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Teacher - CDRC Mentor
Child Development Research Center
Performs instructional and educational work while serving as a teacher in a classroom/lab. Organizes and develops course work, coordinates classes for students, observes and assesses the needs of the students. Maintains communication both formally and informally with students and other educators. May supervise clerical, professional and/or technical employees and lab students working for college credit.
- Mentor utilizing knowledge of the HighScope curriculum, developmentally appropriate practice, NAEYC accreditation standards and DFPS minimum standards in planning and facilitating lesson plans and environments.
- Mentor utilizing knowledge of the HighScope curriculum, developmentally appropriate practice, NAEYC accreditation standards and DFPS minimum standards in developing and maintaining relationships with children and families.
- Mentor and assist the toddler co-hort with the development NAEYC accreditation portfolio.
- Mentor and assist the toddler co-hort with the planning and preparation for the start of a new school year (new children, families, and college students) as well as traditional calendar events throughout the school year.
- Maintain professional ethics and positive working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, students and parents. Ability to work as a member of a professional team.
- Maintain CPR and First Aid certification for infants, children, and adults. Adhere to the Texas Family Code 231.001 as it pertains to the abuse and neglect of young children. Ensure the health, safety and supervision of children at all times.
Bachelor's degree required; Two years teaching experience required.
- Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or Human Development with a focus in young childrens development is required.
- Experience working directing in group settings with two and three-year-old children required
- Theoretical and working knowledge of Developmentally Appropriate Practice and the principles of Active Learning as they apply to 2 and 3-year-old children.
- Experience working in a NAEYC accredited program and preparing self-study materials.
- Ability to work with others closely as a team.
- Experience successfully mentoring other adults required.
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