- Early Childhood Development
- At our Toddler Development program, we provide year-round, age-appropriate care to children from six months to three years of age. We offer stimulating, quality care, allowing the child to grow according to his or her own abilities. We also provide a Full Day Kindergarten which provides an enriched, Kindergarten curriculum, balanced with cultural and recreational activities.
- Our children work together, learning appropriate behavior, social skills, and sensitivity to diversity in a positive and loving setting. We are seeking student teachers who are interested in pursuing their NYS Teaching certification for ages birth-2nd grade.
- School-Aged Program
- Our school-age program is governed by a professional educator and trained staff. This program provides care to the school-age child, both before and after school, during holidays and on summer vacation. We are seeking interns pursuing a teaching degree in childhood education.
- Special Needs Program
- Our students at Red Door Learning Centers have average to above-average cognitive functioning and an accompanying disability or delay in speech and/or social skills. Accordingly, many of our students will have IEPs with classifications of either speech and language impairment or autism (with scores ranging from mild to moderate symptoms of an autism spectrum disorder without intellectual disability).
- Other classifications that may be accepted include learning disability and other health impairment. At this time, we can accommodate special education student teachers as well those who are pursuing degrees in Speech, OT, and PT.
Candidates who show exemplary execution in daily tasks will be strongly considered for a full-time position.
· Establish positive relationships between students, parents, fellow teachers, and school administrators.
· Collaborate with other staff members to create lesson plans in accordance with school curriculum standards
· Engage students in learning content through activities, assignments, materials, resources, structure, and pacing.
· Implement questioning and discussion techniques that promote student participation and knowledge acquisition.