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Top 49 Special Education Aide Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Education Aide. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Education Aide resumes they appeared on. For example, 21.5% of Special Education Aide resumes contained Special Needs as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Education Aide actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Special Education Aide:

1. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Assisted special education teacher with math and reading resource classes for fourth, fifth and sixth graders with special needs.
  • Help students with special needs(Autism, down syndrome) do everyday things and participate in activities
  • Assist special needs children during the school day with specialized programming designed to maximize their education experience.
  • Assisted a special needs youth on a one-on-one basis in his studies in a classroom environment.
  • Assist members of the congregation with the care of their special needs children during church services.
  • Schedule and conduct home calls for various families all of whom have special needs children.
  • Worked with special needs children, creating a safe and secure environment to inspire learning.
  • Assist special needs students and teacher to complete assigned work; assist with classroom supervision
  • Assigned to work one on one in the classroom with special needs students.
  • Worked one on one with a four-year-old special needs autistic child.
  • Supported special education teachers with their special needs students.
  • Assisted a special needs student with daily activities.
  • Proctored special needs students for the ISAT.
  • Provided assistance to children with special needs.
  • Maintain safety for special needs students.
  • Provided customized assistance to children with a variety of special needs and made positive contributions optimizing learning engagement.
  • Provided one-on-one sessions with special needs child which helped foster the child s development.
  • Provided all instruction for one special needs student.
  • Delivered one-on-one assistance to special needs child utilizing strategies that promoted good citizenship, individuality and independence.

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2. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Prepared and used educational activities to reinforce lessons, assisted teacher in classroom management and daily activities with students.
  • Managed students with developmental disabilities and taught differentiated curriculum -Supported classroom management needs while employing positive reinforcement
  • Implemented various classroom management techniques for maintaining student attention, involvement and discipline.
  • Participated in development, maintenance, and implementation of systems for classroom management.
  • Provide material preparation, operations and activity support and classroom management assistance.
  • Assisted teacher with classroom management and technology applications.
  • Provide instructional support to classroom students with daily assignments by lesson interpretation, classroom management, and assistance with computer use.
  • Assist teacher in classroom management, and work with a diverse group of students while assessing their individual needs.
  • Helped 6th-8th Special Education Aid, duties included teaching, IEP preparation, classroom management and Parent meetings.
  • Assist teacher in implementing classroom management and social skill training, including one-on-one student assistance when needed.
  • Assist in classroom management and behavioral interventions, creating an environment that is appropriate for learning.
  • Assist in classroom management such as putting away coats, getting students seated and taking roll.
  • Use Responsive Classroom Management to settle disputes and create a nurturing, academic learning environment.
  • Facilitate classes in absence of teachers and help maintain classroom management.
  • Assisted in classroom management and in lower level reading groups
  • Assist teacher with classroom management and behavioral issues.
  • Ensured classroom management by setting rules and limits.
  • Supported the teacher's classroom management.
  • Assisted teacher with classroom management Provided academic and behavioral support to children with Autism and learning disabilities
  • Implemented students' IEPs under direction of special education teacher Adapted activities to increase content accessibility Assisted classroom teacher with classroom management

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3. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Work with the Guidance Counselor on a daily basis to communicate any behavioral issues with the students in the classroom.
  • Address behavioral issues and work with the student, teachers and administrators to reach positive resolutions.
  • Monitored grade averages, behavioral issues and reported progress to case managers.
  • Assist with behavioral issues and special needs for instructional planning.
  • Provide assistance when dealing with behavioral issues.
  • Assisted identified 6th grade student with academic and behavioral issues Provided individual home instruction for same identified 6th grade student

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4. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Supported lead teachers in self-contained/inclusion classroom, assisted in time management, behavioral modifications, and IEP goals for student.
  • Perform long range lesson planning to support IEP goals for 1st-6th grade students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Implemented Individual Education Programs (IEP) as outlined on the student's IEP.
  • Copy, collate and file confidential student IEP and 504 files.
  • Implement IEP plans that ensure students' success in the classroom.
  • Plan and present lesson to children to help reach IEP goals.
  • Contribute to evaluation and goals during the student's IEP meeting.
  • Prepare all files and paperwork for IEP/IPRD Meetings.
  • Attended and contributed vital data for IEP meetings.
  • Helped enforce IEP goals of each individual.
  • Prepare documentation for each student according to individual needs.Provide behavior intervention plans by following the students IEP's or BIP.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of IEPs of special needs students, ranging from 3rd grade to 8th grade.
  • Help to maintain the structure and individualized support each child requires, as identified by their IEPs.
  • Served scholar needs based on scholar IEPs both in and out of general education classroom.
  • Helped document a child's achievement of goals in the child's IEP.
  • Provided support for teachers in implementing IEPs for students in grades 3-5.
  • Corresponded with instructor to implement students IEPs and classroom lesson plans.
  • Helped implement and follow thru with students IEP goals
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Provided input to teacher on development and revision of four IEPs prior to the scheduled annual IEP meetings.

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5. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assist in implementing student learning strategies integrate critical thinking with instructional activities, motivated student engagement and encourage meaningful learning activities.
  • Adapted to student learning disabilities and assumed responsibility for assisting with emotional and behavioral concerns.
  • Execute applied behavioral analysis through discrete trial instruction which maximizes student learning
  • Assessed student learning and made necessary improvements.
  • Assist with implementing IEP goals and student behavior plans to ensure effective and safe student learning while meeting educational goals.
  • Participate with teacher in the execution of student behavior plans for the purpose of ensuring effective and safe student learning.
  • Conduct assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan for instructional activities.
  • Foster and sustain student learning with PBIS supports.
  • Assist the classroom teacher with student learning, management and healthcare needs.
  • Demonstrated all physical activities associated with the student learning (i.e.

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6. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provided differentiated instructions in small groups.
  • Worked with special needs students in grades 9 through 12 assisting in all subject areas in small groups and one-to-one settings.
  • Work with individual students or small groups to develop motor skills and conduct instructional exercise assigned by the teacher.
  • Lead small groups in lessons, tutor students one-on-one, proctor examinations, and manage classroom behavior as necessary.
  • Work with students individually or in small groups in accordance with plans developed by the specialist and educator.
  • Work with small groups of children in academic subjects such as reading, spelling, and math.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Provide academic and behavior support to individual student or small groups within the general education setting.
  • Work with students individually or in small groups to reinforce and follow up instruction.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Tutor individual and small groups of students with special learning needs.
  • Worked with students individually and with students in small groups.
  • Facilitate small groups using curriculum provided by the school.
  • Instruct special needs students in large and small groups.
  • Conducted study sessions of small groups or individual students.
  • Lead small groups in educational and classroom activities.
  • Supervised students independently and in small groups.
  • Tutored severely emotional students Kindergarten thru 5th grade, prepared paperwork and tutored students one on one and in small groups.
  • Design and execute small groups lesson plans and activities based on specific needs of each student.
  • Lead small groups in reading/math lessons Adapt curriculum to fit students' needs Meet with parents and school staff about students

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7. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Executed lesson plans, supervised weekly thematic field trips, and participated in conferences for alternative academic educators.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Provided assistance to Special Education Teacher grading papers, preparing lesson plans, teaching students organizational skills, writing projects,
  • Help prepare lesson plans and aides to best fit the needs of the students in his/her charge.
  • Assist children in executing day's tasks; prepare lead instructor lesson plans and classroom materials
  • Collaborate in the implementation of the daily lesson plans by performing tasks that reinforce learning.
  • Prepared & delivered lesson plans for 150+ students while maintaining classroom safety and control.
  • Developed lesson plans with academic rigor that challenged students in math and science.
  • Followed lesson plans prepared by the teacher and implemented activities for the children.
  • Assisted Special Education teacher with daily lesson plans for activities and lessons.
  • Developed individual education plans and lesson plans for special needs children.
  • Helped prepare daily lesson plans for activities and lessons.
  • Assisted teacher in lesson plans and provided appropriate.
  • Helped facilitate the teacher's lesson plans.
  • Implemented director's lesson plans.
  • Assisted teachers in implementing individual student lesson plans - Engaged individual students in their adaptive physical education exercises
  • work closely with teachers to prepare lesson plans that best fit the needs of students.
  • Address multiple intelligences of each student through lesson plans and materials.
  • Executed daily operations of teacher designed I.E.Ps and specially created lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans Assisted with parent /teacher conferences Worked one on one with students Made copies, graded papers, etc.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Instructed individual student on a one-on-one basis in mathematics.
  • Tutored mathematics and all other curriculum.
  • Worked with two Autistic children to help them socialize with peers in summer day camp Tutored both students in reading and mathematics
  • Assisted in evaluations, which included reading, comprehension, mathematics, as well as fine and gross motor skills.
  • Work one-on-one with a developmentally disabled First Grade student, expanding on lessons and working on Literacy and Mathematics.
  • Required to teach various subjects according to students grade level such as Reading Writing and Mathematics.
  • Assisted special education teacher in resource area; tutored students in reading and mathematics.
  • Assisted students with mathematics, reading, writing, and social/life skills.
  • Worked daily on reading, writing, mathematics and creative writing.
  • Conduct independent reading, writing, and mathematics lessons.
  • Applied various learning strategies for literacy and mathematics.

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9. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assist in modifying instructional materials and assist special education students with technology tests and assessments.
  • Develop or modify curricula and prepare lessons and instructional materials according to ability level.
  • Helped teachers prepare and manage instructional materials for disabled students.
  • Differentiated instructional materials to enable students to access curriculum.
  • Assisted Special Education Teacher with modifications of lessons for students with varied abilities and instructional materials that met individual IEP goals.
  • Performed a variety of clerical duties: prepared and duplicated instructional materials, ordered supplies, operated a computer and software.
  • Assisted in preparing and modifying instructional materials, quizzes and tests for classroom and special education teachers.
  • Perform clerical duties which include grading assignments, written observations, instructional materials, and reports cards.
  • Assist the teacher in the care and maintenance of the classroom and Instructional materials.
  • Assisted in preparation, use and maintenance of instructional materials and equipment.
  • Provided support to the teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Perform clerical tasks to help the teacher get instructional materials ready.
  • Support the classroom teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom activities.
  • Create instructional materials and procedures consistent with student needs and behaviors.
  • Assist teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Prepare instructional materials and learning aides for students.
  • Prepare instructional materials and reports to communicate student progress.
  • Supported the teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays Worked with individual students and groups to reinforce skills
  • Assist in the preparation of instructional materials Record the individual progress of Special Education students.
  • clean up after various class projects, adapted instructional materials, audiovisual equipment, etc.)

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10. Appropriate Social

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Here's how Appropriate Social is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Utilized Applied Behavior Management strategies such as modeling appropriate social behavior and functional skills.
  • Support students with emotional or behavior concerns and assist them in developing appropriate social skills.
  • Assist students in developing appropriate social skills.
  • recess), observed and intervened to assist in the development of appropriate social skills and behaviors.
  • discipline, accidents, inappropriate social behavior, etc.)

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11. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Care for patient by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Assist students with physical needs and personal care including feeding, bathroom needs, and personal hygiene and changing diapers.
  • Assisted severely disabled students with personal care, educational climates, motivational strategies, life skills, and transitional vocations.
  • Cared for disabled adult by feeding, changing and assisting with their personal care while being a companion.
  • Assisted students with personal care services such as self-care needs, feeding, toileting, and activities.
  • Assisted 7 children with personal care activities mobility issues and lifted and operated special adaptive equipment.
  • Provide personal care, medical care, and feeding of students as stated in IEP.
  • Supervised students on local and out-of-town field trips Supervised personal care needs of the student.
  • Learned different medical terms as well as helped the personal care of disabled children.
  • Assist teacher with assign task, monitor students, and personal care
  • Assisted with the schooling and personal care of special needs kids.
  • Provided personal care and assistance for a student with disabilities.
  • Assisted students requiring support in addressing personal care needs.
  • Performed personal care of special needs students.
  • Assisted with personal care procedures as needed.
  • Assisted the family with planning, grooming, preparing meals, bathing, feeding, activities, and any personal care.
  • Assist students with personal care tasks including but not limited to lavatory, clothing, hygiene, toileting and wash-up routines.
  • Assisted with students' personal care; feeding, hygiene, mobility Responsible for maintaining the classroom and equipment
  • Incorporate behavioral strategies, personal care, and social skills development on a daily basis.
  • Provide personal care/hygiene (i.e.

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12. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Collaborate with other teachers or administrators to develop, evaluate, or revise kindergarten or elementary school programs.
  • Tutored individual or small groups of developmentally disabled students from kindergarten to transitional age.
  • Modify the general kindergarten or elementary education curriculum for special-needs students.
  • Worked with developmentally challenged student, Kindergarten through Second Grade.
  • Provided one-on-one support for a Kindergarten student with autism.
  • Work closely with small and large groups of Kindergarten through Grade 5 students to achieve their goals.
  • Assisted in Kindergarten and First grade classrooms primarily in math and language arts classes.
  • Worked with a different student each year ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade.
  • Last year I worked in the Kindergarten ICT classroom collaborating with two teachers.
  • Worked one on with an autistic child while she transitioned into kindergarten.
  • Assist with typically developing students' education needs in the kindergarten classroom.
  • Run and maintain a classroom setting of 10-12 severely handicapped Kindergarten children.
  • Assisted the kindergarten teacher in all phases of a full- program.
  • Worked on social skills while introducing her to kindergarten activities.
  • Assisted teachers in kindergarten and first grade classrooms.
  • Substitute teacher in various classrooms, kindergarten-grade 12
  • Aided in the daily activities of a student with special needs in a mainstream kindergarten classroom.
  • Administered a small group classroom language program for three kindergarteners under a supervising SLP.
  • Fall of 2012 moved to Pre-kindergarten PPCD, lead with the 4's in the morning session.
  • Worked with Kindergarten and 1st grade students in a full instruction special education setting Implements Fundations literacy program

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13. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Participated in daily activities, training sessions and special activities to assist in the implementation of educational goals.
  • Provide help to special education teacher, with filling, organizing, and preparation of daily activities.
  • Assist special needs children with daily activities as well assist teachers with preparing materials for daily learning.
  • Aided teacher's in classrooms for special education students by helping with schoolwork and daily activities.
  • Documented students' daily activities for the purpose of completing daily logs and data collection.
  • Assisted with daily activities, school work, and socialization skills.
  • Assist the CDS classroom teacher in daily activities of the class.
  • Assisted diverse groups of students with daily activities and transportation.
  • Assist a student with physical limitations with daily activities.
  • Assist daily activities in a 4th grade room.
  • Work and special Ed kids with daily activities.
  • Helped students carry out their daily activities.
  • Assisted Special Needs child with daily activities
  • Help special needs children with daily activities
  • Assisted in all daily activities.
  • Accompanied student through daily activities.
  • Performed tasks, such as brailling books, reading braille, and guiding the student with both class and daily activities.
  • Assisted children with special needs with daily activities and programming Provided supervision and safety insurance while on field trips
  • Assisted the teacher with daily activities Worked directly in the education and care of the children
  • Mentored students through class assignments Organized classroom for daily activities and lessons Supported staff when needed in the school

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14. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Tutored mentally handicapped 4th grader in regular classroom setting.
  • Assist students and teachers in a variety of classroom settings and schools throughout the district from preschool to high school.
  • Designed remedial games and instructional activities for individual one-on-one tutoring, both in and out of the classroom setting.
  • Assisted all students in classroom setting to help them perform at a level commensurate with their academic potential.
  • Assist child with disabilities in a classroom setting with class work and provide overall supervision in the playground.
  • Engaged, redirected and assisted special needs elementary school children on a daily basis in the classroom setting.
  • Worked diligently in both self contained and multiply disabled classroom settings under direct guidance of teachers.
  • Worked one on one with special education students in and out of a classroom setting.
  • Assist the classroom teacher with support for special needs children within the mainstream classroom setting.
  • Worked with special needs students in the classroom setting and on an individual basis.
  • Helped them to Adapt to society and be included in a regular classroom setting.
  • Instruct basic subjects for learning delayed children in a classroom setting.
  • Supervised children with autism in a classroom setting and field trips.
  • Assisted adolescents with severe mental disorders in a classroom setting.
  • Assist special need students in a classroom setting.
  • Supported individual students within the classroom setting.
  • Supported students in all classroom settings.
  • Supervised students in classroom setting.
  • Provided instructional support socially, behaviorally and academically challenged students in mainstream classroom setting Modified curriculum for special needs students
  • Assist teachers in an inclusionary classroom setting.

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15. Positive Reinforcement Method

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method with children.

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Here's how Social Development is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assist teachers or other professionals in achieving instructional objectives and social development.
  • Assist in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the facilitator and classroom teachers.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Worked in conjunction with teachers in the educational and social development of students.
  • Assisted in organizing activities to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Observed children s performance, behavior and social development.
  • Support children emotional and social development,encouraging and understanding of others positive self concepts.
  • Assist in developing individual education plans (IEPs) designed to promote educational, physical, and social development.
  • Worked with individual educational plans (IEPs) to promote students' educational, physical, and social development.
  • Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) Knowledge of emotional and social development stages.

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17. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provide behavior management and instructional supports to children with intellectual and developmental disabilities on a one to one basis.
  • Provided academic and behavioral assistance for a high school special education student with developmental disabilities.
  • Provide one-on-one or class support to children with special needs/developmental disabilities at childcare sites.
  • Provided academic and behavioral support to scholars with developmental disabilities and behavioral disorders.
  • Assisted students with physical and developmental disabilities according to their individualized needs.
  • Provide 1:1 educational and behavioral support to children with developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted children with developmental disabilities.
  • Assist the teacher with small group instruction and the supervision of other children with developmental disabilities.
  • Assist, encourage, and support high school students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities.
  • Teach academics as well as living skills to students with developmental disabilities or delays.
  • Assist 18 to 21 year old students with developmental disabilities in developing life skills.
  • Present Assist teachers in helping children who have developmental disabilities or delays.
  • Full time position assisting and supporting adults with developmental disabilities in their natural environments, including their family home and/or community.
  • Assist 12 adolescents with moderate to severe developmental disabilities and emotional disturbances in aself-contained classroom.

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18. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to ensure modified curriculum align with grade level lessons.
  • Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Provide instruction to a variety of age levels from Kindergarten to 12th grade levels in Art related topics.
  • Provided assistance throughout the district on an as-needed basis for all grade levels and special needs categories.
  • Tutor - Emotional Disturbance Unit -Supervise and provide assistance to students in 1st to 3rd grade level.
  • Assisted with general clerical work; copying and organizing lessons according to grade level.
  • Supported multiple subjects and grade levels to ensure special education students' success.
  • Assisted teachers with classroom activities in elementary and middle school grade levels.
  • Mentor at-risk elementary students to achieve promotion to next grade level.
  • Assist in supervision of students in cafeteria with various grade levels.
  • Helped parents and student transition from different grade levels.
  • Certified to administer state tests for all grade levels.
  • Test students for grade levels and goal achievement.
  • Collaborate with grade level teachers.

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19. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality of student records and classroom information in accordance with legal requirements and policies.
  • Maintain the confidentiality of student records and information according to established guidelines.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality concerning student records.
  • Maintained student records, logs of screenings, inquires, wait lists, lists for accepted and non-accepted applicants.
  • Collect data, and maintain student records and charts for determining student progress in collaboration with the teacher.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, or administrative regulations.
  • Maintain accurate background data for student records, and prepare reports on children and activities.
  • Assisted in maintaining student records and provided feedback as requested by the ALE teacher.
  • Maintained student records, monitored students, and prepared food to meet student needs.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records to prepare student behavior and progress reports.
  • Assist in completing required documentation for student records and to maintain compliance.
  • Collect data and maintain student records and charts for determining student progress.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by state standards.
  • Collect data, and maintain student records and student progress.
  • Maintained student records on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Maintain and file student records using Office 365.
  • Maintained student records to document attendance and progress.
  • Assist classroom teachers with maintaining student records.
  • Created reports and maintained student records.
  • Maintain various records and files Copy, scan, and file student records Answer phone calls Other duties that are assigned

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Here's how ABA is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Created and maintained database of registration, contact and medical information for all students
  • Maintain and update filing, inventory, mailing, and database systems, either manually or using a computer.
  • Worked with preschool aged child with autism in an ABA setting to improve his spontaneous language skills.
  • Performed discrete trials as well as engaging the children in hands-on activities in an ABA classroom.
  • Test and consult in the development of new Lobbyist Database Application for the Nebraska Legislature.
  • Practiced Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) to extinguish undesirable behaviors and increase positive behaviors.
  • Provide correctional counseling and ABA therapy by building a rapport to instill positive change.
  • Conduct discrete trial training (DTT) daily as well as ABA therapy.
  • Utilize ABA techniques when working with students to prevent or improve behavior.
  • Assist students and staff in using on-line or CD-ROM reference databases.
  • Provided in-home ABA instruction for students on the Autism Spectrum.
  • Conduct individual and group instructional activities, including ABA trials.
  • Utilized and documented applied behavioral analysis (ABA) techniques.
  • Administered behavioral plans under the direction of the ABA Teacher.
  • Completed training modules on using ABA and discrete trial training.
  • Attend training seminars to further my knowledge on ABA.
  • Followed structured ABA program on a daily basis.
  • Implemented and utilized ABA tactics to assist students.
  • Certified in ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis)
  • Attended ongoing workshops related to current ABA/CAPS guidelines.

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21. Reinforce Learning Concepts

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Here's how Reinforce Learning Concepts is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups to help master assignments and reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Assist students, individually and in a group, with assignments to present and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Supervised both small and whole group lessons to complete work and reinforce learning concepts.

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22. Cerebral Palsy

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Here's how Cerebral Palsy is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Worked 1:1 with a high school student with Cerebral Palsy as she was integrated into the mainstream classroom.
  • Helped a student with cerebral palsy with eating, playing, speech, and gesture development
  • Assist individuals with Autism, Down syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy in an inclusive classroom.
  • Instruct students with disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, and down syndrome.
  • Assigned primarily to a 5-year old wheelchair bound student with cerebral palsy.
  • Provided individual support to 5-yr-old child with cerebral palsy, including assistive technology
  • Help children with special needs including Cerebral Palsy, Asperger's, Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism and OCD.
  • Administered direct physical care to a student with cerebral palsy Attended classes and physical therapy with student
  • Provided aid for child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and child diagnosed with autism.
  • Work as a one-to-one aide for a pre-school student with cerebral palsy.
  • School routine with a student with Cerebral Palsy Also took care of him at his residence afterschool

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24. Paraprofessional

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Here's how Paraprofessional is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents and co-workers regarding my skills as a paraprofessional.
  • Maintain high level of confidentiality *CPR certified and Paraprofessional license
  • Job Titles: Non-Instructional Paraprofessional/ Special
  • Represented paraprofessionals as a member of the Local School Council and part of the principal selection process.
  • Worked as a special needs paraprofessional for fifth and sixth grade students.
  • Substituted for special needs paraprofessionals in all district schools.

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25. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Work with students identified as learning disabled, speech and language impaired, seriously emotionally disturbed, ADD/ADHD, & Autistic.
  • Direct responsibility for providing daily instruction and support to one ADHD student.
  • Work with special needs (Autism, ADD, ADHD, LD etc) children ages 3-5 years of age.
  • Employed as a Personal Aide at Clearwater Elementary to a student who is autistic, obsessive compulsive, and has ADHD.
  • Help with a Down syndrome childHelp with an Autistic and Adhd childHelp with a child with brain damage

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26. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provide follow-up on acceptable occupational and physical therapy.
  • Attended her occupational and physical therapy sessions.
  • Observed and participated in multiple kinds of therapy sessions, including occupational, speech, and physical therapy.
  • Helped with homework, bathroom duties, physical therapy, eating, and social skills.
  • Assist with adaptive physical education classes/physical therapy (track, weight, etc.)
  • Apply and remove physical therapy appliances to ensure student has the proper equipment.
  • Assisted in the physical therapy of certain special needs students.
  • Help in group and individual speech/physical therapy sessions.
  • Remove physical therapy appliances as instructed (e.g.
  • Assisted with physical therapy,occupational therapy andspeech therapy Provided personal care andmedical assistance to students with disabilities

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27. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provide Reading, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies special education intensive instruction for students 1st- 4th grade.
  • Assisted all students on caseload with math, language arts, science, and social studies assignments.
  • Provided instructional support to the Social Studies and Science departments for 7/8th grades.
  • Adapted curriculum for language arts, social studies, and science.
  • Attend and assist with regular Social Studies, Science, Math, Art, and Music classes.
  • Worked in the classroom helping children with learning disabilities with their Math, Social Studies, and Science Labs.
  • Instructed student in Math, English, Social Studies and Science to achieve regular class status.
  • Develop reading and social studies curriculum for groups of 4 or fewer students.
  • Coached 7th and 8th grade UIL Academic Contest in Social Studies.

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28. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Used positive guidance and behavior management techniques to create a warm, accepting and safe environment that encouraged children.
  • Developed and managed plans to provide clients with the goal of maintaining a healthy, safe environment.
  • Monitored attendance, and monitored the students' needs, maintained a fun and safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment for students and staff, utilizing safe and effective behavior management strategies.
  • Maintained a level of professionalism and tact while providing a fun and safe environment for students.
  • Make sure all students are in a safe environment and learning effectively in the classroom.
  • Arrange indoor and outdoor play to facilitate creative and physical play in a safe environment.
  • Inspected the physical environment of outdoor equipment to ensure a healthy and safe environment.
  • Ensured her safety by creating a safe environment and adapting activities to her capabilities.
  • Maintained a safe environment for all the students that were in the class room
  • Lift position and restrain students when necessary to maintain a safe environment.
  • Intervene when necessary to maintain a safe environment for students and staff.
  • Maintain a safe environment for each student.
  • Worked one-on-one with special needs children Helped with general skills such as reading and writing Supervised children to create a safe environment

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29. Daily Tasks

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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Managed one-on-one daily tasks and monitored academic and physical progress.
  • Assist child with autism with daily tasks, perform discrete trials, assist with classroom activities, assist student with behavioral issues
  • Helped special education teacher with daily tasks such as preparing activities, and escorting and monitoring students.
  • Assist students and classroom teacher with daily tasks and activities in and out of the classroom.
  • Collaborate with teachers and parents to assist students in daily tasks.
  • Assist young children with special needs to do daily tasks.
  • Assist in planning and implementing the daily tasks of students.
  • Supervised and instructed students through daily tasks.
  • Assisted students in completing daily tasks.
  • Directed students through daily tasks.
  • Assist special needs student with daily tasks such as feeding, drinking, walking and diaper changing.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with progress monitoring Entered student data into computer system Supported teachers by fulfilling daily tasks
  • Assist with any administrative requirements Work closely with students in developing daily tasks and wellbeing.

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30. Academic Performance

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assist and supported exceptional students with various technology that developed learning in their personal and academic performance.
  • Observe and collect data daily for IEP goals, student behavior, social, developmental, and academic performance.
  • Maintain daily reports on students for their probation officers discerning their behavior, attendance, and academic performance.
  • Help maintain student records for attendance, conduct and academic performance.

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31. CPI

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Here's how CPI is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Administer first aid, CPR and CPI basic nursing care as directed by a School Nurse.
  • Certified to provide crisis intervention (CPI).
  • Obtained the CPI Blue Card once I completed the training program.
  • Trained in NCPIS (De-escalation processes), Autism Spectrum training, Conscious Discipline, and ISTEP security.
  • Assisted with breakfast, lunch, and snack, including clean-up Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) trained
  • Participate in professional development for autistic children, differentiated math instruction, and CPI training.
  • Use CPI training to avoid crisis and ensure the safety of students and staff.

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32. Special Education Student

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Here's how Special Education Student is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Collaborated with assigned general education teacher to modify and customize lessons and activities to include four special education students.
  • Provided supervision to special education students during non-instructional periods, including meal periods and physical education breaks.
  • Collaborate with the Special Education Department to facilitate a tailored education plan for special education students.
  • Tutored special education students in their core curriculum.
  • Supervised special education students in area outside the classroom
  • Assist special education students in becoming proactive self-advocates.
  • Transported special education students to learning facilities
  • Operate Language Resource Lab, supporting 4th, 5th and 6th grade special education students in Mathematics, Social Studies and Science
  • Maintained records and progress for special education students who were placed in general education classrooms.
  • Aided in the teaching of 12 special education students in all core subjects.
  • Worked with 7th - 8th graders -Worked one on one with special education students
  • Coordinated special education students and teacher schedules with the master schedule.
  • Assist a special education student one on one throughout the day.
  • Substituted for special education students, helping with their school work.
  • Help all 9-12th grade special education students in all subject areas.
  • Assist special education students with their daily assignments.
  • Keep confidential files on special education students.
  • Read tests and/or scribed to Special Education students one-on-one and in groups.
  • Grade 12 - Assisting a Special Education student as a one-on-one - Integrated career and educational skills in a work environment
  • Worked with special education students Corrected assignments One on one student teaching Put together assignments Played educational games with students

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33. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Helped a student with disabilities improve academically in multiple subject areas.
  • Fulfilled both short- and long-term substitute assignments in all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic and age levels.
  • Assist students in several subject areas to help them maintain a healthy grade inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Instructed, tutored, and supervised special needs students and students in the general populations in all subject areas.
  • Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas and submit outlines to teachers for review.
  • Substitute taught on multiple occasions within the school across many subject areas and grade levels.
  • Tutored and taught a student with a disability in multiple subject areas.
  • Fill in as substitute teacher as needed in all subject areas.

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34. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Followed lesson plans to carry out educational and recreational activities.
  • Assisted the special needs children during classroom and recreational activities, to ensure the children actively participated in the activities.
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, or social development.
  • Participate in recreational activities with patients, including card games, sports, or television viewing.
  • Organize, supervise, or encourage patient participation in social, educational, or recreational activities.
  • Assisted in leisure and recreational activities for children and adults with disabilities.
  • Planned, organized, and executed recreational activities for the youth of the Redlands community.

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35. Educational Needs

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Here's how Educational Needs is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Administered testing to individual students specific educational needs.
  • Attend to general educational needs of students with disabilities through problem solving and solution based goals in a stressful environment.
  • Assured that the physical and educational needs of a Japanese speaking student with Cerebral palsy were met.
  • Assist them with needs in extracurricular classes, bathroom needs, behavior needs and educational needs.
  • Worked from one-on-one instruction to small group instruction to help students meet their educational needs.
  • Assisted classroom teachers to ensure proper support is available to students with special educational needs.
  • Work closely with Special Education Department Head to provide educational needs to student.
  • Assist students with their educational needs in Life Skills and mainstream classrooms.
  • Assist four children in the classroom with various educational needs.
  • Involved in meetings held to plan for children's educational needs
  • Assist students with social and educational needs.
  • Assisted children with special educational needs from pre-k to eighth grade
  • Work with children on their educational needs.Help Teachers to teach academic material.Assist in lunchroom duties.

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36. Occupational Therapy Services

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37. One-On-One Aide

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Here's how One-On-One Aide is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Adapted curricula and classroom materials for students in 7th and 8th grade who require special education services as a one-on-one aide.
  • Worked at a summer camp as a one-on-one aide for children with special needs ranging from learning disabilities to sensory disorders.
  • Worked as a one-on-one aide in a day program with a client with multiple handicaps.
  • Started as one-on-one aide for individual students and moved on to classroom aide.
  • Supported a student with emotional needs as a one-on-one aide Provided academic support in classrooms

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38. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Listen and provide emotional support and encouragement to psychiatric patients.
  • Provide children with emotional support whenever required.
  • Provided one on one academic and emotional support to a special education third grade student who also has behavioral problems.
  • Provide custodial care, emotional support, and physical support (including writing and speaking) for students.
  • Provided individual and small group tutoring, study guides, social and emotional support.
  • Provided emotional support and structure for special needs students in k-5 setting.
  • Work 1-on-1 with various students for academic and emotional support.
  • Work one-on-one with students in the Emotional Support Classroom.
  • Provide emotional support to students when needed.
  • Supported classroom teachers in regular and special education in lesson preparation and teaching Implemented behavior plans Provided emotional support to students

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39. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assisted lead teacher in the creation and implementation of curriculum materials for 3and 4 year old children.

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40. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assisted with various homework assignments and transportation needs to after-school activities.
  • Distributed and collected tests and homework assignments.
  • Communicated with teachers to evaluate special education student progress, test preparation, homework assignments, and implementing IEP objectives.
  • Carried out teacher instructions, taught the lessons according to the lesson plan and graded homework assignments.
  • Administered and scored tests; corrected and scored classroom and homework assignments; and recorded grades.
  • Help special education children with homework assignments, file IEP reports, accompany children to classes
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments and collect them when they are completed.
  • Counseled students and provided assistance with daily tasks and homework assignments.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Assist in the completion of classwork and homework assignments.
  • Aided children with class work and homework assignments.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

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41. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Collaborated with other staff members to develop more innovative solutions to current issues and troubleshoot foreseeable problems.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Work with staff members to enhance and ensure students are receiving quality educational support.
  • Maintained a good relationship with all teachers, staff members, and parents.
  • Handled all concerns expeditiously and refer to staff members for assistance if needed.
  • Assist parents, teachers, and staff members with behavior intervention strategies.
  • Assist teachers and other staff members in preparing assignments and other materials.
  • Collaborate with teachers and other staff members
  • Learned practical application of S.C.C.O.E training, by other staff members.
  • Observe student and collect data Record student progress Maintain on-task behavior Communicate regularly with all related staff members

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42. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Trained in First Aide/CPR/AED, ABA and Pro-Act.
  • Complied with job criterion - Annual Trainings; CPR and First Aid, food handler's permit and CEU hours.
  • Work with children Able to work in a special education setting CPR & First Aid certified Full Time Sales Professional

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43. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Design bulletin boards and classroom to conveying information with the purpose to help students to adjust to their environment.
  • Assist in preparation of instructional materials, bulletin boards, etc., as requested by the instructional staff.
  • Design bulletin boards, maintains instructional materials and electronic files to meet all mandated requirements for the classroom.
  • Provide support to teachers and students, assist with activities, make copies, create bulletin boards, etc
  • Prepared charts, bulletin boards and other materials as required and set up AV equipment for classes.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Assisted in the beautification of school's classrooms and hallways with decorations and bulletin boards.
  • Prepare bulletin boards, make copies, grade papers, take very detailed notes.
  • Assisted teacher with bulletin boards, duplication of materials and grading tests.
  • bulletin boards, daily attendance information, instructional materials, etc.)

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44. Physical Care

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Here's how Physical Care is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assisted a certificated teacher in the instruction, supervision and physical care of assigned special needs students, one-on-one to one-on-three.
  • Performed a variety of activities pertinent to training, physical care, disciplining, and tutoring students.
  • Assisted teachers in providing instruction and physical care to students according to the Individual Education Plans.
  • Help students with physical care together with feeding, bathroom needs, and individual hygiene.
  • Assist in student's physical care and hygienic needs.
  • Assist students with physical care.

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45. Extra Assistance

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Here's how Extra Assistance is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provided extra assistance to wheel chair bound student with special needs in a school setting.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Displayed student work in a manner relevant to their eye levels and skills Provided extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Work with families for bathroom programs for those student that require extra assistance due to a medical diagnois.

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46. Clerical Support

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47. Instructional Assistance

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Here's how Instructional Assistance is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Work in a classroom setting assisting teachers by providing instructional assistance to individual or small groups of developmentally disabled students.
  • Accompany mainstreamed students to regular classrooms as assigned; provide individual instructional assistance.
  • Called upon to provide instructional assistance to special education students.
  • Provide instructional assistance to students under the direct supervision of a certified teacher.
  • Job Duties: Provide instructional assistance to special education students.

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48. Administrative Regulations

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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Assist in managing student behavior by upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative regulations and state and local board polices.
  • Support and implement school rules, administrative regulations, and federal and local board rules.
  • Uphold and enforce school rules, administrative regulations and state and local board policy.

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49. Educational Support

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Here's how Educational Support is used in Special Education Aide jobs:
  • Provide educational support for special education children in an inclusion classroom.
  • Provided educational support and behavior management to teachers.
  • Provided one on one educational support to special needs students grades 1 - 12.
  • Attend students IEP meetings providing the child with educational support.
  • Provided one- on- one educational support to students.
  • Provide social, emotional, and educational support.
  • Grade 4) Provided educational support and behavior management for one student within a regular classroom.
  • provided educational support for children with special needs and IEP's.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Education Aide

Special Needs

23.9%

Classroom Management

23.5%

Behavioral Issues

13.3%

IEP

6.2%

Student Learning

5.6%

Small Groups

5.5%

Lesson Plans

4.7%

Mathematics

3.5%

Instructional Materials

1.9%

Appropriate Social

1.8%

Personal Care

1.7%

Kindergarten

1.4%

Daily Activities

1.3%

Classroom Setting

0.9%

Positive Reinforcement Method

0.9%

Social Development

0.8%

Developmental Disabilities

0.8%

Grade Level

0.8%

Student Records

0.7%

ABA

0.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Special Education Aide

Rank Skill
1 Special Needs 21.5%
2 Classroom Management 21.1%
3 Behavioral Issues 11.9%
4 IEP 5.6%
5 Student Learning 5.0%
6 Small Groups 5.0%
7 Lesson Plans 4.3%
8 Mathematics 3.1%
9 Instructional Materials 1.7%
10 Appropriate Social 1.6%
11 Personal Care 1.5%
12 Kindergarten 1.3%
13 Daily Activities 1.1%
14 Classroom Setting 0.9%
15 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.8%
16 Social Development 0.8%
17 Developmental Disabilities 0.7%
18 Grade Level 0.7%
19 Student Records 0.7%
20 ABA 0.6%
21 Reinforce Learning Concepts 0.6%
22 Cerebral Palsy 0.6%
23 Language Disorders 0.5%
24 Paraprofessional 0.5%
25 Adhd 0.5%
26 Physical Therapy 0.5%
27 Social Studies 0.4%
28 Safe Environment 0.4%
29 Daily Tasks 0.4%
30 Academic Performance 0.4%
31 CPI 0.3%
32 Special Education Student 0.3%
33 Subject Areas 0.3%
34 Recreational Activities 0.3%
35 Educational Needs 0.3%
36 Occupational Therapy Services 0.3%
37 One-On-One Aide 0.3%
38 Emotional Support 0.3%
39 OLD Children 0.3%
40 Homework Assignments 0.3%
41 Staff Members 0.3%
42 CPR 0.3%
43 Bulletin Boards 0.3%
44 Physical Care 0.3%
45 Extra Assistance 0.3%
46 Clerical Support 0.2%
47 Instructional Assistance 0.2%
48 Administrative Regulations 0.2%
49 Educational Support 0.2%
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