Top Head Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Head Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Head Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.8% of Head Teacher resumes contained Appropriate Curriculum as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Head Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Head Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum to preschool students, supervising teaching assistants and encouraged parent volunteers to assist with classroom needs.
  • Developed and implemented daily and weekly lesson plan based on age appropriate curriculum including number, letter and color recognition.
  • Created and implemented creative age-appropriate curriculum, including social, emotional, and cultural growth opportunities for preschool-aged students.
  • Developed and utilized integrated, developmentally appropriate curriculum plans that reflected mandated elements, parental, and cultural influence.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and assessments of individual children and goals jointly developed with families.
  • Developed weekly plans and implemented age appropriate curriculum to activate all domains of children's development.
  • Supervised and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum expectations for early childhood faculty, staff, and assistants.
  • Develop, implement, and coordinate developmentally appropriate curriculum using the following curriculum: Creative Curriculum.
  • Supported several classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 16-20 preschoolers.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum that supported each child's individual needs.
  • Develop and implement appropriate curriculum to promote learning in all developmental domains.
  • Executed lesson plans featuring age-appropriate curriculum; alphabet, numbers and printing.
  • Developed a diverse and developmentally appropriate curriculum that engages each child.
  • Participated in the development and implementation of appropriate curriculum activities.
  • Implement and conceptualize age appropriate curriculum lessons plans and activities.
  • Developed and implemented age appropriate curriculum in three classrooms.
  • Designed interactive age appropriate curriculum around self and family.
  • Designed a developmentally age-appropriate curriculum for an inclusive classroom.
  • Provide age appropriate curriculum and extra curricular activities.
  • Developed developmentally appropriate curriculum for children.

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2. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed undergraduate students on lesson planning, classroom management and curriculum implementation, fulfilling the UM-Flint College of Education curriculum requirements.
  • Implemented positive classroom management techniques with respect to developmentally appropriate expectations and the temperament and needs of individual children.
  • Implemented various classroom management techniques for igniting and maintaining student attention, involvement and discipline.
  • Encourage development of child's self-control by utilizing classroom management and modeling techniques.
  • Planned and conducted daily lessons and was responsible for organization of classroom management.
  • Work collaboratively with co-teacher and school based support team for efficient classroom management.
  • Modeled classroom management and supervised student teachers, volunteers and senior workers.
  • Create and implement lesson plans utilizing classroom management and instructional delivery skills.
  • Mentored and assisted new teachers with original lesson planning and classroom management.
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and policies maintaining classroom management.
  • Produced and implemented classroom management strategies for an optimum learning environment.
  • Delegated responsibilities to assistant teachers ensuring efficient classroom management.
  • Developed and implemented classroom management systems and procedures.
  • Implemented classroom lesson plans and demonstrated classroom management.
  • Assist teacher in maintaining successful classroom management.
  • Focused on classroom management and child development.
  • Utilized classroom management and organization.
  • Utilize positive classroom management techniques.
  • Collaborate with Director, Assistant Director, and other staff members regarding curriculum, classroom management, and behavior management.
  • Maintained classroom management using daily bell ringer, solid agenda, and one on one check-ins with students.

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3. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed lesson plans, completed documentation and provided parental support and education in an all-inclusive day care setting,
  • Implemented formative assessments, created lesson plans, administered daily homework assignments and created self-made student reports.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans that fulfilled the State of Connecticut requirements while addressing individual student needs
  • Planned and implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans, considering children diverse cultural and ethnic upbringing.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans based on overall developmental capacity and individualized group activities.
  • Collaborated with my Paraprofessional on all levels of lesson plans and behavioral approaches.
  • Developed age specific weekly class lesson plans and successfully implemented independent lessons.
  • Created lesson plans based on the curriculum and developed age-appropriate activities.
  • Review lesson plans of overseas volunteer teachers and provide pedagogical support.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional material for verbal and visual instruction.
  • Created and conducted developmentally appropriate lesson plans for the academic year.
  • Organized and planned activities, lesson plans and supportive instructional curriculum.
  • Reviewed and analyzed materials and current lesson plans for maximum efficiency.
  • Prepare lesson plans using developmentally appropriate activities according to NAEYC guidelines.
  • Developed lesson plans and agendas according to curriculum guidelines.
  • Created daily lesson plans and provided administrative assistance.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans and curriculum.
  • Prepared and implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Worked on Microsoft Office often (Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Excel), for example typing out lesson plans.
  • Guide and supervise assistance in developing and implementing daily and weekly lesson plans and administering entry and exit exams for students.

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4. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate specialized child care program.
  • Provide professional development opportunities for child care staff.
  • Earned State of Wisconsin Child Care Certification
  • Help manage child care operations and daily instruction for up to ten children including at times children diagnosed with developmental/learning disorders.
  • Appointed as the head of curriculum planning and academic coursework for all classes at the elementary and child care center.
  • Provided supportive educational child care for child victims and witnesses and other children of adults who must appear in court.
  • Led parent-teacher conferences, reviewing daily child care log, covering the child's progress, development and parental objectives.
  • Supervised the assistant teacher of the classroom and lead the classroom team (assistant teacher and child care worker).
  • Provide child care, originated and implemented games, activities and lesson plans, provide breakfast, lunch and snack daily
  • Created monthly curriculum and daily program for the entire child care using a combination of Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Worked in a National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) approved child care center.
  • Encouraged the Maryland Child Care Credentialing to staff as well as assisted in the child care credentialing process.
  • Lead Teacher responsible for all aspects of instruction and child care, as well as curriculum and development.
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards, and Preschool Employee and Policies.
  • Assist Child Care Site Director in developing, managing and monitoring the budget related to the site.
  • Prepared report cards and maintained NJ Child Care Provider Web Portal for attendance transactions and payments.
  • Prepare to assume responsibilities as assigned by the Director / Assistant Director of Child Care.
  • Coordinated lesson planning and daily child care of approximately 25 school-aged children with other staff.
  • Monitored and maintained classrooms according to the NJ Core Standards for Child Care Providers.
  • Operated classroom in accordance with the New York State Child Care Council guidelines.

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5. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Provided individualized and small group educational support instruction for students with special needs.
  • Provided individualized instruction and referrals for special needs students.
  • Worked with special needs children and their therapists to develop effective lesson plans and implemented those plans supplementary to classroom education.
  • Worked with the Birth to Three Program to develop and implement lesson plans and action plans for students with special needs.
  • Assisted those who were not able to function independently with toileting, feeding procedures, or any other special needs assistance.
  • Assess special needs children and create a plan of action to promote and track their progress throughout the school year.
  • Identify and use applicable community resources and those of other components in support of classroom programs and special needs.
  • Assist parents with the care of over 15 children with special needs ranging from age 11 to 22.
  • Locate programs and services for basic health and special needs for parents, and provide student first aid.
  • Worked with special needs children, including autistic and Down's Syndrome, quickly reacting to individual needs.
  • Observe children to detect signs of injury, illness, emotional disturbances, or other special needs.
  • Keep evaluation records for each child and serve as liaison and student advocate for special needs children.
  • Develop, implement, and manage enrichment programs for academically advanced students and those with special needs.
  • Formulated teaching materials and aids to help students with special needs to better understand their assignments.
  • Provide in-class support in order to integrate a child with special needs into a mainstream setting.
  • Worked with co-teacher to manage class of 36 children aged 3-6, some with special needs.
  • Collaborated with Child Development Consultant, special needs therapists and SEIT's to reinforce targeted skills.
  • Filled out paperwork for special service agencies for children with special needs and individual evaluations.
  • Integrated special needs children in the class allowing the children to develop with their classmates.
  • Introduce special needs children into the class to foster a positive experience for all children.

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6. Pre-Kindergarten

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Here's how Pre-Kindergarten is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented Pre-Kindergarten curriculum to evaluate children's progress and recommend appropriate learning plans.
  • Maintained a NAEYC portfolio with supporting documentation to meet standards outlined for Pre-Kindergarten.
  • Served as a teacher for Pre-Kindergarten aged children
  • Planned and executed a Pre-Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Implemented SRA Open Court Curriculum to the Pre-Kindergarten Class to better prepare students for their transition to Kindergarten.
  • Developed nine weeks' goals and pacing guide with Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten teachers, maximizing students' learning.

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7. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum in math, science, language arts, social studies and character development.
  • Created and implemented language arts, math, science, and social studies programs for thirty to fifty students.
  • Plan and teach the following high school classes, using the common core: language arts and science.
  • Planned curriculum and led activities in science, art, music, sports, and language arts.
  • Developed lesson plan activities that involved fine, gross motor, math and language arts skills.
  • Created curriculum that aligned with Oregon State Standards in Language Arts, History, and Sciences.
  • Provide one-on-one and one-on-four tutoring for Math and Language Arts in a learning center environment.
  • Worked aside head teacher at school for children with language-based learning disabilities in language arts.
  • Planned activities that would stimulate growth in language arts, social and emotional skills.
  • Served on social studies and language arts textbook adoption committees.
  • Incorporate arts, sciences, math and language arts.
  • Supervised language arts teachers in grades k-12.
  • Tutored in math and language arts.
  • Graded 3rd-5th grade 2008 English Language Arts (ELA) NYS Exam for New York City schools
  • Tutor students in K-6 grades in reading, math, English Language Arts.
  • Instructed 20 students in Math, Language Arts and Science.
  • Provided instruction for foundational math and early reading, science, art, geography, history, culture and language arts.
  • Developed and implemented a three-year cycle integrated social studies and language arts curriculum for the multi-age program.
  • Educate the children in Math, Science, English and Language arts Lesson plans.
  • Used centers for Math, Science, and Language Arts to improve students learning.

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8. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Supported school administration with coaching pre-k-5 and program implementation throughout network.
  • Verified and edited Pre-K curriculum according to state and federal guidelines.
  • Developed and implemented Pre-K educational experience inclusive of various developmental stages.
  • Developed and delivered all curriculum and instruction to Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Designed class curriculum based on Pre-Kindergarten core standards.
  • Created and implemented curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten aged children
  • Instructed Pre-K curriculum, designing and developing lessons to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Planned and implemented daily lessons in synchronization with the concepts to be impacted as the given Pre-K curriculum.
  • Contributed to the learning process on the Nursery and Pre-Kindergarten levels by following an age appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned implemented and assessed classroom goals, activities and outcomes developed for a group of Pre-Kindergarten children.
  • Designed, developed, and implemented Pre-K activities and educational lessons in Math, English and Art.
  • Tutored English and Math to students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12, via one-on-one and group instruction.
  • Created and executed Pre-K curriculum resulting in a high quality program that prepared Pre-K children for Kindergarten.
  • Head Teacher in Pre-K Classroom - Create curriculum to help develop both academic and social skills.
  • Instructed up to 15 students age's two to three in a full day Pre-Kindergarten class.
  • Attend Pre-K for All quarterly workshops to incorporate different teaching strategies and lessons into the classroom.
  • Provided professional development to Pre-K and K teachers in both literacy and math content areas.
  • Maintained a safe and loving environment to educate Pre-Kindergarten students using The High Scope Curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented daily lessons according to the Universal Pre-K state expectations and standards.
  • Served the parents of the firm and their families in a drop-off Pre-K setting.

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9. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and maintain class records including daily logs of class activities and individual students.
  • Organized class activities for students that encouraged students to develop team building skills.
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities and school field trips.
  • Plan class activities based on monthly theme(s).
  • Assessed students through class activities and class work.
  • Planned class activities one week in advanced.
  • Planned cultural events and outside class activities.

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10. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum and lesson plans Instructed in reading, mathematics, science, spelling and language.
  • Instruct, educate and tutor students in grades 7-12 in Mathematics and Chemistry.
  • Instruct 1:1 individualized ACT sessions in the areas of mathematics and science.
  • Instructed Mathematics, Language, Reading, Culture, Science.
  • Managed Assessment and Mathematics throughout school.
  • Created and provided daily instructions in the areas of art, mathematics, language arts and science.Provided activities promoting child development.
  • Utilized the Voices Literacy, Saxon Mathematics, and RDI social skills curriculums through daily instruction.
  • Head of Middle School Mathematics Department Math and Science Teacher and Counselor
  • Founded Pre K- Grade 12 private tutoring academy focusing on Mathematics,Science,English,Art and sport.

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11. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored implementation and coached four staff members based on current research in language acquisition.
  • Collaborated and communicated with four additional classroom staff members.
  • Guided effective relationships with all professional staff members.
  • Conducted two semi-annual evaluations on staff members.
  • Delegated responsibilities to summer staff members.
  • Conduct confidential meetings with parents and staff, assist director with screening potential applicants, and coordinating staff members' training.
  • Work cooperatively with classroom staff members to create a positive, motivating and caring environment to foster growth and learning.
  • Worked closely with the director and other staff members to ensure children were effectively receiving the information being taught.
  • Provided training, guidance and supervision to other staff members, and educated parents in the objectives of program.
  • Maintain records required to measure and record each child s development and for review with appropriate staff members.
  • Facilitate new staff training, maintained training manual for all staff members, supervise teachers and assistant teachers.
  • Collaborated with other teachers and staff members to create new and improved methods of conducting our classrooms.
  • Participate and supervise the meetings organized between the school staff members and community parents and guardians.
  • Give new teaching ideas to staff members and am responsible for the school's Teaching curriculum.
  • Coordinated needs of eight staff members, one hundred children, parents, and school administrators.
  • Communicate with parents and staff members on the developmentally appropriate practice for children of all ages.
  • Produced a monthly calendar with events and deadlines for all staff members for daily reference.
  • Worked efficiently with other staff members to create warm, enthusiastic, educational environment.
  • Authorize the fifteen (15) minute break of staff members in my classroom.
  • Trained staff members on the Montessori Method and on how to work with children.

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12. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored daily activities of children by providing a learning environment by organizing creative games and other activities.
  • Organized daily activities to promote and emphasize consistency and dependability by implementing daily lesson plans.
  • Reported daily activities to parents and managers to recommend curriculum changes.
  • Monitored daily activities and incorporated new and creative learning ideas.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and daily activities.
  • Supervised daily activities of preschool through kindergarten children.
  • Communicated daily activities to parents and higher management.
  • Prepared and administered outlines for daily activities.
  • Monitored and directed students in daily activities.
  • Monitored and recorded daily activities.
  • Facilitated the daily activities of the children, including trips, activities, and creating and arranging items in the classroom.
  • Communicated daily with parents using the app Tadpoles to highlight our daily activities both inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Facilitated Children's activities including daily activities, field trips, selecting and arranging equipment and materials in the classroom.
  • Plan and develop daily activities *Run own site at elementary school *Focus on youth development, healthy living, social responsibility
  • Supervised daily activities of 20 plus students, provided food services for 80 plus students with strict dietary constraints.
  • Planned, prepared and implemented daily activities, both indoor and outdoor, as they related to the curriculum.
  • Scheduled daily activities and parent teacher meetings, organized student files and helped coordinate monthly help courses for parents.
  • Organized and implemented plans to direct the daily activities that included group literacy sessions as well as individual projects.
  • Managed all educational expectations, daily activities, projects, concerts, field trips, and overall safety.
  • Worked in 4-5 year old classroom *Assisted head teacher in planning and daily activities *Developed units and ran lessons

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13. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement valuable experiences for three and four year old children in a collaborative, grant funded preschool pilot program.
  • Worked as Head Teacher for infants to 3-4 year-old children in a classroom setting integrated providing care and educational programs.
  • Provided a safe, consistent and secure developmentally appropriate environment for 25 two and three year old children per semester.
  • Developed an age-appropriate curriculum for a class of 20+ 3-5 year old children, based on the Montessori philosophy.
  • Supervised art and craft projects for groups of 6-7 year old children for summer camp and extended day programs.
  • Worked as the lead teacher in a classroom of ten to fifteen 12 to 24 month old children.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate classroom activities, across the curriculum, for three and four-year-old children.
  • Designed a bi-weekly curriculum for new born to 6 year old children to promote their developmental needs.
  • Designed lesson plans and schedule for up to 15 two-year-old children per day in early childhood classroom.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for all-day, mixed-aged class of 2,3, and 4-year old children.
  • Functioned as Head Teacher for multiple classes of 4-5 year old children in a preschool setting.
  • Specialized in the education of three and four year old children, following a Christian-based curriculum.
  • Planned, developed, prepared, and implemented an effective curriculum for 3-4 year old children.
  • Led a class of thirty 2-4 year old children in Circle Time and activities.
  • Head teacher of classroom of 3 year old children using the High Reach curriculum.
  • Designed a curriculum that was developmentally appropriate for 4 and 5 year old children.
  • Designed and implemented curriculum for the nursery class of sixteen, three-year old children.
  • Worked with a class of three and four-year old children on the autistic spectrum.
  • Planned and implemented educational curriculum for 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 year old children.2.
  • Created and implemented curriculum for 2-4-year old children in a private mixed-age preschool.

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14. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a stimulating and safe environment.
  • Head teacher in infants class nurtures and cares for infants provides secure and safe environment, adheres to CT ELDS curriculum
  • Maintained clean, sanitized all toys, and I kept a safe environment for the teachers, parents and children.
  • Provided a safe environment that addressed, and aided in, the development of physical, emotional and academic skills.
  • Make sure the classroom is up to standards and is a safe environment for the all the students.
  • Maintain a safe environment for 5 children at a time through daily schedules and routine requested parents.
  • Provided and maintained a safe environment, as well as followed all state laws and regulations.
  • Maintain an orderly, physical and safe environment conducive for optimal growth and development of children.
  • Help children with homework and activities * Provide a clean and child safe environment * Daily paperwork
  • Provided safe environment while children developed motor skills, starting their building blocks of education.
  • Instituted safety policies as per state regulations to provide a safe environment for the children.
  • Provided a clean and safe environment for the children (toys and room).
  • Ensured that the appearance, cleanliness and safe environment of classroom are appropriately maintained.
  • Helped with student development and provided and a safe environment for learning and growth.
  • Planned written lesson plans and conduct daily activities for children in a safe environment.
  • Assisted with cleaning to ensure a clean and safe environment for the children.
  • Established a fun and safe environment for the children to explore and discover.
  • Provided safe environment by maintaining orderly, safe, and appealing facilities.
  • Provided a nurturing and safe environment for children ages 12-18 months old.
  • Teach love and nurture children in a structured and safe environment.

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15. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement weekly and daily instructional recreational activities for preschool- aged children.
  • Developed academic and recreational activities for special needs students in after-school program.
  • Provide educational and recreational activities for a maximum of eight children.
  • Developed and supervised various daily educational and recreational activities.
  • Helped children with homework and planned recreational activities.
  • Assisted in educational, vocational, and recreational activities with the youth that promoted healthy living and built self-esteem and confidence.
  • Plan educational projects and recreational activities, teacher of the kindergarten class and help the children to achieve their academic goals.
  • Enhance the children's intellectual, physical, social and personal growth through educational and recreational activities.
  • Provided daily recreational activities and day care services to children from the age of 8-18 months.
  • Plan and promote parent involvement in events and social, cultural, and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and instruct children in health and personal habits.
  • Conducted recreational activities, as well as, chaperoned on major field trips.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote gross motor skills.
  • Inform parents via newsletter on upcoming classroom events and recreational activities.
  • Monitored and led recreational activities inside as well as outside.
  • Read to children and organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Assisted recreational activities with the students.
  • Provided educational and recreational activities for children, in apreschool/play care setting.
  • Provide educational and recreational activities for fifteen children, ages 15 to 24 months, in a preschool/play care setting.
  • Organized and promoted interest in recreational activities, such as art, sports, games, and hobbies.

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16. Toddler

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Here's how Toddler is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for toddler program, ensuring that appropriate opportunities were provided in order to maximize learning potential.
  • Co-developed activities and art projects for development -Ensured developmental milestones and on-track development for infants moving into the toddler room
  • Teach student teachers to implement and facilitate core curriculum to fit /support Infant/Toddler different developmental levels.
  • Provided a well-disciplined and conducive atmosphere to ensure quality education for toddler aged children.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum geared toward toddlers to academically prepare them for kindergarten.
  • Design and implementation of infant/toddler curriculum for full day Toddler Montessori class.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum and lesson plans for toddlers and preschoolers.
  • Reported all required information regarding infant toddler safety and care.
  • Encouraged and enhanced developmental growth in infant-toddler room.
  • Planned and conducted developmental activities for toddlers.
  • Administered and supervised an Accredited/Licensed Toddler center.
  • Cared for toddlers using developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for toddler program.
  • Supervised classroom teachers for Infant/Toddler program.
  • Developed and implemented an infant-toddler program.
  • Supervised toddler and two-year-old classrooms.
  • Developed curriculum for infant-toddler room.
  • Implemented a creative curriculum for Toddlers
  • Provided the infants and toddlers creative activities to promote inquisitiveness, and knowledge appropriate to the development levels of the children.
  • Provide toddlers with a safe, creative, and satisfying environment to learn in from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm daily.

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17. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Introduced new initiatives related to curriculum development.
  • Assisted the Director of Education in course and curriculum development, scheduling, student counseling and job placement services.
  • Led strategic planning for curriculum development and staff and course scheduling.
  • Reported on Curriculum Development as member of School Board.
  • Reported progress & curriculum development methods to the director.
  • Train new teachers/staff in classroom procedures &curriculum development & provide quality support to both the children & their parent/families.
  • Purchased all textbooks and supplies for grades 1 - 10 Oversaw the school's curriculum development for grades 1-8.

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18. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed outstanding partnerships with parents, coworkers and specialists through collaboration, providing verbal and written reports and coordinating parent-teacher conferences.
  • Establish and maintain positive, productive relationships with families through parent-teacher conferences, home visits, and parent-involvement initiatives.
  • Conducted biannual parent-teacher conferences and the graduation ceremony for those entering kindergarten the following school year
  • Evaluate student's developmental progress and present findings and observations to parents during Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Completed bi-annual assessment of children's development and reported progress to parents through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences with an emphasis for improving the home-school connection.
  • Facilitate parent-teacher conferences and involve parents/guardians in the learning process.
  • Coordinated and documented parent-teacher conferences and ensured retention of documentation.
  • Led parent-teacher conferences and made recommendations for kindergarten placement.
  • Write progress reports and deliver parent-teacher conferences biannually.
  • Developed strategies for student improvement during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Prepared student evaluations and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Prepare individual progress report for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and administered student assessments.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and discussed progress.
  • Performed assessments and led parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences once a semester.
  • Prepared and delivered parent-teacher conferences.
  • Scheduled parent-teacher conferences to evaluate the student's progress and address any concerns that the teachers or families may have.
  • Participated in and conducted parent-teacher conferences, advising parents on child's progress and how best to reinforce education.

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19. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed individualized programs and curriculum based Individualized Education Plans (IEP) recommendations for each student.
  • Coordinated IEP meetings, revised and updated Individualized educational programs for continuous progression of students.
  • Implement early care and education plan in an assigned classroom, including IEP services or other individualized plans for children.
  • Created IEP, IFSP, and annual reviews through assessment, consultation with parents, and coordination with service providers.
  • Maintained all required educational documentation (ESI-P, ASQ's, IEP's, and Developmental History forms).
  • Work with teachers to implement and execute Individualized Education Plans (IEP's) for CPSE and CSE meetings.
  • Acted as part of interdisciplinary team, wrote individual educational plans (IEP) and held periodic parent conferences.
  • Implement IEP's, develop individual goals for all children, be a leader, and also a learner.
  • Collaborate and work as a team with outside agencies to conduct a successful IEP meeting on a specific child.
  • Participated in IEP meetings during which I discussed the progress of students and collaborated with parents and other professionals.
  • Create and implement various students Individual Education Plans (IEP's) along with completing data recording for programs.
  • Develop case conferences based on class observations, IEP, NRS, lesson plans and student work samples.
  • Worked closely with the Special Education Resource Teacher to create IEP's for students with extra needs.
  • Contributed to the development and execution of IEP meetings, quarterly reports, evaluations/assessments and classroom meetings.
  • Coordinated and implemented Individualized education plans for students in classrooms as well as lead IEP meetings.
  • Maintained children's records; attended IEP meetings; consulted with therapist and SPED staff.
  • Communicated with therapists, helping to maintain schedules and to assure IEP requirements were met.
  • Compose IEP goals, attend annual IEP meetings, and write triennial progress reports.
  • Worked with other educational specialists and parents to develop IEP's when needed.
  • Head teacher for group of 14 diverse students including students with IEP's.

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20. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classrooms games and outdoor recreation activities.
  • Nurtured intellectual, emotional, and social development while encouraging self-efficacy within the classroom.
  • Enhanced individual and social development with innovative vocabulary building techniques.
  • Created and organized activities that promoted learning and social development.
  • Reported on student progress, behavior and social development to parents with the help of the DRDP assessment tool.
  • Plan and conduct parent workshops to support the language, learning and social development of their children.
  • Prepare scholars for their future academic lives by promoting their mental, physical, and social development.
  • Coordinate activities designed to stimulate the children's physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.
  • Assisted children in several classrooms ranging from 7th 12th grade with learning and social development.
  • Evaluated student work, monitored student performance and behavior, social development, and health.
  • Assisted in the educational and social development of students (ages 3 to 5).
  • Create and implement lessons and activities that promote cognitive, physical and social development.
  • Support the emotional and social development of children while creating a safe classroom environment.
  • Support the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of each child.
  • Worked with students on their cognitive, physical, and social developmental skills.
  • Help with children improve handwriting, mental, physical and social development.
  • Promoted the growth and social development of students in the class.
  • Provide accredited instruction for mental, physical, and social development.
  • Evaluated each child's academic, emotional, and social development.
  • Advised parents about students' academic and social development.

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21. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Collected and filed evidence in preparation for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Incorporated NAEYC protocols as preparation for accreditation.
  • Assessed curriculum implementation and supervised NAEYC standards.
  • Prepared portfolios for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Conduct preschool classes in state-licensed, program accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • Implemented curriculum following NAEYC, ECERS, and CT State Curriculum Framework, and complied with all School Readiness mandates.
  • Lead curriculum activities, create weekly classroom curriculum, and maintain NAEYC standards along with daily Head Teacher responsibilities.
  • Prepare and maintain a classroom portfolio, and help set up program portfolio for the NAEYC accreditation process.
  • Attended NAEYC Conference in Chicago, Illinois, to improve interaction methods and classroom activities with the children.
  • Participated in and passed the accreditation process through National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
  • Implemented a high standard creative educational NAEYC curriculum to assess 4-5 year old student's behavior and development2.
  • Served as a spoke person for PreK Now at the annual NAEYC conference in Chicago in 2007..
  • Developed and maintained a classroom environment and curriculum that reflected NAEYC standards and the High/Scope philosophy.
  • Supported the center in adhering to NAEYC, DCFS and Early Learning Guidelines and Standards.
  • Complied with guidelines in providing a quality early childhood program in accordance to NAEYC standards.
  • Facilitated the accreditation of NAEYC (National Association of Education of Young Child).
  • Participated in an array of workshops within the Newark Board of Education and NAEYCE.
  • Maintained NAEYC accreditation by adhering to set standards and criteria on a daily basis.
  • Developed and assembled the Program and Classroom Portfolios based on NAEYC's 10 Standards.
  • Maintain a clean and organized classroom for child safety and meet NAEYC accreditation standards.

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22. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented curriculum requirements through play, science, social studies, literacy, dramatic play and creative arts.
  • Implement an integrated curriculum that includes language and literacy, math, science, social studies, art and music.
  • Tutored children grades kindergarten - fifth in subjects including English, Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies.
  • Integrated music, arts math, social studies, language, literature, and socialization Activities.
  • Used differentiation while teaching lessons in early literacy, math, science, and social studies.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans in math, science, and social studies for kindergarten students.
  • Plan and teach reading, science, social studies, writing, vocabulary, and grammar.
  • Head Teacher/Soccer Coach/Theater Director Facilitated curriculum in the Social Studies and Theater Arts sector.
  • Created and implemented literature for Science/ Math and Social Studies unit plans.
  • Focused on integrating science and social studies into language art lessons.
  • Managed and evaluated high school social studies department with six employees.
  • Served as English department chair and Social Studies department chair.
  • Worked one-on-one with students in different areas of social studies.
  • Subject Teacher - teach students Social Studies and/or English.
  • Head taught math and social studies.
  • Developed and executed an integrated social studies and multi-sensory science curriculum on the Hudson River.
  • Implemented hands-on inquiry based social studies curriculum on Woodland Native Americans.
  • Instructed English, math, science and social studies; responsible for planning & developing lessons, enrichments, and field trips
  • Designed stations for science and social studies instruction that infused multi-sensory activities with content knowledge.
  • Structured reading, social studies, and science curriculums, aligning goals with Common Core.

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23. Montessori

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Here's how Montessori is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Evaluate classroom setup and ensure procurement of additional materials needed for a complete Montessori curriculum.
  • Organized classrooms and built furniture and materials used by children based on Montessori curriculum
  • Planned and supervised implementation of curriculum and classroom organization according to Montessori standards.
  • Designed and prepared all individualized learning environments in a traditional Montessori classroom.
  • Created and maintained an environment for learning that embraced the Montessori philosophy.
  • Participate in administrative workshops presenting and promoting Montessori Philosophy to prospective Parents.
  • Prepared and maintained a yearly inventory of all Montessori materials.
  • Implemented Montessori materials and lessons with children while instructing assistants
  • Provided parent education about the Montessori Method.
  • Implemented Montessori philosophy in daily program.
  • Worked with Montessori materials to promote learning
  • Executed daily operations of Montessori.
  • Configured setup of Montessori classroom.
  • Worked with children ages three to six, practiced the Montessori philosophy and also worked in the summer camp program.
  • Head Teacher -Hamilton Montessori School, with a classroom of students ranging from age three to first grade.
  • Started as an Assistant Teacher in a Montessori school and was promoted to Head Teacher after 3-4 months.
  • Created and maintained an enriching Montessori environment, empowering children to learn and realize their full potential.
  • Coordinated parent education programs to explain concepts and theories of Montessori; directed classroom of 12-15 children.
  • Implement Montessori curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child.
  • Lead a team of instructors that served children's developmental needs focused on the Montessori Method.

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24. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Earned my Early Childhood Credential for infants & toddlers (CDA), First Aid, and CPR certification
  • Attended child care classes and CPR/ first aid classes at the St. Robert Fire Department as needed.
  • Obtained a Class E driver's license, First Aide, CPR and Food Handler's certification.
  • Certified in First Aid/CPR, member of NJAEYC, and attends professional workshops for professional growth.
  • Adhere to all state and city licensing requirements, teacher child/ratios, and CPR/first aid certification.
  • Attend 20 hours professional development annually, including maintaining current CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Certified in CPR, First Aid, and Water Safety.
  • Certified in Infant and Child First Aid and CPR.
  • Provide CPR or First Aid in case of emergency.
  • Attended and completed two CPR/First Aid courses.
  • Updated my CPR and First Aide Certificates.
  • Certified in Pediatric First Aid/ CPR.
  • Perform First Aide/CPR when emergencies occur.
  • Learned CPR, child first aid.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum using Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold Upheld all CPR and California regulated certifications.
  • Attended trainings necessary for classroom Medical Administration Training (MAT) certification Infant and child CPR and First Aide.
  • Attend trainings which include but are limited to First Aid, CPR, and Child Abuse.
  • Worked with Autistic students Write IEPs Teach life skills ABA Trained Worked on a team Restraint/CPR/first aide
  • Attended special trainings courses with the Department of Social Services and received training in CPR.
  • Have my Early child development units CPR and First Aid Certified

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25. Monthly Newsletter

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Here's how Monthly Newsletter is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Published monthly newsletters to offer general classroom information and parent education as well as utilizing the services of HomeworkNow.com.
  • Communicated regularly with families via daily letters, weekly calendars and monthly newsletters.
  • Communicated regularly with parents both personally and through monthly newsletters.
  • Provide parents with weekly/monthly newsletters, evaluations & parent/teacher conferences.
  • Plan Infants activities according to the curriculum, write monthly newsletters, and decorate Infant room door monthly.
  • Created weekly lesson plans, wrote monthly newsletters and communicated effectively with parents on a daily basis.
  • Composed a monthly newsletter to inform parents/guardians of classroom activities and promoted family involvement in the school.
  • Created and maintained child files, monthly newsletters, transition/welcome letters, child portfolios and meeting agendas.
  • Interacted with parents in person, via email, daily notes and a monthly newsletter.
  • Designed monthly newsletters to highlight activities and connect parents with the greater community.
  • Provide monthly newsletters to parents and weekly summaries of lesson plans to Director.
  • Planned and implemented creative lesson plans, monthly newsletters and report cards.
  • Provide parents with a daily and monthly newsletter regarding classroom occurrences.
  • Composed monthly newsletters to provide parents with updates and activity schedules.
  • Created a monthly newsletter for parents and conducted parent conferences.
  • Developed monthly newsletter that informed parents about the center.
  • Produced monthly newsletter of current activities for families.
  • Coordinate summer field trips and prepare monthly newsletters.
  • Create and provide monthly newsletters for the families.
  • Write monthly Newsletters and student's reports.

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26. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Head Teacher of the Twaddler Room, 2-3 years old*Prepares the daily schedule and learning time*Develop's projects and activities*Begins potty training
  • Teach the children their alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, gender identification, potty training, etc.
  • Provide full care including diaper changes, feedings, potty training and assisting children to sleep at nap time.
  • Developed children's recognition of colors, letters, and shapes; also assisted in potty training.
  • Followed health and safety rules while, potty training and supervising all children at all times.
  • Head Teacher Children from ages 2-4 I assisted with potty training.
  • Helped children reach milestones in the area of self care/potty training.
  • Help the children and the parents with starting potty training.
  • Help children through the potty training process.
  • Encourage children with potty training.
  • Help potty training with them.
  • Assisted parents in potty training Kept daily records of breakfast, lunches, and snacks.
  • Created lesson plans, did arts and crafts with students, and potty training.
  • Developed monthly educational curriculum, taught self-help skills such as potty training.
  • Educate children aged 1-2 years old Teach basic numbers, colors, and words Teach and enforce potty training
  • Participated in "potty training" for toddlers.

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27. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain strong parent-teacher relationships based on open communication and ongoing interactions.
  • Initiated and maintained open communication with parents, co-workers and supervisors.
  • Establish positive relationships with parents and create open communication with them
  • Established open communication with parents and provided information regarding development.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents as well as confidentially.
  • Encouraged daily open communication with parents while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Maintained open communication with parents through daily experience sheets.
  • Developed and maintained an open communication system with parents.
  • Maintained ongoing and open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Maintained open communication with parents and director.
  • Planned daily activities - Trained new employees - Cared for children emotionally and physically - Open communication with parents and other employees
  • Updated children's portfolios and daily sheets to maintain open communication with parents; updated NAEYC portfolio to maintain accreditation.
  • Maintained open communication with parents on child's progress through monthly reports which included areas such as academics and behavior.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues; fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Promote open communication between parents and teachers for any and all child and classroom activities, concerns and needs.
  • Established a caring, patient and nurturing environment by employing open communication with parents and family members.
  • Develop open relationships with parents through open communication, emails and one on one meeting.
  • Maintained open communication with all parents through daily reports, monthly newsletters, parent/teacher conferences.
  • Maintained and interacted with parents and staff with clear open communication on a daily basis.
  • Maintain open communication with parents about children's behavior, learning and development.

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28. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with children in small groups or individually as needed to assess and evaluate their developmental needs and achievements.
  • Organize and implement lessons for individuals, small groups, and large groups using a variety of teaching strategies.
  • Supported students through extra help and tutoring -sessions during after-school intervention hours Monday-Thursday by working in small groups.
  • Demonstrated effective classroom management with the class as a whole, in small groups, and individually.
  • Manage class of 20 students, utilizing whole class instruction, small groups, and individual teaching.
  • Read books to the entire class and in small groups while keeping the children attentive and interested.
  • Head children's teacher instructing small groups of Japanese students from ages three through 12.
  • Utilize teaching techniques such as small groups, peer teaching, and learning center activities.
  • Structured daily lessons for one-on-one, small groups, and large group instruction.
  • Performed activities with the entire class, small groups and one-on-one- sessions
  • Created and implemented activities for large and small groups of children.
  • Planned lessons for individual students, small groups and whole class.
  • Administered children individually also in small groups to meet their goals.
  • Conducted guided reading with small groups of at risk students.
  • Interacted and read to large and small groups of children.
  • Helped to develop children independently and in small groups.
  • Work with children individually and in small groups.
  • Supervised individual and small groups of children.
  • Instruct and assesse small groups in reading, language arts, and mathematics.
  • Worked with small groups of students during Lliteracy and Math centers.

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29. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Performed various duties as needed, including personal care, educational and developmental activities.
  • Train new Teachers/Classroom Aides/Personal Care Aide on documentation policies and procedures.
  • Provided complete educational developmental and daily personal care for children.
  • Provided total educational development and daily personal care for child.
  • Certified Personal Care Assistant and Family Care Advocate endorsements/CPR/First Aid
  • Assisted in personal care/medical needs of severely disabled students.

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30. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Research and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum for children infants - five years old and daily schedule for each age group.
  • Planned a daily schedule that provided a balance of activities: quiet/active, indoor/outdoor, fine/gross motor, etc.
  • Conduct daily schedules of feedings, naps, projects, and outdoor activities to keep children in a routine.
  • Set up daily schedule and learning centers and taught the children ages 3-5 years many varied theme units.
  • Implement the daily schedule of activities in a safe, supportive, stimulating, and age-appropriate manner.
  • Plan a daily schedule which suits that needs of the children and encourages positive learning and reinforcement
  • Design and implement lesson plans, develop and adhere to individual daily schedules for each child.
  • Prepared lesson plans and daily schedule of activities to be followed in the after school program.
  • Take care of the class from following a daily schedule while preparing lesson plans.
  • Established a well-managed classroom incorporating all center programs within the daily schedule for Preschool.
  • Compiled a classroom daily schedule and made changes according to a child's needs.
  • Introduce routine and schedule to the children's activities and daily schedule.
  • Planned curriculum, lesson plans, daily schedule, and special projects.
  • Arrange and implement lessons plans, daily schedules, and respective projects.
  • Plan curriculum, daily schedule, special projects and field trips.
  • Assisted all aspects in daily schedule of the Elementary aged class.
  • Maintained responsibilities for daily schedule and monthly curriculum throughout the school.
  • Prepared daily schedules, meals, and outdoor/ indoor events.
  • Assist director with payroll, and maintaining a daily schedule.
  • Planned the curriculum for class and the daily schedule.

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31. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created art projects that promoted individual creativity.
  • Developed art projects for the children throughout the daycare and ensured projects were age appropriate for each child.
  • Reinforced learning by structuring art projects and snack ideas to go with each letter of the alphabet.
  • Organized and led art projects, music and rhythm activities, and engaged children in dramatic play.
  • Planned daily art projects, weekly themes, and circle led groups which included music and movement.
  • Planned and lead hikes, nature explorations, and collaborative art projects for children ages 5-7.
  • Developed lesson plans, art projects, and conducted activities relevant to the daily lesson plan.
  • Enhanced instruction through play, interactive songs and reading, wide variety of art projects
  • Coordinated and handled classroom art crafts including bulletin boards and seasonal art projects.
  • Created beautiful Art projects out of sand art, paint, sticks etc.
  • Provided them with curriculum, activities, reading and art projects.
  • Created art projects, activities, movie nights and more.
  • Helped other classes with any big art projects.
  • Create lesson plans, art projects and games.
  • Created art projects according to age groups.
  • Organized various art projects for the children.
  • Plan art projects and assist with homework.
  • Create art projects, do circle time, read, dance, greet parents by making them feel welcome, etc.
  • Greeted parents, made lesson plans, did art projects)
  • Lead morning circle time Many read avoids art projects.

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32. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created sensory bags that were developmentally appropriate for all age groups - infants to preschool - that were used in classrooms.
  • Designed curriculum and taught Chinese immersion classrooms of mixed age groups with children between the ages of 5 and 12.
  • Provided quality care by maintaining a calm, safe, and friendly atmosphere to children of all age groups.
  • Exchanged suggestions and opinions with teachers of other age groups on methods of reinforcing positive development in our students.
  • Employed a wide variety of teaching techniques to meet the needs of individual students in all age groups.
  • Gained hands-on experience with small and large classes within various age groups, educational ability and grade levels.
  • Assisted other teachers as needed, implemented social activities that included age groups from 2-5 years old.
  • Stimulated young minds through play and interaction while achieving milestones in their appropriate age groups.
  • Worked with various age groups including 9 months- 9 years of age.
  • Facilitate weekly gym class for all the age groups and their abilities.
  • Created and implemented curriculum for special art classes for parallel age groups.
  • Floated to other classrooms to assist on multiple age groups.
  • Developed and taught group lessons for all age groups.
  • Prepared art activities for different age groups once a week
  • Designed and implemented curriculum for various age groups.
  • Observe children age groups six weeks and up.
  • Aided camaraderie between age groups.
  • Work with all age groups, currently working with age 2 to 3 years of age ....
  • Age groups range from 6 weeks to 12 years of age.
  • Planned and lead after school program activities for various age groups and served healthy snacks to children in the program daily.

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33. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed/implemented curricula and facilitated daily instruction of ESL material to students.
  • Partnered with Art and ESL teachers on projects that significantly improved student writing and research skills.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans to beginning, intermediate and advanced ESL students in Grades 6-9.
  • Facilitate a learning environment where many ESL students learned to converse in English to their peers.
  • Researched various curriculum's throughout the ESL community to develop appropriate programs for our institution.
  • Coordinate intake of new ESL students and administration of the LAB-R and NYSESLAT exams.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for beginning and intermediate ESL students in Grades 6-8.
  • Create and execute literacy and math curricula to grade 6 ESL and non-ESL students.
  • Created curriculum, schedules and taught Junior and Senior TESL in High School.
  • Assist advanced ESL students as a push-in teacher in literacy and content areas.
  • Created a warm supportive learning environment for preschool ESL children and parents.
  • Graduated 5 non-native English speaking students from ESL Learning-to-Read program.
  • Conducted English Literature classes while accommodating ESL students.
  • Worked with child who is ESL.
  • Developed ESL, Business Ethics, and Western Culture lesson plans for 3rd and 4th year university students.
  • Conducted 15 hiring interviews for ESL candidates.Addressed customer concerns with timely feedback and support.
  • Prepared lunchesPlanned group time activitiesLed story time and songs
  • Served as head foreign teacher of ESL Program at the prestigious Suankularb Withayalai secondary boys' school.
  • Focus: Establishing, marketing, updating and teaching via skype for www.easyesl123.com

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34. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared several lesson plans, bulletin boards, observations and assessments, and letters to parents of child's progress.
  • Created weekly bulletin boards which displayed student art work as well as lessons for each week.
  • Decorated the room with bulletin boards, pictures, children's artwork and other hangings.
  • Created games and bulletin boards which the children could manipulate in order to reinforce learning.
  • Participated in the construction of bulletin boards, monthly themes and lesson plans.
  • Create monthly lesson plans, class newsletters, and attractive bulletin boards.
  • Created classroom posters, bulletin boards, and parent newsletters.
  • Set up a classroom centers as well as bulletin boards.
  • Supervised children play and daily interactions Created projects that were exhibited on the classroom bulletin boards.
  • Prepared lesson plans, newsletters, and bulletin boards Supervised children during services.
  • Organize programs & activities Create bulletin Boards & blogs for parents Responsible for safety of classroom and children
  • Developed curriculum webs Created learning centers and bulletin boards Observed patterns of behavior Worked productively with parents
  • Prepared lessons and taught students in various subjects Implemented weekly lessons and activities Created bulletin boards Assisted in swimming instruction

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35. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized play and interactive activities with an increasing focus on early academic learning, including letter recognition, phonics and numbers.
  • Prepare lesson plans; Teach Basic Skills (numbers, shapes, colors, letter recognition and more).
  • Teach pupils basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness.
  • Worked on letter recognition, numbers and shapes.
  • Focused on teaching number and letter recognition and introduction to writing foundations necessary for Kindergarten
  • Developed lessons focused on letter recognition and letter sound recognition in a preschool setting

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36. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Promote cognitive, social, and emotional development based on Emergent Curriculum/Project Approach techniques and Developmentally Appropriate practices.
  • Nurtured their emotional development, supervised indoor and outdoor activities while adhering to all safety rules.
  • Provided one to one academic and emotional development time for children with disabilities and/or learning delays.
  • Maintained student documentation through portfolios which included pictures and drawing which focused on social/emotional development.
  • Developed learning centers that promoted math, cooking, social-emotional development, and literacy.
  • Produced an extensive father focused program regarding social emotional development.
  • Support social, emotional development and provide positive guidance.
  • Support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance to children, families, and co-workers.
  • Provide children with learning experiences that promote their cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Provided experiences that enhance motor, language, cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Provide learning experience to promote cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • picnic curriculum) Collaborated with head and assistant teacher for parent/teacher conferences Supported the social-emotional development of each child

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37. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented educational activities to achieve curriculum goals in a comfortable and secure atmosphere for children.
  • Communicate openly with parents about educational activities, academic progress, and behaviors.
  • Assisted certified head teacher in facilitating activities and engaged in educational activities
  • Designed and implemented multicultural educational activities for students grades K-6.
  • Supervised playtime, educational activities, and provided nutritional meals.
  • Implemented lesson plans for educational activities and arranged playtime materials.
  • Conducted engaging educational activities that aided each students needs.
  • Help children with multiple disabilities with educational activities
  • Enhance the growth and development of young children through educational activities in addition to providing families with community resources and advocacy.
  • Maintain cleanliness of classroom, follow all state regulations, develop and engage in educational activities with children.
  • Provided preschool age children with educational activities to promote a smooth transition to a school setting.
  • Head Teacher for 9 weeks incorporating and coordinating recreational and educational activities for 3rd grade students.
  • Planned and programmed educational activities, as well as maintained a state licensed day care center.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans and educational activities for 10 children ages 3-5.
  • Provide snack, supervise recess, homework help, and educational activities.
  • Create weekly lesson plans that engage students in fun and educational activities.
  • Teach educational activities and care for the children in the classroom.
  • United States Developed theme educational activities using Creative Curriculum.
  • Created several educational activities for all ages .

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38. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Provided a structure classroom setting witch enabled a cohesive learning environment.
  • Lead planning and instruction of 18 students, including a high percentage of ELL learners in a full-day open classroom setting.
  • Supervised staff and volunteers in meeting the individual needs of preschool children from low-income families in daily classroom setting.
  • Facilitated and assessed children's development in preparation for their advancement to the next age level classroom setting.
  • Planned and implemented educational lessons for a classroom of 16 children in a daycare/classroom setting.
  • Worked with children (one to five years old) in a classroom setting.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed daily immersion English in a classroom setting.
  • Work with at Special Education Students in both residential and classroom settings.
  • Educated juvenile delinquents about Life Skills in a restricted classroom setting.
  • Supervised and organized staff in 1 to 2yr old classroom setting.
  • Observe and assess students' abilities in a classroom setting.
  • Prepared lesson plans and implement them in a classroom setting.
  • Organize the classroom setting making sure everything is age appropriate.
  • Provide for a well kept and organized classroom setting.
  • Provided loving and educational care to a classroom setting.
  • Maintain a classroom setting of 10 children.
  • Introduced creative programs within the classroom setting.
  • Head teacher in a small classroom setting
  • Provided early intervention services in a classroom setting for Autistic 2-and 3- year-olds using an ABA format.
  • Head Teacher of Class for autistic based classroom, M.O.V.E classroom, and various integrated classroom settings.

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39. Summer Program

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Here's how Summer Program is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implement original curriculum for summer program that included differentiated and interdisciplinary lessons.
  • Provided additional academic support in after school and summer program.
  • Supervised and guided junior/senior counselor summer program staff.
  • Organize and participate in extra-curricular activities such as summer programs, Halloween parades, plays and performances.
  • Answered phones * Gave tours * Set up field trips for summer program * Obtained van/passenger license
  • Managed between 10-30 children during the after school program and 60-100 children during the summer program.
  • Led an after school and summer program for students who had varying degrees of autism.
  • Head of Classroom, ran Curriculum, ran summer program along with another head teacher.
  • Implemented and directed after school and summer programs and activities * Supervised three assistant teachers
  • Planned and supervised spring and summer programs, school events and field trips.
  • Assisted in selecting, ordering and preparing resources used in the summer program.
  • Planned and implemented 9-week long visual arts summer program for children ages 5-12.
  • Train teachers and teacher assistants in my charge and oversight of Summer Program
  • Organized a separate curriculum for the winter, spring and summer programs.
  • Opened and ran a summer program with a focus on academic enrichment.
  • Developed and implemented individual and group summer programs for ages 6-11.
  • Head teacher for elementary school children in after school and summer programs
  • Run summer program for school age children for 16 years.
  • Designed and initiated a creative summer program for children.
  • Planned activities for the after-school and summer program.

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40. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created, organized, and implemented all-school programs, special events, and academic events.
  • Conducted summer camps, budgeted and planned special events and field trips with the director.
  • Created, organized, and implemented all-school special days and special events.
  • Assisted center management with special events conducted for children and families.
  • Planned, coordinated and participated in special events.
  • Assisted Center Director with special events and activities.
  • Assist with planning special events.
  • Plan and conduct back to school night, Pre K graduation, & other special events.
  • Prepared various flyers and documents for 80-100 families to promote special events and activities.
  • Plan special events (i.e.

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41. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Respond to high volume telephone calls, maintain records, type all correspondences, copy, and fax.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork and making phone calls.
  • Maintained a family network with the parents through newsletters, phone calls, and conferences.
  • Answered phone calls, faxes and emailed parents on a daily basis.
  • Handle paperwork, office work and take care of phone calls.
  • Handled phone calls regarding payments, and questions from concerned parents.
  • Send faxes and return phone calls on Director/companies behalf.
  • Answered, screened and forwarded phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls from parents and managers.
  • Assisted in phone calls and transfers.

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42. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Established and upheld yearly curriculum according to state regulations.
  • Attended and scheduled continuous required courses needed to maintain the New York State regulations for the daycare center.
  • Complied with Sylvan, Board of Education and NJ state regulations with students learning expectations.
  • Follow state regulations in preparing meals and snacks, hand washing, and diapering.
  • Trained volunteers in new curriculum as well as state regulations for program operation.
  • Ensured policies and procedures were met that are required by state regulations.
  • Maintain center's compliance with State regulations, polices and procedures.
  • Maintained staff and student files in compliance with state regulations.
  • Follow and abide by state regulations regarding nutrition and hygiene.
  • Maintain proper documentation to comply with county and state regulations.
  • Prepared and served meals and snacks according to state regulations.
  • Maintain compliance with state regulations.Communicate effectively with parents as well as co workers.
  • Assumed responsibility for the protection and safety of children in a class while being in compliance wirh state regulations.
  • Fulfilled requirements from the Board of Education, NJ State Regulations and The High Scope Expections.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum Organized and managed classroom Maintained state regulations and standards
  • Maintained and monitored the centers compliance at state regulations, and implemented the necessary means to remediate any prospective citations.

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43. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Establish and maintain standards for behavior that foster student self-discipline and positive relationships among students.
  • Maintain a comfortable learning environment as well as positive relationships with parents and caregivers.
  • Collaborated with and maintained positive relationships with co-workers on a daily basis.
  • Liaised with parents to ensure positive relationships and customer satisfaction.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, State licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • Foster positive relationships with families and host a new parent orientation for incoming families every quarter.
  • Respected and commended for positive relationships built with students, parents, administrators and staff.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, community members and fellow teachers and staff.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents and informed them about their child's progress.
  • Maintain positive relationships with children, staff, parents, and co-workers.
  • Formed positive relationships with families, children, and fellow employees.
  • Establish positive relationships with parents by speaking with them weekly.
  • Promoted positive relationships between students and teachers within the classroom.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with students, families and staff.
  • Build positive relationships with children as well as families.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with families.
  • Develop and oversee disciplinary and classroom management strategies Maintain positive relationships with coworkers, administration, children and parents
  • Direct customer service Developed positive relationships with guardians.
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculums, as well as maintained positive relationships with parents, children, and co-workers.
  • encouraged their social, emotional, physical and intellectual development Maintained close positive relationships with children and families from diverse !

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44. Social Needs

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Here's how Social Needs is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain a curriculum that should fulfill the children's educational developmental, cognitive emotional and social needs.
  • Design and develop class plans to meet the academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Evaluated and assisted students with academic, vocational, and social needs.
  • Maintain confidentiality-Complete home visits-Plan and implement activities to meet physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of children.
  • Coordinated with director and teacher assistant to fulfill children's educational developmental, cognitive, emotional and social needs.
  • Developed and implemented interesting daily curriculum plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.

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45. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Integrated art, cooking, imaginative play, literacy, and social studies into a cohesive, enriching thematic unit.
  • Use a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided children with the ability to manipulate and explore various materials throughout daily centers to increase creativity and imaginative play.
  • Practiced multiple intelligence facilitation to prepare students for advancement through exploration in both learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided a stimulating environment for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Create age-appropriate, physically and mentally engaging and imaginative play activities for the children.

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46. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a nurturing and supportive environment that fosters independence, intellectual growth, and enthusiasm for learning.
  • Create engaging projects, games, music and large motor skill activities geared toward intellectual growth.
  • Led activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for preschool.
  • Planned various activities for promoting physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth of students.
  • Organized activities that stimulated children's physical, emotional, and intellectual growth.
  • Instructed children from 3 - 4 year of age in activities designed to promote social,physical and intellectual growth.

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47. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Use developmentally strategies and instructional materials which help learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed at the next level.
  • Create lessons and instructional materials to meet varied levels of ability and diverse learning styles.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet the child's various needs and interest.
  • Created instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual leaning, needs and behavior of children.
  • Prepared and implemented instructional materials, activities, and units in a k-5 setting.
  • Create instructional materials and lesson plans consistent with individual learning needs and behaviors.
  • Key Contributions: Earned praise for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials.

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48. Cognitive Development

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Here's how Cognitive Development is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Keep safe caring environment, with emphasis on cognitive development, and kindergarten readiness.
  • Documented and observed children's social, emotional, linguistic and cognitive development.
  • Provide written assessment of each student on their cognitive development and skills.
  • Plan upcoming lessons for varying age groupResearch cognitive development lessons for immersion programMeet with parents and students concerning student growth
  • Conducted daily observations, designed to identify and evaluate any improvement in physical and cognitive development, to update reports accordingly.
  • Evaluated students through quarterly anecdotes to ensure cognitive development met or exceeded acceptable progress.

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49. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Supported and encouraged a positive attitude toward learning, social behavior and emotional well-being as well as their physical health.
  • Observe students during classroom and play activities to evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Provide support and advocacy services, on and off site, for families concerning: mental and physical health services.
  • Attend to children's basic needs and observe/evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Evaluated children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health through assessment, evaluation, progress reports.
  • Established rules and expectations for students, and continuously observed/evaluated behavior, development, performance, and physical health.

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50. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children
  • Identified early signs of developmental problems and brought them to the parents' attention.
  • Observe children's to identify signs of illness or emotional or developmental problems.
  • Identified signs of emotional/developmental problems in children and brought them to parents'/guardians' attention.
  • Prepared children for kindergarten, planned curriculum, watched for signs of emotional developmental problems in children
  • Communicate with parents and management to identify signs of emotional or developmental problems.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Head Teacher

Appropriate Curriculum17.9%
Classroom Management16.1%
Lesson Plans15.9%
Child Care10.8%
Special Needs5.3%
Pre-Kindergarten5%
Language Arts3.8%
Pre-K3.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Head Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
15.8%
15.8%
2
2
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
14.2%
14.2%
3
3
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
14%
14%
4
4
Child Care
Child Care
9.5%
9.5%
5
5
Special Needs
Special Needs
4.7%
4.7%
6
6
Pre-Kindergarten
Pre-Kindergarten
4.4%
4.4%
7
7
Language Arts
Language Arts
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Pre-K
Pre-K
3.2%
3.2%
9
9
Class Activities
Class Activities
2.9%
2.9%
10
10
Mathematics
Mathematics
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Staff Members
Staff Members
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
OLD Children
OLD Children
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Toddler
Toddler
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
IEP
IEP
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Social Development
Social Development
1%
1%
21
21
Naeyc
Naeyc
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Montessori
Montessori
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
CPR
CPR
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Monthly Newsletter
Monthly Newsletter
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Small Groups
Small Groups
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Daily Schedule
Daily Schedule
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Art Projects
Art Projects
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
ESL
ESL
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Letter Recognition
Letter Recognition
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Emotional Development
Emotional Development
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Summer Program
Summer Program
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Special Events
Special Events
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Social Needs
Social Needs
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Intellectual Growth
Intellectual Growth
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Cognitive Development
Cognitive Development
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Physical Health
Physical Health
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.2%
0.2%

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