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Include These Early Childhood Educator Skills
- Instruction skills
- Communication and interpersonal abilities
- Organizational skills
- Love for children and knowledge of early childhood development
- Stamina and physical fitness
- Creativity and problem solving orientation
- Computer literacy
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Dear Ms. Russell:
When I learned of your need for an experienced Early Childhood Educator to join your school’s team, I felt compelled to submit the enclosed resume for your review. As an enthusiastic and educated professional with a commitment to facilitating outstanding first educational experiences for young children, I am poised to significantly impact your school in this role.
Cultivating welcoming educational environments, incorporating diverse materials, and helping children ages 5 and under learn to thrive in new settings are just a few of the areas in which I excel. My background includes more than 14 years of experience in preparing various classroom activities, enforcing safety policies, tracking children’s social and emotional development, and disciplining students as necessary. With these skills, coupled with my Bachelor’s degree in education obtained from Tacoma City College, I am confident in my ability to make a substantial and positive impact on your students’lives.
Highlights of my qualifications include:
Developing and implementing creative educational activities for children between 2 and 5 years of age, encouraging the ongoing evolution of social, physical, and mental capabilities while providing empathic student and parent support with separation anxiety and school assimilation.
Working effectively with children stemming from diverse socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds; implementing bilingual curriculum materials to meet the needs of all students regardless of their first language.
Documenting student progress, maintaining personalized student portfolios, and reporting miscellaneous incidents as appropriate.
Leveraging my warm and compassionate personality to earn children’s and parents’trust, ease anxieties, and promote supportive and beneficial relationships.
With my experience and credentials, I am prepared to dedicate myself to the highest level of early childhood education at your school and surpass your expectations for this position. I look forward to discussing my qualifications in further detail. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Erika C. Smith