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Top 45 General Education Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a General Education Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of General Education Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.0% of General Education Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a General Education Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a General Education Teacher:

1. Classroom Management

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  • Developed and consistently used a classroom management plan to foster a positive and safe learning environment.
  • Developed a classroom management plan, including individualized behavior interventions for specific students, as needed
  • Implement positive classroom management strategies with established rituals and routines, utilizing Best Practices.
  • Created and implemented an effective positive behavioral support system for classroom management.
  • Establish a classroom management program that instituted a positive behavior intervention strategy.
  • Developed and piloted a personal accountability classroom management system utilization technology.
  • Utilized classroom management software to monitor student activity on computers.
  • Developed a classroom management system involving positive reinforcement.
  • Implemented positive classroom management strategies.
  • Implement effective classroom management strategies.
  • Institute classroom management appropriate for adults
  • General education teacher in a co-teach classroom, responsible for curriculum planning, organization, student progress and classroom management.
  • Maintain students on task behavior using classroom management skills and positive behavior support.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • Enforced classroom management in an efficient, positive, and beneficial manner.
  • Devise and implement a classroom management plan appropriate for 1st grade students.
  • Engage in effective and appropriate classroom management techniques.
  • Create and implement multiple classroom management systems.
  • Model teacher in first and second grade instruction and in classroom management for the entire school district.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans Worked alongside mentor teacher Assisted mentor teacher with classroom management

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2. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Served on a response to intervention team to provide systematic assistance to students functioning below grade level academically.
  • Selected by eight 5th and 6th grade teachers as their grade level team leader, representing them in school-wide decisions.
  • Follow lesson plans and utilized relevant activities to supplement the lessons for appropriate grade levels and needs.
  • Developed and implemented lessons in the area of history for three classes at the sixth grade level.
  • Teach and modify fourth grade curriculum and assessments for the grade level's lowest math population.
  • Assisted with the creation and organization of pacing guides for 2nd and 5th grade level instruction.
  • Grade level Common Core Representative for creating Common Core State Standards assessments for 3rd Grade.
  • Created and managed progress monitoring plans for students not meeting grade level expectations.
  • Collaborated with a grade level team on weekly lesson plans and projects.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to create and implement aligned grade level instruction.
  • Collaborated with paraprofessionals, grade level team members and parents.
  • Receive weekly training from grade level literacy and math specialist.
  • Worked cooperatively with grade level team and other school staff.
  • Provide curriculum guidance and support to grade level colleagues.
  • Performed grade level TAKS prep for freshmen and sophomores.
  • Grade level chairperson for two years.
  • Served as a member of the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Grade Level Instructional Teams.
  • Collaborated with grade level team, and attended multiple professional development trainings for both the district and in school.
  • Grade Level Chairperson * Help teachers create and maintain a website using teachersweb.com.
  • Balanced teaching multiple exceptionalities and grade levels in one setting.

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3. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with staff developers in Literacy and Mathematics to continue professional growth and development in classroom instruction and management techniques.
  • Conducted whole-class and cooperative learning group instruction based on investigative mathematics curriculum (TERC).
  • Conducted action research on mathematics and self-efficacy.
  • Implemented online mathematics assignments and assessments.
  • Collaborated in a professional learning communities (language arts and mathematics) to create lesson plans and unit plans.
  • Middle and High School Mathematics - Regular, Inclusion, Intensive Math, History, Language Arts, and Geography
  • Collaborated with the literacy and mathematics coach to plan lessons in accordance with the common core state standards.
  • Helped to develop and put into effect a 6th grade Mathematics Curriculum aligned with Common Core State Standards.
  • Instructed students in test taking strategies to prepare for standardized tests in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Delivered instruction through lectures, discussions and technology in the area of Mathematics (6-8).
  • Plan and implement college mathematics, environmental science, ethics and career development lessons.
  • Implemented Connected Mathematics Program 3, in alignment with Common Core Learning Standards.
  • Attended Math Matters workshop and coached peers in the latest developments in Mathematics.
  • Designed and delivered mathematics unit and lesson plans aligned to state standards.
  • Teach K-2nd grade mathematics, literacy, reading, and social studies.
  • Provided students with ELA and Mathematics instruction in low-and medium-level phases.
  • Created workstations for students in all aspects of reading and mathematics.
  • Tutor students in the area of Mathematics (7-8).
  • Led faculty collaboratives about best practices in Mathematics instruction and best practices in classroom management.
  • Initiated alignment of social studies curriculum, grades 5 - 12, and mathematics alignment review, grades 6 - 12.

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4. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Lead ongoing building assessment team to monitor student learning progress at specific standards-based milestones.
  • Differentiate instruction to accommodate various student learning levels.
  • Augmented student learning through one-on-one instruction and correction in speaking and writing to accommodate lower speaking and language level students.
  • Provide a safe, productive, and inviting learning environment, Assessment of student learning through varied assessments
  • Networked with colleagues sharing innovative experiences that promoted learning and implemented programs to support student learning;.
  • Employed multiple science activities and hands-on techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Support student learning and social development by serving as an elementary school 5th grade teacher.
  • Applied Response to Intervention strategies, collected and analyzed data to improve student learning.
  • Initiated assessment of middle school students to develop student learning plans for reading intervention.
  • Earned positive verbal feed- back from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Incorporate technology into the curriculum to help in the development of student learning.
  • Assessed student learning and modified lessons to create meaningful, authentic learning.
  • Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in student learning styles.
  • Utilized diagnostic assessment of student learning on a frequent basis.
  • Incorporate assessment data to inform instruction and impact student learning.
  • Organized a Medieval Times Celebration showcasing student learning.
  • Employed varied strategies such as phonetics, multi-sensory approach, shared reading, direct instruction, repetition to reinforce student learning.
  • Use assessments benchmarked to standards to monitor student learning.

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5. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with Special Education Teachers on accommodations to help special needs students gain access to general education curriculum and classroom.
  • Worked in a co-teaching setting providing modifications to children with special needs and general education students.
  • Recognized by administrators for motivating students with learning challenges and special needs.
  • Provided remediation through modification of assignments for special needs students.
  • Leveraged data as a driving force to teach mainstream and special needs students in an inclusive classroom environment.
  • General Educator in a classroom for students who were special needs and Talent And Gifted students.
  • Worked in a setting that combined students who have special needs with students in general education.
  • Organize projects and activities to manage group behaviors and individual behaviors of special needs students.
  • Coordinated and led bi-annual team meetings with parents and specialists for students with special needs.
  • Implement common core standards in lessons - Modify and adapt lessons for special needs students
  • Worked with parents of special needs students to advocate for appropriate services.
  • Worked in a general classroom along with special needs students.
  • Update IEP goals for all students with special needs.
  • Adapted lessons to suit those children with special needs.
  • Write annual progress reports for students with special needs.
  • Evaluated and analyzed students with special needs.
  • Adapt curriculum for special needs students.
  • Implemented learning strategies for special needs students
  • Assess students with special needs using the Brigance Diagnostic Assessment.

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6. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for all areas of a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Oversee curriculum and evidence based programs to adjust lesson plans and bridge gaps in areas that need improvement.
  • Developed lesson plans and class material - Combined instruction with demonstration to clearly communicate objectives to class.
  • Created lesson plans aligned with the CCSS that supports the holistic growth of a diverse student community.
  • Prepare and organize activities and lesson plans for children ages 18 to 24 months of age.
  • Implemented new Common Core standards into our team's daily lesson plans for all general subjects.
  • Implement Common Core Standards in lesson plans for one period of ninth grade algebra.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for a diverse group of sixth and seventh graders.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for 4th grade students in an Integrated Co-Teaching setting.
  • Created lesson plans, reports, collected data, maintained records and monitored progress.
  • Develop lesson plans and supplementary aids centered on Common Core State Standards.
  • Created meaningful lesson plans that aligned with Arizona and Common Core standards.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans in reading and writing in grade 4.
  • Organized and taught lesson plans in remedial reading to 2nd grade students.
  • Assisted primary teacher with coordination of daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Implemented lesson plans aligned to New York State Common Core Standards.
  • Maintained weekly lesson plans, monitor homework compliance.
  • Lead teacher in the 3-4 year old classroom Plans, creates and implements curriculum and lesson plans for the classroom.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for diverse learners Administer standardized assessments Maintain student safety Maintain professional dialogue with co-teachers and administration

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7. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Used data to create small groups based on students with IEP's through planning and implementing a differentiated literacy curriculum.
  • Developed innovative curriculum to instruct individual students, small groups, and classes of 30+ students.
  • Differentiate instruction for all students through use of learning centers, small groups and individual projects.
  • Facilitate students in small groups for guided reading and math in a whole class setting.
  • Engaged students through humor and activities designed for maximum interaction in large and small groups.
  • Assist individuals as well as small groups of ESE students with mainstream and technical classes.
  • Work with students both individually, in small groups and with entire class.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help with difficult subjects.
  • Instruct students using whole class model and small groups.
  • Implemented STAAR testing to small groups following all state protocol
  • Provided learning experiences in small groups for students in mathematics, reading and writing Administered and scored students' worksheets

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8. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Developed culturally responsive and differentiated lessons in reading and social studies.
  • Created social studies units that incorporated the 4Rs character education curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented rigorous lessons for students in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and health.
  • Developed and implemented Social Studies and Science lessons and units using Understanding By Design and Complex Instruction methods.
  • Implement curriculum in math, science, and social studies to cover New York State standards.
  • Guide computer activities from the district elected social studies program, and project based assessments.
  • Guided students in all aspects of the social studies, politicians, and historical leaders.
  • Prepared students for NY State ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies exams.
  • Incorporated technology such as PowerPoint presentations to teach lessons in science and social studies.
  • Provided oral and written instruction to 4th grade students in Reading/Social Studies and Science.
  • Created assessment curriculum for Plano ISD Elementary Social Studies Department, Summer 2013.
  • Departmentalized; focus on Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Created an independent inquiry study for social studies and science.
  • Organized and guided inquiry-based curriculum in social studies and science.
  • Create authentic activities to enrich social studies reading.
  • Subject Area(s): 7th Grade Social Studies - Geography 8th Grade Social Studies - U. S. History
  • Instruct ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Technology.

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9. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Developed proficiency with IEP writing and other academic and behavioral systems as well as dealt with an ELL population.
  • Maintained IEP records and kept the department legal in how it managed the IEP files and IEP process.
  • Collaborate with special education co-teacher and various therapists on IEP strategies and goals for special education students.
  • Create consistent professional communication strategies between all members of students Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Team.
  • Developed classroom techniques and instructors towards behavior improvements for students with IEP or behavioral issues.
  • Sit in on IEP meetings as the general education teacher representative for several classrooms.
  • Keep all IEP's and student records current and up to date.
  • Managed to develop, update, and implement IEP's.
  • Provided Sped services as described in the IEP to students.
  • Composed IEP and IEP meetings for each student.
  • Composed IEP's and attended IEP meetings.
  • Helped implement IEP's and 504 plans
  • Implemented differentiated instruction in accordance with students' IEPs and administered school-wide assessments.
  • Design and implemented behaviour modification, academic based on IEP systems.
  • Create the curriculum for all students and make modifications for students who are on an Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Collected and analyzed data to write goals and objectives for students' IEPs and ensure the implementation of each.
  • Prepared students' IEPs, attended CSE meetings, and presented student cases at Child Study Team meetings.
  • Compose individual education programs with IEP team based on assessments data, conferences notes, and informal observations.
  • Provided classroom accommodations for students with and IEP or 504 Plan.
  • Experience with special need students and understanding IEPs

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10. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Managed classroom and assumed all responsibilities of classroom teacher including curriculum development, student assessment, and communication with parents.
  • Coached peers in curriculum development and instructional practice.
  • Served as lead teacher for two school years and collaborated with colleagues on curriculum development.

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11. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Generated lesson plans on a daily basis, utilizing workbooks and in-class activities to engage the varied needs of the students.
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities.

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12. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Present research based information on teaching literacy to administrators and parents.
  • Implemented lessons in Literacy Assisted children and teacher during lessons
  • Create a positive and literacy enriched learning environment.
  • Developed literacy centers to reinforce spelling/ vocabulary words.
  • Increased 4th grade students' standardized test scores in 2016 by 13% in literacy and 8% in math.
  • Design and implement literacy curriculum to teach reading, writing, word study, and decoding strategies.
  • Coordinated guided reading groups, and differentiated literacy centers to meet the diverse needs of my students.
  • Evaluated and implemented a reader and writer's workshop as part of a balanced literacy program.
  • Administered the Early Childhood Literacy Assessment twice yearly in order to monitor students' literacy progress.
  • Implement reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Selected as a member of the school's Spelling Team and Literacy Team.
  • Volunteered for Fall Festival and Literacy and Fine Arts Night.
  • Designed all instruction with a strong focus on literacy.
  • Co-planned Literacy Night involving child and their families.
  • Design and implement a Civil Rights Movement thematic unit that promotes critical literacy.
  • Planned, organized and conducted afterschool staff development sessions surrounding differentiating literacy centers.
  • Serve as Intermediate Literacy Lead which entails attending Literacy PDs to learn new strategies and best practices to share with colleagues.
  • Developed lessons using the LitLife, Fundations, and Leveled Literacy Intervention programs.
  • Provide afterschool math and literacy intervention and enrichment instruction to 3rd grade scholars.
  • School Leadership Team Member ELA Committee Member/School Representative Certified Mentor Teacher Implementation of Daily 5/CAFE Literacy Practices

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13. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Served as a liaison to teachers assisting in all core subjects such as Math, Social Studies, and English.
  • Prepared and implemented daily lesson plans for all core subjects in fifth grade (Calvary Academy).

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14. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and taught lessons and units with aligned objectives to Common Core State Standards using developmentally appropriate activities and instructional strategies.
  • Provide collaborative learning opportunities aligned with the state standards.
  • Developed curriculum adhering to district and state standards.
  • Created standards-based curriculum Common Core State Standards.
  • Planned and instructed classroom lessons using Indiana Academic State Standards, Teaching Learning Cycle, and Knowledge Work theories of instruction.
  • Implemented the N.Y. state standards with the integration of technology in general education classes in grades 3 and 4.
  • Participate extensively in creation and development of Common Core State Standards units to be implemented school year 2014/2015.
  • Created and implemented Second Grade Mathematics Curriculum Map for the Catalyst Network aligned to Common Core State Standards
  • Incorporated Arizona's state standards and Common Core standards to meet the needs of individual students.
  • Prepared 200+ students for promotion to 2nd grade according to the Common Core State Standards.
  • Foster and facilitate learning by creating work and lesson plans in line with state standards.
  • Planned and carried out daily lessons that aligned to Common Core State Standards.
  • Achieved over 81% master of Indiana State Standards with students.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans implementing the N.Y. state standards.
  • State Standards based general education curriculum to 5th grade class.
  • Implemented county curriculum through Sunshine State standards.
  • Provided instruction tostudents utilizing the Indiana Academic State Standards.
  • General Education Teacher supporting the NJ Common Core Curriculum and NJ State Standards for students in 1st thru 4th grade.

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15. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Differentiated instruction in all subject areas with whole-group and small-group lessons, focusing on increasing student engagement and authentic learning.
  • Manage a diverse primary grade classroom in county-prescribed curriculum in multiple subject areas.
  • Coordinated with the principal and other faculty to provide grade level appropriate curriculum and lead classroom instruction in all subject areas.
  • Planned, prepared, and taught lessons in all general education subject areas, including the new common core math series.
  • Collaborated with 14 colleagues to create a curriculum to meet the special needs of all students in all subject areas
  • Delivered instruction in all subject areas to twenty-four students in a 5th grade general education setting.
  • Collaborated with colleagues at grade level planning meetings to develop lessons in all subject areas.
  • Instructed thirty students in all subject areas in a regular classroom environment.
  • Implemented activities geared towards preparation for MCAS testing in all subject areas.
  • Provide tutoring and assist students needing help in subject areas.
  • Planned wrote and implemented lessons for all academic subject areas.
  • Designed technology rich lessons in all subject areas.
  • Assumed full teaching responsibilities in all subject areas.
  • Team teaching in different subject areas.
  • Teach all subject areas for preparation.
  • Utilized varied teaching techniques to meet the needs of visual, kinesthetic and auditory learners for all subject areas.
  • Implemented the 2nd grade curriculum to 25 - 33 economically disadvantaged students in all subject areas, RELATED EXPERIENCE
  • Develop rigorous engaging lesson plans building the foundational academic skills for first graders in all subject areas.
  • Created cultural booklet after Yupik Days including pictures and explanations of the different subject areas.
  • Grade 3 * Planned, instructed, and assessed 30 students in all subject areas.

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16. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement lessons in language arts, math, science and social studies for a class of 22 students.
  • Aligned middle school English Language Arts curriculum, including vertical alignment to consecutive elementary and junior high school grades.
  • Realigned 6th and 7th grade reading, language arts, and social studies scope and sequence according to standards.
  • Instructed third graders in the subjects of reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies.
  • Plan, implement, and facilitate English Language Arts Content Curriculum school-wide to ensure systematic approach to student growth.
  • Prepared and presented daily lesson plans in life skills, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
  • Teach fourth grade math, reading, science, social studies, and language arts general education curriculum.
  • Teach language arts, transition, and provide support to students in the learning resource center.
  • Used data to drive instruction for math, language arts, and guided reading.
  • Compiled English Language Arts data to track student achievement and improve best practice.
  • Modified English Language Arts curriculum and instructional plans based on assessment results data.
  • Chaired 6th and 7th grade English Language Arts and social studies departments.
  • Developed and instructed 6th and 7th grade English Language Arts curriculum.
  • Integrated enrichment programs into all aspects of English Language Arts curriculum.
  • Assisted in expanding additional English Language Arts curriculum throughout district.
  • Conducted one-on-one and small group activities with students based on differentiated learning needs Class instruction in language arts and math
  • Developed and instructed Highly Capable reading, language arts, and social studies curriculum.
  • Experienced in using the English Language Arts Curriculum Superkids.

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17. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents and professional colleagues through open communication and a support system.
  • Created a supportive environment that encouraged positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues and administrators.
  • Developed positive relationships with students, their parents, and staff.

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18. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Serve as the head teacher and provide age appropriate theology instruction for 21-24 students in the Kindergarten, Communion and Pre-Confirmation classes
  • Collaborated with grade group teachers and Kindergarten/1st grade house teachers to plan and mentor weekly.
  • Implemented curriculum and directed year-end program for all students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • Planned and implemented Team Time activities that accommodated students in Kindergarten through 2nd grade
  • Delivered instruction in all subject areas to kindergarten and first grade students.
  • Lead teacher in Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms.
  • Experience in Infant to Kindergarten class rooms.
  • Facilitated 26-28 Kindergarten studnets in Math, ELA, Science, Social Studies and Drama.

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  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Established positive rapport with students, guardians, and staff members through daily communication and collaboration.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Participated in team planning with cohort teachers, resource specialists, and staff members.
  • Followed the ADDIE model when developing and implementing training content to staff members.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to plan instruction and share best teaching strategies.
  • Collaborated with grade level staff members to develop activities and joint lessons.

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20. Content Areas

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  • Developed and implemented lessons across all content areas using the Literacy Collaborative Framework.
  • Planned and instructed in all content areas while meeting the needs of exceptional learners as well as students with learning difficulties.
  • Developed, arranged and implemented lesson plans in grade level specific content areas appropriate for 20- 27 diverse students.
  • Created and implemented fall and spring learning expeditions that integrated content areas, including an overnight camping trip.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans and activities for fourth grade students across all content areas.
  • Collaborated with team members to create unit plans for all content areas.
  • Organized field trips to supplement or extend student learning in content areas.
  • Design and implement student centered lessons in all content areas.
  • Develop units of study in six different content areas.
  • Design and execute lessons in all content areas.
  • Implemented the workshop model in all content areas.
  • Second Grade Accelerated Classroom Taught general education students in the content areas of ELA, Math Social Studies, and Science.
  • Create lesson plans that differentiate instruction in all of the content areas.

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21. ESL

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  • Teach special education and ESL populations in the general education classroom setting.
  • Worked as an ESL/ELA teacher and a Physical Education Instructor

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  • Participated in the development of suitable curricula and effective teaching methods.
  • Participate in staff meetings and events and professional development opportunities.
  • Participated in Language Arts Curriculum Committee and Diversity Committee.
  • Supervised and participated in extra-curricular student and staff activities.
  • Participated in administration of student benchmark assessments.
  • Participated in weekly grade-level Professional Development.
  • Employed combined discipline plan with effective measures and various lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Communicated with the child study team and participated in the implementation of Individuated Education Plan's of students with various differences.
  • Create and manage a caring, supportive, purposeful and stimulating environment which is conducive to children's learning.
  • Implemented assertive discipline strategies, and techniques to create, and foster a collaborative learning environment.
  • Participated in grade level curriculum and team meetings, parent conferences, and IEP meetings.
  • Participated in school and accreditation meetings, parent conferences, and after school activities.
  • Contribute to the development and co-ordination of a particular area of the curriculum.
  • Participate(s) in design/implementation, and presentation of educational workshops.
  • Participate in staff meetings as required.
  • Participated in an array of professional development trainings and workshops required by the Charter.
  • Participated in the Extended School Year Program Direct Training Technique Instructor in After School Program
  • Participated and received supplemental class materials through full-funded projects from Donor's Choose.
  • Buffalo, New York Junior Participant, 4th-Grade General Education, Spring 2009
  • Frequent participation in the students' Social Programme.

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  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Assess and evaluate student's progress based on curriculum, behavior and social development and make recommendations.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Observe and evaluate student's behavior, and social development.

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24. Differentiate Instruction

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Here's how Differentiate Instruction is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Differentiate instruction according to skill level.
  • Utilized creative teaching techniques to differentiate instruction for students with different learning styles and levels of ability.
  • Differentiate instruction through the use of small group instruction, independent practice, and peer-to-peer practice.
  • Differentiate instruction for beginner, intermediate, and advanced English Language Learners.
  • Differentiate instruction to meet the diverse needs of their learners.
  • Differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learning styles.
  • Differentiate instruction while maintaining rigor in the classroom.
  • Developed and implemented unit pre/post-tests in reading and math, and successfully used data to differentiate instruction.

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  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via conferences, progress reports, and phone calls.
  • Communicated with families through daily newsletter, phone calls, and notes sent home.
  • Maintained weekly communication/progress reports, family logs, and as needed, phone calls.
  • Communicate with parents/guardians through weekly newsletters, phone calls, and emails.
  • Maintain strong communication with parents through monthly meetings, newsletters, phone calls, email, and the class webpage.
  • Encouraged parental involvement through frequent meetings, phone calls, and progress reports .

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in General Education Teacher jobs:
  • Develop & implement curricula strategies Develop classroom setting, meeting State Certification
  • Created a safe, positive and secure classroom setting.
  • Work with students in a small classroom setting.
  • Have experience teaching in different classroom settings.

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27. Instructional Materials

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  • Develop lesson plans and organize instructional materials.
  • Earned high marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching diverse students.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Assist in selection of books, equipment and other instructional materials.

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28. Co-Taught

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29. Data Analysis

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  • Set goals based on previous and current data analysis.
  • Assessed students' learning on an ongoing basis through both formative and summative assessments and data analysis.

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30. Fountas

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  • Used the Fountas and Pinnel Program to benchmark students' reading levels.

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31. NYS

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  • Monitored by NYSED and EUSC.
  • Prepare and deliver whole group, small group and one-on-one instruction in all NYS pre-k curriculum subjects in a self-contained setting.
  • Conducted running records and pre-assessment tests in math to prepare students for the NYS ELA and Math Tests.
  • administered the NYS ELA; participant in Faculty Feud; differentiated instruction; weekly newsletters
  • Prepare English Language Leaners for NYSELAT testing in a weekly Saturday Academy Program.

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32. ELL

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  • Work collaboratively with fellow general education/co-teacher.
  • Developed and implemented differentiated ECR lesson plans/homework assignments for 21-student ELL-inclusion classroom as the General Education Lead Teacher.
  • Utilized colleagues and administration to create a well-rounded learning environment.
  • Decide on the least restrictive environment for the student as well as most appropriate state assessment for student's grades 6-8.
  • Lead an alternative education program of at-risk students focused on Diversity, Respect, Integrity, Vision, and Excellence.
  • Plan and instruct literature, grammar, spelling, math, American History, health and creative writing.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling in and out of Reading class.
  • Adapt lessons for advanced students as well as students with disabilities to ensure success.
  • Identify emotional, intellectual, physical issues which may be hindering their potential
  • Organized activities that enhanced children's physical, emotional and social well-being.
  • General classroom teacher at Helen Keller Elementary in Kirkland, WA.
  • Trained in the Orton-Gillingham Approach to reading and spelling.
  • Developed an excellent rapport with students and staff.
  • Partnered with colleagues regarding curriculum modifications and behavior management strategies and techniques, as well as pre-referral intervention strategies.
  • Included in the teaching of those grades I prepared IEPs for special education students as well a behavior intervention plans.
  • Prepare students to develop their intrapersonal and interpersonal skills, as well as assist them in becoming successful citizens.
  • Develop and plan effective teaching methods and instructional materials to meet the student's learning styles and multiple intelligences.
  • Completed several long-term positions: 6th grade LA/SS and 5th grade GE Developed and organized meaningful instruction for all students including ELLs
  • Well versed in the curriculums of engage NY, Lucy Calkins writer's workshop, and best practices in guided reading.
  • school year Taught math, spelling, reading, writing, and social studies in an intermediate school setting.

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33. Pbis

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  • Collaborated with school psychologist and Coached/Trained staff on PBIS- strategies, and how to select and choose appropriate behavioral interventions.
  • Facilitated the School-Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program (SWPBIS).
  • Assisted in running the PBIS program in our school.

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34. Pinnell

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  • Conducted multiple guided reading groups, including student running records, using the Fountas and Pinnell Reading Program.
  • Utilize the Fountas and Pinnell Running Record system to evaluate student's instructional and independent reading growth quarterly.
  • Monitored progress of students daily on their current reading levels (Fountas and Pinnell).
  • Facilitated reading workshop through the Fountas and Pinnell framework.
  • Analyzed students' reading levels using Fountas and Pinnell Running Records Assessed students' word knowledge using Spelling Inventory

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35. Report Cards

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  • Take attendance, report cards and progress reports, evaluate assignments, and preserve a structured learning environment.
  • Graded assessments, recorded them in a grading book, and put them on student report cards.
  • Provide feedback for report cards and IEP's and attend parent conferences.
  • Provided periodic progress reports and issued report cards each trimester.
  • report cards, progress reports Teacher related duties outside of the classroom e.g.

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36. Esol

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  • Assist children in academic and personal/social growth through interpersonal, organizational, and conflict-resolution skills.
  • Confer with parents or guardians, teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.
  • Adapted lessons for advanced students and students with learning disabilities (504, IEP, EP and ESOL).
  • Used scaffolding techniques for SEI and ESOL students on a daily basis.
  • Published student writing and volunteered to help resolve student personal issues.
  • Tested ESOL students entering the program, using the BEST.
  • Tutored 10-15 student's daily in reading, writing and English skills (ESOL).
  • Created standard based lesson plans for all subjects - Used a variety of visual aids and cues for ESOL students
  • provided support to non-English speaking students in the classroom SEI and ESOL.

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37. Social Needs

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  • Instruct 1st Grade curriculum by designing and developing programs to meet academic SGO's, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Implemented lessons to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.

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38. Public Schools

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  • Served students in a Chicago Public Schools alternative high school environment.

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39. Informal Assessments

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  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, and social development through formal and informal assessments and data analysis.
  • Used a variety of formal and informal assessments to track learner knowledge and progress.
  • Drive instruction based on data maintained through conferences, formal and informal assessments.
  • Utilized formal and informal assessments to measure progress on student goals.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments of each student.
  • Used formal and informal assessments for diagnostic, formative, and summative purposes.

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40. Clear Objectives

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  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to children.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.

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41. Regular Basis

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  • Communicated effectively, both orally and in writing, with student parents and other professionals on a regular basis.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis on the progress of their child.

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42. Summative Assessments

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43. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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  • Communicated extensively with parents and staff regularly during PLC s and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Strengthened parent-teacher and parent-child communication by holding regular parent-teacher conferences.
  • Liaised daily with parents and conducted quarterly parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted Parent-Teacher conferences twice a year.
  • Participated in fall parent-teacher conferences.Practicum Experiences
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences Supervise Assistant Teachers and one-to-one aides.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.

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44. ICT

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  • General teaching duties and curriculum writing and development for district-wide curriculum.
  • Participated in curriculum and staff development programs in district.
  • Attended site and district meetings; enhanced community involvement in school affairs, and increased membership by 20%.
  • Encouraged by building principal and district to pursue the advanced leadership certificate in preparation for an administrator role.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Consult and collaborate with school and district specialists to meet the needs of a diverse set of students
  • Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with district, county, state and federal guidelines.
  • Utilized District's Summer School Curriculum to instruct students who needed EOC credit and STAAR remediation.
  • School district is currently the top-performing school district in the state of Florida.
  • Tested and chaired eligibility meetings for all preschool age students in the district.
  • Attended and participated in the district in-service programs and faculty meetings.
  • Implement district curriculum while adjusting to meet needs of students.
  • General education classroom Teacher, West Chicago District #33
  • Served on district and school committees including C.A.R.E.S.
  • Planned detailed lessons using district pacing guides.
  • General Education Teacher in ICT classroom
  • Served on district curriculum committees, co-coordinated summer science programs and professional development training.
  • Established campuswide Leader in Me program in coordination with community leaders and led team; program serves as model for district.
  • General education substitute teacher and various district buildings for grades pre k -12.
  • Support in the lecture dictated during class periods Projects and Events

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45. Anecdotal Records

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  • Assess student performance through anecdotal records, student-teacher conferencing, peer evaluation, checklists, and student portfolios.
  • Assessed student performance through anecdotal records, peer evaluation, weekly assessments, projects and student portfolios.
  • Assess student performance through anecdotal records, conferences, goal setting, checklists and written assessments.
  • Observed student progress with written and oral assessments, and maintained anecdotal records.

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20 Most Common Skills For A General Education Teacher

Classroom Management

20.0%

Grade Level

14.0%

Mathematics

9.7%

Student Learning

9.1%

Special Needs

7.5%

Lesson Plans

6.9%

Small Groups

4.0%

Social Studies

3.8%

IEP

3.6%

Curriculum Development

3.5%

Class Activities

3.2%

Literacy

2.4%

Core Subjects

2.0%

State Standards

2.0%

Subject Areas

1.9%

Language Arts

1.7%

Positive Relationships

1.5%

Kindergarten

1.3%

Staff Members

0.9%

Content Areas

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A General Education Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 18.0%
2 Grade Level 12.6%
3 Mathematics 8.7%
4 Student Learning 8.2%
5 Special Needs 6.8%
6 Lesson Plans 6.3%
7 Small Groups 3.6%
8 Social Studies 3.5%
9 IEP 3.3%
10 Curriculum Development 3.1%
11 Class Activities 2.9%
12 Literacy 2.1%
13 Core Subjects 1.8%
14 State Standards 1.8%
15 Subject Areas 1.7%
16 Language Arts 1.5%
17 Positive Relationships 1.3%
18 Kindergarten 1.1%
19 Staff Members 0.8%
20 Content Areas 0.8%
21 ESL 0.6%
22 RTI 0.6%
23 Social Development 0.5%
24 Differentiate Instruction 0.5%
25 Phone Calls 0.5%
26 Classroom Setting 0.5%
27 Instructional Materials 0.5%
28 Co-Taught 0.4%
29 Data Analysis 0.4%
30 Fountas 0.4%
31 NYS 0.4%
32 ELL 0.4%
33 Pbis 0.4%
34 Pinnell 0.4%
35 Report Cards 0.4%
36 Esol 0.3%
37 Social Needs 0.3%
38 Public Schools 0.3%
39 Informal Assessments 0.3%
40 Clear Objectives 0.3%
41 Regular Basis 0.3%
42 Summative Assessments 0.3%
43 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.3%
44 ICT 0.3%
45 Anecdotal Records 0.3%
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