A child educator is a dedicated instructor who prefers the learning experience that a private, in-home education offers over teaching a large class of students. As a child educator, your goal is for your charge to achieve academic success, in addition to the duties a nanny performs. Child educators are mature and nurturing, providing hands-on instruction for their charges through curriculum, special projects and practical learning experiences. You may facilitate field trips where the children will have one-on-one exposure to museums, art exhibits, science and math related excursions, and a variety of other applied learning experiences. Child educators have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, teaching credential (and/or early childhood education specialty or related experience), and instructional experience. The typical compensation is $ Protected content + benefits.