Top Long Term Substitute Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Long Term Substitute Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Long Term Substitute Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.6% of Long Term Substitute Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Long Term Substitute Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Long Term Substitute 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 Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented Responsive Classroom to ensure optimal classroom management in combination with partnerships with guidance counselor and administration in implementing behavior plans.
  • Developed a Classroom Management Systems for productive learning environment; to also instill good citizenship within the classroom community.
  • Promote and maintain a positive classroom environment conducive to student learning and understanding through effective classroom management techniques.
  • Demonstrated expertise in classroom management and assessing student learning through progress monitoring, observations and standardized testing.
  • Collaborated with job-share partner in all classroom responsibilities including setting up classroom management behavior routines lesson planning.
  • Expanded my classroom management skills by requesting advice from experienced teachers and by experimenting with different methods.
  • Monitored student behavior through classroom management- specifically implemented Capturing Kids' Hearts and Whole Brain Teaching.
  • Implemented effective classroom management strategies that increased student scores and behavior over 8-week long-term substitute position.
  • Acquired responsibility over classroom management, behavior management, classroom routines, and parent-teacher communication.
  • Maintained classroom rules and implemented rewards system to encourage appropriate behavior for effective classroom management.
  • Developed an effective classroom management plan to encourage student engagement and limit behavior issues.
  • Implemented classroom management, facilitating active participation, perform grading, and created/assessed assessments.
  • Created engaging, holistic lesson plans and developed disciplinary procedures for effective classroom management.
  • Instructed positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handled challenging behavior issues.
  • Set and enforced classroom management and discipline procedures to create a successful learning environment.
  • Established classroom management and also teacher-to-parent relationships for overall efficiency of student in class.
  • Produced a comfortable classroom environment that encouraged student involvement yet facilitated effective classroom management.
  • Implement classroom management and student engagement strategies to guide students towards their educational goals.
  • Co-facilitated during professional development workshops providing strategies for effective classroom management and organizational skills.
  • Implemented successful classroom management strategies that cultivated independence and teamwork in a community environment.

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and presented comprehensive lesson plans across all content areas while incorporating school culture of sustainability and visible thinking.
  • Prepared and implemented daily lesson plans to meet individual needs of students in accordance with Individualized Education Programs.
  • Delivered lesson plans employing various strategies ranging from cooperative learning and Socratic style seminars to technology-based instruction.
  • Developed and implemented assessments to gain information about students retention of material covered within lesson plans.
  • Insured that lesson plans were effectively accomplished while documenting daily records for administrative review.
  • Developed and Facilitated creative lesson plans which included modifications for physically challenged students.
  • Promoted consistent student engagement with innovative and engaging lesson plans and activities.
  • Developed and presented comprehension lesson plans while fostering an active learning environment.
  • Develop and instruct age-appropriate lesson plans that encourage social and academic growth.
  • Constructed daily lesson plans to accommodate diverse learners infusing common core standards
  • Develop and implement strategic lesson plans related to physical education.
  • Designed objective focused lesson plans to enhance student-centered learning.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to create cross-curricular lesson plans.
  • Develop lesson plans according to Curiosity Corner Curriculum.
  • Developed lesson plans based on Georgia curriculum standards.
  • Created Lesson plans and developed yearly curriculum.
  • Modified/Developed lesson plans as needed.
  • Follow lesson plans to educate students to a superior level in numerous math classes from basic math 8 to Algebra 3.
  • Researched and developed all lesson plans and activities to adhere to the SOL's; made adjustments based on student needs.
  • Design and implement original lesson plans for each class based on the curriculum and individual student needs, followed by assessment.

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3. Curriculum Goals

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Here's how Curriculum Goals is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and objectives as given in the lesson plans.
  • Guided second graders' learning process towards curriculum goals and, established clear objectives for all lessons.
  • Use TEKS objectives to guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
  • Plan and implement activities to achieve curriculum goals in a comfortable and secure atmosphere.
  • Guided the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
  • Guided students towards curriculum goals.

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4. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Covered emergency maternity leave - Planned and developed all curriculum used in literacy, mathematics, and science/social studies.
  • Created lesson plans using Everyday Mathematics curriculum and implemented multiple hands on activities and centers using math manipulative.
  • Created math lessons adopted from Florida 6th grade mathematics curriculum to meet individual learning styles and student comprehension levels
  • Developed individual and small group curriculum and daily instruction in language arts and mathematics.
  • Designed and implemented lessons using The University of Chicago Everyday Mathematics Program.
  • Participated in ETS Walking to School technology based mathematics pilot program.
  • Created differentiated lessons focused on guided reading and Everyday Mathematics.
  • Instructed students in integrated mathematics I and in Consumer mathematics.
  • Involved in co-planning with special educator for Mathematics.
  • Position designed as mathematics instructor replacement.
  • Implemented and encouraged writing in mathematics.
  • Instructed Senior Level Consumer Mathematics.
  • Teach reading, language arts, social studies, mathematics, science, and health to students using appropriate learning activities.
  • Create and implement lesson plans and learning centers in reading and mathematics with appropriate modifications and adaptations for each student.
  • Utilized all tools required to teach Mathematics (Everyday Math), Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Guided 17 third grade students through all core subjects with a focus on the Reading First and Everyday Mathematics programs.
  • Used the MCPS Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies Instructional Guides to prepare weekly lesson plans.
  • Instructed math support, seventh grade regular education CPM mathematics, and seventh and eighth grade replacement mathematics.
  • Introduce and teach the subjects of language arts, mathematics, science, history, and physical education.
  • Teach Language Arts, English as Second Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science to grades 9 through 12.

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5. Substitute Teaching

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Here's how Substitute Teaching is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Experience teaching students about technology and library skills Substitute Teaching
  • Coordinated with teaching staff and administration for consistency in the classroom environment while providing substitute teaching for long-term leaves of absence.
  • Completed three separate 14 week long-term substitute teaching experiences in various high school English classes.
  • Certified Substitute Teaching * Several individual substitute positions throughout Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Worked as a long term substitute teaching Math at Tubman Education Center
  • Substitute teaching on a weekly basis in Manatee County
  • Substitute teaching, Long-term Substitute (Sept.-Dec.)
  • Substitute teaching grades K through 12.
  • Substitute Teaching for AP Calculus during teacher's unexpected family leave Lesson planning and assessment to ensure critical thinking and reflection.
  • Provide on-going substitute teaching for various middle and high school classes (30 students per classroom on average).
  • Substitute Teaching -- Taught all subjects, specializing in high school math and science.
  • Continue to remain on the substitute call list for periodic substitute teaching jobs.
  • Substitute Teaching - Elementary grades Accomplishments Adapting Lessons according to each students Individualized Educational Plan Providing one-on-one instruction when appropriate.

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6. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated student learning by encouraging debates between students in an effort to promote creative thinking and tolerance for different perspectives.
  • Developed meaningful relationships with students and implemented creative techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Incorporated creative technology driven learning methodologies that enhanced student learning as well as created a positive classroom environment.
  • Implemented teacher lesson plans, managed a Special Education self-contained classroom environment and promoted student learning.
  • Engaged students and implemented instructional strategies that maximized student interest and student learning.
  • Analyzed student learning and planned and administered a variety of appropriate assessments.
  • Collaborated with special education and other classroom teachers to maximize student learning.
  • Collaborated with other teachers to maintain consistency in student learning and behavior.
  • Developed and implemented lessons to encourage student learning and participation.
  • Monitored and assessed student learning, utilizing diverse strategies.
  • Encouraged parental involvement to maximize student learning and development.
  • Utilized innovative resources and technology to enhance student learning.
  • Created hands-on laboratory experiments to enhance student learning.
  • Managed classroom environment to ensure consistent student learning.
  • Contributed to overall student learning process.
  • Created positive environment for student learning.
  • Develop, prepare, adapted and taught instructional materials in a manner that promoted high levels of student learning and retention.
  • Created and executed lesson plans for use in a blended classroom- Collaborated with colleagues on Student Learning Objectives and World History Curriculum
  • Utilized technology such as videos, cartoons, and power point presentations to assist student learning objectives to meet SLO standards.
  • Used K-W-L strategies as well as performance assessment tools to gauge student learning and pacing techniques to maintain students' engagement.

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7. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in Professional Learning Communities, Department Meetings, Staff Meetings, IEP's-Individualized Education Programs, and Parent/Teacher Conferences.
  • Planned interventions, provided testing accommodations for IEP required students, and re-administered GLI assessments.
  • Provided special education instruction, differentiating lessons and providing individualized support based on IEP's.
  • Used standardized testing data in planning instruction and writing appropriate IEP objectives
  • Performed progress monitoring regularly to provide feedback on IEP development.
  • Scheduled and facilitated parent/teacher conferences and IEP meetings.
  • Lead IEP meetings and maintained exceptional parent-teacher communication.
  • Worked one on one with students, parents, and administration to adhere to individual student's IEP goals and accommodations.
  • Prepared for daily lessons and show evidence of preparation through development of IEPC's, performance objectives and lesson plan books.
  • Developed and implemented special programs for at-risk and special needs students with an IEP and ensuring modifications and accommodations are provided.
  • Assisted in developing IEP goals and objectives for the special education students and attended IEP meetings for those boys and girls.
  • Assist with the review and amending of students Individualized Education Program (IEP) to accommodate the child s developmental needs.
  • Attended and participated in IEP meetings along with the Special Education Instructor, Vice Principal, student, and parent.
  • Create and implement lesson plans in accordance with students IEP, arranged transitional assistance for students interested in secondary education.
  • Planned and scheduled IEP (Individual Educational Program) hours and instruction for caseload of 17 special education children.
  • Adapted lessons to meet individual needs by reviewing students' backgrounds and learning needs through IEP'S and assessments.
  • Participated in a CSE meeting for one of our students to determine any adjustments needed to his IEP.
  • Attended students Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings with their parents and the primary special education supervisor.
  • Implemented IEP goals and objectives to students with Cognitive Impairment and performed duties left by the lead teacher.
  • Manage and teach a number of students in a resource class; attend and participate in IEP meetings.

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8. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Attended and participated in special education department and general education grade level meetings.
  • Contributed in all grade level and staff meetings and professional development opportunities.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for each grade level.
  • Instituted and developed a learning program and environment for a self-contained classroom at the third, fourth and fifth grade levels.
  • Worked cooperatively with grade level team to create math units following the Investigations program, as well as various science units.
  • Differentiated instruction based on the abilities and needs of each student while working toward the benchmark goals for the grade level.
  • Collaborated in grade level teams to discuss student work, share best practices, and ensure student mastery of standards.
  • Created and modified lesson plans, attend IEP meetings, and participated in professional learning community and grade level planning.
  • Acted as substitute teacher for various grade levels, and employed the techniques of the regular teacher where available.
  • Communicated and collaborated with grade level teachers, parents, and administration to meet teaching goals and ethical standards.
  • Collaborated with other grade level teachers to plan lessons, field trip to Indianapolis Zoo, and STEM Project.
  • Collaborate with other Social Studies teachers in grade level and across grade level on content projects and best practices.
  • Maintain an extremely flexible and adaptable mentality in order to educate and interact with students in every grade level.
  • Performed all duties of an elementary teacher, including grade level meetings, interventions, and professional days.
  • Collaborate with grade level team members to create lesson plans for alternative high school students with learning disabilities.
  • Implemented lesson plans and taught course materials for math and English classes to students in grade levels K-6.
  • Performed daily teaching duties in a number of various fields, working with a variety of grade levels.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for PSSA Language Arts and Physical Education at the 9-12 grade level.
  • Worked closely with grade level partner to create schedules, pacing, lessons and special unit activities.
  • Tasked with working one on one with students to help them complete current grade level classroom curriculum.

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9. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented lessons for Social Studies United States History curriculum.
  • Develop creative Social Studies lessons for two self contained Cognitively Impaired classrooms
  • Plan, implement, and differentiate lessons for grades fifth through eighth in life skills, science, and social studies.
  • Developed short and long-term lesson plans for range of subjects, but predominantly social studies, English, and government classes.
  • Constructed and conducted lessons for three levels of social studies education: Economics, United States History, and World Cultures.
  • Planned, implemented, and evaluated unit and lesson plans for fourth and fifth grade science and social studies classes.
  • Designed differentiated, standards based lessons and assessments for reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
  • Provided age appropriate instruction for core curriculum subjects: Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Designed differentiated instruction for Social Studies coursework: African American History, US History, World History, and Economics.
  • Worked with 7th graders in helping them understand materials in Social Studies, Math, Science, Reading, Writing.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for fourth grade students in reading, writing, spelling, math and social studies.
  • Designed and executed lesson plans in Algebra I & II, Technical Math I & II, and Social Studies.
  • Instructed students in various subjects, such as Social Studies, Math, Science, ELA, Technology and Art.
  • Employed Indiana Social Studies Standards, Common Core Standards, and student data to guide instruction and create learning objectives.
  • Create and deliver curriculum aligned with MA Frameworks for 7th grade science & social studies and 8th grade math.
  • Designed and taught lessons in math, science, social studies, and reading in a 1st grade classroom.
  • Teach and grade fourth grade students in reading, math, social studies and science as a long-term substitute.
  • Planned and taught lessons in technology as it relates to math, reading, science, and social studies.
  • Educate fundamental social block (Math, Science, English, and Social Studies) and reading program.
  • Substituted in classes from Social Studies, Science, Reading and most commonly, Physical Education and Algebra.

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10. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Helped implement a general education curriculum for special needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Communicated with TEAM members regarding special needs modifications, classroom activities, and implementation of differentiated lessons.
  • Worked collaboratively with a special education teacher to provide special needs students typically developing peer models.
  • Attended Individualized Education Program meetings to develop accommodations for students with special needs.
  • Created specialized learning accommodations for special needs students in cooperation with other departments.
  • Worked with students with special needs toward mastery of individualized learning objectives.
  • Facilitated learning and lesson modification for students with special needs.
  • Provided additional methods and explanations for special needs students.
  • Implemented district and individual education educational plans to children with special needs, provided one to one guided lessons as necessary.
  • Identified and modified instruction resources to meet the needs of students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
  • Planned and taught twenty- five third graders all academic subjects along with six special needs students in the least restrictive environment.
  • Teach life skills and educational materials to special needs children based on their current IEP's, then record data.
  • Assisted as directed by certified staff in the effort to successfully maintain students with special needs in an integrated setting.
  • Created and implemented teacher lesson plans for the students with special needs generating strategies to help facilitate the learning.
  • Assisted special needs students in the Redirection Program at the Freshman Campus for the full school year.
  • Managed and facilitate classroom activities and behavior for a learning resource room for students with special needs.
  • Worked with specialists & teachers aides to create suitable activities and assessments for students with special needs.
  • Worked with the general education teacher to create a classroom environment beneficial to students with special needs.
  • Worked as the building sub for a year rotating through mainstream, gifted and special needs classrooms.
  • Managed a classroom of 30 students including 5 special needs children with the assistant of 2 aids.

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11. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare students for acceleration to Kindergarten through letter recognition, number recognition and age appropriate instruction.
  • Planned and prepared lessons following corporation curriculum map and Indiana Common Core standards for kindergarten instruction.
  • Collaborated with special education teacher for students who mainstreamed completely into the full-day kindergarten classroom.
  • Completed midterms, report cards and held parent teacher conferences - Administered incoming Kindergarten Assessments
  • Developed and implemented engaging lesson plans to prepare students for kindergarten and further education.
  • Provided instruction in all subject areas, using effective research-based strategies for Kindergarten students.
  • Collaborate with Kindergarten Team for effective instructional strategies consistent with Common Core Standards.
  • Created and organized beginning year curriculum for Kindergarten students.
  • Substituted elementary classrooms ranging from kindergarten to sixth grade.
  • Implemented kindergarten curriculum in all areas of study.
  • Implemented daily curriculum for kindergarten students.
  • Administered and scored Kindergarten screening assessments.
  • Performed essential classroom duties at the Kindergarten grade level while assessing, implementing district adapted curriculum, and participating in MRI.
  • Provided instruction to students from Kindergarten to Grade 5 for more than eight long-term assignments of 3 months or more.
  • Collaborated with the Kindergarten team to review weekly lessons, data collection, changes in curriculum, and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Teach ELL students in Kindergarten in all the domains of ESL: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
  • Substitute teacher in a.m. Resource room for Kindergarten - First Grade, and in the Early Childhood Special Education classroom.
  • Created and taught lessons students in the Life Skills classroom as well as Kindergarten and 1st grade classrooms.
  • Planned all lessons to follow Kindergarten grade level curriculum and used various forms of assessments to make adjustments.
  • Planned lessons and activities with regards to Kindergarten scope and sequence to involve all children in learning success.

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12. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated and facilitated four reading groups simultaneously in small groups.
  • Facilitated small groups of differentiated instruction in Mathematics.
  • Tutored students individually or in small groups to reinforce classroom lessons and used follow up learning activities in a resource center.
  • Tutor children individually or in small groups to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Created clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects for small groups for grades 4th, 2nd and Kindergarten.
  • Worked with small groups of struggling readers at the middle school level to improve essential reading skills and strategies.
  • Delivered direct tutor services and assisted children individually or in small groups to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Teach small groups within 3 different kindergarten classes with the chance to work with each student in that class.
  • Utilized small groups and differentiated instruction to meet the individual needs of twelve students in reading and math.
  • Tutor or assist students individually or in small groups to help those master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Take students out of class and form into small groups; teach and document students' progress daily.
  • Helped tutor and worked with students independently, or in small groups, during lunch or after school.
  • Use multiple teaching strategies including direct teaching, small groups, independent work time and differentiated instruction.
  • Offered hands-on tutorial to children individually and in small groups to assist them with difficult subjects.
  • Taught/counseled individuals, small groups, and in whole classroom situations for grades K through 8.
  • Developed and implemented detailed lesson plans and delivered instruction to large and small groups of students.
  • Differentiated instruction in small groups based on ability in reading, spelling, and math.
  • Engaged students through activities designed for large and small groups, as well as individually.
  • Instructed kindergarten through fifth grade students in the subject of reading in small groups.
  • Provide instruction to students in small groups, individually and as a whole class.

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13. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented academic curriculum in language arts.
  • Model and implement Mathematical and Language Arts performance Tasks and analyze student progress, success, and reflect on future tasks.
  • Facilitated learning of Social Studies, Math and English Language Arts for 6th year students using student-centered lessons and activities.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive lesson plans in math, science, social studies, English language arts, and reading.
  • Managed 1st grade classroom teaching Reading, Writing, Phonics, Language Arts, Science, Math and Social Studies.
  • Prepared and taught standards based lessons in language arts, writing, and social studies for third grade students.
  • Planned and taught lessons for four 8th grade Honors English Language Arts classes and one class for struggling students.
  • Increased Social Studies, Math and Language Arts Benchmark Assessment testing score an average of 10 points per students.
  • Provided a curriculum that entailed language arts, science, and educational plans for mild to severe disability students.
  • School Publications, 9th-Grade Language Arts, 8th-grade Reading (Placement for Beginning Field Experience, EDUC 251)
  • Planned and implemented lessons in the areas of Language Arts, Reading, Math, and Social Studies.
  • Monitored and recorded behavior and instructed students in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Licensed to teach in the classroom long term for Middle Childhood Language Arts and Reading, grades 4-9.
  • Collect and analyze data in the area of Language Arts for year one of the Resident Educator Program.
  • Instruct students in a variety of subjects such as math, reading, language arts, and science.
  • Prepared and taught daily lessons including math, language arts, reading, world history and science in Classical
  • Prepared lessons 9th and 10th grade ELA inclusion classes to meet New York State English Language Arts Standards.
  • Leverage prior training in English Education to step into permanent substitute teacher role for language arts topics.
  • Planned and taught lessons for integrated language arts classroom including reading instruction, word study and writing.
  • Created a positive learning environment for an eighth-grade Language Arts class while following strict state curriculum guidelines.

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14. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained confidential information between staff members and students.
  • Cooperated with other professional staff members.
  • Developed collaborative relationships with staff members.
  • Communicate effectively with other staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members to place students in appropriate groups and created lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Worked with a variety of staff members as a team to improve each student's education.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan & schedule lessons promoting learning & student engagement.
  • Worked with guidance specialists, staff members and parents to assist students with specific needs.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to implement writing workshop into three different 1st grade classrooms.
  • Participated in weekly third grade team meetings and built positive relationships with staff members.
  • Meet daily planning schedules, and maintain open communications with parents and other staff members
  • Followed a specific curriculum and provided timely feedback to parents and other staff members.
  • Facilitated communications among students, parents, colleagues, and various staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members to provide students with effective strategies for various subjects.
  • Worked collaboratively with other staff members to achieve goals with a common purpose.
  • Handled all concerns expeditiously and refer to staff members for assistance if needed.
  • Conferred with staff members and parents on student development and progress reporting.
  • Worked cooperatively with team member as well as special education staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to further develop curriculum and other issues.
  • Work with other teachers and staff members during assemblies and grading.

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15. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Club Facilitator - Actively served on a variety of after school programs focused on daily curriculum development, textbook review
  • Attended weekly staff meetings, assisted in curriculum development in addition to attending professional development workshops.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on a curriculum development project to increase cross curriculum activities and assignments.
  • Gained experience in curriculum development and classroom management while collaborating with veteran teachers.
  • Assisted math department chairperson with creation of curriculum development and instruction procedures.
  • Prepared and implemented curriculum developmentally appropriate for each student.
  • Participated in the integrated science curriculum development.
  • Participated in curriculum development programs as required
  • Participated in curriculum development projects.
  • Participated in curriculum development and implementation at the school site and on a district level.

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16. Report Cards

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Here's how Report Cards is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Monitor student ability levels, prepared report cards and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Administered data collection and quarterly assessments for report cards.
  • Prepared quarterly report cards and conducted Parent/Teacher Conferences.
  • Implemented end-of-year assessments and completed report cards.
  • Prepared descriptive report cards and personalized evaluations.
  • Assumed all regular teaching responsibilities, such as lesson planning, participation in staff meetings, and writing report cards.
  • Performed all aspects of permanent teacher, including report cards, parent communication, lesson plans and professional development workshops.
  • Developed lesson plans, attended meetings, prepared report cards, administered test preparation, meet with parents for conferences.
  • Planned weekly curriculum, met with parents as needed and conducted parent conferences after completing report cards for each student.
  • Evaluated academic success and failures, social growth of each student, kept appropriate records, and prepared report cards
  • Participated in day to day activities including: assessing student progress, completing report cards, and lunch/recess duty.
  • Maintained the grade book for each student then used data to finalize the end of the year report cards.
  • Maintained requisite documentation including: report cards, weekly and monthly reports as well as year-end discharge summaries.
  • Planned all instruction, set schedules, did report cards and conferences, and kept students' portfolios.
  • Used Data Zone, progress monitoring, and standard based report cards to document students' progress.
  • Learned and became familiar with all aspects of Synergy for grading, progress reports and report cards.
  • Communicated successfully with parents and other staff through newsletters, email, phone calls and report cards.
  • Filled out report cards for end of first trimester, as well as parent teacher conferences.
  • Provided progress reports, conducted parent teacher conference, and assigned grades for report cards !
  • Prepared tests, progress reports, report cards and various other reports required by administration.

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17. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities and used technology application.
  • Incorporated computer based, interactive learning programs into the daily class activities as a means to reinforce instructed lead lessons.
  • Developed lesson plans and class activities to execute the curriculum in both a timely and effective manner.
  • Executed grading and recording of class activities, quizzes and exams.
  • Graded students and created lesson plans for class activities.
  • Assumed classroom duties for a six month period with responsibility for lesson plans, class activities, tests/grading and parent/teacher meetings.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.Prepare, administer, and grade tests and assignments to evaluate students'progress.
  • Supervised Class Activities - Monitored Students During Class Changes - Middle & High School Students - Responsible For Calculating and Entering Grades

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18. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Developed innovative approaches that were helpful standard for meeting district needs with experiential learning, literacy and diversity.
  • Developed innovative approaches including technology integration across the curriculum, experiential learning, literacy and diversity.
  • Collaborated with the Literacy Specialist and Primary Special Education Teacher in a co-teaching classroom.
  • Facilitate balanced literacy that combines critical thinking, interactive exercises and cooperative learning.
  • Completed ongoing individual student assessments (PALS - Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening).
  • Provided need-based literacy skills acquisition to a variety of reading groups.
  • Attended professional development courses on Bridging, Literacy and Curriculum Mapping.
  • Utilized a Balanced Literacy Framework for reading and writing instruction.
  • Served as Student Leadership and College Preparation Literacy long-term substitute.
  • Prepared literacy-based learning centers using a Balanced Literacy Program.
  • Demonstrated knowledge in literacy and numeracy intervention programs.
  • Created and fostered a child-centered, literacy-rich environment.
  • Experience with Achieve3000 differentiated online instructional literacy tool.
  • Created literacy activity and participated in school-wide Literacy Night
  • Designed and implemented workstations for literacy instruction.
  • Accepted into graduated intern literacy program.
  • Plan, Prepare and deliver instruction that introduces a broad range of subjects and develop students' numeracy and literacy skills.
  • Collaborated with the first grade team, principal, ELL teachers, SPED teachers, OT specialists, and Literacy teachers.
  • Develop and plan effective lesson plans that focus on information literacy while supporting the Virginia standards of learning and NNPS curricula.
  • Provided one-on-one support in literacy and math for students who were not progressing at the same rate of other students.

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19. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and executed units in all subject areas as well as provided intervention and extension activities while differentiating instruction.
  • Developed and implemented student-centered lessons in all subject areas for diversity special and regular education students.
  • Customized and prepared course materials for multiple subject areas, including technology.
  • Facilitated learning across all subject areas.
  • Created daily lesson plans for core subject areas using a variety of techniques including hands on, peer-partner and group activities.
  • Prepare and deliver daily lessons to students in six classes for geometry, algebra, science and language arts subject areas.
  • Implemented appropriate lesson plans for all subject areas and assume the responsibilities for instructing classes when a teacher is absent.
  • Experienced Substitute Teacher and Para Educator in multiple subject areas, specializing in math and also science and physical education.
  • Collaborated with the special education teacher to create lesson plans, which used differentiated instruction in all subject areas.
  • Planned lessons and educated approximately 150 students in the subject areas of Geometry and Algebra 2 (Pre-AP).
  • Developed and implemented student-centered lessons in all subject areas for a diverse group of 2nd grade regular education students.
  • Designed and facilitated lesson plans and activities in all subject areas after planning with other 5th grade teachers.
  • Introduced students to all subject areas, including math, science, language arts, and social studies.
  • Develop lesson plans to support the given curriculum in all main subject areas, particularly ELA and Math.
  • Lead teaching and discussion in all core subject areas including: music, art and physical education.
  • Maintained a self-contained classroom and taught all subject areas, except for Science (team teaching).
  • Facilitated enhanced learning in various subject areas and grade levels ensuring the highest levels of student achievement.
  • Fill in for teachers and office personnel who are off for any reason in all subject areas.
  • Provided instruction in all core subject areas based on outlined district curriculum or permanent teacher lesson plans.
  • Provide continuity of instruction, both verbally and in writing, in various subject areas within LCPS.

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20. Physical Education

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Here's how Physical Education is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Worked in elementary and secondary special education, supervisory para-professional, instructional para-professional and physical education positions.
  • Develop and execute physical education and health lesson plans to maximize student participation using restricted facilities.
  • Delivered physical education lessons to students with a variety of disabilities and learning styles.
  • Develop a curriculum that satisfies California State requirements for physical education.
  • Implemented physical education curriculum involving soccer and student fitness.
  • Program into the student s regular physical education curriculum.
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate physical education lessons.
  • Assessed and reviewed students competency in Physical Education.
  • Position: Physical Education, Special Education Teacher
  • Facilitated the Physical Education curriculum.
  • Created rubrics and checklists to submit 2nd grade National Assessments for Physical Education Standards for the Ohio Department of Education.
  • Served as the Physical Education teacher at Long Branch Elementary School while permanent teacher was out on medical leave.
  • Controlled, maintained, kept account, and assisted with the physicality of fitness of all students during physical education
  • Instructed a cooking, physical education, and homework club after school for two hours, twice a week.
  • Instructed and prepared course materials for Independent Reading and Physical Education courses for 2 weeks until teacher returned.
  • Teach physical education to diverse students with various developmental learning stages, following DPS Physical Education content standards.
  • Instructed English for Success and Physical Education courses for 3 weeks for a teacher on medical leave.
  • Developed and implemented Physical Education Curricula; as well as Health Education Curricula to Students Grades 7-9.
  • Utilized planning and leading skills to teach physical education units and correlating lessons within a PreK-8 school.
  • Teach physical education lessons that strengthen balance, coordination, agility, and fine/gross motor skill development.

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21. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented lessons in alignment with state standards including differentiation to address different learning styles.
  • Implemented and differentiated developmentally appropriate lesson plans that aligned with the Common Core State Standards.
  • Followed Indiana State Standards which designed and communicated educational content for student success.
  • Designed differentiated curriculum in accordance with state standards and Individual Educational Plans.
  • Implemented grade-appropriate instruction in accordance with Common Core State Standards.
  • Delivered English curriculum based on Florida Sunshine State Standards.
  • Worked with two master teachers to develop and implement lesson plans structured around state standards for sixth and eighth grade students.
  • Designed and implemented summer physics lessons for groups of varying skill levels based on the Common Core State Standards, 2010.
  • Created lesson plans that instructed and guided students according to their developmental needs and in accordance with district and state standards.
  • Create lesson plans for various subjects and academic grades according to State Standards and Procedures while maintaining an appropriate learning environment.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans that followed the school's language arts: writing curriculum and the Common Core State Standards.
  • Instructed lessons with RTI groups, reading groups, math groups, whole group math based on Curriculum and State Standards.
  • Implement curriculum within the CA State Standards-Facilitate the learning environment of the classroom-Accountable for all students present-Conduct lesson plan of primary teacher
  • Updated curriculum for 7th & 8th grade FCS, High School Foods and Independent Living/Child Development classes to meet state standards.
  • Developed lessons and instructed 4th Grade students in the areas of Math, Science, and Reading according to state standards.
  • Created engaging lessons aligned with state standards; planned whole-group and small-group activities focusing on academic content and social skills.
  • Implemented and followed lesson plans in accordance to the Ohio State Standards in the areas of Reading and Language Arts.
  • Planned and implemented lessons, Followed Core State Standards, Managed students, Scheduled parent conferences, Planned 5th grade continuation
  • Teach all basic subject areas based on district curriculum and Arizona state standards to a class of 30 students.
  • Created and implanted lessons in line with state standards, administered exams, kept track of online grade book.

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22. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed literature units aimed at developing students' higher-order thinking skills and encourage and supervise silent reading.
  • Facilitated class discussions of literature, utilizing a range of strategies to promote student engagement and accountability.
  • Instituted centers allowing students to alternate between activities addressing literature, fractions/decimals, and other subjects.
  • Polished concert band literature and made necessary instrument repairs.
  • Developed and implemented literature circle for all student levels.
  • Developed discussion questions and other materials for Literature Circles.
  • Incorporated student-directed Literature Circles for Reading.
  • Created and implemented writing and literature lessons, and incorporated activities, performance assessments, and tests, which I graded.
  • Teach content and skills in English language, literature, composition, reading to middle school students, utilizing curriculum.
  • Planned and taught lessons for 4 sections of Spanish II Honors and AP Spanish Literature; 80 students total.
  • Designed and taught lessons for English 9 A.P., 10, and 12: Creative Writing/Film and Literature.
  • Completed a 12-week experience teaching British Literature, grade 11, and CreativeWriting, grades 11 and 12.
  • Critiqued and edited student work in American and world literature, creative writing, and public speaking.
  • Accepted a long term substitute position at Crane Middle School in 2008 for 8th grade English Literature.
  • Lead instruction in various subjects including Math, History, Social Studies, Literature and Science
  • Provided students with the necessary skills to appreciate and analyze literature across various genres.
  • Designed and implemented AP Literature and AP Language courses for Friendship Collegiate Academy.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to create lessons for a new film and literature class.
  • Planned and implemented daily lessons for English and Literature for 6th grade students.
  • Created writing projects for AP Language and Composition and Academic American Literature students.

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23. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Created hands-on activities to create greater understanding of difficult biology and chemistry concepts.
  • Prepared course objectives, along with outlines for course of studies in Biology, Environmental Science II, and Botany.
  • Instructed seven sections (4 General & 3 Honors) of 9th grade Biology classes, 138 students daily.
  • Instructed 8th grade students in the basic areas of science including: chemistry, biology, weather, and physics
  • Provided online tutoring for a few, on-level or advanced students in preparation for the EOC test in biology.
  • Instructed curriculum for 9th grade General Biology, Advanced Environmental Science, and Honors Human Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Developed lesson plans and taught classes in Biology and General Science for high schools students grades 10-12.
  • Adapted to various long-term teacher absences in Algebra, Biology, Writing Labs, Alternative Education & more
  • Worked closely with other biology faculty to coordinate and develop lesson plans and supervise in-class lab activities.
  • Instructed 170 plus students in grades 9-12 in the course areas of Biology and Forensic Science.
  • Instructed Biology and Math through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations to students in grades 9-12.
  • Prepared the students for the EOC test in Biology through the creation of various study guides.
  • Provided a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities for biology.
  • Created grade appropriate projects and assignments for Social Studies and Biology students in grades 9-11.
  • Started the school year teaching Biology, AP Biology, and Anatomy to 9-12th graders.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for 9th grade Biology and 10th grade Chemistry classes.
  • Prepare and implement lessons for The Living Environment-Biology as well as Forensic Science.
  • Instructed two levels of biology with 5 sections of diverse, underclassmen students.
  • Substitute teacher for 10th grade biology and 12th grade environmental science courses
  • Formed and executed lesson plans for 6th grade Biology and History.

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24. Geometry

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Here's how Geometry is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Generated weekly lesson plans and delivered instruction in the self-contained geometry classroom.
  • Assumed responsibility for four high school calculus and geometry classes
  • Created geometry curriculum for the self-contained classroom.
  • Completed year-long assignment in Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Skilled in developing lesson plans that align with content standards in Algebra I and Geometry.
  • Generated and implemented my own lesson plans for Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2
  • Created coursework for up to one hundred twenty students for Algebra 2 and Geometry.
  • Facilitate online Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, & Geometry courses and testing for students.
  • Provided daily instruction and materials to Algebra and Geometry students at an inner-city high school
  • Delivered daily lessons in Pre-Algebra and Geometry for 75 students in grades 9-10.
  • Designed an intervention curriculum to supplement student work in Algebra I and Geometry.
  • Designed unit outlines and test for Geometry and unit outlines for Math 2.
  • Assisted intervention students with additional support in Algebra I and Geometry classes.
  • Prepared students for the geometry SOL by conducting rigorous math workshops.
  • Instruct ninth grade Algebra and upper-class Geometry in a long-term position.
  • Teach two mathematical sections, including basic Algebra and Geometry.
  • Instructed multiple long-term assignments as an Algebra and Geometry Teacher.
  • Prepare and teach lessons in Geometry.
  • Coordinate Algebra and Geometry at Mt.
  • Participated in collaborative planning for geometry and precalculus, and individual planning for calculus.

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25. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed and assessed 25 second grade students, teaching all core subjects in a general education classroom setting.
  • Work 1:1, 1:2 with students receiving special services in core subjects based upon their Individualized Education Plans.
  • Developed lesson plans and daily routines instructed by the previous teacher in all four core subjects.
  • Instructed core subjects to eighteen 5th grade students in a general classroom setting.
  • Remained available for long term substitution needs in various core subjects.
  • Designed lesson plans for core subjects: Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies and Health.
  • Integrated differentiated learning, multiple intelligences, and core subjects in art lessons.
  • teach second grade core subjects.

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26. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Constructed positive relationships with fellow kinder colleagues and school faculty participating as an active team member.
  • Fostered positive relationships with parents and maintained contact to ensure student success.
  • Maintained positive relationships and communication with staff, and other interested parties.
  • Included families creating positive relationships that supported a home/school connection.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents and students through frequent communication.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues in order to provide the most effective instruction to the students.
  • Utilize a range of strategies to promote positive relationships, cooperation, and purposeful learning in the classroom.
  • Developed positive relationships with students, faculty, and parents to support the learning environment.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers & school administrators.
  • Fostered positive relationships with students in order to increase motivation and trust.
  • Created and maintained positive relationships with individuals, teams, and departments.
  • Developed positive relationships with teachers, parents, and students.
  • Build positive relationships with students, staff, and administrators.
  • Demonstrate positive relationships with students, staff and parents.
  • Establish positive relationships with students and staff.
  • Key Contributions: * Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Established positive relationships with colleagues, administrators, students and parents.
  • Oversee SBAC testing Chaperoned Nature's Classroom Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and administrators/staff.

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27. K-12

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Here's how K-12 is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Direct instruction K-12 Special Education and Computer Technology
  • Evaluated student's performance (K-12), assessed grades, and organized dance performances for families to come watch.
  • Worked with a teaching team and instructors assistants to foster a safe and nurturing learning environment for K-12th grade children.
  • Managed and directed classroom activities for all grades K-12, including testing, evaluating, lesson planning, and implementation.
  • Focus has been in the K-12 art classroom and special education areas involving severe to mild mental and physical disabilities.
  • Engaged students about their learning in any subject requiring coverage on occasional single-day substitute opportunities throughout all grades K-12.
  • Provided academic instruction to struggling students at the educational level K-12th grade while the students' teacher was absent.
  • Instructed school children, K-12, in an underprivileged inner-city school district, located in the Cleveland Metro area.
  • Managed classroom coverage of K-12 grade classes; assume all responsibilities of regular classroom teacher, including professional development.
  • School and Classroom Initiatives and strategies:Carried out teacher lessons for grades K-12 that helped encourage students.
  • Filled in for teachers in grades K-12 (including title one and Para-educators) while they were out.
  • Developed independent lesson plans and followed lesson plans provided by other teachers in all classes K-12 in CMSD.
  • Dedicated and reliable K-12 teacher, with a passion for quality education and student and school success.
  • Carry out teacher's educational lesson plans in their absence for students K-12; regarding all subjects.
  • Provided instruction and managed the learning environment in the absence of teachers in grades K-12.
  • Supervised the safety and behavior of various classroom sizes ranging from 24-45, K-12th grade.
  • Substitute teacher for elementary, secondary, and special education classes, grades K-12.
  • Provide quality instruction while the regular teacher is absent for all different grades K-12.
  • Used for 75% of available school days for K-12 and Special Education.
  • Teach Journalism, Language Arts, Health and other subjects to K-12 classes.

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28. Co-Taught

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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Modified assignments and accommodated students who were Learning Disabled in co-taught classes.
  • Worked with Special Education teacher to adapt lesson plans for Co-taught classroom.
  • Planned and Co-taught detailed lessons for AMSTI Science and V-Math lessons.
  • Worked as a Fifth Grade Math Teacher in a co-taught setting
  • Assumed all teaching responsibilities for Honors English 9 in an interdisciplinary World Civilizations course (co-taught with a World History teacher)
  • Planned lessons and co-taught in reading, English, and pre-algebra.
  • Co-planned and co-taught preschool curriculum in a multiage classroom setting.
  • Plan prepare and deliver quality lessons Creates positive climate for students Co-taught with special educator
  • Designed unit lesson plans aligned with common core standards Assessed district writing assignments Co-taught nd

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29. Faculty Meetings

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Here's how Faculty Meetings is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Attended and participated in faculty meetings, grade level meetings, parent-teacher conferences and professional development days.
  • Displayed dedication to professional growth and development by attending multiple in-services and faculty meetings.
  • Participated in all faculty meetings, department meetings, and professional development sessions.
  • Attended weekly faculty meetings to update administration on student and classroom performance.
  • Coordinate with other professional staff members and participate in faculty meetings.
  • Participated in and attended grade-level and school faculty meetings.
  • Attended and participated in special education and faculty meetings.
  • Attended regular faculty meetings; collaborate with other teacher
  • Contributed in educational conferences/workshops and faculty meetings.
  • Collaborated with staff and attended faculty meetings.
  • Attend faculty meetings and professional development sessions.
  • Participated in teacher conferences and faculty meetings.
  • Conducted parent conferences and attended faculty meetings.
  • Attended monthly faculty meetings with the school administration to discuss and offer input on upcoming events around the school and district.
  • Attended and participated in faculty meetings, department meetings, parent conferences, child study meetings, and PPT meetings.
  • Functioned as an asset to the house team, attending all faculty meetings and promoting the Expeditionary Learning model.
  • Participated in faculty meetings, and beginning of the year curriculum night, and Specials night.
  • Participated in faculty meetings, Professional Development In-services, and the Daniel s Teacher Evaluation Framework.
  • Attended open-houses, faculty meetings, and participated on the social committee.
  • Participated in faculty meetings and teacher development (in-service) meetings.

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30. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted Responsive Classroom teaching strategies*Prepared and implemented lesson plans*Facilitated Parent-Teacher conferences
  • Planned and facilitated parent-teacher conferences to provide updates to parents on their children's academic performance.
  • Fostered productive relationships with parents by maintaining communication through e-mail, phone, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Established a rapport with parents by holding parent-teacher conferences and composing weekly newsletters.
  • Guided children through curriculum and provided assessments, parent-teacher conferences and progress reports.
  • Communicated with parents on a daily basis and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Documented individual progress reports that were shared during parent-teacher conferences.
  • General teaching duties including long-range planning and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Facilitated parent-teacher conferences, providing written materials as required.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences and communicated with parents regularly.
  • Participated in departmental planning and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attend In-Service Meetings Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Planned and executed student-parent-teacher conferences.
  • Facilitated student led Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Scheduled and held Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Participate in weekly Parent-Teacher conferences.
  • Advised parents during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted mid-marking period Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Provide Parent-Teacher Conferences in the fall, and a weekly newsletter of classroom events including academic and non-academic points of interest.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, advising parents on their child s progress and suggested how to best reinforce education.

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31. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Designed lessons to use in a pull-out ESL program that would supplement and review topics/information presented in students' mainstream classrooms.
  • Utilized academic standards designed for ESL and regular education classrooms to construct long and short-term goals, units and lessons.
  • Collaborated with ELL students and teachers to provide correct instruction to my students within the ESL World History class.
  • Provided modified lessons for ESL students from China, India, Korea, Mexico, and Ukraine.
  • Assisted English as a Second Language (ESL) students with the English language used in classroom.
  • Summer School Teacher- Responsibilities included teaching ESL students during the summer session to reinforce their English skills.
  • Worked with ESL and Special Education teachers to provide differentiated instruction for students in these programs.
  • Teach ESL grammar and phonology, so students can spell and write well.
  • Assigned a 10th grade ESL English course as a long term assignment.
  • Covered an ESL class teaching children from K8 grade.
  • Worked collaboratively with ESL teacher in all student work.
  • Tutored foreign students in ESL at Harvard University.
  • Implemented intervention programs for ESL and LD students.
  • Followed the District curriculum for Beginning ESL.
  • Proctored ELA and math exams for ESL Students
  • Developed & taught lesson plans in Health, English, and English as a second language (ESL).
  • Proctored the 2015 NYS ELA, NYS MATH, NYSESLAT exam.
  • Worked with ESL students grades K - 5.
  • Acted as ESL Teacher on school LPAC Committee.
  • Obtained a differentiated Reading Street program to use with ESL newcomers to the country.

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32. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured that all classroom practices and instructional techniques were aligned with the Worcester Public Schools curricula and Massachusetts State Frameworks.
  • Support the mission, vision, and core values of Aspire Public Schools.
  • Designed art lessons based on Trumbull Public Schools Visual Arts Curriculum.
  • Follow Lawrence Public Schools policies and procedures.
  • Substitute teacher for Suffolk Public Schools.2010-2011
  • Attended professional development provide by Harford County Public Schools.
  • Substitute for all of Wythe County's public schools including guidance and the administrative offices.
  • Served as full time Elementary Library/media specialist for grades K-4 in two public schools.

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33. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Created PowerPoint presentations as well as other audio/visual tools to heighten student interaction
  • Created detailed PowerPoint presentations for a more visual learning experience.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations to enrich course material.
  • Utilized technology, including interactive PowerPoint presentations.
  • Utilized various software including Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and online resources to generate lectures and assignments.
  • Utilized learning technology, such as the Smart Board and PowerPoint presentations, in the planning and delivery of lessons.
  • Developed creative lesson plans and standardized testing to meet the diversity of students with MS PowerPoint and MS Excel 2007.
  • Demonstrated attention to detail by designing PowerPoint and SmartBoard slides, lesson activities, and assessments for different units.
  • Used and taught students how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Spreadsheet and PowerPoint.
  • Created and presented PowerPoint presentations daily to students in grades 9-12 in a classroom setting.
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations on people around the world who have made a positive impact.
  • Utilize available classroom technology, such as PowerPoint, in-class computers, and projector.
  • Used Smart Boards and Microsoft PowerPoint effectively to engage students in learning.
  • Maintained grades in OptionC software, utilizes Microsoft Word/PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Integrated various forms of technology including powerpoint presentations and educational websites.
  • Implemented technology, such as document cameras, PowerPoints, Prezis, and videos to enhance student understanding and learning.
  • Experience with programs such as Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
  • Used Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint in daily lessons.
  • Create teacher resources and custom student lessons using Powerpoint.
  • Varied instruction approach daily-often used Powerpoint and Prezi presentations.

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34. Subject Matter

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Here's how Subject Matter is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Served as subject matter expert with utilizing advanced knowledge in educational programs and developmental services.
  • Designed plans focused on age and level-appropriate material that encouraged hands-on exploration of subject matter.
  • Followed established curriculum in all subject matters.
  • Present subject matter to student under the direction and guidance of teachers, using lectures, discussions or supervised role-playing methods.
  • Instructed pupils in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administration regulations and procedures of the school district.
  • Prepared teaching outline for course of study, lecture, demonstrate and use teaching aids to present subject matter to class.
  • Incorporated multiple learning styles within every lesson planning to ensure mastery of subject matter would occur for all students.
  • Created different ways for the students to learn how to approach subject matter relevant to everyday life.
  • Create daily lesson plans to fit benchmarks for a variety of subject matters for 1st graders.
  • Managed and instructed, 31 fourth grade students; prepared lesson plans in various subject matter.
  • Ensured that all subject matter was effectively communicated and understood by all groups of students.
  • Present subject matter to students under using lectures, discussions, or supervised role-playing methods.
  • Created and implemented projects and activities to enhanced students' understanding of subject matter.
  • Developed quizzes, tests and semester exams for the two different classrooms subject matter.
  • Set up tutoring sessions for students with difficulty handling subject matter.
  • Used audiovisual teaching aids to present subject matter to students.
  • Instructed students in citizenship and basic subject matter.
  • Prepared lesson plans and assisted in developing curriculum Organized core subject matter so that it was accessible to all students
  • Provided differentiated instruction in all subject matters to grades 3 and 4 students in a substantially separate classroom.
  • Developed and created pre and post-assessments to gain perspective of students prior and post knowledge of subject matter.

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35. K-5

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Here's how K-5 is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Teach students in grades K-5, drawing and painting, mixed media, and collage.
  • Created a six-week curriculum of Spanish classes for students in grades K-5.
  • Created and taught art lessons to 500 students in grades K-5.
  • Provided educational instruction and other services to students from grades K-5.
  • Delivered cross curriculum lessons to students in grades K-5.
  • Planned and executed general music lessons for grades K-5.
  • Provided general music K-5 and 5th grade band.
  • Served as school substitute-teacher for grades K-5 occasionally.
  • Served as a substitute teacher for grades K-5.
  • Substitute teacher for grade K-5.
  • Served as Art Teacher for grades K-5.
  • Substitute teacher for PreK-5 throughout district Long-term substitute teacher for S.F.A.

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36. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs and behaviors.
  • Selected and integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction.
  • Follow instructional materials as outline in curriculum.
  • Developed instructional materials, taught lessons.
  • Create lesson plans and instructional materials for individualized and small group instruction while adapting the curriculum for each student.
  • Earned high marks for the quality and dedication of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Adapted the curriculum and made individual plans and instructional materials to meet the needs of each pupil.
  • Modified and adapted instructional materials and strategies for the classroom.
  • Worked with many instructional materials such as Lucy Caulkins Writing, Houghton-Mifflin, Everyday Math, and DRA assessments.
  • Plan and lead chemistry classes with host teacher Create instructional materials to assist and assess students Maintain parent contact and advisement

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37. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained student records and evaluated progression of each individual child to sustain academic expectations and goals.
  • Utilized database and excel for maintaining accurate student records.
  • Maintained accurate student records updated weekly.
  • Recorded student records into grade book and used data to inform instruction; reteach or move forward.
  • Facilitated classes consisting of 25 students, provided assessment and maintained student records.
  • Completed Cumulative Student Records for promotion to 9th grade.
  • Maintain individual student records and lead SPT meetings.
  • Lead classroom teacher Attend professional development workshops on a weekly bases Planned lessons and activities for students Organise student records

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38. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Position: Long-Term Bilingual Pre-Kinder Substitute Teacher- Duties included Teaching Pre-Kinder bilingual students.
  • Developed and implemented thematic units around instructional goals for Pre-K.
  • Substituted for all grade levels ranging from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade and regular education courses as well as special education classrooms
  • Implemented lesson plans daily in a self-contained Preschool/Pre-K classroom for students with an array of disabilities.
  • Substituted for various elementary grades Pre-K, Kindergarten, First, Second, and Third grade.
  • Planned and implement daily lessons for up to 30 Pre-K to 8th graders.
  • Developed and provided grade level appropriate curriculum for grades Pre-K through 12.
  • Followed through with delegated task for students from Pre-K through 12th grade.
  • Assisted in pre-K-12 instructional and recreational activities aligned to state standards.
  • Assessed children and became familiar with CT Pre-K assessment framework.
  • Dedicated substitute teacher for both Pre-K-4 and Kindergarten class.
  • Instructed students at all grade levels Pre-K through 12th grade
  • Used responsive classroom strategies for Pre-K and first grade.
  • Worked with Pre-K-8 students and different ability levels.
  • Substitute teacher for grades Pre-K - 5th grade.
  • Registered instructor for all grades Pre-K through 12.
  • Worked with students in grades Pre-K through 12.
  • Assisted teacher with Pre-K Special Education Students.
  • Licensed to teach Pre-K through adult.
  • Attended Pre-K workshops and district workshops.

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39. RTI

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Here's how RTI is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in team-teaching and supported inter-departmental learning
  • Participated in all Professional Development workshops and meetings to remain current on continuing education such as curriculum, trends and technology.
  • Identified student-learning requirements and fostered an open and nurturing learning environment that motivates students to participate and retain lesson plan principles.
  • Incorporated hands-on strategies and effective behavior management to encourage student learning, enhance participation, and reduce disruptive behavior.
  • Initiated student behavioral plans to improve participation in class and provide motivation to participate more in classroom activities.
  • Increased student motivation, participation, and listening skills by coordinating efforts with Occupational Therapist and Special Educators.
  • Participate in individual/group critiques and administer grades to assignments based on student response/participation as well as their artwork.
  • Coordinated and participated in action plans and Individualized Education Plan conferences for students not meeting grade level standards.
  • Participated in professional development opportunities and collaborated with peers for the purpose of improving quality student outcomes.
  • Attend and participate in meetings with parents/guardians, meetings with collaborating educators, and professional development classes.
  • Maintained supportive relationships with students and families, directing to resources that ensured optimal educational experience.
  • Administered typing tests for the State of California job applicants and issued official typing certification documents.
  • Transformed several non-English speaking children from non-verbal communicators to voluble participants in instruction and class activities.
  • Participated in professional growth and developmental activities including staff meetings, and in-service staff development activities.
  • Participate in meetings and professional development to convey and/or gather information required to improve student achievement.
  • Completed daily reports and/or evaluations to communicate any pertinent information resulting from the day's events.
  • Participated in parent-administration meetings to implement goals that would benefit the child's academic success.
  • Provided supplemental instruction for existing lesson plans while encouraging artistic freedom and pride in artwork.
  • Traveled from class to class supporting Special education students and regular education students.
  • Defined and presented supplemental materials to course to improve students' participation and interaction

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40. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Foster ongoing communication and collaboration with families, through written communication, emails, and phone calls.
  • Communicated with parents through the internet, personal phone calls, school activities, and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Maintained constant communication with parents through two-day conferences, email, phone calls, and interventions.
  • Keep an open line of communication with students' parents through phone calls and face-to-face contact.
  • Communicated with parents on a weekly basis through newsletters, notes, phone calls or e-mail.
  • Informed parents through newsletters, daily/weekly progress notes, phone calls, and emails.
  • Engage in daily home-school communication through a journal, phone calls, and email.
  • Established and parental involvement in students' success through weekly phone calls and emails.
  • Communicated with parents through daily calendars, parent emails and positive phone calls home.
  • Maintained effective communication with parents through newsletters, phone calls and notes home.
  • Conducted daily/weekly phone calls to parents as needed for disciplines updates and successes.
  • Maintained communication with parents via conferences, phone calls, and notes.
  • Communicated with parents through newsletters, phone calls, and conferences.
  • Communicated with parents through phone calls, letters, and emails.
  • Communicate frequently through conferences, phone calls and e-mails.
  • Maintained parental communication on a daily and weekly basis via emails, phone calls and Class Dojo.

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41. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, and communicated theseobjectives to students.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities while monitoring and encouraging the progress of individual students.
  • Instructed students in particular subjects, including social studies* Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Delivered effective instruction by creating clear objectives to students.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.

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42. Regular Basis

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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Administered standardized testing in accordance with division testing practices and assessed the accomplishments of students on a regular basis.
  • Collaborated with colleagues and administration on a regular basis to improve student attendance through student oriented incentive programs
  • Contributed to faculty discussions and educational conferences and workshops on a regular basis
  • Demonstrated flexibility on a regular basis.
  • Maintained and uploaded material to four separate class websites daily, as well as used classroom technology on a regular basis.
  • Collaborated with co-workers, including teaching assistant and speech pathologist, on a regular basis to adapt student education plan.
  • Key Responsibilities: Responsible for classroom facilitation on a regular basis for teachers whom were absent from the classroom.
  • Communicate with parents, school administrators, and social workers regarding student progress on a regular basis.
  • Coordinated and led conferences for parents, as well as fellow instructors on a regular basis.
  • Assessed, tracked, and analyzed student achievement data for students on a regular basis.
  • Assess the accomplishments of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required.
  • Communicated with parents, pupils, other teachers & administrative staff on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents, students, and other teachers on a regular basis.
  • Communicated with parents, and teachers on a regular basis throughout the year.
  • Tested children on a regular basis to measure and ensure their growth.
  • Counseled with colleagues, students, and parents on a regular basis.
  • Consulted with students on regular basis to ensure engaging course material.
  • Conduct appropriate safety and evacuation drills on a regular basis.
  • Evaluated and assessed student progress on a regular basis.
  • Utilized technology in classroom on a regular basis.

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43. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a positive classroom environment that is conductive to nourishing intellectual and social development.
  • Planned and presented instruction which contributed to student's educational and social development.
  • Developed highly-effective working relationships with students, their parents, and staff to drive my student's academic and social development.
  • Crafted and delivered lesson plans designed to meet the academic, intellectual, and social development needs of students.
  • Observed, evaluated, and notated students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Conferred with staff to plan programs designed to promote educational, physical and social development of students.
  • Provide a learning environment conducive for students' academic, personal, and social development.
  • Facilitate lessons which encourage social development, problem solving skills, and language development.
  • Fostered the intellectual and social development of children during their primary and secondary years.
  • Observed and evaluated student's academic, behavior, and social development.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior and social development daily.

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44. Dibels

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Here's how Dibels is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Trained in the Orton-Gillingham program, administered whole grade assessments such as DIBELS & Ekwall-Shanker & co-organized the Reading Challenge Day.
  • Reviewed students 4-Sight and DIBELS scores during grade level meetings to develop materials for instruction during RTI (Intervention time).
  • Assessed students in reading every week using The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS).
  • Administered DIBELS assessment for MOY and EOY benchmark in reading and math for all kindergarten students in class.
  • Assess students using TRC/DIBELS assessments to track students' reading fluency and growth in reading levels.
  • Conducted weekly and monthly reading and math assessments using MAPS and DIBELS assessments.
  • Completed all beginning of the year student assessments including DIBELS and DRA.
  • Used consistent assessment, including DIBELS, to guide instruction.
  • Determined student strengths and weaknesses through DIBELS and teacher observation.
  • Administered DIBELS testing throughout the school year.
  • Administered DIBELS Benchmark Assessment and 4-Sights Tests.
  • Administered and assessed PSI, DRA, DRP, DIBELS and writing prompts.
  • Utilized DIBELS to assess students' reading fluency skills TEACHING EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)
  • Tested for RTI and DIBELS.
  • Performed DIBELS progress monitoring bi-weekly with Title I students and administered End Of Year Benchmark assessments for Grades K-5.
  • Administered Dibels testing to monitor student's reading and fluency.
  • Utilized the Dibels Benchmark Testing to determine student reading levels.
  • Implemented DRA and Dibels testing.
  • Tested students using Think Link, AIMSweb, DIBELS, SAT's, and ARMT.
  • Tested students using the DRA, Dibels, Star Reading, Star Math and Otela assessments.

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45. Permanent Teacher

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Here's how Permanent Teacher is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Hired to teach kids at all girls private school to stay on track until the school found a permanent teacher.
  • Well-versed in implementing plans left by permanent teacher as well as creating engaging, relevant, on-the-spot lessons as needed.
  • Served as a 6th and 7th grade Math teacher for six weeks in the absence of the permanent teacher.
  • Perform duties of the permanent teacher and follow the lesson plans provided by the school office or teacher.
  • Follow lesson plans, left by the permanent teacher, completed substitution report form for the lead teacher.
  • Led open house for the permanent teacher, answering questions for parents and explaining the GATE curriculum.
  • Follow lesson plans left by the permanent teacher and use classroom instructional time appropriately and wisely.
  • Worked very well with the permanent teacher and quickly established a very positive teaching environment.
  • Assumed all instructional activities of the permanent teacher when she went on maternity leave.
  • Designed multiple unit and daily lesson plans based on permanent teacher's desired pace.
  • Followed lesson plans left by permanent teacher, and lesson plans as per curriculum.
  • Manage goals, assessments and grades in the absence of the permanent teacher.
  • Substituted for permanent teachers on a long-term basis in the Lowell School District.
  • Followed lesson plans left by the permanent teacher while making adjustments when needed.
  • Conducted the duties of the permanent teacher by instructing course material students.
  • Create and implement lesson plans in the absence of the permanent teacher.
  • Fulfilled all teacher responsibilities in the absence of the permanent teacher.
  • Performed the entire classroom and administrative duties of a permanent teacher.
  • Perform all duties assigned to the permanent teacher in their absence.
  • Followed curriculum set forth by the school and permanent teacher.

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46. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Contributed useful ideas during weekly PLC meetings
  • Participated in PLC Professional Learning Committees.
  • Developed power-standards in PLC meetings and created growth goals to increase student progress.
  • Team collaboration with PLC meetings and planning of daily and weekly plans/goals.
  • Participated in district training, staff, and PLC meetings.
  • Participated in monthly Professional Learning Communities (PLC).
  • Worked in PLC's writing curriculum and common assessments.
  • Attended PLC meetings to develop Algebra II curriculum.
  • Attend weekly PLC meetings with teaching partner.
  • Attended staff meetings, LLI meetings, and PLCs
  • Perform end of semester parent/teacher conferences Attend building staff meetings Attend bi-weekly PLC (Professional Learning Communities) meetings
  • Completed PLC hours, as well as required staff meeting and inservice training Chaperoned homecoming dance and graduation

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47. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Long Term Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Devised and distributed weekly newsletters containing homework assignments and important reminders and dates.
  • Implemented teacher lesson plans and administered student class work and homework assignments
  • Provide student with timely information and feedback on academic progress in relation to tests, quizzes, and homework assignments.
  • Communicated with parents daily to inform them of daily homework assignments, student progress, and weekly newsletters.
  • Developed lesson plans, homework assignments, tests, and quizzes for five algebra class.
  • Developed, assigned and graded all homework assignments, projects, quizzes and tests.
  • Hold one-on-one sessions with special education students to review class and homework assignments.
  • Administer tests and homework assignments and collect them when they are completed.
  • Grade students on tardiness, class participation, exams and homework assignments.
  • Assigned and graded homework assignments, test, and various projects !
  • Prepare classroom and coursework material, as well as homework assignments.
  • Assisted students in completing homework assignments, and studying for tests/quizzes.
  • Graded homework assignments, projects, quizzes, and exams.
  • Ensured that student's homework assignments were correct and completed.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Long Term Substitute Teacher

Classroom Management21.3%
Lesson Plans17.1%
Curriculum Goals9.9%
Mathematics8.3%
Substitute Teaching6.7%
Student Learning6.4%
IEP4.4%
Grade Level3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Long Term Substitute Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
18.6%
18.6%
2
2
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
14.9%
14.9%
3
3
Curriculum Goals
Curriculum Goals
8.6%
8.6%
4
4
Mathematics
Mathematics
7.2%
7.2%
5
5
Substitute Teaching
Substitute Teaching
5.8%
5.8%
6
6
Student Learning
Student Learning
5.5%
5.5%
7
7
IEP
IEP
3.8%
3.8%
8
8
Grade Level
Grade Level
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Social Studies
Social Studies
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
Special Needs
Special Needs
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
Language Arts
Language Arts
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.6%
1.6%
15
15
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
Report Cards
Report Cards
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Literacy
Literacy
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Subject Areas
Subject Areas
1%
1%
20
20
Physical Education
Physical Education
1%
1%
21
21
State Standards
State Standards
1%
1%
22
22
Literature
Literature
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Biology
Biology
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Geometry
Geometry
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
K-12
K-12
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Co-Taught
Co-Taught
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Faculty Meetings
Faculty Meetings
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Subject Matter
Subject Matter
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
K-5
K-5
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Student Records
Student Records
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Pre-K
Pre-K
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
RTI
RTI
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Social Development
Social Development
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Dibels
Dibels
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Permanent Teacher
Permanent Teacher
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
PLC
PLC
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.3%
0.3%

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