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Top 48 Special Education Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Education Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Education Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.0% of Special Education Assistant resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Education Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provided classroom management and instructional support for approximately seventeen students in an inclusion setting.
  • Prepared and/or modified lessons and classroom management techniques in collaboration with content-area teachers.
  • Implemented positive and proactive classroom management strategies to promote student achievement.
  • Handled instructional materials and classroom management for LRE population.
  • Implemented behavioral/ classroom management charts or point systems.
  • Aided in classroom management during crisis situations.
  • Provided assistance with classroom management and supervision.
  • Assist teacher in the enforcement of classroom management and behavioral plans, creating an environment that is appropriate for learning.
  • Assisted the Preschool Teacher with instructing the class, classroom management and assisted the students with special needs.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with documents, instruction, assignments, and classroom management.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills and an ability to keep students on task.
  • KEY COMPETENCIES * Demonstrated skills in classroom management and positive discipline implementation.
  • Assist in classroom management, including behavior management with the students.
  • Provided instructional and classroom management in the absence of teacher.
  • Helped to create and implement classroom management strategies.
  • Assist with classroom management, i.e.
  • Assist with classroom management and instruction.
  • Assisted classroom teachers with classroom management.
  • Worked in second and third grade inclusion classrooms Assisted students in reading, writing and math Assisted in maintaining classroom management
  • Assisted special education high school students Classroom management Skills training Peer mentoring

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2. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted special needs students Prepared classwork Substituted for teachers as needed Scheduled conferences between teachers and parents Assisted with Special Olympics
  • Provided parents/caregivers of special needs children with therapeutic and behavioral techniques.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Ensured a safe and healthy educational environment and provide direct care and monitoring of children with special needs.
  • Worked closely with special needs children age 5-7 years in their homes to meet functional or communication goals.
  • Implemented an instructional and skill development program for special needs students and showed written evidence of preparation.
  • Teach and assisted children with disabilities and special needs (Autism, ED, LD) daily.
  • Subbed in classrooms K-6th at all levels of special needs, learning disabled to severely handicapped
  • Facilitate inclusion of students with special needs and provide input regarding future needs.
  • Work with special needs students with behavioral disorders and other learning disabilities.
  • Assisted the Special Education Teachers with providing instruction to special needs students.
  • Attend to the academic needs of special needs children, K-5.
  • Provide social and developmental skills for students with special needs.
  • Supported Special Education teacher with 15 special needs children.
  • Provide one to one services with special needs students.
  • Assisted children with special needs in regular classrooms.
  • Assist students with special needs in the classroom.
  • Assist and support students with special needs.
  • Tutored and assisted children in learning class material and worked one-on-one with students with Special needs.
  • Assist teacher with children in the classrooms One on One assist for special needs Children

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3. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Worked with autistic student with significant social and emotional behavioral issues.
  • Record and executed Behavioral goals and documented behavioral issues hourly.
  • Recognize antecedents before behavioral issues arise.
  • Assisted with school work, living skills, behavioral issues, and personal care of each student in a team environment.
  • Support students who experience emotional disturbances, reading deficits, difficulties in Math and English, as well as behavioral issues.
  • Work with all special needs children including Autistic, ADHD, Downs, tracheotomy and those having other behavioral issues.
  • Worked very closely with students who posses disabilities, ranging from developmental, cognitive, and behavioral issues.
  • Worked as a therapeutic support staff for students with severe behavioral issues while attending main streamed classes.
  • Task range from behavioral issues, help meet IEP's, life skills, and supervise activities.
  • Implemented Token Economy System which helped decrease behavioral issues in the classroom while increasing individual goals.
  • Conduct group discussions with students and parents pertaining to academics, developmental, and behavioral issues.
  • Worked one-on-one with children with behavioral issues, including children with autism.
  • Help to correct behavioral issues that interfere with one's safety.
  • Assisted students with Autism, behavioral issues, and ADHD.
  • Assisted teacher and staff with any academic and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted with all students with special needs and behavioral issues.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for students with behavioral issues and/or autism Supervised special needs students in group and individual environments
  • Monitor and assist emotionally challenged students in a classroom setting with learning and behavioral issues.
  • Implement IEPs to assist students with relevant behavioral issues.
  • Help assist children with classroom assignments Redirect and monitor children that exhibit behavioral issues Other varies of duties inside of the classroom

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4. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Attended Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings with parents and Special Needs Director to assess milestones for the semester.
  • Created and implemented activities that met and satisfied IEP goals for individual students as part of a behavioral management team.
  • Attended IEP meetings and adapted lesson plans to meet stated goals and objectives for individual students.
  • Organize behavioral and intervention plans including implementation of their Individual Educational Plan (IEP).
  • Provided one-on-one tutoring services to support each students' Individual Education Program (IEP).
  • Provided parents with progress reports on goals & objectives as indicated in the IEP.
  • Developed activities and assignments tailored to each child based on their IEP.
  • Maintain records regarding academic progress, progress towards IEP goals and behavior.
  • Assist teacher in the preparation of paperwork for the ARD/IEP process.
  • Participate in IEP meetings and parent conferences.
  • Managed student files and performed IEP meetings
  • Assist students with IEP Goals.
  • Scheduled multiple IEP, Eligibility, and 30-day review meetings that included various team members assigned to students Individualized Educational Plan.
  • Support Head Teacher to achieve curriculum goals, also provide input to teacher on development and revision of IEPs.
  • Worked as a member of the CLASS team to implement students' Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Assist in the development of IEP, planning and achievement of objectives in the occupational area.
  • Assist with helping children meet IEP goals Make sure students are feed and changed
  • Collected data in accordance with student's IEP gorals and objectives.
  • Obtain proper signatures on IEP\'s and related documents.
  • Assisted teacher with groups.. schedules.. one on one studies.. IEPs.. feeding and diapering.. Assistant in charge when teacher was absent.

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5. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Utilize technology to assist in student learning
  • Participated in the implementation of student behavior plans for the purpose of ensuring effective and safe student learning.
  • Utilize instructional techniques to encourage student learning and build classroom community, among developmental, disable students.
  • Designed teaching strategies to enhance student learning and understanding through visual and speech enhanced skills.
  • Provide instruction, manage the classroom and milieu environment, and promote student learning.
  • Assessed student learning styles and used results to plan for instructional activities.
  • Designed teaching strategies to enhance student learning and understanding.
  • Facilitated independent student learning and social skills development.
  • Supported student learning in a deaf education classroom Collaborated with classroom teacher to develop lesson plans Assisted students in meeting IEP goals

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6. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans that promoted results of higher functioning in student with physical, emotional and intellectual disabilities.
  • Combined discipline plan with effective measures and adjusted lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Collaborated with teachers to form specific strategies and lesson plans for an appropriate learning environment
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Developed and implementing lesson plans in k-12 classroom in conjunction with and under the supervision of master special education teacher.
  • Modified lesson plans in conjuncture with scheduling and planning to adapt to the student's needs.
  • Created and implemented individualized lesson plans specific to a student's needs and goals.
  • Developed fun and exciting lesson plans to meet diverse student needs and learning styles.
  • Share in the development and implementation of written lesson plans with the teacher.
  • Implement lesson plans under the direction of the Special Education Teachers.
  • Prepared lesson plans, coordinated field trips and Fall Carnival.
  • Prepared lesson plans, reading, math and art enrichment.
  • Assisted in the creation and execution of daily lesson plans.
  • Supported students in classroom while teaching adapted lesson plans.
  • Coordinate lesson plans with in-class teacher.
  • Tutored and assisted children in learning class material using the teacher's lesson plans, providing students with individualized attention.
  • write lesson plans and sit in on IEP meetings, prepare materials for class, special lessons, and projects.
  • Tailored weekly general education lesson plans to comply with student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Certified Exceptional Child Aide Create and teach Math, English, Science and History Lesson plans.
  • Facilitate daily Lesson Plans, Create I E P .

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7. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Tutored students individually and in small groups
  • Tutor and assist children individually and in small groups to assist master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Supervised students individually and in small groups as learning activities are conducted in accordance with teacher direction.
  • Support Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals/assist with daily classroom activities/one on one small groups.
  • Tutored individual students and small groups of students to reinforce and follow up on learning activities.
  • Employed *Teach and assist children individually and in small groups and help them master assignments and skills
  • Worked with individual and small groups of students to assist with assignments in all academic areas.
  • Coordinated small groups, tutored students, planned lessons, and led large group activities.
  • Work with students in small groups or individually to ensure access to special education services.
  • Worked with individuals and small groups as assigned by teacher, preferably one on one.
  • Work with small groups of students to reinforce instruction provided by the teacher.
  • Work with individuals, small groups, or large groups as assigned teacher.
  • Instructed students in small groups to reinforce basic reading and writing skills.
  • Led small groups in the classroom and out in the community.
  • Worked with children in small groups and in one-on-one situations.
  • Worked with individual students or small groups with identified disabilities.
  • Designed small groups to reinforce material introduced by teacher.
  • Worked one-on-one with students or in small groups.
  • Worked with students individually and in small groups.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Support Resource Specialist in organizing curriculum using modification for efficient use at all levels in language arts and mathematics.
  • Supported SPED director through individualized instruction in English language arts and mathematics.
  • Assisted students requiring specialized instruction in Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • Worked individually with mildly/moderately disabled children in the area of Mathematics, Writing, Drawing, and Physical EducationCAMPUS AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • Tutored students with academic subjects such as reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, language arts, and science.
  • Engage students in Mathematics, English, Spelling, Science, helping refine their motor skills, and gain independence.
  • Used A Net and benchmark data to provide specialized instruction to increase growth in both ELA and Mathematics.
  • Supported fourteen inclusion students in daily Social Studies, Mathematics, Language Arts, and Science curriculum.
  • Worked with K-5 students individually and in small groups on reading, writing and mathematics skills.
  • Conducted small group lessons often centering on mathematics to reinforce or introduce new concepts.
  • Teach a developmentally delayed first grade student mathematics, reading, and sound phonics.
  • Assist students with art projects, mathematics, spelling and grammar, community interaction
  • Performed speech therapy, reading and comprehension skills, language, and mathematics.
  • Provided modification of lesson plans in the area of mathematics and reading.
  • Worked on fine motor skills, language, and basic mathematics.
  • Passed work-keys test in reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • Assisted teachers in the cognitive development for reading and mathematics.
  • Teach Mathematics and administer instructional support for Language Arts.
  • Lead students through their daily mathematics and language lessons.
  • provided small group mathematics assistance for sixth graders in and out of the classroom.

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9. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teachers to maintain acceptable student behavior, organized and maintained class records and instructional materials and documented student behavior.
  • Performed clerical tasks which assisted the teacher in having prepared instructional materials.
  • Help students master equivalent or instructional materials.
  • Assisted in preparing instructional materials.
  • Assist in preparation and maintenance of accurate and complete records as assigned (i.e., instructional materials and teaching aids).
  • Perform a variety of clerical duties such as preparing and duplicating instructional materials, ordering supplies and recording grades.
  • Prepare lessons and instructional materials for individual students as directed by the teacher; maintain daily records of achievement.
  • Maintained instructional materials, files, and records in order to ensure availability of items and meeting mandated requirements.
  • Organized and maintained instructional materials such as books, flash cards, blocks, clocks, and rulers.
  • Prepared and executed school/classroom programs implemented programs and instructional materials under the guidance of the class teacher.
  • Assisted in organizing the learning environment; prepared and set up instructional materials and equipment.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Assist with the preparation of instructional materials, paperwork and record keeping.
  • Prepare instructional materials including modifying study guides, tests, and quizzes.
  • Assist in preparation, use and maintenance of instructional materials and equipment.
  • Prepare instructional materials and perform a variety of clerical duties as assigned.
  • Assisted in preparing class displays, bulletin board and instructional materials.
  • Prepare copies for instructional materials, bulletins and reports.
  • Prepared instructional materials, kept attendance and progress records.
  • Help teacher prepare instructional materials and classroom displays.

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10. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Supported students with a variety of disabilities in the academic areas of science, language arts, math and social studies.
  • Provide instruction and remediation for individuals and small groups of special needs students in math and language arts.
  • Make weekly lesson plans for small group instruction in the subjects of reading, language arts and grammar.
  • Reinforced language arts and mathematical skills they had worked on in grades three and four.
  • Support special education students with individual needs in math, language arts and organizational skills.
  • Assisted in teaching adaptive high school algebra, language arts and study skills.
  • Provide instruction in developing reading comprehension skills, language arts, and math.
  • Tutored elementary school children in the basics of English Language Arts
  • Provide one-on-one or group instuction in the areas of reading, math, and language arts.
  • Developed language arts lessons and lead small group instruction to help students with intellectual disabilities improve their reading level and skills.
  • Assisted classroom teacher Worked with small groups of students Tutored in afterschool program focusing on language arts and math

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11. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assist students with personal care tasks, including but not limited to, lavatory, clothing, diapering and toileting.
  • Attended to student's personal care, provided care with toileting, and assisted with other activities of daily living.
  • Detected students needs through different communication devices and aided, ranging from classwork help to personal care and toiletry assistance.
  • Assist students with personal care tasks, lavatory, clothing, hygiene, diapering, toileting, and wash-up routines.
  • Contribute to the instruction, supervision, training and personal care needs of individual and groups of students.
  • Helped students take care of physical needs and personal care including feeding, bathroom needs and personal hygiene.
  • Assisted children with personal care activities, mobility issues, by lifting and operating special adaptive equipment.
  • Aided in community outreach to build life skills, including nutrition, reading, and personal care.
  • Attended all classes, modified assignments, provided personal care to meet his special ed needs.
  • Assist teacher with classroom instruction, supervision and personal care needs of emerging Autism students.
  • Helped students with disabilities succeed in daily academic, social and personal care skills.
  • Assist with personal care, hygiene, mobility, toileting, diapering.
  • Provided personal assistance, emotional support, or other personal care.
  • Assist with achieving established goals with personal care and mobility.
  • Assist students with personal care and feeding as necessary.
  • Provide for personal care needs of students as directed.
  • Provided assistance with personal care and other physical needs.
  • Teach personal care behaviors, toilet training and feeding.
  • Assist special needs students with personal care.
  • Assist with classroom learning, functional life skills and personal cares of students.

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12. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Promoted and guided positive behavior and a respectful healthy environment inside and outside classroom setting.
  • Assisted Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists and facilitated skill generalization in the classroom setting
  • Provided appropriate instructional support to teacher's and disabled student's in a classroom setting on a daily basis.
  • Assisted teachers and students in a variety of classroom settings, and tutored for the after school program.
  • Work one on one with ASD students in a classroom setting providing educational support for students and teacher.
  • Assist special education students in a non-classroom setting including escorting students to the lunch room and playground.
  • Assist Special Education teacher with the basic needs and goals of students in a classroom setting.
  • Develop plans for effective communication, monitoring, and follow-up of students in inclusive classroom settings.
  • Work in a classroom setting with children with autism spectrum and other educational and physical disabilities
  • Assisted classified students in a regular classroom setting, as well as a resource room.
  • Designed and implemented counseling lessons for individual students, small groups, and classroom settings.
  • Teach reading fluency to special need students in a one-on-one classroom setting.
  • Assist a licensed teacher with special needs students in a classroom setting.
  • Assisted in a special education classroom setting with 20 students.
  • Teach special education students in a self-contained 15:1:1 classroom setting.
  • Assisted with mentally challenged children in a classroom setting.
  • Interacted with children and adults in diverse classroom settings.
  • Work with teacher in a classroom setting.
  • Assist specific students with academic activities within the general classroom setting Provide support to teachers during academic activities.
  • Maintained an environment conducive for learning .Provided care for the physical and mental needs of disabled individuals in a classroom setting.

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13. Kindergarten

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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborated with the regular education teachers in grades kindergarten through fifth grade, providing assistance with educational and social classroom activities.
  • Supervised student with Autism in kindergarten classroom Modified classroom instruction Promoted socialization and emotional skills
  • Worked in conjunction with head teacher in self contained classroom with students grades Kindergarten to Third.
  • Hired for 5th grade assistant but job changed when needed for Kindergarten student with special needs.
  • Instructed 9 groupings of students in all content areas ranging from Kindergarten to Grade 5.
  • Assisted emotionally disturbed elementary students from kindergarten through 5th grade, with class assignments.
  • Assisted Kindergarten teacher in the classroom, with whole group and small group instruction.
  • Worked with a student that is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Kindergarten.
  • Assisted in teaching of Grade 1 Braille to Kindergarten and First Grade student.
  • Provided classroom support to lead teacher overseeing 5 kindergarten children with autism.
  • Assist teacher with Kindergarten and First Grade Special Education students.
  • Assist with teaching Math & Daily 5 in Kindergarten classroom.
  • Implemented behavior strategies in a Kindergarten social skills program.
  • Assisted students with Autism in Kindergarten and first grade.
  • Worked with the most severe special education pre-kindergarten children in a class with of 4-8 children with one teacher.
  • Assisted in the daily functioning of special education kindergarten classroom in the Tullahoma City Schools district.
  • Provided instruction in special and general education classrooms, pre-kindergarten through high school.
  • Tutored 15 kindergarten students * 2nd Grade Special Education and teacher assistant.
  • Worked with autistic kindergarten student Assists teacher in the classroom and supervise students Supervised and planned age and skill-level appropriate activities
  • Assisted several students with special needs (behavioral disorders, autism, and Asperger's) in a regular Kindergarten classroom.

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14. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teachers with daily activities *Managed and instructed individual students following teacher directions *Supervised students and assisted with behavioral interventions
  • Support Special Education Teacher with daily activities required to meet educational goals for preschool children with developmental disabilities.
  • Maintained various paperwork highlighting daily activities performed with students and other documentation necessary required by school.
  • Attended & assisted children with learning disabilities in regularly scheduled daily activities.
  • Supervised student in classes, made sure daily activities were finished, and assignments were completed within a certain time frame.
  • Assisted with teaching life skills, provided daily activities and collected data regarding performance level in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Worked with special education teacher in planning long range daily activities for special education students in the classrooms.
  • Assist with classroom instruction, assignments, and testing * Record student daily activities * Teacher assistant
  • Assisted in the development and implementation of daily activities to foster the growth of each child.
  • Worked one on one with a severe and profound student assisting him with daily activities.
  • Assist teacher with daily activities with students in kinder through 3rd grade
  • Collaborate with special education teachers in planning long range daily activities.
  • Assisted with daily activities and provided safety at all times.
  • Make sound judgment in the daily activities of all students.
  • Assist teachers, or school personnel with daily activities.
  • Incorporate life skills educating in daily activities.
  • Assist with lesson plans and daily activities.
  • Assist student's in daily activities.
  • Assisted teacher and students in daily activities to support classroom efficiency Tutored and provided reading assistance to students with learning disabilities
  • Collaborated with teachers to plan and implement daily activities, e.g., circle time, songs, dancing and crafts.

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Develop and supervise recreational activities that ensure inclusion of all students.
  • Monitor and participate with the individuals in recreational activities.
  • Facilitated various educational and recreational activities for the students weekly
  • Monitored and assisted students during educational and recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised games and recreational activities.
  • Encouraged proper behavior and positive recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Assist the special children during classroom and recreational activities and ensure that they actively participate in the activities.
  • Stimulated physical, social, and mental development of students by introducing and overseeing games and recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities that promoted physical, mental, and social development.
  • Promoted physical, mental, and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Organize and supervise lessons and recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Planned and supervised class projects, recreational activities, art activities and field trips.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities such as crafts and.
  • Monitor students during assigned periods within a variety of school environments Provide recreational activities developed by teacher, therapist or pathologist.

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16. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Aided teacher with class preparation, activities, and administered assistance for students with physical and developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted in implementing programs and activities for adults with developmental disabilities within a college-level classroom setting.
  • Provide assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities and autism with activities of daily living.
  • Enabled students to interact with other students in every area of developmental disabilities.
  • Implement and maintain specialized school programs and services for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided crisis intervention for Developmental Disabilities students and supported counseling guidance toward rehabilitation.
  • Worked with autistic students and learners with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided assistance to students K-1 with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with adults and children with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided one-on-one interaction and worked in small group settings with younger children and toddlers who have shown developmental disabilities and delays.
  • Assisted the classroom teacher with students that have mental, behavioral, and developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with children with developmental disabilities and behavioral issues in a one to one setting.
  • Worked in Special Day Class classroom with students that had varying degrees of physical/developmental disabilities.
  • Work one-on-one with children on the Autism Spectrum and other developmental disabilities.
  • Accompany students with developmental disabilities (DD) to classes.
  • Assisted teacher in facilitating classroom activities of a classroom of six students with Autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Devised Individualized Education Plans (IEP's ) for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Monitor and assisted student with physical and developmental disabilities Facilitated lessons Prepare and organized daily lesson plans

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provided clerical and administrative support to management and other staff members.
  • Worked closely with teachers and other staff members to assist and support students with disabilities in daily classroom activities
  • Make copies for all staff members, bulletin boards, and set -up for LSC meetings.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Served on social committee in order to recognize staff members for various achievements and special occasions.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Managed student's behavior chart and communicated information with parents and other staff members.
  • Maintained a good relationship with all teachers, staff members, and parents.
  • Coordinate all meetings and make sure all staff members and therapists are present.
  • Support Transition Specialist and other staff members in completion of special assessment projects.
  • Use professional and clear communication skills with both staff members and students.
  • Train staff members in the area of shipping and receiving returned product.
  • Provided coverage for absent staff members by monitoring their student.
  • Distribute necessary MSDE paperwork to teachers and other staff members.
  • Intervene in crisis situations to protect students and staff members.
  • Coordinated special events with other staff members.
  • Train and assist new-hire staff members.
  • Addressed community groups, faculty, and staff members to explain available counseling services.
  • Attend meetings and record minutes for productive reporting to appropriate staff members.
  • Supported teacher in classroom instruction * Assisted students individually * Kept records * Communicated with teacher and other staff members

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18. Positive Reinforcement Method

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  • Strengthened children's discipline through clear instructions and positive reinforcement methods while ensuring emotional well-being.
  • Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Redirected poor behavior using positive reinforcement methods.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.

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Here's how Paraprofessional is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Perform responsible human support and paraprofessional work assisting classroom teacher or other professionals, achieve institution objectives.
  • Trained teacher assistants/paraprofessionals in classroom management, curriculum and behavioral interventions.
  • Tailored that method for each student while overseeing other paraprofessionals.
  • Rendered individual/small group instruction applying paraprofessional techniques.
  • Work one on one with a child with physical medical needs and a paraprofessional for an autism child
  • Worked as a SPED paraprofessional in a CBI classroom assisting elementary students with very special needs.
  • Served as a one on one paraprofessional to an autistic student and other duties as assigned.
  • Assumed duties of a paraprofessional in assisting special needs children with activities of daily living.
  • Worked at various campuses throughout the school district as a substitute for teachers and paraprofessionals
  • Assist paraprofessionals with personal hygiene services for students with severe disabilities, e.g.
  • Position for an ESE Paraprofessional who will assist one special-needs student.
  • Trained paraprofessionals on the classroom's environment, structure and curriculum.
  • Hired as a full-time Paraprofessional teacher and Guidance Counselor Asst.
  • Directed other paraprofessionals on students' needs and goals.
  • Approved Paraprofessional State and No Child Left Behind.
  • Provide direct care as one on one paraprofessional
  • Team Paraprofessional for the 8th grade.
  • Tenure as an inclusion paraprofessional increased students test scores and lower absences * Assisted students using assistive technology devices.
  • Served as Paraprofessional Union Representative, [ ] Earned State Board of Education Teachers' Aide Proficiency Certificate.
  • Implemented written behavior modification plans for students Attained Illinois Teacher Assistant Certificate Vocational Coach Obtained Paraprofessional Certificate

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  • Directed educational and social development activities for students of various developmental and physical disabilities in grades 1-5.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Communicated effectively with parents concerning their children's academic and social development.
  • Assisted with instruction of academic subjects focused on educational and social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one-on-one attention.
  • Designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Conducted actions to stimulate physical, mental and social development such as arts and crafts, games, storytelling and music.
  • Assist in educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the head teacher.
  • Assist in the educational and social development of students with mild intellectual disabilities, and mental disorders.
  • Observe and record data for students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assisted with attending to on-task behavior, completion of assignments, social development and personal needs.
  • Established clear objectives and led activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assisted and coached special need children at different stages of physical and social development.
  • Worked under lead teacher to support instruction and social development of the students.
  • Organized activities to enrich physical, mental, and social development of students.
  • Promoted physical, mental, and social development.
  • Implemented individual educational plans (IEP) designed to promoteeducational, physical and social development.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Assist ing the educational and social development of pupils under the direction and guidance of the classroom teacher.

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted special needs students with an adapted curriculum in the subjects of Math, English, Science and Social Studies.
  • Provided extra support to students in the areas of Math, Reading, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Presented lessons in Science and Social Studies; Graded student work assignments; 1:1 and group tutoring sessions.
  • Assisted students in all content, including English, Reading, Social Studies and Life skills.
  • Assisted high school teachers with curriculum support in social studies, math, science and reading.
  • Served as long term substitute for an Eighth grade Social Studies teacher for six weeks.
  • Support Sped students (K-6) in social studies and science in classroom setting.
  • Teach Reading Mastery, Math, Language, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Prepared lesson plans and taught fourth grade curriculum in Math and Social Studies.
  • Helped plan appropriate lessons for math, reading, science and social studies.
  • Worked one-on-one with a Down Syndrome student for Science and Social Studies curriculum.
  • Tutored 6th-7th grade students in Science, Social Studies, and English.
  • Worked with students in grades 7 & 8 in subjects of math, reading, writing, science and social studies.
  • Worked with 6th, 7th and 8th grade students with Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Assist to reinforce reading, writing, math, science, & social studies lessons.
  • Assist in teaching Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  • supported sixth grade students in social studies; eighth grade students in English, and U.S. history (co-taught classrooms)
  • supported sixth and eighth grade students in reading, science, and social studies (co-taught classrooms)
  • Plan and Co-Teach Math, Social Studies, Science Plan and independently teach 2 periods (80 mins.)

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22. Reinforce Learning Concepts

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  • Assist students individually or in groups with lesson assignments to present or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provide one on one tutoring services to present or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provide additional assistance to students with special needs and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provide one-on-one tutoring services for students to present or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assisted student with learning assignments to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Reinforce learning concepts by working with students.
  • Reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Provided 1:1 tutoring services for Autistic students to reinforce learning concepts and life-skills.

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23. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality of student records/information.
  • Assist in implementing and monitoring Individual Education Plan goals, objectives Preparing materials and recording student records.
  • Maintain daily student records and communicate regularly with Special Education teacher.
  • Maintained student records which included performance reviews and absenteeism.
  • Performed general clerical tasks for assigned classroom, maintain student records, data books, portfolios, and assignment folders.
  • Maintain thorough student records to document attendance, participation, or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all records.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Maintain accurate and complete student records, and prepare reports on children.
  • Worked to maintain the integrity and confidentiality of student records.
  • Collected data for student records and ensured needs were met.
  • Maintained student records, grades and reports with confidentiality.
  • Maintained and updated student records on a quarterly basis.
  • Helped in office with filing, and student records.
  • Assist in maintaining student records and audit folders.
  • Used computer to maintain student records i.e.
  • Assisted classroom teachers with maintaining student records.
  • Maintained student records on progress reports.
  • Managed student records, facilitated pre-test sessions, and scheduled registration of potential students.
  • Maintain confidentiality of student records in accordance with legal requirements and policies.
  • Maintained all pertinent student records, both hardcopy and electronic.

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24. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Help develop and promote independent living, organizational, communication, social and self help skills as assigned.
  • Assisted students with learning goals, employment goals, and independent living skills according to their IEP.
  • Teach life skills for independent living.

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25. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Participate in evaluating the effectiveness of the program and behavioral programs by using data collection systems.
  • Participate in data collection on behaviors as part of behavior support plan development and implementation.
  • Provided assistance with assessment, data collection and enforced individual IEP/behavioral plans.
  • Maintained records including data collection.
  • Maintain a system of record keeping and data collection following required procedures as outlined in the Special Education Manual.
  • Assist teacher in establishing and carrying out behavior modification plans based on data collection of behavior.
  • Perform required record keeping tasks such as data collection; maintain records or logs as appropriate.
  • Assist with student data collection and perform a variety of clerical duties in support of program.
  • Help monitor student progress and reinforce student performance through observation and data collection.
  • Maintained IEP and state data collection, records and files.
  • Use of assessment scales and data collection to evaluate students.
  • Give input to teachers for IEP goals with data collection.
  • Assist Lead Teacher with daily data collection and recording.
  • Perform data collection and clerical duties as needed.
  • Maintain data collection and summarization.
  • Track progress monitoring, P.O shipping, and data collection with programs like Excel and MicroX.
  • Monitor students' progress using data collection Prepare class materials.

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26. CPI

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Here's how CPI is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Participated in CPI training and received certification.
  • Registered with handle with care, CPIC, first aid, trained to handle all mental and emotionally disturbed problems.
  • Implemented appropriate levels of Crisis Prevention Intervention, consistent with the CPI model.
  • Handle high risk behaviors as they arise in the classroom using CPI techniques.
  • Utilized non-violent crisis (CPI)methods to alleviate extreme irate occurrences.
  • Trained and Certified in Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI).
  • Attained CPR, CPI and Medical training certifications
  • Certified with CPI Blue Card.
  • Implemented district approved techniques for verbal de-escalation and safe physical restraint, such as Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) training.
  • Certified in non violent crisis intervention by CPI Hold a current FBI/DPS Level I fingerprint card
  • Perform Mandt Crisis Prevention and Intervention (CPI) in emergency situations as trained.
  • Assisted students with acedemics and safety Responsible for containing/restaining children Exceeded expectations and cross trained for Boystown/CPI
  • Trained in ABA..DTT..Triaad.. CPI... CRT..

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27. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Organized instructional materials, including bulletin boards.
  • Worked on the 3rd Grade Farewell Committee, Responsible for Bulletin Boards, assisted with all school Field Trips.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards, and setting up work areas.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displays of pupil work (drawings, writing, school newspaper).
  • Performed various clerical tasks, created bulletin boards, graded, organized and filed papers.
  • Assist in preparation of instructional materials, bulletin boards, etc., as requested.
  • Tutor individual pupils or groups of pupils; arrange bulletin boards and other displays.
  • Designed the classroom and bulletin boards to help students learn the state approved curriculum.
  • Enhanced students' classroom work by designing and implementing bulletin boards and posters.
  • Keep bulletin boards and other classroom learning displays up to date.
  • Develop and complete bulletin boards for the classroom and hallways.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displayed students work in classrooms.
  • Prepare lesson materials bulletin boards, displays and exhibits.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displays of students work.
  • Create bulletin boards and other educational displays.
  • Create bulletin boards under teacher supervision.
  • Arrange bulletin boards and other displays..

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  • Modified instruction to assist children with special needs including autism, ADHD, ESOL, behavior disorders, and physical handicaps.
  • Worked with various age groups that consisted of children with autism, ADHD, bipolar, and many more conditions.
  • Worked with students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Emotional Behavior Disorder (EBD).
  • Modified instruction to assist children with special needs including autism, ADHD, ESOL, etc.
  • Work with students with a variety of disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders and ADHD.
  • Worked with students that had autism, intellectually disadvantaged, ADHD, and anxiety.
  • Provide therapy for children with autism, ADHD and other disorders.
  • Work with children whose behavioral problems included ADHD and bipolar disorders.
  • Experience with EBD, ADHD, LD, CP, TBI, Autism and OHI.
  • Worked with special education students ranging from learning disabilities, Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Aspergers and other disabilities.
  • Have direct interaction with students with ADHD, and autism.
  • work one on one with children with special needs such as Autism, ADHD and Cerebral Palsy.
  • down syndrome, autism, ADD, ADHD) Promote independent behavior.

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • General office skills such as computer literacy, Data entry, Internet knowledge, typing skills, faxing, outlook.
  • Assisted Special Education teachers in a variety of clerical tasks such as copying, filing, and data entry.
  • Assisted students with content lessons, data entry, provided individualized support for students that have learning disabilities.
  • Assist with computer data entry into (Maryland Online IEP), along with reviewing reports as requested.
  • Perform clerical tasks such as photocopying, filing and data entry to assist teacher with preparing instructional material.
  • Assisted in front office with answering telephone, computer work, and data entry.
  • Performed duties associated with that of daily office operations, including storage maintenance, data entry, filing,etc.
  • Maintained children files, data entry, ordered supplies, collected parent fees, and answering phones.
  • Performed data entry of daily behavior based on IEPs for special needs students.
  • Fulfilled daily obligations pertaining to mailing and data entry Organized and created team materials Gained professional knowledge surrounding special education services
  • Support Staff for Case Managers and Lead Teachers Data Entry Record Requests

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Here's how CPR is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assist students with daily living skills, administering First Aid and/or CPR whenever needed and/or required.
  • Trained in health for giving medications, CPR, Asthma, Diabetic and crisis teams.
  • Performed first aid and CPR in emergency situations according to established procedures.
  • Participated in Education training and enrichment courses in CPR, and Crisis Prevent
  • Lead the class when the teacher was absent and CPR/AED certified.
  • Checked blood pressure, temperature, and vital signs, CPR.
  • Respond to medical emergencies, including first aid and CPR.
  • Certified CPR, IED, and Crisis Prevention training.
  • Utilize CPR, first Aid techniques as required
  • Assisted special need students MANDT training, CPR and First Aid
  • Certified as Exam Proctor Certified in First Aid and CPR

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31. Cerebral Palsy

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Here's how Cerebral Palsy is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Give support to a child with multiple disabilities (cerebral palsy) helping him in all the activities during the day.
  • Instructed students with disabilities, including but not limited to Downs Syndrome, Autism, Visually Impaired and Cerebral Palsy.
  • Helped out in special education room -Assisted during Reading time -Led children down hallways -Worked with 1st grader with cerebral palsy
  • Worked in a group setting and individually with children with autism, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities and emotionally challenged.
  • Helped teachers with handling students with special needs such as mental retardation, autism, cerebral palsy, etc.
  • Assisted child with Cerebral Palsy with daily tasks, including bathroom needs and tasks in the mainstream classroom.
  • Worked with high- and low-functioning students affected by Autism, Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.
  • Assisted special needs children (mainly Cerebral Palsy and Autism Spectrum Disorders) with daily class activities.
  • Worked one on one with student with cerebral palsy, worked in the at-risk program.
  • Helped manage behaviors specifically with children who had Cerebral Palsy and Autism.
  • Serve as personal assistant to 8th grade student with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Assisted freshman student diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy to complete daily activities Cooperated with teachers to guarantee Individual Education Programs were achieved
  • Specialized in one on one instruction with a child with Douch's Cerebral Palsy.
  • Worked with Autistic, Asperger Syndrome, Downs Syndrome, Mentally challenged and Cerebral Palsy Tutored one-on-one small group instructions.

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Here's how Behavioral Objectives is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assist classroom teacher in performing specialized tasks to achieve instructional and behavioral objectives.
  • Implement student positive behavior contracts to assist with meeting behavioral objectives.
  • Specialized in tasks to achieve and enhance instructional and behavioral objectives.
  • Worked with assigned students and or group of students ensuring the students' learning and behavioral objectives are achieved.
  • Assist students in specialized tasks in order to achieve instructional and behavioral objectives.
  • Assist classroom teacher in performing specific duties as assigned or undertaking specialized tasks to achieve and enhance instructional and behavioral objectives.

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Here's how ABA is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provided specialized ABA therapy for children with autism including developing behavior plans and taught in a natural environment.
  • Supported the development of a program database collecting and reporting on outcome measurement data.
  • Entered numerical data into databases in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Established individual databases on computer for additional reinforcement and assignment completion.
  • Scanned documentation and entered into the database.
  • Enter student information into database.
  • Prepare educational plans for students maintaining accurate, up to date records in special education database.
  • Followed individual education plans and tracked progress via self created database of students' progress.
  • Created and implemented a student database to track various stages of the special education process.
  • Maintain various databases that report student and personnel data to the state for reimbursement.
  • Entered student data and related information into the student's database.
  • Facilitated one-on-one ABA therapy with three individual students in the classroom.
  • Monitor student behavior using ABA methods to ensure social competency.
  • Manage databases of employee groups and student caseloads.
  • Experienced in ABA Therapy and Art Therapy.
  • Applied the principles and techniques of ABA.
  • Organize confidential paperwork and create databases for more effective retrieval Transfer calls to the proper source for varieties of inquiries
  • Establish positive one-on-one relationships with ABA/LLD/IEP students Devise specific teaching style to fit each student's learning style
  • Teach small groups Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Notebook Assist teacher in daily routines and activities
  • Assist with playground supervision Assist teachers with classroom projects Worked under a BCBA Applied ABA techniques to behavior

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Here's how Large Groups is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Work with individual, small groups, or large groups as assigned in accordance the each individual student's minutes.
  • Work independently with students in small or large groups, as well as one on one.
  • Work with individuals, small or large groups on assigned classwork.

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Here's how Master Assignments is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Observe and track student performance, providing extra assistance to help children master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assisted students individually or in small groups helping master assignments/ reinforcing learning concepts presented by teachers.

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Here's how Extra Assistance is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitated instruction and extra assistance in Life Skills and Basic Math to educationally and physically handicapped students.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English speaking students or those with learning disabilities.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs.

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provided minority students with academic guidance, support, and resolution of concerns, resulting in improved academic performance.
  • Assisted largely with behavior intervention and academic performance and progress.

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborate with Speech, Occupational, Physical Therapy and Counseling Therapist to develop effective behavioral and academic strategies for students.
  • Provided physical therapy treatments to students with physical disabilities using therapeutic exercises as instructed by the Physical Therapists.
  • Assist with implementing specialized occupational therapy and physical therapy programs and activities laid out by the Occupational Therapist.
  • Assist student with physical therapy, occupational therapy and related exercises as assigned by position.
  • Assisted in physical therapy program for handling handicapped and disabled children.
  • Provided physical therapy under the direction of a physical therapist.
  • Operated Occupational and Physical Therapy equipment.
  • Assisted with the application of physical therapy appliances, transportation in and out of wheelchairs and implementation of IEP goals.
  • Assist students with physical handicaps in various required extended resources for Speech, Physical Therapy for future independence.
  • Provided physical therapy under the direction of the physical therapist and classroom teacher.
  • Assisted with the weekly execution of Speech Therapy and Physical Therapy Care Plans.
  • Implemented his academics, physical therapy and daily living skills.
  • Aided with the students' physical therapy sessions weekly
  • Applied and removed physical therapy appliances as instructed (e.g.

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39. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assist student with assignments, correcting homework assignments examination material.
  • Grade classroom/homework assignments and assessments.
  • Maintained student files which consisted of test grades, homework assignments, class work, behavior status and attendance records.
  • Graded homework assignments and test, computed and recorded results, and provided answer keys for the instructor.
  • Coordinate instructional efforts with teaching staff; distribute, collect, and review homework assignments.
  • Review test and homework assignments; providing guidance as subject matter expert.
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments and collect them when they are completed.
  • Distributed tests and homework assignments, and collected them when finished.
  • Administer tests, homework assignments, make-up work, etc.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Modify tests, quizzes, homework assignments, etc.
  • Assisted teachers with lesson plans Worked with special needs students on homework assignments Worked with in school suspension students-ISS

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40. Educational Needs

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Here's how Educational Needs is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provided educational support to students with special educational needs to ensure students succeeded in their learning.
  • Communicated effectively with administrators, teachers, and parents on student progress and educational needs.
  • Conducted activities for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration and their individualized educational needs.
  • Support and encourage positive interactions among children with emotional, behavior and educational needs.
  • Meet with parents to discuss their children's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their individualized educational needs.
  • Observe and identify with physical and educational needs of students with disabilities and at risk youth.
  • Assist students with daily educational needs including tutoring students age 5 to 21 in core subjects.
  • Worked with a number of students at Skyline High School, many with differing educational needs.
  • Engaged students in active learning who have a variety of emotional, behavioral and educational needs.
  • Assisted the teacher in teaching students in smaller groups based on their educational needs.
  • Helped with restroom needs, accompanied to class, and assisted with educational needs.
  • Shadowed 5th & 3rd grade students with special educational needs(Autism).
  • Remained professional at all times when working with children with exceptional educational needs.
  • Evaluate, and resolve student educational needs while preparing for standardized test.
  • Assisted teacher with classroom management and assisted students with their educational needs.
  • Administered discrete trials to assess new student's educational needs.
  • Assisted with the care and educational needs of special needs children
  • Assisted students with special educational needs.
  • Maintained psychosocial and educational needs of students with multiple disabilities.

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41. Educational Goals

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Here's how Educational Goals is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Collaborated with wide variety of actors including administration, teachers, and parents in developing student specific behavior and educational goals.
  • Assist children with many behavioral/mental disabilities with educational goals and vocational, physical and occupational therapy.
  • Established attainable educational goals for special education students which promoted personal and educational growth.
  • Attend Department meetings alongside the director and the parents to discuss improvements and educational goals for each individual student.
  • Motivated students to meet their social and educational goals as indicated in their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP).
  • Worked under the supervision of a licensed teacher in order to help achieve educational goals within the classroom.
  • Assist the teacher in helping to achieve educational goals within the classroom.
  • Enhanced curriculum instruction to provide for each child's individual educational goals.
  • Help students meet educational goals by providing support in the classroom.
  • Implemented activities that were concurrent with educational goals of the students
  • Assisted with special needs children in their educational goals.
  • Assist students meet their educational goals.
  • Assist children with their educational goals.
  • Worked in a regular education classroom with Asperger's student to help with social and educational goals and objectives.
  • Assisted teachers of the 9th thru 12th grades * Supported students in educational goals

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Reinforced a nurturing classroom by establishing a safe environment, responding effectively to calm aggressive or harmful behaviors.
  • Maintained a safe environment by responding to emergency/crisis situations according to school policies and procedures.
  • Reinforce skills taught by the teacher, toileting, therapy, and provide a safe environment for the students.
  • Worked closely with families to achieve the best educational outcome for students and ensuring a safe environment for students.
  • Assisted with teaching and monitoring special education students while maintaining a positive and safe environment for the students.
  • Helped maintain a safe environment while supervising daily activities as well as monitoring individuals' diet and health.
  • Participate and implement behavior plans to ensure an effective and safe environment for student to learn.
  • Assisted in maintaining a clean and safe environment for students and staff.
  • Maintain a safe environment for students with profound physical and mental disabilities.
  • Helped to maintain a clean and safe environment conducive to learning.
  • Provide and maintain a safe environment for both teacher and students.
  • Aided teacher in providing a safe environment for students.
  • Provide a safe environment for students and staff.
  • Provided a positive and safe environment to work.
  • Establish safe environments for the students.
  • Identify any issues amongst the camp groups and quickly correct or escalate them, ensuring a safe environment for the children.
  • monitor behavior, counseling, confidentiality, one on one assistance, and providing a safe environment in a classroom setting
  • Maintained safe environment by ensuring all students were acting in a responsible manner.
  • Ensured that appearance, cleanliness and safe environment of cassroom are.
  • Implement the curriculum for the students Maintain a safe environment for the all Followed all rules and regulations set forth by SAISD

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Here's how Instructional Assistance is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teacher with educational activities and provided direct instructional assistance to students with disabilities ages 7-11.
  • Provide instructional assistance, prepare and facilitate services, implementing and reinforcing classroom routine.
  • Accompany mainstreamed students to regular classrooms as assigned; provide individual instructional assistance.
  • Provide individual and small group instructional assistance to students with moderate disabilities.
  • Provide direct individual or group instructional assistance.
  • Provide instructional assistance to special education students.
  • Provided instructional assistance where needed in Math, Science, Social Studies, and Cultural Arts.
  • Oriented and provided instructional assistance to individuals or small groups of students.
  • Provided instructional assistance to reach academic, modification goals in the classroom.
  • Provide instructional assistance to students under the direction of a licensed teacher.
  • Provided instructional assistance to children with special needs.
  • Provide learning and instructional assistance in all subjects.
  • Provide instructional assistance within small group settings.
  • Provided 1 -1 instructional assistance to students.
  • Provided educational and instructional assistance to children with learning differences Worked with students with ADHD, non-verbal learning disorder, and dyslexia
  • Provide instructional assistance to student, Monitor and record students behavior , Work alongside with teacher to accomplish academic goals

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  • Assist lead teacher with daily routine in assignments, individual lesson plans AVID Tutor Dec- Present Chesapeake Public Schools, Virginia.
  • Assist the Out of District Coordinator track tuition and transportation invoices of students educated outside of the public schools.
  • Employed with Virginia Beach City Public Schools System as a third and fourth grade teacher assistant.
  • Assisted in cultivating 25% of eligible special education students to re-enter Chicago Public Schools.
  • Substitute Teacher, Glastonbury, CT Public Schools (2005-06).
  • Participated in supportive workshops in Autism Spectrum at Norfolk Public Schools.
  • Work under the direction of Baltimore City Public Schools Superintendent.

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45. Educational Materials

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Here's how Educational Materials is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted the Special Education teachers and therapists in preparing adaptive educational materials tailor made for every special learner.
  • Coordinated the communication and exchange of educational materials between educators, therapists and students' family members.
  • Work with individuals / groups in class and extracurricular settings to promote assimilation of educational materials.
  • Reproduced, organized, and distributed educational materials and test data.
  • Operated photocopying and duplicating machines to reproduce Educational materials.
  • Manage educational materials and resources procurement.
  • Prepare educational materials for academics.
  • Support teachers in organizing classroom, preparing educational materials, and maintaining written records of students' behavior.
  • Assist classroom teacher with the daily preparation of educational materials for the next days lessons.
  • Help with the student s education through the presentation of educational materials and exercise.
  • Assist in training and education through the presentation of educational materials or exercises.
  • Assisted teachers with checkout and check-in of educational materials and consumables.
  • Modify educational materials to target students' strengths.

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Communicate with Probation officers and Social workers regarding student progress.
  • Assisted teachers, PT, OT, speech therapists, and social workers to fully understand the disabilities of each student.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum as part of a team including Social Workers, Speech and Language Pathologists, and Occupational Therapists.
  • Collaborated with social workers, therapists, and psychiatrists to direct the services for students with special needs.
  • Worked with other professionals, such as speech therapist, social workers, and occupational and physical therapist.
  • Collaborated with teachers, parents, and social workers to help students meet classroom and social IEP goals.
  • Confer with parents, administrators, testing specialist, social workers and educational, physical and social development.
  • Served as a liaison to social workers, speech and language pathologists, therapists, and psychologists.
  • Work closely with other professionals such as social workers, school psychologists and other student support personnel.
  • Collaborated with teachers and clinical social workers to discuss each child's needs.
  • Documented daily behaviors and progress of each client for guardians and social workers.
  • Worked with social workers and therapists to implement effective behavior plans.
  • Assisted students off school bus to the classroom arranged class curriculum Arranged meetings with school social workers

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47. Administration Policies

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Here's how Administration Policies is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Provide appropriate interpretations of administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Assist children individually and in small groups to reinforce learning concepts* Enforce administration policies and rules governing children.
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students * Graded homework and tests, and computed and recorded results.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students, discuss assigned duties with classroom teachers to coordinate instructional efforts.
  • Enforced both classroom and administration policies and rules at all times.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules according to each IEP document.
  • Adhered to all administration policies and rules.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.

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48. Physical Care

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Here's how Physical Care is used in Special Education Assistant jobs:
  • Developed strategies to promote proper physical care, appropriate discipline and tutoring to increase student knowledge-base and competencies.
  • Assisted in education and physical care for K-8 students with profound mental and physical disabilities.
  • Support student's physical care (dressing, feeding and other daily life skills).
  • Assist students with physical care including feeding, bathroom needs, and personal hygiene.
  • Perform variety of activities pertinent to training, physical care, disciplining and tutoring.
  • Assist in maintaining physical care and when required, toileting the students with disabilities.
  • Help students with physical care; feeding, toileting, and individual hygiene.
  • Asssisted with the physical care of students, including lifting and daily living activities.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Education Assistant

Classroom Management

22.2%

Special Needs

21.1%

Behavioral Issues

14.2%

IEP

7.5%

Student Learning

6.8%

Lesson Plans

5.6%

Small Groups

5.5%

Mathematics

3.3%

Instructional Materials

2.4%

Language Arts

2.1%

Personal Care

1.7%

Classroom Setting

1.1%

Kindergarten

1.0%

Daily Activities

0.9%

Recreational Activities

0.9%

Developmental Disabilities

0.9%

Staff Members

0.8%

Positive Reinforcement Method

0.7%

Paraprofessional

0.7%

Social Development

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

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 20.0%
2 Special Needs 19.0%
3 Behavioral Issues 12.7%
4 IEP 6.7%
5 Student Learning 6.1%
6 Lesson Plans 5.0%
7 Small Groups 4.9%
8 Mathematics 2.9%
9 Instructional Materials 2.2%
10 Language Arts 1.9%
11 Personal Care 1.5%
12 Classroom Setting 1.0%
13 Kindergarten 0.9%
14 Daily Activities 0.8%
15 Recreational Activities 0.8%
16 Developmental Disabilities 0.8%
17 Staff Members 0.7%
18 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.6%
19 Paraprofessional 0.6%
20 Social Development 0.6%
21 Social Studies 0.6%
22 Reinforce Learning Concepts 0.6%
23 Student Records 0.5%
24 Independent Living 0.5%
25 Data Collection 0.5%
26 CPI 0.5%
27 Bulletin Boards 0.5%
28 Adhd 0.4%
29 Data Entry 0.4%
30 CPR 0.4%
31 Cerebral Palsy 0.4%
32 Behavioral Objectives 0.3%
33 ABA 0.3%
34 Large Groups 0.3%
35 Master Assignments 0.3%
36 Extra Assistance 0.3%
37 Academic Performance 0.3%
38 Physical Therapy 0.3%
39 Homework Assignments 0.3%
40 Educational Needs 0.3%
41 Educational Goals 0.3%
42 Safe Environment 0.3%
43 Instructional Assistance 0.3%
44 Public Schools 0.3%
45 Educational Materials 0.2%
46 Social Workers 0.2%
47 Administration Policies 0.2%
48 Physical Care 0.2%
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