Kindergarten Teacher (but not Special Education) Salary (United Arab Emirates)
A Kindergarten Teacher (but not Special Education) earns an average salary of AED 70,750 per year. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 10 years' experience in this field.
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|Salary||AED 31,218 - AED 159,021|
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|AED 31,218 - AED 159,021|
Job Description for Kindergarten Teacher (but not Special Education)
Kindergarten teacher (who do not work in special education) oversee classrooms for children between the ages of about four and six years old; this environment is normally a child's first transition into formal education. These teachers' goal is to lay a strong foundation for future learning by the children and teach foundational skills. They need to understand different learning styles and rates, working with pupils to help them develop basic skills and facilities in areas such as reading and arithmetic; additionally, they educate students on color recognition, spatial relationships. Kindergarten teachers also impart values such as sharing, cooperation, and proper classroom behavior to the children, some of whom are spending their first extended time away from parental control in the kindergarten classroom environment. Teachers are expected to be creative, cheerful, and able to foster a nurturing, positive learning environment.Read More...
Kindergarten teachers normally work regular school hours during the week, although time beyond these hours is spent on classroom planning, grading, and evaluation. The work environment is the classroom, which at this grade level is normally expected to be a stimulating, colorful, child-friendly place.
The educational requirements for a kindergarten teacher vary by location and employer; however, in almost all cases, certification for teaching children at this age and learning level is essential. Additionally, many schools or school districts prefer to hire kindergarten teachers who possess bachelor's degrees or associate’s degrees in early childhood education or a related discipline. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Kindergarten Teacher (but not Special Education) Tasks
- Inspire a passion for learning in young children through engaging environments geared for manipulating and exploring a variety of materials.
- Demonstrate and reinforce rules for social interaction and personal responsibility.
- Teach basic academic skills of number and letter recognition while monitoring physical and emotional health in individuals.