Top High School Science Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a High School Science Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of High School Science Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 26.0% of High School Science Teacher resumes contained Biology as a skill. Let's find out what skills a High School Science Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on High School Science Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented curricula for Molecular Biology and Science and Technology Research courses and wrote successful grant for academic materials.
  • Developed, implemented and delivered lesson plans for Biology and Anatomy and Physiology students.
  • Designed and implemented Chemistry and Biology curriculum based on Indiana State Academic Standards.
  • United StatesSupported after student tutoring with Chemistry and Biology assignments after class.
  • Developed and implemented interdisciplinary lessons with Biology and Agricultural Science teachers.
  • Conducted lectures and laboratories equivalent to a first-year university biology course.
  • Established a transition education biology curriculum for at-risk students.
  • Participated in Biology curriculum planning for Wilson County Schools.
  • Designed informative and engaging lesson plans for biology.
  • Develop biology curriculum around technology driven assessments.
  • Teach Natural, Physical and Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry and AP Biology, 7th to 12th grade English groups.
  • Increased student proficiency in all Common Core Biology standards by 400%, as measured by the 2014 Biology End-of-Course test.
  • Teach six classes of four subjects daily including Chemistry, Biology, Physical Science and Environmental Science to high school students.
  • Teach grades 9 through 12 in all science areas including Biology, Physical Science, Anatomy and Physiology, and Chemistry.
  • Based coursework on California standards for Physical science, Biology 1A & Physics 1A and the College Board for AP Biology.
  • Teach 6-8 Middle School Science, Grade 9 Biology, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, Environmental Science, Marine Biology.
  • Upgraded General Science course by incorporating units in Earth Science, Physics, and Chemistry to the existing Biology-only curriculum.
  • Teach Biology to 9th graders involving laboratory experiments that demonstrate changes in living organisms and differences in different life forms.
  • Have also taught Honors Biology, AP Environmental Science, Environmental Science, Life Science and Marine Biology.
  • Teach high school physics, chemistry, integrated science, biology, algebra, and AP Environmental Science.

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2. Science Curriculum

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Here's how Science Curriculum is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented Minnesota Graduation standards within science curriculum including adapted standards to meet the needs of Special Education students.
  • Worked with technology committee to acquire updated technology and equipment for Science curriculum.
  • Work with technology coordinator to incorporate technology into the science curriculum.
  • Developed science curriculum and lessons aligning with Michigan Benchmarks.
  • Developed and successfully implemented new science curriculum.
  • Developed the Environmental Science curriculum.
  • Head of Science Teaching Department, Supervisor for Classes' Science Teaching, Science Curriculum Facilitator, and Science Testing Examiner.
  • Instructed a hands-on collaborative science curriculum to diverse student populations in the middle, junior, and high school levels.
  • Modify state's general education Science curriculum to meet each child's individual needs and provide required remedial instruction.
  • Provided science curriculum for students with various learning abilities and learning styles using a variety of strategies and resources.
  • Provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences based on goals and objectives identified in the science curriculum.
  • Participated in weekly professional development and was part of the science curriculum planning board.
  • Plan and provide the carry out of specific instruction directly related to science curriculum.
  • Contributed to the revision of district science curriculum and creation of district-wide common assessments.
  • Planned and implemented lessons for Freshman physical science and general science curriculum.
  • Designated to lead team writing science curriculum and supervised school safety patrol.
  • Plan and implement research based science curriculum for grades 9th through 12th.
  • Developed interactive Physical Science and Marine Science curriculum for 120 students.
  • Served on committees to develop science curriculum and improve student performance.
  • Developed 6th-10th science curriculum based on the Colorado Academic Standards.

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised 54 students, while incorporating classroom management.
  • Implement and reinforce campus and classroom rules, expectations, procedures and routines for effective classroom management.
  • Mentored ILT's with classroom management skills, fostering meaningful relationships and instructional techniques.
  • Establish mutual respect in the classroom by using sound classroom management skills.
  • Assisted in implementing School-wide Positive Behavior Support and effective classroom management strategies including Functional Assessment of Behavior and Behavioral Intervention Plans.
  • Attended a variety of professional developmental workshops centered on leaning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging activities.

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4. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Demonstrated differentiated instruction and integrated technology into lesson plans to encourage critical thinking, self-motivation, and retention among multicultural students.
  • Prepared lesson plans, developed inquiry based laboratory activities, and performed student assessments to maximize understanding.
  • Created engaging lesson plans that accommodated for multiple learning styles and incorporated multiple teaching strategies.
  • Created differentiated lesson plans and hands-on activities for general and exceptional students.
  • Created and implemented differentiated lesson plans for different levels of students.
  • Developed innovative lesson plans and practical application exercises for classroom.
  • Developed lesson plans and appropriate instructional aids stressing scientific methods.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and scheduled engaging classroom activities.
  • Prepared and developed lesson plans and instructional programs.
  • Developed original lesson plans involving project-based learning.
  • Prepared lesson plans and developed new curriculum.
  • Prepare academically challenging and compelling lesson plans.
  • Developed daily lesson plans and instructional resources.
  • Formulated curriculum and weekly lesson plans.
  • Teach High School Integrated Chemistry & Physics, developed technical lesson plans, conducted lectures & hands on laboratory experiments.
  • Prepare and execute lesson plans for four different subjects, including accommodations for multiple individualized education plans (IEP).
  • Work closely with high school science teacher to understand effective teaching styles, lesson plans, and classroom procedures.
  • Prepared lesson plans and instruction for adolescents in the subjects of Chemistry, Pre-AP Chemistry and AP Chemistry.
  • Introduced daily and unit lesson plans, administered test and evaluations, and analyzed student's performance.
  • Work in team based environment to create interactive and functional lesson plans and meet mandated time lines.

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5. Environmental Science

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Here's how Environmental Science is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and piloted Environmental Science course to meet Minnesota State environmental studies standard.
  • Developed, implemented, and assessed instruction in Advanced Placement Environmental Science, Physics, Physical Science, and Global Studies.
  • Prepare and Present Courses in Honors and General Earth and Environmental Science.
  • Teach Earth/Environmental Science, Physics, and Chemistry/Physical Science.
  • Proctored an AP Environmental Science course.
  • Lead teacher in Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Developed first inclusive, interdisciplinary AP and Honors Environmental Science program at Uncommon.
  • Provided effective classroom instruction at a college preparatory institution in Environmental Science, Chemistry, Spanish, and Tennis.
  • Earth and Environmental Science - Global Science Issues (formerly Environmental Science)

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6. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Develop and maintain a proactive, effective and interactive classroom learning environment by utilizing innovative methodologies and instructional materials.
  • Developed materials to help guide classroom instructional assistants, including student engagement strategies and other web-based instructional materials.
  • Adapted instructional materials to meet the needs of a highly diverse student population educationally, culturally and differing ability levels.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials, including selecting, compiling and collecting all necessary books and instructional materials.

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7. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Networked and developed partnerships within the community to create out-of-class opportunities to expand student learning.
  • Skilled in core curriculum development to improve student learning at various academic levels.
  • Developed and maintained classroom integrity while stimulating student learning.
  • Create and administer informal and formal assessments to track student learning in alignment with student Individual Education Plans.
  • Worked as an integral team member to improve student learning, and overall function of the school.
  • Facilitate student learning in the area of Physical Science for freshmen as part of freshman team.
  • Created a safe and relaxed environment in the classroom to enhance student learning experience.
  • Assess student learning formally and informally using a variety of assessments and grading rubrics.
  • Developed goals based lesson plans to promote student learning and inform future instruction practices.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans that fulfilled the requirements in student learning styles.
  • Create and administer informal and formal assessments to track student learning.
  • Accelerated student learning by conducting before and after school tutoring.

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8. Lab Equipment

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Here's how Lab Equipment is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Developed laboratory experiments, monitored lab equipment, supervision of students during lab work.
  • Secured $6000 donation of lab equipment/materials from Columbia University.
  • Created labs and effectively managed lab equipment.
  • Cleaned and kept inventory of glassware and lab equipment used for each experiment.
  • Inventoried and maintained chemicals for science laboratory experiments, maintained lab equipment, and kept work area clean.
  • Reviewed and selected all texts and resources; liaised with suppliers of lab equipment and supplies.

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9. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Applied individualized teaching techniques to meet specialized needs and disabilities of numerous special needs students.
  • Provided additional instruction and altered assignments for Exceptionally Challenged students to accommodate special needs.
  • Participated in analyzing and evaluating the development of mainstreamed students with special needs.
  • Differentiated instruction for students with special needs and students with varied learning styles.
  • Worked extensively with special needs students as well with English Language Learners.
  • Graded assignments, and helped students who were struggling in class, or who had otherspecial needs.
  • Allocated time to special needs student and parents.

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10. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Created & executed informative & engaging lesson plans for Anatomy & Physiology & Environmental Science.
  • grade Marine Science and Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Conducted experiments ranging from general biology, chemistry, physics, geology, microbiology, genetics, microbiology, and anatomy
  • Have instituted a program of visiting Medical Professionals that lecture on a variety of specialization, pertaining to Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Worked collaboratively with program instructors to design anatomy and physiology courses to augment their curriculum.
  • Work with students on multimedia sculptures based on animal and mechanical anatomy.

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11. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Course content ranges from medical applications to specific topics in physiology.
  • Modified accepted labs for human physiology - respiration, heart rate, levers, histology, digestion, and reflex analysis.
  • Recruited the plant physiology professor to guide the students through the garden.
  • Teach Biology and Human Physiology to mainstream and shelter programs.
  • Developed and taught: Environmental Science and Human Physiology.
  • Instructed nursing students in Pathophysiology course.

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12. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with administration, faculty and staff with curriculum development and problem solving.
  • Trained in climate change curriculum development by Climate Generation.
  • Perform high school science teaching duties including curriculum development, instruction, and assessment per district guidelines.
  • Provided leadership for middle school curriculum development including the development and implementation of new programming for a modified Friday schedule.
  • Participate in staff development activities and staff meetings, curriculum development activities as required or assigned.
  • Served on school committees focusing on curriculum development, school improvement and extra-curricular activities.

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13. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared lessons for 25-30 high school students, per session, in advanced science and mathematics.
  • Collaborate with lead teacher concerning daily lessons in Science, History, Skills, English Language Arts, and Mathematics.
  • Prepared mathematics lesson plans for high school students, delivering curriculum to students in special education and accelerated learners.
  • Created unique curriculum and lesson plans to introduce science and mathematics concepts through lectures and interactive experiments.
  • Helped students understand mathematics related subjects and solved questions in algebra, calculus, and trigonometry area.
  • Develop and implement cross-curricular projects showing connections between mathematics and physical science and professional skills of students.

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14. Science Department

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Here's how Science Department is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Work collaboratively with the science department to plan activities which generate student involvement.
  • Implemented effective instructional practices and provided leadership for high school science department.
  • Collaborated within the science department developing curriculum and lessons.
  • Facilitated Professional Learning Community sessions with the science department.
  • Collaborated with science department colleagues designing curriculum and assessments.
  • Collaborate with a number of colleagues to complete tasks and create a curriculum for all the courses in the science departments.
  • Communicated with parents, administration, science department, and other school specialists to help students learn and graduate high school.
  • Coordinated with colleagues from other Science Departments for experiments, projects, curriculum enhancement, and lesson design.
  • Managed group of 4 teachers by serving as academic team leader within the science department.
  • Meet with the science department to align curriculum and fill gaps in coverage.
  • Collaborate with science department to align curriculum and create common learning experience.
  • Earned Employee of the Month for North Haven High School Science Department.
  • Coordinated the collaboration of science department members to ensure student success.
  • Promoted to Science Department Head after one year.
  • Served as chairperson for the science department.
  • ACT test preparation, Science Department Chair.
  • Head for the Science Department.
  • Set up life science department.
  • Served as Science Department Head.
  • Served as Science Department Chair.

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15. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented different methods of informal (e.g., in-class activities and assignments) and formal evaluations (e.g.
  • Directed class activities and implemented a behavior management program.
  • Learned to achieve objectives with active engagement keeping a balance between projects, class activities, and standard teaching practices.
  • Supervised and facilitated class activities and the lesson plan in Pre-AP Earth Science and Advisory.
  • Sponsored the Senior Class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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16. Algebra II

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Here's how Algebra II is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Created lessons plans for Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Earth Science and Biology courses.
  • Instructed middle/high school levels in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra II.
  • Instructed 10-11th grade levels of Algebra I and Algebra II to a class of 30 students.
  • Spring 97 During my student teaching, I taught algebra II and a debate class.
  • Teach Geometry, Algebra II, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus
  • Constructed and taught multiple lesson plans for sections of algebra II.

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17. Life Science

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Here's how Life Science is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain Texas Educator Certification in Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities EC-12, Chemistry 7-12, and Life Science 7-12.
  • Teach Life Science to 7th graders including laboratory experiments that demonstrate how living organisms interact with the environment.
  • Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science.
  • Instructed 9-12 Physical, Environmental, and Life Sciences Middle School Head Baseball Coach More Work Experience Upon Request
  • Organized school science laboratory to facilitate observation opportunities, experimental processes and procedures, and life science functions.
  • Developed the planning for academic and completed professional development training for Life Science.

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18. Astronomy

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Here's how Astronomy is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared and taught lessons on Earth, Astronomy, Oceanography and AP Environmental Sciences.
  • Conduct elective course in Astronomy for 11th and 12th-grade students.
  • Instructed: Astronomy *Neuqua & Waubonsie Valley, Earth Science, AP Environmental, Physical Science
  • Researched, developed and implemented two new curricula; college-credit Astronomy and Forensics.
  • Planned and implemented trimester courses in African-American History, Psychology, and Astronomy.
  • Prepared lessons, laboratory exercises, and assessments for teaching Physics and Geology/Astronomy.

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19. Varsity

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Here's how Varsity is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Created a Varsity cross-country program to help prepare and guide students to be able to find balance between sports and academics.
  • Head coach for mane and women's varsity volleyball; successfully lead several teams to City semi-finals.
  • Developed the girl's Junior High and Junior Varsity basketball program and coached for 2 years.
  • Served 4 years as Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach.
  • Head Varsity Swim Team Coach for two years.
  • Coached JV and Varsity volleyball.
  • Coached JV/Varsity Tennis, Freshman/JV/Varsity Cheerleaders Sponsored classes
  • Led Varsity Competition Cheerleading Squad to State Competition in 2010 and finished in 6th place out of 26 squads.
  • Coached at all levels including Head Varsity Wrestling, Assistant Varsity Football and Baseball.
  • Served as the Assistant Varsity Cheerleading Coach.

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20. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Help to develop and implement a quality, enriched curriculum aligned with New Jersey State standards in the health content areas.
  • Prepared outlines and objectives for the courses following district curriculum guidelines and state standards for middle and high school students.
  • Collaborated to plan engaging Integrated Science, Chemistry, and Biology, curricula in accordance with California state standards.
  • Prepared and taught lessons based on state standards in history for Middle School World History and US History.
  • Created daily lesson plans and assessments based on Illinois state standards for approximately 180 students.
  • Prepared and taught lessons using CBL and state standards for Middle School English Language Arts.
  • Continued lessons in-line with the district curriculum, in preparation for the state standards test.
  • Developed lesson plans aligned to state standards based on initial assessment data.
  • Planned daily science lessons conducive to achieving state standards.

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21. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Delivered science material through Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Designed a PowerPoint units that integrated all subject areas, including an interactive bulletin board.
  • Used powerpoint to teach and illustrate concepts for instruction.
  • Designed and created several PowerPoint presentations and project-based lessons to support and reinforce learning and engagement.
  • Prepared laboratory materials and delivered content using PowerPoint, interactive online labs, Gizmos learning website.
  • Plan and develop curriculum for daily instruction using Microsoft PowerPoint to design and deliver lecture and facilitate classroom discussion.

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22. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in administrative tasks such as daily scheduling, ISP development and IEP implementation, and basic building and grounds maintenance.
  • Used IEP's and other tracking devices to provide differentiated and specialized instruction for students of all learning and language backgrounds.
  • Monitor quarterly progress of IEP goals per student on caseload by communicating with student, teacher and parents.
  • Attend 504 and IEP meetings for students in need, implement accommodations, maintain confidential records and communications.
  • Created Individual Education Plans (IEP) for students who were labeled as special needs in education.
  • Worked closely with special education teachers to meet IEP requirements for a dozen students.
  • Maintain confidentiality of IEP/504, student grades, and contact information.
  • Attend IEP and 504 meetings when scheduled.
  • Participate in the ARD/IEP process.
  • Designed differentiated daily instruction based on special education students' individualized education programs (IEPs).
  • Consulted IEPs for individual adaptations and modifications.
  • Worked in a diverse classroom with students from varying socio-economic backgrounds, including multiple IEP and gifted students.
  • Developed monthly newsletters Participated in IEP meetings for each child.
  • Created 'experiential' classes for students with IEPs.
  • Case manager for student IEPs.
  • Participated in Core Evaluations and design and implementation of IEPs; adapted curriculum to accommodate a wide variety of special needs.

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23. Zoology

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Here's how Zoology is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and taught zoology to upper-level students.
  • Instructed through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in subjects such as Zoology.

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24. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Incorporate learning principles that follow the Science Common Core Standards.
  • Create lessons/curriculum based on principles of academic learning and social development.
  • Advanced Sports Marketing/Principles of Business teacher
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive lesson plans that accommodated all levels of learners using the Howard Gardner's theory principles.
  • Teach Career Management, Principles of Business & Finance, Entrepreneurship, and Personal Finance
  • Organize and coordinate student trips to promote Biblical principles that are taught in class.

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25. Ecology

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Here's how Ecology is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared students for regional examinations and taught Ecology as part of the General Science coursework.
  • Developed coursework and taught Advanced Placement Biology, Chemistry, Integrated Science, and Ecology/Oceanography.
  • Created and instructed curricula on marine environments and ecology.
  • Improved student outcomes by implementing an outdoor/hands-on creek ecology program.
  • Assisted in the mentoring of the school's ecology club.
  • Present topics in agriculture, horticulture, medicine, biotechnology, ecology, conservation, and environmental issues.

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26. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Installed Microsoft Windows 2000 and software for students to have access to the Internet.
  • Incorporated SmartBoard Technology, websites, the Internet, and computer programs into lessons.
  • Supported, the Computer Lab's Internet and network operations.
  • Supported the School's Internet and Network operations.
  • Employed use of technology through internet games, teaching websites, and iPads.
  • Prepared and administered daily assignments, quizzes, tests and laboratory experiments while incorporating computer and internet technology.

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27. Space Science

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Here's how Space Science is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Planned lessons in Environmental Science, Earth Space Science, Physical Science, and standard and honors Physics.
  • Created, wrote, and developed curriculum materials, laboratory activities, grade-level appropriate readings and assessments for Astronomy/Space Science.
  • Created and implemented nationally recognized space science program.
  • Earth and Space Science, Biology, Puberty Education
  • Provide and deliver lectures on Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Nutrition and Earth and Space Science to undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Have taught Advanced Biology, General Biology, Physical Science, Integrated Science 1,2,3,4, and Earth and Space Science.

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28. Olympiad

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Here's how Olympiad is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Assembled, coached and motivated the first RHS team to compete at the State Science Olympiad.
  • Developed, implemented and administered school-wide Science Olympiad program.
  • Oversee all aspects of running the school's science fair, helped with Science Olympiad, and any other teaching duties.
  • Involved in STEM Education and Student Mentor for Science Olympiads
  • Created and mentored an award-winning Science Olympiad team.
  • Introduce and sponsor Science Olympiad.

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29. Geometry

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Here's how Geometry is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with administrators and colleagues to develop engaging lesson plans for geometry and advisory classes.
  • Worked in a high school classroom, tutoring students in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Biology, and Chemistry.
  • Prepared and delivered daily, data driven lessons in algebra and geometry to students who were below level.
  • Developed and maintained daily lesson plans for Algebra, Calculus and Analysis, Geometry, Statistics, Probability.
  • Provided scientific (Biology) and mathematical (Algebra 2, Geometry) instruction to high school students.
  • Tutored students in basic through advanced Geometry, Algebra, Calculus, Persuasive Writing, and Physics.

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30. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects in all content material.
  • Developed subject curriculum based on Common Core/ Illinois Learning Standards showing clear objectives and expectations.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for learning activities.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all activities.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.

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31. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with staff members to review assessment data, school initiatives and the academic needs of the students.
  • Empowered staff members and held them accountable for the expected results.
  • Facilitated Cultural Competency sessions to empower staff members in assisting students of any background or heritage to succeed.
  • Collaborate with cooperating staff members in the alignment of curriculum and daily planning
  • Directed multiple weekly outings with severely handicapped individuals and staff members.
  • Developed daily rotating schedules for staff members with detailed requirements.

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32. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with Special Education and ESL instructors to create differentiated lessons for students with special needs in an inclusion environment.
  • Completed ESL student teaching and received ESL license.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students and ESL students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Assumed responsibility of creating a relationship and instructing supporting staff in ESL and every subject I substituted for.PCS
  • Helped ESL high school students with their homework and school projects resulting in passing grades.
  • Coordinated and conducted LPAC meetings, ESL testing, and state testing.

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33. Genetics

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Here's how Genetics is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented a units on Genetics, Fungi and Enzymes using manipulatibles, laboratory activities, and inquiry based lessons.
  • Prepared and instructed biology, botany, chemistry, genetics, microbiology and zoology laboratories.
  • Instructed 240 students on biological fundamentals including cell structure and function, DNA, genetics, ecology, and microscopy.
  • Designed and taught lessons in science (Ecology, Molecules of Life, Genetics, Evolution, etc.)
  • Provided instruction in the biological subjects of Genetics, Ecology, and Cell Biology.
  • Plan and instruct human anatomy & physiology, genetics, and biology courses

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34. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Served and supervised as Department chair including data analysis, observations, monitoring of lesson plans.
  • Performed item mapping and data analysis on individual assessment questions to inform instruction and revise curriculum.
  • Evaluate academic achievement through detailed data analysis of student performance.
  • Used data analysis tools to identify student deficiencies to help drive instruction to vital Common Core required areas.
  • Create engaging lesson plans, map and plan curriculum, track student progress with data analysis.
  • Served as a Teacher-In-Training Mentor to future Arabic educators; Data Analysis Committee, PLC member.

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35. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed fifth-eighth grade students in science and social studies.
  • Developed and implemented student-centered, engaging, and differentiated lessons for three heterogeneous Social Studies classes relating to American History.
  • Created and delivered innovative Social Studies and English curriculum using diverse media and progressive instructional strategies.
  • Planned and executed social studies lessons that integrated primary and secondary historical sources.
  • Instructed and educated seventh grade Science and Social Studies curriculum, and organized monthly Professional Learning Community.
  • Designed and Implemented class lessons Supervised children Social studies lead teacher

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36. Pre-Calculus

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Here's how Pre-Calculus is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed college-level Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and Algebra.
  • Created a new physics and pre-calculus curriculum with an emphasis on higher-order thinking
  • Tutored biology, pre-calculus, and calculus
  • Help students in pre-calculus, Algebra, chemistry

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37. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and successfully executed a self-driven psychology course based on students' interests and school's needs.
  • Applied B. S. Degree in Science/Nursing * Applied B. S. Degree in Psychology
  • Developed and taught courses in Neuroscience, Psychology, Biology, Bioethics and Environmental Science.
  • School liaison to World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and Hahnemann Hospital Psychology Department.
  • mentor Future Educator mentor College Board Certified for AP Psychology Books of Hope Coordinator Silver Knight Mentor
  • Prepare and implement a program of instruction that adhered to the International Baccalaureate Psychology and Advanced Placement Programs.

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38. Diverse Group

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Here's how Diverse Group is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Provided exciting and powerful instruction to diverse group of High School students through a wide variety of hands-on activities.
  • Worked with a diverse group of students coming from multiple different cultures and backgrounds.
  • Promote a positive and safe learning environment for a diverse group of students.
  • Taught/Advised a diverse group of children from 9th-11th.

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39. Visual Aids

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Here's how Visual Aids is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Used audiovisual aids and other materials to supplement presentations.
  • Lecture, demonstrate, and use audiovisual aids to present academic, social and motor skill subject matter to class.
  • Used of a variety of visual aids, textbooks and creative projects to get students involved with science.
  • Instructed students through lectures, discussions, visual aids, and other teaching methods for student comprehension.
  • Utilized a variety of visual aids, textual resources & creative projects to gain student involvement.
  • Used a variety of visual aids electronic media, textbooks and creative projects to engage students.
  • Instructed students by utilizing audiovisual aids and other materials to supplement and enhance learning.

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40. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in PLC meetings and other meetings as scheduled.
  • Developed the 10th grade PLC.
  • Served as PLC leader Participated in special events like science expo, international night and graduation ceremonies.

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41. Class Projects

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Here's how Class Projects is used in High School Science Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and lead students in student government, class projects (prom), and honor's societies.
  • Planned and supervised class projects and field trips and guided students in learning from those activities.
  • Researched and designed class projects for students to enhance their computer skills and computer literacy.
  • Used excel to manage spreadsheets for class projects.

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20 Most Common Skill for a High School Science Teacher

Biology28%
Science Curriculum20.8%
Classroom Management11%
Lesson Plans6.6%
Environmental Science5.3%
Instructional Materials3.2%
Student Learning3.1%
Lab Equipment2.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A High School Science Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Biology
Biology
26%
26%
2
2
Science Curriculum
Science Curriculum
19.4%
19.4%
3
3
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
10.2%
10.2%
4
4
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
6.2%
6.2%
5
5
Environmental Science
Environmental Science
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
3%
3%
7
7
Student Learning
Student Learning
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Lab Equipment
Lab Equipment
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Special Needs
Special Needs
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Anatomy
Anatomy
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Physiology
Physiology
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Mathematics
Mathematics
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Science Department
Science Department
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Algebra II
Algebra II
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Life Science
Life Science
1%
1%
18
18
Astronomy
Astronomy
1%
1%
19
19
Varsity
Varsity
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
State Standards
State Standards
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.6%
0.6%
22
22
IEP
IEP
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Zoology
Zoology
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
Principles
Principles
0.5%
0.5%
25
25
Ecology
Ecology
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Internet
Internet
0.4%
0.4%
27
27
Space Science
Space Science
0.4%
0.4%
28
28
Olympiad
Olympiad
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Geometry
Geometry
0.3%
0.3%
30
30
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.3%
0.3%
31
31
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.3%
0.3%
32
32
ESL
ESL
0.3%
0.3%
33
33
Genetics
Genetics
0.3%
0.3%
34
34
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
0.3%
0.3%
35
35
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Pre-Calculus
Pre-Calculus
0.2%
0.2%
37
37
Psychology
Psychology
0.2%
0.2%
38
38
Diverse Group
Diverse Group
0.2%
0.2%
39
39
Visual Aids
Visual Aids
0.2%
0.2%
40
40
PLC
PLC
0.2%
0.2%
41
41
Class Projects
Class Projects
0.2%
0.2%

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