Top 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, 17.5% 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.

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

1. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans for preschoolers, administered tests and evaluations, and analyzed student performance.
  • Provided a quality classroom learning environment for preschoolers, customized weekly lesson plans, followed safety procedures for childcare.
  • Created lesson plans and taught Curriculum Maintained classroom control Supervised assistant teachers and floaters Worked with special need students
  • Design and deliver age specific lesson plans and curriculum based upon classes developmental level and interests.
  • Developed and utilized weekly lesson plans for approximately 8- 18 children daily instruction.
  • Created lesson plans that were developmentally appropriate as well as individualized lesson plans.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans & maintained strong relations with parents and supervisors
  • Developed lesson plans based on Curriculum Core and Massachusetts Standards.
  • Develop lesson plans and teacher curriculum plans using Creative Curriculum.
  • Developed lesson plans and conducted parent teacher conferences.
  • Researched, planned and implemented age-appropriate lesson plans.
  • Submitted weekly lesson plans to Training Curriculum Specialist.
  • Completed Daily Lesson Plans using Scholastic Curriculum.
  • Developed appropriate curriculum and lesson plans.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans, provided assistance in preparing children for field trips, and participated in parent teacher conferences.
  • Write monthly updates and hold conferences with parents biyearly to give updates and help parents develop home lesson plans for improvement.
  • Created daily lesson plans focused on language and literacy, science and sensory, music and movement, and art.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and implemented various teaching strategies to keep the students engaged in school work after school hours.
  • Created weekly lesson plans that align with NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) standards.
  • Assessed students' abilities, prepared lesson plans and applied appropriate teaching strategies to enhance their individual developmental levels.

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2. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized classroom management skills and incorporated individualized programming for students on the Autism spectrum, with behavioral diagnosis and non-verbal students.
  • Encouraged children's participation by providing interactive activities and development of children's self-control by utilizing classroom management and modeling techniques.
  • Implemented basic ABA principles/strategies within classroom management system including: picture schedules, positive reinforcement schedule and social stories.
  • Demonstrate classroom management and discipline implementation skills while creating a positive learning environment fostering excellence and social change.
  • Mentored educators in effective instructional and classroom management strategies, resulting in improved classroom performance reduced education recidivism.
  • Provided professional assistance to colleagues in the areas of classroom management, community building and curriculum planning.
  • Organized and presented workshops aimed in helping teachers to improve classroom management reaching international standards in teaching.
  • Facilitated professional development on ESL strategies, classroom management, explicit instruction and literacy across the curriculum.
  • Established a joyful classroom environment, while maintaining high behavioral expectations with strong classroom management.
  • Facilitated best practice sessions on data-driven instruction, classroom management, differentiation, and investment.
  • Develop stimulating recreational activities for after school aged children to increase engagement and classroom management.
  • Direct student behavior using classroom management techniques, including a traditional-style, classroom-rules based approach.
  • Developed and implemented new teacher training program * Mentored new teachers in instruction and classroom management
  • Developed classroom management plans using positive reinforcement, and age level appropriate consequences when necessary.
  • Organize classroom management for individual behaviors of children-keep records of attendance and all observations.
  • Maintain classroom management and everyday life skills while encouraging proper eating and lunchroom etiquette.
  • Revamped spring curriculum and created a supplementary lesson-adaptation and classroom management guide for teachers.
  • Assisted teachers in providing consistent classroom management according to individual behavior needs and plans.
  • Utilized classroom management techniques to maintain an effective lesson and periodically conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Developed classroom management and classroom design to aid in stimulation of critical thinking.

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3. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Constructed and delivered audience-appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed weekly lessons based on Common Core and implemented age appropriate curriculum to nurture and stimulate all domains of children development.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum through daily lesson planning which promoted social, developmental and educational growth for the children.
  • Supervised the activities of the teaching assistant to insure effective and appropriate curriculum content and to monitor established safely procedures.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that reflects observations and assessments of individual children and goals jointly developed with parents/guardians.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans, prepared developmentally appropriate curriculum, Planned parent Involvement activities, identified licensing requirements internship
  • Designed and implemented appropriate curriculum and developmental lesson plans, as well as managing classroom systems and regulations.
  • Develop, implement, and coordinate developmentally appropriate curriculum using the following curriculum: Early Foundations Prekindergarten.
  • Created a faith-based age-appropriate curriculum along with the Individual/Trainer Development plans and identified training needs for implementation.
  • Implemented age appropriate curriculum for children and establish and maintain supportive relationships with children and parents.
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum that was reflective of child observations and individual goals for children.
  • Developed age appropriate curriculum weekly, implemented scheduled activities, managed time to complete schedule.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum that stimulated and accommodated to all learning styles.
  • Supported 3 classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a group of 7-14 students.
  • Develop lesson plans and implement age appropriate curriculum to maintain a safe nurturing educational environment.
  • Design and organize developmentally appropriate curriculum according to children's goals, and interest.
  • Developed and implemented developmentally and age appropriate curriculum to a class of 30 students.
  • Plan and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum, activity areas, and routines.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plan for all areas of a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Design, plan and implement age-appropriate curriculum In/Out doors within an adaptable presentation.

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4. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Completed timely and accurate documentation according to North Carolina Division of Child Care and other licensing or regulation requirements.
  • Monitored and provided an appropriate level of supervision and on-the-job training for child care assistants within area of supervision
  • Prepared and coordinated activities for children and child care providers for cooperative learning environment.
  • Complete timely and accurate documentation and safety reporting for all child care personnel.
  • Provide individualized child care for every child and active learning opportunities.
  • Comply with State Licensing Child Care regulations including completing appropriate paperwork.
  • Implemented Virginia State Child Care Regulations in accordance with institutional policies.
  • Worked with and implemented child care licensing requirements and regulations.
  • Maintained documentation and records according to child care licensing standards.
  • Communicated effectively with parents regarding child care services.
  • Maintained North Carolina child care licensing requirements.
  • Followed Coordinated Child Care and Licensing regulations.
  • 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.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum that met AZ Department of Education Early Learning Standards and National Associations of Child Care Professional standards.
  • Prepare observation reports using my skills as a child care representative that will be discussed with the parent and management.
  • Started as an Assistant, gaining experience in child care and supervision for children ages 6 months to 5 years.
  • Traveled to child cares/early childhood development centers and taught physical education classes to students ages 2 to 12 years old
  • Job responsibilities include child care, creative projects, and light administrative duties such as copying and answering phones.
  • Adhered to all policies and procedures applicable to County, State, and Federal regulations pertaining to child care.

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5. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Educated special needs students experiencing speech impediments and comprehension issues; identified and modified activities to meet individual needs.
  • Provided case management and coordinated accommodations for students with special needs in the general education population.
  • Utilized excellent conflict resolution skills with regular education and special needs children.
  • Prepared and executed bi-weekly individualized lesson plans for children with special needs.
  • Accommodated special needs children, modifying environment/curriculum for a positive learning experience.
  • Designed and modified individualized curriculum for special needs middle school students.
  • Coordinated daily activities of children including special needs children.
  • Coordinated parent/administration meetings regarding special needs of students.
  • Develop activities/strategies for special needs children.
  • Directed, coordinated and implemented Summer Education programs of six weeks for small classroom of 4-8 students with severe special needs.
  • Worked closely with numerous special needs children utilizing Applied Behavior Analyses principles to promote desired behavior as well as full inclusion.
  • Created developmentally appropriate lesson plans for a play-based learning program tailored to the special needs of individual children in each class.
  • Observed children to detect signs of illness, injury, abuse, neglect, emotional disturbance, or other special needs.
  • Lead Teacher in a split day classroom serving 18 children per session including children with special needs, and ESL students.
  • Practiced differentiated instruction that is tailored to all types of learners in the classroom, including those with special needs.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, including non-English speaking students and those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Planned lessons and activities to enhance the growth, independence and self- esteem of preschool age children with/w/o special needs.
  • Worked closely and in team settings to provide support for students with special needs and families to reach goals.
  • Worked with children with general and special needs with learning disabilities including autism, emotionally disturbed and behavior problems.
  • Led the summer camp program, 22 students aged 3 years to 10 years, including special needs children.

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6. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a fun and interactive atmosphere * Georgia Pre-K Curriculum * Provided a loving and nurturing environment
  • Cultivated and fostered safe and effective learning environment conducive for Pre-K students.
  • Render expertise in developing and implementing a standards-based curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten students.
  • Designed and implemented Curriculum Structure to meet diverse need of Pre-Kindergarten students.
  • Planned daily lessons based on Buffalo Public School's Pre-Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Plan and instruct an American curriculum to Pre-Kindergarten students.
  • Developed and implemented Pre-K curriculum in general subject areas.
  • Provide Pre-Kindergarten students with developmentally appropriate lessons and activities.
  • Created and implemented entire curriculum for Pre-K/Kindergarten classroom.
  • Assisted in creation of scope-and-sequence for Pre-Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Created weekly curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classroom.
  • Lead teacher for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classroom.
  • Lead Teacher - Pre-Kindergarten and Junior Kindergarten programs
  • Integrated Pre-K students into Kindergarten classroom.
  • Lead Teacher for LSEM ICAN Summer and School year program working with Special needs/Gen Ed students grades Pre-K through 9th grade.
  • Worked cooperatively with a co-teacher to plan and implement curriculum for Preschool and Pre-K children using the HighScope curriculum.
  • Performed all classroom and Lead Teacher duties in a Pre-K and Kindergarten setting in an Early Learning Center environment.
  • Use the Pre-Kindergarten Early Foundations curriculum to provide students with activities to encourage and promote development in all domains.
  • Worked with children on a personal level to meet their specific needs and prepare them for Pre-K and beyond.
  • Designed and implemented a Pre-Kindergarten program for children that turned 5 after the current school year had started.

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7. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised daily activities of eight children ensuring a positive learning experience in a safe environment.
  • Maintain a well organized and disciplined classroom while encouraging a relaxed and safe environment.
  • Provide a safe environment through the utilization of research-based classroom management strategies.
  • Provided a safe environment and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children
  • Maintained safe environment for children through proper supervision and safety measures.
  • Maintained a sterile and safe environment following State of Connecticut standards
  • Provide an educationally rich and safe environment for preschool-age children.
  • Promoted interaction and provided a comfortable and safe environment.
  • Maintained discipline in the facility and provided safe environment.
  • Helped co-director maintain a safe environment for children
  • Provide safe environment for exploration and creativity.
  • Provide a well-supervised safe environment.
  • Maintain safe environment for participants.
  • Managed a classroom of two year old's while maintaining an educational and safe environment in addition to created lesson plans.
  • Implemented a Responsive Classroom which focuses on creating a safe environment for self-expression, student-centered learning, and appropriate social development.
  • Plan and execute individual and group activities in a safe environment that stimulates growth in language, social and motor skills.
  • Prepared a warm and safe environment that was orderly, clean and appealing and permitted the child to grow and explore.
  • Create a caring and safe environment for the children during learning activities to improve the overall care and quality of education.
  • Ensured the needs of every child were met by providing empathetic, patient, nurturing care within a safe environment.
  • Perform everyday duties required to foster a nurturing and safe environment for children ages 6 weeks to 18 months old.

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8. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with 4-year-old children and prepared activities according to developmental stages.
  • Enhanced fine motor skills and encouraged socialization of developing three-year-old children.
  • Job responsibilities included educating and caring for 19 three-year-old children.
  • Organize a daily classroom routine for 2 year old children that includes large group, small group, and centers times.
  • Major Accomplishments: As Lead Teacher of 4 & 5 year old children, I continue to successfully enhance their lives.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for two and three year old children to help them grow cognitively, emotionally, and physically.
  • Created a monthly unit curriculum based on the abilities and needs of the 2 year old children in the class.
  • Follow curriculum to plan and teach lessons * Keep a daily routine * Supervise activities of 4 year old children
  • Created a fun, safe, engaging environment that fosters learning and sparks imagination for four year old children.
  • Planned and implemented a developmentally appropriate program for 3-4 year-old children in accordance with policies and philosophy of NAECE.
  • Lead Teacher for a class of 25-30 3-year-old children, stressing the importance of individualized attention for all students.
  • Plan and taught developmentally appropriate curriculum for a class of 3-18 month old children & 2-4 year old children.
  • Lead Teacher I taught a classroom of twelve fun-loving and energetic two and a half year old children.
  • Planned, managed, conducted, and taught age appropriate lessons to 3 and 4 year old children.
  • Facilitated playgroup of 2-3 year old children that encouraged the child to learn and develop early social skills.
  • Instruct 3 & 4 year old children in activities design to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Managed a team of three teachers while maintaining a positive and stimulating environment for 2-3 year old children.
  • Monitored education classes for 2 years old and 3-4 years old children; fostered a supportive learning environment.
  • Promoted to the lead teacher role with supervision of three to five year old children after one year.
  • Supervised 18-20 three year old children teaching values of how to play, learn and follow directions.

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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.
  • Support teachers in preparing daily activities for preschoolers and also implement literacy and mathematics activities.
  • Maintained daily records and communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Organized and implemented daily activities specifically with engaging children in physical activities.
  • Managed administrative tasks and documents associated with daily activities for classroom.
  • Conducted weekly observations and implemented daily activities based upon lesson plans.
  • Provided daily activities to children with lesson planning and other curricular activities
  • Collaborate with co-teacher to implement curriculum and complete daily activities.
  • Shared responsibility of setting up classroom for daily activities.
  • Communicated daily activities to parents both orally and written.
  • Create daily activities in accordance with curriculum objectives.
  • Planned daily activities that complimented classroom instruction.
  • Direct supervision of preschoolers during daily activities.
  • Engineer classrooms management skills into daily activities.
  • Communicated daily activities and concerns with parents.
  • Plan daily activities to meet government qualifications.
  • Provided age-appropriated daily activities for students.
  • Reported all daily activities to supervisor.
  • Managed and administered daily activities.
  • Complete documentation on daily activities/incidents.

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10. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted special staff meetings devoted to the improvement of mathematics instruction and evaluation of the mathematics program.
  • Plan and implement lesson tailored to early childhood education including reading, mathematics, and sensory/motor development.
  • Designed, wrote and implemented a Literacy and Mathematics curriculum for students of Limited English Proficiency.
  • Target students in Algebra and Statistics assisting with increasing math proficiency and improving mathematics performance.
  • Worked developing curriculum for students in various subjects: primarily social science and mathematics.
  • Created mathematics curriculum and facilitated in project-community based interdisciplinary units integrating mathematics and science.
  • Implement enrichment activities centered around science, mathematics, reading comprehension and literacy.
  • Used interactive centers to keep early education students engaged in Mathematics and Reading.
  • Developed, implemented and coordinated K-12 curriculum in music and mathematics.
  • Incorporated Stern Structural Arithmetic activities to introduce the concept of mathematics.
  • Assisted the Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator with scheduling and purchasing.
  • Tutored elementary school children in basic reading and mathematics.
  • Introduce children to Kindergarten level Mathematics and Phonics.
  • Utilized data to drive literacy and mathematics program.
  • Designed and implemented mathematics curriculum.
  • Specialized in Spelling and Mathematics.
  • Develop appropriate lessons plans each week to include mathematics, science, language arts, handwriting, computer skills and Spanish.
  • Participated in the challenging work portion of the day, mathematics, reading, and writing using the Montessori classroom materials.
  • Promoted Language Development $ Assisted literacy, mathematics, science, creative arts, social & emotional development $ Taught personal hygiene
  • Facilitated and planned lessons for small group learning opportunities in varied academic skills including mathematics, literacy, and visual arts.

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11. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Design daily educational art projects.
  • Prepared lesson plans, writing work sheets, art projects, outside activities for a class of children preparing for Kindergarten.
  • Assisted children in educational art projects, sung songs, helped them learn ABC's their names, colors, etc.
  • Provide art projects, including birthday cards, for the kids to participate in and give to the parents.
  • Planned all outdoor activities for after care program (obstacle course, games, story-telling and art projects).
  • Developed lessons plans including art projects to encourage students in exploring developmental stages and using hands on learning strategies.
  • 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.
  • Scheduled daily art projects and curriculum related centers as well as daily large and small group activities.
  • Assisted in development of new and innovative games and art projects to keep children busy and entertained.
  • Trained my assistant on how to create lesson plans, weekly reports and daily art projects.
  • Worked with co teacher to design weekly lesson plans, enrichment activities, and art projects.
  • Planed yearly kids' curriculum including lesson plans, workbooks, art projects, and materials.
  • Prepared lesson plans, art projects, and other activities for various classes throughout the school.
  • Lead teacher in charge of multiple children and preparing weekly lesson plans and art projects.
  • Create art projects based on the letter and theme being focused on for each week.
  • Collaborate with Fine Arts Teachers to create folk art projects and musical performances with students.
  • Lead students ages 5-14 in improvisational games, writing assignments, art projects and rehearsals.
  • Teach 3 year old class using storytelling, educational play, music, art projects.
  • Lead children in daily classroom activities through structured play, stories, and art projects

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12. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning other staff members, children and families or Bright Horizons management and operations.
  • Organized and facilitated workshops educating staff members on the procedures and requirements for the ACSI accreditation renewal.
  • Provided in-house training to other staff members - Develop and implement weekly curriculum - Facilitate childcare activities
  • Worked collaboratively with other staff members to plan, center-wide trips and socialization activities.
  • Worked alongside parents and staff members to ensure satisfaction and success in kindergarten preparation.
  • Supervised over five staff members and provided information to parents regarding child development.
  • Presented information to other staff members for implementation which resulted in increased scores
  • Collaborated daily with case managers and other Liability Insurance departments & staff members
  • Coach and mentor staff members and supervise paraprofessional instructional personnel.
  • Convey positive communication with parents, staff members and administration.
  • Provided recommendations and guidance to reporting staff members.
  • Communicated professionally with parents and other staff members.
  • Supervised assistant teachers and volunteer staff members.
  • Communicated daily with parents and staff members
  • Supervised intern students and staff members
  • Acted as immediate component staff supervisor for five classrooms and approximately 10-15 staff members; a member of the leadership team.
  • Managed a team of 18- 20 child care staff members for the first part of the day under my head director.
  • Work as a team with fellow staff members to ensure the best interest of every child in our program is met.
  • Managed 7 staff members -Responsible for ensuring care of 75 children -Responsible for collection of needed paperwork for children and center.
  • Completed administrative duties such as filing, served as back up for other staff members, and completed assignments as appropriate.

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13. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Drafted and distributed biweekly publication to provide updates on daily class activities.
  • Coordinate class activities volunteer hours and served as Hospitality Representative for the center
  • Prepared a variety of developmentally appropriate class activities for toddler class.
  • Devised monthly calendars detailing class activities for parents.
  • Planned age-appropriate class activities for kindergarten children.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities and conduct all activities in a safe, organized, productive manner.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans and age appropriate class activities according to the creative curriculum and conscious discipline guidelines.
  • Ensured that all class activities operated consistently and ethically within the values and mission of Children of America.
  • Engage parents through a variety of methods including class activities, P/T conferences, and home visits.
  • Organized classroom to ensure the safety of students and the optimal function of in class activities.
  • Organized and coordinated class activities on a daily basis for 50 children ages 10 and 11.
  • Provide and maintain a daily curriculum, in-class activities, outdoor activities and meal times.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities Teach proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
  • Prepare materials and classroom for class activities, Instruct students individually and in groups
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities such as crafts and holiday decorations.
  • Planned daily class activities based on curriculum and learning objectives.
  • Communicated with parents about children's progress and class activities.
  • Prepared all class activities and carrying out all activities.
  • Prepare all class activities and carryout all activities.
  • Organized, scheduled, and prepared class activities.

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14. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and implement activities designed to encourage students' physical, mental and social development through innovative comprehension activities and challenges.
  • Created a high-quality, age appropriate curriculum to successfully engage children and foster physical, emotional, cognitive and social development.
  • Documented observations and completed developmental assessments for the children; including referrals of cognitive, language, and social development.
  • Cultivated positive classroom environment that promoted learning, motivation, social development, family engagement, and positive student-teacher relationships.
  • Planned activities and created developmentally appropriate lesson plans that stimulated the cognitive and social development of the children.
  • Implement hands-on curriculum and organized and led activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Managed the educational and social development of six children with emotional or behavioral challenged diagnoses.
  • Assess students on academic and social development while maintaining academic portfolio for each individual student.
  • Led activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development using Creative Curriculum.
  • Supported children s emotional and social development through the implementation of conscious discipline.
  • Supported children emotional and social development and encouraging understanding of infants and toddlers.
  • Worked with children with developmental disabilities to provide positive emotional and social development.
  • Provided guidance on children's behavior and social development Supervised play to ensure safety
  • Established daily routine to balance academic and social development through curriculum activities.
  • Designed age supporting age appropriate material to enhance education and social development.
  • Created and implemented a curriculum for preschool students focused on social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development while teaching positive self-concepts.
  • Monitored and evaluated students, relating to scholastic and social development.
  • Created and organized activities to promote learning and social development.
  • Assisted children with social development through proper communication skills.

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15. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitate and implement daily educational/recreational activities.
  • Designed, implemented, and assessed learning exercises, physical-fitness programs and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated educational and recreational activities for children, culturally and age appropriate.
  • Planned and organized recreational activities to provide an enriching and positive environment.
  • Supervised school aged-children * Planned curriculum * Organized recreational activities and play times
  • Facilitated after-school programming such as homework help and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated recreational activities and health education services for all youth.
  • Entertained children with a variety of educational and recreational activities.
  • Assisted in coordinating all educational and recreational activities for students.
  • Researched, organized and engaged in theme appropriate recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Signed children in and conducted recreational activities.
  • Facilitated educational, development and recreational activities.
  • Planned and facilitated literacy and recreational activities.
  • Coordinated youth academic and recreational activities.
  • Organized and managed recreational activities.
  • Organized and directed recreational activities.
  • Organize recreational activities for children.
  • Provided educational and recreational activities.
  • Prepare recreational activities for children.

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16. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained and organized a safe play environment for young children while monitoring and teaching children various activities.
  • Established a safe play environment and Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Maintained a safe play environment; observed and monitored children's play activities.
  • Established a safe play environment for children ages 2 - 3 years.
  • Establish a safe play environment for children both inside and outdoors.
  • Maintain a safe play environment sanitizing toys and play equipment.
  • Established a safe play environment for children.
  • Encourage good behavior using positive reinforcement method Establishing safe play environment for children.
  • Maintained daily records of children's individual activities, behaviors, meals and naps.Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Helped establish a safe play environment for the children and continually encouraged children to be understanding and patient with others.
  • Established a safe play environment, organized, and engaged in recreation activities that encourage motor skills Sports Work History
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children.Monitored children's play activities to verify safety and wellness.
  • Maintained a safe play environment for the children such as one on one activities and outing.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Created weekly lesson plans Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Use positive reinforcement methods Establish a safe play environment for the children.
  • Lead Teacher: Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • United States Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established asafe play environment for the children.

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17. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated a positive potty training environment.
  • Assist with transitioning, daily routines, potty training, ABC's, 123's, homework, and cognitive learning.
  • Organized recreational activities, maintained cleanliness, engaged with children on an individual basis, and diaper changing and potty training.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, potty training, and other self help needs.
  • Created and followed lesson plans to include basic colors, counting, manners, social skills and assisted with potty training.
  • Followed through with lesson plans that were provided by management Potty training Upkeep of classroom, monthly decor that correlated with curriculum
  • Create and implement an Early Childhood program including all sensory, alphabet, hand writing, and potty training plans.
  • Assist in preparing food for children and serve meals and refreshments to children and regulate rest periods and potty training.
  • Helped children develop self-help and life skills (potty training, eating, writing, social skills etc.).
  • Planned lessons and crafts from the curriculum provided, met with parents, aided children with potty training, etc.
  • Prepared meals, promoted daily hygiene by attending to children personal needs potty training, diapering and hand washing.
  • Teach potty training, diapering, and general hygiene and welfare of the children while in under my supervision.
  • Led classroom activities for toddlers and preschoolers, helped lay the kids down for nap while potty training.
  • Created and implemented daily lesson plan and activities and assisted in serving meals, hygiene and potty training.
  • Communicated with the children s parents about potty training, daily activities, and overall progress in the classroom
  • Cared for children between the ages of 1-2, assisted in potty training, and implemented sanitary procedures.
  • Planned daily activities, events, lesson plans, potty training, and monthly parent bulletin board.
  • Implemented instruction to reach growth milestones such as potty training, personal hygiene and proper dress attire.
  • Design lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material as well as potty training and social skills.
  • Promoted good nutrition and hygiene habits, potty training, identifying signs of illness and discomfort.

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18. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided leadership in math curriculum development by advising school administrators and classroom teachers on best practices for specific levels.
  • Assisted in planning, curriculum development, program evaluation, extra curricular activities, and personnel management.
  • Lead-Teacher-Provided oversight over curriculum development and ensured a high standard of education is upheld in class.
  • Create age appropriate lesson plans weekly- including curriculum development, material preparation, and instruction.
  • Book ordering, department budgeting, curriculum development and implementation, data collection and analysis
  • Spearhead program development, curriculum development, and Student Learning Outcomes assessment and measurement.
  • Managed and supervised the curriculum development of cognitively stimulating programs for infants - 12.
  • Provide fellow educators with training regarding curriculum development and lesson plan utilization.
  • Participated in curriculum development aligned to district standards weekly.
  • Train new teachers/staff in classroom procedures and curriculum development.
  • Participate in curriculum development and recommend necessary changes.
  • Plan curriculum development 2011 Plan Curriculum Development.
  • Participated in curriculum development activities and workshops.
  • Train and direct new teachers and assistants on agency policies, curriculum development, lesson planning, and developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Take part in the curriculum development of Spanish Program using the Understanding by Design method of lesson planning.
  • Collaborated with peers on curriculum development, writing and editing updates on core subjects through 2 cycles of accreditation
  • Selected due to classroom performance for Common Core curriculum development team to re-write curriculum to be implemented network-wide.
  • Course planning, professional development, evaluate and track progression in children in the classroom, curriculum development
  • 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.

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19. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed weekly lesson plans, attended continuing education workshops as well as obtaining CPR/First Aid certification.
  • Maintained CPR certification and participated in 15 hours of continuing education annually.
  • Maintained all necessary EEC certification requirements - professional development, CPR/First Aid
  • Received CPR/First aid training and CDA certification required for position
  • Required CPR certification and ongoing continuing education.
  • Can administer first aid and CPR or other appropriate emergency procedures in the event of a serious student accident or emergency.
  • Attend monthly meetings and continuing education classes that also include CPR, first aid, SIDS and SBS prevention training courses.
  • Completed training courses mandated by Texas state regulations (CPR, child development, classroom guidance, etc.)
  • Attend classes and workshops to become more knowledgeable as an Early Child Care Provider.OTHER ABILITIESCPR and First Aid certified
  • Be aware of surroundings, know all safe exit points and actively stay current on all CPR produces.
  • Certified in First Aid/CPR, has a Teacher's Permit, and up to date with my vaccinations.
  • Possess certifications in all required training (CPR/First Aid, Communicable Disease, Child Abuse Prevention).
  • Completed 12 clock hours/year as well as CPR certification, first aid, and health and safety/annually.
  • Maintained CPR/First Aid/MAT and 96 hours of annual training for 2010 year to include college classes.
  • Participated on several training courses including First Aid and CPR, Abuse, and Safety procedures.
  • Maintain required yearly training of 32 hours as well as CPR and first aid certification.
  • Worked with a team of JCPRD teachers to provide mentors and positive remodels for students.
  • Triple P (Positive, Parent, Program) Accreditation/ CPR Certified/ First Aid Certified/.
  • Maintain current training on first aid, CPR, IEP, current training workshops.
  • Completed training: pediatric first aid, CPR; including an online care course.

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20. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Substituted in other classrooms as needed resulting in additional experience supervising various student age groups.
  • Skilled in implementing developmentally appropriate activities for children of all age groups.
  • Collaborated on development and implementation of curriculum for various age groups.
  • Tailored lesson plans and extracurricular activities for individual age groups.
  • Supervised indoor/outdoor physical activities of children from various age groups.
  • Lead teacher for multiple age groups including infant, toddler, preschool and school age over the course of employment.
  • Served as the main teacher for a specific subject, creating age appropriate lessons for children in varying age groups.
  • Started as an assistant teacher rotation in all age groups and ended and the Lead teacher for the Pre-K classroom.
  • Work directly with the students in different age groups (toddler, preschool, Pre-K, school age).
  • Oversee daily activities Accomplishments I have experience with all age groups, I have eight years experience in childcare.
  • Perpetuate a safe and fun environment that was conductive to proper stimulation for all age groups and learning styles.
  • Work with all age groups Assist children with everyday activity (potty, coloring, learning, etc.)
  • Train new employees to ensure proper knowledge of licensing laws for each classroom and age groups are met.
  • Receive hands-on experience with small and large classes and within various age groups, educational and grade levels.
  • Worked with various age groups and am flexible to do whatever is needed of me in that area.
  • Job duties: working alone with the children in age groups Infant, Toddler, and Preschool.
  • Trained employees on the profession of teaching and the best way to interact with different age groups.
  • Have worked with all age groups from infant up to Pre-Kindergarten and specifically Pre-Tots from 12-24 months.
  • Managed an infant nursery as well as filled in for teachers in other age groups when necessary.
  • Produce a curriculum and activities that is age appropriate for the certain age groups and lesson plans.

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21. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Enhanced customer service standards that improved parent/teacher relationships, communication, and provided the necessary resources to support children's development.
  • Developed curriculum, educated children, transported students, operated daily learning center, and provided excellent customer service.
  • Developed strong skills in incorporating a quality center, meeting financial requirements, and delivering great customer service.
  • Execute high-level customer service and satisfaction to entice enrollment, minimize attrition, and encourage referrals.
  • Provided excellent customer service to all potential and existing parents via telephone or inside the facility
  • Utilized strong customer service skills to maintain cooperative working relationships with families and coworkers.
  • Provided customer service and positive feedback through parent/ teacher interaction and community involvement.
  • Delivered exceptional customer service skills and established rapport with families and staff.
  • Assisted with customer service in explaining services provided for inventory control.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to families, while maintaining client confidentiality.
  • Provide exemplary customer service through friendly disposition and effective communication.
  • Provide professionalism and excellent customer service continuously for customers/ parents.
  • Provided excellent customer service to existing and prospecting clients.
  • Provided excellent customer service to current and prospective families.
  • Provided customer service to parents and ensured parent satisfaction.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service to children and families.
  • Provide exemplary customer service and daily reports.
  • Provided customer service to parents/guardians.
  • Act as coordinator of designated area and ensure high level of customer service for families, team members and visitors.
  • Provided excellent, enthusiastic customer service for the parents of the children, for the children, and for management.

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22. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Observed and participated in parent-teacher conferences and contributed feedback in course material selection, department objectives and institution direction.
  • Scheduled and conducted parent-teacher conferences and monthly committee meetings to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Conducted and lead parent-teacher conferences and prepared semiannual progress reports reflecting social, emotional and academic growth.
  • Build rapport with families through everyday interactions as well as quarterly parent-teacher conferences and weekly newsletters.
  • Ensured that Needs and Service Conferences and Developmental Parent-Teacher Conferences are conducted at regularly scheduled times.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, school fundraisers and overall supervision of Preschool Teacher s Assistant.
  • Evaluated student's developmental progress and present findings and observations to parents during Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Complete student assessments using classroom observations and participate in parent-teacher conferences with the Center Director.
  • Communicated with parents to acknowledge superior work and areas of concern through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Created lesson plans, instructional activities, homework exercises, and organized parent-teacher conferences.
  • Teach all academic subjects Create lesson plans Assess students Create monthly calendars Parent-Teacher conferences
  • Arranged parent-teacher conferences; communicated effectively with parents about their child's development.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences two times annually utilizing Creative Curriculum Child Assessment Portfolios.
  • Coordinated and documented parent-teacher conferences, and ensured retention of documentation.
  • Facilitated quarterly Parent-Teacher conferences and actively participated in internal staff meetings.
  • Promoted active parent involvement and completed parent-teacher conferences and home visits.
  • Compiled information and prepare assessment reports for two annual parent-teacher conferences.
  • Interacted with parents in family events and individually during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences in order to foster a collaborative educational relationship.
  • Strengthen parent-teacher and parent-child communications by holding regular parent-teacher conferences.

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23. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained daily open communications with parents and other facility employees, maintained confidentiality and transported students.
  • Maintained ongoing, open communication with parents and provided a classroom environment that encouraged parent participation.
  • Established relationships of open communication among parents through daily interaction, monthly overviews, & conferences.
  • Established and maintained open communication and used effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
  • Foster meaningful relationships through positive open communication with parents and meaningful and respectful relationships with peers.
  • Fostered collaboration among faculty, staff, and parents through open communication and student-centered dialogue.
  • Prepare developmental progress reports as needed and maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Provide input for bi-annual assessment of children development, maintain open communication with parents.
  • Maintain open communication with parents regarding children's activities, behavior, and development
  • Produce weekly parent newsletters and hold frequent parent conferences to encourage open communication.
  • Maintained high levels of our families satisfaction through open communication and dedication.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents regarding daily activities while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Maintained open communication with parents through parent communication books and weekly newsletters.
  • Maintained a positive relationship and open communication with parents through daily sheets.
  • Developed open communication with families about student's overall achievement and well-being.
  • Maintained ongoing, open communication with parents/caregivers by emailing weekly newsletters.
  • Developed open communication skills by interacting with parents and staff members.
  • Maintain open communication with parents by scheduling and conducting parent/teacher conferences.
  • Establish a trustworthy relationship with clients to ensure open communication.
  • Worked closely with parents and encourage open communication and mutual cooperation

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24. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and administered comprehensive educational curriculum and conducted education assessments, evaluations and individual education plans (IEP).
  • Developed, implemented, and updated IEP's and other educational/developmental goals.
  • Collaborated with special education coordinator to develop IEP for students.
  • Supervised and facilitated IEP development and implementation.
  • Developed and administered effective lesson plans and assessments according to Illinois State Standards for a diversified body of students including IEP.
  • Facilitate Parent - Teacher Conferences, home visits, IEP meetings, and other services that are necessary for each child.
  • Collaborated with Head Start children, special needs children; therapists to meet IEP goals, home visits and Parent Conferences.
  • Lead teacher and coordinator to ensure that all IEP's are written according to State Standards and are delivered with fidelity.
  • Collaborate with Special Education resource teacher to meet IEP goals and to develop individual behavior plans for students with special needs.
  • Developed lesson plans based on each child's individual needs, IEP's and the assessments of the Speech Pathologists.
  • Attended local public school meetings and Head Start Special Education meetings to help create and update IEP'S for students.
  • Track and observe children's progress on their educational goals/ IEP plans and recorded in The Creative Curriculum Gold system.
  • Collaborated with lead teachers to identify the strengths and weakness of students for their Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Developed IEP plans; Conducted Admission Assessments, as well as parent/teacher visits, tours, and parent/student orientation.
  • Lead Individualized Education Programs (IEP's), regarding students' medical needs, and established academic goals.
  • Provided special care for three children with an Individualized Education Program (IEP), and attended IEP meetings.
  • Develop written IEP, and make appropriate referrals based upon assessments, team planning sessions, CDT, etc.
  • Facilitated the lead teacher in implementing and executing all classroom activities and Individualized Education Plans (IEP's).
  • Conducted educational evaluations for internal child study team; attended district IEP meetings as liaison for the program.
  • Developed IEPS, annual goals, behavioral objectives, assessed development, functioning and learning skills of students.

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25. 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.
  • Record keeping, mandated reporting as well as regular maintenance, cleaning, and personal care related to childcare settings.
  • Administer personal cares to 14 toddlers on a 2 hour recurring schedule to maintain safety and personal hygiene.
  • Communicate with parents on their child's progress, cognitive responses, action plans and personal care routines.
  • 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 .

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26. 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.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using age appropriate pedagogy and positive reinforcement method.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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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27. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Contributed to becoming NAEYC accredited by assisting in execution of aggressive classroom action plans proving center competency for national recognition.
  • Conduct activities by encouraging social, emotional, physical and cognitive development according to NAEYC standards and Military regulations.
  • Implemented strategies to fulfill NAEYC re-accreditation criteria and followed through for the entirety of the re-accreditation process.
  • Compiled comprehensive classroom portfolio demonstrating standards of excellence in preschool curriculum to successfully obtain NAEYC accreditation.
  • Accumulate documentation for NAEYC Accreditation and provide assistance to colleagues throughout the accreditation process.
  • Conducted staff performance evaluations and directly supervised 15 staff.-Facilitated a successful NAEYC accreditation process.-
  • Followed all state regulations and NAEYC accreditation guidelines to ensure safety and quality.
  • Completed NAEYC accreditation for my classroom and mentored another classroom working on accreditation.
  • Created and maintained national accreditation portfolio, to sustain five-star NAEYC certification.
  • Coordinated development and revision of a portfolio in preparation for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Participated in the NAEYC accreditation process at an established accredited center.
  • Developed and implemented NAEYC Accreditation portfolio for Infant/Toddler re-accreditation.
  • Planned NAEYC approved creative curriculum for Kindergarten readiness program.
  • Adhered to NAEYC guidelines and developmentally appropriate practices.
  • Prepared and developed curriculum for NAEYC certification.
  • Follow NAEYC National Accreditation and Licensing procedures.
  • Prepared classroom portfolio for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Assisted in successfully obtaining NAEYC accreditation.
  • Prepared and Facilitated NAEYC accreditation portfolios.
  • Understand the Preschool's policies and procedures as well as state regulations and the NAEYC ethical conduct and statement of commitment.

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28. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Create competency-based curriculum for elementary level reading, written expression and social studies through a variety of formats of differentiated instruction.
  • Facilitated Social Studies curriculum faculty meetings to assess school wide implementation of developed strategies.
  • Incorporated science and social studies components into Jr. Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Generate age-appropriate daily lesson plan for Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Reading, and Writing subjects.
  • Synthesized and apply Common Core Reading/Language Arts and Social Studies for grades 4-5, providing differentiated instruction based on student needs.
  • Team taught subjects with units created for literature, art, music, physical education, science, and social studies.
  • Followed an approved curriculum to develop both academic and social skills in their students in subjects like reading and social studies.
  • Developed curriculum for reading, math, social studies, and science, presented assessment instruments, managed associate teacher.
  • Used centers for math, science, social studies, health, and writing to complement the child-based hands-on curriculum.
  • Developed and implemented theme centered lessons which integrate music, art, science, social studies and gross motor activities.
  • Developed and delivered unit and lesson plans for fifth grade reading, math, science, and social studies classes.
  • Developed curriculum unit that integrated language arts, social studies, and science to raise the levels of student motivation.
  • Encourage a sense of curiosity and a thorough understanding of subjects that encompass math, phonemic awareness and social studies.
  • Focused on ensuring that students learned social skills, science, arts and humanities, practical living and social studies.
  • Developed all curriculum and participated in instruction, including Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies and Religion.
  • Developed school-wide and grade-level specific curricula in Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Health.
  • Created integrated units that included; science, math, literacy, social studies, environmental studies & art.
  • Provided supplemental tutoring to students as needed, with topics including Math, English, Social Studies and Geography.
  • Designed and executed curriculum for K5 children that included literacy and math concepts, basic science and social studies.
  • Conducted large group lessons in science, social studies, and math based lesson according to state standards.

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29. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Lead activities and supervise large and small groups of children at all times, according to the Community Care Licensing guidelines.
  • Engage student to make small groups to help those master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers at school.
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior, and procedures for maintaining order.- Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Assisted students in developing self esteem and confidence by working in small groups, giving compliments and using works of encouragement.
  • Oversee organizing of parent volunteers, documenting the growth report and behavioral reports of the children in my small groups.
  • Open and close* Building relationships with children and parents* Clean and sanitized* Worked with toddlers in small groups with potty training
  • Tutor and assist children individually and in small groups in order to help them master assignments and re-enforce leaning concepts.
  • Plan and implement whole class, small groups, and one-on-one instruction for children ranging in ages from 0-3 years.
  • Tutor and assist students individually or in small groups in order to help master assignments and to reinforce learning 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.
  • Work with individual and small groups of students to teaching shapes, colors, alphabet, and numbers.
  • Worked individually with students of all ages as well as in small groups of up to seven children.
  • Incorporated small groups daily to build children's skills in listening, speaking and learning age appropriate academics.
  • Organized large and small groups of children in cognitive and physical activities to promote growth and development.
  • Work with individual students or small groups to reinforce learning material or skills introduced by the teacher.
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities and reads books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Prepared snacks and group time, cared for small groups for outside activities and field trips.
  • Differentiated instruction using center and small groups to reach children of various ages and developmental levels.
  • Create and teach data responsive weekly Guided Reading lessons for six small groups of five students.

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30. 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.
  • Implemented a new alphabet program to assist children in learning letter recognition, sounds, formation of words and reading.
  • Instruct students on letter recognition, phonics, phonemic awareness, reading, writing, science, and social studies.
  • Introduced letter recognition, numbers, phonics, and awareness of nature and science to prepare students for VPK.
  • Teach basic skills, such as shapes, colors, numbers 1-100, letter recognition, and handwriting skills.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition to prepare them for kindergarten.
  • Plan and implement activities to teach specific phonemic and letter recognition skills themed around the children s experiences.
  • Lead circle time such as, letter recognition, phonemic awareness, counting, shape and color recognition.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Teach basic skills,such as color,shape,number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Teach VPK, Abeka & Creative Curriculum, lesson plans, circle time, readingWriting, letter recognition, sounds.
  • Conducted Parent/Teacher conferences Set class curriculum Examined/Evaluated students fine and gross motor skills, math, letter recognition, etc.

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31. 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.
  • Implemented age-appropriate activities that engage children physically, mentally and encouraged imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources, enabling children to explore and manipulate during learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Employed various teaching methods and resources for children to explore, and apply both in 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.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources both in learning activities and in 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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32. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Completed lesson plans, Nutritional menus, and daily scheduled activities towards maintaining an effective learning environment.
  • Prepared, arranged and maintained indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedules.
  • Ensured operational effectiveness through management of two assistant teachers and development of a daily schedule.
  • Lead overall classroom direction and daily schedule while maintaining a positive and energetic atmosphere.
  • Reviewed and implemented daily schedules/activity plans and briefed lower graded employees as appropriate.
  • Implemented lesson plans and a daily schedule based on prescribed educational focused curriculum.
  • Evaluate appropriateness and effectiveness of activities and routines within the daily schedule.
  • Provided daily schedule for preschool children and created curriculum-guided learning activities.
  • Facilitated daily schedules for classroom to provide consistency in classroom setting.
  • Designed and implemented daily schedule and monthly activity plan.
  • Collaborated with co-workers on daily schedule and activities.
  • Complete detailed Special Education Teachers/ Paraprofessionals Daily Schedules.
  • Organized complete daily schedules and developed routines.
  • Assisted and implemented daily scheduled activities.
  • Prepared daily schedule for classroom curriculum.
  • Supervised students and staff during daily schedule of indoor / outdoor activities, on field trips, outings and special events.
  • Implement the High Scope Approach/ Creative Curriculum, followed a structured classroom daily schedule/ routine for the children of preschool age.
  • Design the classroom arrangement, label materials, determine the daily schedule, design bulletin boards, and display children work.
  • Open and close the Center as needed, help create daily schedule for staff, conduct tours for prospective families.
  • Take care of toddlers, clean and sanitize, organize daily age appropriate activities and follow a daily schedule.

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33. Basic Needs

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Here's how Basic Needs is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Attend to children's basic needs, as well as establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order.
  • Provide for basic needs of students as well as creative and developmentally appropriate activities to engage students' interest.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and assisting with their toileting routine.
  • Create age appropriate lesson plans and activities-Create a healthy learning environment-Care for children's basic needs while in the classroom
  • Attend to all of children's basic needs, such as feeding, changing, and toilet training.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and expressing emotional support.
  • Take care of their basic needs such as food and diapering as well as love and pampering.
  • Provide for the social-emotional needs along with the basic needs of the children in the class.
  • Supported infants in their basic needs such as: diapering, feeding, crawling and walking.
  • Worked with infants; provided basic needs as well as aided in early learning development.
  • Provided for basic needs including first aid, emotional support and guidance, parental figure.
  • Attend to basic needs of children - Feeding, clothing, and diapering, etc.
  • Maintained the basic needs of children and create lesson plans that promoted learning through play.
  • Lead two year old class through implementing lesson plans and performing basic needs of children.
  • Attended to children's basic needs by feeding, changing them and helping as needed.
  • Attend to children's basic needs (Feeding, dressing, diaper changing).
  • Provide nurturing care and basic needs for children two to three years of age.
  • Attend to the basic needs of the children such as dressing and hygiene.
  • Attend to children's basic needs of feeding, toileting and dressing.
  • Provide basic needs for infants, feeding, diapering, etc.

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34. Daily Observations

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Here's how Daily Observations is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Documented 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.
  • Recorded daily observations of children's behavior and activities; monitors behavioral patterns and develops assessments and profiles.
  • Conducted and recorded daily observations and evaluations of children's developmental, physical, and emotional progress.
  • Participate in daily observations to develop daily communication notes to parents/family, along with weekly portfolio entries.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information of others and positive self-concepts.
  • 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.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities.
  • Document injury/illness reports, incident reports, daily observations and skill inventory forms.
  • Ensured daily observations and individual child assessments are accurately completed and entered.
  • Perform student evaluations including individual profiles in support of required daily observations.
  • Maintained progress notes & made daily observations evaluating behavior & development.
  • 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.
  • Completed Daily Observations\Performed and completed assessment screenings.
  • Created daily observations on individual children.
  • 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.

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35. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated home-school communication through parent-teacher conferences, phone calls, and written communications.
  • Answered/screened phone calls as appropriate within customer service guidelines.
  • Assisted with office tasks, such as answering daily phone calls, communicate with guests, and operate basic office machinery.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via newsletters, daily or weekly progress reports, phone calls, and email.
  • Assist in the planning and preparation of meetings, conferences and conference telephone calls Provide administrative services for the Executive Director.
  • Maintain constant and consistent contact with all parents/guardians through daily email communication, phone calls, and face to face interaction.
  • Maintained constant contact with parents via emails, phone calls, and letters home regarding children's progress and behaviors.
  • Placed and answered phone calls from parents and other personnel from within Voices of Faith to complete duties as assigned.
  • Communicated with parents through conferences, daily lessons plans, letters, emails, progress reports, and phone calls.
  • Assisted with receiving payments, answering phone calls, fulfilling paper working, filled in front desk position when needed.
  • Facilitated parent partnerships through emails, phone calls, newsletters, semi- annual parent conferences, tours and intake meetings.
  • Worked on curriculum Made sure the children had a fun, clean learning environment Talked with parents Answered phone calls
  • Handled front desk such as answering phone calls, payments, and informing current and perspective parents with information.
  • Take care of children, communicate with parents, answer phone calls, stayed current with certification courses.
  • Host conferences, make phone calls, communicate openly with parents and encourage parental involvement in the classroom.
  • Designed lesson plans for all ages, customer service, answering questions from families, inquire phone calls.
  • Communicate with parents to include phone calls, emails, and in person parent/teacher conferences twice a year.
  • Communicate with parents on a daily basis through classroom planners, telephone calls, or personal conferences.
  • Participated in teacher/parent communication through conferences, newsletters, progress reports, emails, and phone calls.
  • Communicated daily with parents through meetings, phone calls, newsletters, progress reports, and email.

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36. 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.
  • Maintained and updated classroom bulletin boards and assisted the other teachers in overall classroom environment maintenance.
  • Created print media presentations including bulletin boards and handouts for enhanced learning environment.
  • Maintained family information board and other classroom bulletin boards.
  • Prepared monthly curriculum and study starter bulletin boards.
  • Maintain classroom appearance and bulletin boards
  • Create seasonal/theme related bulletin boards.
  • Implemented the daily program, created bulletin boards, and attended local in-service workshops, regular staff planning and evaluation meetings.
  • Recommended purchase of material, equipment and furnishings for classroom and outdoor play area, set up displays and bulletin boards.
  • Designed bulletin boards to display students' art work and interpretation of the different themes incorporated into the lesson plan.
  • Created an effective and inviting environment for learning through functional and attractive displays, bulletin boards, and learning stations.
  • Maintained classroom facility, including weekly newsletter for parents, bulletin boards to display child artwork, and general cleanliness.
  • Educate parents on the importance of early childhood education through parent conferences, Newsletters and bulletin boards.
  • Organized classroom, decorated bulletin boards, changed diapers, and potty trained children ages 1-3 years.
  • Created stimulating environments for the children through artwork, bulletin boards, and arrangement of classroom.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans, weekly bulletin boards, and monthly calendars for parents and supervisors.
  • Manage the display features of the classroom such as a bulletin boards and art displayed.
  • Bulletin boards done each month and each month was a contest for the best boards.
  • Design bulletin boards to reflect learning activities that have been taking place in the classroom.
  • Work on bulletin boards to displays their work and fun stuff for each month.

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37. Montessori

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Here's how Montessori is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented Montessori curriculum * Effectively communicated with parents and members of community * Educated adults about Montessori philosophy
  • Implemented a behavior system that reinforced Conscious Discipline and Montessori ideals and aided in classroom normalization.
  • Guided children through activities that were socially and emotionally appropriate in a Montessori setting.
  • Maintain a neat, well organized, and attractive prepared environment consistent with Montessori pedagogy
  • Prepared and implemented individualized lesson plans for each child following a Montessori curriculum.
  • Conducted parent teacher conferences and parent learning seminars related to Montessori techniques.
  • Collaborated on international program to introduce Montessori to schools in other countries.
  • Supported the Montessori Teaching Method by incorporating fun/enjoyable lessons into our activities.
  • Guided assistants and trainees in understanding and maintaining a traditional Montessori classroom.
  • Develop and nurture children by planning and implementing a Montessori curriculum.
  • Encourage students' participate by providing developmentally appropriate Montessori lessons.
  • Trained an assistant in Montessori pedagogy and positive discipline techniques.
  • Facilitate childhood development by instilling the teachings of Maria Montessori.
  • Prepared the instructional Montessori teaching materials for the primary students.
  • Attend Montessori professional development training, gained skills in parent communication
  • Set up conferences and educate parents in Montessori philosophy.
  • Provided a quality Montessori education at the primary level.
  • Encourage children to work independently during Montessori Time.
  • Prepared monthly Spanish and English Immersion Montessori curriculum.
  • Lead Teacher for Montessori kindergarten and primary levels.

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38. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented individualized educational activities.
  • 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.
  • Plan, develop and instituted educational activities that promote quality teaching in accordance with Florida State teaching standards.
  • Developed daily activities for before and after school care programming, facilitated physical and educational activities.
  • Developed individualized child development plans and generated lesson plans and other educational activities for classroom settings.
  • Design and implement different educational activities to foster both physical and mental development among the children.
  • Implemented educational activities that coincided with curriculum Involved students in creative arts and movement activities.
  • Organized educational activities for the school and assisted lead teacher in grouping educational activity materials.
  • Plan and implement daily educational activities for preschool-aged children, Administer required education assessments.
  • Work closely with one co-teacher to imagine and realize educational activities with limited resources.
  • Provided meals and assisted with educational activities as well as assisting parents with applications.
  • Designed age appropriate curriculum and lessons plans to combine recreational and educational activities.
  • Create educational activities integrating technology as a learning tool in the curriculum.
  • Monitored teaching staff and evaluated educational activities provided to the children.
  • Coordinated educational activities focusing on age-appropriate skills tailored to individual needs.
  • Created and oversaw educational activities and curriculum within the daycare classroom.
  • Provided children with creative educational activities based on standardized curriculum.
  • Provided educational activities in a caring and positive formal environment.
  • Organized and administered educational activities for after school programs.

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39. 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 signs of emotional and developmental problems in social and learning capabilities
  • Identified signs of emotional or developmental problems in students.
  • Identified signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Identified early signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and brought them to the parents' attention.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment 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.
  • 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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40. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged positive relationships between facility staff and families by answering questions, encouraging communication and offering support.
  • Developed positive relationships with each student and encouraged the development of self-esteem and self-discipline.
  • Fostered positive relationships with families, providing thorough health education during parent meetings.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with a variety of key stakeholders including administrators and educators.
  • Assist with Parent Advisory Council meetings and maintain positive relationships with school representatives.
  • Used equipment/materials to promote physical development, positive self-esteem and positive relationships.
  • Develop positive relationships with parents while guiding their children's educational development.
  • Created a synergistic learning environment by developing positive relationships with parents.
  • Establish and maintain professional and positive relationships with parents and caregivers.
  • Promote positive relationships with parents and colleagues through effective communication.
  • Maintained communication and developed positive relationships with children's parents.
  • Cultivated and maintained positive relationships with parents and school leadership.
  • Utilized positive classroom management techniques and maintained positive relationships with families
  • Communicated effectively with parents daily and maintained positive relationships.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with parents and coworkers.
  • Maintain positive relationships and continuous communication with families.
  • Fostered positive relationships with all school personnel.
  • Established positive relationships with parents and guardians.
  • Promoted family involvement by fostering positive relationships.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families and other teachers

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41. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials, and provided instruction and training for curriculum.
  • Evaluated specific needs, developed instructional materials, and delivered daily lesson plans.
  • Created instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs and behavior.
  • Provided access to relevant instructional materials/resources and modeled evidenced-based instructional practices.
  • Design and maintain instructional materials, curriculum and academic records.
  • Typed materials and operated duplicating equipment to reproduce instructional materials.
  • Used instructional materials and techniques according to school's educational system
  • Managed the assimilation of new instructional materials and methods.
  • Develop lesson plans activities, prepare instructional materials.
  • Prepared all instructional materials for student delivery.
  • Developed instructional materials based on curriculum provided.
  • Develop instructional materials and products.
  • Implemented curriculum in accordance with directives and guidelines, approved weekly age appropriate lesson plans and varied the instructional materials used.
  • 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.
  • Prepare and execute classroom curriculum; facilitate programs and instructional materials under the guidance of the Lead Teacher.
  • Adapted classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that address individualized learning plans.
  • Provided guidance in the selection of textbooks and other instructional materials and equipment for the assigned program.
  • Created instructional materials and activities consistent with the individual learning needs and behaviors of the children.
  • Worked in conjunction with assistant teacher and teacher aid, developing instructional materials and teaching aids.

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42. Social Needs

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Here's how Social Needs is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated with director and teacher assistant to fulfill children's educational developmental, cognitive, emotional and social needs.
  • Implemented a curriculum that met the emotional, physical, cognitive and social needs of both the individual student and group.
  • Design and instruct 4-6 grade curriculum to meet the academic and social needs of individual students in all units of study.
  • Plan and implement daily activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of the each child.
  • Instruct 1st Grade curriculum by designing and developing effective lesson plans to meet the academic and social needs of the students.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum that met the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in my classroom.
  • Developed lessons based on each child s capabilities and worked to meet their cognitive, emotional, physical and social needs.
  • Planned and implemented activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the program.
  • Provide a curriculum that meets the emotional, physical, cognitive and social needs of both individual child and the group.
  • Work with parents to ensure that the educational health and social needs of every individual child and family need are meet.
  • Design lesson plans that meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children in the program.
  • Developed curriculum and planned activities and assignments to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Designed and implemented standards based 3rd Grade curriculum to meet the academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Communicated with parents when planning lessons to meet the students cognitive, emotional, physical and social needs.
  • Plan and carry out lesson plans that meet physical, intellectual, and social needs of the children.
  • Planed and applied activities to meet the emotional, bodily, intellectual and social needs of the children.
  • Developed, and implemented programs that meet the physical, emotional, educational and social needs of children.
  • Instructed with other educational concepts to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of the students.
  • Create curriculum that fulfill the children's educational, developmental, cognitive, emotional and social needs.
  • Observed and assessed academic and social needs of each child and created lessons to facilitate growth.

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43. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated learning and child development for a prestigious private school committed to pursuit of academics, character, and physical health.
  • Conversed with parents' on the child's specific needs, along with the child's mental and physical health.
  • Program promotes kindergarten readiness with focus on Physical Health and Development, Language and Literacy, Cognition and General knowledge.
  • Observed and evaluated children's performance, develop 5 skills of development, and physical health.
  • Interfaced with parents related to children's emotional and physical health issues.
  • Evaluated child's educational performance, behavior, and physical health.

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44. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Used research-based strategies to help develop weekly lesson plans emphasizing language, literacy, problem-solving, numeracy, and social-emotional development.
  • Educated children using methods that emphasized fine-motor, receptive language, expressive language, gross-motor, self-help and social-emotional development.
  • Engaged in conversations with parents about physical and emotional development, and planned activities for physical and emotional development.
  • Develop monthly lesson plans in the areas of social/emotional development, language/cognitive development, and fine/gross motor development.
  • Provide a safe and learning curriculum that included cognitive, physical, creative and social-emotional 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.
  • Supported and prepared children for age-appropriate social, physical, and emotional development.
  • Monitor physical, cognitive, social and emotional development through continuous evaluation process.
  • Gained knowledge on behavioral and emotional development of children by maintaining monthly reports.
  • Implement age appropriate cognitive, social, emotional development objectives and curriculum planning.
  • Maintained a positive classroom environment to encourage healthy mental 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.
  • Provide children with learning experiences, which supported cognitive/social & emotional development.
  • Identified and communicated emotional development, or health related challenges with guardians
  • Planned and implemented programs for social, intellectual and emotional development.
  • Encourage weekly curriculum themes that balance out educational and emotional development.
  • Support social and emotional development including implementing positive behavior strategies.
  • Facilitated cognitive, social and emotional development of students age 1

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45. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Assisted children with health and personal habits.
  • Teach children healthy personal habits.
  • Create and execute lesson plans, by teaching personal habits such as eating, resting, and toileting.
  • Keep records on individual children, instruct children in health and personal habits and organiz and participate in recrecational activities.

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46. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated young individuals on all levels of development, mentally, physically and social-emotional challenged in a classroom setting.
  • Interned with Pathways program, providing behavioral supports in individualized instruction, and integration into inclusive classroom setting.
  • Maintain medical records administer medication as required, maintain classroom setting by cleaning and organizing materials.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum-based learning strategies in an early childhood classroom setting.
  • Developed a structured classroom setting that encouraged student development academically and socially.
  • Maintained age-appropriate classroom settings with learning tools and environments.
  • Monitored classroom settings for children ensuring daily routines.
  • Develop and practice actual/simulated classroom settings.
  • Provide children with a classroom setting that will allow them to use their social, physical, language and cognitive skills.
  • Observed and implemented instructional and supervisory activities with young children in a structured classroom setting of 10 - 12 children.
  • Maintain responsibility for the care and arrangement of classroom settings and material in order to provide a safe learning environment.
  • Develop and implement a lesson plan in a classroom setting for children who are of the age of 3.
  • Assist director with teaching plan * Classroom setting of 10 + toddlers * Parent and child interaction, conferences
  • Worked closely with parents to keep them informed on how their child was doing in the classroom setting.
  • Created necessary paperwork for parents showing their child's areas of strength and weaknesses within the classroom setting.
  • Develop daily curriculum for students in an integrated classroom setting comprised of varied abilities and English Language Learners.
  • Supervised up to 12 to 16 children ranging from 6weeks to 12yrs old in a classroom setting.
  • Teach children in a classroom setting, provide lesson plans and a structured routine for the children.
  • Maintained a calm, safe and friendly environment in the classroom setting and supervised 8 children.
  • Provided theme-based, hands-on education in a classroom setting, and inspired kids to enjoy learning.

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47. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented curriculum to successfully engage children and foster development in physical, social, and intellectual growth.
  • Planned and orchestrated educational lessons and activities to ensure emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development.
  • Execute a developmentally appropriate curriculum, enhancing the physical, social/emotional, and intellectual growth of young children.
  • Implemented innovative classroom activities to develop physical and intellectual growth of children.
  • Promote physical and intellectual growth of children by providing developmentally appropriate care.
  • Planned and implemented activities promoting intellectual growth of children.
  • Plan and implement activities designed to promote the social, physical and intellectual growth of children from infants to school age.
  • Planned and implemented activities that promoted the social, physical and intellectual growth of children ages 6 weeks to 6 months.
  • Lead Teacher : Plans and implements activities designed to promote the social, physical and intellectual growth of the children.
  • Provided child care for young children, which enhanced their emotion, and physical security while stimulating their intellectual growth.
  • Provide a safe and nurturing environment for all children that encourages social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Create an educational environment and lesson plans promoting social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for kindergarten readiness.
  • Create lesson plans and implement activities that encourage social-emotional, cognitive, physical, and intellectual growth of children.
  • Educate using the Lifetime Adventure's Curriculum, in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Created lesson plans which promoted the emotional, physical, social and intellectual growth and well-being of each child.
  • Prepare lesson plans, activities, and projects which promoted social, physical, and intellectual growth of children.
  • Communicated with parents on the daily progress of every individual student's social, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Promote the social, physical, and intellectual growth of children through positive guidance while providing constant supervision.
  • Implement activities designed to promote the social, physical and intellectual growth of the children in my care.
  • Organize and supervise outside games and activities to enhance physical, social, and intellectual growth and development.

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48. Regular Basis

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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Evaluate accomplishments of students on a regular basis using multiple, developmentally-appropriate assessment methods.
  • Supervised an assistant teacher and delegated appropriate tasks on a regular basis.
  • Documented assessments of preschool and kindergarten aged children on regular basis.
  • Conducted parent conferences and communicated with parents on a regular basis.
  • Organized parent conferences on regular basis and in any emergency situations.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis to growth development
  • Perform parent/teacher conferences on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis regarding child development, behavior issues, parent education and other child related issues.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis using newsletters and talking with parents during drop off and pick up times.
  • Communicated on a regular basis with school administrators regarding staff concerns, student achievement, discipline, LRE, etc.
  • Implemented reading and literacy programs for both students and parents and conduct parent/guardian conferencing on a regular basis.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis, via annual assessments, quarterly meetings, monthly phone conversations.
  • Reported challenges, successes, and competencies of each student to director and parents on a regular basis.
  • Administer all VPK-required assessments, evaluate student progress on a regular basis and differentiate instruction based on data.
  • Developed relationships with parents and kept them informed of the child's progress on a regular basis.
  • Collaborate with the Principal and parents on a regular basis to individualize each child are learning skills.
  • Maintained active relationship with the parents by giving them feedback about their children on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis regarding children's activities, behavior, and development.
  • Chart records of each child's daily routines and communicate with parents on a regular basis.
  • Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.

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49. Attendance Records

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Here's how Attendance Records is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain Daily Attendance records and monthly reports and assessments Conducted Parent/Teacher Conferences.
  • Maintain pupil attendance records and complete required paperwork.
  • Supervised and maintain daily attendance records.
  • Recorded observations and managed attendance records.
  • Handled payments, maintained classroom attendance records for the center and worked closely with DHS to maintain standards and security.
  • Maintain accurate, complete and timely client and agency records; Completes daily meal and attendance records.
  • Know the number of children in your group and maintain accurate attendance records throughout the day.
  • Maintain attendance records and prepare requisition for materials, supplies and equipment purchases for the class.
  • Maintain accurate, complete timely client records, emergency forms, health forms and attendance records.
  • Conduct parent teacher conferences, maintains student files, attendance records and daily health logs.
  • Completed necessary paperwork, such as attendance records, general reports, and daily logs.
  • Produce weekly lesson plans, maintain daily record sheets, food sheets and attendance records.
  • Enforced rules for behavior and classroom order and completed daily meal and attendance records.
  • Maintain daily paperwork such as attendance records, food program records, snack.
  • Maintained grade and attendance records, and completed report cards by the deadline.
  • Maintain all classroom records, such as lesson plans and attendance records.
  • Organized daily, weekly, and monthly lesson plans and attendance records.
  • Maintained all attendance records, injury reports and confidential records on children.
  • Maintained time and attendance records, annotating leave, overtime, etc.
  • Maintain children s files, attendance records and daily snack counts totals.

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50. Physical Development

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Here's how Physical Development is used in Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Make the activity plans along with language/letter/art/math/science/music/physical development categories.
  • Prepare and implement weekly developmentally appropriate lesson plans which support and promote students social, emotional, cognitive and physical development.
  • Implement programs focused on Cognitive Development, Language Development and Communication, Physical Development and Health, and Social Emotional Development
  • Incorporated the use of -Creative Curriculum for Pre-School- to enhance social/emotional development, physical development and cognitive and language development.
  • Design, implement and evaluate curriculum that promotes the educational, social-emotional and physical development of children served.
  • Observed and privately documented perceptual-cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development in structured and non-structured play groups.
  • Documented observations of children in cognitive, emotional, social, and physical developmental domains.
  • Assess academic, social, and physical developmental milestones of children transitioning to traditional school.
  • Provided elementary children activities to assist in their academic, social, emotional and physical development
  • Incorporated engaging activities to enhance cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development.
  • Developed curriculum that fostered and promoted social, emotional and physical development.
  • Supervised and promoted emotional, social, intellectual and physical development activities.
  • Planned activities that encourage social, emotional, intellectual and physical development.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans that encouraged both cognitive and physical development.
  • Promoted intellectual, emotional and physical development for children.
  • Encourage language and enhance physical development through activities.
  • Lead activities designed to promote physical development.
  • Planned outdoor/indoor activities to encourage physical development.
  • Promoted cognitive, emotional and physical development.
  • Use equipment/materials to promote physical development.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Lead Teacher

Lesson Plans20.1%
Classroom Management18.1%
Appropriate Curriculum16.8%
Child Care12.9%
Special Needs4.2%
Pre-K3.3%
Safe Environment3.1%
OLD Children2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lead Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
17.5%
17.5%
2
2
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
15.7%
15.7%
3
3
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
14.6%
14.6%
4
4
Child Care
Child Care
11.2%
11.2%
5
5
Special Needs
Special Needs
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Pre-K
Pre-K
2.9%
2.9%
7
7
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
2.7%
2.7%
8
8
OLD Children
OLD Children
2.5%
2.5%
9
9
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Mathematics
Mathematics
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Art Projects
Art Projects
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Social Development
Social Development
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
CPR
CPR
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
IEP
IEP
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Positive Reinforcement Method
Positive Reinforcement Method
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Naeyc
Naeyc
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Small Groups
Small Groups
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Letter Recognition
Letter Recognition
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Daily Schedule
Daily Schedule
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Basic Needs
Basic Needs
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Daily Observations
Daily Observations
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Montessori
Montessori
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Social Needs
Social Needs
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Physical Health
Physical Health
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Emotional Development
Emotional Development
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Intellectual Growth
Intellectual Growth
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Attendance Records
Attendance Records
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Physical Development
Physical Development
0.3%
0.3%

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