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Top 45 Inclusion Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Inclusion Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Inclusion Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.0% of Inclusion Teacher resumes contained Special Needs as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Inclusion Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for an Inclusion Teacher:

1. Special Needs

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  • Collaborate with general education teachers on instructing students with special needs.
  • Administrated end of year test to insure special needs students receive their testing accommodations and modifications.
  • Worked as a one to one teacher with a sixth grade student with special needs.
  • Worked with and developed skills with children with special needs, behavioral disorders, etc.
  • Focused primarily on students with special needs: Down Syndrome, Learning Disabilities, Dyslexia.
  • Facilitated the inclusion of a student with special needs into a typical school classroom.
  • Attend to the requirements detailed in the education plans of the special needs students.
  • Implemented inclusion strategies for special needs students in third grade classroom.
  • Provided organizational workshops for parents' and students with special needs.
  • Formulate academic enrichment plans for special needs students across the district.
  • Keep teacher informed of special needs or problems of individual students.
  • Supervised students with special needs and provided assistance as needed.
  • Coordinate placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes.
  • Aided in integrating children with special needs into mainstream classes.
  • Assessed students with special needs.
  • Educated mainstreamed students (4th, 5th, & 6th graders) with special needs students.
  • Worked collegially to provide special needs students with optimal academic opportunity that met state and federal requirements and IDEA guidelines.
  • Created differentiated lessons and activities for students at a variety of levels and with various special needs and giftedness.
  • Modified lesson plans for special needs students Organized meetings with teachers and parents to discuss students educational progress
  • Collaborated with guidance officers, speech pathologists, and psychologists in assist ing children with special needs.

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2. Classroom Management

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  • Instruct positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handle challenging behaviors.
  • Incorporate effective classroom management techniques into classroom activities and lessons.
  • Establish and enforce positive classroom management for behaviors, policies, and procedures to maintain order.
  • Assisted in classroom management, developed lesson plans and evaluated student progress.
  • Record student progress, monitor classroom behavior and maintain classroom management.
  • Preserve an atmosphere for learning through classroom management.
  • Assist teachers in classroom management.

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3. IEP

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  • Incorporated individual support based in IEP's to provide special education
  • Created and differentiated instructional lessons aligned with IEP goals for small heterogeneous groupings in math, reading, and writing.
  • Maintained positive and up to date communications with members of IEP teams and other relevant teachers and staff.
  • Supported special needs children in mainstreamed setting and lead the actualization of IEP goals for students.
  • Organized and ran IEP meetings, and initial and exit transition meetings.
  • Attend all faculty meetings, Professional Development, and IEP Meetings.
  • Create lesson plans according to each child s IEP.
  • Updated student progress for IEP documentation using Net IEP.
  • Develop and implemented IEP for special needs students.
  • Develop and assess IEP goals for students.
  • Create IEP documents for identified students.
  • Team member of IEP meetings.
  • Assisted and prepared IEP Forms.
  • Created IEP's, LEP plans, and AIP's with Special Education Teacher.
  • Educated students with emotional and behavioral disorders, developed IEPs, and provided individualized tutoring sessions.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Managed necessary paperwork: wrote IEP plans, progress reports, behavior plans, and amendments as needed.
  • Used and transitioned between SEMStracker and Easy IEP.
  • Implemented IEPs, track student progress.
  • Completed IEPs for the year before leaving due to PCS.

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4. Lesson Plans

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  • Developed curriculum and daily lesson plans aligned with the Massachusetts Frameworks to accommodate my students.
  • Collaborate with cooperating teacher to design curriculum and lesson plans.
  • Developed and implemented daily lesson plans utilizing differentiated instruction.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans based on established regulations.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and supervised teacher assistants.
  • Make purposeful and appropriate lesson plans that provide for effective teaching strategies and maximize time on task.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive lesson plans that accommodate all levels of learners on each subject area.
  • Write, teach and modify lesson plans to meet the academic needs of my students.
  • Created lesson plans that were engaging and meaningful.
  • Prepare lesson plans and modifications for special students.
  • Write lesson plans in English Language Arts Format.
  • Implemented creative lesson plans for disabled children.
  • Coordinated daily schedules and weekly lesson plans.
  • Administered test, wrote lesson plans.
  • Work collaboratively with general education teacher to create lesson plans Create modifications/accommodations for each student with an IEP/504
  • Developed lesson plans to support Mississippi Occupational Diploma Program Monitored job skills for Mississippi Occupational Program
  • Tenure Track Position Develop differentiated lesson plans for general education students/classified students.
  • Coordinated with teachers to design and implement curriculum and multisensory lesson plans.
  • Create and utilize curriculum lesson plans to provide delivery in the classroom in an inclusion setting.
  • Summer Session) Prepared and carried out age-appropriate lesson plans consistent with special needs program.

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5. General Education Curriculum

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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Modify general education curriculum to integrate classified students into the general education setting.
  • Modify general education curriculum to meet the IEP goals of each special education student.

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6. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Teach Mathematics, English and Chemistry in an inclusive classroom.
  • Assisted in writing IEP Mathematics goals.

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7. Behavioral Issues

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8. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted the equity and appreciation of diversity to ensure equitable opportunities for student learning in the least restrictive environment.
  • Facilitate student learning through differentiated instruction in whole group, small group, and individual settings based on progress monitoring data.
  • Assessed student learning, modified lessons to create meaningful, authentic learning for students, and prepared bulletin boards.
  • Assessed student knowledge using formal and informal means to develop measurable IEP goals and to support student learning.
  • Implement strategies to improve student learning in areas of reading comprehension, enhancing fluency, vocabulary and accuracy.
  • Collaborated with team members and teaching specialists to enhance student learning.
  • Teach and reteach for optimum student learning.
  • Substitute Teacher Facilitated student learning for children grades k-12.

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9. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinate and monitor weekly collaborative learning/planning meetings as grade level chair.
  • Create academically enriching lesson plans that follow the TEKS on grade level and incorporated IEP goals in preparation of assessments.
  • Devised Individual Educational Plans (IEP) to ensure the proper grade level of work and instruction are administered.
  • Worked closely with grade level administration, teachers, and county special education coordinator Volunteer Hours:
  • Compare and critique student work across grade level using standards as a baseline.
  • Assist with at risk students who are not on grade level.
  • Create modified instruction for these students at various grade levels.
  • Provide training and modeling for grade level teachers.
  • Attend grade level meetings and special education meetings.
  • Organized and administrated grade level Dibels Testing, TRC, Math Assessments and Writing Prompts.

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10. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Provide instruction to students in Math, science, Social Studies, Reading and Language Arts to meet all TEKS requirements.
  • Created Language Arts support inclusion class for TMD students that consisted of group, individual and computer centers.
  • Served as an interim inclusion educator, teaching language arts in sixth grade classroom with approx.
  • Worked with CI students in various inclusive settings for English Language Arts in grades 6 & 7
  • Administer quarterly benchmark assessments in English Language Arts.
  • Create and teach interactive, multi-sensory lessons (life science, physical science and language arts).
  • Administer quarterly benchmark assessments in English Language Arts with accommodations specific to the students IEP.

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11. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Performed team teaching with the regular education teacher and/or taught small groups of students in the Special Education classroom.
  • Developed & administered tests/quizzes for students to prepare small groups to master areas of weak concepts.
  • Set up behavior modification programs, and supported students in the classroom and small groups.
  • Tutor children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Worked with small groups of students in a general education classroom.
  • Collaborate with other teachers and work in small groups with students.
  • Analyzed assessment data to create lessons and differentiate small groups.
  • Provide math remediation to small groups or individuals.
  • Tutored students individually and in small groups.
  • Utilize Orton Gillingham scientific approach in small groups to teach reading and spelling to students with specific learning disabilities.

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12. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated and Co-taught with regular education teachers in a classroom setting mainly in the area of Social Studies.
  • Provide in-class support to students in content areas such as Science and Social Studies.
  • Support teacher in the areas of social studies, science, and health.
  • Modified language and reading curriculums for the hearing-impaired students and taught science and social studies to entire classroom.

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13. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Assisted classroom teacher in Special Education Department * Helped students with class activities * Addressed behavior problems as needed

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14. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Employed a variety of teaching techniques utilizing instructional materials and audio visual aids.
  • Assist in the selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
  • Monitored students while testing Assisted teachers with preparation of instructional materials Helped with inventory, care and maintenance.

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15. Co-Taught

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16. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with other teachers or administrators to develop, evaluate, or revise kindergarten or elementary school programs.
  • Created and presented Kindergarten Orientation Presentation.
  • Lead IEP meetings and transition to kindergarten meetings * Develop and implement lesson plans and behavior plans.
  • Planned and collaborated on a daily basis with kindergarten classroom teachers.
  • Full time kindergarten teacher of all subjects in a kindergarten inclusion classroom.
  • Trained in, and implemented the Fundations reading program with kindergarten students.

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17. Curriculum Development

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18. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a balanced literacy reading program including shared reading, guided reading, interactive read aloud and literacy centers.
  • Utilized differentiated instruction to promote science and literacy.
  • Supported a balanced literacy program through implementation of a reading and writing workshop model and the use of Daily 5.
  • Worked with students to successfully meet goals such as fine motor skills improvement and basic literacy and numeracy skills.
  • Instructed students in literacy and math as well as adapted regular curriculum to meet students' educational needs.
  • Worked to improve student literacy as a toward her students recipient of the Rochelle Lee Fund "Boundless Readers" grant.

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19. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct using technology integration directly aligned with district core goals and Pennsylvania Common Core state standards.
  • Designed and implemented lessons aligned with 4th grade California State Standards and curriculum.
  • Developed curriculum to correlate IEP goals with Arizona State Standards.

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20. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Provided crisis intervention, as needed, for students in and out of the classroom setting.
  • Attended workshops, in-services and team meetings to foster the ultimate inclusion classroom setting.
  • Developed and implemented plans to help students function well in the classroom setting.
  • Helped with integration of students in "typical" classroom settings.

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21. ELA

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Here's how ELA is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Completed statistical analysis by developing, updating and maintaining statistical and related records and reports.
  • Maintain a professional relationship with families and share important family information with teaching team.
  • Create a classroom environment conducive to learning and develop positive teacher/student/parent relationships.
  • Organized office schedules and maintained relationships with necessary agency contacts.
  • Maintained relationships with employment and community contacts.
  • Collaborate and cooperate with related service providers and student support staff (SPED, ELL, PBS, etc.)
  • Adapted curriculum to meet the needs of students with emotional disturbance, learning disabilities, and developmental delays.
  • Position also required maintaining strong daily communication and relationships with the child's parents and teachers.
  • Implemented DAP to increase appropriate communication, practice daily routines, and develop relationships with peers.
  • Establish positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrator.
  • Helped him to develop relationships with other peers in the classroom.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned or directed.
  • Develop collaborative working relationships with regular classroom teachers Support all students' learning in regular classroom.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships among students through student field-trip retreats and team-work community service projects.
  • Coordinated professional development workshops for colleagues emphasizing effective collaborative teaching practices and relationships.
  • Maintain a professional relationship with the case manager/IEP team Collaborate with my peers/teaching them how to implement the IEP correctly.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with students to select teaching materials to meet their educational needs.
  • Fostered a positive relationship with the parents while maintaining open lines of communication.
  • Maintained positive relationships with offenders and their families through weekly visits.
  • Related Qualifications & Technical Proficiencies Foreign Language: Conversational Spanish

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22. Administrative Regulations

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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain accurate, complete, and correct student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.

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23. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Earned high marks for the quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching all core subjects.

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24. Mastery

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Here's how Mastery is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated collaboration of Professional Learning Community to enhance students' mastery in the area of math.
  • Increased academic success through implementing aggressive tutoring schedules and fostering mastery of content.
  • Added responsibilities included overseeing content mastery lab, development of the LDAA and the SDAA tests for state testing requirements.
  • Guided, instructed, and provided an enriched mastery learning atmosphere in an elementary classroom setting.

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25. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented rigorous and meaningful learning plans covering Virginia Beach objectives and Standards of Learning across all subject areas.
  • Prepare and implement first grade curriculum in all major subject areas including reading, writing, math and social skills.
  • Provided academic support to students in all subject areas in both resource settings and mainstream classes.
  • Developed and Modified lesson plans and tests for all subject areas in an inclusion setting.

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26. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • teach curriculum to English biology students.

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27. Co-Teach

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Here's how Co-Teach is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated a highly inclusive/collaborative learning environment with co-teachers.
  • Experience in collaboration with special-education teacher and support staff to deliver various models of co-teaching to maximize student progress.
  • Conduct different Co-Teaching models in inclusion classrooms to co-teach with general education teacher.
  • Implemented various co-teaching models and learning structures to improve student success in eighth grade regular education classroom.
  • Collaborated with fellow pre-k teachers and co-teacher.
  • Worked with co-teacher and administators to plan appropriate interventions.

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28. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Used sources, data collection, and data-analysis strategies to support effective instructional practices.
  • Create Behavior Modification Plans and monitor data collection and graphs.

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29. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with regular classroom teachers, therapists including speech, counselors, social workers and assistant principals.
  • Collaborate with teachers, social workers, and support staff.

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30. ESE

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Here's how ESE is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures using innovative strategies and research driven behavior modification plans.
  • Researched special education curriculum and oversaw all budgeting for special education programs and needs.
  • Compiled family resource packets for district-wide presentations for families with student with disabilities.
  • Researched products and ordered inventory.
  • Implemented research based behavior methods in the classroom to improve the learning experience of students with ADHD and behavioral disorders.
  • Integrate technology into curriculum, supplementing class lectures and developing students' research skills and comprehension of course materials.
  • Researched, designed, and implemented a tier one academic intervention program for grades K & 1.
  • Observed and interviewed by representatives from the Alabama State Board of Education with positive feedback.
  • Conducted multiple research projects within the classroom while working towards my Masters Degree.
  • Presented implementation techniques to a group of 2nd-4th grade teachers in the district.
  • Provided ESE services for students including behavioral and functional supports as needed.
  • Designed classroom presentations to meet students' needs and abilities.
  • Specialized, one on one, reading therapist, 2009-present
  • Collaborate with colleagues to address teaching and research issues.
  • Present subject matter according to guidelines established by IEP.
  • Presented weekly reports to administration and staff.
  • Researched new products and building techniques.
  • Key Contributions & Educational Outcomes: Demonstrated knowledge of subject area presented in logical structured lessons.
  • Provided daily, research-based interventions for students below benchmark.
  • Researched and implemented effective teaching mediums, producing increased test scores amongst students.

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31. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed students identified as Learning Disabled, Speech and Language Impaired, Autistic, Emotionally Disturbed, and ADD/ADHD.
  • Managed diverse caseload SLD and OHI ( ADHD, Emotional Disability) of 25 students.

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32. RTI

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Here's how RTI is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Combined discipline plan with effective measures and various lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Articulate communicator, able to effectively interact with diverse populations of students at a variety of academic levels.
  • Modify curriculum when accommodations are not effective in allowing student to participate in general education classroom.
  • Work under general supervision of principal and immediate direction of certified teacher.
  • Participated in teaching core and specialty subjects within self-contained inclusion classroom.
  • Assisted in organizing and participating in excursions to improve learning experiences.
  • Participated in agency activities to promote professional growth.
  • Participate and facilitate IEP meetings concerning student progress.
  • General education plans were modified to meet the academic needs of inclusion students reflecting their particular learning styles.
  • Contributed to the school mission and goals to provide a positive learning climate and supportive community.
  • Instructed students with and without learning disabilities and IEP certification in an integrated classroom setting.
  • Participate in staff development training programs, faculty meetings, and special event as assigned.
  • Participated in Team meetings, member of the school wide STAT team.
  • Participated in team meetings to ensure that IEP's were properly implemented.
  • Used creative advertising to build customer base.
  • Develop incentives to keep participants in class.
  • Participated in PLC for writing.
  • Participate in ongoing training sessions.
  • Write IEP documents and participate in ARDs.
  • Participated in I.E.P meetings Lead various Parent/Teacher Conferences

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33. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented on site ABE, GED, ESL and parenting classes.

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34. Academic Problems

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Here's how Academic Problems is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Guided and counseled students with adjustment or academic problems or special academic interest.
  • Counseled pupils when adjustment and academic problems arose.
  • Confer with parents, guardians, teachers, counselors, or administrators to resolve students' behavioral or academic problems.
  • Mentor and counsel students with adjustment, behavioral, and academic problems.

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35. General Education Setting

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Here's how General Education Setting is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Provided general education with the necessary accommodations for the individual students in the general education setting
  • Provide instructional support to students with disabilities within the general education setting thru collaboration with general education teachers.
  • school year) Co-Teach economically, ethnically, and linguistically diverse Inclusion Students in general education setting.

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36. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Meet with students, parents and staff members for education-related purposes.
  • Work cooperatively with teacher assistant, mentor and other staff members.

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37. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences as needed throughout the semester.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis via newsletters, notes, email, phone calls and parent-teacher conferences.

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38. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

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39. Academic Performance

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Administered academic achievement tests and determined academic performance levels based on results.
  • Utilized district strategies such as Kagan Cooperative Learning structures and activities to improve and enhance student academic performance.

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40. Educational Programs

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Here's how Educational Programs is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Develop, revise, update and evaluate Individualized Educational Programs.
  • Informed parents about their children's progress and participated in the formulation of educational programs VPK Teaching Experience.
  • Computed documentation for Individualized Educational Programs and staffings for students

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41. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate these objectives to students.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.

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42. Regular Education Setting

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Here's how Regular Education Setting is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Managed 25-30 ESE students in a regular education setting Member of Safety Committee Scream Team coordinator

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43. Special Education Student

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Here's how Special Education Student is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Work cooperatively with classroom teachers to modify regular curricula as needed and assist special education students in regular classes with assignments.
  • Work with general education and special education students in the general education classroom.
  • Planned and implemented lessons for both regular education and special education students.
  • Develop and implement individualized education program for each special education student.
  • Instructed special education students with learning disabilities and emotional/conduct disorders.
  • Case management for approximately 30 special education students.
  • Organized annual standardized testing for special education students.
  • Assisted in Individual Education Plans using PowerSchool & TIENET identified appropriate goals and objectives for IEP eligible special education students
  • Provide educational opportunities for 8th grade special education students in the mainstream 100% of their school day.
  • Generate and apply Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for special education students in the classroom.
  • Instruct special education students as well as general education students on the daily basis.
  • Developed and implemented Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for Special Education Students.
  • Designed and Implemented inclusion program for all 4th grade special education students.
  • Provide educational instruction to Special Education students within Fort Worth ISD.
  • Administer DCAS testing to special education students.
  • Accommodate special education students as indicated on their Individualized education plans (IEPs)
  • Case manage special education students.
  • Supported General Education teacher with Special education students Reading interventions Administered Brigance Assessments

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44. Student Records

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45. Regular Basis

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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Inclusion Teacher jobs:
  • Participate in ARD Committee meetings on a regular basis.
  • Interact with parents on a regular basis.
  • Communicate on regular basis with all stakeholders concerned with quality student education.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Inclusion Teacher

Special Needs

17.7%

Classroom Management

16.6%

IEP

10.9%

Lesson Plans

8.6%

General Education Curriculum

7.3%

Mathematics

7.2%

Behavioral Issues

5.1%

Student Learning

4.6%

Grade Level

3.4%

Language Arts

3.3%

Small Groups

3.1%

Social Studies

2.2%

Class Activities

1.6%

Instructional Materials

1.6%

Co-Taught

1.5%

Kindergarten

1.3%

Curriculum Development

1.3%

Literacy

1.1%

State Standards

0.9%

Classroom Setting

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Inclusion Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Special Needs 16.0%
2 Classroom Management 14.9%
3 IEP 9.8%
4 Lesson Plans 7.8%
5 General Education Curriculum 6.5%
6 Mathematics 6.5%
7 Behavioral Issues 4.6%
8 Student Learning 4.1%
9 Grade Level 3.1%
10 Language Arts 2.9%
11 Small Groups 2.8%
12 Social Studies 2.0%
13 Class Activities 1.5%
14 Instructional Materials 1.4%
15 Co-Taught 1.3%
16 Kindergarten 1.2%
17 Curriculum Development 1.2%
18 Literacy 1.0%
19 State Standards 0.8%
20 Classroom Setting 0.7%
21 ELA 0.7%
22 Administrative Regulations 0.7%
23 Core Subjects 0.6%
24 Mastery 0.6%
25 Subject Areas 0.6%
26 Biology 0.6%
27 Co-Teach 0.6%
28 Data Collection 0.4%
29 Social Workers 0.4%
30 ESE 0.4%
31 Adhd 0.4%
32 RTI 0.3%
33 ESL 0.3%
34 Academic Problems 0.3%
35 General Education Setting 0.3%
36 Staff Members 0.3%
37 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.3%
38 Social Development 0.3%
39 Academic Performance 0.3%
40 Educational Programs 0.3%
41 Clear Objectives 0.3%
42 Regular Education Setting 0.2%
43 Special Education Student 0.2%
44 Student Records 0.2%
45 Regular Basis 0.2%
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