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Boulder Journey School
1919 Yarmouth Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304
Start Date: August 2, 2021
The Boulder Journey School Teacher Education Program is a unique, one-year employment opportunity where you can study the Reggio Emilia Approach in an intimate way through the direct application of Reggio-inspired coursework in an Early Childhood classroom. During this one year, you will earn a Master’s Degree from University of Colorado Denver and a Colorado Teaching License at a significantly reduced tuition rate (non-residents are granted in-state tuition). For more information please visit: http://educators.boulderjourneyschool.com/teacher-education-program.html
Responsibilities & Duties:
Participate in a Study Trip to Reggio Emilia, Italy
Co-teach with a Mentor Teacher in a classroom and take on the daily responsibilities of a classroom teacher
Design and engage in opportunities for leadership and advocacy in the field of Early Childhood Education
Engage in ongoing collaboration and reflection on teaching practice with a cohort of peers
Co-construct a contextual curriculum with children and adults
Innovate new early childhood practices
Kindergarten School in Yorba Linda, California
Start Date: January 13, 2020
We are currently searching for an atelierista and/or a preschool lead teacher to join our enthusiastic and passionate team of teachers.
The position is for 32-40 hours per week and your main responsibility will be to guide and mentor the teaching team while role modelling exemplary practice.
As an atelierista, you will be required to mentor your colleagues to think critically and be reflective of their practice while making the learning visible within their classrooms. From time to time, you will be required to prepare presentations to share with parents and interactive workshops for your colleagues. You will provide support to your colleagues when required to improve their ability to observe and document children’s thinking, ideas and responses.
As a teacher, you are required to participate in our teaching team who is committed to ensuring that our children receive the best care and education possible, possess the knowledge, understanding, and successful execution of learning strategies which support all students in active inquiry is a team player with a good sense of humour and is passionate about teaching and learning!
You will be joining a group of dedicated, passionate professionals whose focus is very much on the child within our environment. Our well-resourced centre is committed to providing an excellent working environment through flexible employment practices and a culture that encourages and supports staff to reach their full potential. We derive our philosophy from Te Whāriki, Reggio Emilia and RIE.
In return, we offer the successful candidate supportive management, professional development opportunities both locally and internationally and competitive remuneration.
If this sounds like you and you have a minimum of 2-5 years’ solid experience working in Reggio Emilia inspired environments and be legally entitled to work in the United States we would love to hear from you!
KLA Schools of Chamblee
Start Date: September 11, 2020
This excellent career opportunity is perfect for energetic and enthusiastic specialists in early childhood education who have a passion for teaching and enriching the lives of children.
Provides meaningful and enriching experiences for children aligned with their developmental milestones.
Works together with a team of enthusiastic individuals dedicated to providing high quality education.
Documents daily happenings as well as observations of student growth.
Creates and maintains positive relationships with children and families.
The Children’s Meetinghouse
Start Date: October 1, 2020
We are looking for a new member on our team of early childhood teachers who feel inspired and excited about the Reggio Emilia philosophy. Our school is located in Concord, MA in beautiful surroundings and has a huge playground area. As a small program with plenty of space and possibilities, we are proud to have generous teacher to child ratios. We serve children from ages four months to five years in our two mixed age classrooms.
Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School, Washington, D.C.
Start Date: August 31, 2020
MILTON is currently seeking a creative and innovative full-time Pre K teacher who is ready to embrace constructivist learning through interactions with children and the environment in combination with teaching and developing foundational academic skills with developmentally appropriate practices in mind.
Teachers are expected to:
• Successfully plan and implement developmentally appropriate lessons aligned with educational philosophy and learning goals;
• Demonstrate an understanding of developmental stages and needs of young children;
• Possess skills in observation and assessment to plan learning activities;
• Understand the technology required to document and to communicate the leaning progress of children;
• Willingness to communicate and collaborate as a member of a dynamic learning team;
• Value families as partners in the child’s learning and care;
• Perform duties to maintain a safe and clean environment for children;
• Perform other duties as determined by director
Williams College, Williamstown, MA 01267
Start Date: September 1, 2020
Children’s Center Teachers
Williams College Children’s Center (WCCC)
Williams College Children’s Center is pleased to announce opening for experienced teacher to join our team dedicated to providing quality child care and education. This is a full-time (40 hrs. /wk.), year-round, regular appointment.
The Williams College Children’s Center has a warm and inviting program with state-of-the-art facilities developed expressly for early childhood education. The teacher will support the team on nurturing and safe care of children, curriculum development, developmentally appropriate practice, child guidance and relationships with the children, parent/teacher communication, and are part of state mandated ratios of staff to children at the Children’s Center, and may be required to cover in any classroom to meet ratios.
The teacher will also support the classroom program and mission and philosophy of the Center to provide high quality early education and care for our college and community families.
Williams College employs individuals who respect, are eager to learn about, and have a willingness to accept the many ways of viewing the world. Individuals with a commitment to working in a culturally competent environment and who reflect the increasing diversity of Williams families and community are encouraged to apply. In your cover letter, please highlight your experience with and commitment to supporting diverse and inclusive communities.
● High School diploma with 1 – 2 years’ experience in early childhood education, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
● A degree in Early Childhood Education or related field with experience in an early care setting, a plus
● Candidates must meet the teacher certification requirements established by the Department of Early Education and Care, or be able to obtain within two semesters of beginning employment
● Thorough knowledge of early education and care principles
● Experience with or desire to learn about curriculum development
● A solid background in developmentally appropriate practice
● Demonstrate experience working with a collaborative team to create project based emergent curriculum that is responsive to children’s interests and strengths as well as enthusiastically participating in school-wide staff inquiry and development
Review of applications will begin on January 5, 2020 and continue until the position is filled.
Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, fingerprinting, and education when applicable.
To apply for this position, please visit https://staff-careers.williams.edu. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via phone at (413) 597-4247 or email at email@example.com.
Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive.
Christ Church Nursery School
Start Date: September 1, 2020
Collaborate with with an innovative and talented staff to bring best practices to our children and families
River East School
Los Angeles, CA
Start Date: August 24, 2020
We are so excited to expand our team and are actively looking for the right candidate to fill both full-time and part-time lead teaching positions at our progressive and innovative preschool, located in Atwater Village!
Our ideal candidate has a diverse skill set and is a true team player; someone with extensive early childhood education experience, a strong command of intentional language, who is an enthusiastic, hands-on leader inspired by working with young children. Background experience in the arts, cooking, nutrition, the Reggio approach, emergent curriculum, play/inquiry-based learning and/or gardening is a huge plus! We prefer applicants to have a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in Early Childhood Development (or equivalent) with experience in the Reggio approach and emergent curriculum, but most importantly are looking for an experienced candidate who has a passion for nurturing young children’s growth.
Our Mission | Philosophy
Our mission is to create an exceptional early childcare environment which focuses on key areas such as social-emotional growth, health, wellness, nutrition, movement, creative exploration, and collaboration, where young children are supported as they learn and grow during a formative period of development. We hope to create a community of conscientious and engaged, life-long learners, who are supported and encouraged to develop their natural interests and abilities to create positive change in the world around them.
We believe education is a journey we chart together. For learning and development to happen organically, it must be communal and symbiotic – meaning the Friends’ curiosities and observations guide our teachers and allow us to develop curriculum together, propelled forward by our experience of the world around us and within us. As one recent alumni said “River East School is where you learn how to be you.”
Key Tenets of our Philosophy
Instead of instructing students, we learn and grow alongside the Friends
We incorporate research-backed principles from the science of wellness, health and mind-body connection into our daily activities and interactions.
We elevate mealtimes by making and serving delicious (and nutritious) organic meals, which is an integral component of our learning process and school experience each day
Each meal is enjoyed while gathered around the table, exchanging ideas, and encouraging adventurous food choices to help facilitate a healthy relationship with food and nutrition.
We favor expansive thought processes and elastic knowledge over fixed information or rote response.
We see children\’s play as intellectual discourse, and a unique language for the expression of ideas, collaboration and movement.
Teachers are meant to encourage and guide play, to help create an optimal environment for socialization and development.
We celebrate “slow” experiences with food, such as baking bread in house, grinding our own flour blends, or heading out to the coop to care for our chickens, and thank them for supplying our school with eggs each day.
We move at each child’s individual pace, and encourage them to not only be self-sufficient, but also to help and guide one another.
We encourage creative collaboration and often work together on collaborative projects, focusing on the process and what we experience as we work together.
We see the environment as the third teacher. Based on this belief, a great deal of care goes into the physical space to make it as cognitively and emotionally engaging as it is aesthetically beautiful.
We consistently refresh the environment based on the friends’ needs and interests.
Our Ideal Candidate | Who You Are
You love to be around children and are energized by their presence.
You have the ability to hold their attention while guiding them throughout the day. You are the ultimate team player and are able to understand the needs of the group while contributing and implementing your own perspective and ideas. You self-identify as a creative or are fascinated by creative individuals and environments.
You are willing to roll up your sleeves and get messy, but are also the type of person to clean up as you go to make sure everything is in its proper place. You have a sense of pride and ownership in your work – you take initiative in getting things done. You are reliable and responsible, especially when it comes to health and safety.
You are an excellent communicator, both in how you speak and how you write – you know how to articulate your thoughts effectively. You have no problem wearing different hats throughout the day depending on what’s needed – from caring for our school chickens to communicating updates with parents.
First Presbyterian Nursery School of Santa Monica, California
Start Date: September 1, 2020
We are accepting applications for an associate and lead teacher role beginning in Fall 2020. Associate and Lead teachers work in a collaborative environment, supporting children and their learning through observation and documentation to support curricular objectives and learning goals. Teachers are responsible for communication with families, collaboration with colleagues in the development and management of the school, maintaining an environment that is interesting, diverse and beautiful.
Quogue, NY 11959
Start Date: September 7, 2020
Seeking an experienced teacher to teach/tutor one 4 year old, 5 days per week, 5 hours per day.
The teacher will encourage the child to be independent and acts as a model for appropriate manners and behaviors.
Language and music a plus.
Responsibilities: Plan and implement the curriculum, recommend tools as applicable.
Community Childhood Learning Place
PO Box 344, 39 State Street
Castine, ME 04421
Start Date: August 31, 2020
Community Childhood Learning Place, non-profit, Maine Department of Health and Human Services licensed center, serving children, three-months to five-years-of-age, is seeking a creative and innovative full-time teacher who is ready to embrace constructivist learning through interactions with children and the environment.
Teachers are expected to:
Successfully plan and implement a constructivist classroom;
Demonstrate an understanding of developmental stages and needs of young children;
Possess skills in observation and assessment to plan learning activities;
Understand the technology required to document and to communicate the leaning progress of children;
Willingness to communicate and collaborate a member of a dynamic learning team;
Value families as partners in the child’s learning and care;
Perform duties to maintain a safe and clean environment for children;
Perform other duties as determined by director.
Creative Children’s Center
Start Date: August 26, 2020
School: Creative Children’s Center, Beaverton OR
Open Positions: Teacher (Preschool, Elementary (K-1)
Job status: Full time Position
Salary: Negotiable, based on Qualifications
Start Date: August 26, 2020
Creative Children’s Center is a Early Learning Program for children ages two through 1st Grade. Founded in 1990, our philosophy is grounded in constructionist theory & the Reggio Approach. We embrace the arts, hands on science, nature explorations, and project work. Our approach is innovative, knowledgeable, and collaborative by design. We love what we do, and it shows! If this sounds good to you, we invite you to consider joining our education team!
• Kindergarten/1st Grade Teacher
• Early Learning (preschool) Teacher
Qualified candidates will have a college degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or a related degree. We require a minimum of two years working in a private or public school, (student teaching will also be credited). Familiarity with constructivist philosophy and the Reggio Approach is welcomed.
Candidates also with have the ability to:
• Successfully plan and implement a constructivist classroom;
• Demonstrate an understanding of the developmental stages and needs of young children;
• Participate as a member of our community and teaching team in which collaboration, dialogue, and exchange are practiced values;
• Possess the knowledge, understanding, and successful execution of learning strategies which support all students in active inquiry;
• Learn the technology required to document the experiences of children and adults as well as documentation and share student/classroom experiences;
• Value parents as important partners in the work of the school by maintaining frequent contact via our parent blog, google documents, and remote learning tools;
• Bring a willingness to learn and grow with other members of the school community by participating in staff development opportunities;
• Develop, plan, and supervise school outings;
• Perform other duties identified by the director.
Together, we are empowering exceptional education.