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Top 50 Lead Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lead Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lead Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.0% of Lead Teacher resumes contained Lesson Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lead Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Lead Teacher

1. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided a quality classroom learning environment for preschoolers, customized weekly lesson plans, followed safety procedures for childcare.
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Create daily age and developmentally appropriate lesson plans which coordinate with the school's monthly themes.
  • Develop lesson plans to assist in meeting development skills and prepare children to enter into Kindergarten.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
  • Execute weekly lesson plans Responsible for care and supervision of a wide range of children
  • Adapted and implemented lesson plans to meet the needs of each of the students.
  • Managed time effectively to complete all lesson plans and related activities as assigned.
  • Planned, implemented and carried out lesson plans for the classroom.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans, activities and class set-ups.
  • Prepare class documentations, curriculum and weekly lesson plans.
  • Complete weekly lesson plans, goals, and newsletters.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans of scheduled activities.
  • Create fun and engaging lesson plans for students
  • Make lesson plans, schedule parents conferences.
  • Create engaging and creative lesson plans weekly.
  • Stay N Play Supervised children, completed lesson plans, performed instructional activities for age appropriateness.
  • Assist the lead teacher with completing the lesson plans and interaction with the Children.
  • Make lesson plans Prepare food Come up with weekly games and activities Provide a healthy, safe and welcoming environment.

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2. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged children's participation by providing interactive activities and development of children's self-control by utilizing classroom management and modeling techniques.
  • Provided professional assistance to colleagues in the areas of classroom management, community building and curriculum planning.
  • Developed and implemented new teacher training program * Mentored new teachers in instruction and classroom management
  • Facilitated homework help, classroom management skills and improved reading comprehension skills.
  • Ensured classroom management and established environment where children felt comfortable yet challenged.
  • Utilize multiple classroom management techniques aligned with Responsive Classroom techniques.
  • Developed and implemented an appropriate classroom management system.
  • Established routines and classroom management guidelines.
  • Demonstrated strong classroom management skills.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on identifying and implementing best practices for teaching methods, classroom management, and student success.
  • Used a variety of classroom management techniques to promote a safe, enriching and meaningful learning environment.
  • Used pedagogical knowledge and classroom management techniques to meet the learning and social needs of students.
  • Provided ongoing training and refinement of classroom teaching and classroom management for teachers and aides.
  • Excelled in role requiring the ability to handle a variety of classroom management skills.
  • Maintained excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Conducted circle time, classroom management, and structured in a classroom setting.
  • Plan and organize lessons and classroom management.
  • Demonstrate a variety of classroom management, skills in working with gifted learners and their families.
  • Trained new staff in developing lesson plans, and classroom management Conducted monthly fire drills with participants
  • Prepare toddlers-kindergarten lesson plans -Lead /direct lesson plans -Coordinate activates -Organize and facilitate classroom management

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3. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Conduct needs assessments and strategic learning assessments to develop the basis for curriculum development or to update curricula.
  • Assisted in planning, curriculum development, program evaluation, extra curricular activities, and personnel management.
  • Participate in curriculum development and recommend necessary changes.
  • Developed and followed curriculum development lesson plans.
  • Selected due to classroom performance for Common Core curriculum development team to re-write curriculum to be implemented network-wide.
  • Collaborated with peers on curriculum development, writing and editing updates on core subjects through 2 cycles of accreditation
  • Take part in the curriculum development of Spanish Program using the Understanding by Design method of lesson planning.
  • Assist with the training of new staff in Bright Horizons policies, procedures and curriculum development.
  • Designed and developed weekly team meeting - curriculum development, student needs, and school information.
  • Direct aspects of the scheduling and curriculum development of the site comprised of approximately 175 students.
  • Supervised the After School assistants in the curriculum development and implementation of the After School program.
  • Managed classroom assistants as well as drove curriculum development and training for the entire school.
  • Attend staff training and AYCE workshops on curriculum development and early childhood practices.
  • Assist in curriculum development for all grades within the elementary program.
  • Implement monthly curriculum development plan * Collaborate with assistant teachers to ensure team environment.
  • Participate in curriculum development and leadership trainings.
  • Served on school committees and task forces focused on curriculum development, textbook review, fundraising, and anti-bullying efforts.
  • Assisted staff with the development of IEP, ITP goals and curriculum development.
  • Supervised assistant teacher Curriculum development for both three and four year classes Co-created summer intensive educational program
  • Provided support for the English panel, including school-based curriculum development and professional development, preparing and developing learning/teaching content.

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4. Child Care
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Here's how Child Care is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Complete timely and accurate documentation and safety reporting for all child care personnel.
  • Provided child care Developed lesson plans
  • Gained responsibility for the implementation of North Carolina's ITERS and ECERS rating scale assessments for licensed 5-star child care center.
  • Adhered to all policies and procedures applicable to County, State, and Federal regulations pertaining to child care.
  • Develop and presents child care presentations at national conference (NAEYC) and to the public.
  • Maintained a highly qualified status based of Maryland Department of Child Care regulations.
  • Assisted with the supervision of staff and volunteers for child care setting.
  • Ensured all child care and classroom policies and procedures were adhered to.
  • Supervised and trained staff and students undertaking child care training programs.
  • Completed the 45-hour early child care program & received certificate.
  • Operate classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards.
  • Performed all daily functions in a child care setting.
  • Acted as lead teacher to child care assistant.
  • Provided child care at or above state guidelines.
  • Please Ask for my extended resume for further experience (6 years in child care 10 years in Customers Service )
  • Lead Teacher, Tutor Time Child Care Early Learning Center, Wyomissing, PA (June 2011-February 2015)
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards, and Employee and Policy Handbooks.
  • Managed Anne Arundel County Parks and Recreation morning and afternoon child care program.
  • Provided exceptional child care children Handled weekly payments Planned special events
  • Spring Hill, KS Child Care Provider - February 2012 to Present Daily care and cleanliness in the infant department.

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5. Pre-K
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Here's how Pre-K is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Create and implement a variety of developmentally appropriate lessons in a Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Planned daily lessons based on Buffalo Public School's Pre-Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Lead Teacher - Pre-Kindergarten and Junior Kindergarten programs
  • Worked cooperatively with a co-teacher to plan and implement curriculum for Preschool and Pre-K children using the HighScope curriculum.
  • Lead teacher in Pre-K classroom with 16 students who are transitioning to and from homelessness.
  • Arrange the learning environment to support learning content areas and utilize the Pre-K Materials.
  • Create and followed lesson plans weekly in correspondence to Big Day curriculum for Pre-K.
  • Facilitated learning conjunction with Georgia Core Content standards in State funded Pre-K program.
  • Instructed and supervised Pre-Kindergarten students (ages 4 - 5).
  • Lead Teacher for Georgia Pre-K program.
  • Lead teacher for Pre-K students.
  • Assisted and planned Pre-kindergarten graduation.
  • Designed curriculums and lesson plans and created a supportive and positive learning environment for 17 Pre-K students.
  • Create, plan and implement curriculum for a year round full day pre-kindergarten program.
  • Managed Pre-Kindergarten classroom of three year olds implementing age appropriate lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans for toddlers and pre-kindergarten children.
  • Lead teacher with preschool / pre-k
  • Created and implemented the pre-k 2 curriculum, along with planning weekly/monthly program/socialization activities.
  • Nurtured the development of 18 pre-k children through classroom curriculum and learning activities that were purposeful and had goals.
  • Moved to Oklahoma) Valley Child Care Learning Center/ Cactus Preschool I was a lead teacher for Pre-K.

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6. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Create and maintain a safe environment for learners that allows opportunities for learning, exploration, and play.
  • Created a classroom with a developmentally appropriate curriculum, safe environment for children, and strong parent relationships.
  • Supervised and taught children between ages two and four years old in a fun, safe environment.
  • Provided safe environment by maintaining orderly, clean, and appealing classroom (safety hazards).
  • Provided a stable and safe environment to encourage child growth and development.
  • Establish and maintain safe environments within the State of Texas accreditation standards.
  • Helped to ensure a clean and safe environment for children.
  • Ensured that a safe environment was provided for the children.
  • Organize a pleasant, welcoming and safe environment for children.
  • Provided children with a learning and safe environment.
  • Create a nurturing and safe environment for children.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for students.
  • Maintained a safe environment based on safety standards set by the program.
  • Prepared daily activities for the children Maintain a clean and safe environment
  • Provided age-appropriate instruction for children ages 3-5 Maintained safe environment for children Awards: Certificate for one year service August 2013
  • Maintain a Clean and safe environment plan out educational daily activities with the kids inform parents of kids progress and behavior
  • Provided children with a learning and safe environment Experience with all ages Experience with manager and office duties
  • Provide Healthy and Safe Environment for children * Lesson Planning * Annual In-Service Hours * Sanitize and Disinfect work area daily
  • Organize age appropriate activities *Knowledge of Teaching Strategies Gold *Documenting students progress *Ensuring a safe environment *Communicating with families *Interacting with students

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7. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided positive guidance that included redirecting, positive language and positive reinforcement.
  • Plan and implement experiences that promote language and literacy development.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Implemented American Sign Language at center
  • Provide children with a classroom setting that will allow them to use their social, physical, language and cognitive skills.
  • Used prior experience as Pushkin Foreign Language Institute graduate to improve lesson planning and curriculum design for foreign children in Moscow.
  • Help students learn mainly through play and interactive activities, capitalizing on children's play to further language and vocabulary development.
  • Develop and complete State Alternate Proficiency Assessment for learners in three subject areas, Math, Language Arts and Science.
  • Worked with 23 mixed age group students to help them better understand, speak, read and write the language.
  • Formulate long range plans and carries activities to stimulate growth in language, social, and motor skills.
  • Conducted Alternate Proficiency Assessment for three students in three subject areas, Math, Language Arts and Science.
  • Prepared lesson plans that included activities that would stimulate growth in language, social and motor skills.
  • Utilized appropriate language, interactions and positive discipline to enhance the children's learning.
  • Utilize appropriate language, interactions, and positive discipline.
  • Prepared and taught English language lessons to adult learners.
  • Utilize language development to improve cognitive and social skills.
  • Experienced with Java programming language.
  • Planned, organized and co-presented Professional Development to colleagues regarding best practices for teaching English Language Learners and improving student outcomes.
  • Observed/evaluated child development in accordance with state recommended developmental milestones Experience with English language learners Supervised/engaged with children ages 6 weeks-6 years
  • employed Plans individual and group activities to stimulate growth in language, social, and motor skills.

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8. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for two and three year old children to help them grow cognitively, emotionally, and physically.
  • Instruct 3 & 4 year old children in activities design to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Supervised & taught twelve 2 year old children and assisted with six after-school aged children.
  • Planned and implemented a developmentally appropriate program for three and four year old children.
  • Prepared and maintained an adapted Montessori environment for three to six year old children.
  • Led a classroom of 4 year-old children for six weeks during New Staff Training.
  • Instruct 3 year old children in activities to develop and promote skills and growth.
  • Supervised 2 and 3 year-old children in play and structured time activities.
  • Cared for three and four year old children in a preschool setting.
  • Managed classrooms that consist of 2mos to 5 year old children.
  • Use provided curriculum to teach ten, 3 year old children.
  • Care for and educate a group of 3-5 year old children.
  • Developed weekly curriculum for three - five year old children.
  • Cared for three year old children in a daycare setting.
  • Lead teacher and worked with 28 4-5 year old children.
  • Lead teacher of a 2 year old children classroom.
  • Supervised & taught ten 2 year old children.
  • Work with infants, toddlers, and with three and four year old children.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for a developmentally appropriate, and creative program for three year old children Extended enrichment program for 3/4s
  • Interacted with all ages from infant to 9 year old children -Organization skills & lesson planning -Leadership skills

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9. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared interesting lesson plans, scheduled daily activities, evaluated assignments and maintained disciplined classrooms.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Prepare daily activities, manage a classroom and aides, make lesson plans, and transitions children into higher level classrooms.
  • Carried out numerous daily activities, maintained relationship with parents, and contributed to other students and leaders in facility.
  • Lead teacher, assisting children in daily activities, and managing a classroom by myself with ages 1-2 and 2-3.
  • Provided written records of each child's daily activities, including feedings, diapering, and the daily activities.
  • Organize daily activities that will allow children to develop curiosity, initiative, problem-solving skills, and creativity.
  • Communicated with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Plan daily activities for the children and provide them with a supportive and caring environment.
  • Developed and implemented daily activities for school aged children for the summer program.
  • Documented the daily activities of the children to meet the states licenses regulations.
  • Developed daily activities for each month.
  • Organize and planned daily activities.
  • Brainstormed daily activities for children.
  • Prepared daily activities for children.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Help children with daily activities such as dressing, toile ting, eating and sleeping.
  • Instructed daily lessons Provided daily written reports on each child's daily activities.
  • Planned daily activities and field trips for multi-age children groups.
  • Vacation Bible School Directed and engaged children throughout daily activities Led children in song and skits along with other counselors Prepared food

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10. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Created mathematics curriculum and facilitated in project-community based interdisciplinary units integrating mathematics and science.
  • Assisted the Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator with scheduling and purchasing.
  • Specialized in Spelling and Mathematics.
  • Led approximately 95% of my students to meet or exceed their NWEA MAP RIT scores in Reading and Mathematics.
  • Developed curriculum and lesson plans to strengthen the concepts of science, mathematics, and language arts among students.
  • Planned weekly lesson plans that included language, mathematics, arts and crafts, music, and reading time.
  • Instructed students using the Everyday Mathematics (Chicago Math) Program, and the Open Court Reading Program.
  • Prepare lesson plans pulling up reading skills teaching mathematics and science also helping students achieve the testing scores
  • Instructed students in English/Language Arts and Mathematics according to the Tennessee State Board of Education Curriculum Standards.
  • Incorporated literacy and mathematics based centers, small group enrichment sessions, and interactive story times.
  • Instructed/prepared phonics and mathematics curriculum; Manipulated lesson plans to meet the student's needs.
  • Developed lesson material to address the following subjects: Reading, Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Created regents preparation for English language arts and mathematics for grades 9 to 12.
  • Teach K-12 students reading, writing, mathematics, and SAT/ACT prep.
  • Create curriculum emphasizing language, mathematics, fine motor and social skills.
  • Assist with curriculum mapping for Mathematics.
  • Coach students in different fields of mathematics such as algebra, geometry, middle school math, etc.
  • Awarded grants from local Education Foundation for software, TI-Nspire technology, and SmartBoards in two Mathematics classrooms.
  • Served as Mathematics Lead Teacher, a key liaison between mathematics department and school administration.
  • Provide structure and lead the direction of small Christian school Teach mathematics to students

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11. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared and executed bi-weekly individualized lesson plans for children with special needs.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, including non-English speaking students and those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Worked with children with general and special needs with learning disabilities including autism, emotionally disturbed and behavior problems.
  • Worked with special needs children, including those with learning disabilities, mental challenges and physical impairments.
  • Worked with children who when enrolled were homeless and many had special needs due to their situations.
  • Provide an inclusive classroom environment and activities for children with special needs and dual language learners.
  • Implement individualized feeding plans for children based on preferences, eating styles and special needs.
  • Created an environment where children with special needs learned to interact with typical peers.
  • Create and implement developmentally appropriate lesson plans, including children with special needs.
  • Integrated special needs children in a positive and respectful manner.
  • Trained and developed hands-on experience with special needs students.
  • Experience in caring for children with special needs.
  • Provided inclusion instruction for special needs children.
  • Nurtured and served special needs children.
  • Worked one on one and in groups with special needs children to develop fine motor skills, cognitive and sensory.
  • Work cohesively and meet with aides, counselors, therapists, advisors and parents of special needs children.
  • Organize lesson plans and lead activities LANGUAGES -responsible for every child and his or her special needs.
  • Work closely with Director Worked with special needs children (implementing special work and activities)
  • Strategized and brainstorm with parents and supervisors regarding children with challenging behaviors or special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children including Down Syndrome, Austism and Asperger's to integrate them socially into a classroom.

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12. Absent Teacher
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Here's how Absent Teacher is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Substituted for absent teachers when needed.

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13. Art Projects
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Here's how Art Projects is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Design daily educational art projects.
  • Created daily lesson plans wrote weekly newsletters, provided education entertainment through field trips, art projects and activities.
  • Provided art projects on a daily basis, encourage gross and fine motor skills and sensory exploration.
  • Created art projects, music/movement activities, large and small motor activities, potty training.
  • Implemented age specific curriculum and lesson plans specializing in art projects and science experiments.
  • Produced a picture wall with likes and dislikes and art projects the children did.
  • Implemented art projects daily, based on various artists or styles of work.
  • Prepare and carry out lesson plans, art projects and morning circles.
  • Help plan activities for children, such as storytelling or art projects.
  • Prepare worksheets and work on art projects for the children to do.
  • Conducted daily Story and Circle time, Age appropriate art projects.
  • Conduct weekly lesson plans and daily art projects.
  • Applied creative, age appropriate, art projects.
  • Perform lessons, activities, and art projects.
  • Read books and assist with art projects.
  • Created many fun and colorful art projects.
  • Implemented lesson plans and art projects for circle time to develop a stimulating learning environment..
  • Set up morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack -Prepare bulletin boards and art projects for the boards -Assist with circle time
  • Implemented daily school aged classwork Helped students with homework Facilitated field trips Led students in weekly art projects
  • Plan lessons in Math, Science, and English Planed art projects Managing Classroom Caring for the children

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14. Imaginative Play
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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided children with the ability to manipulate and explore various materials throughout daily centers to increase creativity and imaginative play.
  • Created age-appropriate, physically and mentally engaging and imaginative play activities for the children.
  • Implemented age-appropriate activities that engage children physically, mentally and encouraged imaginative play.
  • Employed various teaching methods and resources for children to explore, and apply both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources, enabling children to explore and manipulate during learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Provide variety materials ad resources for children to explore, manipulate and use both in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provide a variety of materials and resources for students to learn a second language through learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provide the materials and resources that children utilize in order to promote learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Engaged children with learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Encourage learning through imaginative play.
  • Ensured overall supervision and daily functions of classes.Engaged the children with learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Detail-oriented.Provided a variety of material and resources for learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of supplies and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use to engage imaginative play.

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15. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and facilitated workshops educating staff members on the procedures and requirements for the ACSI accreditation renewal.
  • Supervised over five staff members and provided information to parents regarding child development.
  • Provided recommendations and guidance to reporting staff members.
  • Supervised assistant teachers and volunteer staff members.
  • Coordinated and assisted with training for staff professional development and provided center based training, to all staff members.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans.
  • Managed 4 staff members to ensure all duties were completed daily.
  • Provided daily leadership and supervision for students and staff members.
  • Maintained proper classroom environment for children and fellow staff members.
  • Supervised other staff members and provided help wherever needed.
  • Assisted the center director in supervising staff members.
  • Coordinate assignment of staff members to maintain ratio.
  • Conducted orientations and training for new staff members.
  • Provided training for new staff members.
  • Recruit and supervise hired staff members.
  • Managed both teacher assistances, and other staff members.
  • Scheduled staff members for trainings and child development classes.
  • Managed 2 assistant teachers in classroom Helped organize parties and events for early childhood center Trained 8 new staff members
  • Assisted in diversity trainings for staff members Planned and implemented diverse lesson plans Lead conferences Prepared inventory documents

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16. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct ongoing issues.
  • Spearhead program development, curriculum development, and Student Learning Outcomes assessment and measurement.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Differentiated student learning with scaffolding and modeling for students at different developmental levels.
  • Continued professional development for researched based strategies ti best accommodate student learning.
  • Assessed developmental needs of children and incorporated individual student learning.
  • Recognize student learning levels and develop instructional material.
  • Organize parent-teacher congresses to maximize student learning opportunities.
  • Utilize ongoing informal and formal assessment to measure effectiveness of teaching and optimize student learning, adapting instruction when needed.
  • Documented student learning in a variety of formats: daily blog, newsletters, posters, 3-dimentional displays and books.
  • Chaperoned 12 fifth grade students during a week-long forum, completed graduate level analysis of gifted student learning
  • Collaborate daily and weekly with parents to accept and develop skills in dealing with student learning impairment
  • Coordinate and lead overnight field lessons both in and out of state to extend student learning.
  • Performed classroom administrative duties such as attendance, positive feedback and reinforcement to student learning.
  • Employed Curriculum and diversity techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Assessed student learning and adapted instruction to meet students' diverse needs.
  • Utilize a variety of learning methods to enhance the student learning experience.
  • Plan, implement and assess student learning
  • Planned, developed and administered training programs - Implemented wide range of education and training method to fit student learning habits.
  • model motivational practices to affirm student learning and Collaborate with all team members to coordinate well- cognition.

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17. Infant
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Here's how Infant is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Work as part of a team to provide care to children ranging infant-age 12 as a ministry of Highland Village Church.
  • Intern 40hrs/wk St. Davids South Austin Medical Center Helped mothers breastfeed their infants to increase the bond between mother and child.
  • Provided an age appropriate curriculum for each child's developmental needs to help them reach developmental milestones in the infant room.
  • Lead school age teacher, assistant teacher all ages including infants, assistant teacher at surrounding centers, summer camp.
  • Created an infant area, toddler area and preschool area of play within the daycare.
  • Ensured a safe and caring environment for infants ranging in age from 2-18 months old.
  • Assisted classrooms with infants & children ranging from 6 weeks to 5 yrs.
  • Implemented classroom activities for infants 6 weeks old to 2 years old.
  • Maintained control of and accounts for the whereabouts and safety of infants.
  • Assist infants with their daily tasks in learning and activities.
  • Care for infants according to state and company standards.
  • Dressed infants and toddlers and changed their diapers.
  • Promoted to Lead Teacher in the Infant room.
  • Care for infants-young adults with varying diagnoses.
  • Lead teacher for the infant classroom.
  • Experience in Infants, Two's and Three's.
  • Care for the infants in my room Supervise the staff in my room Complete USDA and curriculum paperwork Communicate with parents
  • Prepared bottles - Changed soiled pampers/hygienic care - Developed early learning activities for the infants - Planned outdoor excursions
  • Supervised infants up to 5th graders Provided lesson plans Provided a safe and educational structure Communication with parents and staff Computer skills
  • Attended Infants' every need Play with them Arts and craft Create infants profilio and kept it updated Attended staff meeting.

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Here's how Social Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Planned activities and created developmentally appropriate lesson plans that stimulated the cognitive and social development of the children.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by encouraging understanding of others and promoting positive self-concepts.
  • Developed, implemented and encouraged activities to promote their physical, mental and social development.
  • Organized activities designed to encourage mental and social development.
  • Provide guidance on children's behavior and social development as well as daily eating, toileting and sleeping
  • Planned activities in order to help build student confidence and promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Observed and evaluated every student academic performance, progress, behavior, and social development.
  • Sparked imagination of students by creating enjoyable lesson plans that helped in their social development.
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Promoted the growth and social development of students in my class.
  • Support children's emotional and social development.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts
  • Sanitize toys and play equipment.Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Conferenced with parents and administrators to support educational plan that promoted social development.
  • Develop individual family service plan (IFSPs) goals designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Guided children's behavior and social development Maintained a safe, clean, appealing environment.
  • Instructed children in activities designed to promote intellectual growth Organized activities to promote social development Established children's basic needs in development

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  • Generate age-appropriate daily lesson plan for Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Reading, and Writing subjects.
  • Created integrated units that included; science, math, literacy, social studies, environmental studies & art.
  • Designed and taught a social studies lesson on Canada (history, currency, sports and culture).
  • Helped to design curriculum in reading, writing, math, and social studies for the entire grade.
  • Teach elementary subjects, including Math, Reading and Writing, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Assisted/led non-instruction tasks including Social Studies Committee cultural night and math night for Math Committee.
  • Designed and taught reading, language arts, science and social studies lessons.
  • Developed Pre-Kindergarten curriculum for Math, Science, English, and Social Studies.
  • Designed and taught a social studies lesson on the branches of the government.
  • Develop and write content curriculum for middle and elementary school social studies.
  • Planned and delivered lessons in Language Arts, Social Studies, and Character
  • Provided inclusive education for Science, health and social studies.
  • Instruct 6th grade Social Studies and Language Arts Curriculum.
  • Plan and deliver lessons in 6th grade Language Arts, 6th and 7th grade Math, and 7th grade Social Studies.
  • Teach Bible, letters, sounds, numbers, handwriting, science and social studies.
  • Instructed Language Arts, Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Help with math, health, social studies, and science.
  • Created child-based hands-on social studies curriculum Brooklyn: Then and Now, exploring three different Brooklyn based communities.
  • Work with the lead teacher to facilitate activities in art, reading, math, science, and social studies.
  • Lead teacher of Math,Ela, Science &Social Studies.

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20. Potty Training
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Here's how Potty Training is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Assist with transitioning, daily routines, potty training, ABC's, 123's, homework, and cognitive learning.
  • Create and implement an Early Childhood program including all sensory, alphabet, hand writing, and potty training plans.
  • Dressed infants and toddlers and changed their diapers, as well as assist with potty training.
  • Enabled and accelerated student learning of colors, numbers, letters, and potty training.
  • Assisted with health care, playground activities, potty training, etc.
  • Established an individualized, consistent potty training schedule for15 each child.
  • Experienced parent with knowledge of potty training and good hygiene.
  • Changed diapers and assisted parents in potty training each child.
  • Assisted children with bathroom routine and potty training.
  • Teach and Assisted children with potty training.
  • Lifted children and trained for potty training.
  • Provide children with language, literacy awareness, and empathy skills Helped transition children from diapers to potty training
  • Educated children Cared for children (diaper changing, potty training, feeding, etc.)
  • Assisted toddlers with potty trainings, handwriting, color shape and letter recognizing.
  • Lended an extra hand to help the parent's with potty training.
  • Assisted with potty training two and three year olds.
  • Lead teacher,change diapers,feeding,potty training,assist with homework.i have worked with all ages.lesson planning
  • Planned lessons and activities on weekly basis Daily health checks Potty training/ diaper changing Performed quarterly progress reports on students
  • Care for 16mos-24mos Diaper changes/potty training Feeding Classroom upkeep Curriculum/lesson plans and all other duties as assigned.
  • Lead Teacher Lesson plans Food Preparation Potty training Portfolios Cleaning throughout the day

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21. Appropriate Activities
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Here's how Appropriate Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Plan individual and group age-appropriate activities to actively engage children and encourage social, cognitive and emotional growth.
  • Skilled in implementing developmentally appropriate activities for children of all age groups.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate activities for enrichment and learning.
  • Engaged children in developmentally appropriate activities and provided academic support.
  • Planned and implemented weekly lesson plans and developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Incorporated music and play into developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Led developmentally appropriate activities for the children.
  • Developed age-appropriate activities and programs for children [3s] to [school aged] years old.
  • Plan, schedule and implement age appropriate activities and curriculum to stimulate and educate children.
  • Job Summary: Head of classroom who plans curriculum and age appropriate activities.
  • Developed age-appropriate activities and programs for children six weeks to twelve years old.
  • Researched, developed, and planned age appropriate activities for lesson plans.
  • Share knowledge of children's developmental stages by planning age appropriate activities.
  • Plan and implement age appropriate activities for children two and three-years-old.
  • Planned age appropriate activities and logged development of the children.
  • Provide age appropriate activities for children 2-3 years old.
  • Conducted age appropriate activities throughout the day.
  • Organized age-appropriate activities for two-year-olds.
  • Assist in instructing and supervising children in classroom activities * Implement age appropriate activities.
  • Plan age appropriate activities for Kindergarten age children Daily interactions with children and parents Prep calendars for youth and parents

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22. Professional Development
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  • Facilitated several education technology professional development workshops resulting in expanded online course content and 100% math department faculty web-presence.
  • Examined individual professional development plans, coordinating school-based professional development to adhere with faculty and staff needs.
  • Participated in arrangements for my further training and professional development as a teacher as is appropriate.
  • Assisted the director in providing and translated professional developmental training into practice.
  • Collaborated on and co-facilitated monthly professional development for 20 instructors.
  • Reflect on instructional practices to meet individual professional development goals.
  • Assisted in providing a professional development training on Anti-Bias Education.
  • Attended professional development workshops relating to childcare development.
  • Facilitated and presented district wide Professional Development.
  • Designed, developed, and conducted professional development sessions in specific area of needs based on student data and teacher needs.
  • Organized and facilitated monthly teacher's meetings to promote team approach to teaching, promote professional development, and hear grievances.
  • Attended professional development days and discussed educational topics and strategies with other teachers and assistant teachers in the program.
  • Organized, developed, and lead professional development for adult learners on Response To Intervention (RTI).
  • Attend professional development, provide literacy support for first year teachers, and other duties as assigned.
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and applies the concepts to classroom and school activities.
  • Delivered professional development sessions for staff of 115.
  • Attended monthly staff meetings and obtained required training and on-going professional development.
  • Maintain accurate records, forms and files * Maintain personal professional development plan to ensure continuous quality improvement.
  • Named Team Leader from [ ] before taking on Professional Development Lead Teacher role in 2012.
  • Lead and supported staff professional development workshops and provided guidance to the Arabic-only speaking staff.

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23. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Possess certifications in all required training (CPR/First Aid, Communicable Disease, Child Abuse Prevention).
  • Worked with a team of JCPRD teachers to provide mentors and positive remodels for students.
  • Maintained training and certifications, such as CPR and First Aid.
  • Administer First Aid and CPR when necessary and required.
  • Lead school age teacher, 1:15 ratio, CPR Certified
  • Trained in first aid, CPR and Mandating reporting.
  • Received training in First Aid/CPR and Child Abuse Sensitivity.
  • Red Cross Adult & Pediatric CPR/First Aid/AED.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid.
  • Keep CPR/First Aid Certifications current.
  • Maintain First Aid/ CPR/ HIV/ Food Handlers' Permit And WA state STARS registry, annual course work and Basic Stars..
  • Collaborate with other staff about lesson planning and classroom management CPR and First Aid certified.
  • Attend classes to better my teaching skills CPR certified.
  • Achieved my CDA Certified in First Aid & CPR
  • Received Teacher's appreciation award in May 2011 Completed CPR & first aid training 20+ hours of STARS training completed
  • Received training in first aide and cpr Earned a certification for 45 hours and 9 hours for communication
  • Contributed to the center becoming NAEYC accredited Certified in CPR/First Aid, S.I.D.S, and S.B.S.
  • Followed licensed guidelines for supervision Accomplishments Associate's degree in Early childhood education Skills Used First-aid/CPR, food handlers, OSHA.
  • Completed and passed training in: First aid/CPR Fire Safety Child Abuse and neglect Developmental Assessments
  • Share your own knowledge with Assistant Teachers Accomplishments Dedication Awards Skills Used CPR/First Aide

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24. AGE Groups
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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Tailored lesson plans and extracurricular activities for individual age groups.
  • Lead teacher for multiple age groups including infant, toddler, preschool and school age over the course of employment.
  • Receive hands-on experience with small and large classes and within various age groups, educational and grade levels.
  • Job duties: working alone with the children in age groups Infant, Toddler, and Preschool.
  • Developed, reviewed and implemented monthly lesson plans for varying age groups.
  • Trained new employees on teaching techniques and curriculum for specific age groups.
  • Designed developmentally appropriate lesson plans for a variety of age groups.
  • Organized and supervised quarterly field trip for all age groups.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for different age groups.
  • Created curriculum and lesson plans for multiple age groups.
  • Planned appropriate student curriculum based on age groups.
  • Have rotated experience with multiple age groups.
  • Lead teacher with all age groups.
  • Instructed students in math, writing, and reading at all age groups Accomplishments *pre/post test score dramatically increased.
  • Created and implemented year-round curricula for three different classrooms tailored for students of three separate age groups.
  • Worked with the following age groups: Infants, toddlers/twos , threes, and preschool.
  • Plan and organize curriculum for children Care and provide for children during the day Plan and teach appropriate activities for age groups
  • Assist in every classroom as needed, all age groups) Perform routine feedings and diaper changes every two hours.
  • Planned, evaluated and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum in varied learning centers for multi-age groups, ages 3 to 5 .
  • Lead in 3 year old Room -Assisted with all Age Groups -Provided educational lesson/materials

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25. Customer Service
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  • Provided exceptional customer service to families, while maintaining client confidentiality.
  • Provided excellent customer service to parents.
  • Provided proper customer service and communication to parents for the benefit of the child's education and well-being
  • Provided excellent customer service to ensure that expectations of The Atlanta STEM Academy customers are consistently met.
  • Provide the highest level of customer service to parents, student staff and children enrolled in camps.
  • Speak with each parent to ensure all expectation are being met day-to-day, guaranteeing complete customer service.
  • Provided a professional level of customer service to the parents and their families.
  • Provided excellent customer service to 90 families 5 days a week.
  • Experience in taking payments and direct customer service with the parents.
  • Maintain and promote exceptional customer service and relations with the parents.
  • Plan lessons, manage daily schedules, and provided customer service.
  • Created new processes and systems for increasing customer service satisfaction.
  • Provide exceptional customer service to families and children we serve.
  • Reconcile problems and maintain high level of customer service.
  • Handled daily finances and bookkeeping for customer service.
  • Maintained a high level of customer service while delivering excellent communication amongst parents, teachers, and upper management.
  • Gained a lot of customer service skills, working with parents and staff.
  • Field of Interests: Data Entry, Work from home, Customer Service
  • Offered exceptional customer service to differentiate and promote the company brand.
  • Provide customer service expected in a "First Choice" organization.

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26. Parent-Teacher Conferences
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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Compiled information and prepare assessment reports for two annual parent-teacher conferences.
  • Served as a translator for teachers during parent-teacher conferences
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences and administer student assessments.
  • Prepared reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted home-visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinate and lead Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Report progress of children to parents in the form of bi-annual reports and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on their children's academic performance.
  • Helped facilitate indoor and outdoor play, parent-teacher conferences and keeping the classroom clean.
  • Lead home visits and parent-teacher conferences to build a collaborative atmosphere with the families.
  • Communicated with parents at parent-teacher conferences, and informally, for student needs.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences two times during the school year.
  • Planned and scheduled parent-teacher conferences for all students.
  • Lead parent-teacher conferences 3 times a year.
  • Report progress to parents through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Key Accomplishments: Conduct bi-yearly parent-teacher conferences and assessments to provide parents with up-to-date information regarding child progress and status.
  • Post Weekly Lesson Plans and Parent Helper Calendar Asses children's skills and conduct Parent-Teacher conferences twice a year
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences; attend staff meetings, and educational trainings.
  • Created a nurturing and engaging learning environment for 10-14 month olds Recorded milestones and developmental observations Conducted parent-teacher conferences
  • Organized and created learning centers and bulletin boards Observed and orchestrated student assessment and parent-teacher conferences Lesson Planning Key Holder Event Coordinator

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27. Communication
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  • Facilitate regular parent/guardian communication and conferences to discuss orientation, transitions, and developmental goals.
  • Devise an effective structure for parent communication and quarterly student assessments.
  • Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal communication skills with parent teacher conferences.
  • Conduct family conferences and maintain communication with families.
  • Responded to written and telephone requests for parent communication
  • Established ongoing communications with parents.
  • Cultivated strong, trusting working relationships with students and parents through mentoring and ongoing communication.
  • Enhanced oral and written communication skills due to daily progress reporting for each child.
  • Promote communication with parents through progress notes, monthly newsletters, and parent conferences.
  • Provide verbal and/or written communication to parent's daily regarding child's activities.
  • Team-Oriented, Task-driven, Communication, Conflict Resolution,
  • Maintained communication with parents at all times.
  • Allowed for smooth transitions between different activities Maintained communication with parents about their child's development
  • Modeled appropriate manners and behaviors for children (communication skills, table manners, social skills, etc.
  • Communicated with parents through enrollment, tours, newsletters, conferences and direct personal communication.
  • Managed Renweb, which allowed for further, daily communication with parents and students.
  • Guide children in learning communication and social skills as well independent life skills.
  • Prepared daily reports, weekly lesson plans and quarterly assessments Supervised and cared for everyday needs of children Parent Communication
  • Program director of in-house advertising Director of the creative communication department Non-profit marketing and advertising
  • Develop and implement weekly lesson plans Supervise children Supervise assistant teacher Maintain communication with parents through weekly newsletters

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28. Open Communication
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  • Maintained daily open communications with parents and other facility employees, maintained confidentiality and transported students.
  • Fostered collaboration among faculty, staff, and parents through open communication and student-centered dialogue.
  • Maintained a positive relationship and open communication with parents through daily sheets.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents.
  • Maintained open communication with parents in numerous forms from weekly newsletters, monthly calendars, and daily conversations.
  • Maintained open communication with each child's parent's to ensure the most educational environment.
  • Form relationships with parents that allows for open communication about a variety of topics.
  • Led classes as a dedicated caring teacher who valued open communication with the parents.
  • Maintain an open communication and respectful environment between parents, teachers, and staff.
  • Created a weekly newsletter and maintained an open communication system with parents.
  • Open communication with Co-Workers to improve the quality of learning and care.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents, co-workers and the supervisor.
  • Maintained open communication with parents regarding their children s progress and needs
  • Open communication with parents on a daily basis.
  • Keep open communication with parents.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents Report any suspected abuse or neglect to supervisor and Authorities
  • Maintained open communication with parents on their individual child's development.
  • Established and maintained a positive relationship with students, parents and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communications and support.
  • Provided lesson plans monthly, open communication with parents, computer help with internet research and typing parent letters.

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29. IEP
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  • Developed and administered effective lesson plans and assessments according to Illinois State Standards for a diversified body of students including IEP.
  • Managed and taught a classroom of 26 students on separate IEP's, 504's, modified learning programs, etc.
  • Collaborated with lead teachers to identify the strengths and weakness of students for their Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Supervised co-teacher, implemented lesson plans, observations, goals, IHP's/IEP'S benchmarks and goals for children.
  • Facilitate monthly goals with Speech Therapists, Physical Therapists, and SEIT for students with IEP's.
  • Use routine activities and experiences that achieve goals of the IEP and IFSP.
  • Worked with psychologist to complete paperwork for IEP's.
  • Create and implement IEP's for each student.
  • Assisted children with special needs reach IEP goals.
  • Initiated student Individual Evaluation Plans (IEP).
  • Conducted IEP and 504 meetings as required.
  • Identify, develop, or implement intervention strategies, tutoring plans, or individualized education plans (IEPs) for students.
  • Prepare lesson plans in accordance with individualized education plans (IEPs) and the functional abilities or needs of students.
  • Developed individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Developed all instructional plans and materials, IEPs and behavioral interventions for middle school students with severe autism.
  • Write or modify individualized education plans (IEPs) for students with intellectual or physical disabilities.
  • Tracked and monitored progress based on each child's IEP.
  • Develop individual curriculums based on IEPs, utilizing Georgia Core Curriculum standards.
  • Planned and Implemented lesson plans for 4 year olds, IEPs,
  • Prepare, implement, and lead meetings for IEPs and ETRs.

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30. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Train new Teachers/Classroom Aides/Personal Care Aide on documentation policies and procedures.
  • General classroom management and supervision, which includes the personal care, hygiene, and positive discipline of the children.
  • Record keeping, mandated reporting as well as regular maintenance, cleaning, and personal care related to childcare settings.
  • Communicate with parents on their child's progress, cognitive responses, action plans and personal care routines.
  • Administer personal cares to 14 toddlers on a 2 hour recurring schedule to maintain safety and personal hygiene.
  • Provided supervision, personal care, and education for children ranging from 6 weeks to 8 years.
  • Acted as a one-on-one advocate for resident, assisting in personal care and individual training trips.
  • Deliver instructor led curriculum and personal care to children ranging from newborn to age 10.
  • Assisted with, and helped children develop an understanding of, their personal care needs.
  • Provided personal care and managed a classroom of five or more students.
  • Assist with eating, personal care and laying down for nap.
  • Provide environmental stimulation, personal care and play.
  • Assisted education students with personal care.
  • Maintained and updated the website Held responsibility for safety, personal care, and discipline of a minimum of twenty students.
  • Plan and implement lesson plans Attend to the personal care of students Maintain classroom records
  • Teach cognitive, social, and personal care skills .
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children .Taught children personal care behaviors, including toilet training and feeding.

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31. Positive Reinforcement Method
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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized positive reinforcement methodology to promote good behavior and effectively help students achieve milestones in the area of self-care.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using age appropriate pedagogy and positive reinforcement method.
  • Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using positive reinforcement method.
  • Redirected children to encourage safe, positive behaviors and Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Use the right practice and techniques with challenging behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Use positive reinforcement method to redirect poor behavior.
  • Planned, coordinated and oversaw daily activity programs for children Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method Incorporated music and play into developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Encourage good behavior using positive reinforcement method Establishing safe play environment for children.
  • Create learning activities Promoted good behaviors by using positive reinforcement method
  • Collaborate with colleagues on developing new classroom projects and monthly themes, Promote good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Served as the lead teacher Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Use positive reinforcement methods Establish a safe play environment for the children.
  • United States Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Date Brighten Academy Preschool Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.

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32. Naeyc
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Here's how Naeyc is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Develop and implement curriculum collaboratively in accordance with state and NAEYC standards, participate in regular staff development
  • Completed NAEYC accreditation for my classroom and mentored another classroom working on accreditation.
  • Adhered to NAEYC requirements while lesson planning and ensuring that the children had a safe, clean, fun-filled learning environment.
  • Maintain records on each child and their progress and development of the purpose of planning and compliance with NAEYC criteria.
  • Created weekly lesson plans that align with NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) standards.
  • Follow NAEYC standards to the best of my ability to continue to provide the best quality program possible.
  • Followed The Whole Child Education Philosophy, NECPA standards and guidelines for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Created and completed a new NAEYC portfolio for the accreditation process.
  • Manage all DHS Regulations, State regulations, and NAEYC regulations.
  • Required to center program and plans by NAEYC standards and regulations.
  • Lead teacher in infant program at the NAEYC accredited school.
  • Prepare and implement daily lesson plans according to NAEYC standards.
  • Maintained an accredited classroom under the guidelines of NAEYC.
  • Prepared and organized NAEYC binder for the classroom.
  • Promote NAEYC Standards through the classroom.
  • Follow NAEYC'S Code of Ethics and Conduct.
  • Keep up on NAEYC standards.
  • Completed trainings to stay abreast of center policies, NAEYC standards, COR Skills, and DC Early Learning Standards.
  • Played an integral role in two NAEYC accreditations at St. Saviour's.
  • Created daily curriculum Trained new employees Communicated teaching notes daily to parents Introduced NAEYC procedures to the school

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33. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior, and procedures for maintaining order.- Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Tutor and assist children individually and in small groups in order to help them master assignments and re-enforce leaning concepts.
  • Lead small groups and total classrooms of children in a variety of activities planned in conjunction with the Director.
  • Plan daily lessons for whole class and small groups that include developmentally appropriate practices and fun educational activities.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Prepared snacks and group time, cared for small groups for outside activities and field trips.
  • Facilitated homework help and provide content-specific academic support (1-on-1 or in small groups).
  • Worked one on one with students or in small groups as needed for maximum effectiveness
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Organized small groups and planned lessons and crafts according to age.
  • Observed classroom and taught lessons one-on-one and in small groups.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Planned daily lessons for whole class and small groups.
  • Read books to the entire class and in small groups.
  • Read books to entire class or in small groups Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, and physical health.
  • Conducted small groups and individual activities to ensure all students were learning at full potential.
  • Develop and implement an educational program for small groups of children.
  • Lead small groups -Help co-lead teacher with evaluations.
  • Monitored the safety of the children Implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans Managed goal and behavioral data Coordinated with individuals and small groups

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34. Letter Recognition
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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implanted letter recognition program for curriculum.
  • Helped them to learn letter recognition, helped children to learn number recognition, science and nature with ease and interest.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Instruct students on letter recognition, phonics, phonemic awareness, reading, writing, science, and social studies.
  • Implemented a new alphabet program to assist children in learning letter recognition, sounds, formation of words and reading.
  • Teach basic skills, such as shapes, colors, numbers 1-100, letter recognition, and handwriting skills.
  • Introduced letter recognition, numbers, phonics, and awareness of nature and science to prepare students for VPK.
  • Lead circle time such as, letter recognition, phonemic awareness, counting, shape and color recognition.
  • Plan and implement activities to teach specific phonemic and letter recognition skills themed around the children s experiences.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition to prepare them for kindergarten.
  • Prepare and teach small-group reading centers in areas of oral language, reading and letter recognition.
  • Used the Zoo-phonics curriculum to teach letter recognition, as well as Handwriting Without Tears.
  • Teach letter recognition, phonics, numbers, and awareness of nature and science.
  • Program specifically for children learning phonetic letter sounds, letter recognition and letter blending.
  • Create materials and activities to teach basic colors, numbers and letter recognition.
  • Interacted with children daily to teach letter recognition and numerals.
  • Assisted with basic skills such as colors, shapes,numbers and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Developed thematic lesson plans with focus on early academic learning including letter recognition, phonics, and math concepts.
  • School Year Taught basics such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.
  • Conducted Parent/Teacher conferences Set class curriculum Examined/Evaluated students fine and gross motor skills, math, letter recognition, etc.

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35. Daily Schedule
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  • Collaborated with co-workers on daily schedule and activities.
  • Provide and implement daily schedules that included learning activities, recreational activities, meals, and rest periods.
  • Follow the daily schedule, follow the corporate policies, licensing standards and national accreditation standards.
  • Prepared lesson plans, implemented the daily schedules and activities plans and briefed lower grade employees.
  • Organized the daily schedule for the classroom to incorporate all required lesson plans and recreational activities.
  • Follow the daily schedule of the program and be consistent in all interactions with the children.
  • Provide a daily schedule that is flexible but also provides a balance of activities.
  • Develop a daily schedule that is responsive to children's individual needs and interests.
  • Arranged the classroom and materials to accommodate the daily schedule.
  • Follow my daily schedule along with the weekly lesson plan.
  • Set up classroom, daily schedule and monthly bulletin boards.
  • Coordinate assignments and provided daily schedule to each teacher.
  • Created and managed daily schedule of events and activities.
  • Follow through daily schedule and address children's needs.
  • Keep them on a daily schedule of activities.
  • Set up classroom, centers and daily schedule.
  • Planned all aspects of the daily schedule.
  • Create and carry out a daily schedule.
  • Planned daily schedule and activities and lesson plans
  • Prepare the children for the daily schedule Teach the children Make the children are well supervised

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37. Recreational Activities
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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Develop stimulating recreational activities for after school aged children to increase engagement and classroom management.
  • Planned and organized recreational activities to provide an enriching and positive environment.
  • Organized and supervised indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organized and directed recreational activities.
  • Planned a variety of educational, cultural, social and recreational activities in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment.
  • Organized and participate in recreational activities, such as reading, learning games, number bingo and matching games.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities, such as games; helped children with homework and school work.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing fun common core games and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities, such as games.
  • Observed and monitored children's play and recreational activities.
  • Plan and execute teaching and recreational activities.
  • Developed and presented curriculum and supervised pre-school children in various educational and recreational activities at day care facility.
  • Provided a safe and orderly learning environment for 20 children Conducted educational and recreational activities.
  • Created lesson plans, organized recreational activities for a class of 3 --4year olds.
  • Engaged in multiple learning and recreational activities with students Tutored students with homework Taught bible study to all students
  • Teach Vietnamese language and religious class Project management Coordinate events and programs Provide recreational activities.
  • plan, organize, coordinate recreational activities, for 4/5yr olds as well as pre-teens.

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38. Daily Observations
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  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Customized lesson plans and activities for each child after daily observations were conducted based on Pennsylvania Infant-Toddler Learning Standards.
  • Participate in daily observations to develop daily communication notes to parents/family, along with weekly portfolio entries.
  • Implement curriculum, manage daily tasks and activities, perform daily observations and necessary documentation.
  • Implemented activities and programs on a daily basis and created daily observations and documentations.
  • Ensured daily observations and individual child assessments are accurately completed and entered.
  • Recorded daily observations to bolster parent-teacher communication and lesson planning.
  • Recorded documentation through daily observations and data entry.
  • Conducted daily observations and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Record daily observations of children and complete the DRDP, an assessment tool used by the California Department of Education.
  • Record daily observations of children's behavior and insure all children have assessment and profile chart on file.
  • Maintain records regarding individual children including daily observations (meals, medications and activities).
  • Recorded daily observations of children as they are engaged in classroom activities throughout the day.
  • Maintain daily observations and attendance roster, scheduling field trips and other classroom activities.
  • Helped maintain student's records, including attendance and daily observations.
  • Planned lesson plans, daily observations and health checks.
  • Perform daily observations of children's learning and development.
  • Recorded daily observations of the children.
  • Created, followed and implemented rules and curriculum Recorded daily observations
  • Provided care to 2-2.5 year old children Assembled monthly newsletters Composed weekly lesson plans Conducted quarterly conferences Recorded daily observations

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39. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain constant and consistent contact with all parents/guardians through daily email communication, phone calls, and face to face interaction.
  • Assist in the planning and preparation of meetings, conferences and conference telephone calls Provide administrative services for the Executive Director.
  • Assisted with receiving payments, answering phone calls, fulfilling paper working, filled in front desk position when needed.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Developed and maintained parental relations through weekly newsletters, daily reports, emails and phone calls.
  • Take phone calls during the day when parents call to check in or ask any questions.
  • Encouraged parent communication through phone calls, face-to-face conversations, and a community lunch.
  • Achieve individual daily goals to include phone calls and emails as set by management.
  • Assist director with filing and taking phone calls daily.
  • Handle follow up personally with phone calls and mailer.
  • Answer phone calls and take messages as needed.
  • Corresponded daily with parents through phone calls.
  • Answered phone calls, light filing.
  • Transfer telephone calls to appropriate staff.
  • Answer phone calls when needed.
  • Have helped in the office with answering phone calls, greeting parents, answering questions and etc.
  • Assisted with phone calls and covering co-worker shifts Engaged children with games and puzzles.
  • Answer multi-line phone calls, filing, copying, and faxing.
  • Answered phone calls, light filing for childrens portfolios.
  • Develop plans/ Implement daily activities Manage and supervise classroom Observe/Interact with children/parents Maintain budgets and classroom records Manage phone calls

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40. Outdoor Activities
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  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Organized and supervised outdoor activities and recess.
  • Supervised and monitored indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Provided continuous supervision to children during indoor and outdoor activities and created and maintained safe learning and playing environments.
  • Organize age appropriate indoor and outdoor activities for the purpose of ensuring student participation in learning activities.
  • Arrange indoor and outdoor activities with space facilitating creative play, motor-skill development, and safety.
  • Implemented indoor/outdoor activities that support children's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development.
  • Implemented curriculum customized by age groups, which included reading sessions and outdoor activities.
  • Maintained a child- friendly environment by allowing frequent access to outdoor activities.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans and various indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Plan and organize field trips and outdoor activities.
  • Assisted in outdoor activities with the children.
  • Supervised outdoor activities and various field trips.
  • Supervised indoor and outdoor activities of children.
  • Led indoor and outdoor activities/games.
  • Planned and set-up outdoor activities.
  • Developed and implemented monthly indoor and outdoor activities Headed Building management
  • Conduct circle time , read books, encourage dramatic play, supervise during outdoor activities are just some basic duties.
  • Put together and implemented lesson plans for toddler age group Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Prepare lesson plans for children ages 2-4 Organize indoor/outdoor activities for various age groups Implement educational techniques to prepare children for kindergarten

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41. Bulletin Boards
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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Created functional and attractive learning environments including displays, bulletin boards, learning centers and instructional equipment.
  • Prepared monthly curriculum and study starter bulletin boards.
  • Maintained classroom facility, including weekly newsletter for parents, bulletin boards to display child artwork, and general cleanliness.
  • Organized classroom, decorated bulletin boards, changed diapers, and potty trained children ages 1-3 years.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Design bulletin boards to reflect learning activities that have been taking place in the classroom.
  • Created bulletin boards, classroom centers and hands-on activities that reinforced the lessons teaching.
  • Created lesson plans, child portfolios, bulletin boards, and daily educational activities.
  • Assisted maintaining main bulletin boards and other main displays throughout the hallways.
  • Created unique and creative bulletin boards that complemented the curriculum.
  • Created monthly bulletin boards parallel with classroom instruction.
  • Created excellent bulletin boards displaying students work.
  • Updated Bulletin Boards (Parent Information Board)
  • Plan and display monthly bulletin boards.
  • Set up displays and bulletin boards.
  • Created themed based bulletin boards.
  • Sing songs and play with musical instruments daily * Design monthly classroom bulletin boards.
  • Brown, Aaron Created various bulletin boards & displays.
  • Prepared classroom materials and maintained clean Prepared bulletin boards and display of student work Facilitated parent activities
  • Supervised children Communicated with families Assessed children Student centered bulletin boards and activities Created monthly newsletters !

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42. Montessori
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Here's how Montessori is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supported the Montessori Teaching Method by incorporating fun/enjoyable lessons into our activities.
  • Use various methods of instruction including, but not limited to, Montessori philosophy augmented by a strong experiential approach.
  • Communicate via newsletters with parents about their children s school lives every week and educate parents in Montessori philosophy.
  • Establish and maintain classroom true to the Montessori philosophy, paying particular attention to the needs of students.
  • Directed the school and led a classroom of 25 while training an assistant on Montessori principles and fundamentals.
  • Prepared classroom daily with liquid pour and dry pour and other hands on Montessori work.
  • Graduated to a lead teacher after almost 5 yrs of Montessori Experience.
  • Plan and lead educational Montessori based activities for ages 2-7 years old.
  • Promote the Montessori's vision and objectives by creating appropriate curriculum.
  • Advanced record keeping through Montessori MRX and Montessori Compass software.
  • Worked as an after-school teacher at Pleasant Ridge Montessori School.
  • Lead Teacher of Alpha Montessori school.
  • Facilitated After-school program and tutoring for Montessori early reading program.
  • Coach and mentor assistant teacher in Montessori philosophy to ensure classroom is run effectively on a day to day basis.
  • Created and led multi-age Montessori-based educational enrichment program for children ages 3 to 10.
  • Established the Montessori program for 6 to 9 year old students Managed assistant teacher
  • Helped rebrand the Montessori learning style.
  • Opened and equipped a new classroom for 20 students Supervised assistants and a Montessori pre-primary intern
  • Plan, prepare and maintain all units of study including Montessori materials, thematic units, library books, etc.
  • Perform all functions of lead teacher in a Spanish speaking Montessori Pre-school classroom.

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43. Educational Activities
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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Established daily operation procedures for childhood nutrition, emergency planning, and educational activities based on modern early childhood development practices.
  • Supported students' holistic development, including informal mentoring, arts and educational activities centered on social justice.
  • Created and oversaw educational activities and curriculum within the daycare classroom.
  • Involved students in educational activities.
  • Coordinated educational activities and curriculum, ranging from art, science, shapes, colors, language, and music.
  • Confer with parents and staff to discuss educational activities and policies, and students' behavioral or learning problems.
  • Organize daily educational activities to provide children with various experiences using art, reading, music, etc.
  • Plan and execute educational activities that will develop children s cognitive, gross and fine motor skills.
  • Keep classroom calm, help with homework, keep children engaged in positive and educational activities.
  • Organize fun and educational activities, and reading story books that increase the child's interest.
  • Work as a 2 year old teacher, helping the children engage in educational activities.
  • Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities.
  • Provide direction, leadership, and day-to-day educational activities to toddlers.
  • Develop lesson plans and other educational activities for preschool age children.
  • Created lesson plans and educational activities to meet learning objectives.
  • Planned educational activities for the children.
  • Participated and implemented age-appropriate educational activities for pre-school age children to promote cognitive, emotional, social and physical development.
  • Generated creative and educational activities to ensure that child care center curriculam were efficiently fulfilled.
  • Organized and planned educational activities for one to three year olds.
  • Implemented lesson plans for the educational activities and managed play periods.

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44. Developmental Problems
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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared children for kindergarten, planned curriculum, watched for signs of emotional developmental problems in children
  • Identified children with potential emotional and developmental problems through interaction and assessment.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in social and learning capabilities
  • Identified signs of emotional or developmental problems in students.
  • Discussed emotional or developmental problems with parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring problems to the attention of parents.
  • Identified early signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and brought them to the parents' attention.
  • Assisted children showing signs of emotional or developmental problems by discussing their behavior with their supervisor and parents.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Identified and kept records of emotional or developmental problems in the infants.
  • Observe and record Infants milestones and any developmental problems I may see.
  • Observe children to identify signs of illness or emotional or developmental problems.
  • Assist students with developmental problems in the classroom.
  • Pre-screened for signs of emotional and developmental problems and reported to parents, program director and school district.
  • Maintained daily records of children\'s individual activities and behaviors Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.

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45. Positive Relationships
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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Cultivate positive relationships with a variety of key stakeholders including administrators and educators.
  • Fostered positive relationships with families, providing thorough health education during parent meetings.
  • Assist with Parent Advisory Council meetings and maintain positive relationships with school representatives.
  • Promoted family involvement by fostering positive relationships.
  • Maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders.
  • Created curriculum that inspired learning and followed through with it while building positive relationships with the students and parents.
  • Planned activities for monthly family socials to form and maintain positive relationships between the new center and community.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, teachers, staff, and administrators.
  • Create lesson plans, care for children, and create positive relationships with parents
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Maintain positive relationships with the preschool staff, children, and parents.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships with parents, children and co-workers alike.
  • Interact and develop positive relationships with all children and parents.
  • Maintain positive relationships with staff and parents.
  • Fostered positive relationships with peers and others.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with fellow coworkers.
  • Maintain positive relationships and effective communication with other teachers, parents, and directors.
  • Educate young children away from home.Follow written lesson plans that are age appropriate for children.Build positive relationships with parent and child.

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46. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Analyze performance data to determine effectiveness of instructional systems, courses, or instructional materials.
  • Created instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs and behavior.
  • Developed instructional materials based on curriculum provided.
  • Prepare instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning to students from various states.
  • Recommended purchase of instructional materials, supplies, equipment, and visual aids designed to meet student educational needs.
  • Edit instructional materials, such as books, simulation exercises, lesson plans, instructor guides, and tests.
  • Used circle time and centers according to lesson plans and varied the instructional materials used;.
  • Prepare instructional materials and classroom displays to meet the learning objectives in lesson plans and curriculum.
  • Develop instructional materials and teaching aids to meet students' needs and their development.
  • Selected books, tools and extra instructional materials suitable for the early childhood program
  • Develop instructional materials, such as lesson plans, handouts, or examinations.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students.
  • Utilized books and instructional materials suitable for preschool children.
  • Plan and develop instructional materials and lessons.
  • Developed and used instructional materials suitable for verbal and visual instruction.
  • Authorized purchase of instructional materials and teaching aids, such as books, toys and games designed to stimulate learning.
  • Assisted in the selection of books, equipment and other instructional materials appropriate for The Early Childhood Program.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs abilities, and interests.
  • Prepared lesson plans and instructional materials for Pre-School program.

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47. New Teachers
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  • Communicate effectively and directly with administrators to improve the development of the new teachers.
  • Received Mentoring Certificate and mentored new teachers under the company mentoring program.
  • Train new teachers/staff in classroom procedures and curriculum development.
  • Mentor new teachers about AmeriSchools philosophy and curriculum.
  • Train and direct new teachers and assistants on agency policies, curriculum development, lesson planning, and developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Assisted with the hiring process for new teachers through the 18G hiring process & School Leadership Team (SLT).
  • Planned Field Trips, developed lesson plans, mentored new teachers, conducted parent meetings.
  • Trained new teachers in all subjects, helping them develop instructional and classroom management skills.
  • Collaborate with new teachers to implement behavior plans and tailor learning for students.
  • Support and offer training to new teachers in Applied Behavior Analysis best practice.
  • Differentiate curriculum for 7th grade, mentoring two new teachers to the department.
  • Provided resources to new teachers and making resources within the community available.
  • Trained and directed new teachers on day care policies and procedures.
  • Interviewed and trained new teachers and interns.
  • Train new teachers for classroom readiness.
  • Recruited and coached new teachers.
  • Created want ads for new teachers, Interviewed, trained and observed new teachers.
  • Provided Leadership across the school and Mentored New Teachers, Volunteers and Peer Partners.
  • Prepare infant lesson plans Ensure room meets state regulations, cleaning daily laundry Train new teachers on policies and procedure
  • Piloted Scanton testing program for Elementary school Trained new teachers on a regular basis Coordinated class lists for the Elementary Staff

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48. Physical Health
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Here's how Physical Health is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supported and encouraged a positive attitude toward learning, social behavior and emotional well-being as well as their physical health.
  • Organized, planned and lead activities that promoted physical, mental and social development related to their overall physical health.
  • Observe and evaluate student performance, behavior, social development and physical health and provide feedback to parents and administrators.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health through the use of DRDP Portfolio.
  • Observed and evaluated the performance, behavior, social development, and physical health of each child.
  • Assured the participant's physical health and well being were met.
  • Observed, evaluated and documented children's performance, socialdevelopment and physical health.

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49. Emotional Development
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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Incorporated the use of -Creative Curriculum for Pre-School- to enhance social/emotional development, physical development and cognitive and language development.
  • Implemented an anti-bias curriculum to encourage healthy social emotional development including the development of self-identity.
  • Provided an excellent learning experience that promoted their cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Facilitate the progress and development of academic and social-emotional development of students.
  • Provided children with learning experiences that promoted their social and emotional development.
  • Planned and implemented programs for social, intellectual and emotional development.
  • Identified and communicated emotional development, or health related challenges with guardians
  • Assist children with physical and emotional development.
  • Interacted with the children in a way which conveys respect and nurturing; supported the social and emotional development of children.
  • Assisted with social and emotional development to include: numbers, alphabet, colors and all other activities as assigned.
  • Developed lesson plans weekly to provide them with learning experiences that promoted their cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Assisted with various classroom activities designed to stimulate children's motor skills and promote cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Write lesson plans and worked with the students on topics like academics, emotional development, and interpersonal cooperation.
  • Understand the general areas of physical, social, cognitive, and emotional development for this age group.
  • Prepare children for school readiness in the areas of literacy, social/emotional development, and writing
  • Exhibit enthusiasm while working with young children concerning their cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Promote the physical, social, and emotional development.
  • Planned and provided a learning environment and experiences that promoted physical, social, intellectual, and emotional development.
  • Provide children with positive learning experiences to help promote their cognitive, social, and emotional development.
  • Experience in early education and curriculum Experience in working with behavioral youth Social and emotional development of preschool through 1st grade.

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50. Personal Habits
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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, potty training, and other self help needs.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and using the toilet.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits such as eating, hand washing, and restroom protocol.
  • Teach children in health and personal habits (eating, resting, and toilet habits).
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Keep records on children's daily actives, instruct children in health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits to promote good health and self-image.
  • Instruct children with personal habits, teaching them how to maintain good hygiene.
  • Helped children with homework, school work, good health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Assisted children with health and personal habits.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits.
  • Teach children healthy personal habits.
  • Create and execute lesson plans, by teaching personal habits such as eating, resting, and toileting.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Keep records on individual children, instruct children in health and personal habits and organiz and participate in recrecational activities.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lead Teacher

Lesson Plans

20.0%

Classroom Management

18.3%

Curriculum Development

15.4%

Child Care

12.8%

Pre-K

3.3%

Safe Environment

3.1%

Language

2.9%

OLD Children

2.9%

Daily Activities

2.5%

Mathematics

2.2%

Special Needs

2.2%

Absent Teacher

2.1%

Art Projects

1.9%

Imaginative Play

1.8%

Staff Members

1.8%

Student Learning

1.7%

Infant

1.5%

Social Development

1.4%

Social Studies

1.3%

Potty Training

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lead Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Lesson Plans 17.0%
2 Classroom Management 15.6%
3 Curriculum Development 13.1%
4 Child Care 10.9%
5 Pre-K 2.8%
6 Safe Environment 2.6%
7 Language 2.5%
8 OLD Children 2.4%
9 Daily Activities 2.1%
10 Mathematics 1.9%
11 Special Needs 1.8%
12 Absent Teacher 1.8%
13 Art Projects 1.6%
14 Imaginative Play 1.6%
15 Staff Members 1.5%
16 Student Learning 1.5%
17 Infant 1.3%
18 Social Development 1.2%
19 Social Studies 1.1%
20 Potty Training 0.9%
21 Appropriate Activities 0.9%
22 Professional Development 0.9%
23 CPR 0.8%
24 AGE Groups 0.8%
25 Customer Service 0.8%
26 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.8%
27 Communication 0.6%
28 Open Communication 0.6%
29 IEP 0.6%
30 Personal Care 0.5%
31 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.5%
32 Naeyc 0.5%
33 Small Groups 0.5%
34 Letter Recognition 0.5%
35 Daily Schedule 0.4%
36 Group Therapy Sessions 0.4%
37 Recreational Activities 0.4%
38 Daily Observations 0.4%
39 Phone Calls 0.4%
40 Outdoor Activities 0.4%
41 Bulletin Boards 0.4%
42 Montessori 0.4%
43 Educational Activities 0.4%
44 Developmental Problems 0.3%
45 Positive Relationships 0.3%
46 Instructional Materials 0.3%
47 New Teachers 0.3%
48 Physical Health 0.3%
49 Emotional Development 0.3%
50 Personal Habits 0.3%
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