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Top 49 Social Studies Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Social Studies Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Social Studies Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.7% of Social Studies Teacher resumes contained World History as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Social Studies Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Social Studies Teacher:

1. World History

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Here's how World History is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Fabricated two major projects for World History classes: a World Religions Holiday Presentation and an Iraq War Interview Assignment.
  • Develop and deliver 21st century instruction in U.S. and Honors World history while meeting all standards and student needs.
  • Instructed four sections of world history which included the origin and developments of western and non-western cultures.
  • Led students through AP World History curriculum resulting in a 44% increase in exam scores.
  • Supervised and instructed 6th-8th grade students in U.S. History, World History, and English.
  • Educate 9th through 12th grade students in American World History 19th and 20th century.
  • Teach Latin American Studies, US History, Contemporary World History and Economics.
  • Directed district data teams training for world history department (2013-2017).
  • Mentored new teachers in World History and in Latin American History.
  • Teach World History in the 7th grade to academic level.
  • Instruct World History to upperclassmen at Maple Grove Senior High.
  • Prepare students to take the World History SAT test.
  • Manage classroom coverage of 7th grade World History course.
  • Created and executed unit plans for World History.
  • ADDRESS: Providing instruction in World History I.
  • United States History and World History
  • planned, implemented, and evaluated course work in World Geography, Economics, Civics, World History and US History.
  • Instructed students in World History * Assisted with tutorial for student struggling in various social studies subjects (i.e.
  • Created and implemented new curriculums for US History, World History and Latin American Studies.
  • Co-authored curriculum guide for World History in Albemarle County.

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2. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and administered eighth-grade social studies lessons to students requiring remediation.
  • Assumed the role of Social Studies teacher midyear, leading five 8th grade classes and completing the 2014-2015 school year.
  • Manage three classes of 5th and 6th grade students focusing on common core standards in Social Studies and Science.
  • Integrated Common Core Standards to collaboratively plan with E.L.A., math, social studies, and science teachers.
  • Interrelated Special Education Teacher for middle school students, grades 6th - 8th, Social Studies.
  • Led and planned Social Studies lessons on the Great Wall of China and the Underground Railroad.
  • Middle School Social Studies Teacher -Middle School Basketball and Football Coach -High School Sports Play-by-Play Announcer
  • Contributed and observed during social studies, team-teaching, and special education departments weekly meetings.
  • Instructed inclusion, special education, and English Language Learner student populations in Social Studies.
  • Created and differentiated lessons for social studies, special education, and ELL students.
  • Developed Social Studies curriculum and taught classes to students in grades nine through twelve.
  • Implemented and instructed an Elective Art Course with a concentration in Social Studies.
  • Instructed through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in Social Studies.
  • Lead Teacher for the new Social Studies Curriculum Alignment.
  • Developed, planned, and implemented Social Studies curriculum.
  • Attended and participated in Social Studies department meetings.
  • Lead Teacher in Social Studies PLC
  • Impart the Social Studies class 4th-6th grade.
  • Teach basic English skills, Social Studies skills,and job skills (Occupational Preparatory).
  • Developed and implemented dynamic social studies curriculum in an urban high school.

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized experience and strong classroom management skills and excelled working with academically challenged inner-city high school students.
  • Implemented various classroom management techniques for maintaining student attention, involvement, and discipline.
  • Implemented the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention/Supports) behavioral program into classroom management.
  • Provided professional development strategies to colleagues in the areas of classroom management.
  • Administered current classroom management techniques to ensure students remained on task.
  • Attended Conscious Discipline Workshop where classroom management skills were enhanced
  • Maintained effective learning environment with strong classroom management.
  • Maintained strict classroom management and discipline procedures.
  • Developed exceptional classroom management and motivational strategies.
  • Implemented effective classroom management procedures.
  • Demonstrated effective classroom management strategies.
  • Executed and maintained appropriate effective classroom management strategies, such as PBIS, to maximize student learning and time management.
  • Established effective classroom management skills focused on the maximum benefit of the student's academic growth and self-confidence.
  • Maintained classroom management of the classroom and helped the students with their homework.
  • Commended for rapport with students based on classroom management style.
  • Lead and guide Program Assistants and overall classroom management.
  • Gained experience in classroom management Formulated and implemented plans and activities for four different grade levels and subject matters.
  • Applied Cline/Fay (Love and Logic) strategies to classroom management Designed and utilized informal assessment pieces
  • Developed instructional materials to facilitate optimum learning experiences for all students, and demonstrated good classroom management and recordkeeping techniques.
  • Develop weekly lesson plans Develop classroom management system Participate in teacher conferences and training sessions.

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4. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Customized various quantitative reports monthly to track student success, quality, and improvements through curriculum development.
  • Led and managed a variety of programs and special projects including curriculum development and after-school programs.
  • Participated in all Planned Learning Communities, Professional Development and curriculum development at North High.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in curriculum development through creation of senior level course Global Studies and Economics.
  • Contributed to collaborative curriculum development and alignment projects with department colleagues.
  • Participated in curriculum development and writing process.
  • Participated in curriculum development programs as required.
  • Assisted in curriculum development and textbook research.
  • Assisted department chair with curriculum development.
  • Served on several building and district level committees focused on curriculum development, textbook review, school improvement and cultural infusion.
  • Served on school committees and school support teams focused on curriculum development aligned with the Common Core National Standards.
  • Middle school social studies and language arts instructor and extensive curriculum development, including development of Advisor-Advisee program.
  • Assisted with writing new curriculum and curriculum development for U.S. History for the Social Studies department.
  • Coached soccer, served on the curriculum development committee, and textbook committee.
  • Participated in curriculum development for middle and high school Social Studies classes.
  • Participate in curriculum development, as well as parent teacher conferences.
  • Assisted in curriculum development as well as new textbook integration.
  • Served as the Assistant Principal with responsibilities including student discipline, academic interventions, facilities management and curriculum development.
  • Coordinated course research efforts to identify academic success and course deficiencies to support curriculum development or revision.
  • fire, lock down, and tornado drills Student advisor for over 40 students Curriculum development for school

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5. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with school administrators and special education department to design and implement lesson plans for students with learning disabilities.
  • Improved academic performance with systematic lesson plans.
  • Prepared academically challenging and compelling lesson plans.
  • Instructed 60 students using self-designed lesson plans that included project based learning, special needs modifications, and differentiating learning assignments.
  • Create lesson plans designed for lower level students Maintain Common Core and Content Standards Create skill based games Collaborate with classroom teachers
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
  • Executed lesson plans in accordance with district, New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and Common Core Curriculum Standards.
  • Developed lesson plans, translated the lesson plans into learning experiences to utilize time for instruction.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for Word Studies, U.S. History and World Geography.
  • Used California Reading/Language Arts and Social Studies Frameworks to prepare Standards-based lesson plans.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to design curriculum, lesson plans, and assessments.
  • Planned and executed lesson plans for 6th and 7th grade history classrooms
  • Created and taught lesson plans for 7th Grade Social Studies.
  • Integrate competencies, goals, and objectives into lesson plans.
  • Create lesson plans and modify accordingly throughout the year.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for my classes.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans for activities.
  • Implemented and developed course structure daily lesson plans, syllabi, and weekly assessments.
  • Create Lesson Plans using Marzano Strategies and include SPLED accommodations.
  • Summer School Developed and taught daily lesson plans.

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6. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum along with school administrators and colleagues that incorporated student learning styles and assessment data attained from Power-School program.
  • Measured, evaluated, and assessed student backgrounds and learning requirements to identify real and potential barriers to student learning.
  • Employed hands-on and small/large group teaching techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Participated in a middle school team that collaborated to enhance student learning through best practices.
  • Train in SLO and learn how to write clear, effective student learning objectives.
  • Used a variety of instructional strategies and assessment methods to measure student learning.
  • Facilitate student learning and conduct research in the area of politics and economics.
  • Cross curricular instruction with peers to enhance student learning in all academic areas.
  • Assess student learning & needs, making ongoing relevant adjustments to practice.
  • Use a wide variety of teaching techniques to support student learning.
  • Prepared lesson plans and activities that enriched and inspired student learning.
  • Implemented personalized learning conferences to support student learning (2016).
  • Utilized SMART Board to empower student learning through interactive technology.
  • Promoted student learning through the effective use of instructional strategies.
  • Created and maintained an effective classroom for student learning.
  • Aided student learning through the use of instructional technology.
  • Organized subject matter for student learning focusing upon the standards outlined in the District Curriculum and the states content standards.
  • Teach and develop course curriculum addressing diverse student learning styles, skill bases, and backgrounds
  • Modified and/or accommodated student learning based on IEP or 504 Plans Received excellent evaluations.
  • Plan and implement lessons/units using differentiated instruction Assess student learning using multiple assessment methods

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7. Geography

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Here's how Geography is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Redesign the Bahamian Junior Certificate Geography Exam.
  • Created, managed, and taught geography, history, and web-design courses for high school students in a classroom setting.
  • Planned and executed daily lessons for four to five Government and World Geography classes averaging 8-10 students per class.
  • Created, planned, and executed lessons in U.S. History and World Geography in accordance with Common Core Standards.
  • Managed, taught, and assessed learning of students in U.S. History, Government, and Geography.
  • Prepared students for the Global studies and Geography NYS Regents exam Hutchinson Central Technical High School P.S.
  • Provided classroom instruction in Social Studies and Geography to middle and high school students.
  • Instructed middle- and high-school level social studies classes, including Western Geography, American/U.S.
  • Implemented lessons in US and World History, US Government, and Geography.
  • Have taught US and World History, World Geography, AP and US Government
  • Educated students on world history and geography with a focus on ancient civilizations.
  • Organized and sponsored National Geographic Geography Bee and Student Leadership Team.
  • Advanced students' global knowledge of physical and human geography.
  • Administered the National Geographic's Geography Bee.
  • Passed Geography of Utah class.
  • Attended MD Geography (1993) and MD History (1994) Institutes.
  • Instructed World Geography (9th Grade).
  • Instructed six periods daily in geography, history, government and Mexican American studies to at risk youths.
  • Instructed students in World Culture Geography Accountable for engaging students in a comprehensive learning environment.
  • Block 8 Schedule): Core-40 World Geography, core-40 U.S. History.

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8. American Government

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Here's how American Government is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct twelfth grade American Government curriculum and eleventh grade American History curriculum in a Small Learning Community.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for Economics, American Government and US History courses.
  • Participated in Maryland Governor's Academy for American Government Teachers.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans in American Government and United States History for 25 ninth-twelfth grade (at risk) students.
  • Instructed daily courses in U.S. History I & II, World History I & II, American Government and Economics.
  • Devised lessons plans and presented lessons in American History, American Government and Economics to teach high school students.
  • Teach courses in social studies, history, geography, American government, political science, or humanities.
  • Designed and taught cross-curricular lessons and units in American History, Ancient World History, and American Government.
  • Teach American Government and Economics to a heterogeneous group of learners with very different abilities and backgrounds.
  • Instruct the 9-12th grade levels in US History, American Government, Economics, and World Geography.
  • Assisted high school students with US History, World History, American Government and Economics.
  • Teach Economics, American Government, American History, Humanities (regional world history).
  • Developed curriculum for, instructed, and evaluated 60 students in American government.
  • Educated students in United States History, American Government and Criminal Justice.
  • Instruct Ancient Civilizations, American History, and American Government.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for high school World Geography, American Government and U.S.History.
  • Teach overarching lessons on Geography, Economics, American Government, U.S and World History to at-risk girls ages 12-18.
  • Plan, organize, and teach 4-5 courses/semester including Advanced Placement American Government 2.
  • United States History, A.P American Government
  • Advanced Placement Human Geography Advanced Placement US Government & Politics Leadership Skills Development American Government (Regular, Honors)

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9. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in developing Curriculum Audit and content for and Economics and Latin American Studies.
  • Designed and presented lessons on economics and advertising.
  • Implemented pilot Personal Finance Program in Economics.
  • Incorporated Junior Achievement program into economics classes.
  • Create and implement innovative lesson plans on 20th century American history, politics, and economics.
  • Developed pertinent and stimulating lessons to teach Government, Economics, American History and World History.
  • Instructed students in a virtual environment, courses included Economics, Government, and World History.
  • Used hands-on activities and technology to teach history, civics, and economics to students.
  • Specialized teacher in Civics and Economics, World History, and Social Science courses.
  • Provide instruction in Civics, Economics, and Geography in grades six and seven.
  • Provided instruction in Consumer Economics and World Geography to grades 9 and 10.
  • Discussed the history, economics, and geography of the area of discussion.
  • Instructed Law, Economics, and Participation in Government courses.
  • Instructed grades 9-12 in history courses: Economics.
  • Awarded for creating and teaching creative economics lessons.
  • Developed daily curriculums to increase students' knowledge about United States History, Civics, Economics and World Geography.
  • Introduced units encompassing personal finance, economics, and the Stock Market Game into the grade six curriculum.
  • Research, and develop courses/programs Teach AP US History, Economics
  • leave replacement) Instructed 12th grade Participation in Government and Economics curriculum.
  • Teach standard based instruction in the following areas: * World History Honors * U.S. History AP * Government * Economics

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10. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Differentiated instruction for children with learning challenges and special needs within a mainstreamed collaborative classroom.
  • Ensured that students with special needs received their necessary accommodations on classroom assessments.
  • Assisted twelve special needs students with receiving required instructional accommodations.
  • Participated in our collaborative team which included special needs students.
  • Designed individualized educational plans for students with special needs.
  • Identified and modified instructional resources to meet the needs of students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
  • Determine special needs for students with special needs and health problems and develop remedial measures for same.
  • Worked with students of varied ability levels - designed curriculum with accommodations for students with special needs.
  • Collaborated with the intervention specialist to provide assistance to students with special needs.
  • Organized specialized instruction to accommodate English Learners and students with special needs.
  • Trained in instructing gifted, limited English speaking and special needs students.
  • Assist parents in obtaining services for their child with special needs.
  • Exercised classroom organization while teaching thirty-three gifted to special needs students.
  • Organized and maintained data for multiple levels of special needs students.
  • Differentiated activities for student that are ELL and Special Needs.
  • Gained valuable experience in adapting curriculum for special needs students.
  • Experience teaching and mentoring students with special needs.
  • Differentiated that system for special needs learners.
  • Worked with Special Needs children Tutored children with disabilities and assisted in behavior management.
  • Differentiated instruction and used constructivism for students at all levels: special needs-gifted learners.

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11. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Combined classroom management methods in class activities to improve student concentration, participation, and performance.
  • Formulated daily lesson plans and class activities and implemented them in a manner that emphasizes and encourages higher order thinking skills.
  • Develop lesson plans and prepare classroom for class activities, assign and grade class work, homework, tests and assignments.
  • Worked closely with head teacher to plan and reflect on class activities and student work.
  • Prepare materials and classroom for class activities; assign lessons, and correct homework.
  • Created a teacher website with class activities, homework, notes, worksheets.
  • Utilized multiple media and other resources for lectures and class activities.
  • Organized and prepared class activities for six classes a day.
  • Maintained classroom management, order, and class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepare lessons plans for 7th & 8th grade social study classes Organize class activities and evaluate student performances
  • Facilitate senior class activities as a class advisor.

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12. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and led vertical team meetings to discuss consistent language arts curriculum and expectations for all middle school students.
  • Coordinate with Math and Language Arts teachers to ensure that Social Studies curriculum supported Math and Language Arts standards.
  • Facilitated learning of Pennsylvania Core Standards in the Spanish Language in language arts, social studies and science.
  • Align rigorous instruction to Common Core State English-Language Arts Standards and North Carolina Essential Standards for Social Studies.
  • Experience with English Language Arts and social studies Common Core state standards and planning.
  • Plan and implement Language Arts and Social Studies curriculum for sixth grade.
  • Demonstrated success teaching the seventh grade Language Arts and Social Studies curriculum.
  • Help plan and oversee our school's English Language Arts tutorial corps.
  • Complied with all NYS standards of social studies and language arts.
  • Served as the 6th grade Language Arts special education inclusion teacher.
  • Implemented the 6+1 traits writing program into the language arts curriculum.
  • Integrated the standards for language arts and social studies courses.
  • Implemented Standards-Based Curriculum in Language Arts and Social Studies.
  • Instructed for after-school English Language Arts tutoring program.
  • Test preparation for grade level Language Arts Exam.
  • Developed Language Arts curriculum for grades 4-6.
  • Integrated Social Studies curriculum as it pertains United States geography and human bi-culturalization using technology and Language Arts.
  • Served as a 5th grade Language Arts and Social Studies teacher following curriculum set out by Keller ISD.
  • Developed multi-intelligence lesson plans in Social Studies and English Language Arts.
  • Key Contributions: Language Arts content area team Lead Teacher.

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13. US History

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Here's how US History is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Teach courses in 21st Century US History and Civics according to content standards mapped out by the state board of education.
  • Developed and implemented US History lessons plans for middle school students utilizing project-based learning, research skills, and technology.
  • Instruct secondary level courses: World History, US History, Government and Economics to diverse student population.
  • Have taught all four social studies courses and currently teach Economics, US History and Finance for Life.
  • Instruct 7th and 8th grade Social Studies in the area of US History 1877 to present and Civics.
  • Devised lessons to educate two eighth grade US History classes and four seventh grade World Cultures classes.
  • Developed accelerated curriculum in compliance with College Board standards for AP US History and AP European History.
  • Planned for two classes of seventh grade World History Facilitated two classes of eighth grade US History
  • Used reading, writing, speaking, and listening to teach US history and English content.
  • Followed state curriculum to ensure student success on the state level US history test.
  • Teach AP US History and maintain daily lesson plans for 90 minute block scheduling.
  • Outperformed district goals on the US History End of Course Exam by 13%.
  • Advanced Placement (AP) US History, Civics and Contemporary World Problems
  • Assisted in developing US History curriculum for the county.
  • Teach world history and US history
  • Teach 4 sections of 8th grade US history.
  • Summer, 2009 East Meadow High School Designed & Taught Senior US History Summer Curriculum, Lead Grader, NYS Regents Tests
  • Course Portfolio included: pre-AP World History, Global History and Geography 2, US History
  • Summer, 2012 East Meadow High School Designed & Taught Senior US History Summer Curriculum
  • Summer, 2011 East Meadow High School Designed 7th Grade US History Summer Curriculum

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14. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed psychology course in collaboration with community college for advanced students.
  • Instructed 5 classes, 20 students per class, grades 9-12 * US + World History * Psychology * Political Science
  • Designed and implemented curriculum for courses in Ancient World History, Psychology, U.S. History and Modern World History.
  • Facilitated student learning in the areas of World History, African American studies, and AP Psychology.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for two levels of U.S. History II, Psychology, and Leadership.
  • Implemented curriculum for World History, Psychology, Criminal Justice, and Civics and Economics.
  • Created and implemented new curriculum for Psychology, World History, and American Systems.
  • Proposed class, designed curriculum, and taught AP Psychology in 2013-2014 School year
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for U.S. History and Psychology.
  • Created and implemented curriculum for grades 9-12 in Civics, World History, U.S. History, Geography, and College Psychology.
  • Educated an average of 160 high students in world and American history, American government, Economics, and Psychology.
  • Created diverse teaching materials associated with US History, Global History, Psychology, and Advanced Placement World History.
  • Instructed students in U.S. History, Psychology, and Economics Accountable for engaging students in a comprehensive learning environment.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for American History, US Government, Psychology, US Presidents and Consumer Economics
  • Assigned to teach Advanced Placement courses in World History, U.S. History and Psychology.
  • Teach Honors and Standard levels of Modern World Cultures/ US History Advanced Placement Psychology
  • Teach Social Studies, including Psychology to High School at risk students !
  • Lead teacher specializing in Advanced Placement Psychology, AP US History, Student Council Advisor and JSA advisor.
  • Grade 9 US History- Grade 12 Psychology Develop curriculum for US History and Psychology.
  • Teach six separate classes daily, ranging from ninth to twelfth grade including Advanced Placement Psychology U.S. History World History

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15. Civics

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  • Differentiate instruction while teaching inclusion/ESL Civics and Economics classes.
  • Teach course in Civics and Critical Thinking for different ability levels including advanced, learning disabled, and emotionally challenged students.
  • Instructed students in 9th grade World History, 10th grade Modern World History, Civics, and Law & Justice
  • Created and implemented daily lessons for various topics including World Geography, Colonial American History, and Civics.
  • Tutored middle school students in 7th/8th grade Math concepts, Civics/History, Spelling, Reading, etc.
  • Planned and executed different strategies for teaching Civics and U.S. History to 7th and 8th graders.
  • Created and delivered stimulating, interactive lessons on history, civics, government, and politics.
  • Created first ever Leadership Civics course in consultation with noted civic group The Citizen's Campaign
  • Provided instruction in United States History, Civics, Economics, Geography, and A.P.
  • Educated 9-12th grade students in the subjects of Social Studies: Civics and Street Law.
  • Teach US History, Civics, Geography, International Studies for 10th - 12th Graders.
  • Instructed sixth and seventh-grade students in the social sciences - specifically geography and civics.
  • Integrated subjects such as History, Economics, Geography, and Civics.
  • Implemented civics and world history curriculum to grades six and seven.
  • Instructed grades 10th-11th grade Free Enterprise, Civics, American History.
  • Instructed students at various levels and abilities in civics and law.
  • Write an entirely new 8th grade history and civics curriculum.
  • Implemented the Modern Woodman Speech contest to further Civics education.
  • Assured students had proper understanding of geography and civics concepts.
  • Modified ELL Civics common assessment - Scaffolded assessment with visual support, analogies, and correlated vocabulary and concepts.

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  • Instructed juvenile delinquent and dependent boys of varying ages and reading/grade levels in history curriculum and appropriate classroom/personal behavior
  • Facilitate a diverse learning environment where multiple subjects and grade levels are managed simultaneously.
  • Created assessments accurately to each subject/grade level taught.
  • Plan regularly with grade level team members, perform reading fluency and grammar assessments, and plan instructional lessons accordingly.
  • Attended professional development workshops and collaborated with grade level team in order to promote student success in the classroom.
  • Created and presented cross-curricular lessons supportive of grade level goals for over 125 students at diverse levels of development.
  • Teach all subjects of Social Studies at grade levels 6 - 12 at an Alternative option school.
  • Developed and implemented engaging, effective units of study in social studies for three grade levels.
  • Grade Level Chair: Selected to lead 5th grade team after 1 year of teaching.
  • Modified the Social Studies curriculum to meet grade level expectations for the state of Missouri.
  • Created and implemented weekly lesson plans for three grade levels (6th through 8th).
  • Instruct student at the 8th grade level on U.S. History through various teaching methods.
  • Served as department and grade level chair for a team of junior high teachers
  • Served as Team Leader by evaluating essential school-wide policies for the grade level.
  • Managed and educated several grade levels of students from Grades 8 to 12.
  • Coordinated with grade level team to implement cohesive procedures and discipline practices.
  • Evaluated students' competences for grade level.
  • Administer standardized test to grade levels 6-9.
  • Created a variety of lesson plans using multi-media presentations with different grade levels, including honors classes and A.P.
  • provided academic services including 'the game of Chess' to different grade levels.

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  • Promoted positive reinforcement for model behavior by Participation in Student-Teacher Participated in IEP teams for students with learning disabilities
  • Attended IEP meetings, helped to implement and provide differentiated instruction to meet the abilities of all students.
  • Initiated positive parent contact, attended parent conferences, faculty meeting, team meetings, and IEP meetings.
  • Provided differentiated instruction and modify lesson plans according to student's IEP and learning styles.
  • Create and implement IEP goals and treatment plans based on students' strengths and weakness.
  • Attended Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings to discuss student progress.
  • Attended IEP meetings for students and provided input toward goals.
  • Implemented instruction based on gifted IEP.
  • Worked as a middle school instructor facilitating classes made up of students who had Individualized Educational Plans, (IEP's.
  • Maintained daily, monthly, and quarterly academic and social progress reports based on IEP's for multi-leveled academic programming.
  • Implement student's IEPs, criminal, psychological and social plans, and attend IEP conferences, as needed.
  • Worked with family advocates and special education teachers to implement IEP's and multi-leveled unit/lesson plans.
  • Created multi-tiered lesson plans using IEP's to address a wide variety of needs.
  • Teach students with very low reading level, IEP and 504 Plan.
  • Differentiated instruction based on student's IEP's and needs as observed.
  • Followed IEPs for 6 students, modifying their work and expectations.
  • Adapt lesson materials for students with IEPs and English language learners.
  • Write and maintain IEPs using a collaborative approach.
  • Reviewed IEPs and modified materials to accommodate students.
  • Adapt math curriculum for 3 - 5th grade students to meet their IEPs.

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  • Presented research on disciplinary literacy practices to Illinois Reading Council and to CPS Department of Literacy Summer Institute.
  • Facilitated remedial assistance for students requiring extra help in social studies and literacy skills.
  • Presented research findings on disciplinary literacy at National Symposium on Reading for Understanding.
  • Incorporate literacy into instruction heavily, using AVID and Balanced Literacy strategies.
  • Cooperated with math and literacy teachers to create cross-curricular lessons.
  • Practiced in delivering embedded literacy professional development sessions.
  • Worked with three other teachers to integrate Science and Social Studies into the curriculum using California Early Literacy Learning.
  • Mentor new teachers, model best practices and instructional strategies for literacy development across all content areas.
  • Served on the District Literacy, Social Studies Curriculum Articulation Grades 7-12, and school literacy committees.
  • Integrate technology into the curriculum, to enhance students strength in literacy and promote interactive learning.
  • Developed daily lesson plans for 6 courses on Government, Current Events and Financial Literacy.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Served as after-school instructor for a literacy-based tutoring program, Orion's Mind.
  • Promoted literacy through the use of secondary sources and various writing assignments.
  • Served as SCANTRON champion, RTI coordinator, and Literacy Team member.
  • Worked the Saturday Literacy Program at F.D.R.
  • Tutor students who struggle with literacy comprehension.
  • Directed peer workshops on infusing balanced literacy into the social studies curriculum.
  • KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS * Increased writing and reading efficiencies through various literacy programs.
  • Represented social studies team on Carmody's Literacy Team and Jeffco's Literacy Project.

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19. Instructional Materials

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  • Integrate different teaching strategies and methods into lessons and instructional materials.
  • Performed updates on instructional materials for class instruction and e-Learning.
  • Researched and identified instructional materials the support effective instruction.
  • Planned curriculum and prepared lessons and other instructional materials.
  • Implemented curriculum; designed and developed new instructional materials.
  • Ordered textbooks and developed Spanish instructional materials.
  • Developed instructional materials for social studies.
  • Earned high marks for the quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching subjects.
  • Selected social studies textbooks for high school serving more than 4,000 students as member of the district-wide Instructional Materials Committee.
  • Collaborate with other teaching staff in preparation of state assessment materials as well as other instructional materials.
  • Prepared lessons, assignments, and instructional materials to meet the diverse needs of students.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Developed various Social Studies course curricula, lessons, instructional materials, and presentations.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
  • Prepared and modified instructional materials to meet the needs of all students.
  • Use a variety of instructional materials to enhance learning.
  • Develop teaching methods for new curriculum for various students requirement and prepare associate instructional materials.
  • Organize files of instructional materials for students perform other clerical duties as required
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials to provide individualized small group instruction in order to meet the needs of students.
  • Utilized a variety of instructional materials and multi-media resources for the teaching of Social Studies.

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  • Realize proposal and direct individualized teaching in mathematics for students with academic lag.
  • Document effective instructional strategies for success in teaching mathematics.
  • Presented mathematics lesson on polygons using smart-board technology.
  • Prepared and provided engaging and informative lessons in the subjects of Social Studies and Mathematics, while practicing classroom management strategies.
  • Exercised flexibility in the classroom addressing students needs through special accommodations in a co teaching Mathematics class.
  • Led 85% of students to meet or surpass goal on 2014 state mathematics test.
  • Worked with students to prepare for state testing, focusing on reading and mathematics.
  • Organized school wide fields trip that were cross curricular for Mathematics and Social Studies.
  • Prepared and led group lessons focused on reading, mathematics, and social studies.
  • Instructed middle school Social Studies, Mathematics, Debate, and Mock Trial.
  • Designed and taught Mathematics and Social Studies curricula to enhance students' learning.
  • Implemented standards based mathematics lessons through use of the Connected Mathematics Program.
  • Prepared and taught mathematics units for grades 6 through 8.
  • Created and implemented a new fifth grade advanced mathematics course.
  • Tutored students after school in 7th Grade Mathematics.
  • Tutor students in English Language Arts and Mathematics
  • Tutored / remediated deficiencies in mathematics and comprehension.
  • Instruct 2nd Grade general studies curriculum including Fluency, Reading Comprehension, Writing, Social Studies, and Mathematics.
  • Instructed through lectures, discussions, project-based learning, and demonstrations in Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Increased Mathematics proficiency scores by 34% Nominated for Rookie Teacher of the Year

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21. State Standards

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  • Developed curriculum based for Popular Cultures (1920- Today) and World Studies according to Pennsylvania State Standards and PSSA benchmarks.
  • Enhanced student potential through effective management of students' quarterly class schedules and working with individual students to meet state standards.
  • Prepared and delivered lessons in Social Studies curriculum based on the Sunshine State Standards and the Common Core State Standards.
  • Teach special needs students in different grade levels in Science and Social Studies based on the Sunshine State Standards.
  • Developed Secondary Social Studies Scope and Sequences and teacher resources aligned to state standards and Common Core Standards.
  • Delivered effective instruction of Social Studies curriculum in accordance with state standards to over 60 students daily.
  • Developed new units, lessons, projects, rubrics, and assessments based on state standards.
  • Created the ELA curriculum for grade 5 that is completely aligned with Common Core State Standards
  • Work and mentor new staff members and seeing that their curriculum meets the state standards.
  • Facilitate monthly meetings with team members to strategically plan lesson alignment with state standards.
  • Designed the 7th and 8th Grade Social Studies curriculum based on PA state standards.
  • Created and designed lesson plans linked to PSSA State Standards and Philadelphia Curriculum.
  • Created differentiated lesson plans in accordance with school curriculum and state standards.
  • Help create curriculum for children ages 3-5 using Florida State Standards.
  • Created and administered school-wide common assessments to align with state standards.
  • Helped teachers aligned their curriculum to the Illinois State Standards.
  • Prepared and facilitated lesson plans aligned with Texas state standards.
  • Designed areas of curriculum that focused on state standards.
  • Aligned daily lessons to the Common Core state standards.
  • CREATE LESSON PLANS, adhering to state standards and learning objectives.

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22. Sociology

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  • Prepared and organized classroom materials daily, assembled and assigned homework and study materials for American and Sociology classes.
  • Created differentiated curricula in U.S./World History, Sociology, Psychology, Geography and American Government subjects.
  • Developed curriculum for psychology and sociology program.
  • Design and instruct English III Enriched, US History Enriched and Regular, Sociology and Senior Composition (Collaboration) Classes.
  • Created a Social Studies curriculum including classes in U.S. History, Geography, Sociology, Current Events, and U.S. Government.
  • Developed Curriculum for classes including Psychology I and II, Sociology I and II based upon Reading State and National Standards.
  • Develop projects, lesson and unit plans for World Cultures, World History, Sociology, U.S. History I & II.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for three levels of U.S. History, Psychology, Sociology, and American Government.
  • Experienced instructor for U.S. History I, and II, World History, Sociology, and Contemporary Affairs.
  • Instructed through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in World History, Government, Sociology, and Psychology.
  • Teach High School College Prep and Honors World History, US History, Sociology, and Economics.
  • Created and Implemented curriculum and lesson plans for 15-weeks, in Sociology and American History classes.
  • Grade 9 & 10 Religious Studies, Grade 11 Sociology, Grade 12 Psychology.
  • Authored curriculum for U.S. History II, Psychology, and Sociology.
  • Assisted students to complete their cultural projects for Sociology class.
  • Certified Illinois High School Social Studies Teacher Endorsements in History, US History, World History, Psychology, Sociology
  • Teach courses in social studies including World History, American Government, African American History, Psychology, Sociology.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for U.S. History, AP Psychology, Psychology I and II, and Sociology.
  • Instructed students in American Government, American History, Sociology and Geography.
  • Instigated the creation of the Chinese Language Program ' Taught History and Sociology

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  • Co-coached district Varsity golf team and supervised Junior High Intramural/Junior Varsity golf program.
  • Served as Head Junior Varsity and Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach, as well as Freshmen Football Coach.
  • Coached students as head girl s soccer coach and assistant junior varsity girl s volleyball coach.
  • Instruct students in Social Studies; Assistant Varsity Football Coach Head Coach - Linebackers.
  • Coach Varsity men's basketball team to first winning season in 5 years.
  • Coached intramural soccer, kickball, and boys' varsity volleyball.
  • Head Varsity Volleyball Coach Head Varsity Soccer Coach Asst.
  • Head Freshman Basketball Coach; Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach.
  • Head Varsity Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach.
  • Coached Middle School and Varsity Cross Country.
  • Head Varsity Soccer Coach and Head J.V.
  • Coached varsity football and middle school basketball
  • Coached Varsity Boy's Tennis team.
  • Coached varsity volleyball for seven years.
  • Head Coach of the varsity boys baseball team.
  • Head Coach of the varsity girls basketball team.
  • Coached freshman boys basketball and boys varsity track.
  • Instructed ELPS classes and AP Government High School Testing Coordinator (2002-2003) Varsity Boys Basketball Coach
  • Manage the Boys Basketball Program and serve as the Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Accomplishments 1.
  • Differentiated Instruction Build Safe Environment Teacher Mentor Junior Varsity Basketball Coach Character Building

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  • Guided the high school girls' softball team to Ohio's final four championship in division IV in 2010.
  • Created and implemented weekly individualized lesson plans for middle school and high school boys and girls with disabilities.
  • Assisted in the restoration of the Girls Volleyball and Boys Track teams and coached both.
  • Directed and Coached boys and girls athletic programs at the middle school and elementary levels.
  • Cross Country Coach for Junior High and High School Boys and Girls.
  • Organized an international basketball tournament for the girls' basketball team.
  • Head Coach, Boys and Girls Varsity Tennis.
  • Coached girls basketball, tennis, and track.
  • Coached girls' softball and volleyball teams.
  • Assisted the Girls Cross Country Team.
  • Advise several girls as an Academic Advisor to make sure they completed assignments and stay on track.
  • Sponsor extracurricular activities such as cheerleading and girls track.
  • Coach 6th/7th grade girls basketball.
  • Head Football Coach;Boys' and Girls' Middle School Basketball Coach; Varsity Asst.
  • Coached freshman girls' soccer team STUDY ABROAD EXPERIENCE
  • Credit Recovery Lab Manager Served as Head Coach of the Girls Lacrosse Program Served as Assistant Coach of the Varsity Football Program
  • Lead club organization Battle of the Books Coached girls Softball 2014 Organized 6th grade Field Trip for 165 students.
  • Head Coach, Varsity Girls Basketball Assistant Coach, Varsity Baseball Head Coach, Jr. High Basketball
  • Facilitated Opening of New School Established Student Led Conferencing Format Coached 5th/6th/7th/8th Grade Girls Basketball
  • Designed and implemented grade appropriate lessons Head Basketball Coach 8th Grade Girls

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  • Collaborated with staff members for professional development and effective strategies for differentiating instructions for students.
  • Participated with other staff members in curriculum planning during designated meetings.
  • Collaborate closely with team members, faculty and staff members, and parents to design and implement intensive middle level instruction.
  • Provide technical support as the technology liaison to staff members on the use of the Mac book and smart board.
  • Served as a PLC facilitator which improved a team of 10 staff members' skills and knowledge through collaborative study.
  • Collaborated with other professional staff members to meet student needs and to implement the goals of the school and district.
  • Created, prepared, and presented a professional development program for the Richardson High School staff members.
  • Planned, facilitated and assessed training sessions for approximately 60 new and existing staff members per year.
  • Worked closely with fellow staff members to develop Common Core Standards based Project Based Learning units.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Communicated with a diverse population daily between students, parents/guardians, other staff members and counselors.
  • Worked closely with children and other staff members to train children in disaster management drills.
  • Chaired the Faculty Advisory Committee, serving as liaison between staff members and administration.
  • Establish effective rapport with students, staff members, and parents.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons.
  • Assist administration during hiring and evaluating new staff members.
  • Coordinate conferences with parents and other staff members.
  • Conduct departmental meetings and mentor staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Implemented New Social Studies Curriculum Participated as Mentor Teacher to New Staff Members Acted as Union Representative for Teachers Union

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  • Conducted district-wide professional development (Microsoft Word/Excel/Outlook/PowerPoint, Windows file management and using digital media).
  • Integrated technology using the SmartBoard to supplement class lectures and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Utilized PowerPoint to help students read more effectively and be able to efficiently and effectively determine main points.
  • Promote student engagement with projects such as debates, mock trials, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Utilize technology (particularly PowerPoint) in the classroom to promote increased student engagement.
  • Created lessons using SmartBoard technology as well as PowerPoint and Web-based lessons.
  • Designed PowerPoint instructional presentations, in conjunction with Smart Board usage.
  • Created PowerPoint training materials and led training sessions for new employees.
  • Organized whole-class projects that incorporated Google Docs, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Experience using, producing, and teaching with Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations.
  • Used technology such as PowerPoint to make presentations in class.
  • Utilized PowerPoint and projector daily in classrooms.
  • Presented technology-driven lessons using Prezi, Google Slides, and PowerPoint to create an interactive and engaging learning experience.
  • Integrated technology, such as PowerPoint, Prezi, and Keynote presentations into the classroom.
  • Created and managed a student website with an up to date calendar with downloadable PowerPoint lectures
  • Used powerpoint along with videos and other media to make history material relevant.
  • Utilized a projector to display Powerpoint presentations for Social Studies classes.
  • Continued improving and developing lesson plans that implemented several forms of technology including Powerpoint, Projector, Smartboard and Document Cameras.
  • Implemeted the use of technology based learning on a daily basis through the use of Powerpoint and quality visual material.
  • Employed the following technology: Smartboard, Elmo Projector, Powerpoint Presentations

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  • Teach Occupational Preparation, Career Training, and all core subjects required for an OCS high school diploma.
  • Worked part-time as an Islamic Studies teacher, instructing core subjects to 4th - 6th grade levels.
  • Implemented end of year standardize tests for core subjects.

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28. Current Events

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  • Engaged the latest educational approaches and incorporated current events, and cultural activities into the curriculum.
  • Developed history curriculum starting with current events and worked backwards to encourage student engagement.
  • Designed curriculum and taught elective course, Current Affairs, which focused on examination of current events and U.S. foreign policy.
  • Integrate current events lessons to provide students with the opportunity to make connections and comparisons between past and present historical events.
  • Encouraged knowledge of current events by creating a one-week unit plan based upon the 2008 Presidential Election using cooperative grouping.
  • Aided students who struggled in areas such as Current Events, History, Economics, or Government with homework and study
  • Helped students learn, understand, and improve their Geography skills and its concepts as well as Current Events.
  • Relate articles (current events) from The New York Times and The Star-Ledger to topics in lesson.
  • Implemented an asynchronous discussion boards with students to continually discuss current events and classroom content.
  • Created and implemented engaging lesson plans that connected the students work with current events.
  • Aligned Current Events coursework with U.S. History coursework to capture students attention.
  • Tied relevance of historical concepts to current events and other disciplines.
  • Facilitated activities and exercises to make aware of current events.
  • Researched and posted current events on classroom board.
  • Assign and discuss textbook readings and current events.
  • Grade 9-12: World History, Criminal Law, Current Events, and U.S. History I/II.
  • Designed and facilitated a current events enrichment course.
  • Utilized current events and social issues as learning tools Advised student groups including the scheduling and organizing of activities
  • Key Responsibility Areas included: Classroom teaching of subjects such as government, civic ideals and current events.
  • Engaged students in becoming global citizens by keeping a current events journal and watching the Cnn Student News package daily.

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29. Global History

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  • Introduced and utilized content literacy enhancing methods for Ninth Grade students taking Global History.
  • Instructed Regents level United States History and Government, Global History and New York State Regents exam preparation.
  • Hired as a full-time teacher to facilitate the NYCDOE Social Studies curriculum in American History and Global History.
  • Created and implemented daily lessons for various topics including Global History and American History and Social Studies.
  • Instructed Global History, United States History, Participation in Government, Economics, and Honors Economics.
  • Provided lectures on American History and Global History to students in grades ranging from 9 to 12.
  • Create and teach curriculum for ninth grade Global History and Geography class in a team setting.
  • Planned and implemented both Global History 1 and 2 courses including NYS regents' exam preparation.
  • Teach Global History and Geography and U.S. History and Government Bilingual, and ESL classes.
  • Orchestrated cross-curriculum designs in coordination with English Language Arts teachers and Regents Global History content.
  • Coordinated and led after school Global History tutoring program and MOUSE Squad Technology Club.
  • Lead teacher for Global History 1-4, Participation in Government, and Economics.
  • Provided small-group tutoring for the Global History Regents Exam twice a week.
  • Created curriculum maps and guides for Global History and Poetry classes.
  • Graded and scored Regents exams in Global History, American History.
  • Graded both the U.S. History and Global History Regents Exams.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans for Global History.
  • Prepare students for the NY State Regents exanimation in Global History and US History Head of the Social Studies Department
  • Build transfer school curriculum for Global History Currently teaching Global History and Economics Prepares students for the Global History Regents Exam.
  • leave replacement) Instructed both inclusion and mainstream regents level Global History 1 and 2 curriculums.

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30. Literature

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  • Served on numerous committees to incorporate technology, vocabulary, multicultural literature, reading, and writing across all disciplines.
  • Developed lesson plans for literature portion of a combined literature and history class.
  • Implemented portfolio grading system in literature classes.
  • Introduced a variety of literature as I worked with sophomores, juniors and seniors in both regular and special education classes.
  • Managed grants for the Preschool program for new technology, literature, playground equipment, and building improvements.
  • Applied concepts that were being taught in Language Arts with the pieces of Literature that was being taught.
  • Enhanced reading skills through the use of children's literature, reader's theater and story time.
  • Experienced English teacher, 10th & 12 grades; I have experience teaching: American & English literature
  • Prepared curriculum, instructed and assessed 7th grade gifted language arts, socials studies, and literature.
  • Incorporated literature, science, mathematics, economics, and other cross-curricular subject matter in context.
  • Designed integrated lesson plans for all subjects, taught World Geography, Art History and Literature.
  • Prepared and implemented lessons for the eighth grade subjects of Literature, Art, and Religion.
  • Integrated reading across the curriculum by teaching Trial and Advocacy in l Literature and film.
  • Implemented new Pearson Literature series at two grade levels.
  • Created course on art and literature through the ages.
  • Teach worldwide Literature and Grammar to Middle School students.
  • Incorporated U.S History curriculum into teaching of language and literature through expository writing, poetry, and creative writing.
  • Adapted 6th grade social studies curriculum to include geography, history, reading, and literature.
  • United States History and Literature, Eighth Grade Language Arts Department Chairperson
  • Inaugurated Power School Grading Program Created Literature Enrichment Program for Low Achieving Students Staff Liason for Geography & Spelling Bees

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  • Developed and implemented individualized after-school ESL tutorial program for non-native English speakers.
  • Provide instruction to 4th and 5th Grade students (Sheltered ESL and Regular) in accordance with Arrow Academy district standards.
  • Participated in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops including ESL and SPED training.
  • Attended four-day seminar on SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol), addressing the learning needs of ELL/ESL students.
  • Instructed all levels of student-learners, from Advanced Placement, to ESL and Special Education in a collaborative setting.
  • Collaborated with peers to design and teach an ESL and ELL curriculum to students of multiple skills levels.
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt lessons to a unique classroom environment that included struggling readers and ESL students.
  • Designed and instructed a duplicate 7th grade curriculum in Spanish to a group of 30 ESL students.
  • Designed curriculum and lessons to meet the SIOP model for a large population of ESL students.
  • Worked with ESL Teacher in scaffolding lessons to introduce new material for ESL students.
  • Manage plan and instruct comprehensive ESL program for international students using EDGE curriculum.
  • Manage and plan various courses with a concentration in ESL accommodations.
  • Provided academic support and enrichment as a Long-Term ESL Substitute Teacher.
  • Certified to teach Elementary 1-8 as well as ESL PK-12.
  • Experience with English as Second Language (ESL)
  • Instructed middle school ESL students' grades 6-8 in the area of social science.
  • Developed instructional videos for Region XIII of Texas Independent Schools modeling instruction for the English Second Language classroom (ESL).
  • Designed and directed a summer program of ESL through the use of theater (playwriting and acting).
  • School District Administrator, Social Studies, ESL (Special Education Multisubject Pending)
  • program, Lesley University, Colorado, 2008-9

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32. Internet

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  • Implement technological approaches to subject material and research educational resources on the Internet, assisting with informational retrieval.
  • Utilized Internet Explorer and Microsoft Power Point to incorporate graphics and historical information into instruction.
  • Researched educational resources on the Internet then implemented them into a diversified classroom setting.
  • Encouraged interactive learning by incorporating educational software and the internet.
  • Integrated technology into the curriculum by utilizing the internet for resources for history and current events in relation to student readings.
  • Used multiple resources for educational purposes: textbook, visual presentations, audio/ video, internet, and social media.
  • Used interactive whiteboard, PowerPoint, Word, Excel, the internet, and other computer programs to foster education.
  • Used technology to help students learn the different between reliable and unreliable sources on the internet through different projects.
  • Use of various internet resources to keep contact with school, parents, and prepare different activities for students.
  • Utilized open source (free) software to teach proper internet safety, touch typing, and research skills.
  • Integrated various technologies such as music, literature, video clips, Internet and simulations into classroom lessons.
  • Utilized Smart Boards and internet, on current events, history and literature to compliment learning activities.
  • Utilized the Internet for resources on current events, history and literature to complement learning activities.
  • Utilized computer resources, including educational software and the Internet, to promote interactive learning.
  • Partnered with school technology lab to increase student exposure to computer technology and the Internet.
  • Utilized Internet, PowerPoint, and other audiovisual materials to enhance lessons.
  • Work requires advanced computer skills and well developed internet research and use.
  • Used technology in the classroom and incorporated the Internet into lesson plans.
  • Use Internet to motivate and maximize student learning.
  • Trained staff on using internet-based behavior tracking system and supported teacher implementation.

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  • Served as an educator in the diverse Prince George's County Public Schools system.
  • Created alternative curriculum for high school students unable to attend public schools.
  • Mentor teacher for the Milwaukee Public Schools/Milwaukee Teacher Education Association Mentor Program.
  • Develop lesson plans according to Durham Public Schools 7th grade criteria.
  • Administered NC public schools required testing.
  • Prepared assigned classes and showed written evidence of preparation in accordance with Petersburg City Public Schools, state and federal guidelines.
  • Selected from competitive pool to join national teacher corps committed to teach in underserved urban public schools.
  • Created and implemented lessons following the Norwalk Public Schools Social Studies curriculum.

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  • Established positive relationships with students and parents, fostering a cooperative learning environment and open line of communication and support.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents through ongoing communication, conferences, and various classroom events where there participation was encouraged.
  • Promoted and implemented PBIS Established positive relationships with students, teachers and administrators.
  • Have excellent classroom management skills centering on creating positive relationships with students.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with students to promote academic achievement.
  • Maintained positive relationships with students and parents.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues, fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Maintained positive relationships with students and parents while holding students to a high standard of acceptable class work.
  • Fostered and maintained positive relationships with the faculty, students, and parents of the school.
  • Created positive relationships with students and parents in order to ensure students success and early intervention.
  • Maintained professional & positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues, and community members.
  • Developed positive relationships with students and parents while transitioning to a new teacher.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Worked to develop positive relationships with my students and their parents/legal guardians.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, colleagues, and administration.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents, schools and the community.
  • Cultivated positive relationships with students, parents, and staff.
  • Forge positive relationships between student and parent to ensure academic success.
  • Build positive relationships with members of the learningcommunity, and their respected stake holders.

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35. Student Records

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  • Maintain student records and implemented various means of communication between students, parents, and education administrators.
  • Compiled student achievement data and maintained confidential student records.
  • Prepared and maintained student records in areas related to attendance, discipline, emergency, health, and other pertinent records.
  • Managed student grades via 'Blackboard' and ensured accuracy and completeness of student records to Central office.
  • Administered tests and exams, maintained student records and notes, and provided overall classroom management.
  • Maintained individual student records using database including attendance, parent contact logs and grades.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by laws and district policies.
  • Maintain accurate student records on student attendance in assigned classroom.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records.
  • Maintained student records and scoring.
  • Lead Teacherresponsibilities include student and staff scheduling, substitute teacher coordinating, and workingwith student records.

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  • Planned and implemented lessons in one section of US History II and one section of World History over a six week course
  • Instructed 11th and 12th Graders in US History II & III at the college preparatory, collaborative and advanced level.
  • Designed and taught World History I and World History II courses to a diverse population of approximately 180 students.
  • Teach U.S. History I, U.S. History II, World History to students ages 17 and older.
  • Instructed Standard U.S. History II, World History, and Honors World History.
  • Instructed courses in World History II; Morality; Social Justice.
  • Implemented lessons that reinforced the VA standards for World History II.
  • Grade 11: US History II.
  • Piloted and taught Advanced Placement U.S. History and U.S. History II Organized guest speakers with first-person historical accounts, including WWII veterans
  • Certificate # 00371073 Instrumental in developing consistent, creative lessons for World Cultures/History, United States History II, and Criminology.
  • Teach AP U.S. History and Government, World History I, World History II, Economics, AP Psychology
  • Revised the World History II Benchmark tests for Bassett High School for increased rigor and academic performance.
  • Full Time Leave Replacement for AP US History, AP European History, and US History II.
  • See first 3 above bullets under St Anthony HS Taught US History I and US History II
  • Full time social studies teacher; U.S. History I and U.S. History II both levels 2 and 3

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  • Facilitated the Student Government Association as co-sponsor.
  • Facilitate bi-weekly student government meetings.
  • Founded the inaugural Student Government, including holding first ever student elections writing and drafting of Student Government Constitution.
  • Served as coach for boys basketball and soccer teams and faculty adviser for student government and debated team.
  • Coached varsity football, faculty sponsor to student government and sponsor of first high school history club.
  • Sponsored FBLA, Chess Club, National Junior Honor Society, Model UN, Student Government.
  • Served as Student Government Association and Mock Trial Team sponsor.
  • Coached baseball, coordinator for SADD and Student Government.
  • Facilitated Great Books program and student government.
  • Run the school student government program.
  • Worked as Student Government Advisor & Coordinator
  • Served as Advisor and Instructor for Student Government, working with students to achieve set goals for the year.
  • Served 6 years as a Technology Liaison, Student Government Moderator & Senior Prom Organizer.
  • Served as Student Government advisor and worked to involve students in community activities.
  • Serve as a Middle School Data Team member and Student Government Advisor.
  • Head of Student Activities and Student Government High School Basketball Coach
  • Served as advisor of Student Government Association.
  • Served as a student government advisor.
  • Job Duties: -Departmentalization- set- up program -Student Government Sponsor
  • Mentor to new teachers Supervised Student Government, Kids Voting representative Team leader for six teacher team

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38. Clear Objectives

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  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.
  • Guided the learning process toward the achievement of school curriculum goals and established clear objectives for all lessons and projects.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons and projects so students can achieve higher understanding of the course content.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate these objectives to students.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects to drive effective instructional delivery.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Developed schemes of work and lesson plans Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Established clear objectives and timeframe for each class.

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39. Subject Matter

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  • Ordered new textbooks for History/Social Studies Department utilizing extensive knowledge of quality subject matter texts.
  • Coordinated with subject matter experts to develop workshops/presentations for students on research and preservation.
  • Presented subject matter according to TEA guidelines while implementing differentiated instruction.
  • Created academic activities for subject matters.
  • Collaborated with 12th Grade English IV teacher to develop cross-curricular lessons to increase student engagement and understanding of subject matter.
  • Prepared lesson plans and delivered instruction to middle school students, to ensure a deep understanding of subject matter.
  • Engage in collaborative dialogue, problem solving, planning with colleagues, and curricular improvement with subject matter colleagues.
  • Organized guest speakers to come into the classroom to provide hands on experience with relevance to subject matter.
  • Instructed in science subject matter areas commonly found in a comprehensive middle school science education program.
  • Presented subject matter to students, using lecture and discussion; supervised role-playing methods.
  • Created curriculum in compliance with state requirement for grade and subject matter.
  • Present subject matter according to guidelines established by The Texas Education Agency.
  • Integrated across content areas by working with teachers of different subject matters.
  • Instructed students in citizenship and basic subject matter in social studies.
  • Served as the subject matter expert in assigned classes.
  • Provided hands on experience with relevance to subject matter.
  • Attended conferences to enhance knowledge in subject matter.
  • Created lessons and tests for subject matter.
  • Deliver a wide variety of subject matter and advanced placements courses to diverse students through the eCollege platform.
  • Succeed in maintaining a structured classroom where students displayed interest in the subject matter, participated in monthly

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40. Test Scores

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  • Planned and presented various Social Studies department in-services designed to improve classroom instruction, classroom management, and higher test scores.
  • Work with colleagues to assure best practices in order to help students achieve their potential and to increase state test scores.
  • Collaborate with teachers of all grade levels to evaluate standardized test scores and develop plans for improvement for individual students.
  • Improved the test scores from the previous year with students taking the PARCC assessment for the first time.
  • Managed to raise the test scores and grades of my students in math, reading and social studies.
  • Produced among the highest 4th grade standardized test scores in the state in the area of science.
  • Assisted in significantly raising standardized state test scores in all major subjects and successfully transforming school culture.
  • Increased test scores by three percent in the seventh grade on state standardized social studies exams.
  • Use computer software to Maintain date involving student records, long term plans, and test scores
  • Implemented EOI strategies, to raise test scores when the previous teacher resigned mid-year.
  • Surpassed district test scores on common assessments for students in both subject areas.
  • Disseminated information to parents and students regarding class and test scores.
  • State test scores in 6th Reading/Writing doubled from previous year.
  • Credited for increasing 8th Grade Constitution Test scores consistently.
  • Elevated student test scores by five percent.
  • Raised test scores of at risk children.
  • Recognized for the highest average test scores
  • Increased Test Scores from 64% Commended to 100% Pass 94% Commended.
  • Achieved student growth by improving overall test scores from students that hadpreviously struggled in prior Social Studies courses.
  • Selected accomplishments Significantly increased test scores on IOWA and ISAT.

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41. Political Science

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Here's how Political Science is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Developed a curriculum and instructed 7th grade students in academic areas including history, American government, geography and political science.
  • Retained to instruct English Literature, American History, Financial Education, Human Development, Government, Political Science and Communication.
  • Certified to teach geography, psychology, sociology, U.S. history, world history, political science, and economics.
  • Certified in Middle Grades 4-8, 7-12 World History, Geography, American History, and Political Science.
  • Earned life licenses in Political Science, History, and Broad Field Social Studies.

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42. Subject Areas

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  • Developed detailed lesson plans that focused on history and citizenship while incorporating other subject areas.
  • Attended multiple economic conferences and training seminars to improve teaching and understanding in subject areas.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans based on the aforementioned subject areas.
  • Designed various cross-curriculum activities to enhance connections between core subject areas.
  • Coordinated curriculum integration and best practices instruction in multiple subject areas.
  • Educated high school students in the following subject areas: United States Government, United States History, and World History.
  • Introduced curriculum of International Baccalaureate in the subject areas of European History, 20th Century World History and Economics.
  • Coach - Cross Country & Track Subject Areas taught: World History, Economics, Civics, and US History
  • Utilize a hands-on approach towards teaching combining projects, reports, plays and discussion into core subject areas.
  • Instruct students in grades 3-8 in the subject areas of General Studies under the Tennessee Apprentice/Professional Teaching License.
  • Keep up to date with developments in my subject areas, new resources, and methods.
  • Organized assemblies, Math Bees, and fairs that enhance the education of all subject areas.
  • Instructed pupils in social studies subject areas as prescribed by state and district policies.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans to support the Language Arts and Science subject areas.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans in subject areas for all grade levels.
  • Provide additional support for struggling students in all subject areas.
  • Incorporated multiple subject areas into social studies curriculum in order to enhance student understanding of commonalities among various subject areas.
  • Utilized varied teaching techniques to meet the needs of visual, kinesthetic and auditory learners for all subject areas.
  • Subject areas: 8th grade Modern American History and 8th grade Basic Skills.
  • Created a standards based, content centered classroom for both subject areas.

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43. Summative Assessments

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  • Provided daily instruction, analyzed student learning, planed and administered a variety of formative and summative assessments
  • Used differentiated instruction as well as both formative and summative assessments to evaluate student achievement.
  • Participated in profession development in professional learning communities, formative and summative assessments.
  • Designed and implemented fair, challenging and relevant formative and summative assessments.
  • Conducted regular formative and summative assessments, provided feedback for improvement.
  • Address individual student needs through teacher-designed evaluative and summative assessments TECHNOLOGY.
  • Worked with department colleagues to develop common formative and summative assessments.
  • Collected data from formative and summative assessments for student improvement.
  • Evaluated and assessed students through formative and summative assessments.
  • Monitored student progress with formative and summative assessments.
  • Prepared and presented lessons using various strategies: differentiation, CRISS, technology and formative and summative assessments.
  • Monitored individual student's progress using state and district assessment results, along with formative and summative assessments.
  • Create formative and summative assessments to ensure that the learning goals of all students are being met.
  • Collaborated with department colleagues to create common formative assessments, summative assessments, and CAPT activities.
  • Implemented broad ranges of formative and summative assessments to maximize impact of curriculum.
  • Created meaningful formative and summative assessments based on unit and weekly lessons.
  • Utilized with formative and summative assessments to assess student growth.
  • Create formative and summative assessments.
  • Culminated with summative assessments on both creative student writing and literary analysis utilizing primary and secondary sources.
  • Used student data from pre-unit, formative and summative assessments to help inform classroom instruction.

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45. Pbis

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  • Implemented Positive Behavioral interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Response to Intervention (RTI) in the classroom.
  • Team leader for the development of a school wide positive behavioral intervention system at Enterprise (PBIS)
  • Implemented Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) to encourage positive student behavior and initiative.
  • Lead Teacher for the 7th and 8th grade Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS) team.
  • Helped in the creation of a token reward economy for students and corresponding PBIS related events.
  • Coordinated PBIS (positive behavior intervention and supports) team activities to promote positive school culture.
  • Instructed staff and students in PBIS and CHAMPS behavioral expectations.
  • Conducted school wide program evaluation on the PBIS program.
  • Team member that implemented school-wide PBIS.
  • Coordinate PBIS training Provide PBIS Awareness Presentations Awarded Gold for school year 2015/2016 - Oxon Hill Middle School
  • Teach English to sixth graders Team leader School Improvement Committee Cheerleading Coach Yearbook Advisor PBIS committee

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46. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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  • Observed and participated in parent-teacher conferences and contributed feedback in course material selection, department objectives and institution direction.
  • Participated in parent open house, parent-teacher conferences, and after school professional development meetings.
  • Meet with parents during parent-teacher conferences and as necessary to maintain achievement and student discipline.
  • Maintained effective written and verbal communication through parent-teacher conferences, and telephone contacts.
  • Maintain constant communication with parents, and participate in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Strengthened parent-teacher and parent-child communication by holding regular parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attended course team/faculty meetings and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Played an active role during parent-teacher conferences, and updated parents regularly on their child's progress in the classroom.
  • Administered common unit assessments, MEAP testing, assigned marking period grades and conducted parent-teacher conferences for 140 students.
  • Discussed students' learning progress in class with parents during parent-teacher conferences and throughout the school year.
  • Initiated contact with parents to address students' behavioral problems; conducted parent-teacher conferences and CSE meetings.
  • Develop and implement daily lesson plans, assess student work, and participate in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated and managed fall parent night, parent-teacher conferences and 8th grade parent night.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on student's academic performance.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences to discuss each student's ability, achievement level and progress.
  • Participated in district meetings, PTA meetings, and Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Engaged and lead in regular parent-teacher conferences and faculty committees.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences twice during the school year.
  • Mentored student teachers and other college/graduate students interested in the profession Conducted parent-teacher conferences based on academics and behavioral concerns.
  • Organized individualized Education Plans Facilitated Parent-Teacher Conferences to communicate students' progress Motivated students to grow, learn and improve daily

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47. Small Groups

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  • Worked with small groups of struggling students on strengthening vital reading skills such as fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary development.
  • Tutored seventh and eighth grade students in district after-school program where small groups of students were assisted with literacy development.
  • Tutored students in Social Studies one-on-one or in small groups to improve STAAR Exam Scores in Social Studies.
  • Develop innovative curriculum to instruct individual students, small groups, and classes of 30 + students.
  • Developed thematic Global Studies units to instruct individual students, small groups and classes 20+.
  • Boosted student reading abilities by implementing phonics instructions to small groups in learning technology centers.
  • Provided AIS Reading Small Groups focused on comprehension, running records and testing strategies.
  • Tutored small groups of students for the state-wide Math testing to help improve scores.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them improve reading scores.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Worked with individual students and/or small groups to develop academic and behavioral skills.
  • Work with children who are in need of additional instruction in small groups.
  • Planned and presented various social studies lessons to individuals or small groups.
  • Work with students in small groups to ensure academic growth.
  • Instructed whole class, small groups, and individual students.

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48. Accurate Records

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  • Monitored and maintained accurate records by applying computerized generated data, data entry, retrieval, word processing and internet software.
  • Maintain accurate records, differentiate instruction for multiple behavioral and ability levels.
  • Maintained organized and accurate records of students' growth and needs via PowerSchool, School Loop, and others communicative mediums.
  • Keep accurate records of student performance, maintaining the confidentiality of student records and information at all times.
  • Maintain accurate records for student attendance, grades, progress reports, and transcripts.
  • Maintained accurate records of student grades, lesson plans, and student-parent communication.
  • Maintained accurate records and used records for developing new priorities.
  • Maintained accurate records of grades and student attendance.
  • Maintain accurate records and data reflecting student grades.
  • Maintained accurate records for student grades, IEPs, 504, attendance and for the purposes of teacher assigned grouping.

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49. Administrative Regulations

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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in Social Studies Teacher jobs:
  • Teach instructional subjects according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, charter polices and administrative regulations.
  • Maintained accurate and correct student records as required by laws and administrative regulations.
  • Instruct students in citizenship and administrative regulations.
  • Instruct students in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of the school district.
  • Presented subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, Board of Trustee policies, and administrative regulations.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Social Studies Teacher

World History

14.4%

Social Studies

14.4%

Classroom Management

14.0%

Curriculum Development

12.4%

Lesson Plans

7.2%

Student Learning

5.8%

Geography

4.2%

American Government

3.7%

Economics

3.2%

Special Needs

3.2%

Class Activities

2.6%

Language Arts

2.5%

US History

2.5%

Psychology

1.6%

Civics

1.6%

Grade Level

1.4%

IEP

1.4%

Literacy

1.3%

Instructional Materials

1.3%

Mathematics

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Social Studies Teacher

Rank Skill
1 World History 12.7%
2 Social Studies 12.7%
3 Classroom Management 12.3%
4 Curriculum Development 10.9%
5 Lesson Plans 6.4%
6 Student Learning 5.1%
7 Geography 3.7%
8 American Government 3.2%
9 Economics 2.9%
10 Special Needs 2.8%
11 Class Activities 2.3%
12 Language Arts 2.2%
13 US History 2.2%
14 Psychology 1.4%
15 Civics 1.4%
16 Grade Level 1.2%
17 IEP 1.2%
18 Literacy 1.2%
19 Instructional Materials 1.1%
20 Mathematics 1.1%
21 State Standards 1.0%
22 Sociology 0.9%
23 Varsity 0.9%
24 Girls 0.8%
25 Staff Members 0.6%
26 Powerpoint 0.5%
27 Core Subjects 0.5%
28 Current Events 0.5%
29 Global History 0.5%
30 Literature 0.5%
31 ESL 0.4%
32 Internet 0.4%
33 Public Schools 0.4%
34 Positive Relationships 0.4%
35 Student Records 0.3%
36 History II 0.3%
37 Student Government 0.3%
38 Clear Objectives 0.3%
39 Subject Matter 0.3%
40 Test Scores 0.3%
41 Political Science 0.3%
42 Subject Areas 0.3%
43 Summative Assessments 0.2%
44 US Army 0.2%
45 Pbis 0.2%
46 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.2%
47 Small Groups 0.2%
48 Accurate Records 0.2%
49 Administrative Regulations 0.2%
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