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Working As A Montessori Teacher

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Thinking Creatively
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • $39,598

    Average Salary

What Does A Montessori Teacher Do At Sherwood Montessori Academy

* Establish the morning and extended day work period and give lessons as needed.
* Establish and maintain classroom true to the Montessori philosophy, paying particular attention to the needs of students.
* Implement and update curriculum as student needs dictate.
* Plan, prepare and maintain all units of study " including Montessori materials, library books, etc.
* Facilitate a respectful environment for children and adults by advocating conflict resolution and Grace and Courtesy lessons.
* Communicate via newsletters (email) with parents about their childrens school lives every week and educate parents in Montessori philosophy.
* Prepare for and schedule 2 individual communications with all parents during school year- including 1 physical parent conferences and 1 telephone conversation.
* Meet individually with prospective parents and students.
* Carefully observe and keep daily records on each students individual progression through the classroom.
* Maintain the schools system of record keeping.
* Complete individual learning plans and conference forms for all students.
* Assist in the planning and maintenance of the building, materials and playground to ensure they are clean, safe and maintained.
* Report any maintenance issues to the Director.
* Plan , prepare and organize all material for parent volunteers Care for all classroom animals and plants.
* Organize planning time for changing out material, cleaning and reorganizing works

What Does A Montessori Teacher Do At Trinity Lutheran Preschool

Supervise children at all times, ensuring their safety and well-being Prepare shelves and board with appropriate jobs and display Plan lessons, songs and activities based on school curriculum Circle time management, transitions and circle presentation, fun songs and movement activities Hold Parent Conferences to share observations, based on records and assessment Maintain cleanliness and documentation Light cooking and preparation of lunch meals and snacks Professional Qualities: Possess curriculum development/implementation experience Team player, positive role model, strong work ethic and take-charge attitude Independent, creative, fun-loving and kind Strong written and verbal communication skills Solid computer skills We offer a competitive salary, including vacation and holiday pay, personal time off, sick leave, disability insurance and funding for professional

What Does A Montessori Teacher Do At YMCA of Greater Brandywine-West Chester Airport Road

* Assist the Montessori Director of Education and Lead Montessori Teacher in the planning and implementation of essential Montessori classroom components that will engage a preschooler into a world of accelerated social, emotional, intellectual and cognitive development.
* Assist the Youth Development Director in the planning and implementation of the Montessori After Care Enrichment program.
* Act as a Camp Counselor during our Preschool Camp sessions.
* Act as an observer and keep an open, creative mind when understanding each childs needs within the environment.
* Maintain DHS standards and regulations.
* Implement and maintain the programs established goals and objectives.
* Work as a member of the staff team to guide the children in the learning of the Montessori Method.
* Attend all staff meetings and trainings as specified by the Director.
* Benefits:
* Fun, fast-paced work environment.
* Making a difference in someone's life every day!
* Free individual or family membership with completion of New Employee Orientation.
* Membership only valid with active

What Does A Montessori Teacher Do At Montessori Association of Covina

Preschool teachers typically do the following: • Develops, weekly plans, and implements age appropriate curriculum (lesson plan) to nurture and stimulate all domains of children's development in their care. • Daily prepares materials and classrooms for class activities. • Provides a developmentally appropriate classroom environment that reflects the children's learning and growth. • Plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration and work time that provides students with opportunities to observe, question and investigate. • Provide a variety of materials and an environment rich in subject and experiences, cultural diversity, opportunity for exploration and manipulation both in learning activities and imaginative play. • Perform on-going developmental evaluations of children as required by funding sources and develop lesson plans and follow curriculum implementation that addresses the individual needs of each child. • Daily/weekly plan, evaluate, arrange and improve the physical environment in the classroom and outdoors to create opportunities for exploration, facilitate motor-skill activities and meet the changing needs of the developing child. • Provide responsive care to all children by adapting daily care giving routines and plans to the interests and needs of the individual child and the group. • Prepare developmental progress reports as needed. • Demonstrate cultural competency and respect for the child's background by incorporating the cultural, linguistic and familial values and beliefs into the childcare program and lesson plans. • Completes child transition and orientation of the classroom with parents. • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/caregivers. • Provide a classroom environment that encourages parent participation. • Ensure that each family receives an opportunity to build strong relationships and experience clear communication with teaching staff. • Prepare periodical parent conferences based on schedule to discuss children's developmental progress, needs and interests. • Liaison with families to ensure smooth transition from home to child care setting and transitions from classroom to classroom when needed. • Assist families with children's transitions from toddler to preschool and from preschool to kindergarten. • Maintain accurate, complete and timely client, agency records and attendance reports; Completes daily meal and attendance records. • Maintains up-to-date emergency forms, curriculum plans, individual child development profile and other records as needed. • Completes daily health checks regarding hygiene, safety, and overall well-being of the children. • Completes DRDP, ECERS, Parent Survey on a timely basis with Assistant Teachers and prepare group data summaries by classroom and developmental progress reports as needed. • Assures a healthy, safe, clean and developmentally appropriate environment for children both indoors and outdoors. • Assist with functioning and monitoring of nutrition and food service. • Conducts supervision on a weekly basis with Associate Teachers and Assistant Teachers. • Establish and reestablish procedures as necessary to enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order both inside and outside the classroom while maintaining developmental needs and safety of children and all other local/State and agency guidelines and standards for best practice. • Become familiar with emergency procedures and protocol. • Clean and sterilize equipment and toys regularly. • Integrate special needs children in a respectful manner and be knowledgeable of how to prepare the environment and meet their developmental needs. •Prepare and serve meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines. • Participate in on-going in-service and educational development opportunities provided by the Agency. • Participate in all required school/agency staff development and in-service trainings. • Plan, delegate and assign work accordingly to Assistant Teachers weekly. • Have bi-monthly meetings with Assistant Teachers to address progress and developmental needs of children, curriculum/lesson plans, and preparation of the environment. • In accordance with agency philosophy, teacher may occasionally be required to carry out or assist with other tasks in addition to the duties listed on this job description • Staff must believe in and act in accordance with the Agency's philosophy and guidelines and mission statements. • Participate in fundraising for the school. • Prepare annual inventory of classroom equipment, materials and supplies. • Promote literacy, strong communication, discussion and interaction with children

What Does A Montessori Teacher Do At Anchorage Montessori School

Strong understanding of Montessori methods and able to effectively integrate other best practices with the Montessori method Strong understanding of literacy and math development in children and able to build childrens individualized learning plans that identify their current level of development Strong understanding of how to use multiple forms of assessment in informing and driving instruction Able to build rapport with children of all ages; strong understanding of child and adolescent development Passion for teaching and working with students from different experiences, languages and backgrounds Driven adult learner dedicated to his or her own professional growth with an inquiry orientation to his or her own practice Able to lead a team and effectively maximize adults and supports in a classroom setting Enthusiasm and commitment to participating in cooperative effort to proliferate the mission and objectives of Anchorage Montessori School (AMS) combining a sense of humor, high ethical professional standards, and equity perspective Able to work in a creative and demanding learning environment, including the ability to problem-solve and manage ambiguity and adversity Excellent organization, time management and follow-up skills; high sense of commitment; ability to work as part of a team Duties: Takes leadership in guiding support staff; ensures all adults are maximized in the classroom Establishes a classroom environment that fosters curiosity, self-control and kindness Demonstrates knowledge of and supports Anchorage Montessori Schools mission, vision and values Establishes a classroom environment that is organized and engaging, with systems and procedures that manage student behavior, movement, and learning Partners effectively with the teacher assistant to ensure children are growing and achieving at high levels Establishes a strong classroom culture where children can reach their potential by setting high expectations for themselves and others Establishes a classroom culture that allows the children to become self-motivated and self-directed, have an appreciation for themselves and their communities, and where children value and love learning Plan and execute small and whole group lesson plans and classroom activities consistent with Montessori philosophy AMS instructional guidelines Assesses students in accordingly and examines student data, and refines lesson plans to differentiate instruction for each student Collaborates with AMS team to improve own and others instructional practices

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How To Become A Montessori Teacher

Education and training requirements vary based on settings and state regulations. They range from a high school diploma and certification to a college degree.

Education

In childcare centers, preschool teachers generally are required to have a least a high school diploma and a certification in early childhood education. However, employers may prefer to hire workers with at least some postsecondary education in early childhood education.

Preschool teachers in Head Start programs are required to have at least an associate’s degree. However, at least 50 percent of all preschool teachers in Head Start programs nationwide must have a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or a related field. Those with a degree in a related field must have experience teaching preschool-age children.

In public schools, preschool teachers are generally required to have at least a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or a related field. Bachelor’s degree programs teach students about children’s development, strategies to teach young children, and how to observe and document children’s progress.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Some states require preschool teachers to obtain the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential offered by the Council for Professional Recognition. Obtaining the CDA credential requires coursework, experience in the field, a written exam, and observation of the candidate working with children. The CDA credential is valid for three years and requires renewal.

Some states recognize the Certified Childcare Professional (CCP) designation offered by the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation. Some of the requirements needed to obtain the CCP include that the candidate must be 18 years old, have a high school diploma, have experience in the field, take courses in early childhood education, and pass an exam. The CCP accreditation requires renewal every two years through the CCP maintenance process.

In public schools, preschool teachers must be licensed to teach early childhood education, which covers preschool through third grade. Requirements vary by state, but they generally require a bachelor’s degree and passing an exam to demonstrate competency. Most states require teachers to complete continuing education credits to maintain their license.

Other Experience

A few states require preschool teachers to have some work experience in a childcare setting. The amount of experience necessary varies by state. In these cases, preschool teachers often start out as childcare workers or teacher assistants.

Important Qualities

Communication skills. Preschool teachers need good communication skills to talk to parents and colleagues about students’ progress. They need good writing and speaking skills to convey this information effectively. They must also be able to communicate well with small children.

Creativity. Preschool teachers must plan lessons that engage young students. In addition, they need to adapt their lessons to suit different learning styles.

Interpersonal skills. Preschool teachers must understand children’s emotional needs and be able to develop good relationships with parents, children, and colleagues.

Organizational skills. Teachers need to be organized to plan lessons and keep records of their students.

Patience. Working with children can be frustrating, and preschool teachers should be able to respond calmly to overwhelming and difficult situations.

Physical stamina. Working with children can be physically taxing, so preschool teachers should have a lot of energy.

Advancement

Experienced preschool teachers can advance to become the director of a preschool or childcare center or a lead teacher, who may be responsible for the instruction of several classes. Those with a bachelor's degree in early childhood education frequently are qualified to teach kindergarten through grade 3, in addition to preschool. Teaching positions at these higher grades typically pay more. For more information, see the profiles on preschool and childcare center directors and kindergarten and elementary school teachers.

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Real Montessori Teacher Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Montessori Teacher The Maria Montessori School Levittown, NY Jan 04, 2016 $66,784
Montessori Teacher The Maria Montessori School Levittown, NY Jan 04, 2016 $63,620
Montessori Teacher The Maria Montessori School Levittown, NY Jan 04, 2016 $62,610 -
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Montessori Teacher Bowman International School Palo Alto, CA Sep 28, 2016 $60,717
Elementary Bilingual Montessori Teacher Latin American Montessori Bilingual PCS Washington, DC Jan 08, 2016 $60,000
Montessori Teacher Leport Educational Institute, Inc. Irvine, CA Sep 10, 2015 $58,000
Montessori Teacher Bay Area Montessori Materials Inc. Santa Clara, CA Mar 10, 2016 $55,530
Montessori Teacher Bay Area Montessori Materials Inc. Santa Clara, CA Mar 05, 2016 $55,530
Montessori Teacher Bay Area Montessori Materials Inc. Santa Clara, CA Dec 21, 2016 $55,530
Montessori Teacher (Kindergarten) The Renaissance International School Oakland, CA Jan 13, 2016 $55,000
Montessori Teacher Ridgewood Montessori School Paramus, NJ Jul 31, 2016 $55,000
Montessori Teacher Montessori West, Inc. Fremont, CA Jan 03, 2015 $52,175
Montessori Teacher Mission Valley Montessori, Inc. Fremont, CA Sep 17, 2015 $46,436
Montessori Teacher Montessori West, Inc. Fremont, CA Sep 25, 2015 $46,436
Montessori Teacher Scribbles Montessori Inc. Fremont, CA Feb 09, 2016 $46,250
Montessori Teacher Pacific Rim International School Emeryville, CA Feb 09, 2016 $46,250
Lead Montessori Teacher Symona, Inc. Addison, TX Jul 12, 2015 $45,914
Lead Montessori Teacher Symona, Inc. Addison, TX Oct 02, 2016 $45,914
Lead Montessori Teacher Symona, Inc. Addison, TX Sep 08, 2016 $45,914
Lead Montessori Teacher Symona, Inc. Addison, TX Jul 12, 2015 $42,679
Montessori Children's House Teacher M W Montessori, Inc. El Paso, TX Nov 17, 2016 $42,474
Montessori Teacher Symona, Inc. DBA Mona Montessori Academy Addison, TX Nov 01, 2016 $42,170
Montessori Teacher Montessori School of Syracuse Syracuse, NY Nov 09, 2016 $42,157
Montessori Teacher Burlingame Montessori Schools Inc. Millbrae, CA Jun 12, 2016 $42,141
Montessori Teacher Houston Gifted Childlife DBA Sienna Montessori Sch Missouri City, TX Dec 15, 2015 $41,704
Montessori Teacher Leport Educational Institute, Inc. Irvine, CA Jan 29, 2016 $41,540
Montessori Teacher Leport Educational Institute, Inc. Irvine, CA Sep 12, 2015 $41,540

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Top Skills for A Montessori Teacher

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Top Montessori Teacher Skills

  1. Classroom Environment
  2. Curriculum Planning
  3. Child Care
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Created and maintained a productive classroom environment.
  • Developed daily lesson plans for the early childhood program including integrated arts education.
  • Served as Coordinator for an all-school, hands-on festival exploring creative applications of mathematics.
  • Planned Practical Life lessons for each student.
  • Help out with Montessori learning lessons for toddlers and pre-kindergarten children.

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