Toddler Assistant- must be at least 18 years old. They must have a high school degree at minimum, and they must always be under the direct supervision of a teacher, unless certified as an assistant group supervisor. An assistant group supervisor has two years verified experience working with young children. Job duties include:
1. Supporting the lead teacher in their teaching and lesson planning. Understands where everything is located for the day as well as daily routines. May take over some direct instruction including calendar time, art, music, and gross motor.
2. Communicate clearly and consistently with staff and supervisors. Check messages daily and respond within 48 hours.
3. Be knowledgeable in school technology and be able to use it
4. Support and interact with students in the classroom.
5. Take responsibility for duties.
6. Maintains effective control of self and students.
7. Motivated and manages time efficiently and effectively.
8. Respects the school and their position in the organization.
9. Develops solutions to problems on own.
10. All seen or overheard school matters are held confidential.
11. Maintains outstanding attendance
12. Sets a good example in safe work habits and encourages others to do the same.
13. Maintains appropriate dress and appearance.
14. Cooperates well with others.
15. Maintains secure student records.
Toddler Teacher- must be at least 18 years old. They must have a high school degree at minimum plus teaching experience, and they must be certified as an assistant group supervisor. An assistant group supervisor has at least two years verified experience working with young children.
Job duties include:
1. Training assistant-teachers and teacher-assistants to understand where all classroom materials are located, how to take over responsibilities in the classroom, and when to take over responsibilities in the classroom. Must be clear in giving directives to assistant-teachers and teacher-assistants to take over responsibilities in the classroom.
2. Lesson Planning and design is completed in a timely manner, efficiently, effectively, and follows school protocol. This involves setting appropriate instructional outcomes.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in school resources and technological tools used by the school including ipads.
4. Demonstrate knowledge of students including child development, the learning process, special needs, interests and cultural heritage, and students’ skills and knowledge.
5. Use quality questioning and discussion techniques with students. This involves understanding backwards design planning and inquiry-based instruction.
6. Communicate clearly and consistently with staff, parents, and supervisors. Check emails and Brightwheel messages daily and respond within 24-48 hours.
7. Be knowledgeable in school technology and be able to assist students while using.
8. Engage students in quality learning experiences and support and interact with students in the classroom.
9. Create a classroom environment of respect and rapport (teacher-student; student-student)
10. Manage classroom procedures effectively (groups, transitions, materials and supplies, non-instructional duties, supervision of teacher-assistants)
11. Manages student behaviors including expectations, monitoring and response to misbehavior.
12. Reflects on teaching practices and modifies practices accordingly.
13. Maintains accurate records of assessments and completes timely reports on student progress including child service reports (September/March) and report cards (January/June).
14. Take responsibility for duties.
15. Maintains effective control of self and students.
16. Motivated and manages time efficiently and effectively.
17. Respects the school and their position in the organization.
18. Develops solutions to problems on own.
19. All seen or overheard school matters are held confidential.
20. Maintains outstanding attendance
21. Sets a good example in safe work habits and encourages others to do the same.
22. Maintains appropriate dress and appearance.
23. Cooperates well with others.
24. Maintains secure student records.
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An open and equitable personnel systems will be established and maintained. Personnel policies, procedures and practices will be designed to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex. Employment opportunities shall be provided for applicants with disabilities and reasonable accommodation(s) shall be made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees.