A lead teacher is responsible for the academic, social-emotional growth and development of children in their care who are preschool aged children. The primary function of lead teachers is to work with parents, administrators and other teachers to improve students' experience and meet teaching objectives. Additionally, lead teachers plan, evaluate and improve the physical environment of the classroom to create opportunities that meet the changing needs of the developing child.
Must be able to develop a creative weekly lesson plan which includes all 10 learning Centers and suitable for preschool age children. Observe each child to help them improve their social competencies and build self esteem. Classroom and behavior management skills are required. Must have Paths to Quality experience, creating and writing lesson plans (which include Indiana Foundations).
Child to Staff Ratio is 10:1, however, it is possible an Assistant may be brought in if needed.
CDA (with prior preschool exp) or Associate Degree ECE is required.