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Infant/Toddler Teacher at Lonoke

at CAPCA in Conway, Arkansas, United States

Job Description

  1. Plan and implement learning experiences that advance the intellectual and physical development of children, including improving the readiness of children for school by developing their:
  • literacy, phonemic, and print awareness
  • understanding and use of language
  • understanding and use of increasing complex and varied vocabulary
  • appreciation of books
  • understanding of early math and early science
  • problem-solving abilities and
  • approaches to learning.
  1. Establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment by forming positive, trusting and nurturing relationships with children.
  2. Support the social and emotional development of children by forming positive, trusting and nurturing relationships with children.
  3. Encourage the involvement of the families of the children and support the development of relationships between children and their families.
  4. Maintain a professional attitude with staff, parents, volunteers, and children at all times.
  5. Responsible for:
  • creating a warm and welcoming environment that supports children’s growth and development
  • implementing the curriculum and developing and implementing daily lesson plans
  • promoting developmentally appropriate practices
  • using routines as opportunities for growth and learning.
  • providing activities that facilitate children’s growth and development
  • arranging and conducting educational home visits and parent conferences and
  • guiding children’s behavior in positive ways.
  1. Promote good eating habits with toddlers by conversing and encouraging good table manners when food is served.
  2. Responsible for observing children regularly and individualizing for each child based on these observations.
  3. Responsible for ongoing assessment of enrolled children to monitor child outcomes.
  4. Provide supervision for children, or volunteers in the classroom.
  5. Responsible for maintaining a high quality daily program of work and designated record keeping.
  6. Work cooperatively with other classroom/center staff.
  7. Is knowledgeable in all aspects of use and design of learning centers.
  8. Responsible for the orderliness and cleanliness of the classroom.
  9. Assist in providing training and technical assistance to other center staff in overall child development.
  10. Work with Administrative Office staff, support staff and consultants in implementing recommendations.
  11. Assist in the assessment of the Education and Early Childhood Development Work Plan.
  12. Assist in obtaining and documenting In-Kind (Non-Federal Match) for parent and community activities.
  13. Attend and participate in center staff meetings. Participate in parent meetings and staffings as requested.
  14. Serve as a member of the IEP Team by attending IEP meetings as requested.
  15. Must be able to see, hear and respond to children’s needs, emergencies and conflicts that might occur in the classroom, playground, bathrooms or other areas used by children.
  16. Responsible for data management in child development areas.
  17. Assist in the avoidance or appearance of fraud and ensure compliance in the overall management of the Early Childhood area.
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Job Posting: 2922715

Posted On: May 14, 2021

Updated On: Aug 01, 2021