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Top 49 Special Education Resource Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Education Resource Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Education Resource Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.9% of Special Education Resource Teacher resumes contained Special Needs as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Education Resource Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Special Education Resource Teacher

1. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to observe, evaluate, create and implement individualized education plans for special needs students.
  • Administered district-wide and statewide assessments to students with special needs in small group settings while providing appropriate testing accommodations.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special needs students.
  • Provided and maintained accommodations for special needs students.
  • Identify, support, and instruct students with mild, moderate, or intensive special needs in accordance with educational plans.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers to augment their teaching style to aid special needs students in a regular education classroom.
  • Provided resource services in reading, language arts, and mathematics to special needs students.
  • Coordinated placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes and facilitated full inclusion.
  • Entrusted to teach and ensure the educational of success of special needs students.
  • Provided instruction in core subject areas for students identified with special needs.
  • Created, completed and conducted ARD meetings for studies with special needs.
  • Organized first inclusive programs for second and fourth graders with special needs
  • Worked with teachers to modify instruction for special needs students.
  • Case Manager of upwards of 12 students with special needs.
  • Created and implemented education plans for special needs children.
  • Reinforced lessons working one-on-one with special needs students.
  • Participated in team planning with Kindergarten teachers in order to assure equality for children with special needs.
  • Instructed and moderated special needs students in traditional academics, daily living skills, and language skills.
  • Work with dedicated teaching cohort to plan and deliver multi-sensory learning experiences to special needs children.
  • Developed IEPs, conducted ARDs and assisted in identifying and assessing students with special needs.

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2. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Create, implement, and maintain Individual Education Plans (IEP's) according to state laws and regulations.
  • Schedule and manage Resource Center to meet the IEP minutes and academic and behavioral needs of students.
  • Write individualized and measurable IEP goals for students and monitor progress towards reaching benchmarks.
  • Followed all state and federal laws regarding implementation of IEP's and confidentiality.
  • Prepare student education plans in consultation with parents and IEP team members.
  • Developed and implemented IEP's to meet individual student needs and abilities.
  • Modified curriculum and instruction in compliance with guidelines established in the IEP.
  • Design student IEP's and assisted with specific needs regarding implementation.
  • Attend all IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meetings.
  • Write annual goals for each student with an IEP.
  • Design and utilized IEP goals and objectives.
  • Maintain student IEP Plans and grades.
  • Case manager for IEP's, write and follow IEP goals.
  • Supervised and directed Field Study students, volunteers, and Parapros to execute IEP instructional strategies and supports.
  • Communicate information regarding progress toward achieving IEP goals each grading quarter; Schedule IEP and Re-evaluation meetings.
  • Prepared IEPs, monitored academic progress and remedial levels, and applied program adjustments as needed.
  • Provide appropriate accommodations and modifications in the classrooms for students as specified in their IEPs.
  • Provided service hours to eligible students Drafted IEP's and conducted planning meetings.
  • Elaborate and follow the Instructional Education Program (IEP).
  • Developed IEPs for students and facilitated ARD meetings.

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3. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Employed classroom management and behavior modification strategies to keep students focused, encourage participation, and demonstrate socially acceptable activities.
  • Well versed in current educational theory: Individuated Instruction, language development, classroom management techniques, data-driven instruction.
  • Establish effective classroom management techniques and procedures for maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students.
  • Utilized Best Practice Models in Behavior Modification and classroom management techniques.
  • Exercised classroom management skills and implemented behavior plans.
  • Implement behavior intervention techniques for classroom management.
  • Implemented positive classroom management strategies.
  • Monitored co- teacher s and instructional assistant s classroom management and instruction and supplied feedback.
  • Used ABA techniques to develop Classroom Management techniques appropriate for my resource classrooms.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques and provided a risk-free and safe learning environment.
  • Mentor new teachers on behavioral and classroom management techniques and strategies.
  • Maintained classroom management in small group setting.
  • Applied classroom management techniques as required.
  • Collaborate lesson plans with general education staff Exceptional classroom management skills.
  • develop working classroom management structures both for resource room implementation as well as consultation with general classroom teachers for behavior management.

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4. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Provided educational lesson plans and supplementary materials to facilitate the needs of the individual student needs.
  • Prepared individualized lesson plans that reflected accommodations for differences in the learning styles of students.
  • Developed lesson plans and specialized instruction in an inclusion model setting.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Develop lesson plans for regular/special education students.
  • Administered and analyzed the STEP Reading Assessment and implemented guided reading lesson plans from the analysis
  • Developed curricula, assembled teaching materials, created lesson plans and taught all subjects.
  • Modified and differentiated lesson plans to help meet the needs of specific individuals.
  • Created lesson plans in accordance with state curriculum and school-wide curriculum feedback.
  • Provided specialized instruction through pull-outs; modified lesson plans and assessments.
  • Work with teacher of record to accommodate lesson plans for students.
  • Analyzed student data to support lesson plans and student IEP goals.
  • Planned and executed lesson plans specifically tailored to students IEP goals.
  • Designed and implemented a series of guided reading lesson plans.
  • Prepare lesson plans and meet all special education requirements.
  • Developed and implemented daily lesson plans for English class.
  • Created full lesson plans for students primarily LD.
  • Designed lesson plans to enable different learning styles.
  • Prepared and modified lesson plans.
  • Created and executed individualized lesson plans for students with learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, and visual impairments.

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5. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Serviced a variety of high functioning special education students in a low-income neighborhood; taught elementary school mathematics and writing.
  • Provide individualized mathematics instruction for students with special needs that include SLD, AUT, ED, and OHI.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in one or more subjects such as English and Mathematics.
  • Assisted students across the curriculum including reading, mathematics, written language, science, and social studies.
  • Instructed students in Ecology, History, English, Career Education, Keyboarding, and Mathematics.
  • Designed and implemented adapted elementary curriculum in Mathematics to scaffold basicskills to students with Intellectual Disabilities at Forest Ridge Elementary.
  • Developed intensive multi-sensory remediation programs in reading, mathematics, and written language for at-risk students with disabilities.
  • School Year Planned, developed, implemented, and evaluated 9th through 12th grade Special Education Resource Reading and Mathematics curriculum
  • Case Manager, TAKS tutor, Reading TAKS-A administrator, Mathematics TAKS-M administrator with oral administration.
  • Instructed students in Reading and Mathematics.

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6. General Education Curriculum
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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Restructured general education curriculum for students in a full academic pull-out program who had mild to moderate learning disabilities
  • Modified general education curriculum for needs of students using a variety of instructional techniques and instructional technology.
  • Modified general education curriculum and instructional activities to help students with disabilities be successful in regular classroom.
  • Modified curriculum for special education students to access general education curriculum within classroom.
  • Adapted general education curriculum for students with cognitive delays.
  • Created and designed lessons for students based on their IEP goals that paralleled with the general education curriculum.
  • Design instruction, both individual and small group, which parallels the general education curriculum.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of general education curriculum, including the Grade Level Expectations and State Standards.
  • Modified and taught the general education curriculum for special education students in grades 1-5.
  • Modified the general education curriculum to meet students' individual needs.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon their disabilities.
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs student's based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies, including SMARTboard.

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7. Behavioral Issues
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8. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate in creating common formative assessments to measure student learning outcomes.
  • Emphasized personalized and individualized modes of instruction to facilitate student learning.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents, students, and community regarding classroom instruction, student learning success, and programming.
  • Utilized technology, one-on-one, small group, and partner work to enhance student learning.
  • Collaborated with other teachers in the department and school to enhance student learning.
  • Facilitated Special Education student learning through the use of variety of teaching methods.
  • Plan and implement strategies to achieve targets related to student learning outcomes.
  • Used differentiated instruction to allow students multiple ways to ensure student learning.
  • Design classroom and learning accommodations that enable student learning and growth.
  • Facilitate, monitor, and assess student learning.
  • Assisted in the coordination of push in and pull out of student activities to aid in student learning process.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans for students in grades 3-5 Used Swain Direct Instruction Program to aid student learning

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9. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare lesson plans and plan math, reading, and language arts Common Core curriculum with a team of teachers.
  • Provide math, reading, and language arts instruction to 4th and 5th grade Resource students when teacher was unable.
  • Provided instruction in English/Language Arts (ELA) and Math for students with learning impairments.
  • Served as language arts resource/inclusion teacher and case manager for grades 6-8.
  • Design and implement GED lessons for Science and Language Arts.
  • Mainstreamed children from their regular class for remediation in pre-readiness skills, reading, basic math and language arts.
  • Case Manager for 10 Special Education students Co-taught inclusive Language Arts and Math classes Co-facilitated Special Education Reading Program

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10. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Demonstrated collaborative teaching methodology and conducted one-on-one student instruction in small groups.
  • Assisted general education teachers in the areas of reading, language arts, and math by pulling small groups or re-teaching.
  • Work with small groups, as well as one-on-one with students to meet IEP goals.
  • Worked in small groups and differentiated instruction based on each student's modifications.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Led Tier II and II small groups for instruction/intervention.
  • Read books to entire classes and small groups.
  • Create specialized academic instruction for small groups.
  • Conducted small groups and flexible grouping.
  • Teach reading, language arts and math in pull-out small groups comprised of ED and LD in own classroom.
  • Instructed small groups in all academic areas .

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11. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with stakeholders on joint-class activities that included school government, plays, programs, and guest speakers.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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12. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Preformed academic and social growth diagnostic evaluations that determined grade level and academic challenges.
  • Collaborated with grade level teachers and instructional assistants.
  • Utilized teaching principles and best practices and standards-based instruction for assigned subject(s) and grade level(s).
  • Collaborate closely with content area teachers in order to create instruction that is aligned with grade level curriculum.
  • Established the initial collaborative resource program to implement the inclusion model at the sixth grade level;.
  • Selected most effective research-based teaching practices for the assigned grade level(s) and subject matter.
  • Collaborate with grade level teachers in a push-in model of co-teaching in the general education classroom.
  • Implemented a remedial balanced literacy program for students performing 1-2 years below grade level.
  • Served as grade level chair and facilitated meetings after school to improve teaching practices.
  • Participated in grade level curriculum and team meetings, parent conferences, IEP meetings.
  • Interacted with special education students at multiple grade levels through relevant instruction.
  • Implemented reading/math interventions with below grade level students (K-2)
  • Administered ISAT Reader Script Testing to all included grade levels.
  • Performed the duties of Grade Level Leader and Mentor.
  • Improved students SDAA (State Developed Alternative Assessment) test scores by 1.5 - 2.5 grade levels.
  • Collaborate with grade level general education teachers to plan effective team teaching and lesson planning.
  • Created and applied lesson plans catering to several skill and grade levels.
  • Provided classroom managment while teaching and supervising six grade levels.
  • Grade levels 6-8 Resource Teacher/Behavioral Interventalist Administered ARD meeting and required documents necessary for individual learning plans.

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13. Educational Programs
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Here's how Educational Programs is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers, special education teachers, and specialists to implement educational programs.
  • Developed and implemented educational programs for students with intense special needs.

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14. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed differentiated instructional materials and delivered instruction to small and large groups.
  • Determined and aligned instructional materials based on student needs and diagnostic data.
  • Resulted in new equipment and instructional materials, as well as increased funding and staffing.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Plan curriculum and prepare lessons and other instructional materials to meet the individual needs of students.

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15. Resource Room
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Here's how Resource Room is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented resource room curriculum for students with Learning Disabilities 9-12
  • Provide remedial instruction to students in a resource room setting.
  • Worked one-on-one with students in the Resource Room and in the classroom as a Resource Teacher for students with Learning Disabilities.
  • Planned and instructed in primary Resource Room for LD and ED students.
  • Teach Mathematic classes in a resource room setting.

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16. Kindergarten
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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Created individualized lessons to accommodate education levels ranging from Kindergarten to 8th Grade.
  • Incorporated individual educational plans for students in Kindergarten -4th Grade.
  • Planned and implemented lessons for students from Kindergarten through fourth grade in order to meet IEP goals.
  • Developed and taught the only self-contained kindergarten within the district, drawing from six elementary schools.
  • Provide instruction to students enrolled in Head Start, Kindergarten, and Inclusive classrooms.
  • Lead teacher in extended day Kindergarten Plus program for early childhood special education students.
  • Coordinated Math curriculum for Kindergarten through 6th grade with regular ed.
  • Work across grade levels - kindergarten - fifth grade.
  • Instructed students in kindergarten through eighth grades.
  • Introduced social skills instruction to kindergarten students.
  • Create entire curriculums for grade levels kindergarten through 3rd.

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17. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and conducted learning activities in reading, math, science, and social studies.
  • Assisted students in an inclusion setting during Science and Social Studies
  • Collaborated and modeled modified instruction and tests with science and social studies teacher colleagues.

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18. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Serve as a mentor for new teachers in data and curriculum development.

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19. Co-Taught
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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Worked closely and co-taught with general education teachers.
  • Incorporated Research based teaching strategies into the resource and co-taught environment.
  • Co-planned and co-taught with teachers in an inclusion classroom.

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20. Core Subjects
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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed Individual Education Plans for students who were below level in core subjects, with and emphasis in Reading and Math.
  • Teach core subjects, math, reading and writing in small group pull out instruction.

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22. RTI
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Here's how RTI is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Fostered parent communication and participation in the creation and implementation of Individualized Education Programs for special-needs students.
  • Participated in teacher in-services and staff meetings, developed working relationships with fellow staff and administrators.
  • Team lead over two non-certified special education teachers and a paraprofessional.
  • Participated in periodic reviews and multidisciplinary conferences.
  • Participated in and demonstrated sensory activities.
  • Coordinated and participated in the Student Success Team (SST) to provide supports and assistance during the referral process.
  • Participated in weekly faculty meetings, ongoing Student Improvement Teams, Individual Education Plan meetings, and weekly professional development.
  • Served on the School based Behavior team and responsible for providing intervention to various students in the RTI process.
  • Participated in and attended Intervention Referral Services meetings and wrote action plans to assist the regular education teacher.
  • Collaborate with teachers about student data, RTI process, IEP accommodations and modifications and lesson plans.
  • Monitor student progress, participates in review and revision of IEP's, as appropriate.
  • Draft and maintain the confidentiality of legal documents pertaining to the program and its participants.
  • Participated in Curriculum Night, Parent Reading Night, Parent-Teacher Conferences.
  • Participated in after school programs; i.e.
  • Participated in weekly Student Study Team meetings.
  • Attended and participated in IEP meetings.
  • SIT (Student Intervention Team Member) part of the RTI Team.
  • Manage classroom organization Articulate curriculum between and among student levels.
  • Created solutions in the areas of retention, reporting, progress and improvements that led to increased processes for students.
  • Planned and participated in school's Career Day Participated in planning, writing and implementing schools SIPAAA

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23. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Participate in the many literacy-based professional development opportunities throughout the school year.
  • Designed and implemented the site special education program with a roster of 28 students for ongoing, intensive literacy remediation.
  • Train and provide professional development in Read Naturally, Word Warm Ups, and other literacy instruction.
  • Assisted in implementing a literacy/reading strategies program in the Special Education department for English classes.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Guided literacy development and problem solving of children labeled disabled, ages 5-8.
  • Provided literacy and math instruction to 4th, 5th, and 6th graders.
  • Implemented literacy strategies to help students succeed both in and out of school.
  • Used the Balanced Literacy model to teach across the curriculum.
  • Implemented the Fountas & Pinnell Leveled Literacy Intervention system for reading and writing instruction in fourth and fifth grades.
  • Trained to implement Orton Gillingham multi-sensory literacy program.

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24. Student Records
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Here's how Student Records is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained meticulous student records and progress reports.
  • Review and manage student records.
  • Generate and maintain student records Monitor and document students' academic success
  • Assigned tasks to aide, tracked progress and updated student records as necessary.
  • Maintained all student records which included instructional IEPs, behavioral IEPs, and student accommodation sheets.
  • Managed student records in Zangle .

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25. Direct Instruction
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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Deliver small group instruction as well as one-to-one direct instruction while meeting different ability levels and emotional needs.
  • Provide direct and indirect instructional support to students in a positive environment.
  • Execute instructional strategies including direct instruction and discrete trial training.
  • Improved students' reading levels through guided reading groups and whole group instruction using Success For All direct instruction reading program.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans for whole group and small group focusing on direct instruction and (D.O.K.)
  • Provide direct instruction as specified on all IEP's through inclusion, small group, and individual instruction.
  • Provided direct instruction in basic skills or instructional support to complete grade-level assignments given in their classrooms.
  • Provided direct instruction to children with special needs toward IEP mastery.
  • Provided direct instruction program for children with learning disabilities to remediate reading, arithmetic, and writing deficits.

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26. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Enforce Core curriculum subject areas to students with learning disabilities
  • Prepared instruction in a resource classroom in all subject areas for students with mild, moderate, and severe learning impairments.
  • Provided resource instruction for students (4-6) in all subject areas Designed and implemented IEP's for instruction
  • Provided classroom instruction for 2nd grade non-categorical students in all subject areas Designed and implemented IEP's for instruction
  • Modified curriculum in all subject areas.
  • Provided classroom instruction for 5th and 6th grade self-contained students in all subject areasDesigned and implemented IEP's for instruction
  • Created modifications for students in various subject areas and strived to provide students with various types of accommodations.

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27. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Promote communication between special education teachers, regular education teachers, parents, administration and other staff members.
  • Trained and managed 2-3 support staff members at a time, ensuring appropriate techniques were used when engaging with children.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Coordinated services with community agencies, administration, other staff members and student's families.
  • Managed assigned caseload and worked with other staff members cooperatively (Team teaching).
  • Established a great rapport with teachers, administrators and other staff members.
  • Observed demo lessons of perspective employees and of current staff members.
  • Mentored new special education staff members through the Danielson Framework for Teaching.

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28. Social Workers
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Here's how Social Workers is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated and communicated with general education teachers, special education teachers, parents, psychologists and social workers as necessary.
  • Conferred with parents, administrators, testing specialists and social workers to develop Individual Educational Plan (IEP).

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29. Administrative Regulations
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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.

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31. K-6
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Here's how K-6 is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Decide on the least restrictive environment for the student as well as most appropriate state assessment for student's grades Pk-6.
  • Teach Reading TEKS objectives to children from 10 to 14 years of age with ability levels from PK-6th.
  • Provided resource instruction in reading and math for students K-6 Designed and implemented IEP's for instruction
  • Teach Reading and Writing TEKS objectives from K-6th ability levels.
  • Experienced in teaching grades K-6.

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Provided assistance for students, parents and school staff within Prince George's County Public Schools school programs.
  • Employed by Union Township Public Schools as a temporary leave replacement teacher
  • Time of Employment: August 2015-Present Wake County Public Schools

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33. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Supported K-5 classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a caseload of about 35 students per year.
  • Provided classroom and individualized special education instruction to children in grades K-5th that are diagnosed with LD/MR.
  • Planned, prepared, and delivered engaging curriculum for grades K-5 special needs students.
  • Case manager for 10-27 students in grades K-5 with special needs.
  • Served as caseload manager for 10 students from grades K-5.
  • Provided diagnostic prescriptive teaching to students in grades K-5.
  • Case management of special education students grades K-5.
  • Develop and implement Individual Education Programs (IEPs) for students (K-5) for over twenty students.
  • Provided adapted grade-level curriculum to student with Learning Disabilities/ELLs (K-5).

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34. Resource Setting
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Here's how Resource Setting is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with elementary-aged children with physical and learning challenges in a cross-categorical resource setting
  • Provided classroom instruction for students of all ages and abilities within the elementary resource setting.
  • Worked with elementary students in both a self-contained and resource setting during Summer School.
  • Worked with students in a resource setting as well as in inclusion.
  • Directed students in strategy building in team-taught and resource settings.
  • Delivered intervention instruction to students in the resource setting.
  • Created lessons to meet the needs of a caseload of multi-categorical students in a resource setting.
  • Developed and implemented IEPs, working individually and in small group resource settings.

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35. Positive Reinforcement Method
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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behavior by using positive reinforcement methods.

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36. Academic Areas
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Here's how Academic Areas is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Teach 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students with multiple disabilities in all academic areas using pull-out model.
  • Hold annual IEP meetings to introduce goals as well as inform parents of current academic areas of need.
  • Instruct students in all academic areas through homework help and small group instruction.
  • Worked with learning disabled students in core academic areas in a resource setting.
  • Planned daily lessons for multiple grade levels in all academic areas.
  • Instructed students in 6 academic areas and 5 reading groups.

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37. Pbis
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Here's how Pbis is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a positive learning environment by implementing behavioral management strategies including PBIS and Love and Logic.
  • Represent our campus' special education department as team leader, and active member of the PBIS and disciplinary teams.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers on individual student educational plans Co-chaired on the PBIS committee and participant on the RTI committee.
  • Presented training information (PBIS) to colleagues that resulted in campus-wide accepted behavior modification plan.

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38. Data Collection
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Here's how Data Collection is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Improved data collection and increased student success by introducing innovative technology and teaching strategies.
  • Completed structured observations including the BOSS and trained staff to do structured observation and data collection.
  • Train new teachers on use of data collection, interventions, documentation, and progress monitoring methods.

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39. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed Individual Educational Plans to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Observed & evaluated students' performance, behavior & social development.
  • Observe and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

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Here's how Dibels is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Qualified to administer and report on the Woodcock - Johnson, Behavior plans, DIBELS, and CSAP's.
  • Facilitate the use of DIBELS three times a year for all primary students in district.
  • Assisted classroom teachers in assessing using DiBels instrument.
  • Led a DIBELS intervention group.

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41. Academic Subjects
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Here's how Academic Subjects is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed students in all academic subjects, and helped write and fulfill behavioral and academic plans
  • Planned and taught classes in core academic subjects for a combined third- and fourth-grade class.

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42. ELA
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Here's how ELA is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Developed, documented and facilitated IEP meetings, collaborated with support services and related service providers.
  • Developed relationships with students, parents and teachers and facilitated ongoing monthly meetings.
  • Established relationships to build academic and social/emotional skills of students.
  • Conducted in-services related to district curriculum and special education.
  • Corresponded with parents and related service providers.
  • Maintained a very close working relationship with our school social worker in order to provide services to our team of students.
  • Sustain strong relationships with students, parents, and other teachers in order to provide the best possible education for students.
  • Developed a working relationship with Apple to incorporate technology into the classroom to meet the needs of all learners.
  • Concentrated areas; teaching various specialized subjects related to Math, Language Arts, & Reading for grades K-7.
  • Collaborate with the classroom teacher to define appropriate lessons for the students in relation to the state curriculum.
  • Maintained an excellent working relationship with all parents in order to promote effective communication between home and school.
  • Communicated with parents on a regular basis to build positive relationships and discuss student needs and expectations.
  • Developed strong relationships with faculty, staff, students, parents, and the community.
  • Maintained good relationships with parents by including them with the individual education planning process.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teacher and school administrators.
  • Established relationships with teachers and families to ensure students' success.
  • Communicated classroom present level of performance and accommodations to all core academic and related arts teachers.
  • Completed TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-handicapped CHildren) training.
  • Preformed other related duties as assigned by the school principle such as classroom coverage, bus duty, and lunch duty.
  • Worked closely with related service providers that provided required Assistive Technology to meet their needs.

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43. Individual Instruction
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Here's how Individual Instruction is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Assessed each students progress provided small group and individual instruction.
  • Utilized diverse techniques to engage learning including individual instruction, problem solving, and group work.

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44. Nwea
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Here's how Nwea is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Administer tests such as ISAT, ACCESS, Illinois Government Exam, and NWEA testing.
  • Led the data team with interpreting results, including NWEA and other benchmark assessments.

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45. OHI
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46. General Education Setting
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Here's how General Education Setting is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with general educators in all disciplines, para educators, to assist students with identified disabilities in general education settings.
  • Partner with teachers to support RSP and SDC students in the general education setting.
  • Supervised and trained para-professionals to work with students in special education and general education settings Served minority students with disabilities

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47. Regular Basis
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Here's how Regular Basis is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Provided appropriate diagnostic testing, identifies student capabilities and monitors student progress on a regular basis.
  • Conduct ARD Committee meetings on a regular basis.
  • Assessed students on a regular basis and recorded grades on Realtime.

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48. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Decrease the negative impact of students' disabilities and health conditions to enhance academic performance.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Establish high standards and expectations for all students for academic performance and responsible behavior.

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49. Skill Levels
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Here's how Skill Levels is used in Special Education Resource Teacher jobs:
  • Engage learners in differentiated learning experiences tailored to the range, skill levels and developmental needs of each student.
  • Employed through the state of West Virginia and work with varying grade and skill levels in each class.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Education Resource Teacher

Special Needs

21.3%

IEP

12.9%

Classroom Management

10.0%

Lesson Plans

9.0%

Mathematics

7.6%

General Education Curriculum

6.8%

Behavioral Issues

6.7%

Student Learning

6.1%

Language Arts

3.6%

Small Groups

2.6%

Class Activities

2.2%

Grade Level

1.6%

Educational Programs

1.4%

Instructional Materials

1.4%

Resource Room

1.3%

Kindergarten

1.3%

Social Studies

1.2%

Curriculum Development

1.1%

Co-Taught

1.0%

Core Subjects

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Special Education Resource Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Special Needs 18.9%
2 IEP 11.5%
3 Classroom Management 8.9%
4 Lesson Plans 8.0%
5 Mathematics 6.7%
6 General Education Curriculum 6.0%
7 Behavioral Issues 5.9%
8 Student Learning 5.4%
9 Language Arts 3.2%
10 Small Groups 2.3%
11 Class Activities 1.9%
12 Grade Level 1.4%
13 Educational Programs 1.3%
14 Instructional Materials 1.2%
15 Resource Room 1.2%
16 Kindergarten 1.1%
17 Social Studies 1.0%
18 Curriculum Development 1.0%
19 Co-Taught 0.9%
20 Core Subjects 0.9%
21 General Education Classes 0.8%
22 RTI 0.7%
23 Literacy 0.7%
24 Student Records 0.7%
25 Direct Instruction 0.6%
26 Subject Areas 0.5%
27 Staff Members 0.5%
28 Social Workers 0.4%
29 Administrative Regulations 0.4%
30 Adhd 0.4%
31 K-6 0.4%
32 Public Schools 0.4%
33 K-5 0.4%
34 Resource Setting 0.4%
35 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.4%
36 Academic Areas 0.4%
37 Pbis 0.3%
38 Data Collection 0.3%
39 Social Development 0.3%
40 Dibels 0.3%
41 Academic Subjects 0.3%
42 ELA 0.3%
43 Individual Instruction 0.2%
44 Nwea 0.2%
45 OHI 0.2%
46 General Education Setting 0.2%
47 Regular Basis 0.2%
48 Academic Performance 0.2%
49 Skill Levels 0.2%
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