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Top 50 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Head Teacher

1. Appropriate Curriculum
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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed and utilized integrated, developmentally appropriate curriculum plans that reflected mandated elements, parental, and cultural influence.
  • Developed weekly plans and implemented age appropriate curriculum to activate all domains of children's development.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum that supported each child's individual needs.
  • Implement and conceptualize age appropriate curriculum lessons plans and activities.
  • Developed and implemented age appropriate curriculum in three classrooms.
  • Provide age appropriate curriculum and extra curricular activities.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Create an implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Prepare environment for developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed developmentally appropriate curriculum for children.
  • Supported 12 MAPEH teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a group of 200 students.
  • Plan developmentally and culturally appropriate curriculum that fosters the growth of all children.
  • Create and implement lesson plans that follow the appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed age appropriate curriculum for three year old students.
  • Oversee and develop age appropriate curriculum.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Planned age appropriate curriculum for students in Math and English - Worked on students' language and fine motor skills.
  • Planned daily activities to engage children and keep them physically active throughout the day * Developed age appropriate curriculum
  • Designed and implemented a child center, age appropriate curriculum, integrating all disciplines and learning domains.

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2. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handled challenging behaviors.
  • Planned and conducted daily lessons and was responsible for organization of classroom management.
  • Create and implement lesson plans utilizing classroom management and instructional delivery skills.
  • Mentored and assisted new teachers with original lesson planning and classroom management.
  • Modeled classroom management and supervised student teachers, volunteers and senior workers.
  • Delegated responsibilities to assistant teachers ensuring efficient classroom management.
  • Developed and implemented classroom management systems and procedures.
  • Developed and implemented classroom management techniques.
  • Maintained classroom management using daily bell ringer, solid agenda, and one on one check-ins with students.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Develop and present daily lesson plans and maintain positive classroom management.
  • Observed teachers classes and helped teachers' with classroom management skills.
  • Mentor new teachers and teacher s assistance in classroom management.
  • Maintain classroom management to ensure the safety of each child.
  • Used classroom management with up to 20 children.
  • Use competent and positive classroom management techniques.
  • Ensured classroom management at all times.
  • Attended a variety of professional development workshops centered on learning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging learning activities.
  • Full teaching and classroom management responsibility for a group of Pre-Kindergarten students (ages 2 1/2 to 5).
  • Maintained on going classroom management.

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3. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented formative assessments, created lesson plans, administered daily homework assignments and created self-made student reports.
  • Organized and planned activities, lesson plans and supportive instructional curriculum.
  • Created and conducted developmentally appropriate lesson plans for the academic year.
  • Developed long-term plans based on Illinois curricular standards and created lesson plans based on long-term curricular goals.
  • Develop and instruct age-appropriate lesson plans that encourage academic, social, physical and emotional growth.
  • Developed lesson plans to meet the individual needs of each child.
  • Developed, designed, and implemented daily and weekly lesson plans.
  • Implemented lesson plans and assessed all students on a weekly basis.
  • Organized academic lesson plans according to each students working levels.
  • Managed the development and implementation of lesson plans and homework.
  • Created lesson plans tailored to the Connecticut preschool assessment framework.
  • Planned and administered lesson plans and activities.
  • Created and performed lesson plans.
  • Organized lesson plans & Activities.
  • Researched, organized and taught daily, weekly and monthly lesson plans Taught individualized Developmental skills and activities
  • Created lesson plans and altered curriculum to best service students who ranged in development age and academic abilities.
  • Created lesson Plans Plan Classroom curriculum for the month according to Common Core Standards.
  • Created and taught lesson plans for students Supervised students during fire drills and trips
  • Implemented the D.E.A.R literacy curriculum in my lesson plans.
  • Created engaging lesson plans for 2 year olds.

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4. Child Care
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Here's how Child Care is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Help manage child care operations and daily instruction for up to ten children including at times children diagnosed with developmental/learning disorders.
  • Encouraged the Maryland Child Care Credentialing to staff as well as assisted in the child care credentialing process.
  • 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.
  • Promote programs and recruits family child care providers and center staff to participate.
  • Participated in workshops and seminars related to the field of child care.
  • Supervised and trained staff and students with undertaking child care training programs.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and an openness to new ideas in child care practices.
  • Train, supervise and mentor all School Age Child Care staff.
  • Supervised a staff of (11) child care providers.
  • Created programming and provided direct child care to preschool-aged children.
  • Assist with training of new child care employees.
  • Acted as assistant to child care director.
  • Maintain child care records and folders.
  • Arrange all Child Care field trips.
  • Develop and implement a twelve (12) month age appropriate child care program for pre-school infant/toddler and school aged children.
  • Featured in a film documentary about the Jewish Child Care Association filmed by the Albert and David Maysles Production Company.
  • School Age Child Care, SACC Program Development and implementation of daily SACC programming.
  • Coordinate supplemental activities in the child care program (i.e.

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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.
  • Assisted those who were not able to function independently with toileting, feeding procedures, or any other special needs assistance.
  • Keep evaluation records for each child and serve as liaison and student advocate for special needs children.
  • Assess individual and group needs, attending to special needs, specific interests, strengths and concerns.
  • Worked with co-teacher to manage class of 36 children aged 3-6, some with special needs.
  • Worked one on one after school with special needs students to assist with lesson comprehension.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as physical and mental disabilities.
  • Introduce special needs children into the class to foster a positive experience for all children.
  • Managed Assistant Teachers and arranged meetings with specialists for children with special needs.
  • Reported any special needs or problems of individual children to the Program Coordinator.
  • Use a collaborative team approach in addressing concerns or special needs of children.
  • Direct care of children with special needs as well as typically developing children.
  • Identified children with special needs and aided parents in accessing outside resources.
  • Observe and report on children with special needs.
  • Cared for children with special needs.
  • Advocated for special needs students.
  • Prepared and carried out age-appropriate lesson plans consistent to the special needs program; utilized the Reggio Emilio curriculum.
  • Accommodated wide range of student needs, worked with SEITs and other special needs professionals.
  • Helped special education teachers plan goals for special needs student.
  • Integrate special needs children in a respectful manner.

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6. Pre-Kindergarten
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Here's how Pre-Kindergarten is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed a sequential order drawing/writing program for the Pre-Kindergarten students.
  • Developed and delivered all curriculum and instruction to Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Planned implemented and assessed classroom goals, activities and outcomes developed for a group of Pre-Kindergarten children.
  • Attend all Universal Pre-Kindergarten meetings, workshops and training seminars.
  • Job Duties Included: Assisted in the Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Lead Teacher for Pre-Kindergarten class.
  • Executed pre-kindergarten initiatives while implementing the national Head Start plan by involving parents/guardians in the curriculum of educating their children.
  • Developed creative lesson plans with timelines for optimal learning progression to prepare children for Pre-Kindergarten.
  • Head teacher responsibilities include classroom instruction/curriculum Pre-Kindergarten and 2 year olds.
  • Prepared and implemented Pre-kindergarten standards into lesson plans.
  • Prepared and executed lesson plans in the two year old room and in the pre-kindergarten room.
  • Planned and executed lessons for both the pre-kindergarten and kindergarten enrichment class.
  • Filled in for a head teacher in a Pre-kindergarten classroom.
  • Managed centers, group activities, and homework for pre-kindergarten.
  • Organized and led activities of pre-kindergarten children in nursery school.
  • Prepared children academically and socially for successful entry into pre-kindergarten Worked with parents and psychologists.
  • Prepared curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten Program Organized Educational Trips Designed Classroom Management Skills
  • Worked with children from infants through pre-kindergarten Evaluated children's daily behavioral development within the classroom.
  • full time Create and teach developmentally appropriate lessons in a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program.
  • Prepare children for Pre-kindergarten through various letter/number recognition and writing activities .Teaching class social and self help skills.

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7. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created integrated curriculum incorporating language arts, social studies and math curriculum to meet the individualized educational needs of the students.
  • Created and implemented language arts, math, science, and social studies programs for thirty to fifty students.
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum in math, science, language arts, social studies and character development.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Created and implemented language arts curriculum, which included a modified Orton Gillingham Program and guided reading instruction.

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8. Pre-K
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Here's how Pre-K is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten aged children
  • Developed lesson plan and taught comprehensive academic skills for Pre-K to six grades.
  • Coordinated most academic activities in Pre-K through 4th grade.
  • Developed and adjusted daily lesson plans *Taught academic, social and motor skills to Pre-Kindergarten students *Utilized manipulative for multi-sensory learning
  • Plan and implement pre-kindergarten curriculum, complete weekly plans to include age appropriate educational activities.
  • Designed curriculum for pre-K children to enhance maximum child development.
  • Planned curriculum, taught lessons in small and large groups, assessed growth and development of pre-kindergarten class.
  • Collaborated with the director and other pre-K teachers to facilitate and implement lessons which aligned with the curriculum.
  • Served for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children at Sunday school and teach Bible art & craft sessions and religion education
  • Instructed pre-kindergarten students with diverse ability levels in basic reading, writing, and math skills.
  • Supervised a faculty of 8 teachers and 125 pre-K students in a 4 class room unit.
  • Planned the pre-Kindergarten curriculum that consisted of math language arts, sciences, and art.
  • Coordinated and instructed physical education programs, pre-K to grade 6.
  • Planned and organized day trips for the pre-K classes.
  • Coordinated and instructed music program, pre-K-grade 6.
  • Lead Teacher for pre-k - duties included feedings, teaching, naps, playtime, field trips, manners, etc.
  • Work as the head Pre-K teacher for 3, 4, and 5 year olds.
  • Created and led a three-week camp for pre-kindergarten children Taught small-group Enrichment classes in Spanish, Science, and Creative Dramatics.
  • Mentor for Student Teachers through Boston College Varsity and Junior Varsity Lacrosse Coach Admissions testing for incoming Pre-K and Kindergarten students
  • Created weekly lesson plans for pre-k classroom Conducted parent/teacher conferences Completed progress reports Planned and implemented daily activities with children SKILLS

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9. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Grade 3rd, 4th and 5th - Prepare material and classrooms for class activities for around 30 students in each class.
  • Created lesson plans, class activities, field trips, and coordinated special visits from community helpers.
  • 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).
  • Developed curriculum, lesson plans and class activities.
  • Assessed students through class activities and class work.
  • Planned class activities one week in advanced.
  • Planned cultural events and outside class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.Teach proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physicalhealth Prepare materials and classroom for class activities.

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10. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Teach mathematics, chemistry, statistics, additional mathematics and further mathematics at ordinary and advanced levels.
  • Plan and develop curriculum, manage mathematics department.
  • Tutored children in mathematics, social studies, reading and writing, spelling and grammar throughout the school year.
  • Created and implemented lessons for toddlers addressing language arts, mathematics, science, social studies and history.
  • Developed and implemented daily and monthly lesson plans with focus in daily exercise in mathematics and alphabet.
  • Provided one-on-one tutoring for students who struggle in mathematics, spelling, phonics, and writing skills.
  • Developed curriculum and lesson plans Instructed in reading, mathematics, science, spelling and language.
  • Tutored mathematics, reading and writing for two hours of the day throughout the summer.
  • Gathered assessment data for all classes in mathematics and presented to various audiences.
  • 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:
  • Guided effective relationships with all professional staff members.
  • Delegated responsibilities to summer staff members.
  • Work cooperatively with classroom staff members to create a positive, motivating and caring environment to foster growth and learning.
  • 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.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curriculum.
  • Give new teaching ideas to staff members and am responsible for the school's Teaching curriculum.
  • Authorize the fifteen (15) minute break of staff members in my classroom.
  • Worked efficiently with other staff members to create warm, enthusiastic, educational environment.
  • Supervised, Directed and mentored 17 staff members & 110 students.
  • Directed and redirected students and other staff members.
  • Conducted Effective Teaching Workshops for all staff members.
  • Supervised and motivated five staff members.
  • Facilitated transitions of new staff members.
  • Trained and mentor new staff members.
  • Administered a school for children 0- , 12 staff members, and 85 people in school's learning community.
  • Provided educational classes for new staff and on-going staff members.
  • Head Teacher works collegially with all other staff members.
  • Supervised part and full time staff members and workstudy students, providing feedback and guidance.
  • Scheduled and supervised 8 full time and part time staff members plus substitutes.

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12. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Organized daily activities to promote and emphasize consistency and dependability by implementing daily lesson plans.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and daily activities.
  • Monitored and directed students in daily activities.
  • Monitored and recorded daily activities.
  • Facilitated Children's activities including daily activities, field trips, selecting and arranging equipment and materials in the classroom.
  • Planned, prepared and implemented daily activities, both indoor and outdoor, as they related to the curriculum.
  • Maintain close communication with parents regarding their child's daily activities as well as accomplishments and/or problems.
  • Communicated with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Prepare the teaching plan, organized daily activities and communicate with children's parents.
  • Compiled a daily information sheet on each child informing parents of daily activities.
  • Carried out daily activities and make modifications to age appropriate level.
  • Worked in collaboration with assistant teacher in daily activities for children.
  • Write lesson plans and plan daily activities.
  • Helped infants with daily activities for growth.
  • Oversee pre-school students throughout daily activities and lessons to ensure a safe and secure environment.
  • Planned and implemented lessons for daily activities of pre-school age children.
  • Prepared lessons, daily activities, daily progress reports Filing, data entry, copying Manage classroom of students 15 or less
  • Planned and implemented daily activities Provided a safe, friendly, positive learning environment Directed and trained staff members
  • Implemented daily activities for children 3-4 years old using Creative Curriculum Method Prepared documentation (e.g.

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13. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans and activities *Cared for 20 three-year-old children *Communicated openly with parents *Maintained a safe and healthy environment
  • Provided a safe, consistent and secure developmentally appropriate environment for 25 two and three year old children per semester.
  • Supervised art and craft projects for groups of 6-7 year old children for summer camp and extended day programs.
  • Developed an age-appropriate curriculum for a class of 20+ 3-5 year old children, based on the Montessori philosophy.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate classroom activities, across the curriculum, for three and four-year-old children.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for all-day, mixed-aged class of 2,3, and 4-year old children.
  • Specialized in the education of three and four year old children, following a Christian-based curriculum.
  • Assist with managing classroom that consists of 2 to 3 year-old children.
  • Manage classroom that consists of 18 3 to 4 year-old children.
  • Monitored a classroom of (13-15) three year old children.
  • Introduced three year old children to nursery school settings.
  • Lead a classroom of seventeen four year old children.
  • Head teacher for three- and four-year old children.
  • Prepared four year old children for kindergarten transition.
  • Provide guidance to three and four year old children
  • Supervised and instructed up to twenty two-year-old children.
  • Educated four year old children.
  • Provided care to a classroom of two year old children Developed lesson plans to foster a fun and creative learning environment
  • Developed, taught and managed 25 4 to 5 year-old children in Emergent Curriculum philosophy.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for pre-nursery classes of 2- and 3-year old children, based in the Reggio Emilia philosophy.

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14. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Provide a safe environment conducive to exploration and experimentation of new ideas and concepts.
  • Maintained a stimulating and safe environment.
  • Make sure the classroom is up to standards and is a safe environment for the all the students.
  • Provided and maintained a safe environment, as well as followed all state laws and regulations.
  • Help children with homework and activities * Provide a clean and child safe environment * Daily paperwork
  • Maintain an orderly, physical and safe environment conducive for optimal growth and development of children.
  • Instituted safety policies as per state regulations to provide a safe environment for the children.
  • Helped with student development and provided and a safe environment for learning and growth.
  • Organize a pleasant, welcoming and safe environment for children and staff.
  • Share in the responsibility of maintaining a clean and safe environment.
  • Observed and maintained a safe environment for preschool aged children.
  • Provide a safe environment for the children in my care.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for the children.
  • Established safe environment for learning with diverse student caseload.
  • Created and maintained a nurturing and safe environment.
  • Created a safe environment for children and families.
  • Provide safe environment for preschool classes.
  • Keep a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for children.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans Maintain a safe environment Create daily activities which will enrich the children's mind

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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.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Plan educational projects and recreational activities, teacher of the kindergarten class and help the children to achieve their academic goals.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Help children with homework -Construct lesson plans for daily activities -Plan recreational activities for children.
  • Plan and promote parent involvement in events and social, cultural, and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and instruct children in health and personal habits.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote gross motor skills.
  • Conducted recreational activities, as well as, chaperoned on major field trips.
  • Inform parents via newsletter on upcoming classroom events and recreational activities.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Read to children and organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Assisted recreational activities with the students.
  • 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.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles Sanitized toys daily and play equipment.
  • Created and lead after school recreational activities Prepared weekly lesson plans Maintained attendance records

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16. Toddler
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Here's how Toddler is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • 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.
  • Provide toddlers with a safe, creative, and satisfying environment to learn in from 7:00 am until 6:00 pm daily.
  • Head teacher in infant room, which administered up to 14 infants/toddlers ranging from 6 weeks to 20 months.
  • Develop daily lesson plans for toddlers between two and three years of age.
  • Researched outside information on the developmental stages of infants and toddlers.
  • Implemented age appropriate activities for infants and toddlers and Preschool children.
  • Created lesson plan activities with toddlers in a classroom setting.
  • Supported the social and emotional development of infants and toddlers.
  • Head teacher and childcare ranging from infant to toddlers.
  • Worked as the head teacher in the toddler classroom.
  • Change diapers to both infants and toddlers.
  • Relieved the head teacher and toddler teacher.
  • Provided basic needs for infants and toddlers.
  • Head teacher for Infant development and Toddlers.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans for toddler classrooms.
  • Work with toddlers to increase coordination skills while providing ongoing stimulatory activities.
  • Increased toddlers creativity in a safe and caring environment Delegated responsibilities to co-teachers Communicated with parents on a regular basis
  • Performed managerial and scheduling tasks Created daily lesson plans for toddlers and per-kindergarten children Oversaw and taught lessons
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for toddlers Read books Taught early literacy skills

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17. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Worked closely with the owner and academic director on issues ranging from curriculum development to conflict resolution.
  • Communicate with parents; I also was responsibility for day-to-day operations of the classroom and curriculum development.
  • Provided standard curriculum development and implementation of fundamental skills and cognitive learning.
  • Consulted with administration on topics of curriculum development school-wide.
  • 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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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.
  • Evaluate student's developmental progress and present findings and observations to parents during Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Led parent-teacher conferences and made recommendations for kindergarten placement.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and administered student assessments.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences once a semester.
  • Participated in and conducted parent-teacher conferences, advising parents on child's progress and how best to reinforce education.
  • Arranged and conducted parent-teacher conferences Accomplishments I learned how to take care of different kinds of children.
  • Contributed to group discussions and planning during career development seminars, team meetings, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, ordering supplies, handled record-keeping, and kept a tidy classroom.
  • Interfaced regularly with the children's parents, and held periodic parent-teacher conferences.
  • Report progress of children to parents/guardians in bi-annual reports and through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Assessed students' developmental capabilities and held parent-teacher conferences two times a year.
  • Conducted two home visits and two parent-teacher conferences annually.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 2 times throughout the school year.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and wrote report cards.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences three times a year.
  • Created lesson plans and led parent-teacher conferences.
  • Lead teacher of a class consisting of 22 students and two assistants *Conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences [ 3 ] times during the school year.

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  • Developed individualized programs and curriculum based Individualized Education Plans (IEP) recommendations for each student.
  • Implement early care and education plan in an assigned classroom, including IEP services or other individualized plans for children.
  • Implement IEP's, develop individual goals for all children, be a leader, and also a learner.
  • Develop case conferences based on class observations, IEP, NRS, lesson plans and student work samples.
  • Supervised assistants and volunteers, prepared paperwork as related to lesson plans, outcomes, and IEP goals.
  • Attend and participate in meetings for preschool children with disabilities and/or special needs and integrate IEP goals.
  • Instructed an elementary mixed classroom and participated in meetings to evaluate IEP progress.
  • Coordinate with EEE & specialized services for IEP and early intervention purposes.
  • Developed IEP and Treatment plans for each child in the middle school.
  • Worked with families and staff to attend IEP meetings as designated.
  • Maintained age appropriate programs based on the student's IEP.
  • Led team to deliver IEP documentation for parents and advocates.
  • Created IEP services or other individualized plans for children.
  • Attend IEP meetings for students with learning disabilities.
  • Implemented theme-based bilingual instruction for preschoolers with IEPs.
  • Case Management and documentation Program development, implementation and documentation, including IEP's and grading systems for all students.
  • Designed, developed, and implemented Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and annual curriculum.
  • Restructured IEPs ad needed, based on individual students needs and abilities.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans Write IEP reports Work closely with colleagues
  • Prepared and implemented weekly lesson plans and IEP's Daily observations and conducted home visits as needed Implemented Chicago E.A.R.L.Y.

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20. Social Development
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  • Developed, implemented and encouraged activities to promote their physical, mental and social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraged understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Enhanced individual and social development with innovative vocabulary building techniques.
  • Created and organized activities that promoted learning and social development.
  • Assisted children with emotional and social development.
  • Reported on student progress, behavior and social development to parents with the help of the DRDP assessment tool.
  • Prepare scholars for their future academic lives by promoting their mental, physical, and social development.
  • Plan and conduct parent workshops to support the language, learning and social development of their children.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assisted in the educational and social development of students (ages 3 to 5).
  • Assisted children in several classrooms ranging from 7th 12th grade with learning and social development.
  • Create and implement lessons and activities that promote cognitive, physical and social development.
  • Support the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of each child.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Worked with students on their cognitive, physical, and social developmental skills.
  • Promoted the growth and social development of students in the class.
  • Provide accredited instruction for mental, physical, and social development.
  • Prepare lesson plans that will enhance children academic and social development.
  • Provide guidance on children's behavior and social development.
  • Evaluated students' social development and physical well-being.

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  • Devised and implemented developmentally appropriate lessons and activities which aligned with NAEYC standards.
  • Prepare lesson plans using developmentally appropriate activities according to NAEYC guidelines.
  • Incorporated NAEYC protocols as preparation for accreditation.
  • Prepared portfolios for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Conduct preschool classes in state-licensed, program accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • Participated in and passed the accreditation process through National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
  • Complied with guidelines in providing a quality early childhood program in accordance to NAEYC standards.
  • Compiled lesson plans according to Creative Curriculum and NAEYC standards in a School Readiness classroom.
  • Maintain a clean and organized classroom for child safety and meet NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Implement and maintain NAEYC s core values and accreditation standards in the classroom.
  • Created classroom curriculum, lesson plans, and units using NAEYC and PAF.
  • Planned and prepared class portfolio for renewal of NAEYC accreditation.
  • Maintained strict compliance with NAEYC and federal rules and regulations.
  • Assisted with NAEYC Accreditation process and Health & Safety Assessments.
  • Prepared and presented a Classroom Portfolio for NAEYC Accreditation.
  • Lead school towards NAEYC accreditation process twice.
  • Helped create and maintained NAEYC standers and accreditation
  • Developed a NAEYC curriculum to implement in the classroom and insure that the classroom is designed to meet all NAEYC standards.
  • Prepared resource file for original NAEYC Accredidation.
  • Lead staff in NAEYC reaccreditation.

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22. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Integrated Music, Math, Art, Social Studies, and Literature and socialization activities to promote learning and foster self-esteem.
  • 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.
  • Facilitated learning experiences in Social Studies, English, Math, Science and Art for infants and toddlers.
  • Plan and conduct lessons and activities for reading, writing, math, social studies and science.
  • Integrated music, arts math, social studies, language, literature, and socialization Activities.
  • Plan and teach reading, science, social studies, writing, vocabulary, and grammar.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans in math, science, and social studies for kindergarten students.
  • Head Teacher/Soccer Coach/Theater Director Facilitated curriculum in the Social Studies and Theater Arts sector.
  • Managed and evaluated high school social studies department with six employees.
  • Worked one-on-one with students in different areas of social studies.
  • Subject Teacher - teach students Social Studies and/or English.
  • Instructed English, math, science and social studies; responsible for planning & developing lessons, enrichments, and field trips
  • Created weekly lesson plans that incorporated social and emotional development, math development, dramatic play, science and social studies.
  • Structured reading, social studies, and science curriculums, aligning goals with Common Core.
  • Collaborated in development and realignment of third grade science and social studies curriculum.
  • Incorporated SMART Board functionalities into social studies lessons on world cultures.
  • Created engaging mini-lessons and centers for Readers Workshop, Writers Workshop, Phonics, Math, Science and Social Studies !
  • Managed the Social Studies Department maintaining a staff of six * Advisor - National Honor Society * Advisor - Student Council

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23. Montessori
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  • Organized classrooms and built furniture and materials used by children based on Montessori curriculum
  • Created and maintained an environment for learning that embraced the Montessori philosophy.
  • Presented fundamental Montessori theory information at Parent Education events and school tours.
  • Incorporated Spanish as a second language into Montessori curriculum.
  • Implemented Montessori philosophy in daily program.
  • Worked with Montessori materials to promote learning
  • Worked on the school Mission Statement and worked on designing and writing the curriculum in Math: Everyday Math with Montessori Math
  • Worked with children ages three to six, practiced the Montessori philosophy and also worked in the summer camp program.
  • Provided leadership and support for staff and a Montessori-based curriculum for children ages 3-7 in an international school setting.
  • Head Teacher -Hamilton Montessori School, with a classroom of students ranging from age three to first grade.
  • Developed and implemented Montessori style curriculum for a 25 student group ages 3-6.
  • Performed duties according to the Montessori model of education to 60 students.
  • Guided Children ages 3-6 years old in Montessori method activities.
  • Planned, designed and implemented a pre-school curriculum based on Montessori pedagogy.
  • Educated students in a multi-aged classroom using the Montessori curriculum.
  • Conducted dance shows, Fancy dress competition and decorated class according to various themes Implement the curriculum based on Montessori methods
  • Trained new staff on the Montessori Method, Social Service regulations, and Bronxville Montessori's policies and procedures.
  • Lead a team of instructors that served children's developmental needs focused on the Montessori Method.
  • Combined the "best-of-breed" child-development materials, resource materials and Montessori materials to produce an effective method of teaching children.
  • Head Counselor/Summer Camp - Instructed three to five year olds, using Montessori Method of teaching.

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Here's how CPR is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Received training in childhood enrichment, health and safety, nutrition, and CPR for infants, children, and adults.
  • 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.
  • Maintained certification in CPR and First Aid.
  • Carried both first aid and CPR certifications.
  • Certified in CPR and first aid training.
  • Updated my CPR and First Aide Certificates.
  • Certified in Pediatric First Aid/ CPR.
  • Received CPR and First Aid Certification.
  • Completed a certified CPR training.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum using Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies Gold Upheld all CPR and California regulated certifications.
  • 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.
  • Maintain my first aide, CPR, med administration and epi pen current.
  • 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:
  • Designed and administered a monthly newsletter to promote further family involvement within the school community.
  • Communicated regularly with parents both personally and through monthly newsletters.
  • Created weekly lesson plans, wrote monthly newsletters and communicated effectively with parents on a daily basis.
  • Created and maintained child files, monthly newsletters, transition/welcome letters, child portfolios and meeting agendas.
  • Composed a monthly newsletter to inform parents/guardians of classroom activities and promoted family involvement in the school.
  • Interacted with parents in person, via email, daily notes and a monthly newsletter.
  • Provide parents with a daily and monthly newsletter regarding classroom occurrences.
  • 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.
  • Created and distribute monthly newsletters to families.
  • Write monthly Newsletters and student's reports.
  • Published monthly newsletters and prepared monthly themes.
  • Produced a monthly newsletter for parents.
  • Produced weekly and monthly newsletters.
  • Led parent-teacher conferences; wrote bi-monthly newsletters and maintained web site for parents.
  • Mantained daily, weekly, monthly newsletters and calendars.
  • Balanced accounts receivable books, arranged extra Curricular activities, prepared monthly newsletter, Maintained daily and weekly parent correspondence
  • Create lesson plans Provide a safe, educational environment Provide a monthly newsletter on classroom activities
  • Hold monthly staff meetings * Write monthly newsletter *Maintain safety of staff and children at all times *Plan an organize fundraisers

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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.
  • Trained children for potty training.
  • Changed diapers and 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:
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents by providing open communication and frequent teacher conferences; educated and created partnerships with parents.
  • Advised families and offered resources as needed through maintaining positive relationships and open communication on a daily basis.
  • Maintain strong parent-teacher relationships based on open communication and ongoing interactions.
  • Initiated and maintained open communication with parents, co-workers and supervisors.
  • Established open communication with parents and provided information regarding development.
  • Establish positive relationships with parents and create open communication with them
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents as well as confidentially.
  • Maintained open communication with parents through daily experience sheets.
  • Encouraged daily open communication with parents while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Developed and maintained an open communication system with parents.
  • Maintained ongoing and open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/caregivers.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents.
  • 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.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues; fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Maintain open communication with parents about children's behavior, learning and development.
  • Maintain open communication in the classroom among all staff.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents and arranged a positve environment in accordance to program goals.
  • Organized weekly lesson plan *Kept open communication with parents

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28. Small Groups
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  • Worked with children in small groups or individually as needed to assess and evaluate their developmental needs and achievements.
  • Supported students through extra help and tutoring -sessions during after-school intervention hours Monday-Thursday by working in small groups.
  • Manage class of 20 students, utilizing whole class instruction, small groups, and individual teaching.
  • Demonstrated effective classroom management with the class as a whole, in small groups, and individually.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • 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.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • 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.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • 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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  • Assisted in implementing lesson plans, helping children with eating, personal care tasks and other job related tasks.
  • Assist in the daily activity living by supplying personal care to allow the client to resume a normal independent lifestyles.

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30. Daily Schedule
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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Planned a daily schedule that provided a balance of activities: quiet/active, indoor/outdoor, fine/gross motor, etc.
  • Set up daily schedule and learning centers and taught the children ages 3-5 years many varied theme units.
  • Maintain a safe environment for 5 children at a time through daily schedules and routine requested parents.
  • Plan a daily schedule which suits that needs of the children and encourages positive learning and reinforcement
  • Prepared lesson plans and daily schedule of activities to be followed in the after school program.
  • 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.
  • Maintained responsibilities for daily schedule and monthly curriculum throughout the school.
  • Assist director with payroll, and maintaining a daily schedule.
  • Prepared daily schedules, meals, and outdoor/ indoor events.
  • Planned the curriculum for class and the daily schedule.
  • Planned classroom curriculum and daily schedule.
  • Bridge 1st and 2nd Grade Special Education classroom, Ms. Jessica Buchanan Collaborated with head teacher on daily scheduled activities.
  • Drafted wrote and revamp the curriculum Developed daily schedules, supervised and prepared lessons for the head teachers
  • Direct care of moderate to severe handicapped adolescents Wrote and implemented a daily schedule Wrote and implemented I.E.P.
  • Implemented lesson plans, daily schedule, and classroom activities for the students .
  • Created a daily schedule and established a routine .
  • Managed and facilitated daily schedule of center, Assessed intake and maintenance of clients Overseer of all employee duties Processed payroll

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31. Art Projects
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  • Co-developed activities and art projects for development -Ensured developmental milestones and on-track development for infants moving into the toddler room
  • Created art projects that promoted individual creativity.
  • Reinforced learning by structuring art projects and snack ideas to go with each letter of the alphabet.
  • Planned daily art projects, weekly themes, and circle led groups which included music and movement.
  • Organized and led art projects, music and rhythm activities, and engaged children in dramatic play.
  • 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
  • Plan daily activities including art projects, character building games, and gym rotations.
  • Coordinated and handled classroom art crafts including bulletin boards and seasonal art projects.
  • Created beautiful Art projects out of sand art, paint, sticks etc.
  • Managed lesson plans, facilitated art projects, and implemented learning activities.
  • 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.
  • Created art projects according to age groups.
  • Organized various art projects for the children.
  • Lead morning circle time Many read avoids art projects.
  • Created art projects to focus on various themes including seasons, planting, holidays and "All About Me".
  • Participated in and implemented various community art projects in the Las Cruces area.
  • Read to children Play games Art Projects Staff Schedule

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32. AGE Groups
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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with Teachers to develop creative and interactive curricula for other age groups.
  • 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.
  • Exchanged suggestions and opinions with teachers of other age groups on methods of reinforcing positive development in our students.
  • Provided quality care by maintaining a calm, safe, and friendly atmosphere to children of all age groups.
  • 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.
  • Stimulated young minds through play and interaction while achieving milestones in their appropriate age groups.
  • Supervised children of various age groups through academic play and daily activities.
  • Facilitate weekly gym class for all the age groups and their abilities.
  • Created and implemented curriculum for special art classes for parallel age groups.
  • Developed and taught group lessons for all age groups.
  • Prepared art activities for different age groups once a week
  • Observe children age groups six weeks and up.
  • Aided camaraderie between age groups.
  • Designed lesson plan materials and implemented academy curriculums and for a variety of skill levels and age groups.
  • Utilize manipulatives, visual aids, and audio exercises to maintain interest among the various age groups.
  • Communicate well with diverse population in various age groups Handle multiple tasks with speed and efficiency.
  • Create lesson plans for age groups of 2-4 year olds.
  • Answer Phones Field Trips Set up activities for their age groups Schedule holiday specials for the mother's to view.

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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.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans to beginning, intermediate and advanced ESL students in Grades 6-9.
  • Partnered with Art and ESL teachers on projects that significantly improved student writing and research skills.
  • Facilitate a learning environment where many ESL students learned to converse in English to their peers.
  • Co-developed an ESL after school art program encouraging language development and communication through the arts.
  • Researched various curriculum's throughout the ESL community to develop appropriate programs for our institution.
  • Managed international staff of 20+ ESL teachers at ELC language centers and various government schools.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for beginning and intermediate ESL students in Grades 6-8.
  • Coordinate intake of new ESL students and administration of the LAB-R and NYSESLAT exams.
  • 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.
  • Coordinated class schedules and managed team of ESL teachers.
  • Conducted English Literature classes while accommodating ESL students.
  • Design & implement ESL lessons in multi-age class (ages 4-17, 12-23 students) for new-to-USA students; supervise multiple volunteers
  • Developed ESL, Business Ethics, and Western Culture lesson plans for 3rd and 4th year university students.
  • Focus: Establishing, marketing, updating and teaching via skype for www.easyesl123.com
  • Served as head foreign teacher of ESL Program at the prestigious Suankularb Withayalai secondary boys' school.

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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.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displays of pupil work (drawings, writing, school newspaper).
  • 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.
  • Set up a classroom centers as well as bulletin boards.
  • Created classroom posters, bulletin boards, and parent newsletters.
  • Organized and created learning centers and bulletin boards.
  • Maintained creative and age appropriate 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:
  • Introduced children to basic phonic skills including letter recognition and introduction to reading.
  • 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.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.

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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.
  • Partnered with parents to ensure age-appropriate cognitive, social, physical and emotional development.
  • Categorized and lead activities designed to promote cognitive, physical and social-emotional development.
  • Produced an extensive father focused program regarding social emotional development.
  • Support social, emotional development and provide positive guidance.
  • Planned and provided a learning environment and experiences that promote physical, social, intellectual, and emotional development.
  • Instruct and support students in various stages of cognitive, linguistic, physical, social and emotional development.
  • Foster positive socialization, as well as physical, cognitive & emotional development of all students.
  • 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.
  • Support the social and emotional development of children.
  • 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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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.
  • Assisted certified head teacher in facilitating activities and engaged in educational activities
  • Supervised playtime, educational activities, and provided nutritional meals.
  • Implemented lesson plans for educational activities and arranged playtime materials.
  • Designed and implemented multicultural educational activities for students grades K-6.
  • Conducted engaging educational activities that aided each students needs.
  • Enhance the growth and development of young children through educational activities in addition to providing families with community resources and advocacy.
  • Confer with parents and staff to discuss educational activities and policies, and students' behavioral or learning problems.
  • 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.
  • Developed and implemented educational activities for pre-kindergarten students.
  • Created several educational activities for all ages .
  • Developed enrichment and educational activities for children ages 6-8 to strengthen and expand their writing and analytical skills.

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38. Classroom Setting
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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and taught hands-on, developmentally appropriate, theme-based curriculum in a multicultural/international classroom setting for 2 older 3's classes.
  • Fostered the development of age-appropriate skills and encouraged development of independent functioning within a classroom setting.
  • 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.
  • Create a classroom setting for the physical, social, and emotional growth of students.
  • 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.
  • Supervised and organized staff in 1 to 2yr old classroom setting.
  • Educated juvenile delinquents about Life Skills in a restricted classroom setting.
  • Prepared the children for Universal Pre-K (UPK) classroom setting.
  • Prepared lesson plans and implement them in a classroom setting.
  • Observe and assess students' abilities in a classroom setting.
  • Provide for a well kept and organized classroom setting.
  • Maintain a classroom setting of 10 children.
  • Introduced creative programs within the 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.
  • 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
  • Led an after school and summer program for students who had varying degrees of autism.
  • Planned and supervised spring and summer programs, school events and field trips.
  • 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
  • Opened and ran a summer program with a focus on academic enrichment.
  • Head teacher for elementary school children in after school and summer programs
  • Developed and implemented individual and group summer programs for ages 6-11.
  • Run summer program for school age children for 16 years.
  • Designed and initiated a creative summer program for children.
  • Created/implemented all program lesson plans for summer program.
  • Organize and plan field trips for summer program.
  • Organized summer programs and various educational field trips.
  • Planned activities for the after-school and summer program.
  • Provided music and art program for summer program
  • Supervised children in summer program.
  • Prepared/developed Pre-K lesson plans; taught 17 children in the classroom environment and headed school age summer program for 20 children

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40. Special Events
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Here's how Special Events is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Co-supervised various special events geared towards creating interactions between parents and students.
  • Coordinated, and organized logistics for special events and celebrations.
  • Developed curriculum and coordinated member services and special events.
  • Prepared and executed special events.
  • Participated in preparation for assembly programs, out of classroom activities, promotional exercised, and other special events.
  • Organized special events, student activities, field trips, and other functions within the school.
  • 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.
  • field trips, special events, etc.).

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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.
  • Maintained daily communication with parents via written reports, e-mail, and telephone calls.
  • 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.
  • Recorded and reported detailed progress of students with constant communication to parents addressing urgent issues immediately via email and phone calls.
  • Hold Individual Education Plan (IEP) with Sacramento City Unified School District Answers and responds to incoming phone calls.

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42. State Regulations
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Here's how State Regulations is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Established environment of safety and security in accordance with state regulations.
  • 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.
  • Comply with all NY state regulations regarding the care of toddlers.
  • Maintain center's compliance with State regulations, polices and procedures.
  • Follow and abide by state regulations regarding nutrition and hygiene.
  • Maintained staff and student files in compliance with state regulations.
  • Maintain proper documentation to comply with county and state regulations.
  • Prepared and served meals and snacks according to state regulations.
  • Followed State regulations for child care.
  • 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.
  • Follow state regulations and complete employee trainings.
  • 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:
  • Promoted positive relationships between native owners and foreign teaching staff by maintaining clear channels of communication.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Develop and uphold positive relationships with the families to ensure proper communication with the parents.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, community members and fellow teachers and staff.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • 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.
  • Build positive relationships with children as well as families.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with students, families and staff.
  • 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:
  • Plan and implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the program.
  • Instructed Pre-K curriculum, designing and developing lessons to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Plan and prepare educational lesson plans to meet physical, emotional and social needs of each child.
  • Plan and implement programs that meet the physical, emotional, educational and social needs of children.
  • 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.
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Developed curriculum to meet academic, physical and social needs of preschool students.
  • Helped to develop the physical, emotional and social needs of children.
  • Major Responsibilities-Take care of children's physical and social needs.
  • Evaluated and assisted students with academic, vocational, and social needs.

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45. Imaginative Play
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  • Create age-appropriate, physically and mentally engaging and imaginative play activities for the children.
  • 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.

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46. Intellectual Growth
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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement activities promoting the social/emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of toddlers to create a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented activities promoting intellectual growth of children.
  • Instruct children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for advancement into the older classroom.
  • Instructed children 3-5 years of age in age appropriate activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Plan and facilitate children in activities designed to promote verbal, social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Skilled child care worker with deep understanding on children's need for social, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Instruct children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for educational growth.
  • Maintained a nurturing and supportive environment that fosters independence, intellectual growth, and enthusiasm for learning.
  • Organize activities designed for children to stimulate their emotional, physical, social and intellectual growth.
  • Plan and implement activities that promote the social, physical, and intellectual growth of children.
  • Planned and implemented developmental activities related to social, physical, and intellectual growth of children.
  • 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:
  • Adapted classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that addressed individualized learning plans within established lesson plans.
  • Received recognition for quality classroom instruction and development of lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Typed materials and operated duplicating equipment to reproduce instructional materials.
  • Prepare instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Use developmentally strategies and instructional materials which help learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed at the next level.
  • Authorized purchase of instructional materials and teaching aids, such as books, toys and games designed to stimulate learning.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet the child's various needs and interest.
  • Create lessons and instructional materials to meet varied levels of ability and diverse learning styles.
  • 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.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Create instructional materials and lesson plans consistent with individual learning needs and behaviors.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • 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:
  • Provided age-appropriate activities to promote progress in social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
  • Plan daily activities that stimulate the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of young children.
  • Implement a learning environment that allows growth in social emotional, physical and cognitive developments.
  • 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.
  • Led a toddler classroom through focused curriculum in language, art, social emotional, and cognitive development.
  • Plan upcoming lessons for varying age groupResearch cognitive development lessons for immersion programMeet with parents and students concerning student growth

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49. Physical Health
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Here's how Physical Health is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Care about their physical healthiness and mental healthiness.

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50. Developmental Problems
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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Head Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted children showing signs of emotional or developmental problems by discussing their behavior with immediate supervisor and parents.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring problems to the attention of parents.
  • 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 and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional/developmental problems in children and brought them to parents'/guardians' attention.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Head Teacher

Appropriate Curriculum

17.9%

Classroom Management

16.1%

Lesson Plans

15.9%

Child Care

10.8%

Special Needs

5.3%

Pre-Kindergarten

5.0%

Language Arts

3.8%

Pre-K

3.6%

Class Activities

3.2%

Mathematics

2.8%

Staff Members

2.4%

Daily Activities

2.2%

OLD Children

2.1%

Safe Environment

1.4%

Recreational Activities

1.4%

Toddler

1.3%

Curriculum Development

1.3%

Parent-Teacher Conferences

1.2%

IEP

1.2%

Social Development

1.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Head Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Appropriate Curriculum 15.8%
2 Classroom Management 14.2%
3 Lesson Plans 14.0%
4 Child Care 9.5%
5 Special Needs 4.7%
6 Pre-Kindergarten 4.4%
7 Language Arts 3.3%
8 Pre-K 3.2%
9 Class Activities 2.9%
10 Mathematics 2.4%
11 Staff Members 2.1%
12 Daily Activities 1.9%
13 OLD Children 1.9%
14 Safe Environment 1.3%
15 Recreational Activities 1.2%
16 Toddler 1.1%
17 Curriculum Development 1.1%
18 Parent-Teacher Conferences 1.1%
19 IEP 1.1%
20 Social Development 1.0%
21 Naeyc 0.8%
22 Social Studies 0.8%
23 Montessori 0.7%
24 CPR 0.6%
25 Monthly Newsletter 0.6%
26 Potty Training 0.6%
27 Open Communication 0.5%
28 Small Groups 0.4%
29 Personal Care 0.4%
30 Daily Schedule 0.4%
31 Art Projects 0.4%
32 AGE Groups 0.4%
33 ESL 0.4%
34 Bulletin Boards 0.4%
35 Letter Recognition 0.3%
36 Emotional Development 0.3%
37 Educational Activities 0.3%
38 Classroom Setting 0.3%
39 Summer Program 0.3%
40 Special Events 0.3%
41 Phone Calls 0.3%
42 State Regulations 0.3%
43 Positive Relationships 0.3%
44 Social Needs 0.3%
45 Imaginative Play 0.3%
46 Intellectual Growth 0.2%
47 Instructional Materials 0.2%
48 Cognitive Development 0.2%
49 Physical Health 0.2%
50 Developmental Problems 0.2%
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