

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30. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Obtained Linkage Agreement with different community resources for facility.
  • Assist parents in identifying personal and community resources.
  • Utilized various social services agencies and other community resources as a referral for parents to help achieve personal and professional goals.
  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with parents, instructional staff, and other community resources about the children s development.
  • Establish and maintain open lines of communication with families and provide information on community resources and services.
  • Planned the use of community resources to enrich the educational content of the children's program.
  • Frequent telephone contacts with families, community resources' agency staff and co-workers.
  • Utilized community resources receiving donated goods and services to children and families.
  • Connect families with appropriate community resources and complete home visits as required.
  • Provide case management services by linking families with community resources.
  • Tap Headstart - Roanoke vaAdvised patients on community resources, made referrals and devised realistic treatment plans.
  • Connect families with community resources Receive and track childcare payments Update and track information in online databaseNanny

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31. Cognitive Development

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Here's how Cognitive Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans that enhanced the social-emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development of children.
  • Develop extensive lesson plans that include all areas of literacy, math, social and emotional, physical and cognitive development.
  • Established a Family Support Plan to promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of infants and toddlers.
  • Develop and utilize daily plans, promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of children.
  • Assessed students in multiple categories based on different stages of physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development.
  • Promote the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of Early Head Start children.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance in behaviors social, emotional, physical, cognitive development.
  • Prepared lessons for students ages three through five and implemented cognitive developmental age appropriate activities.
  • Coordinated learning activities Conducted observational assessments to record social behavior and cognitive development using teacher strategies.
  • Conducted daily cognitive development Exercises involving letters and number identification as well as vocabulary advancement.

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32. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain current and accurate documentation and complete regular data entry.
  • Assist Center Director with input of data entry and perform managerial office duties as needed.
  • Maintained data entry in the Child Plus and TS Gold data entry programs.
  • Worked in data entry the summer of 2002.
  • Advanced internet research skills and data entry.
  • Interacted with children in a positive way, Data entry.

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33. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Provided personal care for children such as: Diapering, helping with potty training, washing hands and brushing teeth.
  • Assist with reading, nap time, personal care and cleaning.

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34. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Provide a classroom setting that is developmentally appropriate and inviting for preschool age children (ages 3-4).
  • Coordinated a Home Based instruction for parents and children who were unable to attend the classroom setting.
  • Worked with preschool aged children from 3-5 years of age in a play based classroom setting.
  • Plan, create and implement curriculum and assessment tools within an early childhood classroom setting.
  • Serviced three to five year old Head Start students in an urban classroom setting.
  • Prepare daily lesson plans and successfully implement them in the classroom setting.
  • Monitor health and safety of students inside and outside classroom setting.
  • Implemented an inclusion program in a regular classroom setting.
  • Assisted with children, ages 3 - 5 in classroom setting.
  • Managed classrooms of students in an alternative educational setting to prepare them for re-entry into traditional classroom settings
  • Assist children with behavioral issues to adjust to the classroom setting Train teaching staff techniques to mitigate difficult behaviors
  • maintained a classroom setting that introduced and stressed positive social skills to create a conducive learning environment.
  • Conducted in-home visits with parents of preschoolers and met in a classroom setting twice a week.
  • Maintain contact with families through home visits, telephonically or in a classroom setting.
  • Assisted in providing activities for children in a classroom setting !

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35. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Implement curriculum and all educational activities; supervise children in all aspect of their cognitive and emotional development during classes.
  • Provide support by implementing parent-to-child educational activities that are developmentally appropriate for the changing needs of the child.
  • Supervised classroom activities, facilitated educational activities, and provided social engagement and behavioral guidance to preschool students.
  • Worked with children ages zero to three years providing developmentally appropriate educational activities utilizing Creative Curriculum.
  • Discussed educational activities with parents and guardians.
  • Plan and provide educational activities for individual children and parents in the child's home.
  • Carried out daily routines: hygiene, nutrition, educational activities, and social skills.
  • Planed, structured and implemented educational activities for assigned Home Based Head Start families.
  • Provide educational activities that were geared toward the growth and development of enrolled students.
  • Plan and implement program of educational activities for pregnant women, infants and toddlers.
  • Develop educational activities to be conducted during classroom and home visit sessions.
  • Observe children while playing, and doing educational activities.
  • Conferred with staff to plan educational activities and policies.
  • Planned educational activities to involve both parent and child.
  • Skilled Head Start Professional with diverse experience and trainings in planning and implementing educational activities for students and family members.
  • Experience with developing quality preschool standard lesson plans Implementing and developing educational activities geared towards student's goals.
  • Involved parents in educational activities to enhance their role as the principle influence on child's education and development.
  • Implemented educational activities that helped students meet state benchmarks -Aided preschool students in daily routines, including bus transit
  • Oversee indoor and outdoor playtime and ensured the safety of my children created educational activities and curriculums.
  • Assisted the teacher in planning and implementing lesson plans of educational activities for pre-school children.

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36. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Predicted unsafe situations as well as promote oral and physical health, and provided child first aid.

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37. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Designed a developmentally appropriate classroom environment and formed positive relationships with parents in an inclusive preschool setting.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships and open communication with families and the community.
  • Facilitate positive relationships and interactions between children and their caregiver.
  • Cultivated positive relationships with children and families.
  • Promoted family involvement by fostering positive relationships.
  • Maintain positive relationships with children and families to support the connection between school and home with home visits and weekly newsletters.
  • Establish positive relationships with students and parents by providing quality comprehensive services for the child and their family.
  • Help children develop positive relationships with peers and caregivers, function as an appropriate and positive role model.
  • Created positive relationships with social service staff and families to help each child get the necessary services.
  • Developed professional, positive relationships with parents, co-workers, teachers, directors and therapists.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Maintain positive relationships with families, students, faculty, and staff.
  • Established positive relationships with Families and met with them regularly.
  • Build positive relationships with children and parents.
  • Build positive relationships with families.
  • Establish positive relationships with children and other staff in assigned classroom.

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38. Individual Goals

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Here's how Individual Goals is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in Individual Education Plan meetings to help establish individual goals for children with disabilities.
  • Developed individual goals and weekly lesson plans with parental in-put for children (based on their individual strengths and needs).
  • Provide referrals and services to help each family meet individual goals that will enhance the lives of the entire family.
  • Developed individual goals for each student in the areas of cognitive, motor and social skills.
  • Set individual goals and objectives for a classroom of 14 head start children.
  • Oversee the team assessment of each child developmentally and develops individual goals.
  • Create individual goals for each child through observations and taking anecdotal notes.
  • Worked on individual goals for each child with their families.
  • Planned around children's interests and individual goals.
  • Developed individual goals for each child.
  • Develop individual goals for children.
  • Develop individual goals or the children, provide on-going assessment on progress and facilitate transition into Head Start.
  • Develop individual goals for children and promote on-going assessment that help them transition into preschool.
  • Developed individual goals for children, provided on-going assessment on progress and facilitated transition into other pre-school settings.
  • Develop individual goals for children, provide on-going assessment on progress and facilitate transition from head start to pre school.

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39. Individual Development

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Here's how Individual Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted home visits and parent conferences to discuss individual development and progress.
  • Completed Individual Development Plans for each child utilizing parent input.
  • Fostered individual development using environment learning techniques.
  • Instructed children birth to three years old in activities designed to promote appropriate yet individual developmental growth for each child.
  • Develop and Implement Family Service Plans (FSP) and Individual Developmental Plans (IDP).
  • Create and implement Individual Development Plan for each child in domain areas based on assessment.
  • Developed Individual Development Plans for students, participated in I.F.S.P.
  • Use home visits and parent conferences to discuss the child's individual development and progress Assisted in implementing children's I.E.P.

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40. Ifsp

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  • Developed a collaborative approach with special needs staff to benefit all children in the classroom and met IFSP specified needs.
  • Attended IFSP and IEP meetings to be able to plan appropriate activities to help children best reach their goals.
  • Participated in Individual Education Plan (IEP) and Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings.
  • Recommend and participate in referral and special education (IFSP/IEP) processes as needed.
  • Prepare and implement an individualized curriculum for all children including IEP/IFSP goals.
  • Implemented the process of IEP/IFSP on children of concern.
  • Attend IFSP transition meetings with the public schools.
  • Collaborated with agencies in IFSP and IEP.
  • Assess infants and toddlers development and progress, then write progress goals and Individual Family Service Plans (IFSPs).
  • Participate in the development of IFSPs/IEPS, health and behavioral plans with parents and collaborating agencies.
  • Work together with therapist with children that have IFSPs.

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41. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and designed creative activities in language arts, mathematics, science, and social competency based on weekly themes.
  • Developed and taught language arts, math, and multicultural lesson plans in a departmentalized setting.

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42. Monthly Reports

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Here's how Monthly Reports is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Submit monthly reports to Education Coordinator, Health/Disabilities Coordinator and Family and Community Partnership Coordinator.
  • Submitted monthly reports with required information.
  • Complete all necessary paperwork in compliance with the Head Start program, including weekly, monthly reports.
  • Submit monthly reports to tribal administration and to give presentations to community members as needed.
  • Complete all bookkeeping, clerical work, monthly reports and data entry for each child.
  • Produced monthly reports using advanced Excel spreadsheet functions.
  • Prepare monthly reports and observations.
  • Collaborate in administrative tasks such as monitoring, monthly reports, others.

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43. Physical Development

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Here's how Physical Development is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Assessed children's educational needs and provided structured activities to enhance their cognitive, social-emotional and physical development.
  • Planned and implemented a program that provided for the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development needs of children.
  • Observed and assessed each child's academic, cognitive, social, and physical development.
  • Encourage physical development and skills through activities which focus on fine and gross motor skill.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans for children in various stages of cognitive and physical development.
  • Provide equipment, activities, and opportunities for children to promote physical development.
  • Plan appropriate activities for the children to develop socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development skills.

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44. Developmental Assessments

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Here's how Developmental Assessments is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Performed social and developmental assessments, documented progress, and made referrals to specialized agencies.
  • Observe children for developmental assessments and annotate appropriately.
  • Performed developmental assessments and referrals to appropriate Resources.
  • Complete developmental assessments and maintain children education files.
  • Document home visits/parent conferences in ChildPlus along with attendance, family goals/needs, and child developmental assessments.
  • Perform developmental assessments on preschool aged children on three occasions during school year.
  • Develop lesson plans and screen children using our developmental assessments.

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45. Self-Help

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Here's how Self-Help is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Worked in collaboration with family worker and families to establish educational/social/ motor skill/self-help goals for individual children in classroom.
  • Assist in teaching children: fine and gross motor skills, cognition, language, self-help and encouraging growth and development.
  • Teach as well as assist with personal hygiene skills such as toileting, eating, and self-help tasks.
  • Eat with and assist children in the development of social and self-help skills, and sound nutritional practices.
  • Assisted children with hygiene, grooming, self-help skills, and daily living skills.
  • Assist children with clean up and encourage them with their self-help skills.
  • Introduced self-help skills, manners, and positive interaction with other students.
  • Carried out predetermined lesson plans and assisted with daily self-help skills.

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46. CDA

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Here's how CDA is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Received a CDA (ChildDevelopment Credential) in Home Education
  • Obtain trainings as needed to keep CDA current.

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47. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, and social skills.
  • Play hands-on activities, letter recognition, numbers and awareness of nature and science.
  • Teach the children basic colors, shapes, numbers and letter recognition.

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48. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Train and evaluate, Keep track the state regulations for the program are been executed.
  • Prepare food to meet state regulations and maintain hygienic learning centers.
  • Reason for leaving: Change in Oklahoma state regulations.
  • Plan and Excute lesson Plans Attend to children's everyday needs Home visitsMake sure classroom was up to state regulations Prep food
  • Followed pre-planned lesson plans Followed state regulations for preschool children Followed state food program regulations

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49. Anecdotal Records

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Here's how Anecdotal Records is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Collected data about student progress using anecdotal records and computer technology.
  • Perform daily observation and anecdotal records.
  • Conduct screenings, in-home visits and parent teacher conferences, developmental assessments and daily anecdotal records of children.
  • Assess student performance through anecdotal records, student-teacher conferencing, student portfolios, and a series of assessments
  • Maintain narrative records on each child, including anecdotal records, IEP/Profile, attendance and meal counts.
  • Completed daily attendance, meal records, daily observations, and anecdotal records.
  • Maintained extensive student anecdotal records per Head Start policies and core learning values.
  • Assessed student performance through DIBELS and anecdotal records.
  • Assist and facilitate activities and transitions to educate preschool children according to indicvidual observation, assessment, and anecdotal records.
  • Assess student performance through formal and non formal assessments as well as, through anecdotal records.
  • Implement lesson plans and coordinate daily activities Conduct on-going observations and anecdotal records Maintain agency records

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50. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Head Start Teacher jobs:
  • Develop and prepared appropriate instructional materials for socialization groups, family activities and conduct developmental assessments bi-monthly.
  • Created instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs.
  • Conduct developmental screenings and assessments to meet the individual needs of children with developing instructional materials and teaching aids.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Utilized books, tools, and instructional materials suitable for the early childhood program.
  • Disinfected toys and other instructional materials to promote disease control and good health.
  • Maintained order within school and on school grounds by using positive approach to behavior management Typed and reproduce instructional materials.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Head Start Teacher

Classroom Management

21.0%

OLD Children

19.4%

Lesson Plans

16.0%

Appropriate Curriculum

13.7%

Special Needs

5.7%

Parent-Teacher Conferences

3.7%

Child Care

2.8%

IEP

2.2%

Performance Standards

2.1%

Kindergarten

1.9%

Daily Activities

1.6%

Strategies Gold

1.4%

Staff Members

1.4%

Small Groups

1.3%

Safe Environment

1.2%

Class Activities

1.2%

Curriculum Development

0.9%

Social Development

0.9%

Mental Health Services

0.8%

Pre-K

0.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Head Start Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 18.4%
2 OLD Children 17.1%
3 Lesson Plans 14.0%
4 Appropriate Curriculum 12.0%
5 Special Needs 5.0%
6 Parent-Teacher Conferences 3.2%
7 Child Care 2.5%
8 IEP 1.9%
9 Performance Standards 1.9%
10 Kindergarten 1.7%
11 Daily Activities 1.4%
12 Strategies Gold 1.3%
13 Staff Members 1.2%
14 Small Groups 1.1%
15 Safe Environment 1.1%
16 Class Activities 1.0%
17 Curriculum Development 0.8%
18 Social Development 0.8%
19 Mental Health Services 0.7%
20 Pre-K 0.6%
21 Naeyc 0.6%
22 CPR 0.6%
23 Recreational Activities 0.6%
24 Emotional Development 0.5%
25 Developmental Screenings 0.5%
26 COR 0.5%
27 Family Services 0.5%
28 ASQ 0.5%
29 Social Workers 0.5%
30 Community Resources 0.5%
31 Cognitive Development 0.5%
32 Data Entry 0.5%
33 Personal Care 0.5%
34 Classroom Setting 0.4%
35 Educational Activities 0.4%
36 Physical Health 0.4%
37 Positive Relationships 0.4%
38 Individual Goals 0.4%
39 Individual Development 0.3%
40 Ifsp 0.3%
41 Language Arts 0.3%
42 Monthly Reports 0.3%
43 Physical Development 0.3%
44 Developmental Assessments 0.3%
45 Self-Help 0.3%
46 CDA 0.3%
47 Letter Recognition 0.3%
48 State Regulations 0.3%
49 Anecdotal Records 0.3%
50 Instructional Materials 0.3%
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