Teacher I - Elementary School - Salary and Career
Middle School Teachers in Elementary School

Teacher I - Elementary School - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They teach classes in elementary school from 1st to 4th grade, teaching students with literacy techniques, artistic and body expression, carrying out planning activities for the school year, discussing the school's proposal, participating in the definition of the pedagogical proposal, setting goals, defining objectives and schedules and selecting content, preparing classes, researching and selecting materials and information, diagnosing students' reality and evaluating their knowledge, following the students' development process and applying assessment instruments, they can interact with the school community, seeking to raise their awareness on fundamental issues for citizenship and quality of life.

How much does an Teacher I - Elementary School earn

A Teacher I - Elementary School earns between $1.250 and $7.422 per month, with an average monthly salary of $2.740 and a median salary of $1.998 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 34.378 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Teacher I - Elementary School

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 2.740 32.876 685 19
1º Quartile 1.250 15.000 312 9
Median Salary 1.998 23.980 500 14
3º Quartile 5.661 67.927 1.415 40
Higher Salary 7.422 89.068 1.856 52

Professional job categories

  • Middle level technicians
    • lay and mid-level teachers
      • high school teachers in early childhood education, elementary school and vocational training
        • middle school teachers in elementary school

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Main workplaces

Middle School Teachers in Elementary School they work in public and private schools from the first to fourth grades of unigrade and multigrade classes. Professionals in the public network are predominantly statutory, there are municipalities that hire under the CLT regime. There are also teachers who are admitted to the public network without a competitive examination and are called occupation function occupants (OFA). In the private network, they are employed with a formal contract. They work in pedagogical teams, with permanent supervision, indoors and during daytime hours.

What does it take to work in the field of Middle School Teachers in Elementary School

The exercise of this occupation requires training at a professional level in teaching. As of 2007, the minimum training requirement will be a complete higher education degree.

Functions and activities of Teacher I - Elementary School

Middle School Teachers in Elementary School must:

  • prepare lesson;
  • planning the academic year;
  • prepare class;
  • communicate;
  • minister class;
  • plan the school year;
  • teaching classes;
  • diagnose the students' reality;
  • diagnose the reality of students;
  • teaching class;
  • awareness of the school community;
  • raise the school community;
  • diagnosing students' reality;
  • raising awareness in the school community;
  • evaluate students;
  • diagnose students' reality;
  • plan the academic year;
  • raising awareness of the school community;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • raise school community awareness;

  • Activities

    • recycle material;
    • define extracurricular activities and events;
    • demonstrate discernment;
    • clarify doubts;
    • view student calendar;
    • call parents of students;
    • integrating families into the school community;
    • telling stories;
    • define teaching material;
    • mediate teaching and learning;
    • select content;
    • dramatizing situations;
    • participate in meetings;
    • visit places for studies;
    • apply questionnaires;
    • request support from guidance or coordination;
    • select textbooks;
    • discuss the school proposal;
    • participate in councils;
    • apply body expression techniques;
    • define assessment methods;
    • distributing material;
    • fill in records;
    • reply to communications;
    • search information;
    • participating in the elaboration of rules of conduct;
    • refer students to support professionals (psychologists, pedagogues, speech therapists);
    • participating in the definition of the pedagogical proposal;
    • request material;
    • demonstrate impartiality;
    • demonstrate versatility;
    • debate ideas and themes;
    • buy material;
    • performing recreational activities;
    • set schedule;
    • elaborate assessment instruments;
    • demonstrate sociability;
    • review contents;
    • provide information about support professionals;
    • fill call list;
    • select material;
    • work as a team;
    • serve as a conduct reference;
    • diagnose students' prior knowledge;
    • consult the report of the previous year's class;
    • evaluate participation;
    • evaluate planning;
    • interpreting cognition pretest results;
    • adopting disciplinary measures;
    • exchange information and experiences with colleagues, community, students and coordination;
    • perform supporting readings;
    • identify the family reality;
    • overcoming adverse situations;
    • participate in professional and community events and meetings;
    • demonstrate self-confidence;
    • interact with the group;
    • systemize material and information;
    • make material;
    • charge tasks;
    • fill report cards;
    • passing homework;
    • correct assessment instruments;
    • select recreational activities;
    • show patience;
    • develop projects;
    • get organized;
    • self-control;
    • fill out class diary;
    • define strategies;
    • search for material (publishers, internet);
    • set goals;
    • praise student progress;
    • demonstrate consistency;
    • check material;
    • participate in meetings with coordination and board;
    • apply assessment tools;
    • monitor the student development process;
    • interviewing parents and students;
    • maintain discipline;
    • delivering lectures;
    • work in a group;
    • develop lesson plan;
    • mediate self-correction activities;
    • evaluate behavior;
    • fill in cards (concepts, notes);
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • expose orally;
    • select textbooks;
    • discussing concepts of conduct;
    • fill in evaluation report;
    • teaching artistic techniques;
    • observe students;
    • demonstrate dynamism;
    • serve parents of students;
    • exchange ideas with previous year's teacher;
    • provide board subsidies;
    • send announcements;
    • mediating conflicts;

    Sectors that hire Teacher I - Elementary School the most in the job market

    • general public administration
    • elementary school
    • child education - pre-school
    • high school
    • welfare services without accommodation
    • child education - day care
    • other teaching activities
    • activities of associations for the defense of social rights
    • technical level vocational education
    • higher education - undergraduate and postgraduate

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