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Top 43 Elementary School Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Elementary School Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Elementary School Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.2% of Elementary School Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Elementary School Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Elementary School Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Used and implemented classroom management techniques to maintain organization, orderliness, student safety, and a productive learning environment.
  • Applied appropriate Classroom Management Techniques, individualized to each student/classroom's developmental and emotional needs.
  • Maintain classroom rules and implement clear expectations of student behavior for effective classroom management.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques that created a positive, nurturing and structured environment.
  • Implement effective classroom management techniques, using Responsive Classroom approach.
  • Established classroom management techniques built on mutual respect and expectations.
  • Provide a classroom management/discipline plan ensuring safety at all times.
  • Participated in all aspects of daily classroom management.
  • Established and maintained excellent classroom management.
  • Maintained classroom management and records.
  • Implemented effective classroom management strategies.
  • Read literature, evaluated students, gave instruction, maintained classroom management program in English and in Spanish.
  • Implemented Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and other responsive classroom management incentives to promote community building.
  • Plan and lead professional development workshops on classroom management techniques, utilizes Uncommon Schools techniques.
  • Collaborated with other teachers, administrators, and staff on effective classroom management techniques.
  • Participated in all aspects of daily classroom management including whole and small group lesson.
  • Collaborated with the other 3rd grade teachers to maintain effective classroom management routines.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with classroom management.
  • Utilized effective classroom management - Integrated classroom routines designed to increase the predictability and student independence in the classroom setting.
  • Create and implement effective lesson plans Practice effective classroom management Assess student achievement and success

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2. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Exhibited flexibility and teamwork through collaboration with grade level teachers and adapting to student needs in accordance to district expectations.
  • Used Total Physical Response and Storytelling methodology at different grade levels.
  • Developed and monitored curriculum-based programs, assessments and grade level goals.
  • Served as grade level chair/representative.
  • Demonstrated high performance standards, including attention to schedules, deadlines, grade level budgets and quality work.
  • Served as a Math, Science, and Social Studies teacher for the second and third grade levels.
  • Planned and incorporated lessons across subject and grade levels which included Math, Geography, Politics and History.
  • Developed school-wide calendar that incorporated state, county, administrative and grade level plans for the year.
  • Planned writing lessons for the entire team and collaborated with grade level team on all lessons.
  • Team leader, led grade level collaboration meetings for 11 teachers on the team.
  • Grade Level Chairperson, Test Proctor, Effective Behavior and Instructional Support Team Leader
  • Evaluated and modified scope and sequence of educational media of multiple grade levels.
  • Trained in and implemented Project Read instruction on 3rd & 4th Grade Levels.
  • Selected as Building Career Ladder and grade level chairperson.
  • Collaborated with grade level team for lesson planning.
  • Grade levels included kindergarten to fourth grade.
  • Grade level chair for one semester.
  • Collaborated with the school-based problem solving committee to strategize ways to better assist students performing below grade level.
  • Direct Instructor of third grade Grade Level Chair Acting Math Facilitator Teacher of the Quarter
  • Grade Level Chairperson 3 Years * Set and Achieved Goals, Maintaining a Highly-Effective Yearly Rating Leadership Capacities

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3. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Designed, developed and instructed elementary school curriculum for English language arts literacy, mathematics, science and social studies.
  • Designed, planned, and implemented the Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science curriculum for third grade students.
  • Plan and develop various classroom centers to foster development of literacy, mathematics, communication, and general knowledge.
  • Provided small group instruction and academic intervention in preparation for the New York State ELA and Mathematics exams.
  • Teach in the areas of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, History, and Intervention.
  • Administered small group instruction to help students with difficult tasks in mathematics and English Language Arts.
  • Conduct classes in academic subjects such as English, Reading, and Mathematics.
  • Selected to score the 2006 New York State 5th Grade Mathematics exam.
  • Contributed ideas towards improving mathematics teaching K-12 on the math vertical committee.
  • Worked as a mathematics teacher for fourth, fifth and sixth graders.
  • Facilitated ELA, NYSED Mathematics, and Social Studies Examination preparation.
  • Received teacher training in mathematics and science for bilingual students.
  • Specialized in mathematics and science (job share)
  • Introduced Connected Mathematics program which emphasized critical thinking skills and problem solving through use of manipulatives and outdoor activities.
  • Provided rigourous instruction in Language Arts, Mathematics, English Language Development and other core subject areas.
  • Assist students with reading, writing, and mathematics Assist teacher with grading students work
  • Led a class of varying ability levels in Mathematics using Harcourt HSP Math program.
  • Use computer software and CD-ROMs to teach mathematics and motivate students.
  • Designed lesson plans for all subjects including mathematics, spanish, english, geography, and science.
  • Assessed student learning and instructed cooperative structures Planned and implemented Everyday Mathematics Program World Teach, Eenhana, Namibia

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4. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Designed curriculum and Lesson Plans that are cross-referenced with Missouri State academic standards.
  • Created lesson plans based on grade 5th curriculum and instructed a class of 20 students in all subjects.
  • Create lesson plans to engage students in meaningful learning situations while providing for the needs of all learners.
  • Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans, administered testing, tracked and analyzed class performance.
  • Developed lesson plans and teaching strategies to promote excellence in learning, retention and testing results.
  • Planned and implemented daily lesson plans according to New Jersey state common core curriculum standards.
  • Prepare lesson plans and provide education for the 3rd graders of Apostolic Christian Academy
  • Created lesson plans and instructed Science and Spanish in grades 6th through 8th.
  • Assess student skills from lesson plans to meet or exceed goals and objectives.
  • Created lesson plans in accordance with state curriculum and school-wide curriculum standards.
  • Create and executed lesson plans for a variety of subjects.
  • Developed lesson plans, met with parents and administration.
  • Developed lesson plans that utilize state goals and objectives.
  • Developed and executed lesson plans for all the classes.
  • Design and put up bulletins according to lesson plans.
  • Prepare lesson plans, assignments and assessments.
  • Developed daily lesson plans from scratch.
  • Plan and implement daily lesson plans for Math, ELA, Social Studies, and Science to a variety of ability levels..
  • Created weekly lesson plans based on individual workplans created for students to chart progress on what they are learning.
  • Developed and adapted lesson plans to meet the needs of a multi-grade classroom.

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5. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for difference in student learning styles through organizing information, effective communication and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Utilized the behavior management program, Love and Logic Employed game-based activities and techniques to encourage student learning and classroom community
  • Designed appropriate assessments and modified teaching strategies to ensure student learning and improvement.
  • Develop and implement student learning and behavior plans for desired improvements.
  • Conducted assessments and maintained data to support student learning
  • Analyzed NWEA scores to identify areas of student weaknesses and strengths and modified curriculum to meet needs and improve student learning.
  • Conducted student learning and skill assessments to assess learning or developmental issues; created individual learning plans and monitor performance.
  • Assessed the skill level of students to provide individualized classroom instruction to address different student learning styles and needs.
  • Assessed student learning, modify lessons to create meaningful, authentic learning for students, and prepare bulletin boards.
  • Assessed student learning and growth using every pupil responses, exit passes, quizzes, and tests.
  • Estimated time required for direct instruction, student practice and application, and evaluation of student learning.
  • Employed learning centers and cooperative techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Collaborate with teachers and administrators to develop, evaluate, and revise student learning objectives.
  • Assessed student learning formally and informally through the use of a variety of assessments.
  • Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
  • Assess student learning, communicate with parents and collaborate with other faculty.
  • Used technology in conjunction with lesson plans to improve student learning.
  • Created and achieved Student Learning Outcome and Educator Effectiveness Plan goals.
  • Utilized a variety of assessment tools to evaluate student learning.
  • Utilized summative and formative assessments for student learning.

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6. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive instruction and motivation to general education students and those with special needs within a mainstreamed, inclusive classroom.
  • Practiced equality while teaching culturally diverse students and children with special needs and physical handicaps.
  • Administer standardized ability and achievement tests to kindergarten or elementary students with special needs.
  • Worked as a paraprofessional and individually taught a special needs child
  • Assisted learners with special needs to stay fit and active through structured activities such as yoga, kickball, and basketball.
  • Created and implemented curriculum, and managed an inclusive classroom which incorporated a wide range of special needs and at-risk students.
  • Notified site administrator of the special needs of students who display characteristics that vary from the norm.
  • Specialized instruction dealing with special needs students, such as; ADHD, OCD, SED.
  • Worked effectively on a one on one with ELL and students with special needs.
  • Created individualized programs for special needs students within class setting with resource specialist.
  • Planned lessons and activities for the typical student and students with special needs.
  • Assisted in identifying special needs students from low performing students.
  • Adapted instruction to incorporate the inclusion of special needs students.
  • Coordinated placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes.
  • Teach various grades and subjects including children with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs students.
  • Entrusted with the care of a special needs child, five days a week.
  • Assisted in modifying instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs..
  • Teach various grades and subjects including children with special needs.. * Work with administration to accomplish local and state goals.
  • Planned accommodations for students with special needs - Led Kingwood's scholars bowl.

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7. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Dedicated elementary educator delivered enthusiastic instructions of reading, writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies for primary-grade children.
  • Planned lesson plans that reflect state and city standards in reading, writing, math, science, social studies.
  • Educated students in the following subjects: Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Health.
  • Created a social studies unit for 3rd grade and taught independently for whole class instruction.
  • Created and implemented lessons in reading, math, social studies, and science.
  • Provided team instruction in English, science, math, social studies and art.
  • Develop and assess fourth-grade curriculum as part of science and social studies design teams.
  • Created self-guided, project-based social studies lessons focused on the interpretation of primary sources.
  • Specialized subject taught, such as math, science, or social studies.
  • Created social studies performances teaching tolerance which were performed for the community.
  • Grade chair for Science and Social Studies Professional Learning Communities.
  • Acted as Social Studies liaison.
  • Created a 5th Grade Social Studies Pacing Guide (2008).
  • Designed and taught cross curricular lessons and units in area of science, social studies, literature, and writing.
  • Designed a Social Studies class that centered on community in order to address a variety of learnings styles.
  • Tied theme into Social Studies, Visual Arts Standards, and Math and ELA Common Core Standards.
  • Plan and implement integrated reading, science, and social studies theme units.
  • Checked and graded students' homework and tests Guided students solve in-class assignments Planned and carried through social studies lessons
  • Followed a strict education plan for rigorous Language, Math, and Social Studies curricul .
  • Designed a unit plan with lessons and activities for an inaugural Social Studies Curriculum "Study of the World".

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8. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct Reading in Low- and Hi- level phases, Social Studies, Language Arts, Current Events, and Character Education.
  • Devised new social studies and science units of study to implement and integrate English Language Arts Common Core standards.
  • Maintain compliance with Georgia Professional Standards in math, science, social studies, reading, and language arts.
  • Generated daily lesson plan for Math, Social Studies, Language Arts, Reading, and Writing subjects.
  • Implemented language arts, math, science, social studies, and religion in a 3rd grade classroom.
  • Created lesson plans and guided practice activities in English Language Arts, Math, and Science.
  • Established curriculum and class schedules in reading and language arts for grades 6 and 7.
  • Provide content area instruction for all subjects including Spanish Language Arts in a 70/30 Program.
  • Collaborated on the design and implementation of the language arts curriculum for District 6.
  • Prepared lesson plans for Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Second year I taught sixth through eighth grade language arts and social studies.
  • Integrate instructions in science, language arts, and social studies.
  • Instructed Language Arts, Social Studies, and Current Events.
  • Teach grades 3 through 5 English Language Arts (Reading, Math, and Science).
  • Put special emphasis on the following subjects: Language Arts (Reading and Writing in Sp.
  • Stone Creek Elementary School Facilitated learning in Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies
  • Organized Schedule of Activities every week: Language Arts (Reading, Writing in Eng.
  • Hired as a part time Language Arts and Math teacher for 2nd grade.
  • Middle school teacher of Literature and Language Arts Social Studies grades 5 & 6
  • Assisted development of language arts and math curriculums and Archdiocesan Self-Study.

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9. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Served as a consultant to the instructional teaching staff in matters concerning identification of learning needs and curriculum development.
  • Developed and installed two grant-approved Yamaha Music in Education Keyboard Labs for student use; oversaw lab curriculum development.
  • Maintained professional competence by attending staff development programs, curriculum development meetings and other professional activities.
  • Worked on various committees to ensure curriculum development included components of Common Core Standards.
  • General classroom management of students, curriculum development/delivery, administrative and regulated benchmark testing.
  • Facilitated in the curriculum development, as the Extended Learning Opportunity curriculum planner.
  • Contributed to curriculum development and enhanced Balanced Literacy Approach to Language Arts instruction.
  • Served as contributing member of curriculum development committees.
  • Collaborate with teachers and administrators in curriculum development.
  • Involved in Academic Planning and Curriculum Development
  • Served on Curriculum Development Committee.
  • Led and assisted in curriculum development
  • Participated in curriculum development programs.
  • Planned, organized and coordinated grade and school level curriculum development, meetings and field trips as Grade Level Chair Person.
  • Home room teacher - Responsible for students teaching, planning, curriculum development, and student supervision.
  • Served on school committees focused on curriculum development, and technology needs of our school.
  • Trained new teachers/staff in the classroom procedures and curriculum development.
  • Use assessment data to refine curriculum and inform instructional practices Participate in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions
  • Led Professional Learning teams and bi-monthly professional development sessions Led and assisted many curriculum development projects.
  • Served on curriculum development committees for both reading and sciencecurriculum.

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10. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Expanded learning ranges for the entire classes, small groups and individuals using instruction, cooperative education, and art.
  • Use data from MAP and LinkIt testing to develop centers and form small groups to help students reach mastery.
  • Assisted head teacher and worked with small groups of general and special education students in math and reading
  • Helped in reading and language arts for small groups and for children with differentiated learning needs.
  • Teach Tier 1 reading and small groups during an intervention block based on MAP percentiles.
  • Reinforce lessons presented by teachers by reviewing material with students one-on-one or in small groups.
  • Used NWEA, CPS Benchmark and formative assessment data to differentiate instruction for small groups.
  • Work with behavioral issues, special needs students and small groups throughout the day.
  • Developed innovative curriculum to instruct individual students, small groups and whole classes.
  • Tutored math to small groups of 3rd graders, once a week.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help with difficult subjects.
  • Teach individual students, small groups, and whole group instruction.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for small groups in grades K-5.
  • Lead whole class, small groups, and one-on-one instruction.
  • Teach using small groups in order to differentiate instruction.
  • Read books to entire classes or small groups.
  • Tutored individual students as well as small groups.
  • Worked with students in small groups.
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL Tutored students individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Tutored students individually and in small groups for Istep and Iread assessments.

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11. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Organized field trips to historic and culturally significant sites, with class activities to extend learning.
  • Maintained frequent communication with parents via e-mail and classroom website listing class activities and homework.
  • Worked as assist San Marcos Independent School District teachers and students in class activities;.
  • Prepared materials and classroom for class activities and standardized state testing.
  • Prepared lesson plans and in-class activities for grades 1-6.
  • Assist teachers in the preparation and cleanup of class activities
  • Prepare daily lesson plans and materials for class activities.
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepared classrooms for all class activities.
  • Prepare lesson plans and manage class activities * Instruct students individually and in groups (lectures, discussions).
  • Tutored in Math & Science Aided teacher in conducting class activities and controlling groups of students Planned and taught 2x/week
  • Collect and analyze date from student's Individualized Education Plan Escort students to and from class activities.

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12. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in weekly principal lead data clusters and professional development as well as Literacy and Math Professional Developments.
  • Initiated support from neighborhood library to discuss community literacy awareness.
  • Apply best practices learned from Children's Literacy Initiative to increase students' academic success in reading & writing.
  • Collaborated with 1st grade teachers and specialists to create a differentiated plant unit integrating literacy and science.
  • Organize and maintain records of student and professional growth in online databases and physical literacy folders.
  • Selected as a classroom for promoting Milwaukee through SHARP Literacy's Young Author's Workshops.
  • Instructed grades K-6 in weekly lessons in literature, technological, and informational literacy.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Utilized a balance literacy program incorporating reading, writing, listening and speaking.
  • Create balanced literacy groups in accordance with FCAT and FAIR Diagnostic scores.
  • Served on school improvement plan, grants writing, Literacy Club committees.
  • Instruct students in math, social studies, and literacy.
  • Managed literacy instruction for two classes of 26 students.
  • Conducted reading, literacy and writing lessons.
  • Lead teacher for literacy and social studies.
  • Created, developed and presented test preparation materials aligned with New Standards and developed a literacy-based school-wide social studies curriculum.
  • Integrate technology through the curriculum units that include computer literacy skills, modified activities to meet individual needs of students.
  • Planned literacy lessons for the Immokalee Readers after-school tutoring program which matched high school tutors with identified second graders.
  • Led extended literacy groups with eight at-risk students and helped them improve by 2 Fountas & Pinnell reading levels.
  • Awarded Teacher of Excellent for literacy instructions .

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13. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared instructional materials and develop homework assignments based on individual assessment of student needs and academic progress.
  • Prepared instructional materials, supervised classrooms, taught/thoroughly evaluated student learning.
  • Adapted teaching methods/ instructional materials to meet students varying needs/interest.
  • Adapted and developed instructional materials appropriate for ELL students.
  • Coordinated and developed lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Cataloged and wrote instructional materials for departmental duties.
  • Identified and secured training aids and instructional materials.
  • Developed Illinois Learning Standards aligned curriculum and instructional materials in science, math, reading, and writing for grade 3.
  • Provided suggestions in the selection of a wide variety of instructional materials based on program requirements and student needs.
  • Earned high marks for the quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Created all instructional materials, using various curricula and resources to best meet the needs of students.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Provided students with the appropriate tools and instructional materials to address their needs.
  • Planned and prepared daily lessons, assignments, and instructional materials.
  • Maintained inventory of instructional materials, aids, and equipment.
  • Provided instructional materials to appeal to all learning styles.
  • Prepared instructional materials for classroom and at-home use.
  • Created quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson plans, and instructional materials used in teaching diverse subjecst.
  • Developed differentiated learning activities and instructional materials to address student ability and learning styles.

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14. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Developed/implemented a curriculum for principal subject areas using Core Curriculum benchmarks.
  • Provided instruction in all subject areas through the use of creative lesson planning in accordance to curriculum using various multidisciplinary methods.
  • Created lesson plans and instructed all academic subject areas to classrooms of up to 32 students in grades 1 and 5.
  • Developed lesson plans that aligned with NC Standard Course of Study for all subject areas, including seven ESL students.
  • Developed lesson plans to meet all subject areas and creatively developed instructional lessons to apply to real life situations.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for all subject areas, creating plans that keep students interested and actively engaged.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans in standards based instruction in all subject areas for 19 1st grade students.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans in all subject areas for students in grades K-3rd grade.
  • Improved student scores in core subject areas through small group interventions and whole group presentations.
  • Subject areas include language arts, math, writing, social studies and science.
  • Develop additional tools to assess and measure students' individual understanding of subject areas.
  • Co-authored curriculum map in all subject areas for school-wide manual.
  • Design and execute effective lesson plans in all subject areas.
  • Instructed all subject areas to students of various ability levels
  • Develop and implement lesson plans across all subject areas.
  • Created and presented curriculum in multiple subject areas.
  • Prepare instructional units for all subject areas.
  • Designed multi-disciplinary projects to maximize student involvement across all subject areas.
  • Lead classroom instruction in all basic subject areas; reading, writing, math, social studies, and science.
  • Perform teacher duties to include instruction of all major subject areas and executed lesson plans.

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15. State Standards
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Here's how State Standards is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Administer weekly assessments to measure competency by district and state standards
  • Provided core curriculum as prescribed by the district's framework and aligned lesson plans to the California State Standards.
  • Develop and design lessons to tailor to students' individual needs, based on state standards and student data.
  • Co-planned each week with grade level partner and bilingual teacher for all subjects using Common Core State Standards.
  • Collaborated with grade-level teachers on year's curriculum and created lesson plans that met all State standards.
  • Collaborated with the third grade team teachers while planning and implementing lessons to meet state standards.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum to meet state standards, realizing increases in both math and reading.
  • Followed not only national and state standards but also incorporated Tucson Diocese standards for faith.
  • Analyzed Common Core State Standards for use in the classroom during the upcoming year.
  • Created curriculum for 3rd grade students and assessed their ability per the state standards.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans in accordance to NJ Common Core State Standards.
  • Develop a curriculum map suitable for teaching the Common Core State Standards.
  • Implemented New York State standards into daily lesson plans and achieved benchmarks.
  • Planned, delivered, and evaluated lessons based on California State Standards.
  • Administer appropriate district curriculum which is aligned with the Nevada State Standards.
  • Utilize state standards/benchmarks to guide the development of lessons and activities.
  • Planned extensive lesson plans that covered many Sunshine State Standards.
  • Planned and taught math lessons aligned to State Standards.
  • Used state standards to create rigorous objective driven lessons.
  • Average 81% mastery on Common Core state standards

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated core subjects through both co-teaching and independent teaching models.
  • Develop and present creative lessons that focus on core subjects, as well as a personal and academic growth.
  • Developed creative curriculum that focused not only on core subjects, but personal and academic progression as well.
  • Worked as a classroom teacher at Howard Hall Elementary School teaching 5th grade all core subjects.
  • Worked at Fuquay-Varina Elementary School teaching 4th grade and 2nd grade all core subjects.
  • Instruct 3rd grade curriculum at a diverse elementary school teaching all core subjects.
  • Created and delivered lessons in all core subjects to 25 students daily.
  • Teach all general and core subjects in correlation with the Common Core Standards
  • Planned for and taught core subjects to the 3rd grade students.
  • Instructed students in all core subjects as a 2nd grade teacher.
  • Prepared lesson plans to teach all core subjects in English.
  • Provided instruction of all core subjects to elementary students.
  • Developed lessons plans and instructed students in core subjects.
  • Designed yearly curriculum planning for core subjects.
  • Teach core subjects, reading, math, science and social studies to 4th grade students.
  • Created interdisciplinary, thematic units and daily/weekly lesson plans connecting core subjects as dynamic, multisensory, and hands-on learning experiences.
  • Set measureable goals for students and collected data in core subjects while implementing and adjusting instruction appropriately to realize the goals.
  • Self-contained Classroom Instructor Teaching 4th - 5th grade bilingual class in both Spanish and English with core subjects in Spanish.
  • facilitated learning of all core subjects to third graders in an inclusion classroom.
  • Worked at Angier Elementary School teaching 5th grade students all core subjects.

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Here's how IEP is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in IEP meetings providing necessary documentation for implementation of student plans.
  • Helped develop IEP goals for students to help meet their needs by coming up with strategies to use in the classroom.
  • Full inclusion of a student with Downs Syndrome into my 3/4th grade class, including implementation of the students IEP.
  • Maintained records and personal files of students in classroom and well as IEP's for my inclusive students.
  • Collaborate with special education teacher for students in full-inclusive setting to meet IEP goals.
  • Attended and participated in IEP Meetings with other colleagues and parents.
  • Modify work for special needs students according to their IEP.
  • Accommodate students with IEP in the general education setting.
  • Participated in IEP meetings for Special Need Students.
  • Implement and report on individual student IEP.
  • Completed IEP'S, parent conferences.
  • Attended IEP Meetings and Parent Conferences.
  • Prepared IEP's for students.
  • Provided Fundations/Wilson instruction to IEP ED/
  • Prepared and implemented IEPs and 504 Plans for Exceptional Student Education (ESE) learners.
  • Devise and present documents for Individual Education Plan (IEP) conferences.
  • Assessed students' needs, drafting IEPs to suit learning abilities.
  • Compiled and created IEPs for Special Education students.
  • Developed and implemented individual IEPs for non-inclusionary instruction.
  • Develop Individual Educational Plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, physical, and social development.

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Attended required meetings and collaborated with grade level/ staff members and administrators on/ about academic curriculum standards.
  • Analyzed and evaluated learner needs and integrated their achievements with other professional staff members.
  • Observed classroom lessons and provided timely feedback to participating staff members.
  • Provided computer troubleshooting and technical assistance to staff members
  • Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration with staff members.
  • Team player with excellent management and communication skills, willing to share professional skills with other staff members.
  • Served on a school committee that focused on the social well-being of staff members, students and families.
  • Collaborate with parents and other staff members in order to facilitate a cohesive learning environment for the students.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Provided tutoring for staff members and developed an after school ESL program for students.
  • Trained more than 200 students and 15 staff members in basic computer skills.
  • Provided continuous, high-quality support to principal and other staff members as needed.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to meet student intervention needs.
  • Established good relationships with parents and other staff members.
  • Communicated with parents, staff members and administration.
  • Organized and distributed materials to staff members.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and interpersonal skills through differentiation Continuously communicated with parents and other staff members working with the class
  • Created and presented staff development trainings designed to ensure that staff members were knowledgeable about program components.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Worked collaboratively with other staff members to ensure that student curriculum was being taught.

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19. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum for a 32 student classroom that fostered independence and encouraged social development while teaching reading, writing and mathematics.
  • Documented, analyzed and used student data information to track academic and social development of my students.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Supervised centers to enhance cognitive, emotional, physical and social development.
  • Create a positive classroom environment to support the emotional, academic and social development of students of various backgrounds and abilities.
  • Observed assigned students and provide positive feedback on student s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Design and implement lessons, and assess student performance, behavior, and social development on a daily basis.
  • Researched/created curriculum that combined challenge and fun to promote scholastic and social development, while adhering to state standards.
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, or social development.
  • Develop and monitor the general welfare, educational progress, and social development for each student.
  • Promoted scholastic and social development by determining individual student interests, traits, and needs.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Organized and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Advised students and parents on the child's academic and social development.
  • Keep progress notes and make reports; track academic and social development.
  • Assisted in developing student social development program to foster kindness and friendship.
  • Create a learning environment to personal and social development of students.
  • Assist children in academic and personal/social development - to include interpersonal, organizational and conflict resolutions skills.

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20. ESL
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Here's how ESL is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Provide Culturally and Linguistically Diverse differentiation for all students along with research-based ELL/ESL/LEP tools, strategies and pedagogy.
  • Provided academic tutoring under Migrant Education program and tutored ESL students in algebra.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and differing ESL and academic levels.
  • Teach general education as well as teach students with specific learning challenges, gifted students and ESL.
  • Evaluated and helped determine the students' transition from Bilingual education to ESL or mainstream learning.
  • Executed full class programs for children involving English as a Second Language (ESL).
  • Adapted teaching style to address needs of culturally diverse children with numerous ESL students.
  • Developed and implemented an ESL program for non-English speakers at the school.
  • Assisted teachers with mentoring ESL students in the classroom with learning English.
  • Differentiated instruction for ESL students using content and language objectives.
  • Educate students in the ESL-Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced programs
  • Implemented Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley math program to teach math.
  • Teach self-contained second grade ESL class of twenty-five students.
  • Worked with several schools in setting up new ESL programs
  • Instructed teachers working toward their ESL teaching certification.
  • Work included large population of ESL.
  • Prepared and Implemented ESL teaching curriculum.
  • General Education, ESL, Early Childhood, Special Education
  • Created ESL curriculum for immigrant (SAFE HAVEN) *CDOS program /Barbering/culinary arts/serve safe.
  • Instructed grades 2-5 in ESL Class rotation by subject Self-contained classroom Large group presentation Small group presentation Tutored students

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21. Clear Objectives
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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicated those objectives to students.
  • Set and communicate clear objectives for each lesson, provide clear instructions, pace and sequence instruction.
  • Establish and communicate, in a variety of ways, clear objectives for all activities.
  • Tutor students to establish and communicate clear objectives for learning activities in the classroom.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects.
  • Developed and implanted clear objectives based on the district curriculum.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.r Observed and assessed student performance and kept thorough records of progress.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons .

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22. Positive Relationships
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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted emotional and physical development by focusing on positive relationships, self-esteem, female empowerment, and running.
  • Provided genuine individual attention and formed positive relationships with each student.
  • Established extremely positive relationships with parents, students, and administrators.
  • Established positive relationships with students and provided tutoring when necessary.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Maintained positive relationships with students and parents while holding students to a high standard of classwork and behavior.
  • Emulated superb interpersonal skills; established positive relationships with students, parents, and faculty members.
  • Maintained positive relationships with a diverse group of students, staff, parents, and administrators.
  • Fostered positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers, administrators, and staff.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers, and school administrators.
  • Fostered positive relationships with colleagues, parents and community agencies to support student learning.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Maintained professional and positive relationships with students, staff and parents.
  • Maintained positive relationships with supervisors, teachers, and public.
  • Established ongoing, positive relationships with parents and students.
  • Build positive relationships with parents.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators with open communication.
  • Fostered positive relationships between general education teachers and the Montessori teachers campus-wide

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23. Physical Education
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Here's how Physical Education is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitate weekly staffing with art teacher and physical education teacher to monitor progress
  • Reinforce day-school learning in sciences and physical education
  • Prepare Physical Education curriculum and teach program.
  • Involved in the school's leadership committee, district math mentor, Key Planner, and Physical Education Consultant.
  • Developed and taught extra-curricular subjects including social studies, science, art, health, and physical education.
  • Supplemented curriculum with music, art and physical education when these were not taught in the school.
  • Develop effective lesson plans to teach physical education appropriate to the age or grade level.
  • Employed as a Migrant Math teacher but also worked with the Physical Education Program.
  • Served as president of the ESAAC committee and grade level chair for physical education.
  • Give assistance to K-6 students with Homework, Missing assignments, and Physical education.
  • Introduce the basic knowledge of physical education to elementary school age children.
  • Designed and implemented a physical education program for grades K-5.
  • Conducted physical education classes beyond what was expected.
  • Substitute teaches as a Physical Education teacher-all grades.
  • Participate along with students in Physical Education class.
  • Provided health education/nutrition classes to parents.Taught physical education lessons that strengthened balance, coordination, agility and fine/gross motor skills
  • Supervised physical education outdoor activities including offside fieldtrips
  • Create and implement lessons for PreK thru 8th grades in Health & Physical Education
  • Created engaging Science and Social studies lesson Maintained great classroom management Implemented several physical activities in the physical education department
  • Advanced Areas of Teachers Training: Reading, (Addressing Children Reading Difficulties) Physical Education Social Studies

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24. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Helped students develop study skills and organization techniques to help improve their academic performance.
  • Counseled students and parents regarding academic performance and educational opportunities offered by the district.
  • Evaluated academic performance by devising and administering criterion-based tests and through anecdotal/subjective assessments.
  • Facilitate parent-teacher conferences to communicate academic performance.
  • Assess student behavior and academic performance.
  • Evaluated the academic performance of students
  • Evaluated students' academic performance.
  • Utilized Learning and Performance Objectives in lesson planning in order to increase academic performance for students.
  • Observed and conducted assessments of their staff to strengthen the school's academic performance.
  • Planned classes Verified homework Wrote student's report Graded students' academic performance
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional strategies to generate student interest and increase academic performance.
  • Help bridge the academic performance gap among under-achieving students Acting as a positive adult role model, coach, and mentor.
  • Provide private instruction to small groups of students to improve academic performance Assess students' progress throughout tutoring sessions.
  • Used small group instruction to improve student academic performance .

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Here's how RTI is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated with other colleagues and participated in three different Professional Development classes in reading and writing for lower elementary.
  • Utilized technology and cooperative learning to facilitate class participation and learning.
  • Participated in Professional Learning Communities and school based administrative committees.
  • Received training and certification in the Reading Recovery program.
  • Participated in strategic planning meetings for accreditation.
  • Planned and participated in targeted professional development.
  • Provided a comforting and soothing environment.
  • Participated in ongoing training sessions.
  • Participated in various professional development workshops for gifted students, reading, writing, science, math and technology.
  • Coordinated all sporting events which included: netball, basketball, track and field, and football.
  • Planned, organized and managed several International Day events, with over 30 country booths participating.
  • Guide, Motivate, and encourage students to keep on task and participate in class.
  • Participate in other job-related duties and activities related to the position as assigned.
  • Participated in weekly 03 meetings with principal to collaborate and receive feedback.
  • Participated in after school program to help students on their homework.
  • Participated in the school's initial accreditation.
  • Developed incentives to keep participants in class.
  • Participated in Child Study meetings.
  • Provide disabled students with assistive devices, supportive technology, and assistance accessing facilities, such as restrooms.
  • Earned Type 39 Certificate *Served all five schools in the district *Adapted teaching style to grades K-8

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26. Test Scores
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Here's how Test Scores is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Increased student test scores by 15 points; increased one student's scores from Level 1 to 10 in reading.
  • Improved student test scores on state math and reading by 20% in one year period by implementing new curriculum.
  • Improved student test scores on TAKS Math and Reading tests by implementing programs in critical reading and test-taking strategies.
  • Led teachers in the having the greatest jumps in test scores with ELL students.
  • Collaborated with school staff to achieve the goal of raising student standardized test scores.
  • Improved student test scores on state math and English test by implementing new curriculum.
  • Standardized test scores were high, showing that students had mastered the material.
  • Collected and kept records of data test scores for entire 2nd grade.
  • Increased standardized test scores with students of varying abilities in multiple subjects.
  • Collected and analyzed data to target needs and improve test scores.
  • Analyzed test scores to surpass local, state and federal standards.
  • Analyzed test scores and created goals with 2nd grade team members.
  • Implement innovative techniques that increase student test scores from 60-200 points
  • Hired to improve classroom test scores and follow TEKS.
  • Monitored and provided feedback to improve test scores.
  • Produced some of the top state and national test scores (CRCT and ITBS) in Richmond County for four years.
  • Implemented Teacher's College balanced literacy and Everyday math curriculums as part the Mayor's effort to improve test scores citywide.
  • school year Taught and managed a classroom of students and achieved significant improvements in their productivity and test scores.
  • Increased student\'s English test scores by 15% through private tutoring and special attention.
  • Key Achievements: Increased students API test scores by 9%.

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27. Report Cards
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Here's how Report Cards is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Calculated and used statistical data in preparing report cards.
  • Logged in grades and data to formulate report cards electronically
  • Use different assessment methods to evaluate student progress, their academic strengths and weaknesses; and prepare report cards.
  • Evaluated students' academic and social growth, kept appropriate records, and prepared progress reports and report cards.
  • Utilize technology for curriculum, report cards, attendance, grade book, and parent & staff communication.
  • Evaluated students' performance through verbal and written testing and conveyed student progress through report cards.
  • Make report cards of pupils and present these to their respective parents on card day.
  • Completed final report cards, issued academic awards, and maintained student history folders.
  • Compose Individual Learning Profiles (ILP's), report cards and progress reports.
  • Communicated with the parents by meetings, progress reports and report cards.
  • Experience writing IEP goals, report cards, and IEP progress reports.
  • Assist with Individual Education Programs, and generate quarterly report cards.
  • Completed report cards and files on students which were updated regularly.
  • Completed lesson plans; report cards; scheduled parent/teacher conferences.
  • Completed progress reports, and report cards every 9 weeks.
  • Assessed student progress through testing and report cards.
  • Used computers to input grades for report cards.
  • Progress reports and report cards.
  • Entered attendance roll, grades and report cards in the school database .
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences, generating progress reports, and report cards.

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28. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Created various PowerPoint presentations for multiple projects.
  • Created innovative PowerPoint presentation for daily lesson.
  • Created PowerPoint lessons, drama and craft activities, educational games, and lectures to facilitate all learning methods.
  • Produced reports, spreadsheets, and presentations using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Delivered interactive, creative learning modules utilizing visual media and technologies (PowerPoint).
  • Incorporated technology in the classroom through PowerPoint and available online programs.
  • Utilize document camera, PowerPoint, and EasiTeach software.
  • Create interactive lessons using SMART Notebook and Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Create visual lessons using PowerPoint.
  • Introduced students to computers; taught lessons in mouse manipulation, PowerPoint projects, and MSWord research projects.
  • Related Skills Advanced skills in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
  • Integrated technology, such as Smartboard, PowerPoint, and Virtual Fieldtrips, into lessons.
  • Incorporated technology into the classroom using SMARTBoard, ImageMate document reader, andPowerPoint.

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29. Content Areas
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Here's how Content Areas is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Create and implement rigorous integrated lesson plans to ensure students receive curriculum-based instruction in all content areas.
  • Follow and interpret curriculum based measurements in the mentioned content areas.
  • Prepared and taught lessons in all content areas for third grade and instructed Reading interventions for second and third grade students.
  • Conducted half the day's lessons, across content areas, in Spanish and the other half in English.
  • Designed units of instruction in all content areas in accordance with the district and state-wide curriculum standards and goals.
  • Teach content areas in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies based on core curriculum standards.
  • Raised grade-level standardized test scores up to 40% in various content areas in my first year.
  • Prepared and taught effective lessons in all content areas within a prescribed daily schedule of curriculum.
  • Focused on teaching skills and strategies in all content areas as well as maintaining classroom management.
  • Utilized student assessment to design and execute weekly lesson plans across all content areas.
  • Provide a classroom environment which promotes active learning in all content areas taught.
  • Provided instruction to students in 1st through 4th grade in all content areas.
  • Planned and executed weekly lessons plans regarding core content areas.
  • Utilized a variety of resources to teach content areas.
  • Create and implement lesson plans in all content areas.
  • Provided instruction to 3rd graders in all content areas.
  • Teach all content areas in a 3rd grade classroom.
  • Worked with teachers on the development and implementation of core content areas curriculums and assessments.
  • Provided extra help sessions in all content areas needed.
  • Teach students all content areas as outlined in Louisiana's Comprehensive Curriculum and Served as cheerleading sponsor.

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in over sixty parent-teacher conferences and have communicated with parents in a professional and effective way.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences to communicate students' progress and areas needing improvement.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences to review student growth and address parental concerns.
  • Strengthened parent-teacher and parent-child communication by holding regular parent-teacher conferences.
  • Communicated with parents in writing and in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Arranged parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning.
  • Organized recreational activities, parent-teacher conferences.
  • Interacted with parents through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences throughout each year.
  • Organized and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participated in and conducted parent-teacher conferences, advising parents on child's progress, and how best to reinforce education.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, ordered supplies, handled record-keeping, and kept a tidy classroom.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Led parent-teacher conferences prepared with accounts of student progress and examples of student work.
  • Communicated with parents daily, weekly, and at parent-teacher conferences.
  • Schedule, plan, and conduct parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attended team meetings and held parent-teacher conferences.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to engage parents, maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward thinking plans to address ongoing issues.
  • Prepared and participated in parent-teacher conferences Prepared lesson plans and prep work for class activities.
  • Organized learning activities outside the school to promote social skills and coordinate Parent-Teacher Conferences.

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31. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Provide content-related, engaging and appropriate instruction based on Atlanta Public Schools curriculum.
  • Teach pupils in public schools at the elementary level basic academic, social, and other formative skills.
  • Work as Teacher or Para Pro as needed by public schools in central cluster of Gwinnett County.
  • Served on curriculum committee, developing science curriculum for Scituate Public Schools.
  • Learned the processes, procedures and protocol of Bellevue Public Schools.
  • Awarded Jeffco Public Schools Values Award for Integrity.
  • Helped design summer curriculum.Summer School Instructor - Monroe Public Schools.Long-term position.
  • Fair View, and Edgewater NJ Public Schools located in Bergen County NJ.
  • Summer School Classroom Teacher Portsmouth Public Schools Summer Program Summer School classroom teacher.

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32. Internet
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Here's how Internet is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Graded papers*Created interactive lessons using the internet* Taught all basic subjects including computer skills
  • Utilized technology in classroom including basic computer skills and Internet technology.
  • Encouraged interactive learning by incorporating educational software and the Internet.
  • Utilize Internet for resources in on current events, history, and literature to complement learning activities.
  • Integrate technology into the daily curriculum with the use of Smart Board, Internet and software tools.
  • Integrated technology into daily class work using computers and the Internet as a resource regularly.
  • Employed Internet search strategies daily while researching subject matter and finding solutions to problems.
  • Utilize the internet for resources on current events and social studies activities.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office Suite, Internet, and streaming video.
  • Utilized Internet based assessment tools for tracking and monitoring student progress.
  • Participated in the creation of the Internet Curriculum Project.
  • Searched Internet for resources to incorporate into lessons.
  • Research educational resources on the Internet.
  • Create investigative research projects using the Internet and various research software Monitor student progress through authentic and portfolio assessment techniques
  • Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education and Minor Degree in Early Childhood Education Experience in used of the Internet and educational software.

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33. Curriculum Guidelines
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Here's how Curriculum Guidelines is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and administered detailed curriculum guidelines and testing mechanisms to maintain schools' performance.
  • Designed and integrated technology into lessons according to curriculum guidelines and student needs.
  • Prepared objectives and outlines for all lessons following state curriculum guidelines and requirements.
  • Implemented creative lesson plans in accordance with district curriculum guidelines.
  • Formulated lesson plans that met curriculum guidelines.
  • Created lesson plans and units of study in all subject areas in accordance with the sixth grade curriculum guidelines.
  • Prepare objectives and outlines for courses of study, following curriculum guidelines or requirements of states and schools.
  • Developed written lesson plans within the district's curriculum guidelines in order to creatively engage students.
  • Prepared lesson plans for courses of study, following curriculum guidelines and common core standards.
  • Followed State and District Curriculum Guidelines to develop lesson plans on a weekly basis.
  • Prepared courses annual objectives and outlines, following curriculum guidelines set by government.
  • Followed curriculum guidelines and requirements of the State of WI.
  • Followed curriculum guidelines and requirements of state and school.
  • Adhered to grade appropriate curriculum guidelines per Fairfax, Virginia requirements.
  • 70058.Prepared course objectives and outlines for course of study, following curriculum guidelines and requirements set by theSchool Board and State.

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34. Social Needs
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Here's how Social Needs is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum and differentiated instruction to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Instruct 3rd grade, curriculum designing, and developing lessons to academic, intellectual, and social needs of each student.
  • Created a safe, positive learning environment that met and enhanced the emotional, intellectual and social needs of each student.
  • Established a learning environment to meet and enhance the children's emotional, intellectual, social needs and creative strengths.
  • Instructed 3rd grade curriculum, implemented lessons to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Managed classroom environment and culture to meet learning and social needs of 300+ children leveled Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • Design and develop enriched programs to challenge the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Develop with team interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Implement educational programs to meet the academic, safety, and social needs of all students.
  • Designed and developed classes to meet the academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Developed interesting lessons to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Developed and adapted lesson plans to meet differing abilities and social needs.
  • Instructed Kindergarten and First Grade curriculum, developing programs to meet the academic,intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Instructed 3 Grade curriculum, designing and developing programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Employed kinesthetic, visual and auditory educational activities to meet the intellectual, academic and social needs of all students.

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35. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and facilitated a K-5 geography summer program.
  • Developed and implemented science, nature exploration, and technology curricula for k-5th grade students in a classroom environment
  • Lead K-5 pupils in gaining proficiency across all subject areas to enable student advancement and future success.
  • Instructed and recruited students from multiple grade levels (K-5) for participation in exploratory music programs.
  • Experienced in primary grade levels K-5th, with the most experience in Kindergarten & 3rd Grade.
  • Designed and executed an assessment plan for K-5 school resulting in 35+ point gain in API.
  • Worked as a substitute teacher for grades k-5th at An-Nour Academy (Private school).
  • Teach Common Core State Standards as given in lesson plans in K-5 classrooms.
  • Teach General music to students K-5, organize and conduct children's choir
  • Assisted teachers in classrooms with students and class projects, grades K-5.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans in physical education for children grades k-5.
  • Experience teaching 1st grade and Kindergarten in a K-5 campus.
  • Work in grades pre-k-5, covering classrooms in teacher's absence
  • Substitute Teacher for Grades K-5 during the 1996-1997 school years.
  • Lead instructor, after-school Comic Book Creators (Grades K-5)
  • Created an after school dance program for all ages K-5
  • Plan and teach K-5 Elementary Music lessons.
  • Requested, facilitated, and instituted a $16,000 school-wide grant for K-5 reading materials, including requisition and purchase.
  • Crafted district K-5 social studies curriculum while serving on social studies board.
  • Provided supervision during pre/after school care for K-5 students.

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a daily health checklist for each child to document physical health, including any injuries or illnesses.

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37. Academic Problems
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Here's how Academic Problems is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Counseled students when adjustments and academic problems arose.
  • Counseled pupils when adjustment and academic problems arise.
  • Counseled students in adjustment and academic problems.
  • Mentored and counseled adjustment and academic problems.
  • Interacted with parents, guardians, teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.
  • Conferred with parents, peers, counselors, and administrators to resolve emotional, behavioral and academic problems.
  • Facilitated peer mediation and counseled students when social and academic problems aroused; meet with parents.
  • Guide and counsel students with adjustment or academic problems, or special academic interests.
  • Guided and counseled students with emotional, behavioral, and academic problems.
  • Conferenced with parents/guardians, other teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students' behavior and academic problems.
  • Confer with parents, guardians, teachers or administrators to resolve students' behavioral or academic problems.

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38. Dibels
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Here's how Dibels is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Used Open Court Reading, Houghton-Mifflin, CORE, fluency, and DIBELS assessments to monitor and assess reading progress.
  • Assessed students' in reading comprehension, fluency, word per minute using DIBELS, to assess grade level readiness.
  • Administered running records, DIBELS, ITBS, Gates MacGinitie as well as other informal and formal assessments.
  • Administered DIBELS (K - 2nd Grade only) assessment and student progress monitoring.
  • Determined student strengths and weaknesses through DIBELS, STAAR testing and weekly assessments.
  • Assessed student achievement through anecdotal records, weekly sight words, and DIBELS.
  • Assessed students' reading levels using DIBELS Next and Leveled Reading Passages.
  • Assisted with DIBELS and running records.
  • Test students reading achievements through DIBELS.
  • Administered AIMS and DIBELS testing.
  • Assess student performance through DIBELS assessments, progress monitoring, student-teacher conferencing, peer evaluation, rubrics, and student portfolios.
  • Created class and individual data and graphs for various metrics above, including DIBELs o For administration, students and parents
  • Received training in the following reading programs: Project READ, Dibels, Guided Reading and Voyagers.
  • Used DIBELS, Common Core Standards, Shurley English, Saxon, and Systematic Phonics.
  • Analyzed and interpreted Dibels and WRAP test results with teachers to drive instruction.
  • Tested students for Dibels and conducted math intervention groups daily.
  • Conducted professional development on Mclass and Dibels Reading 3D Assessment with kindergarten, first, second, and third grade teachers.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge in Pearson Interactive Science, Envisions, Dibels, and M-Class.
  • Experience with Dibels, Spalding, Data Driven Instruction.
  • Provide individual and group instructional support to reinforce skills Assist in DIBELS administration Assist in individual student screeners to determine placement

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Engaged parents in student education and activities through the use of student handbook check-in system, telephone calls, and emails.
  • Communicated regularly with parents outside normal classroom day by means of newsletters, notes, phone calls, conferences, etc.
  • Established rapport with families by initiating contact with encouraging phone calls, weekly newsletters, e-mails, and in-person communication.
  • Maintained daily communication with parents by the use of a class website, email, conferences, and phone calls.
  • Maintain communication with parents with a weekly newsletter, conduct sheets, notes home, phone calls, and emails.
  • Keep in constant contact with parents and families through conferences, e-mails, phone calls, class website and newsletters.
  • Communicate with parents through conferences, phone calls, text messages, quarterly newsletters, and homework logs.
  • Respond to emails and phone calls promptly -Observed and critiqued by administration to enhance skills and knowledge
  • Utilized communication and negotiation skills through meetings, phone calls, guardian house visits and emails.
  • Communicated regularly with parents via email, phone calls, regular newsletters, and class websites.
  • Assisted team teachers with translating for parent conferences, phone calls, and written communication.
  • Communicated with parents through conferences, emails, and phone calls to discuss students' progress
  • Foster an environment of open communication with parents through email, phone calls and meetings.
  • Communicated effectively with parents with phone calls, e-mails, and newsletters.
  • Maintained a home school connection through regular phone calls and classroom newsletters.
  • Communicate with parents through email, phone calls and letters.
  • Provided weekly communication with parents via email and telephone calls.
  • Maintained communication with parents through meetings and phone calls.
  • Managed behavior by incentivizing students, maintained strong communication with parents via journals, email, phone calls and meetings.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via letters ,weekly or monthly progress report and phone calls.

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40. Pbis
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Here's how Pbis is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Volunteered on multiple committees including PBIS and Adopt-a-Family committee.
  • Impact positive school wide culture by teaching character education through the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) Curriculum.
  • Plan and Implement lesson plans in correlation with state standards* Accurately maintain grades* Participate in PBIS
  • Served on the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) committee.
  • Managed 20-24 students using positive behavior practices (PBIS).
  • Implemented PBIS strategies to foster a positive school climate.
  • Implemented a behavior management plan called Positive Behavioral Interventions (PBIS)
  • Head Start Teacher 2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher PBIS Team Primary Department Chairperson
  • Accelerated Reading, PBIS, differentiated learning, cooperative learning, Aimsweb and Powerschool.
  • Grade Level Secretary Faculty Meeting Secretary PBIS Committee Leader Attendance Committee

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41. Esol
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Here's how Esol is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Directed students regarding various individual situations including providing social skills training, conflict resolution, and peer mediation.
  • Facilitated conflict resolution among students.
  • Commended for very strong problem solving capabilities and for consistently recognizing, defining and resolving a broad range of issues.
  • Guided and assisted mentors, students and parents answering their questions, resolving their problems and ensuring customer satisfaction.
  • Worked with administration, teachers and parents to resolve educational issues and adjust curriculum to students' needs.
  • Developed strong professional relationships with parents and school officials to address and resolve student issues and problems.
  • Teach and empower students' problem solving abilities to be able to resolve conflict on their own.
  • Trained colleagues on Windows, Microsoft Works, and Desktop Publishing; resolved technical problems.
  • Use PBIS and Bully Prevention programs to promote good citizenship and conflict resolution skills.
  • Adapted lesson plans for students with special needs as well as ESOL students.
  • Conduct monthly meetings with colleagues and school administration to resolve issues and concerns.
  • Resolved department inefficiencies with the Dean of English Instruction and parent representatives.
  • Resolved moderately complex problems for staff and library users in my classroom.
  • Collaborated with Special Education and ESOL teachers to teach inclusion classes.
  • Coordinated parent meetings and assisted in the resolution of conflicts.
  • Motivated students, as well as resolved conflicts.
  • Resolved insurance issues and billing issues.
  • Implement strategies for ESOL students.
  • Delivered all core subject areas for 3rd grade * Developed strong conflict resolution and leadership skills.
  • Job Duties: -ESOL strategies -Spanish Club Facilitator

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42. Regular Basis
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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated on a regular basis with the special education department to ensure appropriate differentiation and to identify effective means of intervention.
  • Maintained open lines of communication with parents/caregivers on a regular basis.
  • Communicated effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents by updating the class website and emailing important news to the parents on a regular basis.
  • Collaborate with colleagues, students, and/or parents on a regular basis, and as requested by the administration.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis via weekly newsletters, emails, telephone, and scheduled conferences.
  • Interacted with parents on a regular basis regarding students' academic progress and behavioral conduct.
  • Attended professional development opportunities on a regular basis, both district related and self chosen.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via telephone, report and grade meetings.
  • Assessed student performance on a regular basis and reported progress to the appropriate parties.
  • Assessed students' academic development; communicated with parents on a regular basis.
  • Reach out and communicate with donors on a regular basis.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis about student progress.
  • Assess the accomplishments of the students on a regular basis.
  • Attend training and professional development on a regular basis.
  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis.

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43. Educational Conferences
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Here's how Educational Conferences is used in Elementary School Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in staff meetings, educational conferences and teacher training workshops to facilitate continued professional growth and development.
  • Improved professional competence consistently though active participation in professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops
  • Attended professional meetings, educational conferences, and educational seminars to maintain and improve professional conferences.
  • Participated in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Pursued professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Attend professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional competence.
  • Participated, motivated, and trained junior colleagues in educational conferences and workshops for 2 years.
  • Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for educational conferences and teacher training workshops.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Elementary School Teacher

Classroom Management

16.7%

Grade Level

16.6%

Mathematics

11.0%

Lesson Plans

10.6%

Student Learning

7.4%

Special Needs

6.4%

Social Studies

4.7%

Language Arts

3.4%

Curriculum Development

3.3%

Small Groups

3.3%

Class Activities

3.1%

Literacy

2.2%

Instructional Materials

2.1%

Subject Areas

1.8%

State Standards

1.5%

Core Subjects

1.4%

IEP

1.3%

Staff Members

1.3%

Social Development

1.0%

ESL

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Elementary School Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 15.2%
2 Grade Level 15.1%
3 Mathematics 10.0%
4 Lesson Plans 9.6%
5 Student Learning 6.8%
6 Special Needs 5.8%
7 Social Studies 4.3%
8 Language Arts 3.1%
9 Curriculum Development 3.0%
10 Small Groups 3.0%
11 Class Activities 2.8%
12 Literacy 2.0%
13 Instructional Materials 1.9%
14 Subject Areas 1.6%
15 State Standards 1.4%
16 Core Subjects 1.3%
17 IEP 1.2%
18 Staff Members 1.1%
19 Social Development 0.9%
20 ESL 0.8%
21 Clear Objectives 0.8%
22 Positive Relationships 0.6%
23 Physical Education 0.5%
24 Academic Performance 0.5%
25 RTI 0.5%
26 Test Scores 0.4%
27 Report Cards 0.4%
28 Powerpoint 0.4%
29 Content Areas 0.4%
30 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.4%
31 Public Schools 0.4%
32 Internet 0.4%
33 Curriculum Guidelines 0.3%
34 Social Needs 0.3%
35 K-5 0.3%
36 Physical Health 0.3%
37 Academic Problems 0.3%
38 Dibels 0.3%
39 Phone Calls 0.3%
40 Pbis 0.3%
41 Esol 0.2%
42 Regular Basis 0.2%
43 Educational Conferences 0.2%
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