Preschool Teachers help foster a young child's mind with learning and creativity. Preschool Teachers typically teach and provide child care for children aged 3 to 5.
Preschool teachers will create a stimulating environment with their upbeat, positive energy that engages a children's learning desire. They will also help fulfill the emotional needs of children. Communicating with parents and understanding the needs of the children are important tools a preschool teacher needs to possess. Most childcare learning centers will require a certain amount of early child educational credits or an associates degree.
Preschool Teachers should begin their interview preparation by researching the childcare center and the core values of that center. After identifying how the center wants to promote growth with their children, write down how your skills match their values. Here are some practice interview questions: Describe your passion for children. Why are you the best preschool teacher for our center? If a child has a biting problem, how would you handle that? What type of goals do you want to have when you are communicating with parents? For more interview questions, browse our site, Mockquestions.com.