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Education Trends Early Childhood Special Needs Teachers At Home

Education Trends Early Childhood Special Needs Teachers At Home enables you to reach educators who work in elementary schools while targeting them at their home address. These educators are responsible for creating lesson plans and teaching students with special needs in a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs. Common special needs includes challenges with learning, communication challenges, emotional and behavioral disorders, physical disabilities, and developmental disorders. These educators are patient, communicative, and truly passionate about working with children and teaching creatively while supporting students' physical, mental, and social development.

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DESCRIPTION

Education Trends Early Childhood Special Needs Teachers At Home enables you to reach educators who work in elementary schools while targeting them at their home address. These educators are responsible for creating lesson plans and teaching students with special needs in a way that addresses the students’ individual differences and needs. Common special needs includes challenges with learning, communication challenges, emotional and behavioral disorders, physical disabilities, and developmental disorders. These educators are patient, communicative, and truly passionate about working with children and teaching creatively while supporting students’ physical, mental, and social development.

 

Education professionals work with other teachers, teaching assistants or teaching aides, school administrators, and other childcare workers to ensure that all important aspects of child development are addressed and attended to. This includes language development, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, reading skills, emotional development, and social development. Early Childhood Special Needs classroom teachers work closely with other education professionals including speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, gifted and talented teachers and special education teachers to assist students with additional needs. These teachers adapt to a variety of teaching strategies with their colleagues including collaborative or co-teaching, push in teaching, and pull out teaching.

 

These special education teachers have completed college, and have taken courses in subjects such as early childhood education, childhood growth and development, observation and assessment, educational psychology, education technology, motor skill development, screening, social learning, language, literacy, childhood health, safety, and nutrition. Many often have a strong college background in a core subject area such as English, Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, or a Foreign Language. Teachers hold a bachelors degree or higher, and have completed rigorous testing, student teaching, and background checks. Teachers that have received a masters degree, are often dual certified.

 

Teaching curriculum varies greatly between school districts. To teach their students educators do classroom activities with children including arts and crafts, story time, problem solving with games and puzzles, group activities to help kids build social skills, and activities that teach basic skills such as numbers, the alphabet, and sounds. In addition, early childhood educators are responsible for disciplining children appropriately, keeping them safe, and regularly evaluating their progress. Early childhood teachers generally prepare reports for parents and school administrators regarding students’ progress and skills.

 

Being a teacher is a 24/7 job, and work does not end when the dismissal bells rings. Teachers do a lot of their work at home long after school hours have ended. They spend time evaluating papers, tests, and homework, writing lesson plans, researching new ideas for lessons, reading books and preparing for lessons, gathering supplies, and communicating with parents. Teachers also attend teacher/staff development days, parent/teacher conferences, open house, school fundraising events, school sporting events, school concerts, and school theatrical events. They are active not only in their schools, but also in their communities.

 

Teachers are perfect prospects for any education offer including classroom supplies, books, teacher resources, educational DVDs, credit cards, children’s magazines, teacher novelty items, zoo’s, and museums.

 

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Age $10.00/M
Childs Age $15.00/M
Ethnic/Ethnicity $25.00/M
Gender/Sex $10.00/M
Geo/Geographical $10.00/M
Home Owner $10.00/M
Household Income $10.00/M
Level of Education $15.00/M
Lifestyle $25.00/M
Mail Order Buyers $10.00/M
Marital Status $10.00/M

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CD ROM $50.00/F
DISKETTE $50.00/F
EMAIL $75.00/F