Montessori Preschool hiring teaching assistant

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St Louis Montessori Preschool is hiring a teaching assistant!!


Prepare lesson materials, bulletin board displays, exhibits, equipment, and demonstrations.
Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers, using lectures, discussions, or supervised role-playing methods.
Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
Supervise students in classrooms, halls, cafeterias, school yards, and gymnasiums, or on field trips.
Conduct demonstrations to teach such skills as sports, dancing, and handicrafts.
Distribute teaching materials such as textbooks, workbooks, papers, and pencils to students.
Distribute tests and homework assignments, and collect them when they are completed.
Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
Grade homework and tests, and compute and record results, using answer sheets or electronic marking devices.
Instruct and monitor students in the use and care of equipment and materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage.
Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
Organize and label materials, and display students’ work in a manner appropriate for their eye levels and perceptual skills.
Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
Participate in teacher-parent conferences regarding students’ progress or problems.
Plan, prepare, and develop various teaching aids such as bibliographies, charts, and graphs.
Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas, and submit outlines to teachers
Take class attendance, and maintain attendance records.
Attend staff meetings, and serve on committees as required.
Requisition and stock teaching materials and supplies.
Type, file, and duplicate materials.


Unlike teachers, teacher's aides are not always required to have an undergraduate degree and often receive the bulk of their training on-the-job. A high school diploma may be enough to get a job as a teacher's aide in some districts, but those who earn a college degree often have better opportunities for advancement. On-the-job training typically covers learning the rules and operating procedures of their school, computer and AV equipment training, record keeping and classroom material preparation.

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