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Preschool Teacher for 3-4 year olds
Gordon JCC
801 Percy Warner Blvd
Nashville, TN 37205

Principal Responsibilities:

Teacher will co-teach in our Reggio inspired classroom at the Gordon JCC that utilizes a play-based and project learning approach in creating and implementing activities that promote constructive learning and enhance young children's skills, self-concepts and independence.

Be part of a team of educators who support the whole child through a developmentally appropriate curriculum that embraces Jewish life and complements what happens at home. For more information about our program, please visit

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Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree required along with at least 2 years of experience in preschool. Knows or willing to learn about Jewish values and implement into the classroom and curriculum. DHS Background check required. Familiarity with or willingness to learn about the Pyramid Model for Social-Emotional Learning. Familiarity with or willingness to learn Reggio-inspired environments. Familiar with Creative Curriculum but not required.

Patient, loving, kind, encourages exploration, guides children's learning, understands developmentally appropriate curriculum; sees children as constructivist learners and self as a professional.

Agency Information:

Welcome to the Gordon Jewish Community Center. We are a membership based community center located on a secure, verdant 52 acre campus in the heart of Bellevue with easy access to Percy Warner Park, West Meade, Hillwood, Belle Meade, Sylvan Park, Franklin, Forest Hills & Green Hills.

Our Early Childhood Program

Young children learn best through active exploration and play. At the Gordon JCC Early Learning Center (ECLC), we use a Reggia Emilio approach, with hands on learning in art, music, science, literacy and math readiness. What seems like great fun to a child is actually a carefully planned approach to help develop the skills to get your child ready for kindergarten. We embrace character-building, joyful and inclusive rituals and celebrations, and a values-based environment through a Jewish lens and believe that creating community means participating with those who are different from oneself. We welcome families of all backgrounds.

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