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Career Profile: Early Intervention Teacher

It is often said that Teaching is a calling.

There are many types of Teaching Professionals. The Career Profile of the Early Intervention Teacher will be described in this article. He works together with professionals and the parents of special needs children aged six and below. The disabilities of these children can range from cerebral palsy to dyslexia.

He plans the learning program of every child individually to aid them in their social and academic skills.

An Early Intervention Teacher must be passionate and committed to helping young children and their families cope with their disabilities.

He usually possesses a Diploma in Early Childhood Education or a Diploma in Special Needs. With experience and a good track record, he may be promoted to Senior Teacher or Head of Program.

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  1. Ricky Ricky

    Thanks for this job description of the early intervention teacher.

    It is useful information.

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