Preschool Teacher Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Preschool Teacher resumes for your reference.

Preschool Teacher

  • Creatively carry out lessons plans that have been developed by a divisional director.
  • Communicate daily with parents on the moods/emotions, eating habits, and sleep patterns of my students.
  • Create scrapbook of the yearly activities, including pictures and artwork, for each child to be given to parents.

Preschool Teacher

  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans to meet the unique needs of children at various developmental levels.
  • Practiced culturally sensitive education techniques in an effort to be as inclusive as possible to a diverse and multilingual population of children and parents.
  • Facilitated “Invitation to Create” themed artwork activities to encourage children’s creativity and self-guided learning.

Preschool Teacher

  • Lead Teacher in curriculum and logistic planning for a developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive learning environment; ensuring a healthy, safe, and clean, environment both inside and out of the facility.
  • Provide an on-going basis, plan, evaluate and improve the physical environment in the classroom to create opportunities to meet the changing needs of the developing child.
  • Maintain ongoing communication with parents regarding children’s activities, behavior, and development, on a daily basis.

Preschool Teacher

  • Responsibly and attentively watch the students throughout the day.
  • Consistently change diapers, feed, and help the students sleep at scheduled times or when necessary.
  • Include lessons and projects for students to participate in revolving around designated monthly theme.
  • Keep classroom decorated and looking lively and colorful with an attitude to match.

Preschool Teacher

  • Responsible for organizing, planning, and participating in activities that engage group of children.
  • Effectively communicate and maintain strong relationships with management, co-teachers, and families.
  • Tasked with tracking each child’s behavior independently and in groups.
  • In charge of developing a well managed, creative, and appropriate learning curriculum.

Preschool Teacher

  • Collaborate with other teachers or administrators to develop, evaluate, or revise kindergarten or elementary school programs.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Confer with parents, guardians, teachers, counselors, or administrators to resolve students’ behavioral or academic problems.
  • Coordinate placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes.

Preschool Teacher

  • Develop and implement daily and unit lesson plans for preschool students.
  • Conduct group and one-on-one activities exploring math, art, and language development subjects.
  • Maintain a classroom environment conducive to learning and promoting excellent student engagement.

Preschool Teacher

  • Develop and implement daily and unit lesson plans for preschool students.
  • Conduct group and one-on-one activities exploring math, art, and language development subjects.
  • Maintain a classroom environment conducive to learning and promoting excellent student engagement.

Preschool Teacher

  • Responsible for the daily planning, management, and supervision of the classroom and children.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all parents, children, and classroom staff concerns are appropriately addressed.
  • Develop, plan, and prepare instructional aids/materials for classroom activities.
  • Ensure that appearance, cleanliness, and safe environment of classroom are appropriately maintained.

Preschool Teacher

  • Responsible for creating a new 3 year old five day morning program by developing curriculum, implementing daily classroom activities through intentional planning and ensuring the safety of the children.
  • Develop lesson plans with co-teacher based on NAEYC, CT Frameworks and CT ELDS.
  • Use observations to assess children’s growth to enable flexibility in lesson plans in order to adjust as needed.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet children’s varying needs and interests.

Preschool Teacher

  • Operated as the point person in the morning until the Director or the Business Manager arrived; including answering the phone, setting the classrooms up for children to arrive, assisting teachers with tasks, maintaining appropriate classroom ratios, and moving support staff around accordingly to maintain classroom ratios.
  • Leveraged my interpersonal skills to conduct conferences with parents regarding their children’s progress, and interact with other members of the teaching staff.
  • Used my ability to teach in large group settings, smaller group settings, and also individually.

Preschool Teacher

  • Differentiate activities and goals to meet each student’s individual needs and abilities.
  • Write and administer tests and evaluations adapted to the abilities of each student.
  • Consistently communicate with parents to report on student behavior, social and developmental progress, as well as note on any observed health conditions.
  • Engage in regular dialogue with the principal, curriculum administrator, and various service providers to ensure.

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