School Readiness Assistant Teachers

A school readiness assistant teacher is the immediate aid to a teacher preparing young children to engage in early learning for preschool or Kindergarten. School readiness assistant teachers typically have their associate degree or bachelor’s degree.

What are the daily duties of a school readiness assistant teacher?

School readiness assistant teachers focus on the health and well-being of students, as well as their language skills, social and emotional development, literacy, and fine motor skills. School readiness assistant teachers plan activities like story-telling, art projects, or educational play. They help feed and change children, clean classrooms, provide one on one attention, and supervise young students.

What are the soft skills needed to become an effective school readiness assistant teacher?

School readiness assistant teachers need to be patient, creative, friendly, emotionally expressive, organized, and have excellent observation skills.

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