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General Position Description
The Early Childhood Lead Teacher creates and administers a classroom program that is conducive to student learning and which emphasizes mutual respect for all people. The Early Childhood Lead Teacher should use a variety of classroom techniques for learning and implement interdisciplinary, project-based work, field trips, outdoor experiences, educational technologies, and collaborative work with other teachers and classrooms into the pre-kindergarten program. The Early Childhood Lead Teacher is flexible and committed to a continuous process for professional growth.
Plan and implement a developmentally appropriate, creative, engaging stimulating, and inquiry-based classroom program which includes interdisciplinary, project-based work, focuses on literacy and mathematics readiness skills, and utilizes educational technologies appropriately.
Promote high expectations, demonstrate a caring attitude, and establish an environment that supports social, emotional, and academic development in students.
Frequently communicate with parents and caregivers about children's progress by phone, email, face-to-face meetings, and reports.
Maintain a classroom website to be updated weekly.
Evaluate the progress of each student through formal and informal assessment, including portfolios.
Instruct children in small and large groups, and work one-on-one with students.
Use positive and productive Responsive Classroom management techniques for improving student behavior.
Integrate the Quaker testimonies of peace, simplicity, integrity, community and stewardship into the curriculum and during interactions with FFS community members.
Other related duties as assigned.
Advocate for the school, its staff, students and programs.
Attend and actively participate as a team member in all faculty meetings and professional development events.
Attend at least one professional development off-campus activity every other year.
Share recess and other duties equitably.