Pre School Teacher Jobs in Gainesville, Florida

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University of Florida - Gainesville, FL
Classification Title: OPS Hourly Non Secretary/Clerk Job Description: The Baby Gator OPS Child Development Teacher's responsibilities include: Maintaining a safe, healthy, and hygienic environment for...
2 days ago
Gainesville, FL (4 miles from Gainesville, Florida)
1520 NW 34th St. at 16th BLVD. compensation: dependent on experience employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Full and Part time teachers needed. Hours for the Full time position would...
30+ days ago

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Pre-Algebra Mathematics
This free online course in Pre-Algebra mathematics for high school students will guide you through several different areas of mathematics such as integers, one-step equations, inequalities and...

Foundations of Algebra: Pre-Algebra
Pre-algebra is the first step in high school math, forming the building blocks that lead to geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. This course will help you master the basics: from addition,...

Betsy Corcoran on Choosing the Right Technology for Your School
The right tools give kids the opportunities to succeed. But in the face of tremendous choice and and fast-paced change, it is hard to judge the right technology for your students. LinkedIn...

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