The main role of kindergarten/primary school teachers, also referred to as elementary schoolteachers, is to instruct students in grades K-5 in Math. Kindergarten/primary school teachers create daily lesson plans, conduct classroom discussions, administer and grade tests, assign and review homework, and complete individual student assessments. Ensuring that students learn an introduction to general mathematics. And can teach in a particular area, such as calculus, trigonometry, pre-calc, geometry, algebra, and pre-algebra They also arrange parent-teacher conferences and meetings to discuss student progress, supervise after-school activities, attend staff meetings, and participate in professional development programs to keep abreast of the latest teaching methods and practices.
Duties and Responsibilities:
-Apply appropriate teaching strategies for each subject and use methods to keep students engaged, encouraging class participation;
-Planning, developing, and executing lessons that reflect the curriculum and the state’s core educational standards;
-Planning and presenting lessons to facilitate students’ understanding and application of mathematical concepts;
-Adapting the mathematics curriculum for individual, small group, and remedial instruction to meet the needs of identified students or subgroups of students;
-Teach alphabet and numeracy along with personal, social, and emotional skills;
-Assign homework and give and grade tests;
-Assess student performance and behavior to determine if they are learning at an acceptable level and pace.
-Contact parents with concerns or issues relating to their child, submit reports to administrators, and attend staff meetings to learn of any school policy changes, teaching approaches, or other relevant topics.
-Strong verbal and written communication, motivational, organizational, and leadership skills;
-Individuals should be energetic and enthusiastic, displaying a high level of tolerance, patience, and support;
-Proven working experience as a Kindergarten/Primary Math Teacher, Kindergarten/Primary Assistant, or Teacher Aide;
-Excellent knowledge of child development and the latest education theories and practices;
-Should be good listeners and enjoy working with children;
-Should be comfortable interacting with those of various backgrounds and professional levels, from parents to school administrators;
-Creating lesson plans and assisting in curriculum development;
-Applying various instructional strategies;
-Completing student progress reports;
-Managing classroom activities and student behavior;
-Communicating with parents and guardians;
-Attending professional development classes and programs.