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  • An early childhood teacher may perform the following tasks:
  • Assist children with their toileting and other personal matters
  • Attend to sick children and those in need of first aid
  • Comfort children who are hurt or distressed
  • Discuss with parents and other educators aspects of the child's development


  • Discuss with parents the aims of the education program
  • Early childhood teachers plan and conduct education programs for young children.
  • Encourage children to question and explore the world in which they live
  • Help integrate children with special needs into mainstream classes
  • Help to organize and participate in excursions to enhance learning experiences
  • Observe children to evaluate and record their progress, and recommend appropriate programs for further development and to detect signs of developmental disorder, ill health or emotional disturbance
  • Participate in community activities and parent/staff committees
  • Plan activities using a variety of materials and equipment to develop good coordination, social skills, creativity, self-expression and an interest in learning
  • Promote an awareness and appreciation of the multicultural society in which we live
  • Promote health and safety concepts and social interaction with other children
  • Promote language development and self-confidence through storytelling, drama, music and discussions
  • Supervise and work with student teachers and trainee childcare workers.
  • Work with guidance officers, speech pathologists and psychologists to assist children with special needs

Early childhood teachers may work in pre-school centers; early education classes, community kindergartens and community child care centers.


Typical Personal Requirements:

  • A keen desire to teach children
  • Able to relate to children and their families
  • Enthusiasm, tact, patience and a sense of humor
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • High level of planning and organizational skills
  • Prepared to work out of school hours.
  • Sound literacy and numeric skills
  • Willing to learn

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