Top Learning Support Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Learning Support Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Learning Support Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.1% of Learning Support Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Learning Support Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Learning Support Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Model effective instructional skills and classroom management strategies.
  • Support teacher with administering exams and classroom management.
  • Provided behavior and classroom management suggestions for teachers.
  • Develop effective classroom management plans.
  • Supported teacher with classroom management.
  • Developed appropriate classroom management system to support the goals and developmental level of 15-20 children in the classroom.
  • Created lesson plans, assessments, and classroom management policy regarding appropriate student behavior.
  • Provided various solutions and structure for classroom management and the learning environment.
  • Attend training programs in regard to classroom management issues.
  • Mentor assistant teachers in classroom management skills.
  • Demonstrated a strong presence in the classroom, utilizing appropriate and effective behavioral, time, organizational and classroom management strategies.
  • Provided facilitation assistance to students needing more clarification during instruction Enforced classroom rules to ensure appropriate classroom management Documented student attendance daily

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Executed daily Junior Achievement lesson plans on money management and business practices.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans focusing on differentiating instruction and collected data.
  • Followed teacher lesson plans and provided additional support.
  • Created lesson plans using differentiated instruction.
  • Supervised 18 preschool-aged children and four adults tasked with assisting in supervising the children and collaborating on lesson plans and projects.
  • Created material for new training programs and developed learning activities, audio-visual materials, instructor guides, and lesson plans.
  • Create daily Reading and Math lesson plans for children in 3rd, 4th 5th grades identified for remedial assistance.
  • Assist with tasks including cleanup and setup, tutoring independent students, and helping teachers with lesson plans.
  • Develop and implemented lesson plans to assure learning goals in accordance to Math and English common core standards.
  • Provided assistance to 12 teachers; prepared the classroom and material needed for the weekly lesson plans.
  • Developed differentiated lesson plans based on the Common Core and the Primary Years Program (IB).
  • Create daily lesson plans for students and record student reports using BANNER software coding information as appropriate.
  • Assist lead teachers with the implementation of the weekly lesson plans and maintain student records and portfolios.
  • Create and deliver lesson plans, implement school curriculum, and assess developmental needs of students.
  • Check and help teachers to enrich their lesson plans with variety of activities for each level.
  • Collected and reviewed specified lesson plans in Grades 2 through 12 in 30 plus student classes.
  • Created and executed lesson plans, took the learning experience to a whole new level.
  • Provided ongoing assessments of the students and developed lesson plans to meet the expected outcomes.
  • Developed, organized, and implemented appropriate lesson plans during longer-term assignments in Social Studies.
  • Developed reading and math lesson plans for a wide range of students with disabilities.

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3. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Consult and advise Special Education teacher with Manifestation Determination/IEP process.
  • Provide teachers with IEP modifications and differentiated lesson adaptations.
  • Assisted in and collected data for IEP meetings pertaining to students' academic, social, emotional and/or behavioral goal.
  • Provide leadership in Child Study Teams, staffing meetings, and development of IEP (Individual Education Plans).
  • Provided instruction to reinforce IEP goals in the areas of reading, writing, math, and social skills
  • Foster collaborative parent-teacher relationships through progress reports, conferences, IEP meetings, phone conversations, and emails.
  • Meet with parents to make sure everything is going according to plan and discuss various things involving IEP.
  • Designed Microsoft Office special education IEP (Individualized Education Program) Word forms merged with Access database.
  • Progress monitoring of IEP goals using AimsWeb program and create IEP Progress Reports in IEP Plus.
  • Maintained student data records, developed IEP instructional goals and objectives, and completed student re-evaluations.
  • Develop and implement Individual Education Plan for each special education student and conduct IEP meetings.
  • Facilitated IEP meetings between community support, parents, students, and educational team members.
  • Conduct progress monitoring, assist with IEP writing and implementation of students IEP goals.
  • Guided students with Individualized Education Plan (IEP) to have success in classroom.
  • Assist to IEP meetings and feed back parents about their children growth and behaviors.
  • Administered the Bracken, KTEA, and WIAT-III for re-evaluations and IEP data.
  • Develop, monitor, and report progress on Individualized Education Plans (IEP)
  • Case management & supervision of specially adapted instructions based on IEP's.
  • Served as a member of individual educational plan (IEP) meetings.
  • Supported teacher with grading papers, proctored SOL testing and filing IEP's

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4. General Education Curriculum

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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted with the selection and adaptation of materials to assist students with learning disabilities to access the general education curriculum.
  • Analyzed, reviewed, and modified general education curriculum for special-needs students based on variety of instructional techniques and available technologies.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers weekly to modify and revise instruction for students on in order to access general education curriculum.
  • Teach students in a serious juvenile offender program by modifying the general education curriculum based on a variety of instructional techniques.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to develop lesson plans, implement strategies, and accommodate general education curriculum to ensure proficiency.
  • Trained and experienced in adapting and modifying a general education curriculum for special education students as well as data collection.

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5. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted school based and individualized professional development regarding reading and mathematics instruction.
  • Planned collaboratively with the Mathematics Dept.
  • Coached, Mentored, and Assisted teachers to earn their Clear Credentials in Mathematics and Career Technical Education.
  • Provided support and curriculum modifications for a sixth grade student in the area of mathematics.
  • Coached ninth grade students in a variety of mathematics topics required in the MCAS exam.
  • Provide modified instruction of the 3rd-5th grade mathematics curriculum in an inclusive setting.
  • Focus areas of instruction: reading and mathematics.
  • Provided in-class mathematics support to eighth grade students.
  • Assisted students in Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Support third grade team in mathematics and writing instruction Create interactive lessons to build skill and confidence in Section 504 students

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6. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Worked extensively with a special needs student who required additional support within the classroom environment.
  • Provided extra assistance to12 children who required special attention, had special needs, or displayed unruly behavior throughout the day.
  • Provided support to the lead instructor for the secondary exceptional needs students in this enrichment program for students with special needs.
  • Worked with the Special Education Building Coordinator and Special Education department to reinforce the delivery of instruction to students with Special Needs
  • Administered official and teacher made tests to special needs students, generated and distributed report cards to parents or students.
  • Identified, developed/implemented customized plans for, and evaluated students with special needs as part of Student Services Management Team.
  • Assisted in planning and daily implementation of age and developmentally challenged children, ages 0-36 months with special needs.
  • Case manager for students with special needs, designing, implementing, and monitoring individual education plans.
  • Developed and implemented Individualized Education Plans in order to improve skills of all students with special needs.
  • Design learning environments to meet the Special Needs population in accordance to their Individualized Educational Plan.
  • Implemented creative, hands-on activities and lessons to third grade students with special needs.
  • Assisted in educating children in a Special Needs program at the middle school level.
  • Helped special needs students and care for their emotional health and safety.
  • Adapted the learning environment and differentiated lessons for students with special needs.
  • Cultivated a conducive learning environment for teachers and special needs students.
  • Assisted the special needs children during test taking.
  • Manage K-12 classrooms of approximately 23 student including special needs, often times while multi-tasking in several different classrooms.

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7. Behavioral Development

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Here's how Behavioral Development is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained records of educational and behavioral development as assigned by teacher and assisted educator with non-instructional projects and duties.
  • Maintained records of educational and behavioral development as assigned by teacher.
  • Maintain records of educational and behavioral development

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8. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate learning centers encompassing a variety of hands on activities which increased independent student learning.
  • Learned and implemented effective methods for student improvement through successful diagnosis of student learning problems.
  • Employed a variety of instructional and motivational techniques to encourage student learning and achievement.
  • Collaborated with teachers and administrators to enhance and improve student learning.
  • Coached teachers and aspiring principals in analyzing student learning at the level of the student, classroom, school and district.
  • Used assessment driven instruction to develop age appropriate lessons, implement, and re -assess student learning and individual needs.
  • Utilized Teaching Strategies Goal on line assessment to document student learning and the various developmental levels of all students.
  • Developed & implemented diverse curriculum to meet the needs of each student learning style and ability.
  • Collaborated with Lead and Assistant teachers to develop and implement student learning and behavioral goals.
  • Develop Student Learning Objectives and collect data to show growth of student learning.
  • Facilitate student learning through the use of extra curricular activities.
  • Utilize diagnostic assessment of student learning on a frequent basis.

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9. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Supported students individually, in small groups, and classroom settings, depending on their individual needs and targets.
  • Delivered lessons provided in pull-out settings to small groups or classrooms in Milwaukee Public Schools; Part-time Temporary Position
  • Work with small groups on assignments each day to see what skills each child can master.
  • Direct instruction to students individually, in small groups, and in classroom settings.
  • Work with individual students, small groups and classes in reading/writing/spelling and study skills.
  • Work in small groups with students for additional enrichment in all subject areas.
  • Provided Content-Standard enrichment curriculum to large & small groups of K-6th gr.
  • Teach small groups of 3 to 8 students in 30-minute increments weekly.
  • Facilitated math and literacy small groups that encouraged student led learning.
  • Designed lesson plans and taught them to individuals and small groups.
  • Provided tutoring for students both individually and in small groups.
  • Worked with individual students as well as small groups.
  • Provide RtI support for small groups.
  • Work with small groups of children in all subjects Assist teacher-supervising children with classroom and playground activities, meals, etc.
  • Tutored children individuallyand in small groups.
  • Work in small groups with students Daily teaching education Paper work (i.e.

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10. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provided independent instructional assistance in Language Arts.
  • Create and implement lessons and apply program objectives to assist basic target students in becoming proficient in Language Arts.
  • Maintained collaboration and conversation with the Language Arts and Special Education team to support student goals.
  • Provided Language Arts instruction for students with Autism and Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.
  • Provide Enrichment Language Arts Activities for 7th Grade Students.
  • Tutor in language arts, reading, and math.

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11. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provide designated instructional materials to students given by the classroom teacher
  • Adapt instructional materials and assessments.
  • Assist in the selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
  • Develop or modify curricula and prepare lessons and other instructional materials to student ability levels.
  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Earned commendable ratings on my performance evaluation for high-quality instruction, effective lesson plans, and inclusion of supplemental instructional materials.

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12. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assist students in the writing process during science and social studies classes by implementing their projected goal of improvement.
  • Served as a member of the district level curriculum writing team for the content area of social studies.
  • Teach reading, writing, math, social studies, science and technology to students in grades 6-8.
  • Provided instruction in Social Studies, Math and English immersion classes.
  • Direct instructed students in English and Social Studies content.
  • Support in classrooms during science and social studies instruction.

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13. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted instructor in various aspects of teaching, including vocational skills, group counseling, and curriculum development.
  • Attended a variety of curriculum development, Gifted and talented, leadership and empowerment workshops and conferences.
  • Provided academic instruction to emotionally and behaviorally challenged adolescents; participated in curriculum development
  • Participated in professional development regarding curriculum development.
  • Participated in curriculum development planning and implementation
  • Lead and participate in the professional learning communities to ensure consistency and improve curriculum development and application while improving student learning.

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14. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provided resource room support for literacy to itinerant students in grades 9-12.
  • Chaired the school's Literacy Committee.
  • Progress monitor students' academic abilities using AIMSWEB Progress Monitoring System - Improve literacy by administering Reading Edge Learning Programs.
  • Published creative instruction online and collaborated with community partners by filming student success with financial literacy for the local news.
  • Provide individual and collaborative academic instruction to fourth grade students integrating literacy and learning, thematic and standardized teaching methodologies.
  • Trained as a Literacy Coach/Instructor; obtained training on creating a well-organized learning environment with emphasis on communication among peers.

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15. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Identified and provided support to students who were experiencing difficulties meeting grade level expectations according to school's standards and benchmarks.
  • Worked to implement Inclusive Practices throughout the grade levels and with administration at the school and district office.
  • Planned, prepared, and taught material based on students' grade levels as determined by the teacher.
  • Performed Corrective Reading on a daily basis in small group instruction for students who read below grade level.
  • Work with technology, library, and art teachers to plan and facilitate grade level collaboration days.
  • Incorporated other teachers, grade levels, and specialists to create presentations such as live weather reports.
  • Educated students with Autism, Emotional, and Learning disabilities for grade levels K-5th grade.
  • Worked one-on-one with elementary school students whose math and reading skills were below grade level.
  • Increased Terra Nova scores two grade levels on average for students in 2003.
  • Work with at risk kids who are below benchmark (grade level).
  • Create notes for Grade Level Meetings and upload them to One Drive.
  • Prepare diverse lesson plans for a variety of instructional and grade levels.
  • Modified lessons, tests, and grade level curriculum.
  • Work one on one with a student in a 6th grade inclusion class Help build appropriate assignments for students on grade level
  • Instructed various grade levels at one time, teaching students with various exceptionalities.

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16. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with other staff members to differentiate instruction.
  • Mentored and coached staff members (in work setting) showing them highly effective teaching principals and concepts.
  • Planned and co-taught with staff members to develop lessons to meet the needs of students with support plans.
  • Communicate with parents and pupil personnel staff members on the individual pupil's progress and development.
  • Interacted with parents, staff members, board members, community and other professional agencies.
  • Reviewed IEP's and collaborated with school staff members concerning student's academic needs.
  • Create opportunities to provide support and resources to new and old staff members.
  • Document student reports progress for Parents and Professional staff members.
  • Supervised staff members and children.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and studentengagement.

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17. Co-Taught

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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provided complementary instruction, monitored a computer lab, and co-taught World Geography.
  • Collaborated and co-taught with Regular Education teachers to meet my students needs.
  • Designed and co-taught at high school level a social thinking course Dynamic in services provided to the district during professional development days
  • Co-planned and co-taught project-based units of inquiry with other classroom teachers that embedded authentic use of technology.
  • Collaborated and Co-taught with general education teachers and provide academic assistance to students in an inclusive setting.
  • Ensured seamless instructional efforts by integrating top teaching strategies in a co-taught general education classroom.

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18. Academic Performance

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Work with principal to develop tactical strategies to improve student academic performance.
  • Administered academic achievement tests and determined academic performance levels based on results.
  • Provide private instruction to individuals to improve academic performance and occupational skills.
  • Motivated and inspired students to better understand Math, English, Writing, and Grammar to improve test scores and academic performance
  • Provided a diverse range of learning strategies based on the different learning styles to improve students' academic performance.
  • Utilized district strategies such as Kagan Cooperative Learning structures and activities to improve and enhance student academic performance.

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19. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assist classroom teachers in researching and implementing new reading strategies and activities which promote comprehension skills in all subject areas.
  • Evaluated students' performances within core subject areas for the purpose of determining student progress and developing remediation plans.
  • Provided instruction in core subject areas in a resource room setting for students with learning disabilities and behavior disorders.
  • Provided whole group, small group and individual instruction across all subject areas.
  • Support 4th and 5th grade students in all subject areas.
  • Individualized assistance in all subject areas three hours per week.
  • Job Responsibilities Provided small group instruction and one 1:1 assistance in all high school subject areas.

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20. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted lead teacher with daily activities including learning activities, meal times, nap time, outside activities, restroom breaks.
  • Communicated with children's parents and guardians about daily activities, behaviors and problems
  • Prepared classroom and materials for daily activities.
  • Guided children through daily activities.
  • Help impalement daily activities, assist lead in any lesson planning, and preparing the classroom for daily activities.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors during pickup and with quarterly parent/teacher conferences.

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21. Direct Instruction

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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provided support through direct instruction; utilized technology tools such as Live Lessons.
  • Used direct instruction to successfully teach reading to dyslexic students.
  • Provided direct instruction to students with multiple learning challenges.
  • Facilitated the SRA Corrective Reading direct instruction program.
  • Provided direct instruction to students with learning difficulties.
  • Provide direct instruction for lessons.
  • Teach Direct Instruction English Class.
  • Collected data on students performance to improve outcomes and direct instruction.

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22. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Supported teacher in controlling behavioral and emotional occurrence of students in classroom setting
  • Directed paraprofessionals in a classroom setting.
  • Provided the students with techniques and confidence that will enable them to perform successfully within their classroom setting.
  • Focus was on transitioning highly functioning autistic and learning disabled students, to the regular classroom setting.
  • Instructed students in grades kindergarten through third grade in a self-contained MDS classroom setting.
  • Executed briefs between teachers and families to maintain family support in the classroom setting.
  • Work with High School Special Ed students in a regular classroom setting.
  • Developed dyslexia materials for use within the inclusive classroom setting.
  • Provide tutoring for students in a classroom setting.
  • Maintained a safe, comfortable, structured classroom setting Led parent meeting for update on children's needs and progression

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23. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Identified and addressed behavioral issues related with negative behaviors with workable solutions for recurring problems between students and/or staff.
  • Employed diverse techniques for behavioral issues, facilitated educational intervention using theory, practice and research based techniques.
  • Educated teachers on effective strategies for instructing students with complex behavioral issues and prevention/management of disruptive behavior.
  • Worked collaboratively with early childhood teachers to assist them with students with emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Prepared progress reports and initiated contact with parents to address academic or behavioral issues when necessary.
  • Develop and maintain effective communication with parents regarding student progress/behavioral issues, and/or conducted parent/teacher conferences.

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24. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and aligned curriculum in accordance to state standards.
  • Plan and implement mathematics curriculum in accordance with state standards to accommodate and strengthen each student's math ability.
  • Developed creative lesson plans based on the Pennsylvania state standards, and that engaged the students in learning.
  • Lead staff development to implement proficiency school-wide in alignment with state standards and school vision.
  • Planned and implemented student-centered lessons aligned with Illinois state standards in all subject areas.
  • Created lessons which aligned with Pennsylvania State Standards and Pennsylvania Common Core Standards.
  • Developed and wrote diverse curriculum for the gifted program aligned to state standards.

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25. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assess student growth and performance through curriculum based assessments, rubrics, teacher-made tests, teacher observation, and data collection.
  • Collected and data for select students using various methods of collecting data such as the A-B-C Data Collection Form.
  • Maintain evaluation reports and data collections on the progress of each student based on behavioral goals.
  • Utilize software programs and data collection forms to keep accurate behavioral information on all students served.
  • Monitor the progress of students through data collection and frequent formative assessments.
  • Maintained records and data collection.

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26. Co-Teach

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Here's how Co-Teach is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assist with in-class support and collaborate with co-teaching model for Reading Comprehension/Literacy and Social Studies content.
  • Collaborated daily with co-teachers on needed adjustments to curriculum and instruction to ensure student proficiency.
  • Collaborated with Special Education and Regular Education Teacher to deliver instruction through a Co-Teaching Model.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers and outside professionals in push-in, and co-teaching models.
  • Provided inclusive support by co-teaching within the general education classroom setting.
  • Worked as a co-teacher in a learning support geometry classroom, emotional support classroom, and autistic support classroom.
  • Plan with co-teacher to develop and implement integrated math and science curriculum that engages learning through problem based work.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to plan lessons and teach in a co-teaching setting.
  • Worked in a co-teaching classroom working with, and collaborating with, a learning support teacher for daily instruction.
  • Provided support for ESE students achievement in the general class through cooperative consultation and co-teaching.

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27. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed and supervised children in social development activities.
  • Work with head teacher and school administration to support instruction and social development of the students.
  • Guided children's behavior and social development Maintained a safe, clean, appealing environment.
  • Managed, supervised and facilitated a diversity of Early Childhood children within a classroom setting engaging academic and social developmental skills.
  • Ensured academic and social development of first grade students through preparation and implementation of weekly lesson plans and project-based learning activities.
  • Confer with parents, and administrators to develop individual educational plans designed to promote students educational, physical and social development.

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28. Faculty Members

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Here's how Faculty Members is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Communicate with other faculty members in regard to exceptional student needs and strategies for meeting their needs.
  • Coordinate the execution and scheduling of rest and lunch breaks for up to 30 faculty members.
  • Established clear communication and professional ties with faculty members and parents.

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29. Pssa

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Here's how Pssa is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Created lesson plans that prepare the special education student for the PSSA and SAT tests.
  • Cultivated student skills in test taking strategies in preparation for PSSA's.
  • Lead and instructed PSSA prep courses including Voyager and SRA direct instruction programs.
  • Administered PSSA and PASA tests to eligible students.
  • Differentiated Instruction Administered PSSA tests.

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30. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and monitored individual plans of service, including ESL and language development.
  • Assist ESL Director in the Accountability office.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with the ESL students Pulled students out and gave individualized lessons
  • Have developed curriculum and taught beginning and low-intermediate ESL, pronunciation and conversation, and citizenship preparation classes to adults.
  • Attended and participated in ESL professional development activities, conferences/workshops, curriculum/program planning, & special events and activities.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs and ESL students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.

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31. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Demonstrated emotional support skills, by acting as a resource teacher for several students with emotional disturbances.
  • Provided academic and emotional support to various second grade students and to Lead Teacher.
  • Provide academic, social and emotional support throughout the school day.

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32. ELL

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Here's how ELL is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Established a program to incorporate community-based instruction and work-based learning for students with autism, intellectual disabilities, and learning disabilities.
  • Managed a caseload of 15 students with mild to moderate intellectual and developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Maintained a well-organized, sale and efficient environment conducive for optimal growth and development.
  • Prepared and presented ELL professional development activities to staff.
  • Maintain excellent communication and relations with parents.
  • Help to create a positive and intellectually stimulating classroom environment for the benefit of the children's social and psychological needs.
  • Established relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers, and administrators to provide meaningful instructional programs for special needs students.
  • Provide small group instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of pupils with varying intellectual and special abilities.
  • Worked cooperatively with other teachers to determine instructional goals, objectives, and plan for differentiated instruction for ELL students.
  • Developed, planned and delivered Math (Year 3) National Curriculum to children who fell below their expected targets.
  • Create correspondence, reports, develop presentation and keep track of performance management as well as improvement tracking documentation.
  • Assisted faculty and specialist in the design, development and evaluation of online blending learning as well as curriculum.
  • Result: The members of the team had well-written ILP's that were customized for each students learning needs.
  • Establish and maintain working relationships students, teachers, faculty members, as well as other district employees.
  • Modeled strategies and proven practices to classroom teachers in the area of instructional delivery to target ELL students.
  • Modeled small group instruction to ESE students in general classes, as well as in a pullout setting.
  • Provided an attractive and well-kept classroom that encourages creativity, exploration and decision- making by the children.
  • Nominated (by a parent of one of my students) for a 2007-2008 Teacher Excellence Award.
  • Cooperated and collaborated with other teachers on the Teacher Support Team, as well as classroom teachers.
  • Provided in class support for students with social-emotional needs, as well as students with physical disabilities.

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33. K-5

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Here's how K-5 is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented Schoolwide Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program (K-5) Tracked student behaviors, analyzed and shared data with colleagues.
  • Tutored students individually in grades k-5, assessing specific areas of need and developing assignments/activities for skill improvement.
  • Administered diagnostic tests, developed individualized lesson plans, and monitored progress of individual students grades K-5.
  • Differentiated and adapted curriculum materials for students enrolled in inclusion and self-contained settings grades K-5th.
  • Created and implemented individualized educational plans for K-5 scholars identified as having special needs.
  • Educated K-5 students in a cross-categorical special education class.

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34. RTI

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Here's how RTI is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated and consulted with mainstream classroom teachers to determine appropriateness of student participation and ensure successful integration.
  • Participated in the administration and logistics of state assessments in a highly secured and confidential environment.
  • Support the classroom teacher by providing additional reinforcement and attention to particular students during whole-class instruction.
  • Participate and maintain professional competence through participation in in-service education activities provided by the district.
  • Developed comprehensive discipline procedures ensuring consistent participation and positive environment for Health Academy.
  • Participated in inclusion/co-teaching in the general education setting for one class period daily.
  • Supervised and taught grades kindergarten through sixth -Participated in staff meetings and conferences
  • Developed supportive skill-based writing program for a third grade special education student.
  • Organized and participated in Skype conferences with teachers and supervisors as required.
  • Position as a supporting teacher with responsibilities to assigned children.
  • Followed accreditation guidelines, participated and in the accreditation process.
  • Participated in hiring, training and supervising paraprofessional staff.
  • Participated in weekly staff meetings and professional development opportunities.
  • Participated in the development of Individual Educational Plans.
  • Write IEP's for students who are on my caseload, as well as participate in annual reviews for each student.
  • Attended and participated in various meetings, such as: staff meetings, team meetings, board meetings, as required.
  • Supported certified preschool teachers in helping young students learn through storytelling, drama, and arts & crafts.
  • Implemented reading lessons for students identified through the RTI process to help prevent students from entering Tier 3.
  • Assisted with the development of articulation agreements between Orange County Public Schools and select local community colleges.
  • Participated in an inclusion/co-teaching setting for two periods daily (Language Arts, and Science).

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35. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences to develop academic support at home.
  • Facilitated Parent-Teacher Conferences at Report Card Issuance
  • Planned, with the Director, all required parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations.
  • Job Duties: Completed lesson plans/Maintained ratio/Completed required paperwork/Conducted Home Visits and Parent-Teacher conferences/Completed Developmental Screenings/Implemented developmental appropriate activities
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and home visits geared toward empowering parents to better assist their children with educational endeavors and behavioral modification.
  • Developed outstanding partnership with parents, coworkers, supervisors through collaboration, providing verbal / written reports and coordinating parent-teacher conferences.

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36. Functional Behavior Assessments

low Demand
Here's how Functional Behavior Assessments is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Collect data for progress monitoring and Functional Behavior Assessments.

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37. Adhd

low Demand
Here's how Adhd is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Structured and supported the everyday life of a 6-year old ADHD student, including schoolwork, development and medical needs.
  • Experienced with students with ADD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, dyslexia, Down syndrome and English language learners.
  • Created and designed special interventions plans and strategies that helped students with ADHD, BED, copesocially with the total environment.
  • Served as a one-on-one organizational coach for ADHD/high anxiety students.
  • Instructed students with a variety of disabilities, including, LD, ED, and ADHD in all academic areas.
  • Instructed students identified as Learning Disabled, Speech and Language Impaired, Autistic, Emotionally Disturbed, and ADD/ADHD.

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38. Safe Environment

low Demand
Here's how Safe Environment is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Created a caring and safe environment for all students by tending to all of their need (medically and emotionally).
  • Provided students with a safe environment in which a solid educational foundation may be built.
  • Attend to the care of the children while maintaining a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment for the children to learn and play daily.
  • Maintained a nurturing and safe environment for students.
  • Maintain safe environment for all students.
  • Provide quality care and a safe environment to children Planned curriculum for classroom Responsible for closing business and sending teachers home
  • Provided an educational, fun and safe environment for 3,4, 5 year olds * Developed daily lesson plans.

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39. Evaluation Reports

low Demand
Here's how Evaluation Reports is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Developed Individualized Education Plans, ReEvaluation Reports, and other special education plans and documentation.
  • Developed student Re-evaluation Reports and Individualized Education Plans.
  • Created and processed Evaluation Reports and Re-evaluation Reports.
  • Create Re-Evaluation Reports, for a caseload of 25 students, in order to determine continuation of special education services.
  • Formatted Comprehensive Evaluation Reports and Individual Educational Plans for each student in my class.
  • Create and implement IEP's, Re-Evaluation Reports, and conduct accompanying meetings.

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40. Emotional Occurrence

low Demand
Here's how Emotional Occurrence is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Supported teacher in controlling behavioral and emotional occurrence.

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41. ELA

low Demand
Here's how ELA is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Established positive relationships with families and caregivers regarding students' progress and difficulties.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents, students and all related service providers.
  • Developed collaborative relationships with teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals and parents.
  • Develop and maintain effective professional relationships and promote positive public relations.
  • Contributed recommendations during meetings reviewing coursework and other course related issues.
  • Fostered positive relationships with students based on mutual respect and understanding.
  • Designed and prepared theme related worksheets and appropriate study material.
  • Maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with students and parents.
  • Maintain pupils graded papers and other educational related documents.
  • Establish positive and productive relationships with families.
  • Cared for and invested in personal relationships with over 200 children ages 6 weeks to 6 years old.
  • Used remedial and enrichment instruction in reading, study skills, writing, math, and related areas.
  • Organized and conducted numerous meetings consisting of parents, administrators, related service personnel, and teachers.
  • Identified the children who showed signs of emotional, developmental, and/or health-related problems through observation.
  • Developed a professional and trustworthy relationship with students, teachers, parents, and administrators.
  • Develop a positive relationship with each child and promote the development of self- esteem and self-discipline
  • Collaborate with regular education teachers, related service providers, school psychologists, and parents.
  • Consult with district personnel on problem issues and crisis management as they relate to students.
  • Communicated daily with parents, administrators, related service personnel, and teachers.
  • Provided students with support and guidance relative to specific individual goals.

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42. Bulletin Boards

low Demand
Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Created numerous bulletin boards covering all types of themes, holidays, historical events, and literature topics.
  • Ensured that class bulletin boards are current and provide parents with an overview of the materialtaught in class.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displays of pupil work (drawings, writing, ) 5.
  • Created bulletin boards, informational wall displays, assisted with grading/classroom preparation while observing classroom academics and activities.
  • Designed visually appealing bulletin boards and learning centers.
  • Distributed classroom-related materials and setting up bulletin boards.

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43. Regular Basis

low Demand
Here's how Regular Basis is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain detailed records and disseminate data to parents, colleagues, and administrators on a regular basis.
  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis to include academic and social growth of students.
  • Consult with students on a regular basis in order to meet needs through indirect services
  • Evaluate student progress on a regular basis and prepare progress reports.
  • Interact with parents on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis.

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44. Group Training

low Demand
Here's how Group Training is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in accomplishment of primary set of courses by providing individual and group training to students.

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45. Powerpoint

low Demand
Here's how Powerpoint is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provide many PowerPoint presentations and SMART Notebook software with interactive lessons to enhance the learning environment during lesson instruction.
  • Displayed excellent technical skills in preparing several creative and educational PowerPoint presentations per week to facilitate student learning.
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentation used by the Director of Preschool for Early Childhood Spring and Fall Conferences annually.
  • Delivered engaging lectures with PowerPoint slides and directed interactive lessons incorporating student inquiry, investigation, and discovery.
  • Prepared video and PowerPoint presentations, co-conducted informational meetings biannually and marketed at multiple trade show events.
  • Incorporated digital textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, videos and other multimedia materials into supplement classroom instruction.

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46. Independent Study

low Demand
Here's how Independent Study is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Provided direction to students in independent study and corrective programs as designed by teacher.

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47. Aimsweb

low Demand
Here's how Aimsweb is used in Learning Support Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized data from AIMSWEB, PALS, CSA, Benchmark, and Moving With Math assessments to differentiate lessons.
  • Administered national testing instruments, such as NWEA and AIMSweb.
  • Track students' progress using AIMSweb software by Pearson.
  • Administer assessment and record results through AIMSweb.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Learning Support Teacher

Classroom Management21.6%
Lesson Plans10.6%
IEP9%
General Education Curriculum8.9%
Mathematics8.4%
Special Needs7.7%
Behavioral Development6.8%
Student Learning5.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Learning Support Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
19.1%
19.1%
2
2
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
9.4%
9.4%
3
3
IEP
IEP
7.9%
7.9%
4
4
General Education Curriculum
General Education Curriculum
7.9%
7.9%
5
5
Mathematics
Mathematics
7.4%
7.4%
6
6
Special Needs
Special Needs
6.8%
6.8%
7
7
Behavioral Development
Behavioral Development
6%
6%
8
8
Student Learning
Student Learning
5.1%
5.1%
9
9
Small Groups
Small Groups
4%
4%
10
10
Language Arts
Language Arts
2%
2%
11
11
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Social Studies
Social Studies
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Literacy
Literacy
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Grade Level
Grade Level
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Co-Taught
Co-Taught
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Academic Performance
Academic Performance
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Subject Areas
Subject Areas
0.8%
0.8%
20
20
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Direct Instruction
Direct Instruction
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
State Standards
State Standards
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Co-Teach
Co-Teach
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Social Development
Social Development
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Faculty Members
Faculty Members
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Pssa
Pssa
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
ELL
ELL
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
K-5
K-5
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
RTI
RTI
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Functional Behavior Assessments
Functional Behavior Assessments
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Adhd
Adhd
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Evaluation Reports
Evaluation Reports
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Emotional Occurrence
Emotional Occurrence
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
ELA
ELA
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Group Training
Group Training
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Independent Study
Independent Study
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Aimsweb
Aimsweb
0.3%
0.3%

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