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Top 50 Kindergarten Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Kindergarten Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Kindergarten Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.6% of Kindergarten Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Kindergarten Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Kindergarten Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented an appropriate classroom management system that effectively reduced negative behaviors.
  • Used effective classroom management techniques to create a positive and inviting learning environment.
  • Mastered strategies for classroom management including positive reinforcement and redirection.
  • Maintain classroom management while creating a positive learning environment.
  • Enforced solid classroom management techniques to maintain positive environments.
  • Established clear classroom expectations with diverse classroom management strategies.
  • Utilized classroom management and transition techniques for developmental activities.
  • Developed and implemented an appropriate classroom management system.
  • Create a successful discipline and classroom management policy.
  • Utilized effective, classroom management techniques.
  • Utilized trauma-informed classroom management strategies.
  • Maintain an open flow of communication with school administrators during the planning, assessment, and classroom management processes.
  • Established a well-organized and effective classroom management plan that promoted academic and social growth in the classroom.
  • Have received very positive feedback from both parents and school principal on teaching skills and classroom management.
  • Implemented a variety of positive behavior incentives as part of an effective classroom management plan.
  • Develop and implement classroom design, classroom management techniques, and classroom daily plans.
  • Maintained excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Collaborate with Aide to maintain Classroom Management and to enhance learning styles.
  • Develop and adapt classroom management strategies and behavior plans.
  • Prepared and taught all subject matters according to the GLE's Excellent classroom management skills

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2. Kindergarten
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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans for kindergarten, administered tests and evaluations, and analyzed student performance.
  • Worked to ensure children are socially, emotionally and educationally ready for kindergarten.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for 20 students kindergarten students.
  • Managed a class of twenty-seven Kindergarten students.
  • Developed and implemented kindergarten curriculum.
  • Assist in production and organization of theatrical performances and special activities for over 200 kindergarten and preschool children.
  • Helped organize and lead various special events such as field trips, holiday programs, and kindergarten graduation.
  • Implemented Balanced Literacy to ensure all students are able to read by the time they left Kindergarten.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for kindergarten class in accordance with school district guidelines and learner standards.
  • Followed the kindergarten standards to create and follow lesson plans.
  • Coordinate and lead English Kindergarten team with two assistant-teachers.
  • Instructed a Kindergarten class of 10 students.
  • Instructed classroom of 22 Kindergarten students.
  • Planned, implemented, and evaluated developmentally appropriate curriculum for Kindergarten One students.
  • Co-led multiage full-day kindergarten classroom.
  • Lead Classroom Kindergarten Teacher Create and teach imaginative and active lessons for all subjects for 40 bilingual kindergarten students.
  • Presented an overview of the all-day Kindergarten program and its benefits to the Mukilteo School District school board.
  • Created lesson plans based on the Kindergarten Standards Assessed and taught students individually and in groups.
  • Co-led the implementation of a new curriculum Taught Kindergarten class Maintained effective interpersonal relations with children, parents and staff
  • Head Start as Lead Teacher at Wharton School Kindergarten Alex Green and Shwab Elementary.

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3. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented detailed lesson plans around goal orientated criteria.
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Designed and delivered interactive lesson plans.
  • Lead teacher, prepare lesson plans, maintain classroom discipline, coordinate events, and work with multiple fund raising events.
  • Informed staff and parents of curriculum progress by preparing and submitting lesson plans, as well as updating class website weekly.
  • Created long-term plans, unit plans, assessments, and weekly lesson plans with an instructional approach.
  • Developed and implemented creative lesson plans designed to engage the children and achieve state learning standards.
  • Develop curricula and lesson plans with a focus on creativity, critical thinking and self-expression.
  • Collaborated with kindergarten team to design and produce core lesson plans and assessments.
  • Created, maintained and adhered to weekly lesson plans through a creative curriculum.
  • Created lesson plans, daily reading exercises, individual & group activities
  • Developed daily lesson plans for students and teacher's assistant.
  • Create lesson plans in accordance with school-wide curriculum standards.
  • Program lead teacher assistant responsible for preparing lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans utilizing key academic language, multi-modal experiences, and developmentally and culturally appropriate practices.
  • General Education teacher for an Early Intervention Classroom Created lesson plans to challenge students at all learning levels.
  • Supervised classroom instruction and play * Created and delivered lesson plans and managed education content.
  • Organized day-to-day lesson plans for 15 students, ages 4-5 Modified classroom curriculum and activities
  • Design and implement weekly lesson plans Supervise children Effectively manage classroom strategies and time constraints
  • excessed) Created and managed lesson plans for the UPK class Utilized the Creative Curriculum to deliver instruction.

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4. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans using the curriculum Open Court SRA/McGraw Hill and Everyday Mathematics.
  • Created daily curriculum in literacy and mathematics.
  • Chaired the Elementary Mathematics Textbook Adoption Committee.
  • Assessed students and adapted lessons to further develop emerging skills within literacy, mathematics, social studies, and science.
  • Plan and develop various classroom centers to foster development of literacy, mathematics, communication, and general knowledge.
  • Created activities to enrich the children's interest in language arts, science, and mathematics.
  • Led out GO MATH educational block, teaching schools mathematics based on Common Core Standards.
  • Prepared the 3rd Grade students for the New Mexico State Exams in Mathematics and Science.
  • Instructed students in assigned subjects such as English, mathematics, social studies and science.
  • Go over basic academic skills such as reading, the alphabet, and mathematics.
  • Created and implemented daily literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies lessons.
  • Implemented curriculum emphasizing phonics, mathematics, science, social studies and religion.
  • Introduce children to mathematics, language, science, and social studies.
  • Implement lesson plans based on reading, writing, mathematics and science/health
  • Implemented a new math program, Everyday Mathematics.
  • Developed curricula for English Language Arts and Mathematics that support these standards Developed a guided reading program for the Kindergarten class.
  • Provided instruction to 20 students Designed weekly lesson plans on Mathematics, Spanish, English as well as Christian moral values.
  • Partnered with teaching team, & co-developed & designed spelling & mathematics curriculum for pre- kindergarten students.
  • Experience with the Kindergarten Imagine It!, BURST, Everyday Mathematics and FOSS Science curriculums.
  • Implemented the University of Chicago's Everyday Mathematics program to teach math concepts.

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5. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Assessed student learning styles and provided differentiated instruction to promote academic mastery and student achievement.
  • Earned positive written/verbal feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Develop and implement student learning and behavior plans for desired improvements.
  • Assessed student learning in order to identify ways to further their education and modify my lesson plans when necessary.
  • Developed lesson plans that implemented various activities and instruction fostering all areas of Blooms Taxonomy and student learning styles.
  • Assessed student learning modified lessons to create meaningful, authentic learning for students and prepared bulletin boards.
  • Use learning rubric scales with students in order to monitor student learning and progress.
  • Worked within a team of Kindergarten teachers to organize and collaborated student learning.
  • Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
  • Implemented diverse methods of teaching based on student learning needs and preferences.
  • Worked as a team member to promote student learning and development.
  • Plan and prepare daily lesson plans to aid in student learning.
  • Planned content for student learning in English and Spanish.
  • Integrate technology into lessons to enhance student learning.
  • Used technology to enhance student learning.
  • Incorporate manipulatives in units and daily lessons, activities, and/or learning centers to enhance student learning.
  • Utilize a variety/range of student learning modalities in each lesson and uses differentiated instruction.
  • Develop hands-on learning activities as well as use technology to enhance student learning.
  • Adapted regular education activities for learners with special needs Implemented literacy workshop methods to enhance student learning
  • Planned and implemented curriculums Worked with parent volunteers Assessed student learning formally and informally using a variety of assessments and grading rubrics

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6. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Disseminated language arts/communications curricula for students and advised Kindergarten team on newly implemented standards.
  • Prepared and wrote lesson plans for each subject including Language Arts, Science, Math and Social Studies.
  • Aligned lesson plans daily to match state standards and conducted daily Language Arts and Math learning centers.
  • Instructed students in English/Language Arts and Mathematics according to the Tennessee State Board of Education Curriculum Standards.
  • Collaborated with team members to create a pacing guide for math, language arts and writing.
  • Introduced Reading Recovery strategies, Writer s Workshop and Shared Reading as Language Arts curriculum components.
  • Introduced innovative strategies in Language Arts instruction resulting in higher First Grade entrance scores.
  • Served on Language Arts Team, School Improvement Planning Team (QAR), Bully
  • Prepare students for the Grade 4 New York State English Language Arts Assessment.
  • Major duties include teaching language arts, math, science and social studies.
  • Provided after-school tutoring for 5th grade students in Math and Language Arts.
  • Provided small group and 1:1 targeted instruction in Math and Language Arts.
  • Used a literature based, integrated language arts curriculum.
  • Implemented portfolio grading systems in Language Arts.
  • Instructed students in English/Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Instructed 18 students daily in Reading, Math, Language Arts, Writing, Science, Social Studies, and Health.
  • Instructed students in Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Technology, and Character Education.
  • Designed and supervised language arts activities based on the Vivian Gussin Paley model of short stories.
  • Teach social and emotional, mathematics, language arts, religion and natural sciences curriculum to four and five year olds.
  • Planned and facilitated language arts activities in all areas of the room to foster inventive writing and pre-reading skills.

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7. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Planed, coordinated, and carried out the daily class activities to meet all AZ state requirements and standards.
  • Prepared classrooms for class activities and provided a variety of materials and resources for children to explore and manipulate.
  • Facilitate class activities taking in to consideration of the whole child aspect of early childhood education.
  • Encouraged active class participation so that all students felt included in class activities.
  • Managed other class activities; wrote, choreographed and directed music programs.
  • Head instructor for Gym courses and created all class activities and games.
  • Developed and led curriculum and class activities on a weekly basis.
  • Collaborated with faculty members regarding joint class activities and school programs.
  • Organize and prepare all materials for class activities.
  • Design class activities to stimulate problem solving skills.
  • Led small group and whole class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Included parent volunteers in class activities.
  • Aided instructor with student's homework, classwork and activities Helped students with class assignments and homework Supervised children during class activities
  • Reinforced the lesson Demonstrated care and structure in the classroom Assisted in preparing materials and classrooms for class activities

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8. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct students individually and in small groups- adapting teaching methods to meet students varying needs and interests.
  • Directed Early Reading Intervention to small groups of kindergartners entering first grade in the fall.
  • Work with small groups of children to reinforce new skills initially introduced by the teacher.
  • Job Description: Provide extra assistance to students in small groups and one on one.
  • Tutor children individually and in small groups to address difficult subjects WORKING WITH PARENTS: !
  • Read books to develop reading comprehension skills for entire class and within small groups.
  • Worked with small groups based on needs, based on student assessment results.
  • Guided children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Provide children with individual attention by teaching whole group and small groups.
  • Instructed students learning in both large and small groups throughout the day.
  • Worked one on one with students as well as small groups.
  • Work with small groups, as well as one-on-one with students.
  • Instructed students individually, in small groups, and whole groups.
  • Instructed small groups in Reading Mastery and 95%.
  • Read books to entire classes and to small groups.
  • Conduct learning exercises with small groups of students.
  • Provided remediation opportunities in small groups when needed.
  • Implemented phonics instruction in small groups.
  • Developed and implemented 3 lesson plans which were part of a unit Worked with small groups and students with special needs
  • Assessed students learning with tests, small groups, teacher-guided instruction, and assessed students using Dibels Assessment.

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9. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Produce two weekly/bilingual family newsletters and conduct family literacy meetings in accordance with First 5 California requirements.
  • Developed daily literacy and math based learning centers to promote cooperative learning and independent practice.
  • Developed creative literacy and numeracy activities tailored to students ages three-to-five year old.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum in Math and Literacy for Kindergarten.
  • Instructed children in multiple subjects using a balanced literacy program
  • Developed activities that introduce math and literacy concept.
  • Model classroom for district endorsed literacy programs.
  • Implemented the OSU Literacy Collaborative as part of a team of K-2nd grade teachers.
  • Served on the literacy committee and served on the RTI committee for two years.
  • Educated about student literacy development in reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
  • Provide basic literacy, remedial lessons to children with a variety of disabilities.
  • Administered the PALS assessment (Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening) to students.
  • Communicated Common Core standards for Literacy and Math with parents through Workshops.
  • Supported early literacy by making use of guided reading techniques.
  • Developed and modeled literacy learning centers for K-2 classrooms.
  • Introduced and taught phonics skills through creative and engaging activities Implemented a balanced literacy approach to reading and writing.
  • Followed Fountas and Pinnels Leveled Literacy Intervention.
  • Planned and lead small literacy groups using the Fountas and Pinnell benchmark assessment system.
  • Received training in Children's Literacy Initiative for the Pre- Kindergarten reading readiness program.
  • Led Kindergarten school-wide financial literacy project wherein students used iPads and iBook Creator to publish a class audio iBook on needs/wants.

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10. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented a historically accurate standards aligned Social Studies program.
  • Interact with other teachers on a regular basis to plan and implement reading, math, science and social studies lessons.
  • Integrated teachings of specific subjects: Spanish, Math, English, Science, Health, Social Studies, and Music.
  • Implement and create Science and Social Studies units based on district guidelines, using hands-on experiments and tools that are age-appropriate.
  • Planned and implemented rigorous lessons for students in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and health.
  • Instruct Kindergarten Curriculum which includes reading, math, science, and social studies in a full day classroom setting.
  • Integrated reading, math, social studies, language, literature and socialization activities to promote learning and foster self-esteem.
  • Use centers for math, science, social studies, health and writing activities using hands-on-activities to enhance learning.
  • Introduce skills necessary for success in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Planned weekly lessons in math, reading, language arts, science, and social studies.
  • Plan and submit daily lesson plans including reading, writing, math, and social studies.
  • Used centers for science, math, social studies and health to complement the curriculum.
  • Integrated Spanish, Math, Social Studies, Science, and Christian Education class.
  • Designed and taught an enrichment curriculum for Art, Science and Social Studies.
  • Prepare and instruct lessons in Math, Reading, Social Studies and Science.
  • Created theme based social studies lessons for all three kindergarten classes.
  • Assume full responsibility for academically rigorous ELA, math, science and social studies instruction in a general education classroom.
  • Teach For America Corps Member Provided instruction in Reading, writing, math, science, and social studies
  • Planned and implemented a new social studies curriculum in compliance with the Bradley commission report findings.
  • Teach A Beka Social Studies and Science curriculum to Kindergarten students.

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11. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with a speech-language pathologist and special-education tutors in order to integrate speech-delayed and special needs children into the group.
  • Worked collaboratively with the school psychologist to evaluate and identify children with special needs.
  • Collaborated daily with special education teachers and parents to ensure the success of students with special needs in an inclusive environment.
  • Integrated differentiated instruction to best meet the needs of each student including students with special needs and diverse learning styles.
  • Provide for individual and cultural differences through education and nutrition activities, including children with special needs.
  • Advocated and worked with families and child service agencies to create individual behavioral and special needs plans.
  • Served on the team charged with writing Individual Education Plans for children with special needs.
  • Worked with a spectrum of children from special needs to advanced intellect.
  • Identified students with special needs and referred them to child study team.
  • Adapted teaching to accommodate students with special needs and Individualized Education Plans.
  • Provide accommodations for students with identified special needs and English Language Learners.
  • Sole mainstreamed classroom teacher with 22 students and two special needs students.
  • Worked with special needs of unique children building trust and acceptance.
  • Develop and implement education program for each student with special needs.
  • Provided instruction to regular children and students with special needs.
  • Adapt and modify lessons for students with special needs.
  • Provided accommodations for students with special needs.
  • Advocated for special needs children.
  • Collaborated with specialists (OT, PT, SLP) to meet the needs of students with special needs.
  • Worked in LAUSD pre-school mixed program which served at-risk children and special needs students.

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12. Pre-Kindergarten
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Here's how Pre-Kindergarten is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted to Advanced Pre-Kindergarten Teacher after effectively teaching and facilitating the School Age summer program.
  • Utilized Montessori methods of instruction to teach Pre-Kindergarten students
  • Integrated students from a Pre-Kindergarten disability class.
  • Served as temporary Pre-Kindergarten teacher for students ages 3-5 in a half-day program at a local elementary school.
  • Assisted the Pre-Kindergarten teacher in lessons, snack time, recess, crafts, and nap time.
  • Assisted the lead classroom teacher for the Pre-Kindergarten class and maintained a clean classroom environment.
  • Created, implemented and instructed lesson plans in all subject areas for Pre-Kindergarten students.
  • Prepared school calendar, back-to-school material Pre-Kindergarten Teacher's Aide.
  • Trained incoming staff on the Universal Pre-Kindergarten program.
  • Utilize student assessment to conduct differentiated, small-group instruction to meet individual needs for preschool and pre-kindergarten curriculum.
  • Create a developmentally appropriate, integrated curriculum based on the New York State Pre-kindergarten Performance Standards.
  • Substitute teach ECFE through 5th grade in all elementary schools within District 833 * Taught pre-kindergarten students kindergarten skills and routines
  • Work as pre-kindergarten teacher in a classroom of up to 12 students.
  • Work with combined grades: Pre-Kindergarteners, Kindergarteners and First graders.
  • Generated weekly lesson plan for pre-kindergarten class of 15 students.
  • Worked on planning committees to create a solid pre-kindergarten program.
  • Implemented weekly lesson plans to preschool and pre-kindergarten students.
  • Instructed class of 15 pre-kindergarten children.
  • Chaired pre-kindergarten grade level team.
  • Created and taught a Pre-Kindergarten program for 3-year olds Created and directed a Pre-Kindergarten summer program for 3-5 year olds

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with Kindergarten teachers for ongoing grade level improvement.
  • Communicate effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Instruct kindergarten students by following structured lesson plans that follow required curriculum by the school district and grade level expectations.
  • Tested for I-Ready Reading and Math Florida Assessment all students scoring above 350 range (On Grade Level).
  • Worked collaboratively with grade level colleagues to address the needs of the children and brainstormed best practice solutions.
  • Design Math, Science and Social Studies lesson plans that focused on grade level and age appropriate material.
  • Helped all students reach grade level, or above, on testing by the end of 2008.
  • Collaborated with Grade Level to evaluate and implement effective engagement strategies, data chats and lesson planning.
  • Conducted and held meetings with my grade level in order to support and establish good communication.
  • Planned lessons closely with grade level assuring all were aligned to the NC State Teaching Standards.
  • Issued the commencement speech for students who were advancing to the next grade level.
  • Coordinate and implemented education activities and programs throughout grade levels Pre-School through 8th grade.
  • Worked with multiple grade level classrooms within the area of remediation for students.
  • Worked with team mates to create a cohesion among the grade level.
  • Designed and executed lessons in all subjects appropriate for grade level.
  • Participate actively in Vertical Team planning meetings across K-5 grade levels.
  • Planned lessons with team of grade level teachers.
  • Grade Level Chairperson for the Prekindergarten team.
  • Served as Grade Level Facilitator with responsibilities of leading grade level team, communicating with administration and other grade levels.
  • Teach in a blended half day kindergarten classroom Adapted materials and accommodated for special needs students Implemented new grade level writing program

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14. Phonics
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Here's how Phonics is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted letter recognition, phonics awareness and number identification to increase learning.
  • Planned and taught subjects for kindergarten class: phonics, science, language arts, writing, reading, and math.
  • Offered engaging units with emphases on phonics, reading, numbers, one-to-one correspondence, and visual and performing arts.
  • Administered GKAP, Saxon phonics, Touch Math, guided reading to classroom and created lesson plans for ESOL.
  • Tutored children ages two to six years in phonics, reading, math, Spanish, and music/movement.
  • Utilized sign language ABC and phonics immersion as a strategy to accelerate knowledge of the alphabetic principle.
  • Implemented phonics, writing, math, science and religion based on California standards.
  • Prepared students for Kindergarten by teaching them phonemes and phonics via popular sight words.
  • Teach letter recognition, phonics, numbers, and awareness of nature and science.
  • Instructed Reading and ELA skills based on both phonics and whole language.
  • Conducted training workshops for co-teachers in Phonics teaching methods.
  • Implemented and taught ABEKA phonics and Saxon math programs.
  • Implemented Words Their Way to develop and teach phonics.
  • Focus on early math, science, and phonics.
  • Emphasized on reading and phonics in every subject.
  • Used phonics curriculum to promote reading.
  • Followed the Abeka curriculum teaching children basic phonics, social studies, and math.
  • Supplemented phonics program with the Reader's Workshop and Writers Workshop models.
  • Introduced 5-6 year olds to phonics and sight-reading concepts.
  • Designed age appropriate lessons using Houghton Mifflin language arts, Everyday Math, Zoo Phonics and Indiana state benchmarks and standards.

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15. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Participate in collaborative curriculum development, assessment analysis and tailoring instructional practices for student mastery.
  • Participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions.
  • Assisted in curriculum development, implementation, and policy review.
  • Participate in collaborative curriculum development and grade level activities
  • Assist lead teacher with curriculum development and implementation.
  • Direct faculty meetings in ELA curriculum development.
  • Prepared reports and curriculum development.
  • Served as a Kindergarten teacher, responsible for curriculum development and classroom instruction at a private non-profit school.
  • Managed all curriculum development and staff, while maintaining the school's social media presence and events.
  • Contributed to Early Years curriculum development as part of Early Years teaching team.
  • Served on school committees focused on curriculum development, textbook review, etc.
  • Lead teacher in charge of lesson planning and curriculum development.
  • Participated in the updating of school's curriculum development.
  • Played a critical role in the curriculum development.
  • Work in a Professional Learning Community with co-teachers to develop and reflect on lesson plans and curriculum development for kindergarten..
  • Assisted each teacher with lesson planning, gathering resources, and curriculum development Assist.
  • Designed and implemented the pre-k program as well as complete curriculum development.
  • Created and implemented daily lesson planning and maintained behavior charts Led curriculum development efforts Collaborated with parents on the home/school connection
  • Key Accomplishments: Curriculum development and design Created newsletter to communicate to parents

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Here's how Social Development is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Developed, implemented and encouraged activities to promote their physical, mental and social development.
  • Create and lead instructional activities focused on physical mental and social development.
  • Plan, prepare, and implement a curriculum that is appropriate for the age level, skill, and social development.
  • Conferred with the pupil, his/her parents, the principal and/or supportive personnel regarding the pupil's academic and social development.
  • Organize and lead activities which are uniquely designed to promote physical, mental and social development in children.
  • Observed, evaluated and recorded children's academic progress, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Construct lesson plans and activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development skills.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Organized led activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Provided student instruction in public school, academic, and social development.
  • Observed/evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Observe student s performance, behavior, and social development.
  • Implemented cognition and social development resources for K4-K5 students.
  • Supported the intellectual and social development of children.
  • Promoted physical, mental, and social development.
  • Conducted Open Circle to encourage social development.
  • Observed and evaluated student's performance, behavior, social development and physical health to create a comprehensive quarterly report.
  • Shared files and documents using One Drive and Share Point *Observe and evaluate student performance, behavior and social development.
  • Organized and lead discovery activities designed to promote imaginitive learning and social development.
  • Organized and directed field trips and sporting events to aid in chil- dren's cultural and social development.

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  • Ensured enhanced learning experience by teaching all academic core subjects using an interactive approach.
  • Develop and instruct creative, age-appropriate lesson plans that focus on core subjects, as well as personal and academic progression.
  • Developed and instructed age appropriate lesson plans that focused on core subjects as well as personal and academic progression.
  • Developed and presented creative lessons that focused on core subjects, as well as personal and academic progression.
  • Designed and adapted differentiated lessons in core subjects of Science, English, etc.
  • Developed experience teaching the core subjects to Kindergarten students at the above school systems.
  • Planned, instructed, and assessed students in all core subjects.
  • Implemented and taught all core subjects for the Kindergarten Class.
  • Plan activities that would stimulate growth in all core subjects.
  • Created weekly lesson plans to include all core subjects.
  • Designed and prepared lessons that focused on core subjects.
  • Develop and create lessons that focus on core subjects.
  • Developed and presented creative lessons to implement core subjects.
  • Teach core subjects Math, Science, Social Studies, and ELAR.
  • Instructed kindergarten students on core subjects Planned and executed lessons and interventions tailored to all students
  • Teach a classroom of 20 kindergarteners core subjects, including reading, writing, math, social studies, and science.
  • Worked to care for the children, teach core subjects while working alongside local Ghanaians to create a sustainable learning environment.
  • Developed and presented creative lessons that focused on core subjectsand hands-on activities to accommodate all styles of learning.
  • worked with 4 and 5 year olds, teaching the basic concepts in core subjects
  • Utilized a hands on approach towards teaching, combining projects, reports, plays, and discussion in all core subjects.

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18. State Standards
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  • Designed and facilitated hands-on activities encompassing and integrating teaching approaches in accordance with Washington State Standards.
  • Implemented literature-based curriculum; core subjects reinforced through targeted stories; aligned with state standards.
  • Facilitate academic developments that align with the Florida Sunshine State Standards.
  • Worked with math coach and team members in creating kindergarten math curriculum to align with new Common Core State Standards.
  • Plan and implement thorough, well-developed lessons aimed at enhancing understanding of age-appropriate topics, while following state standards.
  • Implemented instructional lessons using a variety of technological tools and state-of-the art teaching techniques while adhering to state standards.
  • Use state standards to write lesson plans and follow all common core standards.
  • Created and taught Social Studies lessons based off of the Massachusetts State standards.
  • Implemented a full day Kindergarten program following the county curriculum and state standards.
  • Create and implement lesson plans to fit within state standards and school schedule.
  • Utilize state standards/benchmarks to guide the development of lessons and activities.
  • Integrated Illinois State Standards into my daily lesson plans.
  • Assured that all lessons met or exceeded state standards.
  • Planned lesson plans according to state standards.
  • Implemented Common Core State Standards.
  • Collected data on children's learning progress and created individual plans for children to achieve beyond state standards in education.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans exhibiting monthly themes and state standards for three year olds.
  • Make sure lessons meet PA state standards Adapt materials to meet individual student needs.
  • Team planning and teaching to match state standards.
  • Implemented Indiana State Standards Managed classroom of 23 students Created interactive lesson plans Devised individual behavior plans

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  • Mentor Teacher: observed and issued non-evaluative support to other staff members on effectiveness of delivery of curriculum.
  • Identified student needs and cooperated with other professional staff members in supporting any behavioral or learning problems.
  • Participated with other staff members in curriculum planning during designated meetings.
  • Frequent discussions with parents and professional staff members regarding the educational, social, and adjustment problems of the students.
  • Participated in weekly team meetings, professional development, and school collaborations with kindergarten team members and other staff members.
  • Coordinate social activities for all staff members, recognition of birthdays, anniversaries, and celebrations of staff members.
  • Work collaboratively with teacher's assistant, special education team, and other staff members on a daily basis.
  • Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with supervisors, staff members, and parents/guardians.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Establish report and effective working relationships with parents, students, and other staff members.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lesson in alignment with approved curricula.
  • Communicated effectively with staff members and parents on the progress and concerns regarding their children.
  • Worked with parents, staff members, and administration to improve student successes.
  • Communicate consistently with parents, other staff members, and center directors.
  • Established and maintained good relationships with all parents and other staff members.
  • Work collaboratively with staff members on a daily basis.
  • Maintain great rapport with parents/guardians and staff members.
  • Coach and support staff members.
  • Developed instructional trainings in the areas of technology, behavior intervention, and differentiated instruction to staff members and parents.
  • Worked with other staff members to plan activities, teach students, and create success for all.

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20. Subject Areas
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  • Provided educational instruction in all subject areas.
  • Administered teaching responsibilities in all subject areas.
  • Designed age-appropriate programs and activities in all subject areas including the integration of art, music and dance with academic subjects.
  • Produce and implement daily lesson plans covering all subject areas to a large group of 5-6 year old students.
  • Worked as a classroom teacher with Head Teacher creating, designing and teaching lessons in all subject areas.
  • Meet state requirements in all subject areas: math, science, literacy and social skills.
  • Job Description: Planning and implementing lessons for Kindergarten students in all core subject areas.
  • Educated students in all subject areas in a self-contained, half day Kindergarten classroom.
  • Created age appropriate lessons throughout all subject areas based upon student needs and abilities.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans on various subject areas on student cognitive level.
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans and directed classroom instruction in all subject areas.
  • Designed and implemented curriculum in all subject areas for full day program.
  • Planned and facilitated grade level lessons in all basic subject areas.
  • Designed, modified and implemented curriculum in all core subject areas.
  • Created and implemented engaging, hands-on lessons in all subject areas.
  • Instruct a class of students in all subject areas.
  • Created weekly lesson plans addressing the core subject areas.
  • Planned and taught two half-day kindergartens in all subject areas and Scottish Storyline.
  • Encouraged a kinesthetic and technological approach to learning in all subject areas.
  • Teach all subject areas to Kindergarteners.

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21. Appropriate Curriculum
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  • Developed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented age-appropriate curriculum to academically prepare students for kindergarten and provided opportunity for development of socialization skills.
  • Stimulate emotional, intellectual, and social growth of students by developing and directing a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the MA Department of Education Preschool Standards and Emergent curriculum.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for all areas of a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate curriculum ton prepare children for first grade.
  • Developed age-appropriate curriculum and activities for students in the classroom.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities.
  • Created appropriate curriculum activities on a daily basis.
  • Developed and presented developmentally appropriate curriculum to students.
  • Provide developmental care and supervision to children enrolled in the Child Development Center; implement age appropriate curriculum for children.
  • Plan a developmentally appropriate curriculum that fits the philosophy, assessment framework, themes and calendar of the school.
  • Care for children, work with Director and Assistant Director on creating an appropriate curriculum for the classroom.
  • Design a grade-level appropriate curriculum in accordance with CCLS and GOLD's Objectives for Development and Learning.
  • Develop, submit, and implement weekly age appropriate curriculum specific and differentiated lesson plans.
  • Managed a classroom of 16 students and engaged them with age appropriate curriculum.
  • Designed and taught age appropriate curriculum Taught gymnastics as an extra-curricular class
  • Created and implemented age-appropriate curriculums as head teacher.
  • 1.Implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 30 students.

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22. Pre-K
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  • Developed and implemented before/after and summer school programs for Pre-K-6 children.
  • Implement and teach Pre-Kindergarten core curricular subjects.
  • Develop a themed Pre-Kindergarten Play.
  • Design a sound curriculum to enhance the social, physical, intellectual well-being of the children in Pre-K through Kindergarten.
  • Assisted in planning and provided small and large group instruction to Pre-Kindergarten students based on the High Reach Learning Curriculum.
  • Assisted in teaching and developing curriculum for a Pre-K class of 20 students from ages 4-5.
  • Work closely with Pre-K and Kindergarten teachers to align instruction that is purposeful and challenging.
  • Supported Pre-K students with emotional or behavioral problems and helped develop their social skills.
  • Chaired committee which developed Kinder and Pre-Kinder report cards and enrollment cards.
  • Create and teach developmental lesson plans for both Pre-Kindergarten and Junior Kindergarten.
  • Supervised recess for Pre-Kindergarten to 2nd Grade.
  • Developed and monitored age-appropriate curriculum for Pre-kindergarten children ages 4-5 years.
  • Planned and executed curriculum-based lessons for pre-kindergarten students, ages 3-5
  • Planned and organized Pre-kindergarten program and graduation.
  • Enforced the Buddy System mentoring program between Pre-K through 6th Grade students, increasing student development and enthusiasm for learning.
  • Planned and coordinated educational field trips for entire department (ten kinder and seven pre-kinder classes).
  • Wake Village Elementary School, Summer School Taught Pre-Kindergarten (ELL) students during summer school.
  • Assist the Lead Pre-kindergarten Teacher during classroom hours.
  • Bridge program between Pre-K and Kindergarten.
  • Provided a safe and nurturing environment for pre-kindergarten children three to four years of age.

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23. OLD Children
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  • Develop and implement a developmentally appropriate preschool program curriculum for four and/or five year old children.
  • Developed and instructed reading, mathematics, and social science curriculum for five-year-old children
  • Foster a safe and nurturing environment for four to five year old children through positive redirection and enriching activities and experiences.
  • Developed an appropriate curriculum that incorporates science, math and technology to support Kindergarten readiness for 4 and 5 year-old children.
  • Prepare 4-5 year old children for kindergarten, light classroom clean up, teaching Pre-K level curriculum.
  • Developed and maintained a quality learning environment, developmentally appropriate for four and five year old children.
  • Lead Preschool Teacher - I am responsible for teaching three and four year old children.
  • Supported the Kindergarten teacher of the class in educating 5- and 6-year-old children.
  • Managed a classroom of twenty 5-6 year old children along with two co-teachers.
  • Provided a nurturing and safe environment for 4 & 5 year old children.
  • Organized activities and learning for 12 4-5yr old children * Time management skills/patients
  • Educated 16 four and five year old children in all subject areas.
  • Provided a structured teaching environment for 5 year old children.
  • Worked with 4 year old children in class setting.
  • Work with 2-4 year old children.
  • Educate 4 year-old children Parent/teacher interactions
  • Developed and implemented a curriculum for groups of 50, four-five year old children.
  • Supervised and Educated 4 year old children in the Classroom Enviroment
  • Lead Preschool Teacher Supervised classroom of three-year-old children Planned and implemented age and developmentally appropriate activities
  • worked as a assistant teacher of 4 years old & 5 years old children's class for 3 years.

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24. Letter Recognition
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  • Literacy-based programs to teach advanced letter recognition and phonics.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Performed kindergarten screening and introduces letter recognition, sounds, reading, writing, science and math concepts to students.
  • Created lesson plans, taught students basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness.
  • Utilize Handwriting without Tears program to help students meet goals of letter recognition and printing first names.
  • Planned interactive activities with a focus on letter recognition, phonics and numbers according to the curriculum.
  • Evaluated children on their growth in Reading Readiness, Letter Recognition, and basic Math skills.
  • Guided students on the basics of colors, shapes, numbers, and letter recognition.
  • Assist small groups of students and individuals to improve letter recognition and reading fluency.
  • Observed and worked one-on-one with students in number and letter recognition.
  • Created memorable multi-sensory learning activities to effectively teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.
  • Teach letter recognition,phonics,numbers,and awareness of nature and science.
  • letter recognition, letter sounds, CVC mastery, digraphs and blends).

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25. IEP
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  • Participated in child study teams, facilitated IEP development, and effectively instructed students.
  • Schedule parent/teacher conferences, attend IEP meetings, and participate in after-school activities that support students and families
  • Collaborated with ESL Teacher, IEP team and families to ensure pupils received needed services.
  • Attended parent conferences, faculty/team meetings, IEP meetings, and professional development sessions.
  • Assisted in Individualized Education Planning (IEP) for children with learning disorders.
  • Collaborate with service providers to support IEP goals and overall learning and development.
  • Maintain required documentation of intervention visits as they pertain to meeting IEP objectives.
  • Participated in parent conferences, IEP meetings, and faculty senate meetings.
  • Attend Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings as the classroom teacher.
  • Maintained IEP's and case files for all students in my classroom.
  • Coordinated and conducted IEP reviews with parents.
  • Developed and documented progress of IEP plans.
  • Implement IEP's (individual education plan)
  • Utilized a print-rich, nurturing environment to meet individual students' needs with regard to IEPs and Educational Update Reports.
  • Contribute ideas and information to help with students academics and behavior during IEP meetings.
  • Worked closely with students with IEPs.
  • Advocated for and helped student growth through Child Study Team, IEPs, parent meetings and behavior specialist interventions.
  • Provide differentiation for students with multiple learning modalities, academic IEPs, ADD/ADHD, and emotional/behavior disorders.
  • School District * IFSP and IEP Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Autism Awareness
  • Ensured if a a student had an IEP or 504 Plan that it was implemented successfully.

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26. Report Cards
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  • Administered assessments and completed report cards per trimester.
  • Observed and recorded monthly progress reports as well as bi-monthly report cards to assess individual growth of students.
  • Completed all lesson plans, progress reports, report cards, and administrative functions with care and timeliness.
  • Conducted parent/teacher conferences, prepared report cards, collaborated with colleagues to plan special events.
  • Distributed quarterly educational assessments, similar to report cards, to each parent.
  • Evaluate and process student report cards using Power School online report card program.
  • Evaluated student success through use of report cards and weekly communication with parents.
  • Utilized data to complete quarterly report cards and conduct parent teacher conferences.
  • Administered and analyzed assessments to inform instruction and to complete report cards.
  • Write report cards and comments on every student in classroom.
  • Distribute report cards and give assessments in reading and math.
  • Tested children, completed report cards and parent teacher conferences.
  • Tested students individually for progress reports and report cards.
  • Evaluated and documented outcomes on student report cards.
  • Input grades for progress reports and report cards.
  • Attended parent conferences and wrote report cards.
  • Graded papers and completed report cards.
  • Designed new kindergarten report cards.
  • Prepared report cards and held termly parents teacher conferences Perfect attendance record for two years Islamization of lessons for each subject
  • Developed interesting creative lesson plans Implemented lessons while ensuring student comprehension Communicated with parents about student progress Wrote report cards

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27. Daily Activities
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  • Supported emergent curriculum based education, assisted children in resolving conflicts, made panel board documentation, created daily activities.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Implemented Scholastic Curriculum and materials into lessons and daily activities.
  • Develop lesson plans including instructional daily activities.
  • Developed and implemented appropriate daily activities.
  • Provided/handled daily activities schedule for students.
  • Plan, prepare, and implement daily activities (indoor/outdoor) as they relate to the curriculum and development of children.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with daily activities such as enhancing fine and gross motor skills, comprehensive learning, and interpersonal communication.
  • Collaborated with assistants to plan and implement daily activities, e.g., circle time, songs, dancing and crafts.
  • Organized classroom structure; setup and supervised daily activities such as story telling circle and arts & crafts.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Collaborated with a Co-Czech speaking Teacher to plan and organize lessons and daily activities.
  • Assist with critical daily activities such as classroom transition times, mealtimes and toileting.
  • Communicated with parents and fellow teachers on students progress and daily activities.
  • Prepare and teach short daily activities such as music and movement.
  • Prepared lesson materials and prepped classroom for daily activities.
  • Lead teacher creating and planning daily activities.
  • Assisted teacher in daily activities while supervising 20 kindergarten students Participated in individual attention to each student.
  • Instructed 1-3 year-olds in daily activities to improve their child development.
  • Assist lead teacher in daily activities Prepare daily activities Compile work packets for students Assist lead teacher in technological issues Organize classroom

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28. Parent-Teacher Conferences
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  • Communicated with parents through parent-teacher conferences, telephone, and written correspondence.
  • Assessed student abilities and evaluated performance; conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, attended professional staff meetings.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities.
  • Fostered relationships with families and parents by encouraging an active learning process in the home and by conducting parent-teacher conferences biannually.
  • Scheduled and led parent-teacher conferences and meetings; constantly interacted with parents via email and phone.
  • Communicated with parents on student s progress through parent-teacher conferences two times per school year.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, focusing on regular and problem behaviors, learning problems, etc.
  • Schedule and hold parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Assessed students, prepared report cards and progress reports, and conducted Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Organize and schedule parent-teacher conferences and plan summer camp for children ages 4-5.
  • Administered the TPRI exam and explained results to parents in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Observed and documented children's growth and accomplishments and held parent-teacher conferences.
  • Communicated with parents through newsletters, phone calls and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 3 times a year.
  • Grade papers and conduct parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences to discuss the child's progress, accomplishments, and address challenges to devise strategies to overcome them.
  • United States Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 2 times during the school year.
  • coordinated parent-teacher conferences twice during the school year.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and open houses Antoinette Blakeney, (773) 965-6942.

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29. Dibels
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  • Accessed student performance through anecdotal notes, TPRI, DIBELS, ITBS assessments, records, conferences, and student portfolios.
  • Trained in DIBELS testing and was part of the team administering the tests to the entire school.
  • Implemented district-wide Literacy and Math programs, and administered district mandated assessments and DIBELS testing.
  • Implemented DIBELS and MAPS reading and math assessments for kindergarten teachers.
  • Conducted DIBELS and other reading assessments to track students' progress.
  • Administered DIBELS, NICHQ Vanderbilt Assessment Scale and teacher-created assessments.
  • Received training and tested students using DIBELS.
  • Administer DIBELS and ECHOS assessments.
  • Implemented a differentiated literacy program including Success for All and Dibels to mitigate and prevent reading difficulties.
  • Assessed students through running records, DRA, ECLAS, Dibels, and formal and informal observations.
  • Have accurate data showing significant student progress through district required assessments such as DIBELS and mClass.
  • Administered quarterly academic assessments Dibels and the Terra Nova test, for levels and progress results.
  • Modeled writing and administered DIBELS assessment Worked together with other teachers as a team.
  • Administered quarterly academic assessments Dibels, Terra Nova, and Star Reading and Math.
  • Administer assessments using AIMSweb and DIBELS to screen and progress monitor student performance.
  • Administer Dibels and DRA assessments and utilize data to inform small group instruction.
  • Assessed students using MAP, DIBELS, MClass and teacher created assessments.
  • Assessed student performance through DIBELS, anecdotal records, and DRAs.
  • Administered Dibels assessment to all kindergarten students on a palm pilot.
  • Served on the assessment team for assessing ELL Learners (Azella) and Dibels Next.

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30. ESL
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  • Worked closely with ESL specialists while teaching an integrated Kindergarten English-as-a-Second Language Cluster class.
  • Full day kindergarten teacher in a community that had a large ESL (English as a second language) population.
  • Acquired ESL certification soon after accepting this position, so that I could service all students whose second language was English
  • Provided ESL instruction for 120 students in four classes, including curriculum design, supplemental instruction and one-on-one individual tutoring.
  • Collaborate with English as Second Language (ESL) and Speech Teacher to assure meeting individual needs of students.
  • Collaborated with English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher to improve students' learning and retention.
  • Differentiated instruction due to the wide range between the students' levels, including ESL.
  • Emphasized proper spelling and reading rules, for ESL and bilingual students.
  • Developed ESL lesson plans, created classroom materials and other teaching aids.
  • Coordinated all instruction for a grant funded program serving at-risk ESL students
  • Accomplished total inclusion of ESL students into an English classroom.
  • Differentiated instruction each day for several ESL students.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for ESL students.
  • Used various ESL techniques with ELL's and served as Grade Chair for the grade level.
  • Up to 30 students, up to 100% ESL students.
  • Acted as an ESL teacher for the children.
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings, STAT and IEP meetings, ESL and other student-centered meetings (as needed).
  • Full ESL Endorsement Taught After the Bell Reading classes for Kindergarten, and Techmania for 3rd - 5th grade
  • Instructed majority ESL students Provided differentiated instruction on a daily basis Skills taught through engaging activities
  • develop grade- level appropriate curriculum -planned and implemented differential instruction -teach ESL

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31. Clear Objectives
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  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives into lesson plans.
  • Developed age appropriate, daily lesson plans with clear objectives for thematic units that met the varied needs of students.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to children.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and presented those to the students.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects while keeping them challenging for the students.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects to both students and parents.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities, Prepare and distribute required reports.
  • Establish clear objectives to lesson plans and communicate these objectives to the students.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons,units and projects.

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  • Provided educational and personal care services to students and their individual learning needs.

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33. Instructional Materials
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  • Developed classroom curriculum, activities, and instructional materials centralized around a weekly theme.
  • Developed and executed extensive lesson plans using a wide range of instructional materials.
  • Developed instructional materials suitable for verbal, auditory and visual instruction.
  • Assisted effectively in preparation and production of instructional materials.
  • Adapted classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that address individualized learning plans within established lesson plans.
  • Designed lesson plans or selected instructional materials based on courses of study, district-approved or sponsored curriculum, and state standards.
  • Showed the importance of art appreciation by using a variety of instructional materials that were related to English speaking cultures.
  • Use a variety of instructional materials such as contextual, supplemental, teacher-constructed, audio- visual, and hands on.
  • Earned high-marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching diverse subjects.
  • Developed quality and creative lesson plans and instructional materials for the classroom to be used in diverse subjects.
  • Support and mentor new teachers in developing curriculum resources, instructional materials, and classroom management strategies.
  • Developed, revised, or adapted courses and instructional materials based on student evaluations and parent feedback.
  • Prepare of instructional materials in all subjects and use the technology as an educational resource.
  • Identify and select different instructional materials and methods to meet the needs of the students.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Prepared appropriate lesson plans and instructional materials for each subject on a daily basis.
  • Assist in selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
  • Prepared instructional materials; reads to students in the Ukrainian language.
  • Prepare instructional materials; reads to students.
  • Prepared lesson plans and instructional materials aside from keeping records of students outputs.

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34. Physical Health
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  • Monitor and evaluate the academic performance of children, as well as their behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior, policies and procedures to maintain development and physical health.

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35. Recreational Activities
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  • Promoted physical, mental, and social development by creating and implementing an authentic classroom learning environment and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Supervised classes and activities for youth engaged in recreational activities to include active and passive participants.
  • Developed and implemented educational and recreational activities utilizing a holistic and traditional philosophy of teaching.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing outdoor games and recreational activities.
  • Supervised recreational activities and field trips.
  • Supervised classroom games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Coordinate arts, crafts, school tutoring, and recreational activities for children.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities, such as games.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities.
  • Teach educational and recreational activities by utilizing the Adlerian notions of child psychology.
  • Created and implemented age-appropriate lesson plans Planned recreational activities to increase parent involvement
  • Developed Lesson Plans, Engaged in parent/teacher conferences.Monitored recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities to promote physical,mental, and social development.

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36. Phone Calls
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  • Communicated weekly with parents through telephone calls, communication newsletters, communication notebooks and website.
  • Communicated with parents on a weekly basis through newsletters and positive phone calls home to establish increased parental involvement.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis through phone calls, parent teacher conferences, and written reports.
  • Communicate with families via email, monthly newsletters, phone calls, hand-written notes, and face-to-face conferences.
  • Communicated with parents, administrators, and classroom teachers though conferences, phone calls, and email.
  • Communicated with parents through phone calls, email, face to face discussions, and conferences.
  • Communicated with parents through conferences, phone calls, notes home, progress updates and newsletters.
  • Communicated with parents regularly through newsletters, e-mails, phone calls, conferencing and in person.
  • Communicated with parents regularly with phone calls, notes, and a monthly writing newsletter.
  • Answered phone calls from Hispanic families who could not communicate in English during my break.
  • Assist the director with all paperwork, forms, phone calls, activities, etc.
  • Communicated with parents/guardians through newsletters, direct contact, phone calls, and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Answer phone calls and assist cardholders with questions/concerns/comments in a professional and timely manner.
  • Close daily contact with parents in person and through emails and phone calls.
  • Initiated and received numerous phone calls to parents updating students' progress.
  • Preform administrative duties such as filling, photocopying, answering phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls, take messages, work payment program.
  • Answered and fielded phone calls to the daycare's office.
  • Communicated with parents through conferences, phone calls, emails and Engrade Software to discuss student progress and interpret school program.
  • Frequent communication with parents through newsletters, notes, phone calls Participate in teacher conferences

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  • Encouraged appropriate cohort behavior by utilizing the positive reinforcement method.
  • Apply the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Encourage good behavior and positive reinforcement methods.
  • Completed daily paperwork for agencies such as Child Protection Services and promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.

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  • Designed and conducted standards-based lessons that incorporated shared reading, phonemic awareness, and invented spelling.
  • Initiated a phonemic awareness curriculum by collaborating with peer teachers.
  • Implemented small group instruction for increased phonemic awareness.
  • Instructed small learning groups and facilitated in the development of: phonemic awareness, fine motor skills, and interpersonal communication.
  • Implemented a balanced literacy approach, when teaching students' to read, by using whole language and phonemic awareness.
  • Teach basic skills such as letter recognition, phonemic awareness, shapes, colors, and social skills.
  • Participate in staff development training programs such as Making Math Meaningful and the Phonological and Phonemic Awareness Workshop.
  • Increased reading readiness for more than 200 children by consistently stressing the use of phonemic awareness.
  • Balanced Reading, Writing, Math, Phonics/Phonemic Awareness, and Art using center based instruction.
  • Enhanced beginning reading skills through phonemic awareness, rhyming games, and book extension activities.
  • Administered and scored Phonemic Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) testing for all students.
  • Administered letter recognition, phonics, phonemic awareness, and counting to 100 tests.
  • Teach students basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness.
  • Instructed students in reading, math, handwriting and phonemic awareness.
  • Work with small groups to increase phonemic awareness and gain fluency.
  • Planned and taught common-core lessons for math and phonics/phonemic awareness.
  • Designed and guided literacy development through integration of themes, multi-level centers, phonemic awareness activities and multimedia.
  • Implemented multi-sensory lessons that included letter/sound recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness, math and science.
  • Planned and implemented phonics and phonemic awareness activities for Pre- K students.
  • Worked with "The Letter People" program for letter recognition and phonemic awareness.

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39. Thematic Units
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Here's how Thematic Units is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented and taught thematic units and lesson plans that were developmentally appropriate and highly interactive.
  • Developed a curriculum which fostered student's creativity and critical thinking in thematic units.
  • Designed and implemented creative thematic units of study aligned with curriculum and district standards.
  • Planned numerous thematic units to enhance students learning ability and curiosity.
  • Implemented and developed thematic units in all areas of curriculum.
  • Develop and implement hands-on thematic units for Kindergarten students.
  • Integrated cross-curricular thematic units for all subject areas.
  • Developed and executed age-appropriate thematic units.
  • Prepared and taught integrated thematic units.
  • Developed thematic units around instructional goals
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans and thematic units based on assessment data to meet the diverse needs of the classroom.
  • Provide differentiated instruction, use thematic units and technology to challenge and engage students to excel.
  • Utilized parent volunteers and community resources to enhance thematic units being taught in the classroom.
  • Planned instruction and thematic units with a team of six kindergarten teachers.
  • Integrated learning centers, thematic units and the arts into daily activities.
  • Integrated Common Core Standards and research-based best practices into thematic units.
  • Used thematic units for instruction to keep students engaged in learning.
  • Planned and implemented lessons and thematic units across the curriculum Participated in parent-teacher conferences and report writing
  • Planned and instructed each subject area using a wide variety of teaching aids, strategies, and thematic units.
  • Developed thematic units Created hands-on lessons Produced a holistic reading program

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40. Regular Basis
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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences on regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis via the classroom website, weekly newsletters, parent-teacher conferences, e-mails, etc.
  • Use data collected on a regular basis on students to grow them from where they are academically in a classroom setting.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via newsletters, daily or weekly progress reports, phone calls, and email.
  • Communicated effectively both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals on a regular basis.
  • Conferred with parents on a regular basis to maintain open relationships and to share children's progress.
  • Maintained records of student progress to provide timely and accurate information to parents on a regular basis.
  • Assess students performance and progress to ensure they are mastering the skills on a regular basis.
  • Evaluate student's progress on a regular basis and provide appropriate feedback for students and parents.
  • Completed lessons on various themes, unit plans, and assessments on a regular basis.
  • Communicate progress and students' development with community and families on a regular basis.
  • Perform and document assessments of preschool and kindergarten aged children on a regular basis.
  • Communicate on a regular basis directly with parents to report student performance and behavior.
  • Manage all data entry for school and student records on a regular basis.
  • Collaborated with parents on a regular basis to communicate child's progress.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis to provide progress updates.
  • Involved parent volunteers in the classroom on a regular basis.
  • Communicated child's growth on a regular basis with guardians.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents, administrators, and other education professionals regarding student progress on a regular basis.

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41. Weekly Newsletter
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Here's how Weekly Newsletter is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Design and administer weekly newsletters to encourage parental involvement and need to know information.
  • Keep consistent communication with families; weekly newsletters and conferences when needed
  • Provided parents with a detailed weekly newsletter detailing weekly events.
  • Communicated effectively with parents through weekly newsletters and conferencing.
  • Facilitated productive communication with parents regarding student progress through progress reports, weekly newsletters, phone calls and parent teacher conferences.
  • Created and communicated with families through daily conversations, weekly newsletters, permission slips and the classroom handbook.
  • Communicate effectively and collaboratively with parents through weekly newsletters, emails, phone calls, etc.
  • Create weekly newsletters and organize field trips to make real-world connections between students and curriculum.
  • Write weekly newsletters to keep parents informed and included in all learning activities.
  • Communicated with parents on a daily basis and through a weekly newsletter.
  • Developed schedule, weekly newsletters, & weekly lesson plans.
  • Created weekly lesson plans and weekly newsletters for parents.
  • Designed a weekly newsletter to inform parents of progress.
  • Created a weekly newsletter of school activities for parents.
  • Created a weekly newsletter to communicate with parents.
  • Produced a weekly newsletter using Adobe Reader.
  • Translated weekly newsletter from English to Spanish.
  • Communicate with parents via weekly newsletters.
  • Composed weekly newsletters to inform parents of student progress an encourage parent/teacher communication.
  • Corresponded with vendors, created purchase orders, formulated weekly newsletters, Advertisements and calendars.

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42. Bulletin Boards
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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Created monthly bulletin boards and participated in monthly staff developmental meetings.
  • Graded records, supervised play, attended staff meetings, prepared bulletin boards, and coordinated field trips.
  • Organized and created learning centers and bulletin boards, instructional charts and visual aids that correlate with curriculum.
  • Prepared report cards, progress reports, conducted teacher, parent conferences, and created bulletin boards.
  • Create a positive learning environment through functional and attractive displays, bulletin boards and center activities.
  • Planned and taught lessons on various subjects, created bulletin boards, and assessed students.
  • Prepared bulletin boards, letters to parents, and prepared students for Kindergarten.
  • Organized instruction material, including constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Created bulletin boards, ordered and maintained inventory of school books and supplies.
  • Developed educational materials including books, bulletin boards, and games.
  • Created monthly newsletters, bulletin boards, and documentations of learning.
  • Design bulletin boards and charts to reflect authentic student work.
  • Set up classroom, daily schedule and monthly bulletin boards.
  • Created instructional bulletin boards and hallway class bulletin boards.
  • Set up classroom and display monthly bulletin boards.
  • Created bulletin boards and informational wall displays.
  • Organized and created learning centers and bulletin boards
  • Put together bulletin boards and wall displays.
  • Created bulletin boards for various subjects.
  • Created and setup seasonal bulletin boards.

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43. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with parents to create a warm, safe environment of which their children could have the best Kindergarten experience possible.
  • Supervised kindergarten group using excellent management techniques, and provided a safe environment to the children.
  • Develop the skills of students by providing healthy and safe environment using different teaching methods.
  • Provide care for preschool aged children in a loving, nurturing, and safe environment.
  • Provide excellent care giving to Pre-Kindergarten class insuring growth and fun in a safe environment.
  • Make sure all students are in a safe environment and learning effectively in the classroom.
  • Administered healthy snacks and created a stimulating, nurturing and safe environment for 50 students
  • Applied classroom management skills and provided a safe environment in which children could explore.
  • Provide a safe environment by maintaining orderly, clean, and appealing facilities.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for co-workers, parents, and children.
  • Maintained a stable and safe environment for students to progress and mature.
  • Maintained healthy and safe environment for children to explore without undue risks.
  • Provided children with a learning and safe environment.
  • Created a happy and safe environment.
  • Scaffolded children in a safe environment to explore the world around them through lessons tailored to their needs.
  • Ensured a safe environment; conferenced with parents, organized field trips, directed the kindergarten Thanksgiving production.
  • Established a safe environment with engaging playtime activities for children aged 2-5 in an after school activities.
  • Collaborated with colleagues, conferenced with parents, provided a safe environment for learning and growth.
  • Provide support and positive role modeling * Structure, supervise, and manage group dynamics * Maintain a nurturing and safe environment
  • Provided child care Maintained a fun and safe environment Implement curriculum Maintain positive relationship with parents and guardians

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44. RTI
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Here's how RTI is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Combined discipline plan with effective measures and various lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Attended and participated in annual teacher development conferences, special programs and activities.
  • Participated in monthly parent-teacher conference to inform parents of student progress.
  • Developed entire curriculum for newly state-certified kindergarten class at school.
  • Developed reporting and measurement mechanisms to track student progress.
  • Updated professional knowledge by participating in professional learning opportunities.
  • Participated in faculty and parent conferences.
  • Participate in training classes, conferences, and other aspects of professional growth, maintaining current knowledge of early childhood practice.
  • Exemplify active, mutual participation in the activity to help ensure that the child clearly understands what is being taught.
  • Teach in an inclusive environment, participate in PPT's, develop IEP's and modify learning materials.
  • Participated in the planning and opening of a new school, grades Nursery 2 through Kindergarten.
  • Nurtured a supportive learning environment that was often used as a model for other classrooms.
  • Planned and facilitated math lessons in patterning, sorting, measuring and counting.
  • Participated and helped at Honor Night, weekly reward evening for students.
  • Certified in Reading Recovery and Second Step Conflict Mediation.
  • Participated in weekly staff meetings.
  • Participate on trainings and orientations about family and the community.
  • Encouraged student's participation by providing multi-modal and interactive activities.
  • Participate on experimental methods and work techniques on a educational task and other organized tasks by the institution.
  • Provide disabled students with assistive devices, supportive technology, and assistance accessing facilities such as restrooms.

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45. Imaginative Play
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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Created an environment that is conductive to learning, socialization, imaginative play and encouraging students to become independent.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use in both learning and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Manipulate and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.

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46. Positive Relationships
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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Forged positive relationships with students and parents; communicated student achievements and needs on a continual basis with relevant stakeholders.
  • Maintain positive relationships with parents through constant communication regarding behavior, policies, and upcoming events.
  • Communicated daily with parents to build positive relationships and provided valuable take home activity extensions.
  • Communicated well with families and worked to create positive relationships that supported a home/school connection.
  • Conducted structured, district organized home visits to encourage positive relationships with families.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with both parents and students.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Worked close with parents and students to establish open lines of communication and positive relationships.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers, and school administrators.
  • Formed positive relationships with parents by keeping them informed of their child's progress.
  • Maintain strong classroom management based on positive relationships, routines, and high expectations.
  • Establish positive relationships with students, families, fellow teachers and school leadership.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with staff, children, and families.
  • Created and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Interacted daily with parents and staff to build positive relationships.
  • Build strong, positive relationships with students and parents.
  • Form positive relationships with parents and other faculty.
  • Establish positive relationships with students' families.
  • Establish positive relationships with students, parents, Co-workers and center directors.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, and staff. "

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47. Social Needs
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Here's how Social Needs is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate program for young children to meet their physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs.
  • Planned and implemented activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the program.
  • Instruct Kindergarten curriculum, creating and implementing lesson plans to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Planned and implemented activities that meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of each child.
  • Instructed 44 students per year in Math, Science, and English and maintained their academic and social needs.
  • Adapted and modified lesson plans and materials to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Generated a multitude of learning activities to meet the academic, intellectual and social needs of all students.
  • Design and develop weekly lesson plans to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Identify early signs of emotional, developmental and social needs of students and follow up with parents.
  • Differentiated instruction to accommodate the varied academic, psychological and social needs of students within the class.
  • Designed and refined the kindergarten curriculum to meet the academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Established a learning environment to meet and enhance emotional, intellectual and social needs of ALL students.
  • Scaffold instruction to ensure that each child's unique academic and social needs are accommodated.
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Designed programs and activities to meet students' academic, intellectual, and social needs.
  • Developed program to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Instruct kindergarten curriculum, which met the academic and social needs of students.
  • Develop and adapt lesson plans to meet differing abilities and social needs.

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48. Naeyc
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Here's how Naeyc is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented full-day developmentally appropriate program accredited by the NAEYC.
  • Completed and Submitted required reports, documentation as it relates to Creative Curriculum, NAEYC, and Head Start.
  • Developed strategy with lead teacher to meet National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) guidelines.
  • Follow the Connecticut Preschool Framework Curriculum and NAEYC s Code of Ethical Conduct to create lesson plans.
  • Developed and implemented weekly lesson plans for Pre-K classroom that fit the Creative Curriculum and NAEYC standards.
  • Assisted with the National Association for the education of Young Children (NAEYC) Pre-K accredited assessments.
  • Assisted director and lead teacher in a variety of classroom management duties in a NAEYC accredited center.
  • Implemented Creative Curriculum, NAEYCE standards and Head Start Standards as it pertains to classroom programs.
  • SPARK is a NAEYC accredited program that implements and uses Creative Curriculum and GOLD teaching standards.
  • Implemented NAEYC approved Literacy and Math programs, and administered state TERRA NOVA testing.
  • Earned National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation.
  • Key Contributions: Help school to get NAEYC license for the first time.
  • Design and implement curriculum that is aligned with Connecticut and NAEYC benchmarks.
  • Establish and maintain top quality care in preparation for the NAEYC Accreditation.
  • Fulfilled the duties and responsibilities for the NAEYC accreditation process.
  • Experience with the NAEYC accreditation process.
  • Follow NAEYC and DCFS standards and work with DCFS licensee.
  • Participate in on-going training for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation.
  • Worked within an Experience in a NAEYC accredited program Two Year Old Lead Teacher and Office Assistant
  • Acquired certification as NAEYC Child Development Associate Advisor.

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49. Content Areas
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Here's how Content Areas is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Motivate and inspire kindergarten learners by developing engaging lessons and activities in all content areas.
  • Developed and implemented student centered lessons in all content areas.
  • Instructed and implemented units in all content areas including literacy, math, science, social studies, and art.
  • Develop and present comprehensive lesson plans across all content areas, including Growth Mindset and Leader in Me initiatives.
  • Plan lessons, units, and curriculum calendars in all content areas using the Common Core Learning Standards.
  • Provide explicit instruction in all content areas differentiating for ESE, ELL, and multiple learning styles.
  • Planned and implemented instruction across all content areas including math, science, English.
  • Facilitated team analyses of grade level assessments of all content areas to guide instruction.
  • Guided instruction in both large and small group activities in all content areas.
  • Provided individual, small and whole group instruction in all content areas.
  • Used thematic planning to provide exposure to concepts in all content areas.
  • Create and teach lessons in all content areas for 28 students.
  • Instructed 24 students in full-day program, all content areas.
  • Created and implemented daily lesson plans for all content areas.
  • Worked persistently to achieve significant gains in all content areas.
  • Assessed students within the content areas.
  • Created and achieved SMART Goals for 2011-2012 school year Developed and taught lessons in all content areas for Kindergarten students
  • Created yearly unit plans to collaborate with Kids-R-Kids curriculum while integrating all of the content areas.
  • Planned, taught, and evaluated lessons integrating all of the state content areas.
  • Planned and developed learning centers integrating all of the content areas.

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50. DRA
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Here's how DRA is used in Kindergarten Teacher jobs:
  • Provided balanced language arts program incorporating drama, shared reading, and phonemic awareness activities.
  • Participated in physical education and drama programs.
  • Coordinated two successful fundraisers working with the local community and families for Hurricane Sandy relief and the Alzheimer's Association.
  • Assist the teacher in making chart, drawing, or any other required course material.
  • Incorporated the use of video to record dramatizations of the stories the children wrote.
  • Planned and facilitated science activities such as observational drawing and creating simple machines.
  • Field trip and fundraiser coordinator for the Kindergarten Team.
  • Drafted original lessons with a cooperative team of teachers.
  • Administered DRA and Word Analysis testing.
  • Read stories to the children and taught them painting, drawing, and crafts.
  • Trained in Everyday Math, Handwriting Without Tears, Waterford, and Talking, Drawing, Writing by Horn and Giacobbe.
  • Used writing in a variety of ways - daily journaling, centers, drama center, class and individual books.
  • Used pictures from the internet and magazines, drama, objects and manipulatives to increase vocabulary and understanding.
  • Organized Fundraisers - Parent Workshop and served as Interpreter for School Functions After School Academic Teacher grades K-8
  • Created a fundraising program to help with the purchase of additional computers and copy machines.
  • Drafted lesson plans and submitted them for review and feedback in a timely manner.
  • Utilized DRA s to test students independent, instructional and frustration reading levels.
  • Coordinated and lead a 'Polar Express' Winter Fundraiser for the school.
  • Facilitated and developed first cheerleading program at the school and organized fundraising.
  • Served on school committees and taskforces focused on curriculum development and mapping, textbook review and fundraising.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Kindergarten Teacher

Classroom Management

18.2%

Kindergarten

16.3%

Lesson Plans

12.7%

Mathematics

9.8%

Student Learning

5.6%

Language Arts

4.8%

Class Activities

4.1%

Small Groups

3.7%

Literacy

3.3%

Social Studies

3.3%

Special Needs

2.9%

Pre-Kindergarten

2.7%

Grade Level

2.2%

Phonics

2.0%

Curriculum Development

1.7%

Social Development

1.6%

Core Subjects

1.4%

State Standards

1.4%

Staff Members

1.3%

Subject Areas

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Kindergarten Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 15.6%
2 Kindergarten 13.9%
3 Lesson Plans 10.9%
4 Mathematics 8.4%
5 Student Learning 4.8%
6 Language Arts 4.1%
7 Class Activities 3.5%
8 Small Groups 3.1%
9 Literacy 2.9%
10 Social Studies 2.8%
11 Special Needs 2.5%
12 Pre-Kindergarten 2.3%
13 Grade Level 1.9%
14 Phonics 1.7%
15 Curriculum Development 1.5%
16 Social Development 1.3%
17 Core Subjects 1.2%
18 State Standards 1.2%
19 Staff Members 1.1%
20 Subject Areas 1.1%
21 Appropriate Curriculum 1.0%
22 Pre-K 0.9%
23 OLD Children 0.9%
24 Letter Recognition 0.8%
25 IEP 0.7%
26 Report Cards 0.7%
27 Daily Activities 0.6%
28 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.6%
29 Dibels 0.6%
30 ESL 0.5%
31 Clear Objectives 0.5%
32 Personal Care 0.4%
33 Instructional Materials 0.4%
34 Physical Health 0.4%
35 Recreational Activities 0.4%
36 Phone Calls 0.4%
37 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.4%
38 Phonemic Awareness 0.4%
39 Thematic Units 0.4%
40 Regular Basis 0.4%
41 Weekly Newsletter 0.4%
42 Bulletin Boards 0.3%
43 Safe Environment 0.3%
44 RTI 0.3%
45 Imaginative Play 0.3%
46 Positive Relationships 0.3%
47 Social Needs 0.3%
48 Naeyc 0.3%
49 Content Areas 0.3%
50 DRA 0.2%
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