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Top 50 Instructional Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Instructional Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Instructional Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 24.2% of Instructional Assistant resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Instructional Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Instructional Assistant

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Advise possible solutions to teacher and other support staff regarding specifically designed instruction and classroom management.
  • Assisted the teacher with implementing different guidelines and curricula for students that reinforced classroom management tactics.
  • Provided classroom management, instructional and one-on-one support for teachers and students.
  • Executed classroom management through positive reinforcement and keeping students on task.
  • Maintain classroom management, discipline and confidentiality.
  • Supported lead kindergarten teacher with all aspects of daily instruction, classroom management and administration, and student behavior procedures.
  • Discipline, classroom management, and small group instruction and reinforcement of classroom curriculum as the primary duties.
  • Assist in classroom management such as putting away coats, getting students seated and taking roll.
  • Assist the teacher in all facets of daily classroom management and follow instructions left by teachers.
  • Assist with classroom management, and assist students in successfully learning the daily lesson objectives.
  • Supported classroom management, substituted in teacher's absence, and aided at-risk students.
  • Provided support services to students and assisted with classroom management; including instruction.
  • Assisted teachers with individual and group instruction, and classroom management.
  • Assist the teacher in all facets of daily classroom management.
  • Assist classroom teachers with various duties of classroom management.
  • Assist teacher in a classroom management.
  • Assist lead teach with classroom management.
  • Assist teachers with classroom management.
  • Instructed small groups of and individual students - Assisted teachers with support including report generation, classroom management, duplication & collating
  • Assisted classroom teacher with instruction, activities, and classroom management Tested and gathered data for the students

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2. Behavioral Issues
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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided one-on-one assistance to students with behavioral issues and other various disabilities.
  • Worked with grade school classroom and high school classroom students to promote learning based on individual needs and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted head teacher of Special Education with students of various learning disabilities and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted students with high school curriculum as well as with social and behavioral issues.
  • Maintain positive atmosphere for the Instructor to teach environment with youth with behavioral issues.
  • Provided educational and emotional support for students struggling with behavioral issues in the classroom.
  • Provided a calm, positive, structured learning environment for students with behavioral issues.
  • Gained experience in instructing youths with learning disabilities, autism, and behavioral issues.
  • Work with 7th and 8th grade students who have social and/or behavioral issues.
  • Review of goals set up to resolve student behavioral issues and academic deficiencies.
  • Worked with at-risk teenagers with a variety of behavioral issues.
  • Provide coping skills to help children with behavioral issues.
  • Address behavioral issues when and as they arise.
  • Work with students with behavioral issues and disabilities.
  • Worked with students who exhibited severe behavioral issues.
  • Assist in modifying and controlling behavioral issues.
  • Assisted students with behavioral issues.
  • Manage students with behavioral issues and resolve conflicts between students.
  • Isolated Classroom Environment Job Summary: I provide supervision for students that have behavioral issues in the classroom.
  • Used "CPI" techniques when necessary for behavioral issues.

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3. Small Group Instruction
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Here's how Small Group Instruction is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted children in elementary school classrooms using one-on-one and/or small group instruction to help them in understanding various academic topics.
  • Provide additional support with behavior management and small group instruction.
  • Provided individualized and small group instruction.
  • Administered and proctored tests and provided one-on-one and small group instruction to address learning needs and/or make-up assignments and assessments.
  • Provide one on one and small group instruction to children who need additional help.
  • Provided one on one and small group instruction with reading and math intervention.
  • Prepared curriculum, small group instruction, behavioral support, and recess monitor.
  • Assist teacher with small group instruction, discipline, and other functions.
  • Provided small group instruction to students of a lower academic ability.
  • Assist with daily teaching of these students within small group instruction.
  • Provided one-on-one and small group instruction to students with disabilities.
  • Work with groups of children doing small group instruction.
  • Provided daily planning for small group instruction.
  • Led small group instruction in mathematics.
  • Increased students' abilities to access curriculum by providing individual and small group instruction Implemented individual Behavior Intervention Plans
  • Assist with record keeping and clerical work Leads whole group and small group instruction.
  • Conduct small group instruction Worked with At-Risk students to improve reading skills
  • Provided one-on-one assistance Guided small group instruction Supervised recess daily
  • Assist the teacher in the classroom One on one or small group instruction with students Clerical work
  • Plan and instruct age appropriate academic lessons Provide whole group and small group instruction Work collaboratively with all teachers Supervise students

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4. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Managed Mathematics Laboratory activities to maximize students learning opportunity in various mathematical concepts from Arithmetic to Calculus.
  • Tutored high school students in mathematics and science-related subjects
  • Create worksheets for tracing, matching, mathematics and writing; modify existing material to better meet a student's goals/needs.
  • Provide support to children with mathematics, reading and writing on an individual, class or small group basis.
  • Worked with students within self-paced remedial mathematics classrooms; Assisted students on one-on-one basis in the Student Success Center.
  • Administer direct instruction for small student groups in grades kindergarten through five in reading, writing and mathematics.
  • Assist 2-3 grade students with academic goals in areas including; reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • Worked with students individually and in small groups to reinforce reading, writing, and mathematics skills.
  • Tutored deaf and hard of hearing students in Basic English, Basic Mathematics, and Reading.
  • Teach Mathematics, Physics & Electrical related subjects with an average of 15 students per week
  • Worked with students in lab and one-on-one in Mathematics, Physics and Language Arts.
  • Assisted in the teaching of 3rd and 4th Grade TERC Mathematics.
  • Assist with language arts, mathematics, and reading.
  • Tutored UEP students in mathematics and computer science basics.
  • Assist in the instruction of mathematics to elementary students.
  • Reviewed Mathematics texts for future classroom use.
  • Strategized and executed methods of helping students reach grade level in reading and mathematics
  • Assisted students for grammar usage to develop reading, writing, and mathematics skills.
  • Administered, monitored, and troubleshot the mathematics program Jiji (see above).
  • Tutored freshman and sophomores in mathematics Answered phones Graded papers Printed lesson plans Assisted in classroom management

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5. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted the middle school boy's math teacher with daily assignments, maintained classroom control, and contributed with lesson plans.
  • Devised and implemented lesson plans that fostered children's physical, emotional, and mental development.
  • Assist teacher with preparing lesson plans and demonstrations or visual aids for a specific lesson.
  • Organize files, develop education lesson plans, assist with students needs.
  • Developed lesson plans to create learning activities based on themes.
  • Developed lesson plans, reviewed assignments, and tutored students.
  • Prepare lesson plans to best fit the needs of students.
  • Collaborated with teacher and parents to create lesson plans.
  • Design lesson plans for implementation in the classroom.
  • Manage a classroom and have weekly lesson plans.
  • Help with activities as well as lesson plans.
  • Assisted teachers with core education lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed small groups.
  • Create Weekly Lesson Plans and Newsletters.
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans.
  • Assisted teacher in creation of lesson plans to support students Provided one-on-one assistance to students who struggled with specific subjects.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans that fulfill the requirements of the districts syllabi.
  • Use a variety of multi-media and computer equipment to deliver lesson plans.
  • Created daily lesson plans for multi-level adult ESL classes.
  • Developed lesson plans Taught and assisted music lessons Kindergarten thru 8th Encouraged leadership and teamwork Enforced all rules and safety guidelines

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6. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Developed learning materials, evaluated student learning, resolved behavioral and academic issues.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Communicate with instructors to identify and meet individual student learning needs.
  • Assist the teacher with implementing group facilitated learning and one-on-one individualized lesson plans in order to meet student learning needs.
  • Perform instructional assistance to teacher as it relates to teacher curriculum and student learning and advancement in a classroom environment.
  • Supported classroom teachers in facilitating student learning by assisting in the education, coaching and mentoring of students.
  • Assisted a certified teacher/assistant as a second instructional assistant in the classroom with student learning.
  • Assisted certified teacher with student learning and filled in when teacher was absent.
  • Worked closely with classroom teachers in various daily activities that supported student learning.
  • Provide support to student learning and to support the special education teacher.
  • Enforced rules, guidelines, and learning techniques to encourage student learning.
  • Performed a variety of tasks to promote student learning and well-being.
  • Create an atmosphere of student learning that is fun and supportive.
  • Facilitated K-6 student learning sessions - with teaching staff and independently.
  • Assisted professor in planning course strategies to match student learning progress.
  • Assisted certified teacher with student learning.
  • Facilitated student learning during instructional welding and metal-working workshops and activities Ensured the quality control of student projects
  • Administer behavioral management techniques in order to keep order in the classroom and effectively facilitate student learning by 95%.
  • Constructed a learning environment for math students by implementing manipulative(s) to enhance student learning.
  • Utilized the Promethean Board and iPads to engage and motivate student learning.

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7. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided and maintained a clean and safe environment for children 4 years old through 11 year old children.
  • Implemented behavior management for 10-12 year old children at a center for autism and related disorders.
  • Develop summer swim and camp programs for 4-8 year old children; staff programs accordingly.
  • Work with 10-15 year old children with Autism and/or other developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted teaching 5-6 year old children basic safety information.
  • Instructed three year old children diagnosed with Autism; Assisted and monitored children with day to day lessons and activities

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8. Special Education
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Here's how Special Education is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Support classroom teacher in special education learning environment with daily management of students and classroom instruction.
  • Collaborated with general education and special education teachers to create lessons and activities.
  • Monitor and assist students receiving special education services in prescribed learning activities.
  • Assist a certified teacher in providing instruction to individual or small groups of students in an assigned special education program.
  • Proctored classroom tests and state exams (MCAS, PARCC) for special education students in a small group setting.
  • Provide instructional assistance to Special educational high school students who need to complete required online courses to graduate.
  • Interacted and communicated effectively with special education teacher, one aide and three students in an inclusion classroom.
  • Assist in any way possible to improve performance of services to special education students.
  • Acted as a liaison between general education and special education teachers.
  • Assisted in special education classes as well as general education settings.
  • Assist special education teacher with students under an IEP plan.
  • Maintained detailed records of special education students in the classroom.
  • Conduct small group readings with special education students.
  • Assisted with kids receiving special education services.
  • Worked with children in special education classes.
  • Assisted students with special educational needs.
  • Planned lessons and co-taught in culturally diverse, integrated special education preschool classroom in Somerville Public Schools.
  • Assist primary Special Education teacher in a 5th and 6th grade Emotional Support classroom.
  • Teach Humanities to 6th thru 8th grade special education students.
  • Promoted) Assist special education teacher through one-on-one interaction with particular students needing constant help and supervision.

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9. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided input on student emotional and academic development prior to scheduled IEP meetings.
  • Collected and recorded students IEP data, supported academic/behavioral needs.
  • Instructed k-12 grade students with special needs for math, science, and language arts according to their IEP goals.
  • Participate in meetings such as team meetings and annual IEP reviews as a member of the special education team.
  • Assist teacher with students with learning disabilities, Experience dealing with IEP and non English speaking students.
  • Implemented instructions based on student's IEP goals and Behavior Support Plan (BSP).
  • Guide students to achieve IEP goals, school district requirements, and state standards.
  • Monitored and recorded behavior of students according to their behavior and IEP plans.
  • Assisted in completing IEP information, recording attendance, and completing testing.
  • Track and provide feedback regarding student's progress in meeting IEP goals.
  • Assisted with progress monitoring and tracking of IEP goals.
  • Complete daily student behavior evaluations used in IEP meetings.
  • Documented school day activities as related to IEP objectives.
  • Scheduled and translated for IEP meetings.
  • Provide translation services during IEP meetings.
  • Experience assisting with IEP preparation.
  • Implemented lessons based off IEP goals Target behaviors to decrease negative behaviors Maintain a safe and healthy environment conducive to learning.
  • Provide input regarding student progress, for IEPs and IEP meetings as well as progress reports and report cards.
  • Help implement IEPs, BSPs and documenting data collected on goals and objectives.
  • Coordinate iep's an conduct home visits.

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10. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Incorporate learning language principles into classroom and individual instruction.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and communication log.
  • Provide one on one instruction or aide a small group of students with limited reading and oral language skills.
  • Monitored students in different academic classes, including, biology, algebra, and English Language Arts.
  • Assigned a cohort of 3-5 students with language-based learning disorders to guide through their classes.
  • Conducted speech therapy for children with articulation disorders, language disorders, fluency and cluttering.
  • Substitute taught Mathematics, Sciences, Language Arts for high school and middle school students.
  • Implemented lesson plans in Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Facilitate the interactive learning of a new language in reading, writing, and vocabulary.
  • Assist with Reading, Language Arts and Math lessons; teach Science/Social Studies lessons.
  • Operated online language lab for students to receive tutoring and extra practice.
  • Create special-needs curriculum including Language Arts and Social Studies lesson plans.
  • Encouraged the usage of Writer's Workshop in language arts.
  • Attend and participate in Speech Language therapy sessions with child.
  • Instructed small group tutoring to English Language Learner's.
  • Experience teaching English as a second language learners.
  • Improved my language skills and communication skills.
  • Take them to language arts, science, Spanish, computer lab, & art classes.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Communicated accurate knowledge of subject matter in a comprehensible manner using language and style appropriate to the learner.

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11. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Complied instructional materials for classroom use and also responsible for grading/correcting of assignments.
  • Perform clerical routine duties such as filing and duplicating instructional materials as assigned.
  • Assessed At-Risk students reinforcing instructional materials sent by general education teachers.
  • Provided family-focused delivery of instructional materials to students.
  • Organize instructional materials for learning centers.
  • Organize and prepare instructional materials.
  • Assisted teachers and the administrators in organizing classroom activities, instructional materials, procedures and other diversified duties as needed.
  • Prepared and executed school/classroom programs - Implemented programs and instructional materials under the guidance of the class teacher.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs, abilities, and interests.
  • Design and develop e-learning based instructional materials for faculty through the use of various tools and programs.
  • Supported the teacher in preparing the instructional materials and classroom displays (Smart Board).
  • Assisted teacher in preparing and using instructional materials, instructional media and classroom displays.
  • Supported the teacher by preparing, setting up, and disassembling instructional materials.
  • Prepare instructional materials, copy materials, develop visual aides and charts.
  • Prepared, set up, and disassembled instructional materials and activities.
  • Assist with the preparation of instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Supported the development of instructional materials for special needs students.
  • Organized instructional materials and grades for students.
  • Assisted in the development of instructional materials.
  • Provided instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs Assisted with lesson plans Maintained an excellent educational atmosphere.

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12. Homework Assignments
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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted students with homework assignments in various elementary-school subjects
  • Distributed tests and homework assignments.
  • Guided 30 to 40 students with homework assignments and test preparation skills in intermediate level marketing classes.
  • Experienced troubleshooter: five years troubleshooting computer code and homework assignments (Texas State University).
  • Worked with lead teacher to develop rigorous lesson plans, homework assignments, and assessments.
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments, and collect them when they are completed.
  • Maintained student records by recording homework assignments, test scores, and grades.
  • Prepared lesson plans for class instruction and assigned homework assignments.
  • Administered tests, homework assignments, make-up work, etc.
  • Monitored and assisted students with classroom, and homework assignments.
  • Graded homework assignments and tests and computed and recorded results.
  • Prepare course materials such as homework assignments and handouts.
  • Assisted students with daily homework assignments and weekly projects.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Check in, correct and distribute homework assignments.
  • Translate homework assignments from English to Spanish.
  • Helped children with homework assignments.
  • Graded homework assignments and tests.
  • Helped the teacher with students, clasroom and homework assignments
  • Assist student with understanding grammar and vocabulary Assist students with homework assignments Provide overall support and encourage to students

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13. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Provided remedial assistance to students in various grade levels during math and reading instruction thereby reducing the student/teacher ratio.
  • Assisted grade level teachers with diversified clerical support in areas of proofreading, duplication, collating and distribution.
  • Devised and implemented lesson plan strategies to facilitate the success of all grade level students.
  • Created bulletin boards, made grade level copies, and various administrative tasks as needed.
  • Created and implemented highly structured lesson plans for multiple grade levels; 8th - 12th.
  • Utilized and implemented parallel teaching for ESL and below grade level students to using CKLA.
  • Helped improved students' reading rate to perform closer to their grade level standards.
  • Provide individual Instructional Assistance to students who did not meet grade level performance.
  • Maintain Success Maker reports for all grade levels using Success Maker Program
  • Substitute taught for each of the grade levels in the school.
  • Instructed students in reading skills to bring up to grade level.
  • Tutor students who perform below grade level.
  • Substitute for grade levels when needed.
  • Assisted teachers and students in all grade levels Communicated student progress to certificated staff
  • Tutored mixed grade levels from groups to one-on-one, in varying assignments Assisted teachers with grading, organizing.
  • Substitute for Special education children for grade level K thru 6.
  • provide intervention support for students not on grade level.
  • Help tutor elementry children that are below grade level
  • Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels.Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs.

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14. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Documented students daily activities, modeled conversations, manners and demonstrated appropriate social behavior.
  • Gather and compile teaching resources such as homework packets, vocabulary words, quizzes and necessary items for daily activities.
  • Organize instructional environment; set up materials for daily activities, and maintain neat and orderly instructional areas.
  • Increased daily activities by 15% by providing oversight, guidance and active participation to 35-40 minority students.
  • Assisted participants by providing personal services, such as, feeding, dressing, and out/indoor daily activities.
  • Work one-on-one with children having severe forms of autism by helping them carryout their daily activities.
  • Assist with critical daily activities such as classroom transition times, mealtimes and toileting.
  • Guided the students with their class work, projects, and daily activities.
  • Worked with teacher and parent to help student achieve success with daily activities.
  • Assist teacher in daily activities to encourage structure and learning.
  • Helped prepare daily lesson plans for daily activities.
  • Assist children that have with daily activities.
  • Assist students with daily activities.
  • Assisted teacher with daily activities.
  • Educate elementary students in physical fitness, science, and photography Coordinate with teachers daily activities and weekly events
  • Plan and implement daily activities for the students Communicate with parents and teachers as needed
  • Assisted with learning and daily activities Changed diapers and assisted in walking Helped students eat and drink, etc.
  • Assisted mentally handicapped adults with daily activities Transported clients to jobs or activities Helped other employees as needed
  • Assist the teacher with daily activities.Help pupils with work.Make copies and also send fax.Help educate children.
  • Team teach with Special Education instructor Prepare lesson plans Prepare daily activities Research and implement different teaching methods Teach students job skills

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15. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated professionally and effectively with all staff members and parents.
  • Maintained cooperative relations with other staff members.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Coordinated inventory orders, office supplies, and travel arrangements for 16 production staff members.
  • Provide assistance and technical support to students, faculty and staff members with all applications.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Provide information and assistance to faculty, other staff members, and the public.
  • Collaborate with other staff members to create a positive learning environment for students.
  • Lead groups of 4-5 staff members working with children on a 3:1 ratio.
  • Assisted teachers, other staff members, and students in the learning process.
  • Fostered meaningful and productive relationships with students, parents, and staff members.
  • Ensured the delivery of premium service to students and other staff members.
  • Assist teachers and other staff members in preparing instructional materials and report.
  • Develop and brainstorm ideas for student learning with staff members daily.
  • Assisted Director with administrative duties and interviews for future staff members.
  • School size of 775 pupils with approximately 75 staff members.
  • Assisted with all safety classes needed by staff members.
  • Worked closely with staff members in a contained classroom.
  • Assist license staff members in instructing students.
  • Assist certified staff members in teaching academic and social skills to students with intellectual disabilities (i.e.

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16. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assist teachers with student education * Prepared teaching materials for teachers, assisted in administering testing * Designed and displayed communication boards
  • Maintained superior open communication with parents, educators and administrators, while maintaining confidentiality, improving team and community relations
  • Utilize interpersonal and communication skills to develop meaningful relationship with students and staff in an academic environment.
  • Maintained daily behavioral and parent communication logs with students that had individualized behavioral plans.
  • Utilized ethical practices for behavior management of and confidential communication regarding students.
  • Provide communication related to implementing intervention strategies or compliance across settings.
  • Maintained effective communication with family members and PTA volunteers.
  • Frequent communication with math department faculty and students.
  • Create and execute a daily process of communication between several on-campus departments, acting as liaison for the Special Education Dept.
  • Enrolled in Work Experience courses 7 semesters enhancing my communication skills as well as utilizing my strong work ethic.
  • Establish and maintain open communication by conducting conferences with parents, students, principals, and teachers.
  • Establish and maintain communication with parents to inform them of their child's performance and progress.
  • Worked with autistic children to improve their communication skills.
  • Used good communication skills to help mediate student conflicts.
  • Design spreadsheets and communication logs.
  • Worked daily in a cooperative manner with parents and provided communication books when necessary.
  • Designed graphics for Communications Center advertisements including bookmarks, flyers, and informational signage.
  • Assist with the maintenance of records as assigned, including daily parent communication, developmental checklists and anecdotal records as needed.
  • Instruct undergraduate & graduate design courses Communication Teach relevant graphic design software Develop class Instructional Asst.
  • Enrolled and Withdrew students according to Northside Policy *Established lines of communication with surrounding Northside campuses and personnel regarding students.

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17. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assist teachers and leads with behaviors -data entry - teaching environment - helping with social skills - teaching independent skills
  • Provide back up support answering phones, data entry, troubleshooting computers and copiers, copying and maintaining files.
  • Engaged in various types of clerical work including data entry, file updating, and calling parents.
  • Perform light clerical work copying, filing, data entry, and answering classroom phone.
  • Managed the office by grading homework and completing data entry in Center Management System database.
  • Conducted data entry, and maintained regular communication with parents and others on instructional staff.
  • Use Microsoft Office and Excel to create documents, worksheets, and data entry.
  • Managed office operations and systems by data entry, filing, processing/distributing mail etc.
  • Grade student work and data entry of student's information and grades.
  • Performed clerical duties, filing, typing and data entry.
  • Make copies, Data Entry.
  • Maintained clerical paperwork for Attendance, Dean's, and Registrar offices, including filing, data entry correspondence and administration.
  • Perform manual data entry Designed, developed, and implemented activities and educational instruction for children with special needs.
  • record keeping, translate notices, data entry, supervising, reinforcing educational standards.
  • Input data entry for specialized reading programs (dibels next).
  • Created & used Excel Spreadsheets in classroom, Answered multi lined phones, scheduled appointments, data entry, & filing.
  • Loaded software, maintained computers, and performed data entry for grade recording.
  • Answer Phones Data Entry of Discipline Codes Monitor In School Suspension
  • Assist instructor with every day tasks and registered incoming students to take the NCLEX review Accomplishments: Tutor Data Entry Graded Exams
  • Assist in office phones copies filing data entry assist parents assist students tutor supervise children assist teacher in class rooms

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided professional customer service and performed cashiering responsibilities at the concession counter.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by responding to all inbound customer calls.
  • Demonstrated courtesy, effectiveness and efficiency in providing customer service.
  • Cultivated and maintained strong customer service relationships with students.
  • Provided customer service when interacting with children's parents
  • Provided customer service and conducted progress meetings with parents
  • General Office Skills; Computer Skills; High Level Communication; Customer Services; Website Skills.
  • Deliver outstanding customer service answering routine product questions, evaluate quotes, and verifies pricing.
  • Utilized my customer service experience and mentored students on how to best serve clients.
  • Supervised and assisted in scheduling Point of Sale and Customer Service Desk teams.
  • Trained students on cash register and customer service duties.
  • Provided excellent customer service to district staff.
  • Provide customer service to patients.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to implement professional quality instruction Provided outstanding customer service for clients
  • Company Name: Allstate Insurance Job Responsibility: Provided customer service and account management for new and existing customers.
  • General Skills: patience, logic, common sense, organization, multi-tasking, problem solving, customer service
  • Assisted instructor with classes and fitness therapy sessions Strengthened customer service skills and passion for helping others
  • prepared coffee and provided pleasant customer service.
  • Provide customer service through answering the fitness center multi-telephone system and provide customers with useful information.
  • Provide excellent customer service to children Tutor kids from ages 3-12 Prepared thorough correspondence with upper management Assist with new enrollments

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  • Monitored instructional activities inside the classroom environment, including support with physical needs and personal care.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of Individual Education/Behavior Plans and Personal Care programs.
  • Provided personal care such as personal hygiene, feeding, toileting, mobility, positioning, nursing and other services.
  • Work with students with behavior management and chronic personal care issues such as feeding regimens, respiratory or physical assistance.
  • Provide students with assistance in basic activities such as, homework, classwork, meals and personal care and hygiene.
  • Provided instructional support, personal care, and assistance to students so they can learn in a positive environment.
  • Assisted in implementing a daily schedule, learning skills, as well as personal care of the children.
  • Assist students with personal care, positioning, augmentative communication, and activities of daily living.
  • Assisted with classroom instruction, personal care, social interactions, behavioral and job coaching.
  • Assisted physically handicapped student with academic and personal care needs (Grade 5).
  • Served as personal care assistant to a student with cognitive disabilities.
  • Work with special need children in personal care and learning.
  • Provide personal care to enhance social and behavioral issues.
  • Provide personal care support in toileting and self care.
  • Assisted with in all aspects of personal care.
  • Assist students with personal care needs.
  • Help teacher with everyday instruction for special needs children Assist children with personal care needs and their learning goals
  • Provided instructional support and personal care to support level 2011-2014 students, including ASD and EBD
  • Teach, special kids 1:6 class, assist personal care eg.
  • provided personal care , instructed daily living skills to mentally challenged individuals , one on one learning capabilities ,etc

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20. Reinforce Learning Concepts
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Here's how Reinforce Learning Concepts is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Work one-on-one with lower performing students providing instructional assistance to master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Work with students on individual and small group basis to reinforce learning concepts, help complete assignments and improve performance.
  • Tutored and assisted children individually and in small groups to help them reinforce learning concepts presented by the teacher.
  • Tutor and assist students individually or in small groups to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Worked with students on an individual and group need basis to reinforce learning concepts presented by lead teachers.
  • Assisted students, individually or in groups, with lesson assignments to present or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assist students, individually and in groups, with reading and lesson assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Conducted one-on-one tutor sessions with students or in small groups to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Support children individually or in small groups to master assignments and reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Tutor and assist students individually or in small groups to reinforce learning concepts presented by teacher.
  • Assisted students individually or in groups by reviewing assignments to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provided individual and group instruction in order to present and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Reinforce learning concepts by working with students individually and in group settings.
  • Helped students to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Tutor and assist students to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Tutor and assist students individually in order to help them master an assignment and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Observed and track student performance providing extra assistance to help children master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.

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21. Computer Hardware
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  • Installed and interfaced computer hardware including multimedia, memory and video components.
  • Identified and resolved basic to advanced technical problems in microcomputer hardware in support of up to 200 faculty and staff.
  • Maintained and supported all technical systems, including audio/video, computer hardware, software, and printer systems.
  • Provided instructional and technical assistance to students/faculty on the proper use of computer hardware and software.
  • Instruct and demonstrate the use of the computer hardware and software for educational purposes.
  • Installed computer hardware and software as well as maintained inventory of media equipment.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot problems with computer hardware and software.
  • Demonstrate the use of computer hardware, testing software, and assistive technology equipment.

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22. Present Subject Matter
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  • Present subject matter to students, utilizing variety of methods and techniques such as lecture, discussion and supervised role playing.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers using lectures, discussions, or supervised role-playing methods.
  • Present subject matter, communicate best practices, and lead discussions and group activities.
  • Present subject matter and assist children to aid them in mastering assignments.
  • Present subject matter to students under teacher's direction / guidance.
  • Present subject matter to student and assist with studying.
  • Present subject matter to students according to lesson plan.

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23. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with lesson instruction in Reader s Workshop, Writer s Workshop, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Health.
  • Helped with instruction in groups of 3-6 children in the areas of math, reading, science, and social studies.
  • Assisted teachers from various grade levels in the disciplines of Math, Reading, Writing, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Worked with small group in social studies to re-teach each lesson assigned by the classroom teacher to ensure their understanding.
  • Instruct small groups in the core curriculum in reading, writing, math, social studies, and science.
  • Led instruction resource service at the elementary/middle school grade level in Social Skills, Social Studies and English.
  • Delivered curriculum in English, Math, Social Studies and Science to students in grade 6 through 8.
  • Led classes on all subjects - math, social studies, physical education, etc.
  • Presented math, language arts, social studies, science lessons in teachers' absence.
  • Help students with math, literature, social studies, science, and reading.
  • Worked with students in small groups on Math, Social Studies, Language Arts.
  • Team taught science and social studies
  • Assist students with Math, English, Science and Social Studies.
  • Teach reading, writing, math, science, social studies.
  • Collaborated with 3/4 teaching team in creating Social Studies Curricula on Colonial Times, Leadership, Rivers and Ancient Egypt.
  • Provided in-class learning support and individual tutoring for Science, History, Social Studies and Language Arts Classes.
  • Instruct Science and Social Studies to individual 7th and 8th grade students.
  • Assisted students that had difficulties in math, science, and social studies..
  • Accompanied the studen for inclusion in science, and social studies plus all of the other specials
  • Assist and lead in teaching the students math, english, writing, social skills, science, and social studies.

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24. Instructional Activities
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Here's how Instructional Activities is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Assist classroom teacher with all instructional activities; assist students with basic educational needs; work with administrators to develop/implement behavior plans
  • Provide assistance in the implementation of instructional and non-instructional activities under the supervision of the teacher.
  • Assisted teacher with lesson planning delivery, supervision, and coordination of instructional activities.
  • Prepare and deliver instructional activities that facilitate active learning experience.
  • Assisted inclusion teacher or designated supervisor with instructional activities.
  • Developed instructional activities around various educational themes.
  • Assist teachers during everyday instructional activities.
  • Assisted teachers in planning and implementation of educational program for students to perform instructional activities in support of lesson plan.
  • Assisted teachers in conducting instructional activities; worked with teachers to differentiate instruction to meet students' diverse needs.
  • Conducted instructional activities; worked with individual students, small groups, and at times, the entire class.
  • Maintain files containing student work, evaluations and assessments Continue instructional activities during teacher's absence from the classroom.
  • Conduct instructional activities outlined by teacher and work with individual students or small groups to develop various skills.
  • Co-developed and lead SPED students in engaging instructional activities in order to develop real world skills.
  • Assist teacher in preparing and presenting instructional activities and lessons with individual students and small groups.
  • Execute instructional activities with students or small groups of students following teacher direction and demonstration.
  • Assist and develop program plans with ideas, suggestions and instructional activities
  • Assist with instructional activities and explain work assignments.
  • Assist resource room teacher in instructional activities.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with all instructional activities; assisted students with basic educational needs
  • Execute instructional activities with individual students or small groups of students Translate reports to parents administer by the teachers.

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25. Instructional Support
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Here's how Instructional Support is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provide direct and indirect instructional support to students in a positive environment.
  • Assisted teacher and other instructional assistants with instructional support.
  • Provided instructional support and enrichment through appropriate instructional software.
  • Coordinated instructional support between students and teachers.
  • Provide additional instructional support and prompting.
  • Assist in the instructional support, personal care, and supervision of students diagnosed with a variety of unique disabilities.
  • Reduced request resolution time by 25% by creating a student database to fill gap of Instructional Support.
  • Provided a variety of instructional support in supervising and training students individually and in a group setting.
  • Supported the classroom teacher in instructional support, classroom management, and organization of classroom materials.
  • Assist with attendance and enrollment procedures, record keeping, filing and related Instructional support duties.
  • Tutored and provided instructional support for a variety of classes and subjects.
  • Provide direct and Indirect Instructional support to child in their natural environment.
  • Assist in developing, implementing and modeling behavior and instructional support plans.
  • Provided direct instructional support to individual and groups of students.
  • Offered instructional support in Kindergarten through Grade 6.
  • Coordinated instructional support services to Cluster Two schools.
  • Implemented lesson plan and instructional support.
  • provided instructional support and assistance to students with a variety of disabilities.
  • Job Role: Web Development and Maintenance Providing Instructional Support to the Professors at University of Houston.
  • Worked with the teacher to provide instructional support and help the students understand class material.

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26. ABA
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  • Conducted standardized English language tests and maintained database of results, contributing to improving students' integration into mainstream classes.
  • Administered ABA (Adaptive Behavioral Applications) on a one-on-one basis to help student succeed in the educational environment.
  • Assisted faculty and staff in the completion of an important project using FORTRAN and the SQL/DS database product.
  • Maintain and accurate log in / log out of the audiovisual material using a database program.
  • Implemented Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)/Verbal Behavior with preschool/kindergarten students in the classroom setting.
  • Please identify yourself as a student of the Alabama Dental Hygiene Program when making reservations.
  • Develop and maintain electronic database files of contacts in Distribution List formats.
  • Implemented ABA with students in every aspect of the school day.
  • Collaborate with Early Intervention ABA therapists working with students in the classroom
  • Monitored, resolved or assisted with any database and/or network issues.
  • Maintained student database in MS-Access and website in Dream weaver.
  • Maintained database of repairs, shipments, and orders.
  • ABA-Applied Behavior Analysis in working with clients and patients.
  • Trained in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
  • Logged in student information on the CECAS database.
  • Input testing results into student database.
  • Coordinated records with team members and organized meetings quarterly to utilize and improve grant database software.
  • Attended monthly trainings to better understand autism and how to utilize ABA.
  • Worked one on one with a child with autism ABA Training
  • Interpreted laws, regulations, and processes for injured workers, employers and healthcare providers Navigated and updated complex internal databases.

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27. Professional Development
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Here's how Professional Development is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Attended professional development offered by school system that focused on learning goals and classroom management.
  • Participated in professional development and team building exercises related to students with special needs.
  • Attended district provided professional development in-services to enhance my productivity in the classroom.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences, problem solving meetings and professional development sessions.
  • Facilitated courses within the Leadership and Professional Development training program.
  • Participate in personal and professional development seminars and activities.
  • Attend staff meeting and professional development seminars.
  • Completed professional development programs as assigned.
  • Attended professional development workshops and training.
  • Participated in professional development workshops.
  • Coordinated with the teachers in planning, implementing, and facilitating professional development activities to address children needs.
  • Participated in professional development and actively supported the overall goals and visions of the school.
  • Attended IEP and PPT meetings and professional development workshops.
  • Participated and contributed in staff meeting as well as professional development trainings.
  • Participated in professional development opportunities including Boardmaker software and Autism awareness.
  • Attend Professional Development Training for Sipps reading curriculum.
  • Interview & Train Instructional Assistants in Evidence Based Practices Coordinating Professional Development events In-class Staff and Student Support
  • Assisted in teaching English language learners Created lesson plans Participated in Professional development meetings
  • Attended targeted professional development on "Challenging Behavior through the Lens of Autism."
  • Direct Instruction -Reading Mastery Hall Monitor Activities Management and Professional Development Dean Assistant Clerical Monitoring

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28. ESL
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  • Assist ESL teachers with classroom assignments, tests, and homework for the purpose of language improvement and development.
  • Interpreted classroom material for students who are learning English as a Second Language (ESL students).
  • Hire, train, supervise and evaluate Student Aides for Adult ESL Education & Adult ESL division.
  • Correct the in-class exercises, which the students complete during their visits to the ESL lab.
  • Tutor and coach students in English composition, ESL, and social sciences at all levels.
  • Tutored ESL students with English and maintained lab inventory and handled lab equipment orders and purchases.
  • Tutor new technology users accessing specific ESL software designed to instruct from an ESL format.
  • Helped to implement literacy strategies for ESL (English as Second Language) students.
  • Worked with small groups of ESL students or one-on-one to provide personal attention.
  • Informed ESL students of community resources and job services available in their community.
  • Teach ESL community education courses in beginning and intermediate levels at various campuses.
  • Helped manage both the ESL skill lab and computer lab in the college.
  • Spend time in an after school program teaching ESL students reading and writing.
  • Assisted college students in English as Second Language (ESL) studies.
  • Provided support for ESL students and Spanish interpretation for meetings with parents.
  • Developed lesson plans for the students and staff for the ESL program.
  • Tested and placed new ESL students into class.
  • Tutored ESL students individually and in groups.
  • Worked with ESL in preparation for EOG testing and worked with AU student on a daily basis in aninclusion model.
  • Provided bilingual support to ESL student , worked in conjunction with teachers to ensure students success.

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  • Provide and implement reinforcement of learning concepts to meet grade-level and school academic performance standards.
  • Completed academic performance reports and conducted one-on-one progress reviews with each student.
  • Monitor and report student progress regarding behavior and academic performance.
  • Monitored student behavior and academic performance.
  • Assist mainly with reading, writing and basic mathematics to improve academic performance and keep him from falling behind in class.
  • Head coach of Middle School Track Team (in charge of scheduling, planning practice, academic performance liaison).
  • Screened and analyzed student academic performance in Dynamic Indicator of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS).
  • Conferred with staff, administrators and parents regarding students' academic performance via telephone and in person.
  • Supplied essential support by helping students master skills and improve their academic performance.
  • Provide incentives and rewards to students for improved social skills and academic performance.
  • Created IEP portfolios for students to monitor their academic performance and progress.
  • Set goals to motivate the students to improve their academic performance.
  • Form high expectations for student's academic performance and behavior.
  • Assist students in improving academic performance goals.
  • Helped maintain students' academic performance.
  • Translate for Spanish speaking parents in teacher/parent conferences with regards to students' academic performance.

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Carried out instruction to children during individual and group therapy sessions to children with moderate to severe developmental delays.
  • Assist school counselors and clinicians during group therapy sessions.

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Manage special needs students in a mainstream educational environment to develop their independent integration into the classroom.
  • Assisted special needs students with daily exercises while also monitoring student activity alongside instructors.
  • Assist the teacher with daily class room instructions for moderate to severe special needs children individually as well as in groups.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non- English- speaking students.
  • Promote productive, positive and safe learning environment during classroom instruction for special needs students.
  • Provided aid to teachers in Like Skills classrooms helping students with special needs.
  • Load and unload special needs students in wheel chairs on and off bus.
  • Provided comprehensive support to middle school students with special needs, e.g.
  • Support the training and learning activities with children experiencing special needs.
  • Monitor students with special needs during classroom instruction and lunch period.
  • Worked one-on-one and with small groups of students with special needs
  • Assist special needs students with day to day school activities.
  • Work with special needs and troubled students at elementary level.
  • Worked with special needs students in daily activities.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Assist students with special needs in special areas.
  • Assigned to individual special needs student, helping them throughout their entire day of school.
  • Assist with special needs students + Provide critical instruction in both 1:1 and classroom settings
  • Worked in inclusive classroom with both special needs and typical development students Collaborated with Supervising Teacher and specialists (i.e.
  • school bus Attendant Assist special needs students to be able to be in a regular classroom.

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32. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Performed receptionist duties and distributed phone calls to appropriate departments.
  • Entered grades into the teacher's computers, made telephone calls for teachers, graded papers.
  • Managed high volume of queries from clients through phone calls, e-mails, and drop-ins.
  • Maintained contact with parents and or other family members through phone calls or email.
  • Demonstrated success in answering phone calls, writing reports, and delivering customer needs.
  • Answer phone calls and take messages when teacher is not available.
  • Filled in the front office answering telephone calls, forwarding calls.
  • Managed high volume phone calls while guiding and directing clients.
  • Assist with parent phone calls, and organize/file student work.
  • Answered phone calls and directed them to the appropriate personnel.
  • Answer phone calls and directing request to appropriate personal.
  • Communicate with parents with weekly phone calls and conferences.
  • Make phone calls to parents when needed.
  • Answered all phone calls and made appointments.
  • Answer parent's phone calls.
  • Typed letters and classroom lists, operated copier, laminating items, and answering phone calls.
  • Take and make phone calls; communicate well with professors and students - Type and edit documents
  • Answer phone calls, using various telephone functions (transferring, hold, etc.
  • Answer high volume phone calls * Data Entry * Facilitate small group activities and projects within the classroom
  • Assist with teachers and parents Make necessary copies and filing Check attendance Handle money Answer phone calls

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33. Bulletin Boards
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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Organized instructional material, constructed informational bulletin boards and setup work stations.
  • Preformed clerical tasks, to include grading papers, preparing documents for future activities, creation of bulletin boards.
  • Prepared classroom bulletin boards, cared for classroom equipment; participated in all In-Service training with certified teachers.
  • Create fliers, schedules, letters, bulletin boards, and signs using Microsoft Office.
  • Developed bulletin boards that sparked interest, engaged students, and supplied key information.
  • Prepared instruction materials including copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work stations.
  • Assisted the primary instructor with presentations and lessons, and created bulletin boards.
  • Organized instruction material, including constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Completed bulletin boards, took attendance, lunch count, and warm-up activities.
  • Helped teachers create lesson plans, run copies and design bulletin boards.
  • Prepared materials for classroom lessons, bulletin boards, and demonstrations.
  • Design bulletin boards, posters, and variety of art projects
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displayed student's artwork.
  • Make teaching materials and prepare bulletin boards.
  • Prepared lesson plans and decorated bulletin boards.
  • Assist in maintaining students materials/supplies and the installation of updated/current bulletin boards.Super students in indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Developed bulletin boards, had recess duty and Successmaker Lab and writing lab with students.
  • Designed bulletin boards, displayed student's accomplishments.
  • Prepare bulletin boards make copies laminate Grade papers Playground monitoring
  • Grade papers Bulletin boards Lead Chapel Eat with and supervise students File and grade papers

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34. Education Plan
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Here's how Education Plan is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Administer and score career interest inventories in order to guide appropriate transition goals for student individualized education plans.
  • Develop individual education plans based on case specific analysis.
  • Assist with the implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEP), including self-help, behavior management, and instruction programs.
  • Review daily lesson plan with instructional personnel; consult with teacher regarding students IEP (individual education plan).
  • Provide support in high school classrooms to students with Individualized Education Plans by ensuring their accommodations are met properly.
  • Implemented standards and methods to measure the effectiveness of child's Individual Education plan (IEP).
  • Translated meetings, Individual Education Plans (IEP's), principal and teacher conferences.
  • Helped develop along with attend Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for students.
  • Participated in Individual Education Plans (IEP) meetings with clients and supervisors.
  • Adapt lessons to meet the needs of students and implement Individual Education Plans.
  • Worked with students on IEP (individual education plan) goals.
  • Implement individualized education plan (IEP) goals and objectives.
  • Involved with writing the Individual Education Plan.
  • Assisted in the development and implemetation of Behavior intervention plans and Individualized education plans.
  • Supplemented pre-school curriculum with specially designed education plans.
  • Develop and teach curriculum for students that reflects the goals of each student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Assisted in developing Individual Education Plans (IEP) Worked effectively motivating and reinforcing 7th and 8th grade curriculum.
  • Assisted in the maintenance of a student caseload in regards to compliance with individualized education plan development.
  • Implemented accommodations for students according to their Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Guide students as they work on achieving I.E.P ( Individual Education Plan) goals.

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35. Instructional Efforts
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Here's how Instructional Efforts is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Discussed assigned duties with classroom teachers to coordinate instructional efforts and recorded relevant data to assess progress.
  • Coordinated instructional efforts with classroom teacher in order to effectively maximize student learning time.
  • Discussed assigned teaching area with classroom teacher to coordinate instructional efforts.
  • Discussed assigned duties with Master teacher to coordinate instructional efforts.
  • Coordinate instructional efforts with classroom teacher.
  • Coordinated instructional efforts with teaching staff.
  • Provided any and all assistance required to aid the instructor in preparing lessons, preparing displays, and coordinating instructional efforts.
  • Discussed assigned duties with classroom teachers to coordinate instructional efforts; attended staff meetings and served on committees.
  • Facilitate and coordinate instructional efforts with cooperating teachers in second and fourth grades.
  • Conferred with school staff on assigned subjects to insure coordination of instructional efforts.
  • Discussed assigned duties with classroom teachers in order to coordinate instructional efforts.
  • Monitored and instructed students in a small group and individual setting Discussed assigned duties with teachers in order to coordinate instructional efforts
  • Collected data on students' performance and behavior Provided both positive and constructive feedback Coordinated instructional efforts with classroom teachers

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36. Positive Reinforcement
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Here's how Positive Reinforcement is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Use of positive reinforcement strategies and other appropriate strategies/techniques to assist students in the development of appropriate behavior.
  • Use positive reinforcement behavior modification techniques as a motivator for improving student conduct and encouraging student participation.
  • Demonstrate socially acceptable behaviors, employing techniques and methods of behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
  • Teach socially acceptable behavior, employing techniques such as positive reinforcement and behavior modification.
  • Implemented a positive reinforcement system for students who adhered to classroom expectations.
  • Demonstrated positive behavioral support and positive reinforcement while interacting with students.
  • Provided positive reinforcement to students throughout the day using student-desired incentives.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Applied positive reinforcement methods to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Redirect negative behaviors with positive reinforcement.
  • Utilized positive reinforcement and praise.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method and ABA for children with ASD.
  • Use positive reinforcement, redirection, guidance and role modeling to support behavior expectations.
  • Assist in management of student behavior by use of positive reinforcement strategies.
  • Provided positive reinforcement to encourage, motivate, and build confidence.
  • Used positive reinforcement strategies and other appropriate techniques to assist students.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Applied the positive reinforcement method to direct negative behaviors.
  • Communicated nonverbally with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement.
  • Use operant response, negative and positive reinforcement to help students learn.

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Here's how Extra Assistance is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided tutoring for students needing extra assistance.
  • Provide extra assistance in special education department.
  • Provided extra assistance to non-English-speaking students.
  • Participated in a literacy program that was designed to help students that need extra assistance as they learned to read.
  • Provided extra assistance and differentiated instruction to students in the regular classroom setting, especially special need students.
  • Observe and track student performance, providing extra assistance to help reinforce rules and study concepts.
  • Tutor and individually assist students that require extra assistance in schoolwork as well as behavior management.
  • Created homework assignments for students in need of extra assistance with instructional material.
  • Provided extra assistance for students with severe disabilities as needed per teacher instruction.
  • Track student performance and provide extra assistance to help them master topic.
  • Provided extra assistance to students who are non-English speakers.

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Here's how CPR is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Trained in Discreet trials, sign language, CPR certified, Crisis Prevention Interventions certified, and Handle with Care trained.
  • Required certifications for Instructional Assistants were CPR, First Aid and NCI Make copies of documents for the teacher's.
  • Maintained privacy of family and program information so that provides First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) when needed.
  • Created an opportunity to certify all staff and student with the current CPR/First Aid standards.
  • Assisted instructors during CPR and first aid classes to entry level Marines.
  • Certified in CPR, CPI and SPEDIAC Mandated to report child abuse.
  • Provide training skills to students to administer CPR safely and accurately.
  • Certified in CPR/First Aid/AED; managed student medications and medical procedures.
  • Attended all required CPR and BLS classes.
  • Provided first aid and CPR when necessary.
  • Demonstrated and performed CPR on manikins.
  • Have been certified for CPR.
  • Provide CPR training and certificates.
  • Certified in First Aid and Infant, Child, and Adult CPR.
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid, CPI
  • disinfect and set up CPR training mannequin.
  • Assisted instuctor in teaching CPR classes.
  • Teach CPR Classes to the public Teach Emt skills to students Answer phones sign students up for classes scan fax photo copy
  • VOLUNTEER Democratic Party-Elijah Cummings Kathleen Kennedy Townsend Participated in the Junior Diabetes Program SKILLS CPR-Certified
  • Core Qualifications Bachelor Science in Human services Counseling CPR/First Aid certified CPI certified Certified CASA volunteer HET Trained

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Here's how Instructional Assistance is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provide a variety of instructional assistance and support services associated with both general and specialized educational programs and student needs.
  • Major duties and responsibilities included providing instructional assistance monitoring and overseeing students.
  • Provide instructional assistance to GED students in a correctional facility.
  • Provide instructional assistance to Early Childhood Educators at preschools.
  • Provided instructional assistance for teachers at Pioneer Elementary School.
  • Provide classroom instructional assistance and tutorials
  • Provide instructional assistance for small groups
  • Provide instructional assistance for an autistic child including modifying lesson plans, monitor progress and behavior to meet ARD goals.
  • Collaborate weekly with MHOH teacher and Instructional Assistance in meeting students' physical, medical and academic needs and goals.
  • Provide instructional assistance to children in classrooms, along with providing assistance to teachers in the classroom.
  • Provide instructional assistance to students in need of learning support and accommodations in grades two through four.
  • Assisted teachers by providing instructional assistance to individual or small groups of limited English speaking students.
  • Provided instructional assistance and support to students and staff in a large multicultural adult high school.
  • Teach and provide Counseling and Art Therapy Instructional Assistance and Supervision to Counseling/Art Therapy Interns.
  • Provided instructional assistance to individual or small groups of students, during morning stations.
  • Provide instructional assistance to children with autism in groups or individual instruction with children.
  • Provide instructional assistance with students to develop reading, writing and study skills.
  • Provided instructional assistance, prepare materials for instruction, and prepare lesson plans.
  • Provide instructional assistance on the computer.
  • Provided instructional assistance in the Intensive Reading, Math and Social Studies curriculum.

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40. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Provided instruction for all subject areas using high-impact strategies, and served as lead teacher in the lead teacher's absence.
  • Succeeded in assisting the teacher to maintaining a structured classroom where students displayed a genuine interest in all subject areas.
  • Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas, and submit outlines to teachers for review.
  • Performed routine tasks in monitoring and assisting student progress within a variety of subject areas as assigned.
  • Provided small group and one-on-one assistance to strengthen students' understanding of material in all subject areas.
  • Provide individual tutoring for ESL student to support their language learning needs across all subject areas.
  • Instructed multiple subject areas and managed student behavior to teach responsibility, Organization, and teamwork.
  • Work one-to-one with students on Autism spectrum in math and other subject areas as needed.
  • Assist students 9-12 grade in all subject areas in a team base learning classroom.
  • Provided individual remedial instruction on needed subject areas for high school level students.
  • Assist student(s) in all subject areas for assignment completion.
  • Provided additional support within subject areas under the supervision of head teacher.
  • Demonstrated the ability to assist and follow lead in all subject areas.
  • Instructed students in all subject areas in their native language.
  • Provided support for fourth grade students in core subject areas.
  • Assist with homework and class work in various subject areas
  • Implemented in designing lesson plans in all subject areas.
  • Assist other content-area teachers with best practices for ELL students in order to create and engage students in different subject areas.
  • Create lesson plans for small group instruction Teach core subject areas in a small group setting Manage classroom environment effectively
  • Worked directly with students in various subject areas including computer science Classroom Management Developing and Implementing learning activities Tutoring

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41. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Review of individualized educational plan objectives and goals designed to promote students educational, physical, and social development.
  • Provided special recreation participants assistance in the areas of behavior management, improving their self-help skills and social development.
  • Supported academic instruction and social development of students.
  • Assisted with the educational and social development of pupils under the direction and guidance of the head teacher and Summit Academy.
  • Participate in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the facilitator and classroom teachers.
  • Conducted actions to stimulate physical, mental and social development such as arts and crafts, games, and storytelling.
  • Assist the Lead Teacher in carrying out various activities that lead to emotional, intellectual and social development of children.
  • Conferred with parents, teachers, and other professionals to support students' education, physical, and social development.
  • Assisted and supported the students in the educational and social development of pupils and helped monitor their progress.
  • Assisted in the educational and social development of pupils under the direction and guidance of the class teacher.
  • Worked under class/head teacher and school administration to support instruction and social development of the students.
  • Planned and accompanied students on multiple recreational trips, which focused on creative and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Facilitated learning groups where goal was to achieve both academic and social development growth.
  • Observe and evaluate student's educational performance and social development skills.
  • Provided support to students in instructional tasks and social development.
  • Helped students with their learning and social development.
  • Organized play groups to help social development.
  • Organize and facilitate activities to promote physical, mental and social development at the Pre-School level.
  • Created literacy, social development, growth and fine motor skills curriculum for pre-K through after school ages.

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42. Data Collection
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Here's how Data Collection is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Completed documentation and data collection regarding IEP goals.
  • Collaborated with Instructional Assistant in data collection.
  • Front office duties include answering telephones and emails, data collection, record filing, report generating, and public relations.
  • Assist teachers with delivery of instruction, data collection and compilation of reports For Exceptional Education Students.
  • Assisted in daily instruction, data collection, and documentation as needed of students with special needs.
  • Designed statistical flow charts, using JMP, to assist students in large landscape data collection.
  • Assisted with student data collection for behavior based research and keyed into CLM System.
  • Monitored and implemented behavior plans, use of intervention, and data collection.
  • Supervised an activity and aided in the data collection of each students progress.
  • Assist the classroom teacher to complete appropriate documentation and data collections.
  • Administer Discrete Trial Instruction and Data Collection on a daily basis.
  • Worked effectively one on one with students for data collection.
  • Supported the development of lesson plans and data collections.
  • Led students into the field for data collection.
  • Worked with state and federal authorities assisting with preparation of student data collection information.
  • Participate in all scheduled data collection trainings.
  • Skilled in data collection, with baseline data, graphing, and implementation of interventions placed for students with maladaptive behaviors.
  • Trained in many different areas including: behavior management, data collection, and different teaching strategies.
  • Used appropriate data collection methods able to taylor instructional strategies based on results.
  • Maintain confidentiality of student records -Basic classroom data collection techniques -Operation of a variety of office and classroom equipment

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43. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Enhanced learning environment through implementation of PowerPoint presentations and various multimedia.
  • Developed web pages and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Developed and edited PowerPoint presentations to orient more than 550 plus students and staff concerning Media Center s policies and procedures.
  • Major responsibilities included proof reading and grading exams, updating grade books, and preparing PowerPoint presentations used in lecture.
  • Transcribed audio recordings, created lecture PowerPoints, video recorded presentations, reviewed online courses and made online course corrections.
  • Researched, developed and created instructional handouts, PowerPoint presentations, photographed stills, and constructed 3-D models for instruction.
  • Advanced knowledge of personal computers and software application including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Internet.
  • Instruct proper use of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Google Docs, and school database.
  • Assist at risk high school students in a Microsoft PowerPoint, Internet and Technology class.
  • Delivered individualized and group instruction in Microsoft Word 2010, PowerPoint and MLA format.
  • Assist students with of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and electronic research.
  • Created PowerPoint presentation to best allow a better understanding for the intended audience.
  • Supervised a group of 60 students during class discussions and presented PowerPoint displays.
  • Utilized Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word to complete requested dept.
  • Performed general office duties utilizing MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Instruct students in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Organized and created presentations and PowerPoints for lectures.
  • Provided support for faxing, filing, copying, developing Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and other department memoranda.
  • Created PowerPoint slides, Access databases Converted course materials for online class, graded papers and recorded grades
  • Edit Lecture videos using Premiere Pro CC Edit and re design Lecture PowerPoints

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44. Recreational Activities
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  • Trained in Reading Recovery techniques, I worked one-on-one supervising students during recreational activities.
  • Instruct participants in swimming or other recreational activities and provide safety precaution information.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans and organized and led recreational activities.
  • Supervised children during recreational activities and during lunch hour.
  • Plan and schedule academic and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Planned and instructed daily recreational activities.
  • Organized students' plans/recreational activities.
  • Explained principles, techniques, and safety procedures to participants in recreational activities, and demonstrated use of materials and equipment.
  • Assist with classroom duties, work one on one with students, help with homework, teach recreational activities.
  • Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations governing sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment.
  • Provided instructional aide and assisted with recreational activities for children ages one year through five years old.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Assisted the students with projects, homework assignments and recreational activities on a daily basis.
  • Assisted with instruction of kindergarten children in reading, writing, and recreational activities.
  • Provide students with tutoring, homework assistance, enrichment, and recreational activities.
  • Provided recreational activities for students to work and enjoy themselves outside the classrooms.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Provided instruction and recreational activities for autistic students in Whatcom county.
  • organize and conduct age-appropriate recreational activities, such as games, art and crafts, sports, walks and play dates.

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45. Mental Disabilities
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Here's how Mental Disabilities is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinate programs and assist with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through providing academic and physical support to students.
  • Managed behavioral needs of students with developmental disabilities in accordance to Functional Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Implement classroom and community based programs and activities for persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide instructional assistance to children living with developmental disabilities in a classroom setting.
  • Worked with Post-Secondary and high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Assist with educational and learning needs of children with behavioral/developmental disabilities.
  • Monitored children with developmental disabilities in a preschool and home setting.
  • Worked with children with a variety of developmental disabilities.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as physical and mental disabilities utilizing sensory skills to monitor them.
  • Worked with students with a variety of disabilities (SED youth) including learning and developmental disabilities and emotional disturbance.
  • Assisted in instruction of students with severe learning, emotional and mental disabilities, including Autism and Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Instructed, counseled, and supervised school age children (with/without developmental disabilities) from elementary to high school.
  • Assist with the supervision and instruction of individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, and developmental disabilities.
  • Work on individual and group-basis with children, including EBD and children w/ physical/mental disabilities.
  • Assist teacher in the supervision and instruction of students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted teacher in instructing students with mental disabilities.
  • Work with children with mental disabilities and autism.
  • Assist children with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Mentored and assisted children with behavioral and mental disabilities Helped students with daily responsibilities
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.

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46. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Worked in grades K-5, demonstrated abilities to teach, motivate, and direct students while maintaining high interest in achievement.
  • Substitute teacher for physical education, music, art, and other grade level classroom ranging from K-5 grades.
  • Support teaching staff from grades K-5 as needed and help create a dynamic learning experience for students.
  • Assist with the implementation of a diversified program of physical education instructional activities for K-5 students.
  • Provide support to teachers in grades K-5 by conducting small groups for reading and math.
  • Supervised the K-5 autistic student at the car rider's area during dismissal time.
  • Proctored and managed MAP testing to all students K-5 three times yearly.
  • Implemented and managed SuccessMaker and Imagine Learning instructional software for K-5.
  • Hired full-time to assist K-5 students with Math and Language remediation
  • Provided instruction for students K-5 during teachers' planning time
  • Assisted struggling learners K-5 with Math and English skills.
  • Implement lessons to small reading groups in grades K-5.
  • Provided support for classroom teachers in K-5 education.
  • Tutored students from grades K-5 in various subjects.
  • Assisted third grade teacher and substituted as needed grades K-5 as well as special needs classroom.
  • Addressed and Provide Behavior Support to students Classroom management assistance to Educators Grades K-5th.
  • Provided educational instruction in a K-5 English Immersion Program; Identified behavioral goals.
  • Used the Type To Learn 4 Program to help teach K-5th grade typing skills.
  • Performed variety of duties for grades K-5 as requested Reading tutor, library assistant, DIBELS testing Classroom/playground/lunchroom monitor
  • Worked with preschool aged children for three years and then progressed to work with grades K-5.

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47. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain safe environment and proper documentation.
  • Worked on discipline and attitude while providing a safe environment for students and rivers riding to and from school daily.
  • Assist teachers and staff of the school by maintaining a safe environment for the children in the school.
  • Assist teacher with handling behaviors, and providing a safe environment for children and staff.
  • Assist in classroom administration, supportive disciplinary guidance, and in maintaining a safe environment.
  • Ensured a safe environment supervising recess, academics, and program activities.
  • Helped to ensure a safe environment for learning and completed clerical skills.
  • Ensured a positive and safe environment for the students to promote learning.
  • Provided a safe environment for special education students in which to learn.
  • Worked as a member of a team to maintain a safe environment.
  • Helped maintain a friendly, comfortable, healthy and safe environment.
  • Provide a loving and safe environment for children to feel comfortable.
  • Assisted with students' learning while providing a safe environment
  • Design and maintain a supportive, safe environment.
  • Maintained clean and safe environment for students.
  • Maintain a safe environment for the children.
  • Provide a safe environment for students.
  • Maintain a safe environment for learning.
  • Provide a safe environment that meets the needs of the individual child and his/her particular stage of development.
  • Maintain a clean, safe environment for kids Supervise a group of ten-twelve kids daily Interact with co-workers and parents daily

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48. Attendance Records
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Here's how Attendance Records is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Created and maintained accurate student assignment and attendance records.
  • Maintained accurate student attendance records in compliance with the regulations of the State of Connecticut and Career College Association.
  • Performed a variety of clerical duties such as keeping attendance records, ordering and maintaining classroom supplies.
  • Clear and/ or update attendance records via computer with information from teachers and parents.
  • Assist with homework, Academic Assessments, Greet Parents, and maintain Attendance Records.
  • Review and maintain attendance records and student progress sheets for completion and accuracy.
  • Maintained attendance records; maintained all monies and permission slips for field trips.
  • Keep regular attendance records for kids who attend programs for extra help.
  • Maintain accurate daily attendance records; enforcing school rules and regulations.
  • Help grade and record student work and maintain attendance records.
  • Track grades and attendance records for all students.
  • Take class attendance and maintain attendance records.
  • Assist with student files and attendance records.
  • Maintained the attendance records of the students.
  • Maintained accurate head count and attendance records.
  • Monitor and maintain student attendance records.
  • Maintained classroom and attendance records.
  • Maintain accurate attendance records throughout the day as well as complete appropriate paper work in a timely fashion.
  • Type, file, and duplicate materials Take class attendance and maintain attendance records.
  • Maintain student records Maintain attendance records.

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49. Office Hours
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Here's how Office Hours is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Hold designated office hours to aide students in understanding specific course curriculum, assignment assistance and course expectations/management.
  • Provided extra instruction and individual tutoring in weekly office hours.
  • Conducted laboratory sessions and held office hours for undergraduate level course: Materials and Processes for a class of 50.
  • Evaluated homework, tests, and field work and held office hours to ensure students understood course concepts.
  • Schedule and post office hours to advise students, tutor if necessary and provide other assistance as needed.
  • Helped instructors teach Arabic at a beginner's level and held office hours to work one-on-one with students.
  • Managed student's academic progress, accurately recorded grades, and assisted in daily office hours.
  • Coordinated regular office hours to tutor and meet with students to elaborate on coursework and topics.
  • Hosted office hours for students to better their understanding with the class topics and concepts.
  • Maintained regular office hours weekly to assist students with course needs.
  • Hold office hours and aide students via tutoring and note review.
  • Tutored students and graded class assignments and exams during office hours
  • Hold office hours and be available to professor and students.
  • Schedule and maintain regular office hours to meet with students.
  • Hold office hours to assist students one-on-one.
  • Hold multiple office hours weekly.
  • Evaluated writing assignments, held office hours to discuss course concepts Created lesson plan and guest lectured for section on feminism
  • Worked in the Graduate History Program Responsibilities included grading, holding office hours and giving review sessions
  • Assessed the student's attendance and assignments Established office hours for students
  • Attended lectures Held office hours to assist students with the lecture materials and review practice problems Graded the exams

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50. Administration Policies
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Here's how Administration Policies is used in Instructional Assistant jobs:
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students and discussed assigned duties with classroom teachers to coordinate instructional efforts.
  • Supervised and enforced administration policies for students in classrooms, halls, cafeterias, school yards, and gymnasiums.
  • Conduct vision screening exams to students, and Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Enforced administration policies and observed students' performance, and recorded progress.
  • Enforced both classroom and administration policies and rules at all times.
  • Help with discipline issues and enforce administration policies.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Enforce administration policies with students.
  • Promoted to "instructional assistant" position to directly assist with enforcing administration policies and rules governing students.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Instructional Assistant

Classroom Management

28.5%

Behavioral Issues

13.5%

Small Group Instruction

9.0%

Mathematics

7.2%

Lesson Plans

7.2%

Student Learning

6.5%

OLD Children

5.9%

Special Education

5.0%

IEP

4.3%

Language

2.2%

Instructional Materials

1.4%

Homework Assignments

1.4%

Grade Level

1.2%

Daily Activities

1.2%

Staff Members

1.1%

Communication

0.9%

Data Entry

0.9%

Customer Service

0.9%

Personal Care

0.9%

Reinforce Learning Concepts

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Instructional Assistant

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 24.2%
2 Behavioral Issues 11.5%
3 Small Group Instruction 7.6%
4 Mathematics 6.1%
5 Lesson Plans 6.1%
6 Student Learning 5.5%
7 OLD Children 5.0%
8 Special Education 4.2%
9 IEP 3.6%
10 Language 1.9%
11 Instructional Materials 1.2%
12 Homework Assignments 1.2%
13 Grade Level 1.1%
14 Daily Activities 1.0%
15 Staff Members 1.0%
16 Communication 0.8%
17 Data Entry 0.8%
18 Customer Service 0.8%
19 Personal Care 0.7%
20 Reinforce Learning Concepts 0.7%
21 Computer Hardware 0.7%
22 Present Subject Matter 0.7%
23 Social Studies 0.7%
24 Instructional Activities 0.7%
25 Instructional Support 0.6%
26 ABA 0.6%
27 Professional Development 0.6%
28 ESL 0.6%
29 Academic Performance 0.6%
30 Group Therapy Sessions 0.6%
31 Special Needs 0.5%
32 Phone Calls 0.5%
33 Bulletin Boards 0.5%
34 Education Plan 0.5%
35 Instructional Efforts 0.5%
36 Positive Reinforcement 0.5%
37 Extra Assistance 0.5%
38 CPR 0.5%
39 Instructional Assistance 0.5%
40 Subject Areas 0.4%
41 Social Development 0.4%
42 Data Collection 0.4%
43 Powerpoint 0.4%
44 Recreational Activities 0.4%
45 Mental Disabilities 0.4%
46 K-5 0.4%
47 Safe Environment 0.4%
48 Attendance Records 0.3%
49 Office Hours 0.3%
50 Administration Policies 0.3%
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