The Pre-K Teacher will use MSDE-approved curricula and evidence-based treatment methods for preschoolers with developmental disabilities and/or medical conditions. This staff member will provide on-site early childhood developmental enrichment/education and interventions to enrolled children. Instruction will be differentiated to learner needs and aligned with the curriculum. The Pre-K teacher will lead all educational plan implementation, monitor student progress, and manage the classroom. The Pre-K teacher will maintain consistent contact with families of enrolled children.
Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or a bachelor’s degree in any field pursuing certification through the Maryland Approved Alternative Preparation Pro-gram (MAAPP) required.
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