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Assistant Teacher - Part Time

Posted: September 08, 2020

Overview

A Resource Teacher at The Goddard School is responsible for establishing and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment. Additionally a Resource Teacher is responsible to work together with a Lead Teacher in conjunction with the entire faculty. A resource teacher is required to work with all age groups from 6 weeks - 5 years old.

General Qualifications

A Resource Teacher must meet the qualifications of his/her state and those set forth in the National Standards for hiring (see www.bls.gov), including the following:

Ability to hear the conversational voice, with or without a hearing aid
Ability to see and read newsprint, with or without corrective lenses
Ability to speak and be understood under normal circumstances
Ability to lift and carry children and other items weighing up to 50 pounds
Ability to use arms, hands, legs, and feet, with or without corrective devices; this includes the ability to evacuate the building during emergencies
Ability to handle crisis situations, especially where children are involved
Ability to respond immediately to emergency situations

Educational Qualifications

A current CDA or Early Childhood Teaching Credential.
Proof of current and active enrollment in a CDA Credentialing Program.
Proof of current and active enrollment in an accredited Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree program in Early Childhood Education or a related field.
High school Diploma wishing to pursue degree or CDA in Early childhood Education or related field

Resource Teacher Responsibilities

A Resource Teacher's responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Assist Lead Teacher to establish and maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment

Design an appropriate room arrangement to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom
Develop an appropriate classroom management system to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom
Ensure that classroom equipment is in good repair
Understand and implement The Goddard School® emergency procedure(s)
Promote healthy eating practices at lunch and snack times
Ensure that children are always within state ratio requirements
Perform nominal cleaning responsibilities (eg, spills) immediately
Perform major cleaning during times when children are not present
Post a classroom schedule that meets the needs of the children and includes a routine and learning opportunities
Post and adhere to all GSI Health and Safety policies and procedures
Assist Lead teacher to Advance children’s physical and intellectual competence

Adapt program to meet the individual needs of each child
Create a multi-cultural learning environment
Provide a variety of developmentally appropriate materials
Interact with the children to support play, exploration and learning
Encourage children to talk with each other and with the faculty
Present age- and developmentally-appropriate expectations for all children
Create a print-rich environment in order for children to learn about books, literature and writing
Encourage creativity through art, music, dramatic play and blocks
Provide a reasonable balance between teacher-directed and child-directed activities
Provide opportunities for both active and quiet play
Integrate GSI resources (including Enrichment Programs) into lesson plans
Support each child’s social and emotional development and provide positive guidance

Understand and adhere to the GSI Behavior Policy
Plan and implement activities to develop children’s self-esteem and social skills
Plan and implement activities to enable children’s feeling of security
Encourage empathetic and respectful feelings for others, as well as the environment, through positive modeling
Respect cultural and ethnic diversity
Establish positive and effective family relations

Communicate, in a professional manner, with families and faculty
Encourage families to become an integral part of their children’s learning experiences
Provide opportunities (e.g., conferences) in which families are made to feel a part of their children’s learning experiences
Prepare a Daily Activity Report for each child
Maintain a portfolio for each child
Maintain the classroom Parent Board
Ensure an effective program, responsive to children’s needs

Assess supplies and materials needed to implement activities
Build teamwork
Develop lesson plan books and posted lesson plans
Manage classrooms according to GSI QA Standards
Perform child observations and document in their portfolios
Use assessment tools (eg, Progress Reports, Children’s Progress)
Maintain professional commitment

Promote GSI philosophy and educational objectives
Support a code of ethical conduct
Pursue professional development/continuing education
Attend faculty meetings, in-service days, conferences and professional growth opportunities

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Lead Teacher - Full Time

Posted: September 08, 2020

General Qualifications

A lead teacher must meet the qualifications of his/her state and the following qualifications:
the ability to understand and support the education program using “learning through play” philosophy;
the ability to interact closely with children at their level;
the ability to keep children within sight and sound supervision at all times;
the ability to change children’s diapers and/or assist in toileting (where necessary);
the ability to understand and comply with the franchisee’s employment policies;
the ability to communicate effectively and professionally with school personnel, children and parents;
the ability to handle crisis situations, including assisting in evacuating the building during emergencies; and
the ability to comply in all respects with all applicable laws and regulations relating to childcare.
An offer of employment may be made contingent on the following:
A current physical examination by a physician
An approved criminal record check as required by state regulations.

Educational Qualifications

All candidates who wish to be considered for the position of lead teacher must meet one or more of the following criteria, in addition to any/all requirements that may be mandated by their state and/or local licensing authorities:

A Bachelor’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development.
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in a related field, including 18 semester hours of completed coursework related to young children birth to age 8.
An Associate’s degree or higher in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Child Development or a related field.
An Associate’s degree or higher in a related field, including 18 semester hours of completed coursework related to young children birth to age 8.
A current CDA or Early Childhood Teaching Credential.
Proof of current and active enrollment in a CDA Credentialing Program.
Proof of current and active enrollment in an accredited Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree program in Early Childhood Education or a related field.

Lead Teacher Responsibilities


A lead teacher’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Establish and maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment
· Design an appropriate room arrangement to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom
· Develop an appropriate classroom management system to support the goals and developmental level of the children in the classroom
· Ensure that classroom equipment is in good repair
· Understand and implement The Goddard School® emergency procedure(s)
· Promote healthy eating practices at lunch and snack times
· Ensure that children are always within state ratio requirements
· Perform minor cleaning responsibilities (e.g., spills) immediately
· Perform major cleaning during times when children are not present
· Post a classroom schedule that meets the needs of the children and includes a routine and learning opportunities
· Post and adhere to all GSI Health and Safety policies and procedures
Advance children’s physical and intellectual competence
· Adapt program to meet the individual needs of each child
· Create a multi-cultural learning environment
· Provide a variety of developmentally appropriate activities to engage children in learning
· Interact with the children to support play, exploration and learning
· Encourage children to talk with each other and with the faculty
· Present age- and developmentally-appropriate expectations for all children
· Create a print-rich environment in order for children to learn about books, literature and writing
· Encourage creativity through art, music, dramatic play and blocks
· Provide a reasonable balance between teacher-directed and child-directed activities
· Provide opportunities for both active and quiet play
· Integrate GSI-approved resources (including Enrichment Programs) into lesson plans
Support each child’s social and emotional development and provide positive guidance
· Understand and adhere to the GSI Behavior Policy
· Plan and implement activities to develop children’s self-esteem and social skills
· Plan and implement activities to enable children’s feeling of security
· Encourage empathetic and respectful feelings for others, as well as the environment, through positive modeling
· Respect cultural and ethnic diversity
Establish positive and effective family relations
· Communicate, in a professional manner, with families and faculty
· Encourage families to become an integral part of their children’s learning experiences
· Provide opportunities (e.g., conferences) in which families are made to feel a part of their children’s learning experiences
· Prepare a Daily Activity Report for each child
· Maintain a portfolio for each child
· Maintain the classroom Parent Board
Ensure an effective program, responsive to children’s needs
· Assess supplies and materials needed to implement activities
· Build teamwork
· Develop lesson plans
· Manage classrooms according to GSI QA Standards
· Perform child observations and document in their portfolios
· Use assessment tools (e.g., Progress Reports, Children’s Progress)
Maintain professional commitment
· Promote “learning through play” philosophy and educational objectives
· Support a code of ethical conduct
· Pursue professional development/continuing education
· Attend faculty meetings, in-service days, conferences and professional growth opportunities

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