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Alphabetland Preschool LLC - Waipahu, HI
Alphabetland Preschool LLC is a locally owned company looking for a preschool teacher. This position is for our Pearl City & Waipahu branches. The position is full time and training will be...
5 days ago
KCAA PRESCHOOLS OF HAWAII - Honolulu, HI
Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Center for Early Education and Development We are looking for an inspired Pre-K teacher to join our dynamic team as part of KCAA Preschools' Demonstration Classroom in...
8 days ago

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Pre School Teacher Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Teaching Programming in Primary Schools
Understand key programming concepts and apply them using Scratch.

This free online course will provide a comprehensive introduction to programming, designed for non-subject-specialist primary...


Technological Tools for School Reform

This course explores the potential impact of modern technologies on the school reforms debate. The first part of the course provides an overview of the current state of the school reform debate...


Notability for Teachers & Students

Learn how to use Notability for iPad - an amazing note taking app for students and teachers of all levels.

If you are using an iPad in school you know how valuable a great note taking app...


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