AYA Montessori is an early childhood development school. Our team is comprised of a passionate group of educators, administrators and technology experts who strive to bring high-quality education to promote social, emotional, physical, creative, spiritual and intellectual growth using state of the art educational tools and techniques.
We offer a collaborative and supportive work environment with a focus on innovation in Montessori education while accelerating our team’s professional growth.
Elkridge, MD 21075 • Full-time
Arabic & Quran Teacher
Elkridge, MD 21075 • Full-time
Aya Montessori is looking for an Arabic & Quran teacher to teach ages 3-6.
Willingness to learn new things and train under our staff in teaching Arabic, Islam & Quran using the Montessori method and the curriculum that Aya Montessori developed
Experience in teaching and caring for young children, and passion for education.
Assisting the Lead Montessori teacher in daily activities and controlling the classroom when needed.
The following classes are recommended but not required: Child Growth & Development (45 hrs) , Preschool Curriculum & Activities (45 hrs), Communication Skills (9 hrs), Including all Children and the ADA, Basic Health and Safety Training
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General Requirements for ALL Aya teachers & staff:
-As a Teacher you are expected to collaborate with the AYA team to establish and maintain a quality educational program, which follows the Montessori philosophy, pedagogy and education model, as well as AYA school’s standards and values.
-We all believe in the importance of education in the early years and the long-lasting impact we have on a child’s life.
-You will also provide an immersive educational journey for students by responding to individual needs and engaging their families. The position requires that the teacher:
-Maintains an open, friendly, and cooperative relationship with each child and family.
-Assures that: each child is warmly greeted upon arrival.
-has Responds quickly in a soothing and tender manner to children; cries or calls of distress.
-Responds consistently to children’s needs for food and comfort.
-Respects individual preferences and eating styles; sits with children and shares family-style meal; models manners and good nutrition.
-Tends to children’s personal hygiene needs.
-Respects children’s curiosity about each other; ensures that children treat each other gently.
-Organizes each day’s activities to provide children with a variety of experiences and opportunities that allow them to develop curiosity, initiative, problem-solving skills, and creativity, as well as a sense of self and a feeling of belonging to the group.
-Conducts developmental screenings and ongoing assessments of toddlers and Twos to determine motor, language, social, cognitive perceptual and emotional skills.
-Completes timely, neat, accurate documentation of screenings, assessments, individualized plans, attendance, daily health checklist, feedings, daily activity logs for parents, home visits, inventories, and other documentation as may be deemed necessary for proving quality services.
-Completes menu worksheet for assigned children.
-Submits bi-weekly, written developmental plans to the center director for each child, according to growth and needs, with input from parents.
-Maintains a safe, clean, care-giving environment, practices good personal hygiene and hand washing, and assures the well-being and safety of all of the children in that environment.
-Maintains a positive, calm attitude and a pleasant, soothing voice, and models this attitude and voice for parents and others working or volunteering in the program.
-Maintains a cooperative attitude of working together with other teachers, and the center director.
-Protects all children from physical punishment or verbal abuse by anyone in any program activity, and immediately reports any such incident to the center director or person in charge.
-Provides for the physical safety of each child from arrival time until departure time.
-Observes children to detect signs of illness, injury, abuse, neglect, emotional disturbance, or other special needs, and reports these signs immediately to the center director or person in charge.