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Top 47 Resource Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Resource Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Resource Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.5% of Resource Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Resource Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Resource Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed/monitored behavioral and classroom management system.
  • Cultivate strong relationships with cross-functional teams to implement new classroom management strategies and curriculum development for a variety of subject areas.
  • Created and sustained a positive, safe learning environment by using classroom management and behavior enforcement strategies.
  • Implemented various positive reinforcement strategies to maintain and promote classroom management to maximize learning.
  • Designed techniques for classroom management by developing behavior charts.
  • Maintained strong classroom management and developed behavior plans.
  • Implement and consistently reinforce positive classroom management.
  • Led district-wide in-service on classroom management.
  • Provide instructional coaching support for teachers such as modeling lessons and conferencing around best practices, classroom management, and instruction.
  • Provide in class support to preschool teachers in the area of discipline, classroom management, accommodations and modify curriculum.
  • Monitored, guided, and supervised two classroom paraprofessionals in classroom management skills and everyday duties within the classroom.
  • Created and implemented a classroom management system which included behavioral expectations, privilege levels, and graph systems.
  • Utilized team teaching techniques in presentation of lessons to maintain classroom management and add variety to instruction.
  • Provide assistance to teachers/school staff in the area of effective instructional and classroom management techniques.
  • Pushed into inclusive classrooms to assist with classroom management and student focus.
  • Assisted lead educator in all aspects of classroom management and instruction.
  • Preserved an atmosphere for learning through classroom management.
  • Excelled in classroom management and discipline.
  • Created cooperative and individualize learning activities Maintained a positive learning environment through the utilization of effective classroom management.
  • Program-Assisted in competent lesson planning * Classroom management.

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2. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed Individualized Education Plans for special needs students.
  • Work closely with families and outside agencies to identify, test and serve all students with special needs in the area.
  • Assist special needs students to develop daily living skills, self-care, and life skills.
  • Conducted small group instruction to students with special needs in grades kindergarten through fourth.
  • Worked with individual, special needs children; provided evaluations and developed programs.
  • Coordinated meetings to discuss concerns /status of services of student's special needs.
  • Adapted curriculum for special needs' students in regular classroom settings.
  • Served as a one on one teacher with special needs students.
  • Plan for and monitor individual development of special needs children.
  • Implemented programs for students with special needs within the classroom.
  • Provided training to staff and parents related to special needs.
  • Educated children K-5 with mild to moderate special needs.
  • Managed over twenty cases of special needs students.
  • Assisted special needs students with in-class assignments.
  • Accommodated students with special needs.
  • Developed special needs student academic plans.
  • Devised Lesson Plans and Activities for special needs Primary-aged students delays in Reading, Math, Problem Solving and Social Skills.
  • Provided detailed reports for students with special needs and assisted staff during annual and periodic IEP staffings.
  • Developed IEPs and maintained progress for special needs children Testing administrator Woodcock Johnson III
  • Developed and implemented IEPs, conducted ARDs, and assisted in identifying students with special needs.

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3. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented differentiated mathematics Investigations and social studies lessons for whole group and small group settings.
  • Provided remedial services to students with language impairments and learning disabilities in mathematics.
  • Demonstrate effective science and mathematics instructional practices when working with students.
  • Provide training in elementary science and mathematics content.
  • Instruct children in grades K-8 in a small group setting in the areas of Mathematics, Language Arts, and Reading.
  • Teach reading, language arts, mathematics, science, social science, and social emotional lessons.
  • Assess students to determine what level they are functioning at, in reading and mathematics.
  • Provided support for students with special needs in mainstream setting in mathematics and language arts.
  • Assist the principal in communicating the Mathematics and Science curriculum vision for the entire school.
  • Supported 25 elementary schools with improving the mathematics instructional program as well as wrote curriculum.
  • Support the students that are a year ahead in Mathematics with the course work.
  • Provided small group instructional support to students in Language Arts and in Mathematics.
  • Instructed students in reading, writing, and mathematics in a resource classroom.
  • Focused on basic mathematics and ELA skills at all grade levels.
  • Develop, team teach or coach science and mathematics lessons.
  • Worked in the Mathematics Collaborative as a Resource Math Teacher
  • Educated over 96 students in mathematics and science.
  • Remediated students in Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Skills training, and work skills.
  • Focus of studies: Reading, life skills mathematics, social skills, and ELA.
  • Experienced teacher of "Everyday Mathematics".

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4. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Verified attendance; created and implemented lesson plans based on authorized subject-matter curricula.
  • Develop specialized lesson plans in accordance to MCPS curriculum and intervention program.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for a diverse group of special education sixth graders.
  • Collaborate with mainstream teacher about lesson plans, cultural sensitivity, and diverse resources.
  • Design unique lesson plans in accordance with district policies to stimulate learning.
  • Prepare and implement lesson plans for kindergarten through fifth grade students.
  • Developed adapted math and reading lesson plans within the curriculum standards.
  • Created lesson plans, graded work, and completed progress reports.
  • Developed and Implemented Emergency Lesson Plans for use in Classroom situations.
  • Implemented IB philosophies into lesson plans in the classroom environment.
  • Created language arts lesson plans for elementary students.
  • Prepared individual lesson plans for 22-25 students.
  • Collaborated with mainstream teachers for reading, grammar, handwriting, and math instruction Developed/executed lesson plans and facilitated IEP meetings
  • Designed and implemented curriculum and multi-sensory lesson plans for different subjects.
  • Assist Lead Teachers in lesson plans and activities Completed everyday tasks to the best of my ability
  • Maintained daily lesson plans, current goal checksheet, and student progress monitoring.
  • Maintained daily lesson plans, Curriculum Mapper, and classroom webpage.
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
  • Provided Remedial Study in Core Curriculum Developed Curriculum Based Lesson Plans Utilized Computer Technology Monitored and Logged Daily Progress

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5. General Education Curriculum
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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Skilled in modifying general education curriculum, integrating multimedia in lessons, and providing intervention supports to enable student success.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a
  • Coordinate instruction with general education curriculum.
  • Modified the general education curriculum, planned lessons and provided 1-on-1 and small group instruction for special education resource students.
  • Created modification and adaptation to the existing general education curriculum to meet the individual needs of the students.
  • Design instruction, both individual and small group, which parallels the general education curriculum.
  • Scaffold general education curriculum to help meet the needs of students in the Classroom.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.

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6. Behavioral Issues
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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted students with behavioral issues and helped them navigate both physically and emotionally through the school.
  • Worked with classroom teachers to observe children with Autism and identify behavioral issues.
  • Provide assistance to school staff for children with behavioral issues.

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7. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized ongoing informal and formal assessment to measure effectiveness of teaching and optimize student learning, adapting instruction when needed.
  • Designed developmentally appropriate lessons to address IEP goals and support student learning in inclusive environments.
  • Utilize various accommodations and modification to the core curriculum to facilitate student learning.
  • Utilized instructional management systems that increase student learning.
  • Provide direct small group intervention using researched based instruction to accelerate student learning as mandated by the state mandate for SRBI.
  • Lead our schools group of students to the Show Case of Student Learning at the Miller Hill Mall with student volunteers.
  • Planned appropriate assessments of student learning by review, evaluate, select, and modify resources and activities.
  • Work in collaboration with multidisciplinary team members to ensure student learning and to support the inclusion model.
  • Focus constantly on student learning, thinking critically and strategically to respond to student learning needs.
  • Used cultural activities, songs, and materials to enhance student learning and self-esteem.
  • Make data-driven decisions to improve student learning and to inform instruction.
  • Utilize data to assess student learning and guide instructional planning.
  • Implemented Responsive Classroom made and used data to improve student learning
  • Partnered with parents to facilitate student learning.
  • Integrate technology into daily instruction and identify assistive technology to support student learning
  • Support the design of classroom activities that integrate digital resources and technology to differentiate the delivery and/or assessment of student learning.
  • Planned and implemented comprehensive, remedial teaching strategies based on student learning style and academic data.
  • Measured student learning with documented evidence to demonstrate student growth (i.e.

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8. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Delivered research interventions to individuals, small groups and/or integrated settings.
  • Coordinated and taught math and reading lessons to small groups of 3rd-grade - Kindergarten students in multiple classrooms.
  • Charged with the instruction of students both individually and in small groups to advance mathematics achievement levels.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Undertake face-to-face teaching of ELL students, individually or in small groups, working on specific needs.
  • Work with ELL students in small groups outside the classroom and co-teach in the classroom.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups in order to help them with challenging subjects.
  • Instructed small groups of students in subjects and concepts that they needed extra help.
  • Interact with children individually and in small groups to support progress on individual goals.
  • Teach small groups of students that struggle with mathematics, reading, and writing.
  • Provided remedial reading and math instruction to small groups of students in grades 3-5.
  • Conducted small groups in class or pull out groups to support the instructional program.
  • Work with children individually and in small groups to bolster academic skills.
  • Worked with students in small groups for 30 minutes a day.
  • Explored science concepts with small groups of students daily.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Assisted children with their school work in small groups
  • Planned lessons and taught small groups when necessary.
  • Work with small groups of students.
  • Worked with small groups of students in 1st through 5th grades.

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9. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Provided data driven instruction to address individual student IEP (individual educational plan) goals related to standard core curriculum.
  • Designed lesson plans to accommodate IEP requirements, Collaborated and implemented IEP for every student served in class.
  • Coordinated IEP and ITP meetings; attended PBIS training and implemented the PBIS program at school sites.
  • Attend several IEP meetings in order to better the needs of each individual student.
  • Provided small group instruction and co taught students with an IEP in grades 6-8.
  • Serve as the contact person for IEP team members, parents and administrators.
  • Prepared student's educational plans in consultant with parents and IEP Team members.
  • Conducted the IEP meetings to ensure all adults are in agreement with IEP.
  • Develop an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for each student.
  • Provided special education support for students grades k-5 who had IEP.
  • Coordinated and ran IEP meetings with parents and regular Ed teachers.
  • Collect progress monitoring data of each students' IEP goals.
  • Supported IEP students through implementing goals on the IEP.
  • Trained in Illuminate Education Program for IEP writing.
  • Implemented student s IEP goals and behavior plans.
  • Completed IEP paperwork as needed.
  • Collaborated in students reviews, annual meetings, and development of IEPs Leadership Activities.
  • Design, monitor and implement annual review timelines and scheduled IEP meetings.
  • Ensured that IEPs were in compliance with IDEA regulations.
  • Developed IEPs with and without BIPs.

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10. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Provided assistance to teachers in the areas of student identification, curriculum development, and monitoring.
  • Participate in the collaborative curriculum development process.

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11. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Planned individualized curriculum for students achieving below grade level.
  • Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Instruct students in reading who are below grade level and or are experiencing difficulties in reading comprehension as well as fluency.
  • Created lessons designed to meet the needs of students with learning difficulties working below grade level in all core subject areas.
  • Worked with all grade levels in a push in and pull out situation to help meet student's IEP goals
  • Conducted counseling groups at each grade level for students struggling and needing support with divorce, self-esteem and bullying.
  • Work closely with grade level teachers to connect drama to their classroom, specifically using Open Court Reading.
  • Reviewed curriculum standards and developed lessons and laboratory experiences to meet the standards for all grade levels.
  • Pull out literacy for grades 3-6 for students that were at least 2 grades below grade level
  • Increased the student population performing on or above grade level in Science by 44%.
  • Consult with 60+ teachers grade K through 5 with planning and implementing grade level standards.
  • Helped students meet goals, reach grade level standards, and enriched their education.
  • Worked as an active member of our cross curriculum grade level team.
  • Worked closely with grade level teams to target specific literacy needs.
  • Experienced in co-teaching and co-planning with grade level partners.
  • Planned weekly lessons with grade level team.
  • Rendered Mathematics lab resource support to students of all grade levels Provided alternative hands-on strategies for teaching Mathematics concepts
  • Worked along side Child Study Team to conceptualize a productive learning base for students who tested under or below grade level.
  • Formulated two units based on novels Attended faculty meetings and participated in grade level meetings and IEP meetings.
  • Served as grade level administrator for two Spelling Bee Coordinator.

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12. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented and modified general education Language Arts and Math curriculum.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students that need extra practice and attention with reading, math, language arts, and science.
  • Aligned all lessons to the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts while creating an engaging and enriching lesson.
  • Instructed students in English/Language Arts, U.S. History, World Cultures, and Math according to the state mandated curriculum.
  • Led instruction resource services at the elementary level in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Behavioral Intervention and Support.
  • Educated first through fourth grade special needs students in Language Arts and Math during the regular school year.
  • Collaborated with school leadership teams to embed elements of school improvement plan into language arts instruction.
  • Prepare and deliver intensive Reading/Language Arts and Math lessons to help students make greater academic gains.
  • Composed and revised three levels of district middle school language arts curriculum alongside office team.
  • Instructed grades 3 to 6 students, including co-teaching 4th grade language arts and math.
  • Carried out daily lesson plans in reading and language arts in the general education classroom.
  • Instructed a small group of students in Mathematics, Language Arts, and Reading.
  • Prepared 4th grade for standardized testing (ITBS) in language arts and writing.
  • Worked with resource students to achieve goals in Language Arts and Math curriculum.
  • Create and implement reading and language arts lessons for resource students.
  • Planned for and provided instruction in language arts and math.
  • Instructed mild/moderate students in English Language Arts and Math.
  • Worked one on one with students in language arts.
  • Represented Language Arts at Achievement Steering Committee meetings.
  • Created lessons built on multi-sensory approaches for mathematics and language arts.

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13. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with administrators to identify students in grades 9-12 who needed literacy support to assist with on-time graduation.
  • Teamed with classroom teachers when appropriate to integrate information literacy with instruction.
  • Mainstreamed and monitored all students into balance literacy groups.
  • Improved instructional approaches using literacy strategies.
  • Promoted best practices for balanced literacy.
  • Worked with staff to implement BCPSS Information Literacy Content Standards, Educational Technology Standards and Skills and Media Literacy.
  • Supervised reading lessons in Literacy Lab, with focus of comprehension, fluency, and vocabulary.
  • Developed Cross Panel Lesson Sharing Project using Think Literacy and made PD video from this project.
  • Developed a three year literacy plan aligned with school, pyramid, and district literacy goals.
  • Coordinated a Parent Literacy Group @ RGE and partnered with the Valencia Literacy Council @ UNM.
  • Used Literacy Stations to teach key strategies and help students become independent, critical thinkers.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Supported teachers in their use of technology, information literacy in all curricula areas.
  • Worked to improve literacy and oral language through out-loud reading and teaching spelling.
  • Teach reading literacy classes and do small pull out sessions with students.
  • Piloted Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) curriculum in 1st grade.
  • Applied a Balanced Literacy Model of instruction for Reading.
  • Served as a pyramid literacy leader for our school.
  • Improved student literacy in reading and writing.
  • Provided teacher training in Early Literacy Strategies,RtI overview,and Behavioral Strategies for Students with Autism.

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14. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed resource and remediation materials for English and Social Studies curricula.
  • Developed universal-designed lesson plans for grades 4-6th in Math, Reading, Art, Social Studies and Science every week.
  • Create and coordinate original education content for middle and high school teachers (from STEM to social studies).
  • Focused on the common core in the resource room with science mini-lessons and social studies content.
  • Pulled children for Corrective Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies and Aims Web.
  • Incorporate reading, writing, math, science and social studies within drama lessons.
  • Helped students understand social studies through explaining, and clarifying, and through activities.
  • Educate students in language arts & reading, social studies, and math.
  • Introduce children to mathematics, language, science and social studies.
  • Provided inclusion and pullout services for science and social studies.
  • Facilitated study sessions for tests in Social Studies and Science.
  • Provide supportive instruction in Social Studies and Science.
  • Teach Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies to 3, 4, 5, and 6th grade.
  • Implemented districtsfirst expanded resource class to teach math, language arts, science, and social studies.

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15. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Assist regular education classroom teacher to develop appropriate learning centers and instructional materials to facilitate differentiated activities.
  • Develop or modify curricula and prepare lessons and other instructional materials to student ability levels.
  • Devised and modified instructional materials form students in regular education classroom.
  • Coordinate the selection, acquisition, use, and evaluation of instructional materials.
  • Assist with the selection and production of instructional materials and appropriate supplementary supplies.
  • Adapted instructional materials and teaching methods to meet individual needs.
  • Prepare, adapt, and deliver instructional materials.
  • Authored targeted, instructional materials, effective IEPs and meaningful remedial instructional programming.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.

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16. Co-Taught
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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with 6-8 teachers to develop lesson plans that were co-taught, or led and aligned to the Common Core Standards.
  • Planned and co-taught daily writing lessons in the general education classroom.
  • Provided resources to and team co-taught with them.
  • Co-planned and Co-taught with teachers to develop curriculum and activities Resourced into student classrooms to provide educational support

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17. Resource Room
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Here's how Resource Room is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum for elementary students in a resource room and co-teaching setting.
  • Created new Resource Room for 40+ students, 9th -12th grades, room included computers, reading and individual/group instruction centers.
  • Instructed students with Learning Disability in the general education classrooms and also in a self contained resource room.
  • Initiated planning and completed the integration of the two resource rooms under Chapter 1 supervision.
  • Individualized small group instruction sessions to develop IEP skills within designated resource room.
  • Spring semester, I was the Language Arts Resource Room Teacher.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans for high school math resource room.
  • Organized and implemented a resource room for teacher's use.
  • Devised methods for scheduling class use of resource room.
  • Maintained condition of computers and resource rooms.
  • Lead teacher in a K-5 resource room.
  • Operate and maintain a Parent Resource Room.
  • Plan and implement differentiated lessons in the resource room using Everyday Math and TC Readers and Writers Workshop.
  • Administrated two resource rooms containing 16 Macintosh, 2 IBM, and 25 Apple IIE computers.

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18. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated referral for testing services through public schools for students with greater needs.
  • Worked for Orange County Public Schools from June 2008 to present time.
  • Completed required Gifted Education documentation for Atlanta Public Schools and the State Department of Education.
  • Maintained marketing exposure of Broward County Public Schools Employment Resource Adult Education program.
  • Advanced Professional Certificate: Harford County Public Schools.

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19. ESL
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Here's how ESL is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Served as lead teacher and testing coordinator for special needs and ESL students; maintained additional administrative duties.
  • Attended weekly meetings to discuss supports for potentially failing ESL and special education students.
  • Prepared ESL students for MCAS with intensive writing and reading tasks and activities.
  • Provided pull-out and push-in support for ESL students in 2nd and 5th grades
  • Facilitated remedial reading programs for ESL students requiring extra help.
  • Assisted in leading the ESL / Bilingual Program.
  • Coordinated English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) Program.
  • Instructed all international students in ESL and served as an academic advisor for students.

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20. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and supervised class activities, to make learning fun
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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21. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with several staff members to ensure that Individualized Education Plans were being followed correctly.
  • Communicated pertinent information to parents and staff members.
  • Assisted other staff members on understanding the diagnostics of learning disorders, development of planned remediation and evaluation of student progress.
  • Provided pertinent information to staff members and parents using online tracking tools to document student data.
  • Organized and led team meetings with staff members and parents regarding student's progress and goals.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Handled public relations with parents, students, and staff members in an educational setting.
  • Coordinated the Individualized Education Programs with students, parents, and staff members.
  • Maintain Extended School Year Program comprised of 100+ students and 50 staff members.
  • Last year we had over 1330 elementary school students and 80 staff members.
  • Established a great rapport with teachers, administrators and other staff members.
  • Budget responsibility, supervision of 12 staff members and training.
  • Facilitated the implementation of administrative technology, such as Integrade software and OSIRIS by providing one-to-one instruction to staff members.
  • Worked interpersonally with staff members daily.
  • Worked interpersonally with other teachers and staff members daily.

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22. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented and created summer curriculum to encourage academic performance.
  • Employed Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) to improve classroom safety, reduce disciplinary interventions and increase academic performance.
  • Progress monitor students' academic performance using research based measurements: EasyCBM, Qualitative Reading Inventory, and Achieve 3000.
  • Cultivated and built strong relationships with parents to foster partnerships to improve student's behavior and academic performance.
  • Implement looping schedule which improved students' overall academic performance in reading and math.
  • Used school database to communicate with parents about students' academic performance and behavior.
  • Discussed students' weaknesses and developed plans to increase academic performance in those areas.
  • Aided the Academic Performance Committee with developing a new grading Policy.
  • Assisted students whose academic performance was at-risk.
  • Assisted students with and maintained the use of individual Assistive Technology for academic performance.

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23. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Individualized instruction of subject areas for bilingual students.
  • Tutored students one on one and in small groups in all subject areas during and after school hours.
  • Subject areas tutored where academic performance was poor, and reading classes given to enhance comprehension and vocabulary.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to provide appropriate services for students with special needs in all subject areas.
  • Worked one-on-one with students and in small group setting to provide remedial instruction on needed subject areas.
  • Provide resource education to caseload of 22 students across major subject areas.
  • Provided various levels of remediation and support in all subject areas.
  • Tracked students' progress in all subject areas.
  • Developed and implemented engaging effective lessons in all subject areas for heterongeneous group ranging from PreK - 12th grade.
  • Provided differentiated small group instruction in all subject areas that aligned with N.Y.S.
  • Assisted multiage (4/5) ELL students in all subject areas.

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Here's how RTI is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in evaluations and annual review meetings in order to develop individual plans for students.
  • Participated in several meetings and groups to create successful curriculum and academic opportunities for students.
  • Participated in selection events and managed recruitment communications.
  • Managed all program operations, financial/fiscal reporting and funds distribution, as well as implemented the goals, policies and procedures.
  • Provide resources and assistance to teachers and supporting staff in providing the most engaging and effective teacher environment.
  • Assisted principals with their Academic and Financial plan in order to maintain a steady supporting financial budget.
  • Certified, by DCPS to give student medication, in cooperation with the DCPS nursing office.
  • Participated in grade level curriculum and team meetings, parent conferences, and after school activities.
  • Worked as a resource teacher in the middle grades, supporting teachers in their daily work.
  • Provide a supportive environment to assist students with their specific academic & behavioral needs.
  • Adapted materials to enable students with challenging needs to participate in the regular curriculum.
  • Assisted families in locating child care in collaboration with Starting Point Resource and Referral.
  • Increased trends in participation in rigorous course offerings among students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Participate in Professional Learning Communities (PLC) creating common core IEP goals.
  • Participated in a push-in/pull-out program that supported students within a main stream classroom.
  • Participate in school activities including PTN fundraisers and student award ceremonies.
  • Participated in home visits, parent meetings and development screenings.
  • Participated in the RTI and Climate Committees.
  • Implement tier two and three RTI.
  • Participate in and represent Sacramento START at webinars, conferences and workshops.

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25. Positive Relationships
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  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Created positive relationships with parents in the community in order to foster individual student learning.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.

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26. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Provide educational support for K-5 children with Learning Disabilities; behavioral and emotional disabilities; and also educable mentally disabled children.
  • Provide instruction for aggressive, behaviorally emotionally disabled K-5 elementary students in attempt to mainstream into the regular classroom.
  • Determined assessment, implementation of prescriptive reading remediation for students K-5 in group or individual setting.
  • Worked with K-5 students in need of specific interventions in Math and Reading; developed lessons and documented data from interventions.
  • Worked with students, grade K-5, who had a wide range of disabilities in a resource classroom setting.
  • Developed and taught weekly science labs for grades K-5; served as science resource for elementary teachers
  • Created and Implemented Class Schedules for K-5 to reflect a proper 50/50 Dual Language Model.
  • Planned and implemented differentiated Math and Language Arts curriculum for K-5th grade enrichment students.
  • Develop and implement differentiated instruction based on individual student needs (K-5).
  • Provided students (preK-5) with unique and engaging inquiry-based science lessons.
  • Managed special education programs, K-5, pull-out; facilitated support models.
  • Oversee the continuous identification of students grades K-5 for gifted education services.
  • Delivered K-5 curriculum simultaneously to a diverse group of learners.
  • Facilitated and instructed remediation for all subjects in grades K-5.
  • Instructed K-5 resource students in small groups and 1:1.
  • Model Spanish core content lessons in K-5 classes.
  • Hold monthly meetings with K-5 Dual Language teachers.
  • Teach K-5 English as a second language lessons.
  • Served as a consultant for K-5 teachers.
  • Excel After School Programs SFUSD Program Director Directed after school program for 70 children, K-5.

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27. ELL
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Here's how ELL is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Have achieved a demonstrated record of excellence in both resource allocation and program management.
  • Work with teachers for the improvement of educating ELL and academically disadvantaged students.
  • Coordinated/trained testing assistants, also personally administered Spanish & English (ELD) linguistic assessments to all ELL students.
  • Provided special education students with extra support in the classroom in academic areas as well as behavioral support.
  • Worked with fourth and fifth graders in small group pull out situations as well as co-teaching situations.
  • Assist county ELL teachers as well as regular education teachers with needs of ELL students.
  • Led class circle time, show and tell, and calendar and weather report.
  • Placed special emphasis on creative writing, reading, spelling, & math.
  • Evaluated and determined ELL eligibility for students in grades K-5.
  • Assured the parents their children were well taken care of.
  • Coordinate the AAP program for Colin Powell Elementary.
  • Partnered with colleagues regarding curriculum modifications and behavior management strategies and techniques, as well as pre-referral intervention strategies.
  • Initiate parental involvement within the Hispanic community, including working with community organizations to benefit the ELL population.
  • Applied differentialted and specifically designed academic instructional strategies in English to ELL students, as well as instructional study strategies.
  • Lead teachers are also to serve as liaisons between teachers and administrators for the overall wellbeing of the school.
  • Provide small group instruction to English language learners (ELL) to increase language acquisition and Student achievement.
  • Attended many writing and reading workshops Attended Circle of Friends workshop, as well as the ARC convention.
  • Key Accomplishments: Ensured smoother transitions from activities, as well as consistent student engagement.
  • Assess readers using IRLA and Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessments, using results to develop individual reading instruction for all students.
  • Received "Award of Excellence" from Kentucky Department of Education for the highest gains in.

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28. K-6
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  • Work in the ESL/Bilingual Department as Bilingual Resource Teacher for grade K-6 servicing port-of- entry Spanish speaking students with content-area instruction.
  • Hired as a full- time resource teacher, instrumental in creating a vital enrichment program serving students in grades K-6.
  • Utilized a Push-in, Pullout resource model with English Language Arts and Math goals to K-6th grade students.
  • Created gifted curriculum to fit each individual student's gifted area and serviced students from grades K-6.
  • Imparted the writing process to students of grades K-6 which improved the scores of standardized test.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for math and reading (students in k-6 grades).
  • Provide assistance to classroom teachers by working with students K-6 in small groups lessons.
  • Teach music, art, gym, computers, and library for grades K-6
  • Served 20-25 students, with specific learning disabilities, in grades K-6.
  • Provided support services for students in grades 5k-6th with special needs.
  • Provided bilingual services for the ELL population for grades K-6.
  • Provided assistance daily in K-6 classrooms.
  • Delivered a K-6 grade Hawaiian Studies program at Waimalu Elementary School.
  • Facilitated inclusion in grades K-6 Conducted IEP meetings.

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29. K-8
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Here's how K-8 is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Teach and support K-8 students, and develop Individual Learning Plans to guide struggling students in tackling academic challenges.
  • Assist children Pk-8th Grade with Reading and Math interventions.
  • Developed and Implemented RtI/Resource Unit for grades K-8.
  • Monitor reading fluency scores for grades K-8th.
  • Administered Ohio state achievement tests K-8.
  • 2/Gifted Coordinator, Grades K-8 Lake Bluff School District 65
  • Provided instruction in all subject areas to students in K-8th grade Developed lesson plans Handled behavioral challenges

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30. Adhd
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  • Delivered small group researched-based interventions for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, mild cognitive disabilities and emotional disabilities.
  • Adapted school curriculum to teach Common Core Reading and Mathematics Standards to students with ADHD and ASD addressing individual accommodations.
  • Worked with students identified with learning disabilities, speech and language impairments, emotionally disturbed, autism and ADD/ADHD.
  • Instructed children with disabilities such as ADHD, dyslexia and Cognitive Processing Disorder.
  • Test scores increased for the entire student population including students suffering autism, ADHD, learning disabilities and emotional challenges.

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31. Pre-K
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  • Provided classroom support for a state-funded developmental Pre-K program.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans ranging in grades Pre-K through 8th grade for Reading, Social Skills, and Math.
  • Lead teacher for Pre-K classroom, planning and implementing daily activities and curriculum to enhance child development.
  • Developed curriculum for grades Pre-K through Fifth, to ensure completion of Florida State standards.
  • Instructed students in grades Pre-K through 5th in weekly music classes.
  • Organized summer camp for Pre-Kindergarten to Third grade.
  • Support teacher for all classrooms (infant through pre-kindergarten), contributed ideas to create a developmentally appropriate curriculum
  • Implemented curriculum for toddler and Pre-K classrooms Worked independently and responsibly
  • Substituted for pre-kindergarten through 8th grade -Tutored struggling readers
  • Instructed students in grades pre-K to 5th grade in the Science embedded Stem Program.
  • Supported toddler, preschool and pre-K classrooms as an assistant teacher.
  • Completed behavioral assessments for students in pre-k through sixth grade.
  • Instructed Pre-K/special needs students and regular pre-school students.

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32. Data Collection
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  • Coordinated ELL data collection and reporting in collaboration with administrators and data entry operators.
  • Review behavior programs and data collection for validity, reliability, and accuracy.
  • Maintain documentation of student behaviors for data collection and behavior monitoring.
  • Documented progress, and implemented consistent data collection.
  • Conducted continuous data collection/progress monitoring of student's goals and objectives written on annual IEP's.
  • Used sources, data collection, and data-analysis strategies to support effective instructional practices.
  • Created a primary-level English test for PC's first educational baseline data collection.
  • Eliminated inefficient methods of data collection, which led to more targeted instruction.
  • Assist teachers with program implementation, modification, assessment and data collection.
  • Maintain data collection and supporting documents for district and state review.
  • Implemented data collection of progress monitoring, focusing on annual IEP goals and objectives and "Quarterly Progress" reporting.

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33. ESE
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  • Presented several cultural diversity programs and developed events for various groups in building on specific holidays and celebratory days.
  • Administered annual formal/informal education assessments to determine present levels of performance for data driven IEP goals.
  • Collaborated with parents/guardians through regular telephone calls, home visits, parent-teacher conferences and workshop presentations.
  • Developed and presented workshop for Professional Development Workshops.
  • Presented testimonials to potential future educators.
  • Consult with the Principal and assist in conducting needs assessments to identify the school's priorities and research based initiatives.
  • Administered Math, Reading, Writing and Reading Comprehension tests on a weekly basis and documented scores on these tests.
  • Represented the BCPS Even Start program at the local, state, regional, and national levels.
  • Assisted with identifying academic strengths and weaknesses, and matched these skills with appropriate techniques and materials.
  • Research, recommend and provide math and reading resources to our 38 sites.
  • Assisted in the planning and presenting of workshops for providers and families.
  • Plan and present professional development for math and science teachers grades K-5.
  • Present students with key ingredients to help improve standardized test scores.
  • Volunteer with Conserve Lake County and Lake County Forest Preserve District.
  • Conduct testing analysis and present to principals for my schools.
  • Organized and presented 100 hours of hands-on activities.
  • Research and gather teacher resources (i.e.
  • Worked with ESE emotionallly handicap students.
  • Represented facility at International Sea Turtle Symposium Representative of the Envirothon High School Competition Testing Committee (1994-2003).
  • Desert Willow Elementary School, Casa Grande, AZ

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34. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Planned numerous activities for social development.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development,
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Promoted scholastic and social development in all areas taught.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health in order to develop appropriate IEPs.
  • Assisted in the developing of the Individual Educational Plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.

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35. Educational Needs
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Here's how Educational Needs is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented individualized educational plans to meet the educational needs of each student.
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers regarding students' educational needs.
  • Collaborate and communicate educational needs with parents and professionals.
  • Design individualized learning materials to meet the educational needs of special education students at all grade levels.
  • Counseled students on career choices and created goals/objectives to satisfy their educational needs and lifelong goals.
  • Use district mandated curriculum to support the educational needs of special education students.
  • Provide instruction for students with various educational needs.
  • Served as member of multi-disciplinary team providing diagnosis for students referred for Exceptional Educational needs under P.L.
  • Collaborated with agency staff to strengthen students education Assist with educational needs individually and in groups

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36. Resource Setting
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  • Developed a resource program to serve students in a resource setting in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics.
  • Instructed students with learning disabilities in a resource setting using a direct instruction program to supplement regular ed.
  • Provide remediation in resource setting for ELA, Math, and Social Studies.
  • Reinforced and monitored classroom progress in the mainstream and resource setting.
  • Team Teaching- 3rd grade Reading Instructed students in a resource setting and assisted students in an inclusion setting during Math.

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37. Direct Instruction
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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Progress monitor and design comprehensive direct instructional materials.
  • Provided direct instruction to Gifted Education Students.
  • Provided direct instruction in academic areas to resource specialist's program pupils in a one-to-one or small group basis.
  • Direct instruction to students Lessons based on student needs Administration of the WIAT 111 Guided Reading Planning for 22 students
  • Provided direct and indirect instruction in all academic areas for students in grades 1 - 6.
  • Provided small group and direct instructions to students both within the classroom and in pull-out settings.
  • Provide direct instruction to students who require follow-up services in math and reading.
  • Provide direct instruction and interventions with individuals and groups of students.
  • Provided direct instruction to students identified as eligible for reading services in individual, small group, and/or full classroom settings.

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38. Elementary Schools
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  • Provided instruction to identified gifted students at assigned elementary schools.
  • Facilitated Identification, Testing, Developing Plans, and Providing Services for GT Students in four Elementary Schools
  • Summer School 2006- Summer Reading Camp Teacher at Foster and James Elementary Schools - Reading First School
  • Worked with district officials and teachers to replicate program in other district magnet elementary schools.
  • Served as acting special education specialist for two-thirds of the Baltimore County elementary schools.
  • Scored student F-TAP, Frazier Talent Assessment Portfolio, tests for some elementary schools in the district.
  • Conducted assistive technology assessments, training, and on-going support for students with various disabilities within ten elementary schools.

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39. Positive Reinforcement Method
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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Modeled and provided techniques to work with children with special needs Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.

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40. Achievement Tests
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Here's how Achievement Tests is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Administer standardized ability and achievement tests to kindergarten or elementary students with special needs.
  • Administered ability and achievement tests to students nominated for gifted education services.
  • Administered and evaluated achievement tests in order to determine progress and level of language and math skills.
  • Administered achievement tests and evaluated test results to discover level of language and math skills.
  • Prepared for and administered the Illinois State Achievement Tests.

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41. EC
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Here's how EC is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Performed as most requested guest teacher in regular education, magnet, Special Education facilities and behavioral schools.
  • Collected grades and voluntarily shared them with homeroom teachers for their use as needed.
  • Consult with and carry out recommendations of physical, occupational, and speech therapist.
  • Provide grammatical corrections to written assignments with guidelines on how to improve their writing.
  • Graded tests and papers and recorded grades for teaching staff.
  • Designed and created lesson plans for project based learning.
  • Serve as part of a School-Wide Technology Committee.
  • Help Administration when needed with projects.
  • Assessed students through hands on projects.
  • Explain and implement basic troubleshooting techniques.
  • Work collaboratively with Teaching Methods Coaches and Library Media Specialists to provide support in incorporating instructional technology in the classroom.
  • Work effectively with children with various learning very informative, helpful, disabilities and with multicultural and diverse populations.
  • Project Management: Directed local efforts to operationalize the highly-publicized CMAS online testing initiative piloted within assigned school.
  • Attend district-wide professional development on instructional technology implementation and other key curriculum and instruction PD as needed.
  • Served as the first point-of-contact for support incidents, security issues, website support, and end-user training.
  • Give Planning and Breaks Do projects and documentation for the teachers in the department.
  • Received training to score the Torrance Test of Creativity figural test.
  • Integrated technology into each training session such as the Powerpoint.
  • Project was multi-faceted and required intricate attention to browser configurations, network connectivity and extensive testing and validating of all components.
  • Be able to evaluate problems with student computers to determine best course of action to correct the problem.

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42. Esol
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Here's how Esol is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented thematic units for at-risk youth with a focus on character development, concentrating on conflict resolution and communication.
  • Developed and implemented systematic plans for evaluating effectiveness of learning support and ESOL programs.
  • Mediated and resolved conflicts between students with various behavioral and emotional issues.
  • Displayed problem solving, cooperative negotiating skills and conflict resolution strategies.
  • Have experience in resolving conflicts between professionals and paraprofessional.
  • Conflict Resolution and advocacy skills.
  • Conferred with parents, teachers, counselors, and administrators in order to evaluate and resolve behavioral and academic concerns.
  • Worked in team to review, research and redesigned various components of the ESOL curriculum and updated others as necessary.
  • Assisted in the preparation of an ESOL newsletter and press release for community media.
  • Provide support and professional development for middle and high school ESOL and general educators.
  • School focal point for resolution of staff questions and problems dealing with Educational Assistants.
  • Prepare orders for ESOL materials, review/purchase the materials and maintain inventory.
  • Attend meetings in the school and/or district regarding ESOL issues.
  • Represent ESOL Office on various district-level committees
  • Conferred with parents or guardians, other teachers, counselors, and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.
  • Support Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange Resolve technical issues as needed.

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43. Content Areas
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Here's how Content Areas is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized inquiry-based problem-solving learning strategies with students in all content areas.
  • Facilitated weekly staff development meetings for literacy across all content areas.
  • Provide hands-on staff development on the use of research-based strategies for improving instruction in the content areas.

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44. State Standards
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Here's how State Standards is used in Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated annual IEP meetings to ensure regulations fulfilled state standards.
  • Developed lesson plans in accordance with students' IEP goals and objectives, district standards, and state standards.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to ensure that materials taught align with the CPS Common Core State Standards.
  • Worked with level 1 students on remediation skills based on the Sunshine State Standards for the FCAT.
  • Coordinated Curriculum, performed student evaluations while adhering to state standards and school policies and procedures.
  • Led classes in meeting state standards and incorporating them in community service learning projects.
  • Provide students will study skills and strategies to meet the Common Core State Standards.
  • Incorporate inquiry-based research skills aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
  • Analyzed state standards and current test scores.

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45. Parent-Teacher Conferences
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  • Provided translation services for Spanish-speaking parents during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participated in IEP meeting and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Developed and implemented IEP's, assessed student's abilities and evaluated performance, and conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Assisted school campus staff and parents with PTA, open houses, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Provided parent-teacher conferences and participated in the revision and implementation of IEP's.
  • Train and mentor assistant teachers in classroom Conduct parent-teacher conferences bi-annually.

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46. Social Workers
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  • Consulted with therapists, social workers, Early Intervention specialists and other professional services to help with the integration of services.
  • Consult with Case Manager, Social Workers, Psychologist, and Speech Pathologist.

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47. General Education Setting
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  • Differentiate instruction and promote successful inclusion for students into the general education setting.
  • Offered direct support to teachers in both special/general education settings.
  • Scheduled and supported time that students spent in the general education classrooms and provided support in the general education settings.
  • Balanced small group and individual instruction- to accommodate diverse learning styles and needs in the general education setting.
  • Reinforced academic content from the general education setting and taught remediation skills to students with mild disabilities.
  • Support students within the general education setting 5.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Resource Teacher

Classroom Management

15.2%

Special Needs

13.8%

Mathematics

12.1%

Lesson Plans

10.5%

General Education Curriculum

10.2%

Behavioral Issues

6.6%

Student Learning

6.1%

Small Groups

4.6%

IEP

3.5%

Curriculum Development

3.4%

Grade Level

2.6%

Language Arts

2.0%

Literacy

1.9%

Social Studies

1.5%

Instructional Materials

1.5%

Co-Taught

0.9%

Resource Room

0.9%

Public Schools

0.9%

ESL

0.9%

Class Activities

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Resource Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 13.5%
2 Special Needs 12.2%
3 Mathematics 10.7%
4 Lesson Plans 9.3%
5 General Education Curriculum 9.1%
6 Behavioral Issues 5.9%
7 Student Learning 5.4%
8 Small Groups 4.1%
9 IEP 3.1%
10 Curriculum Development 3.0%
11 Grade Level 2.3%
12 Language Arts 1.8%
13 Literacy 1.7%
14 Social Studies 1.4%
15 Instructional Materials 1.3%
16 Co-Taught 0.8%
17 Resource Room 0.8%
18 Public Schools 0.8%
19 ESL 0.8%
20 Class Activities 0.7%
21 Staff Members 0.7%
22 Academic Performance 0.6%
23 Subject Areas 0.6%
24 RTI 0.6%
25 Positive Relationships 0.6%
26 K-5 0.6%
27 ELL 0.6%
28 K-6 0.6%
29 K-8 0.5%
30 Adhd 0.4%
31 Pre-K 0.4%
32 Data Collection 0.4%
33 ESE 0.4%
34 Social Development 0.4%
35 Educational Needs 0.4%
36 Resource Setting 0.4%
37 Direct Instruction 0.3%
38 Elementary Schools 0.3%
39 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.3%
40 Achievement Tests 0.3%
41 EC 0.3%
42 Esol 0.3%
43 Content Areas 0.3%
44 State Standards 0.3%
45 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.3%
46 Social Workers 0.3%
47 General Education Setting 0.3%
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