Top Mentor Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Mentor Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Mentor Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.0% of Mentor Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Mentor Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Mentor 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 Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Coached student teachers on useful planning methods, instructional effectiveness, and classroom management in preparation for classroom success upon graduation.
  • Advised student teacher on best practices, curriculum implementation, and classroom management
  • Demonstrated classroom management techniques by modeling positive reinforcement and accountability.
  • Developed, implemented, and facilitated educator workshops on classroom management
  • Mentored new teachers in all areas of curriculum and classroom management
  • Assisted teachers in development of classroom management techniques.
  • Designed and applied classroom management procedures.
  • Worked with student teachers to develop curriculum, classroom management techniques, and pedagogical tools suited for middle school science instruction.
  • Supported first year teachers with lesson planning, classroom management, assessments, organization and anything else they needed help with
  • Involved in the planning of workshops and presenting of elements of instruction and/or classroom management for new teachers entering the district
  • Acted as mentor teacher for new teachers providing technical assistance and support with classroom management and lesson plan development.
  • Provide training for teachers and assistants in classroom management, curriculum implementation, and appropriate early childhood practices.
  • Assist new teachers with classroom routines, instructional strategies, classroom management, and held develop content knowledge.
  • Assist new and experienced teachers in developing effective classroom management and relationship building skills with students and parents.
  • Evaluated student-teacher on teaching performance and classroom management then made adjustments to my instruction as needed.
  • Mentored after school counselors in the areas of classroom management, parent interactions and lesson planning.
  • Asked to teach seminars on classroom management at the ACSI Teacher's Convention in Anaheim.
  • Discussed and advised new teachers on practice, classroom management, assessment design and differentiation.
  • Served as a coach for English Language Arts teachers through modeling instruction and classroom management.
  • Train newly hired staff on school policies, classroom management, child profiles, etc.

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Train new teachers in classroom procedures and curriculum development, while providing quality support to students, teachers and parents.
  • Helped in program and curriculum development as well as teaching 5th grade while the school was first starting.
  • Provided academic instruction to emotionally and behaviorally challenged adolescents; participated in curriculum development
  • Participated in curriculum development planning and implementation
  • Participated in professional development regarding curriculum development.
  • Contributed to diverse educational initiatives including lesson planning, curriculum development, effective classroom management, diversity and successful teaching strategies.

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3. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Identified, selected, and modified instructional materials that met the needs of students with varying learning styles and special needs.
  • Provided extra assistance to students ages 5 - 7, with special needs, such as those with physical disabilities.
  • Work collaboratively with the Special Education teacher to design instruction for students with special needs in the inclusion classes.
  • Provided regular tutoring for students, focusing primarily on those with special needs to improve grades and academic skills.
  • Adapted to the special needs of the students with varying backgrounds and learning styles.
  • Submit referrals for special needs or services through Mental Health and Disability Coordinators.
  • Adhere to all academic and non-academic accommodations for special needs and 504 students.
  • Assisted student teachers with accommodations for special needs and/or language learners.
  • Developed and utilized Individual Education Plans for students with Special Needs.
  • Administered caseload of 18-20 special needs students throughout the year.
  • Assisted special needs students with their programs.
  • Worked with first year special needs teachers.
  • Provided direct supervision and respite care to two twin boys with special needs Participated in crisis prevention and crisis management
  • Encourage and teach life skills to special needs people [18-23 yrs.

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4. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and presented lesson plans, assessed students, and provided individual instruction using up-to-date technology.
  • Reviewed lesson plans, offered recommendations for improvement of format and clarification of aims.
  • Developed and executed lesson plans; and volunteered for individual tutoring and mentoring.
  • Observed and evaluated execution of lesson plans; reviewed and critiqued department curriculum.
  • Organized/implemented instructional lesson plans for 4th grade students in general education.
  • Created engaging lesson plans and prepared activities
  • Create and differentiate lesson plans for both online and offline curriculum for ELL students working at different grade and academic levels.
  • Develop lesson plans and effectively communicate it to them, making sure they grasp and obtain what was being taught.
  • Read and provided feedback on the execution of corps member lesson plans, specifically in the methods of practice.
  • Provide support in development and implementation of lesson plans, assessment, MCAS-Alt, and other related teaching responsibilities.
  • Create literacy lesson plans, assignments, and prepare kindergarten and first grade students for ELA common core standards.
  • Developed lesson plans for teaching reading in the content area and tutored teachers working on their Reading Endorsement.
  • Establish History, English/Language Arts, and Life Skills lesson plans for students in 5th - 12th grades.
  • Planned, organized, developed, and executed lesson plans according to the 5th grade Curriculum Framework.
  • Created, wrote, and conducted lesson plans for student in reading, art and physical education.
  • Developed and taught grade appropriate, hands-on, lesson plans and chaperoned for a variety of field trips
  • Develop and deliver unit and lesson plans for fourth and sixth grade, science, classes.
  • Provided first and second year teachers with coaching and feedback on lesson plans and curriculum implementation.
  • Created student centered inquiry-based lesson plans to accommodate all learners and have students teach the lesson.
  • Gained experience teaching classes of 10-15 children, organizing lesson plans, and communicating with parents.

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5. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Offered Mathematics tutoring for individuals that needed additional assistance.
  • Deliver STEAM-oriented instruction (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) through project-based learning methods.
  • Worked with staff to develop curriculum in the area of Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Generated cross-curricular unit in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Mentored children in the 4th Grade to excel in Reading, Writing and Mathematics
  • Tutored student in Mathematics and co-taught students in weekly kid's club format.
  • Administered multilingual education in History, Mathematics, Foreign Language, English.
  • Mentored first year science and mathematics teachers 1997-Present
  • Assisted students with mathematics and reading lessons.
  • Tutored students in mathematics and sciences substituted for teachers who could not be present for meetings Taught high school physics summer class

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6. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues across multiple grade levels.
  • Review grade level standards, and lesson plan ideas, discuss teaching strategies and lesson planning to reach all students.
  • Mentor teacher for two apprentice literacy teachers and one summer teaching fellow including new teachers at respective grade levels.
  • Represented grade level for Student Intervention Team and assisted teachers in the development and implementation of intervention plans.
  • Acknowledged for having the highest percent of students passing district benchmarks and state test in science grade level.
  • Collaborated with grade level to design and implement thematic units in alignment with Common Core State Standards.
  • Led teachers to prepare 80% of their students to continue to the next grade level.
  • Implement new policy and procedures in my classroom to validate before releasing to grade level teams.
  • Instructed 9-12 grade levels of Algebra I and Algebra II to a class of 30 students.
  • Implement Common Core and Iowa Core standards in my classroom along with grade level teams.
  • Increase the number of students performing at grade level and/or above grade level.
  • Instructed 5th and 6th grade students who were reading below grade level.
  • Attend meetings to represent grade level team in decision making.
  • Selected to lead grade level team in an elementary school.
  • Served as the resident content and grade level expert.
  • Serve as grade level chair on school leadership team.
  • Help third graders prepare for next grade level.
  • Observe lessons in all subjects and grade levels.
  • Mentored students ranging in grade levels from 2nd through 5th Provided assistance with school work, peer-to-peer relationships, and confidence building
  • Led weekly grade level PLCs to develop student-centered activities with the integration of active learning and engagement strategies.

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7. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Hosted a Professional Learning Community to Language Arts teachers as a certified Thinking Maps facilitator/trainer.
  • Served as a trainer in cooperative learning and a language arts mentor teacher providing workshops at the district and state levels.
  • Guided students through the fundamentals of Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science.
  • Create, and implement curriculum incorporating language arts and adolescent literacy 'Common Core' standards.
  • Provide substitute teaching services in English, language arts, speech, history, etc.
  • Provided outstanding instructional planning, delivery and assessment in the area of Language Arts.
  • Conducted various teacher workshops on effective Language Arts strategies.
  • Created and managed after-school Language Arts program.
  • Assisted students in the learning process using Edgenuity on-line curriculum with an emphasis in English/Language Arts.
  • Instructed student intern on language arts best practices and grammar concepts.

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8. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted and analyzed anecdotal notes and observations to assess student learning.
  • Observed instructional strategies used in classrooms and recommended additional strategies and resources to meet the needs of varied student learning styles.
  • Conducted and analyzed anecdotal notes, checklists, and observations to assess student learning as well as to create future lessons.
  • Promote the growth and development of beginning teachers to improve student learning by regularly demonstrating and sharing expertise.
  • Collaborated with peers and other professionals to enhance student learning.
  • Provide positive, collegial feedback after a series of formal and informal observations that leads to improved teaching and student learning.
  • Mentored teaching interns to write and implement lesson plans that incorporated diverse pedagogy to meet all student learning styles.
  • Created weekly social studies student learning material and assessments for the content team.

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9. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated in-class activities and one-on-one mentoring/tutoring
  • Work cooperatively with intervention specialist to modify the general education curricular as necessary, and assisting the student with regular class activities
  • Advocated two-way communication with parents and guardians while regularly keeping families updated on class activities and homework through weekly emails.
  • Improved student attendance and participation in class activities by developing fun and interesting classroom management ideas appropriate to the children.
  • Share responsibility for professional, cooperative staff relations and for out-of-class activities important to operation of school.
  • Collaborate with faculty members on joint-class activities that include programs, extra-curriculum activities, and professional development.

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10. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Served on Social Studies Curriculum Committee and Textbook Selection Committee
  • Provide daily tutoring in areas of English, math, social studies, and science.
  • Provide support and guidance to Social Studies Department teachers.
  • Constructed my own 45 minute lesson for social studies.
  • Focused on teaching social studies and science.
  • Provide individualized feed back both in person as well as electronically for Social Studies and English teachers.
  • Served as teacher advisor for three college students pursuing their social studies teaching certifications.

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11. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Provide reading instruction for small groups of ESL students in the SESLA Summer Academy.
  • Tutored and mentored junior high students and facilitated small groups.
  • Developed strong classroom management that allowed students to work independently while pulling small groups for individual instruction.
  • Supervised large and small groups of elementary school children in various in-door and outdoor educational and recreational related activities
  • Developed curriculum and testing materials to better work with students individually and in small groups while promoting full academic functioning.
  • Developed and implemented hands-on literacy workstations enabling students to work in small groups or independently to practice previously taught skills.

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12. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Presented research-based instruction methods to staff members at site level workshops.
  • Conduct working interviews and train new staff members.
  • Mentored all PI34 staff members specifically to help them renew their teaching licenses over a, usually 5 year period.
  • SCHOOL LEADERSHIP (2013 - 2016) Partnered with administration to assess and screen potential new staff members.
  • Assisted and developed their language, motor skills, and socialization skills Trained new staff members Employee Relations/ HR Procedures
  • Interacted cooperatively with other staff members in the development of cohesive curriculum materials and the establishment of instructional goals.

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13. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Conduct performances and assessment reports, child/program evaluation reports, child Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Participate in Individual Education Plan (IEP) process and other disability related issues as needed.
  • Adhered to policies and administrative guidelines for developing IEP's.
  • Served as NPS Administrator at IEP meetings.
  • Handled IEPS for LAUSD & Burbank School District.
  • Designed & Implemented IEPs for self contained 11th, 12th and Transition students.
  • Develop curriculum pertaining to affective (social/emotional) area for IEP use.
  • Tested students for IEPs using KTEA.
  • Oversee the work and lesson plans of another special education teacher Responsible for supporting the creation and implementation of IEPs

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14. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Coached and assisted them with the use of a variety of instructional materials to enhance the learning environment.
  • Introduced creative instructional materials to meet the learning objectives of the district while promoting learning excitement, individual creativity and self-expression.
  • Develop or modify curriculum and prepare lessons and other instructional materials according to students' achievement and ability levels.
  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Earned commendable ratings on my performance evaluation for high-quality instruction, effective lesson plans, and inclusion of supplemental instructional materials.
  • Differentiate classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that address individualized learning plans within established lesson plans.

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15. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Provided teachers with classroom demonstration lessons and peer coaching sessions based on collaboratively developed thematic literature-based units.
  • Developed lesson plans using literature, games, and idioms to improve students' listening, speaking, and composition skills.
  • Developed the English Literature curriculum for grades 9 through 11.
  • Enhance student engagement for learning elements of grammar, literature, vocabulary, and writing through maintaining collaborative learning classroom environment.
  • Collaborated with teachers to develop American Literature and Media Literacy/Research lesson plans that created a passionate and engaging learning environment.
  • Developed curriculum to instruct approximately 80 students in grade-level reading, writing, grammar, literature, and vocabulary.

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16. Girls

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Here's how Girls is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Served as a mentor for the teenage girls who suffered from adolescent problems.
  • Counseled teenage girls and implemented official camp rules for them.
  • Mentored and counseled many girls throughout the years.
  • Prepared, organized and supervised lessons on life values Regulated one-on-one interaction with at-risk young girls about maturing
  • Master's Degree library & informational science University of Wisconsin: head librarian archer school for girls
  • Head Girls Basketball Coach: I taught young ladies the fundamentals of basketball and how to operate in a team environment.

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17. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum that catered to the children's interests and needs.
  • Developed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Develop and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a therapeutic preschool classroom for children with severe emotional and behavioral disorders.
  • Aided in the creation of developmentally appropriate curriculum and learning outcomes, while taking cultural norms and sensitivity into consideration.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum while promoting and nurturing early childhood development in children ages six weeks to 12 years old
  • Compiled and presented appropriate curriculum to elementary students with learning disabilities, autism, behavior disorders, and emotional disturbances.

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18. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated with parents frequently regarding student behavioral issues, and students' academic progress.
  • Worked closely with students who suffered from learning-disabilities or behavioral issues, that ultimately affected their performance in the classroom.
  • Assist dean with managing behavioral issues, including anger management, detention and conflict resolution.
  • Work in a school age after school classroom of 10 children previously identified with emotional/behavioral issues.

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19. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Mentored first year Master's of Education students who were simultaneously in their first year of teaching in Detroit public schools.
  • Selected from approximately 45,000 applicants nationwide to join a national teacher corps committed to teaching in under-resourced public schools.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to ensure that materials taught align with Maryland Public Schools curriculum.
  • Help develop and create professional ethics using instructional information for newly established Toledo Public Schools Barber Academy.
  • Supervised and facilitated the opening of the Howard County Public Schools Automotive Technology program.
  • Planned and conducted a five-week long Parent-Teacher-Student Communication Study for Boston Public Schools.

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20. Positive Role Model

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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Provide a positive role model for behavioral regular education students.
  • Served as mentor and positive role model for students and encouraged them to behave responsibly and engage in positive activities.
  • Served as a positive role model.

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21. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Attended writing and reading workshops to better assist new teachers with curriculum development to meet state standards.
  • Apply Common Core State Standards and New Jersey's Core Curriculum Content Standards to plans.
  • Designed lessons based on PA state standards and common core standards 6.
  • Solidified a challenging and thorough curriculum using standards-based grading to motivate students to achieve proficiency in all state standards.
  • Developed a highly engaging, academically rigorous curriculum and lessons, aligned with Tennessee State Standards/ Common Core Standards.
  • Collaborated with special education teacher to create differentiated daily lessons that met state standards and individual student needs.

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22. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Volunteer at community events and recreational activities.
  • Created after school programming consisting of recreational activities for up to 30 students.
  • Designed and implemented educational/recreational activities.
  • Experienced child care professional skilled in creating educational and recreational activities to help children aged 2-5 develop behavioral and social skills.
  • Organized, taught, performed and conducted age-appropriate recreational activities to encourage intellectual development in children.
  • Conducted educational and recreational activities * Coordinate and administered school projects * Created and maintained an enthusiastic and stimulating learning environment

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23. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Provided age-appropriate experiential learning, integrating technology into daily activities, and managing multiple concurrent projects.
  • Drafted and developed material for daily activities.
  • Observed and supervised 32 youth in daily activities providing positive reinforcements to effect change in their social behavior and goal setting.
  • Planned and conducted daily activities to meet the social, academic and emotional needs of student.
  • Acted as an advocate, teacher and mentor to client's in their daily activities
  • Coordinated projects and activities with teacher Supervised preschool children during daily activities and safety inside and outside Prepared classroom for children

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24. Professional Growth

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Here's how Professional Growth is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in job-related training and workshops for professional growth.
  • Engage in personal professional growth and demonstrate professional ethics.
  • Conduct professional growth activities and teacher evaluations effectively.
  • Facilitated professional growth workshops for educators.
  • Served as site's New Teacher Mentor and worked closely with new teachers to support and cultivate professional growth.
  • Fostered professional growth through observations of lessons, collaboration, feedback and reflection on the practice of teaching.
  • Promoted personal and professional growth for beginning teachers as a mentor through the APS/UNM Teacher Induction Program
  • Guide new teachers in reflection to identify areas of strength and areas for professional growth.

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25. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Provided one on one assistance to credit recovery and ESL students, helping to increase passing rate conversions.
  • Planned and taught ESL and exam prep lessons to students of varying abilities, ages and nationalities.
  • Work with ESL students and guide them through the learning process of a new language.
  • Trained sixteen undergraduate and graduate student teachers from Lesley and Tufts Universities.
  • Supervised, coached and evaluated graduate school student teachers at Lesley University.
  • Provide feedback for pre-service teachers completing coursework for ESL endorsement.

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26. Constructive Feedback

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Here's how Constructive Feedback is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Completed frequent informal observations to provide teachers with constructive feedback about teaching methods.
  • Modeled rigorous and engaging lessons, co-taught, assisted in planning, and provided each with meaningful and constructive feedback.
  • Mentor teachers across a range of grades by providing them with timely and constructive feedback on classroom instruction.
  • Train student teachers from local community college and 4 year colleges Provide constructive feedback and further teacher reflection support
  • Evaluated student papers provided feedback and constructive feedback to students.
  • Reviewed lesson plans with her and provided constructive feedback.
  • Observed, evaluated, and offered constructive feedback.

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27. Weekly Meetings

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Here's how Weekly Meetings is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Attend weekly meetings; provide introductory art classes for elementary, middle, and high school level students.
  • Supported new teacher through weekly meetings, supportive class visits, and hands-on planning assistance.
  • Attended leadership conferences and weekly meetings to develop school-wide goals and increase student achievement.
  • Group facilitator of weekly meetings, leader in community building and in personal formation.
  • Conduct weekly meetings with 7 paraprofessionals assigned to students on my case load.
  • Provide ongoing encouragement and assistance at weekly meetings throughout teacher's first year.
  • Hold weekly meetings, in person or remotely.
  • Participated in TAP Leadership Team Weekly meetings.
  • Mentor new teachers-Consult, collaborate, and coach new teachers-Identify and support teacher needs-Conduct bi-weekly meetings with mentee
  • Lead weekly meetings and teach coding concepts for a group of 20 students Formulate lesson plan and prepare for meetings Teaching JavaScript

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28. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Served on district Professional Learning Community (PLC) working on secondary Biology curriculum.
  • Co-developed and implemented a teaching/assessment program to remedy the grades crisis that existed in Biology department in Eisenhower.
  • Implemented a creative learning environment for seventh and eighth grade biology students featuring integrated curriculum and the latest computer technologies.
  • Provide classroom instruction to students with standardized course development in Pre-IB Biology, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement Biology.
  • Provide documentation for course and lab criteria as met by students participating in the International Baccalaureate Biology program.
  • Maintained student progress and success projection through frequent evaluations developed by Biology department teachers.

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29. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed spelling tests and PowerPoint presentations on subject material.
  • Guided students in created presentations through Google utilizing Powerpoint, Word, and Video Creator.
  • Used leading-edge technologies to create and deliver multimedia lessons incorporating media projector and PowerPoint on regular basis.
  • Introduce various forms of technology including PowerPoint presentation Websites, educational websites and United Streamlining videos.
  • Provide many PowerPoint presentations and SMART Notebook software with interactive lessons to enhance the learning environment during lesson instruction.
  • Integrated technology by designing PowerPoint activities for assignments, activities and lessons.

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30. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Build positive relationships with youth and adults and serve as a role model with respect to demeanor, communication and behavior.
  • Develop a positive relationships to reduce isolation, and prevent/reduce at-risk behavior.
  • Collaborate with students and parents building positive relationships to promote and strengthen an educational environment through open communication and support.
  • Provided students with individual attention* Developed and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and administrators.
  • Created and distributed weekly communicating models to maintain positive relationships with parents regarding school activities, behavior, and child development.
  • Established regular communication and positive relationships with parents, students, colleagues, staff and administration

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31. Instructional Practices

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Here's how Instructional Practices is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Created professional development opportunities related to: classroom management, researched-based instructional practices, and incorporating technology into classroom instruction.
  • Coach and mentor 16-18 teachers in two high schools; manage school visits and provide ongoing feedback on instructional practices.
  • Trained first and second year teachers to develop their instructional practices and assessment strategies.
  • Observed student teacher and modeled best instructional practices.

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32. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated with students one-on-one, strengthening subject areas in need of improvement.
  • Plan and instruct all subject areas using motivational and implementation strategies.
  • Mentored new teachers in various subject areas- art, music, social studies, and English.
  • Observed daily lesson instruction in all core subject areas.
  • Plan and implement lesson plans in various subject areas with a main focus on math, science, and technology.
  • Integrated other subject areas into art lessons to promote development skills in communication, collaboration, perseverance, and concentration.

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33. Oversaw

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Here's how Oversaw is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted early education components of agency summer annual training and oversaw summer staff and summer school scheduling.
  • Lead Teacher Mentor for the school site, oversaw four additional teacher mentors.
  • Introduced students to software such as Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Oversaw the artistic productions of abstract animations and artwork

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34. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Observed and evaluated children's behavior, social development, and physical development.
  • Provided the child with a well balanced daily curriculum that promoted physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.
  • Coordinated poetry workshops for the elderly community in downtown Greensboro in order to promote healthy social development through artistic outlets.
  • Drive the successful development and implement innovative teaching strategies to ensure student mental, emotional and social development.
  • Managed, supervised and facilitated a diversity of Early Childhood children within a classroom setting engaging academic and social developmental skills.
  • Ensured academic and social development of first grade students through preparation and implementation of weekly lesson plans and project-based learning activities.

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35. Demonstration Lessons

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Here's how Demonstration Lessons is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Arrange reciprocal classroom visits model and conduct demonstration lessons.
  • Presented demonstration lessons using varied strategies to enhance the student teachers' learning experience.
  • Model and conduct demonstration lessons.

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36. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Created educational programs in all core subjects and life skills.
  • Designed and deliver curricula for core subjects by using differentiated instruction and small group guided instruction.
  • Planned/implemented daily lessons in all core subjects
  • Developed manipulative centers across multiple core subjects to complement the child-based, hands-on curriculum.
  • Provided instruction in all core subjects within standards-driven curriculum and an integrated curriculum approach.
  • Composed Individual Education Plans and taught core subjects for intellectual and development challenged students.

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37. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Work in partnership with administrators to create a safe environment so all staff can excel and students can succeed.
  • Coordinated lunch schedules, games, and implemented lesson plans for students while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided a safe environment by observing and monitoring the children's daily activities.
  • Provide safe environment by maintaining orderly and clean facilities Utilized classroom management and other organized techniques to encourage children's development.
  • Collaborate with fellow teachers to create a data-driven, learner-centered, friendly and safe environment demonstrating shared responsibility for achievement.
  • Consulted with parents and teachers about students and different classroom activities Created an aesthetically pleasing and safe environment.

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38. Weekly Basis

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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Observe teachers on a weekly basis and conduct post-observation conferences.
  • Consulted Mentee teacher on a bi-weekly basis to discuss areas of mastery as well as areas of improvement and prospective actions.
  • Communicated with mentees face-to-face on a weekly basis to discuss areas of perceived need and strategized mitigation plans for improvement.
  • Tutored specified children on a daily/weekly basis.
  • Evaluate student data to determine individual and group growth via informal and formal assessments on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Observe lead teacher in a 4th grade classroom on a weekly basis to learn new teaching strategies.

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39. Teacher Candidates

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Here's how Teacher Candidates is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Exposed teacher candidates to instructional and professional development resources to assist in teaching practices.
  • Mentored Arizona State University teacher candidates.
  • Assisted teacher candidates to connect their course work, particularly classroom research and classroom management, to their student teaching experience.
  • Mentored teacher candidates through their program of study: ELED, MAT, Post Bach and SPED.
  • Supervised adult learners (teacher candidates), conducted performance evaluations and provided a semester grade.
  • Assisted teacher candidates to complete their program and graduate: BA, BAES and MAT.
  • Work with teacher candidates during their field experience to prepare them for a teaching position.
  • Familiarized teacher candidates with district curriculum, instructional programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Mentor teacher candidates in the essential abilities of an effective teacher.
  • Completed formal and informal evaluations of the Student Teacher Candidates.
  • Reviewed and approved lesson plans provided by the teacher candidates.
  • Created,implemented, and assessed curriculum, crafted individualized learning plans, and supervised teacher candidates.

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40. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Direct school and grade level data meetings/PD sessions based on current data analysis trends.
  • Led school wide transition to the technology platform, Mastery Connect, used for data tracking and data analysis.
  • Assigned and corrected homework providing timely and used data analysis to address student needs.
  • Worked with beginning teachers weekly on problem-solving, data analysis, lesson planning and technology integration.
  • Create Professional Learning Community sessions on topics such as academic ownership and data analysis.
  • Headed a data analysis project through data walls and data notebooks that were kept in the 4th grade.

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41. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Review early childhood assessment data collection for DECA, COR, and Head Start Protocols
  • Assisted Corps Members in data collection and analysis.

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42. Parent-Teacher Conferences

low Demand
Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Attended Parent-Teacher conferences and served as observer or mediator.
  • Complete Home Visits and Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Prepare for supervisors observations, communicate effectively with parents and prepare for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Job Duties: Completed lesson plans/Maintained ratio/Completed required paperwork/Conducted Home Visits and Parent-Teacher conferences/Completed Developmental Screenings/Implemented developmental appropriate activities
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and home visits geared toward empowering parents to better assist their children with educational endeavors and behavioral modification.
  • Developed outstanding partnership with parents, coworkers, supervisors through collaboration, providing verbal / written reports and coordinating parent-teacher conferences.

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43. Classroom Setting

low Demand
Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised newly employed teachers on ethics and classroom techniques * counseled teachers and provided strategies to implement in the classroom setting
  • Supervised students in classroom setting, halls, cafeterias, schoolyard, gymnasium and on field trips.
  • Create and demonstrate model lessons for student teachers in a classroom setting.
  • Provide developmentally appropriate activities to enhance physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of children in a classroom setting.
  • Collaborated with special education co-teacher to implement differentiated instruction in the regular classroom setting for the benefit of all students.
  • Differentiated instruction for all subjects in a self-contained classroom setting including students with various cognitive and socioeconomic levels.

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44. Bible

low Demand
Here's how Bible is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with team to create Bible study plans for students to learn about Christianity outside of school.
  • Organize activities and implement curriculum that stimulate children physical, emotional development as well as understanding of the Bible
  • Facilitated Bible study through in-class exercises and guided reading activities.
  • Prepared and guided Bible learning activities for elementary students.
  • Facilitated spiritual development through Bible lessons.
  • Designed and executed lesson plans for grammar, reading, writing, math, spelling, and Bible classes.

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45. K-5

low Demand
Here's how K-5 is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitate team building activities for students K-5 including Math Bees, Science Jeopardy and Relay Races.
  • Prepared lesson plans and creative activities related to American History for K-5.
  • Substitute Teacher (2012-Present) Provide instruction for grades K-5 in both general education and special education in all academic areas.
  • Worked as teacher/mentor for children grades K-5 during summers in order to further theireducation.
  • developed and implemented lessons for K-5.
  • Educated elementary students grades K-5 in general and instrumental music.

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46. Monthly Meetings

low Demand
Here's how Monthly Meetings is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Set monthly meetings to review their progress through monthly observations.
  • Conducted monthly meetings for fellow mentors and novice teachers.Professional Experience (continued)
  • Worked with a first year teacher to facilitate transition into teaching Directed monthly meetings to monitor adjustment to teaching career
  • Led monthly meetings to discuss activities, goals, and fundraising for school organizations.

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47. K-12

low Demand
Here's how K-12 is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented exciting and challenging curricula for K-12 Physical Education and 6th - 12th grade health classes.
  • Supervised all teachers and mentors for students K-12.
  • Designed national award winning model K-12 classroom Lead trainer for Digital High School grant.
  • Delivered environmental education curriculum in an outdoor setting to K-12 students.
  • Developed computer curriculum k-12th integrating new MAP requirements.
  • Instructed academic lessons to K-12 population; lesson development and classroom management.

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48. First-Year Teachers

low Demand
Here's how First-Year Teachers is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Mentored first-year teachers and student teachers completing traditional student teaching program.
  • Mentor first-year teachers* Work with instructional coach to facilitate year one of the Teacher Support Program for Jerome School District
  • Supported three first-year teachers with instructional planning, goal setting, and reflective teaching practices
  • Provided first-year teachers with support and resources needed to be successful within the classroom
  • Serve as unofficial mentor to two first-year teachers.
  • Assigned to mentor three first-year teachers.
  • Coached first-year teachers by providing ongoing one-on-one support and facilitating monthly new teacher seminars.
  • Promote the growth and development of first-year teachers Co-developer & creator of Professional Comm.

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49. Educational Needs

low Demand
Here's how Educational Needs is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented customized curriculum to assist students in meeting their educational needs from elementary school through high school.
  • Teach third and fourth grade students according to the educational needs, abilities and achievements for the student/or group of students.
  • Worked with parents of students regularly to ensure that each child's educational needs are being met.
  • Observed student behavior in context to educational needs and dilemmas in order to report for assessments.
  • Teach fourth grade students according to their educational needs and abilities of individual students and/or groups.
  • Assisted school personnel with understanding the educational needs of the students with visual impairments.

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50. Academic Performance

low Demand
Here's how Academic Performance is used in Mentor Teacher jobs:
  • Keep accurate records of students' academic performance, and social development.
  • Mentored students on methods to improve their academic performance.
  • Established collaborative approach between teachers, parents, and administrators to improve student behavior and academic performance.
  • Examined recent educational trends and implemented state mandated techniques to drive academic performance.
  • Provided feedback to all stakeholders in regard to student academic performance and achievement.
  • Implemented an academic planning project that improved student academic performance and motivation.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Mentor Teacher

Classroom Management20.6%
Curriculum Development18.2%
Special Needs15.3%
Lesson Plans12.3%
Mathematics7.3%
Grade Level3.7%
Language Arts3.2%
Student Learning2.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Mentor Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
18%
18%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
15.9%
15.9%
3
3
Special Needs
Special Needs
13.3%
13.3%
4
4
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
10.7%
10.7%
5
5
Mathematics
Mathematics
6.4%
6.4%
6
6
Grade Level
Grade Level
3.2%
3.2%
7
7
Language Arts
Language Arts
2.8%
2.8%
8
8
Student Learning
Student Learning
2.3%
2.3%
9
9
Class Activities
Class Activities
2%
2%
10
10
Social Studies
Social Studies
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
IEP
IEP
1.3%
1.3%
14
14
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
1%
1%
15
15
Literature
Literature
1%
1%
16
16
Girls
Girls
0.9%
0.9%
17
17
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
0.7%
0.7%
19
19
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.7%
0.7%
20
20
Positive Role Model
Positive Role Model
0.7%
0.7%
21
21
State Standards
State Standards
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
Professional Growth
Professional Growth
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
ESL
ESL
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Constructive Feedback
Constructive Feedback
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
Weekly Meetings
Weekly Meetings
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Biology
Biology
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Instructional Practices
Instructional Practices
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Subject Areas
Subject Areas
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Oversaw
Oversaw
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Social Development
Social Development
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Demonstration Lessons
Demonstration Lessons
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Weekly Basis
Weekly Basis
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Teacher Candidates
Teacher Candidates
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Bible
Bible
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
K-5
K-5
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Monthly Meetings
Monthly Meetings
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
K-12
K-12
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
First-Year Teachers
First-Year Teachers
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Educational Needs
Educational Needs
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Academic Performance
Academic Performance
0.2%
0.2%

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