Talented early childhood education professional with experience effectively managing, supervising and evaluating early childhood educators. Diverse experience teaching, observing and assessing young children, as well as planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities for promoting physical, social, emotional and intellectual growth.
Manage, supervise and evaluate the performance of other professional early childhood educators. Designated person in charge when director is unavailable. Ensure classroom compliance with all applicable standards and regulations. Maintain daily records of individual activities and behaviors. Distribute educational assessments to families. Hold parent conferences to discuss each child's development and ensure open communication with families. Promote positive communication and develop professional relationships with parents, teachers, directors and therapists. Work closely with the site director, family care workers, classroom teaching team and other specialists. Maintain confidential and detailed records of observations and family contacts. Provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment that addresses various learning styles. Plan and organize developmentally appropriate activities.
Manage a caseload of more than 30 families. Preform weekly home visits with each family and their children ages 0-3 who exhibit developmental delays. Assess each individual child's needs and work with the families to develop developmentally appropriate activities to help promote their child's development. Compile and distribute detailed individual assessments for each family about their child's on going developmental progress. Develop and maintain professional relationships with parents, families and other therapists. Observe and assess children for signs of autism.
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