Our requirement for
Qualifications Degree in Early Childhood Education (NTT, Montessori, ECE, CIDTT trained) compulsory.
Experience Minimum 2 years of Montessori teaching experience
- Work closely with the Infant, Toddler and Montessori Teachers and/or with Management to oversee all aspects of classroom program planning, implementation, and evaluation within the guidelines of the school’s appropriate practices.
- Provide expert advice in Montessori programming and interact with parents during PTM and on need basis.
- Regularly attend training/workshops and read journals to keep abreast of current developments in the area of expertise.
- Provide ongoing mentoring and coaching to teaching staff through spending time in classrooms to introduce and support new ideas, strategies, etc.
- Work with teachers in moving along the continuum of implementing the Curriculum.
- Work with Montessori classroom staff on understanding and implementing documentation as part of their curricular work.
- Work with Montessori classroom staff on learning about and implementing increased technology for communication.
- Work with classroom staff to have an understanding of progressive early childhood education and to continually learn and grow.
- Interviewing prospective candidates for respective positions through Internal Job Posting.
- Conducting performance reviews and performance review conversations of all Montessori classroom teachers during the time of appraisal.
- Supervise the use of physical space so that classrooms, common areas, and playgrounds are clean and safe.
- Provide an attractive and welcoming environment in which learning is made visible through children’s artwork or displays that promote a child’s self-esteem.
- Provide oversight to assure that these experiences are positive ones. Guides teachers for creation of assessment, report cards, diary writing, portfolios, etc.,
- Observe and guide teachers on a daily basis.
- Actively participate in regularly scheduled administrative team meetings to address health and safety, facilities, operations, human resources or other concerns.
- Keep staff apprised of professional development opportunities.
- Be flexible in scheduling to meet the needs of the overall program
- Demonstrate honesty, integrity, and commitment to confidentiality
- Show initiative in problem-solving and be open to new ideas
- Approach challenges with imagination and a sense of humor
- Create a welcoming, positive environment at school.
- Ability to train and evaluate teaching staff.
- Excellent communication skills, verbal and written in English.
- Ability to interact with families in a nurturing, compassionate, and sincere manner.
- Basic computer skills and familiarity with MS Office – MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint and digital imaging programs.