Dedicated, resourceful and goal-driven professional educator with a solid commitment to the social and academic growth and development of every child
Committed to creating a classroom atmosphere that is stimulating and encouraging to students
Aptitude to remain flexible, ensuring that every child's learning styles and abilities are addressed
Exceptional ability to establish cooperative, professional relationships with parents, staff and administration
Pre-primary- or preschool-aged children can be delightful, yet challenging, to teach. The early years are a time of fast and often pronounced development, with changes happening on a constant basis. Early childhood or pre-primary educators typically must begin a career path with some form of specialized schooling in child development and instructional methods.
A good preschool teacher should have the patience of a saint. Teachers have to work with the students at their own pace as each child is different. They have to be patient when dealing with the same questions over and over again.
A great teacher is kind, gentle and has a good personality. They should engage students with their teaching styles and hold their attention in all discussions. Students are attracted towards teachers with a decent and likable personality.
Preschool teachers should bring some life to their classroom by engaging their students in interesting activities. They should create an atmosphere where students feel they can take an active part in the discussion.
Teachers need thorough knowledge and an in-depth understanding of the subjects they are teaching and should remain up-to-date with all the latest developments in those fields. Complete knowledge of topics being taught is important to capture students’ attention and participation.
At Cambridge Montessori I am working as Teacher Tender Hearts.
We , Cambridge Montessori,helps ,children figure out new ideas and concepts on their own, and when it is important to explain things to them step-by-step.
We Encourage children to participate in classroom activities and honor the classroom rules.
Here at Cambridge Montessori we Listen to what the children say and expand upon their language, building their vocabulary and background knowledge.
Know when to teach directly, when to provide time for exploration and discovery, when to practice skills, and when to encourage creativity.
Plan activities that have a purpose and that challenge children.
Our scientific approach at Cambridge enables how to help children learn to work together and to resolve their conflicts.
Encourage children to respect each other's time and personal belongings.
Provide many opportunities for conversations between and among children, and with adults.
Know how to establish and maintain order in a classroom but in a manner that permits the children to learn how to participate in, and enjoy learning.
Arrange the classroom in a way that enhances their work with children, and how the children spend their time.
Health and safety
Make hand washing a typical part of your daily routine: before and after mealtimes, after bathroom breaks and during other messy moments in the day.Another healthy practice is to have children wash their hands upon entry to the classroom to help remove germs brought in from outside.