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Top 50 Special Education Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Education Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Education Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.5% of Special Education Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Education Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Special Education Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented lesson plans using differentiation strategies to support achievement for students Maintained classroom management using positive behavior system.
  • Facilitated all duties of a regular classroom teacher engaging classroom management skills specializing in small groups and one-on-one tutoring.
  • Established and continuously revised comprehensive classroom management plan to address students' individual and collective behavior issues.
  • Incorporated strategies to meet Individual Education Program requirements, and utilizing appropriate classroom management methods.
  • Implemented various classroom management techniques for maintaining student attention, involvement and discipline.
  • Implemented classroom management and procedures to create a welcoming environment for students.
  • Performed instruction and classroom management based on legislation requirements.
  • Created effective classroom management system and individual behavior plans.
  • Perform classroom management duties; enforce rules governing the conduct of students; take appropriate disciplinary action with students when necessary.
  • Created classroom management plans to suit needs of students with emotional disturbances to reduce number of visits to crisis room.
  • Maintain solid classroom management in order to provide students with work -oriented, stress- free learning environment.
  • Create behavior modification plans to help keep students focused and to assist with classroom management.
  • Initiate, facilitate, and moderate parent meetings, classroom management and discussions.
  • Developed strong classroom management skills, with classroom rules and consequences.
  • Assist with classroom management in resource and general education setting.
  • Provided constructive student feedback, student guidance and classroom management.
  • Assist with classroom management and instruction.
  • Provided leadership, classroom management, and behavior management for a successful learning environment.
  • Maintained classroom management rules and regulations Liaison between parents and administration during meetings.
  • Establish Classroom Management for special education students .

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2. Special Education Services
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Here's how Special Education Services is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Provide content support to lead teacher's lessons that included accommodations and modifications for students that received special education services.
  • Administered and scored standardized educational tests and prepared reports to be used for determining eligibility for special education services.
  • Conducted educational evaluations to assess the academic, social/emotional and linguistic abilities of students referred for special education services.
  • Administered assessment, and achievement batteries to determine eligibility for special education services.
  • Provided special education services for at-risk populations residing in a hospital setting.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents to develop appropriate Special Education services.
  • Evaluate and provide appropriate special education services to assigned children.
  • Provide special education services for students with mental impairments, specific learning disabilities, behavioral and emotional disorders, and autism.
  • Initiated placement procedures, for accepted student referrals, to special education services, (inclusion and resource room).
  • Collaborated and informed parents about their children's progress and participated in the design of special education services.
  • Tested and assessed special needs students, in order to determine their eligibility for special education services.
  • Prepare IEP's and service students receiving special education services within a high school setting.
  • Administered diagnostic tests to students to assess need for remedial or special education services.
  • Provided the Special Education Services to families and students that had Individual Education Plans.
  • Provided special education services to private and parochial schools located within the district.
  • Assure legal and regulatory compliance for Special Education Services.
  • Developed, implemented, and evaluated individual education plans (IEPs) for students ages 4-22 classified needing special education services.
  • Coordinated curriculum and special education services by communicating with the student's sending school.
  • Performed observations and eligibility reports of students referred for special education services Conducted IEP meetings of special education students Additional Training/Professional Development
  • Provided special education services within the home for a children with various cognitive delays, including autism and traumatic brain injury..

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3. Behavioral Issues
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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared progress reports and initiated contact with parents to address academic or behavioral issues when necessary.
  • Worked collaboratively with early childhood teachers to assist them with students with emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs to effectively handle challenging behavioral issues.
  • Monitored and provided support to students with emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Manage caseload of students with Emotional/Behavioral issues.
  • Counseled students with emotional/behavioral issues.
  • Assisted in functional behavior assessment and the development of behavior support plans for students with significant behavioral issues.
  • Develop, plan, and implement individualized lesson plans for students with disabilities coupled with behavioral issues.
  • Program designed to meet needs of females ages 12-18 with emotional, learning and behavioral issues.
  • Conduct weekly one-on-one counseling sessions to discuss academic, social or behavioral issues with students.
  • Conducted conferences with parents in order to discuss students' academic progress and behavioral issues.
  • Created and served as coordinator of positive support program for students with behavioral issues.
  • Work with students with emotional and behavioral issues in a self contained classroom.
  • Conducted social skills groups for students with behavioral issues.
  • Counseled students who had behavioral issues.
  • Scheduled conferences with children individually to remediate their behavioral issues.
  • Grade W orked with children with reading difficulties, Attention Deficit Disorders and behavioral issues.
  • Manage two para-educators and two PSR workers for students with behavioral issues.
  • Developed, implemented, and evaluated IEPs Created a classroom management system to successfully address behavioral issues.
  • Work with grades 9-12 Students having moderate disabilities Students having behavioral issues

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4. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated student learning by following accommodations and modifications as stated in their Individual Education Plans
  • Promote and maintain environment conducive to student learning and academic success and teacher/student report.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Incorporated professional development activities associated with student learning into classroom activities.
  • Assessed student learning and made necessary improvements.
  • Attended various professional courses to better student learning
  • Optimized student learning through the use of ongoing informal and formal assessments to measure effectiveness, and adapted instruction as required.
  • Selected, adapted, and evaluated a variety of learning strategies and instructional materials to enhance student learning and extend content.
  • Developed and implemented individual education plans (IEP), classroom, and behavior management plans maximizing student learning experiences.
  • Employed interactive learning sessions within co-operative groups to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Plan and supervise field trips to enhance student learning as a class in a social set- ting.
  • Implemented differentiated instruction based upon student learning styles and the needs of various learning disabilities.
  • Collaborated with fellow teachers, parents and students enhancing student learning and well being.
  • Utilized inclusive practices to ensure and promote student learning and achievement among all students.
  • Worked with parents to accept and develop skills in dealing with student learning impairment.
  • Developed differentiated lesson plans to cater to various student learning styles.
  • Utilized a variety of technology to enhance student learning.
  • Monitor student learning to determine if goals and standards are being met through both formative and summative assessment.
  • Employed classroom activities that requires co-operative techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Unified School District Instructed students with a variety of abilities at the Student Learning Center.

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5. General Education Curriculum
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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Modified the general education curriculum and implemented strategies for students with special needs, based upon their individual educational requirements.
  • Modify general education curriculum to meet goals, objectives and individual student needs in all areas of academic achievement.
  • Designed and implemented accommodations and modifications necessary for students with disabilities to access the general education curriculum.
  • Provided specially designed instruction to students with learning disabilities by making modifications to the general education curriculum.
  • Designed individual and small group instructional strategies that paralleled and supported the general education curriculum.
  • Create weekly lesson plans, modify general education curriculum to meet different student individualized needs.
  • Revised general education curriculum based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Modify general education curriculum to accommodate learning styles and follow Common Core standards.
  • Created collaborative teaching partnerships to ensure special needs inclusion within general education curriculum.
  • Adapted and modified general education curriculum to enable student success.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special needs students.
  • Modify general education curriculum for special-needs students.
  • Educate and support students with mild to moderate learning disabilities and other health impairments, modifying the general education curriculum.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special needs students based on a variety of instructional techniques and strategies.
  • Designed instruction, both individual and small group, which parallels the general education curriculum.
  • Modified tests and quizzes so students' could easily access the general education curriculum.
  • Encouraged and reinforced lessons students were taught in the General Education curriculum.
  • Implemented IEP goals within the general education curriculum.
  • Educated special needs students in a variety of subjects, modifying the general education curriculum and providing individualized instruction.
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students, based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.

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6. Individual Education Plans
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Here's how Individual Education Plans is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Created individual education plans to identify and implement goals tailored to student's individual needs and abilities.
  • Consulted with General Education teachers of mainstreamed students, developed, and implemented Individual Education Plans.
  • Maintained individual education plans for students and monitored student progress on a regular basis.
  • Created individual education plans and plans for inclusion within the general population.
  • Developed and implemented individual education plans with teachers, clinicians and parents.
  • Coordinated and facilitated ARD meetings; prepared Individual Education Plans.
  • Produced Individual Education Plans and educational summaries.
  • Maintained Individual Education Plans and Evaluations.
  • Developed and implemented Individual Education Plans.
  • Provided services to staff, parents and community agencies regarding questions about student records, Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • Coordinated and adapted lesson plans to meet the students' individual education plans in all curricular areas grades 9th - 12th.
  • Developed and wrote goals and strategies for annual Individual Education Plans, facilitated meetings, and monitored plans for compliance.
  • Mentor new special education teachers to monitor scheduling, student services, and compliance of Individual Education Plans.
  • Write Individual Education Plans, facilitate IEP meetings and carry out IEP accommodations and modifications.
  • Construct individual education plans; modify and adapt curriculum to meet students' needs.
  • Evaluated data and reports to develop individual education plans.
  • Developed Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and represented the school in hearings that determined special needs for students.
  • Assisted teachers with lesson instruction and ensured adherence to Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Developed Individual Education Plans (IEPs) and conducted IEP meetings.
  • Write, implement, and coordinate individual education plans Supervise 7 instructional assistants Conduct formal and informal educational assessments Develop alternative curricula

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7. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Modified materials and delivered instruction to general and special education students in mathematics and physical science courses
  • Participated in creation of accommodations to the general education social studies and mathematics curriculum
  • Adapted and differentiated classroom curriculum to teach ELA/Reading and Mathematics.
  • Developed a course and curriculum called Transitional Mathematics.
  • Adapt 6th and 7th grade curriculum to teach CCLS Mathematics and English Language Arts, to students in a self-contained classroom.
  • Provided differentiated special education instruction in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies for grades 1 through 8.
  • Teach essential high-school level mathematics skills that are required for graduation and to achieve passing scores on standardized assessments.
  • Managed instruction through discussions and demonstrations in various subjects such as English, mathematics, and social studies.
  • Keep accurate records in the area of student improvement for the subject areas of Mathematics and History.
  • Differentiated instruction to teach reading, English, and mathematics to sixth grade students with various disabilities.
  • Provided small group instruction in a Resource Room setting for 3rd and 4th grade mathematics.
  • Assisted 7th grade co-teaching teams in Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science.
  • Created lesson plans for three different ability levels in reading and mathematics.
  • Competed in both the Continental and the Illinois Mathematics League competitions.
  • Differentiated core content classwork in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies to meet each student on level.
  • Implement and evaluate individual education programs (I.E.P) for students within the department of Mathematics and History.
  • Provided support for organizational skills, early literacy and mathematics using both inclusion and pullout mod- els.
  • Trained in Connected Mathematics CMP3 Interviewed & recommended potential incoming 6th grade students.
  • instruct students in special education population in mathematics, reading, english and language arts.
  • Channel View High School 1000 Beach Channel Drive Far Rockaway, NY ICT for Mathematics and Science

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8. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Develop individualized lesson plans for each student in self-contained classroom.
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Develop individualized lesson plans for students.
  • Conducted classroom instruction; prepared daily lesson plans; administered tests; provided feedback on learning achievements and needs for improvement.
  • Executed lesson plans for a variety of subjects for Special Education classes to aid in the development of the students.
  • Developed and implements daily lesson plans to promote active learning, problem solving, and small group work.
  • Created weekly Goal Packets & lesson plans, quizzes/ tests, review materials, science labs.
  • Create active engaging lesson plans for students with various academic, emotional, and behavioral needs.
  • Developed lesson plans based on curriculum, student goals, modifications, and accommodations.
  • Manage classes, follow lesson plans, and encourage students to do their best
  • Monitor student's behavior and mental health status to differentiate lesson plans.
  • Create and or follow lesson plans for appropriate level of students assigned.
  • Write and carry out weekly lesson plans, including differentiation of instruction.
  • Utilized technology and traditional resources to create and execute lesson plans.
  • Develop lesson plans based on Standards of Learning.
  • Assist teacher with creating and implementing lesson plans.
  • Administer lesson plans in teachers' absence.
  • Develop, implement, create and evaluate multi-sensory lesson plans to accommodate multiple learning styles in five reading classes per day.
  • Prepared lesson plans and IEPs, obtained necessary materials, interfaced with parents, and held IEP meetings.
  • Create and implement project -based lesson plans Follow behavior protocols during instructional and non-instructional times in a professional manner.

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9. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary team to address individual special needs of specific students
  • Differentiated instruction for special needs and bilingual learners.
  • Developed age and ability level curriculum for students with special needs meeting state and district standards.
  • Collaborated with first grade teachers to promote successful learning for children with special needs.
  • Initiated inclusion of students with special needs for the end of year awards program.
  • Prepare and lead activities for seventh and eighth grade students with special needs.
  • Helped perform intervention for three special needs students who later passed academic tests.
  • Provided differentiated lessons to students with special needs as specified in their IEP.
  • Specialized in reading instruction for students with a variety of special needs.
  • Develop detailed lesson plans that are tailored to students with special needs.
  • Provided individualized instruction for young students with a variety of special needs.
  • Provided pull out support for students with special needs in grades 9-12.
  • Assisted special needs students perform daily tasks in a middle school environment.
  • Coordinate placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes.
  • Teach special needs students grade K- 8.
  • Design and implement instruction using a common core curriculum that is tailored specifically to special needs students.
  • Worked as a special Education Teacher with Hight School Students, with special needs.
  • Collaborated with parents and professionals to develop IEPs for students with special needs.
  • Lead teacher in a self contained, third grade special needs classroom.
  • Created IEPs for students with special needs.

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10. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Constructed Individual Educational Plan (IEP) goals and monitored them monthly to ensure that goals were met.
  • Designed and Implemented IEP's for a diverse range of students with varying disabilities.
  • Facilitated IEP meetings with educational professionals, agencies, parents, and students.
  • Complete student IEP records, grades, and other required records.
  • Provide academic setting for learning disabled formulate and maintain IEP's.
  • Present subject matter according to guidelines established by IEP.
  • Used data to create IEP goals and objectives.
  • Formulate and maintain current updated IEP's.
  • Conducted Annual Review and re-evaluation IEP Meetings.
  • Create and modify IEP's.
  • Served as an Educational Liaison between school districts regarding IEPs, attendance, and testing.
  • Progress-monitored students on a regular basis to ensure IEPs goals and objectives were being met.
  • Developed Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and established learning goals for students.
  • Ensured appropriate accommodations are made in accordance with student IEPs.
  • Processed IEPs & coordinated meetings and signature times with parents.
  • Conducted IEPs, placement, and referral meetings.
  • Utilize ESPED to produce student IEPs.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Work closely with School Psychologist and SLP to develop meaningful IEPs for students within the school.
  • Key Contributions: MSA testing Coordinator IEP Chair Cheerleading Coach

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11. General Education Teachers
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Here's how General Education Teachers is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained regular contact and communication with parents and worked closely with general education teachers to provide most accurate support for students.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers and parents to create an environment that stimulated educational and social-emotional growth for students.
  • Consult with the general education teachers to review progress and make recommendations for instructional adaptations.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to develop materials to accommodate students' specific learning styles.
  • Worked with general education teachers to facilitate inclusion of students into general education classroom settings.
  • Modified and differentiated Language Arts and Math curriculum in collaboration with general education teachers.
  • Supported general education teachers supporting students with disabilities in the classroom.
  • Collaborated and provided instructional support to general education teachers.
  • Cooperated with general education teachers to develop student goals.
  • Coordinated collaborative teaching methods with general education teachers.
  • Collaborated with related service providers as well as general education teachers to develop goals and help students in mastering them.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers and provided co-teaching support to Math and English classes across grade levels.
  • Assist special education and general education teachers in problem solving in an effort to support inclusion.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to ensure materials taught aligned with Common Core Standards and goals.
  • Provided supporting materials for general education teachers as well as all students in co-taught classes.
  • Collaborate with General Education Teachers, Therapists, and parents to discuss student needs.
  • Assisted general education teachers with their students with special needs and their classmates.
  • Implement inclusionary program and guide general education teachers in modifying curriculum to address special education student's abilities.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to ensure that materials taught align with Virginia Public School Curriculums.
  • Collaborated daily with general education teachers and teams to stay up to date with their curriculum and lesson planning.

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12. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated and delivered instruction and programming that supported students physical, social, emotional, cognitive and language development.
  • Serve on Foreign Language Leadership Committee developing curriculum, language festivals and competitions.
  • Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities.
  • Worked collaboratively with the Language Arts and Reading teachers to create effective lessons that met the learning needs of the student.
  • Administered tests, homework assignments, behavioral skills, math, reading, language comprehension, and reinforce learning objectives.
  • Job Duties: I instructed through lectures, discussions and demonstrations in reading, math, and written language.
  • Worked as a resource teacher for English/language arts students in grades 5, 7, and 8..
  • Elevated children's social, language and cognitive skills to enable them to participate in mainstreamed classrooms.
  • Tutored student in the four basic subject Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies
  • Attended the SPELT (Special Program for English Language Teachers) Conference.
  • Prepared and conducted activity based English Language classes at the community level.
  • Teach nonverbal students using PECS, talking devices and sign language.
  • Earned professional endorsement on teaching license for teaching English Language Learners.
  • Used a total communication approach including some sign language and PECS.
  • Work closely with aides and Speech Language Pathologists.
  • Specialized in math and language arts intervention Ensured implementation of Individualized Education Plans (IEPs)
  • Experience teaching Language, Wilson, Spellography and Step Up to Writing.
  • Incorporated music into the Reading and Language Arts curriculum (e.g.
  • Promote language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for educational and living skills activities with accent on Speech/Language issues.

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13. Resource Room
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Here's how Resource Room is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed individuals and small groups of students with disabilities and peers in inclusion classrooms and resource room in primary grades.
  • Served as special need teacher in a resource room for children with learning disabilities, downs syndrome and slow learners.
  • Provided assistance in the Resource Room, prepared report cards, attended parent conferences, and administered standardized tests.
  • Instructed students in math and language arts in a resource room setting and provided support in mainstream classes.
  • Served as a Resource Room Teacher for three periods a day, working with various students with disabilities.
  • Utilized resource room for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade enrichment skills in both math and reading.
  • Provide resource room services to high school students with disabilities in a private school in the Bronx NY.
  • Worked on addressing students IEP goals and objectives within resource room and the general education setting.
  • Managed middle-school special education classroom in self-contained, inclusion, and resource room settings.
  • Provided services to special education students within the general education classroom and resource room.
  • Assist students to develop compensatory and remedial strategies in a resource room setting
  • Provided resource room support for students in grades K-3 and 9-12.
  • Service provided within the typical classroom and in the resource room.
  • Performed as a Middle and High School Resource room teacher.
  • Teach resource room classes of students who all have autism.
  • Teach Resource Room classes in private schools settings.
  • Implemented precision teaching in resource room instruction.
  • Instructed sudents with mild and moderate disabilities in resource room and collaborative settings in elementary and middle school settings.
  • Coordinated Resource Room instruction for students who need one-on-one support and small group support Supervised Resource Room staff
  • Managed Learning Support Resource Room; collaborated to give support schoolwide.

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14. Small Group Instruction
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Here's how Small Group Instruction is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Incorporated differentiated instruction and small group instruction to support students.
  • Edited, standardized, and modified existing materials prepared by other educators to meet needs of individual and small group instruction.
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans and necessary materials for individual, and large and small group instruction.
  • Balance whole group & small group instruction to accommodate different academic levels and learning styles.
  • Provided specialized individual and small group instructions and maintained running records for each student.
  • Provided one-to-one and small group instruction to students with learning, and emotional disabilities.
  • Job Description: *Provided small group instruction for students K-6 with learning disabilities.
  • Provided individualized and small group instruction according to the student's needs.
  • Participated in small group instruction of reading, math and writing.
  • Provided small group instruction to meet individual student needs.
  • Modified curriculum and provided small group instruction as needed.
  • Serve students in grades K-5 with special education needs-small group instruction, one-to-one instruction, data analysis and education planning.
  • Assessed and evaluated students on an ongoing basis Provided individualized and small group instruction according to the student's needs
  • Based on the results of the assessment and observation, provide2 Small group instruction as enrichment.
  • Developed lesson plans and delivered whole group instruction as well as facilitated small group instruction.
  • Provide small group instruction to target areas of needs relating To reading first.
  • Based on the results Provide small group instruction that targets areas of need.
  • Provided small group instruction (multisensory instruction) Case Management Monitored the PLAAFP.
  • Implement small group instruction ( interactive journals, three tier instruction, multisensory instruction).
  • provided small group instruction, tutoring and mentorship.

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15. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Educated 5th and 6th graders in math, science, language arts, social studies, as well as social interaction.
  • Prepared lectures and instructional activities focusing on content material in the Social Studies and Science area, for 10-15 sophomores.
  • Provided in-class support for 6th Special Education for IRLA, Math, Science, and Social Studies for two years.
  • Led instruction resource services at the elementary level in Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.
  • Simplified regular education curriculum in English, social studies, and science to maximize comprehension of all learning abilities.
  • Developed curriculum for subjects including math, reading, social studies, science, and language arts.
  • Collaborated (teaching) with various teachers in the areas of English, Social Studies and Science.
  • Assist 4th grade special education students succeed in a general education class for science and social studies.
  • Helped students one on one and in groups master math and social studies in middle school.
  • Planned and taught lessons with co-teacher reading and social studies in a self-contained classroom.
  • Directed Behavior Management Unit, teaching English, Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Created effective Behavior Intervention Plans and taught Secondary English and Social Studies.
  • Instructed students in Math, English, Science and Social Studies.
  • Provided specialized instruction in math and social studies.
  • Incorporated close-read strategies into social studies classes.
  • Team teacher responsible for Science and Social Studies grades 7 and 8 (full year).
  • Subject(s); Social Studies and Resource
  • Leave Replacement Facilitated life Science, English and Social Studies lessons in a Self Contained setting.
  • Coordinated with Don Bosco High School Center to peer teach the subject of social studies.
  • Team taught content area subjects (grades 3 and 5)- Social Studies and Science).

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted educational assessments, provided case management support, and developed vocational training programs for post-secondary transition.
  • Developed and implemented training programs for Para-professional staff instructing applied behavior analysis and behavior management techniques.
  • Developed curriculum and instructed students in social skills training programs.
  • Supervised and administered training programs used to evaluate student performance.
  • Participate in in-service training programs as approved.
  • Developed and implemented home-training programs for parents.
  • Developed individual vocational training programs.
  • Assisted students in the use of; developmental computer projects; math, reading tutorials, and job training programs.
  • Attend seminars, meetings, training programs, and conferences for teachers sponsored by the Department of Education.
  • Helped students gain the skills needed for entrance to colleges and other training programs of their choice.
  • Attend seminars, meetings, and training programs and conferences sponsored by numerous government agencies.
  • Offered and presented specific training programs to help clients maintain and improve job skills.
  • Participate in general staff meetings, training programs and in-service sessions as required.
  • Implement and maintain discrete trail training programs in accordance to IEP's.
  • Created school based computer training programs for disabled students.
  • Implemented staff assessment exams and training programs.
  • Created individual and small group lessons/training programs.
  • Provided consistent training programs to all staff.
  • Organized in-service training programs for staff.
  • Executed Goal Setting Strategies and Career Skills Training Programs for appropriate transitional pathways.

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured Students received appropriate accommodations/modifications on grade level TEKS and inclusion services in lieu of IEP requirements.
  • Communicate effectively with educators from various grade levels.
  • Designed, presentation, and teaching of appropriate grade level curriculum and assigning work geared toward individual student needs and abilities.
  • Collaborate with other special education teachers and instructional assistants to provide appropriate lessons for students on their learning grade level.
  • Collaborate with grade level teachers in order to plan coherent instruction, differentiate for all students and discuss student progress.
  • Improved students' below grade level reading and writing skills, while teaching them grade level curriculum.
  • Provide grade level curriculum and strategy based instruction in order to meet diverse learning needs of students.
  • Keep in mind they were special needs students and they appeared and tested above grade level.
  • Attended and participated in grade level, content level, core level and staff level meetings.
  • Use Woodcock-Johnson and KeyMath exams to determine each student's grade level in math and English.
  • Participated in grade level curriculum, IEP, and team meetings, and parent conferences.
  • Created lesson plans and grade level collaboration to target each student's learning style.
  • Teamed with other grade levels to enhance learning and social skills of students.
  • Adhered to inclusion of special education students in grade level instruction.
  • Note: All classes had a combination of grade levels.
  • Teach all subjects for middle and upper grade levels.
  • Grade Levels: 1st -6th, and 9th - 12th The high school grades were taught at a continuation high school.
  • Provided modified instruction for this 10 year old boy functioning at a 2nd - 3rd grade level.
  • Provided differentiated instruction based on individual student challenges, abilities, age and grade levels.
  • Major Responsibilities Teach Resource Social Studies (All grade levels) Assisted in ARD meetings Promoted parental involvement Accepted additional assignments

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  • Co-authored the Carroll Gardens School For Innovation Mentoring Handbook and devised a Professional Development training on its use and implementation.
  • Participate in professional development events both self-selected and selected by the school.
  • Provided professional development to colleagues on topics related to students with disabilities.
  • Attended professional development classes to enhance my performance as an educator.
  • Planned and Presented Professional Development Driving Educational Goals and Objectives using Data
  • Created and presented professional development centered around special education.
  • Managed and provided professional development for paraprofessionals.
  • Attended meetings and professional development programs.
  • Attend professional development seminars as required.
  • Participated in professional development sessions.
  • Coordinated wellness professional development workshops.
  • Constructed and facilitated professional development sessions for GIS staff on the RTI process.
  • Attended various after school professional development seminars as well as Institute day.
  • Hold Parent Conferences, and attend training seminars for Professional Development.
  • Attend grade meetings, professional development workshops, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coach, supervise, and provide professional development for program staff.
  • Chaired Professional Development department and managed $15,000 budget.
  • Attend staff meetings and professional development sessions.
  • Facilitated school-based professional development trainings for the Special Education staff.
  • Attend IEP meetings/write and follow IEPs Attend professional development

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19. Co-Taught
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  • Co-planned and co-taught project-based units of inquiry with other classroom teachers that embedded authentic use of technology.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students enrolled in co-taught classes.
  • Collaborated with colleague for differentiated instruction of co-taught classes
  • Co-planned and co-taught with regular education teachers.
  • Co-planned and co-taught cross-curriculum units.
  • Developed IEP summaries - Co-taught Reading, Language Arts and Math - Sustained behavior management and maintained classroom rules
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers to present appropriate instruction to all students in the co-taught classroom.
  • Co-planned and co-taught thematic units of instruction in a general education setting (English).
  • Plan for and provide instruction in a co-taught classroom with a general education teacher.
  • Instructed students in a self-contained setting and co-taught inclusion classes for all subjects.
  • Instructed PreK-8th grade students in a resource setting; co-taught general education students.
  • Work on life skills and co-taught in the general education with two students.
  • Educated middle school students in a resource setting; co-taught history.
  • Conceptualized lesson plans and co-taught lessons to General Ed.
  • Stimulated inquisitive minds in both direct and co-taught classrooms.
  • Instructed LD/BD students in a resource/co-taught classroom setting.
  • Created and taught several co-taught lessons with various general educators that activated students kinesthetic, visual, and auditory learning styles.
  • Coached and co-taught instruction with focus in reading, writing and literacy; differentiated instruction/ multiple intelligences.
  • Managed a caseloads of students with multiple disabled, planned lessons, co-taught with multiple different teachers.
  • Teach 12th grade English in a co-taught setting - Provide case Management to behavioral teens.

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20. Kindergarten
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  • Provide individually designed instruction to kindergarten students in an inclusion/special education setting.
  • Collaborated with general education kindergarten teachers to create smooth transitions for exceptional students
  • Job Description: Provided support for children in grades kindergarten through six in and out of regular education classroom setting.
  • Assisted a student to meet her special needs in classroom setting during both kindergarten and first grade.
  • Renovated, with collaboration of students grades kindergarten through eighth, two 4x10 garden beds.
  • Manage a case load of Special Education students ranging from Kindergarten through fifth grade.
  • Instructed core and extracurricular academics to children with autism grades kindergarten through 8th.
  • Plan and implement lesson plans for kindergarten, second and third grade.
  • Write and implement IEP documents for Kindergarten through third grade students.
  • Participated with the kindergarten and speech clinician in weekly home visits.
  • Attended CPSE meetings across Suffolk County for students entering kindergarten.
  • Attended IEP meetings and made recommendations for kindergarten placement.
  • Managed Special Education Department, kindergarten - 5th grades.
  • Develop lessons to address and meet Prekindergarten Standards.
  • Grade level: Autistic kindergarteners and socially/emotionally disturbed elementary & middle school students.
  • Conducted pre-school and kindergarten assessments.
  • Devised lesson plans in all academic subjects to accommodate special education needs for students in kindergarten through third grade.
  • March 1981-June 2013 * Provided reading and math instruction for Learning Support Students - Kindergarten to 4th grade.
  • Self-contained Kindergarten 8:1:1 grades K, 1, 2
  • Instructed Kindergarten through 5th grade students in a resource room setting Participated in Peer Learning Communities (PLCs).

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21. Social Workers
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  • Worked with social workers, therapists and other various individuals involved in creating a nurturing and educational environment for children.
  • Conferred with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers, and others to develop individual educational plan for students.
  • Create lesson plans, collaborate with other teachers, school psychologists, counselors, doctors, social workers, and families.
  • Worked with staff, including teachers, IEP managers, social workers and paraprofessionals, to develop student behavioral expectations.
  • Work with parents, administrators, school social workers and other professionals to develop Individual Education Plans for each student.
  • Collaborated with psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and physicians on a daily basis regarding recommendations for our students.
  • Experience in implementing treatment plans for at risk youth with parole officers, social workers and the school psychologist.
  • Communicate frequently with parents, social workers, school psychologist, speech therapist, School Director and Coordinator.
  • Coordinated all communication with court appointed special advocates (CASA), social workers, and foster parents.
  • Worked closely with student counselors, group home staff & supervisors, social workers, and families.
  • Collaborated with social workers and head teachers to keep students on track for objectives each day.
  • Worked closely with team of social workers, psychiatrist and administration for well- being of students.
  • Worked with school psychologist and social workers to enhance students' abilities in the classroom environment.
  • Documented daily behaviors and progress of each client for guardians and social workers.
  • Cooperated with school social workers regarding abuse, neglect, and/or attendance issues.
  • Collaborate with ELD teachers, therapists, social workers, Adapted P.E.
  • Conferred with parents/guardians, administrators, testing specialists & social workers.
  • Facilitated meetings with social workers, attorneys, and parents.
  • Confer with parents, administrators, social workers, or other professionals to develop individual education plans (IEPs).
  • Conferred with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers and others.

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22. Subject Areas
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  • Organized accommodations and modifications for students in core subject areas.
  • Provided academic support for all included subject areas
  • Develop and implement curriculum and lesson plans commensurate with LAUSD guidelines and teach small groups of students in designated subject areas.
  • Developed curriculum and instructed students in core subject areas of ELA and Science for students in grade levels 9-12.
  • Implemented lessons in the subject areas of Remedial Reading, Spanish (levels 1-2) and ESL English.
  • Instructed Learning Disabled and Emotionally Handicapped students in all core academic subject areas as a Resource Room Teacher.
  • Designed and implemented intervention lessons at students' instructional level for all subject areas within the resource room.
  • Acted as Resource Teacher for special education students to provide extra learning support for mainstream subject areas.
  • Collaborated with a team of professionals to mainstream and educate special education students in all subject areas.
  • Demonstrated expertise in teaching all subject areas within a 12:1:1 setting - 5th and 6th grade.
  • Developed and taught lesson plans in all subject areas based on student's individual needs.
  • Instructed 10 students with a range of learning disabilities in all subject areas.
  • Team taught in all subject areas and provided modifications on testing per I.E.P.
  • Planned daily lessons in all academic subject areas based upon Core Curriculum Standards.
  • Provide home instruction for Secondary students in all Secondary subject areas.
  • Designed Common Core aligned curriculum for all major subject areas.
  • Tutored students in all subject areas in grades 9-12..
  • Total inclusion classroom, taught all subject areas.
  • Lead classroom instruction in basic subject areas
  • Utilized varied teaching techniques to meet the needs of visual, kinesthetic and auditory learners for all subject areas.

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23. Algebra
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  • Implemented individual student goals throughout general Algebra curriculum.
  • Helped the Mathematics Department to create a modified curriculum for inclusion students in Applied Mathematics and Algebra II classes.
  • Provided inclusion support in a variety of subjects such as Physics, Geometry, Algebra, and English
  • Prepare lesson plans and classroom materials according to Common Core standards for English I and Algebra I.
  • Provide direct instruction through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in Algebra 1 and Math Lab.
  • Collaborated with Algebra I team to co-teach students to increase Algebra I ECA pass rates.
  • Create and implement lesson plans in Algebra I, Civics, and World History I.
  • Administered the 7th grade English, Math, History, Science and Algebra1 standardized tests.
  • Created daily lessons and Algebra worksheets to give students a solid base understanding of curriculum.
  • Implement Common Core Standards in lesson plans for two double periods of ninth grade algebra.
  • Design and implement Algebra 1, CUNY Compass Math and Living Environment instruction.
  • Instructed self contained (12:1) Algebra and Applied Math for College courses.
  • Instruct students after school to prepare for Integrated Algebra Regents and Math RCT.
  • Created lesson plans and teaching assignments for Algebra I and World Geography classrooms.
  • Specialized in the area of math, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra HOUSSE Rule.
  • Designed and implemented Algebra II lessons for students with and without disabilities.
  • Write and prepare effective lesson plans and teach Algebra I.
  • Accomplished teacher with experience in Algebra I and Geometry.
  • Teach math course to prepare students for algebra.
  • Teach students core subjects: English, Algebra I, Science, and Math.

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24. Data Collection
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  • Created and managed classroom data collection documents and routines for behavioral and academic performance.
  • Consult with teachers and service providers on a daily basis for data collection and to monitor progress of all students.
  • Maintain a system of record keeping and data collection following required procedures as outlined in the Special Education Manual.
  • Manage caseloads (IEP, evaluations, progress reports, data collection) ranging from 3-15 students.
  • Provision of direct instruction, behavior management, data collection and ongoing assessment of students.
  • Conducted a system of continuous evaluation and data collection of each student's progress.
  • Maintain accurate, complete and appropriate records, lesson plans, and data collection.
  • Provide differentiated instruction and data collection in English, literacy, and science classrooms.
  • Provide daily basis data collection on all students and weekly graphing.
  • Charted progress of children's learning skills through data collection.
  • Implemented ABA and TEACCH methods to students with data collection.
  • Monitor student progress and provide record of data collection.
  • Assist with data collection and supervision in non-classroom settings.
  • Used ABA Techniques to drive the classroom data collection.
  • Maintain accurate data collection on targeted goals.
  • Extended School Year data collection and recording.
  • Completed Data Collection of Students Progress.
  • Maintained and implemented Standard-based Individualized Education Plans including classroom modifications, data collection and testing accommodations.
  • Monitor student progress using various assessment methods (e.g., data collection, AIMSweb).
  • Train and oversee six paraeducators in running of centers, and data collection.

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25. Social Development
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  • Collaborated with external academic, behavior, and community resource professionals to facilitate students' academic and social development.
  • Conferred with parents and professionals to develop educational plans designed to promote educational and social development.
  • Developed educational plans designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Developed individual IEP designed to promote educational and social development.
  • Conducted actions to stimulate physical, mental and social development such as arts and crafts, games, storytelling and music.
  • Conferred with parents and staff members to plan programs designed to promote educational, physical and social development of students.
  • Started an art program for the school that promotes creativity, social development, self-worth, and self-expression.
  • Assisted with educational, behavioral, and social development programs both in and out of the classroom.
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, or social development.
  • Created individual educational plans (IEP) focused on promoting educational, physical, and social development.
  • Collected and analyzed student data, including academic, behavioral, and social development of students.
  • Skilled in providing positive direction for students' discipline, academic, and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Maintained a learning environment conducive for students' academic, personal, and social development.
  • Instructed students in developing functional reading skills, job and social development skills.
  • Trained in Classroom Management, Direct Interactive Instruction and social development.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Created Individual Education Plans and Behavioral Intervention Plans Taught core curriculum and social development classes.
  • Develop lessons that are modified to meet students' interests and needs Ensure the academic and social development of the students
  • Collaborated with multi-disciplinary team to develop IEPs designed to promote students' academic, physical, and social development.

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26. Instructional Techniques
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  • Teach students in a serious juvenile offender program by modifying the general education curriculum based on a variety of instructional techniques.
  • Modified the general education curriculum in language arts and social studies for students based upon instructional techniques and instructional technology.
  • Revised general education curriculum and instituted whole-group, small-group, and individual instructional techniques to serve special needs students.
  • Monitored student comprehension and designed individualized student assessments by adjusting and modifying instructional techniques and materials when appropriate.
  • Collaborate with student's general education teacher to adjust the learning environment and/or modify and adapt instructional techniques and
  • Modify general curriculum for special needs students on instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans utilizing a variety of specialized instructional techniques.
  • Work collaboratively to develop lesson plans incorporating differentiated instructional techniques.
  • Led an integrated, preschool classroom using a variety of effective instructional techniques customized to meet individual student goals and objectives.
  • Generated lesson plans that employ a variety of instructional techniques and media to meet the needs and capabilities of each student.
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
  • Utilized different instructional techniques which were appropriate to achieve the goals and objectives specified in each student's plan.
  • Modify the Common Core curriculum for students with disabilities based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans utilizing a variety of specialized instructional techniques based on the students unique needs.
  • Use differentiated instructional techniques to meet the interests, abilities, and learning styles of adolescents.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
  • Analyze data and modify instructional techniques to ensure student success.
  • Plan and deliver instruction to a multi-level class with various learning differences, utilizing specialized instructional techniques and materials.
  • Utilized assessment results from psychological and academic reports Prepared daily lesson plans utilizing a variety of specialized instructional techniques.
  • Assist peers with instructional techniques and design, modifications, accommodations, and behavioral interventions for students on IEPs.

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  • Participated in District-sponsored yearlong training and coaching of teachers in making data-driven instructional decisions based on principles of ABA.
  • Retrieved and entered student data into database
  • Maintain school records on students as required by the Mobile County School System and Alabama State Department of Education.
  • Implemented ABA discrete trials, task analysis, shaping, repetition, and error correction.
  • Strengthened educational programs and services through applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and early intervention.
  • Provide appropriate activities, behavior management techniques (ABA, Verbal Behavior, etc.)
  • Implemented inventive, hands-on, experience-based learning methods (ABA) and technology tools.
  • Trained teacher assistants in the use of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) methodologies.
  • Utilized ABA behavior modification techniques and taught ADL (daily living skills).
  • Experience in providing ABA training using discrete trial method and token reinforcement.
  • Trained in ABA in order to teach students on the Autism Spectrum.
  • Worked with students using Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy.
  • Attend assigned training (orientations, ABA, etc.)
  • Received training on ABA, Safety techniques and MUSER Regulations.
  • Aided families with integrated ABA therapies within their home.
  • Developed programs with ABA training for students with Autism.
  • Implemented ABA programs for students in need.
  • Practice ABA as well as RTI methods in the classroom using PECS.
  • Followed Alabama Common Core course of study (No Child Left Behand).
  • Created a secondary severe autism program Supervised instructional staff, mentored new teachers Managed behaviors through CPI, ABA and TEACCH

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  • Implemented a positive reinforcement system for appropriate behavior, resulting in improved self-esteem and teamwork.
  • Teach socially acceptable behavior, employing techniques such as behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
  • Utilized classroom procedures, positive reinforcement and non-verbal cues to encourage desired behaviors.
  • Address significant behavioral situations through the use of positive reinforcement behavioral management plans.
  • Teach academic, vocational, and independent living skills using positive reinforcement.
  • Manage inappropriate behaviors using positive reinforcement and methods of Applied Behavioral Analysis.
  • Develop Behavior Intervention Plan and address behavior issues with positive reinforcement.
  • Teach socially acceptable behavior, utilizing behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
  • Utilize positive reinforcement to maximize desired behavior and educational outcomes.
  • Developed an effective discipline strategy based on positive reinforcements.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Teach socially acceptable behavior using positive reinforcement.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method, roll model, visual task and problems solving skills.
  • Reduced behavioral students' removal from collaborative setting by 100% through positive reinforcement and trust building.
  • Promote positive reinforcement and interaction with students to develop a safe, stress-free learning environment.
  • Use positive reinforcement and differentiated instruction for the students.
  • Used the positive reinforcement method to achieve desired behavior.
  • Employed techniques such as behavior modification, positive reinforcement, phonetics, multisensory learning and repetition.
  • Communicated nonverbally with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement.
  • Teach socially acceptable behavior, employing techniques such as behavior modi- fication or positive reinforcement.

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  • Collaborate with other special education teachers and regular education teachers to provide appropriate lessons and modifications for students in all classes.
  • Utilized inclusion methods and worked closely with regular education teachers on integrated class activities and instruction with leveled assignments.
  • Collaborate with regular education teachers, diagnostician, and school administration regarding individual educational plans for each student.
  • Facilitate and maintain communication with regular education teachers, administrators and parents; Conduct IEP meetings.
  • Worked collaboratively with regular education teachers making modifications and accommodations according to student's IEP's.
  • Send parents updated six weeks special education progress reports, Collaborate with regular education teachers weekly.
  • Collaborate with regular education teachers and support staff in modifications and disciplining behavior disorder students.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers on IEP goals, lesson planning and behavior modifications.
  • Offered support to regular education teachers in modifying curriculum content and long-term assignments.
  • Monitored mainstream placements through collaboration with regular education teachers and adaptation of materials.
  • Maintained weekly contact and communications with parents and regular education teachers.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers on classroom procedures.
  • Collaborate with regular education teachers.
  • Initiated IEP (Individual Education Plan) meetings with students' parents, school psychologist, and regular education teachers.
  • Worked collaboratively with regular education teachers to ensure that instruction met the individual needs of students with special needs.
  • Prepare and plan weekly with regular education teachers and teacher assistants with lessons based on the instructional process.
  • Collaborated with regular education teachers to assure that special needs students' modifications are being met.
  • Work closely with regular education teachers to align curriculum to fit the needs of the students.
  • Enlisted support from regular education teachers to ensure the success of disabled students.
  • Worked collaboratively with regular education teachers to provide specially designed instruction to students with special needs.

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30. Absent Teacher
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  • Communicate with the absent teacher by leaving complete notes about the day I subbed for them.
  • Filled in for absent teacher aides throughout the district.
  • Provide additional support and classroom coverage for absent teachers.
  • Provide support to cover classes for absent teachers.
  • Assisted in teaching classes for absent teachers.
  • Filled in for absent teachers.
  • Work on a per diem or as needed basis filling in for absent teachers throughout the Buffalo School district.
  • Filled absent teacher's position Followed teacher's work plan while working with Para-Pro as a team

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31. Developmental Disabilities
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  • Experience working with children with an autistic spectrum disorder, behavioral issues, communication delays and developmental disabilities.
  • Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with developmental disabilities.
  • Administered individual and group instruction for students with emotional and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided Applied Behavior Analysis for children with developmental disabilities and learning disorders.
  • Conduct evaluations and assessments to determine the presence of developmental disabilities.
  • Organized and implemented community based instruction for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Self-contained classroom of students with severe & profound developmental disabilities.
  • Differentiated instruction for 9 students with developmental disabilities.
  • Teach and mentor students with diverse developmental disabilities.
  • Instruct students with emotional disturbances and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide services to children with developmental disabilities.
  • Facilitated and conducted education programs for children with developmental disabilities, behavioral control issues, autism, low IQ, etc.
  • Prepare, teach, and modify a variety of subjects to an integrated Pre-K class of 15 students with developmental disabilities.
  • Adapt curriculum to meet basic English, reading, and math skills to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Embedded South Carolina Learning Standards for all subjects for children ages 5-9 with autism and developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with students with all types of learning disabilities, behavioral problems and other developmental disabilities.
  • Provide one to one education to children with developmental disabilities in the classroom and community.
  • Planned and taught lessons for students with developmental disabilities in a self-contained class.
  • established a Work Activities Center for students with Developmental Disabilities.
  • Designed and facilitated lesson plans for young adults with developmental disabilities (e.g.

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32. Direct Instruction
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  • Provide direct instruction in vocational education, character development, career development, communication skills, and recreation/leisure skills.
  • Implemented replacement/direct instruction reading classes for students who were significantly behind grade level peers in decoding and comprehension.
  • Provide direct and indirect instructional support to students in a positive environment.
  • Provide direct and indirect instructional support to students with learning disabilities.
  • Provided direct instruction for children with moderate to severe disabilities.
  • Direct instruction on curriculum based materials.
  • Adapt materials and lesson plans; provide direct instruction to individuals and groups, co-teach and/or collaborate with general education teachers.
  • Provide direct instruction in the areas of reading, writing, and math for middle school students with specific learning disabilities.
  • Individualized instruction based on the needs of the student, using both direct instruction and natural environment teaching methods.
  • Trained title team on direct instruction techniques and delivery as well as the Corrective Math curriculum.
  • Provide direct instruction to students in accordance with students' IEP and common core standards.
  • Provided direct and indirect instructional support to students in a positive high school science classroom.
  • Utilized Direct Instruction to teach Reading, Math, and Spelling.
  • Provided effective direct instruction in multiple subjects for student grades 9-12.
  • Improved student participation in the classroom through modeling and direct instruction.
  • Provide Direct Instruction in a 1-on-1 or small group setting.
  • Provided direct instruction in reading and math in small groups.
  • Implemented Direct Instruction model to meet student needs.
  • Direct instruction per IEPs in reading, writing and math for each student.
  • Served as a teacher providing direct instruction to Homebound students.

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33. Emotional Support
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  • Developed Individual Educational Plans to support the academic, physical and emotional support of students with varying disabilities and academic levels.
  • Cultivated relationships with students beyond caseload by creating an inviting environment for academic and emotional support for all to visit.
  • Administered academic instruction and social emotional support for kindergarten through second grade mainstream students with severe to moderate needs.
  • Established a highly successful co-teaching program with regular educator and Emotional Support Educator in the Regular education classroom.
  • Executed daily operations of a self-contained classroom teaching all academic subjects to a secondary Emotional Support class.
  • Instructed special-education high school students in need of behavioral and emotional support and intervention.
  • Provided emotional support and positive behavior support skills to students with emotional disabilities.
  • Provided academic and emotional support to socially and economically disadvantaged students.
  • Provided daily academic, behavioral and emotional support to all students
  • Provided coordination with social worker and outside agencies in order to meet the behavioral needs of Emotional Support Students.
  • Initiated a self-contained program for the emotionally impaired, which benefited students in need of social emotional support.
  • Provided ongoing academic and emotional support for students, teachers, and parents as needed.
  • Provide academic, social and emotional support to emotionally disturbed children, grades K-8.
  • Provide information to psychology students who wished to learn more about emotional support students.
  • Instructed emotional support special education students in grades 6-8 in all core academic subjects.
  • Provided social and emotional support for all students through modeling and hands-on activities.
  • Provided emotional support, guidance, 1:1 support, and behavioral modification.
  • Teach Emotional Support Communication Skills, and Basic English Learning Support.
  • Provide academic and social emotional support in the role of Academic Coach and Advisor.
  • Provided one on one support in an emotional support classroom Equipped student with coping strategies Documented daily behavior and progress

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  • Generated weekly reports on student attendance, behavior, and academic progress for parents, administrators and district special education department.
  • Co-created training materials and academic plans with team lead on communication effectiveness classes and development goals for Special Education department.
  • Collaborated with Special Education department to deliver two, one-hour professional development workshop to staff about Special Education.
  • Served as liaison for general education teachers and Special Education Department.
  • Develop staff responsibilities and duty assignments within the special education department.
  • Developed adapted music curriculum for special education department.
  • Declined promotion to Special Education Department Chair.
  • Conducted weekly special education departmental staff meetings.
  • Test Coordinator for Special Education Department.
  • Assist with supervising special education department.
  • Helped lead the Special Education Department transition from Behavior Intervention Classes to mainstream P.A.S.S.
  • Assisted in the hiring and training of individuals within the Special Education Department.
  • Helped lead the Special Education Department transition from Resource classes to Inclusion classes.
  • Handled the administrative tasks of the special education department.
  • Work as a team with Special Education Department.
  • Mentored new teachers in the special education department.
  • Provided leadership for the Special Education Department.
  • Appointed Special Education Department Chair 2010-2011.
  • Work directly with head of Special Education department and Director of Studies in coordinating procedures for student with physical disability !
  • Prepared and conducted three professional development workshop trainings for the school on behalf of the Special Education Department.

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  • Demonstrated superior interpersonal communication skills with parents and staff members
  • Support staff members in effective instructional procedures.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers and other staff members about student progress, accommodations, meetings, parent conferences, etc.
  • Collaborate with other professional staff members to meet student needs and to implement the goals of the school and district.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Interacted extensively with parents and professional staff members to relay student progress and address issues.
  • Provided training and mentoring for staff members in the classroom responsible for working with students.
  • Engaged in co-teaching strategies with core content teachers and other general education teachers/staff members.
  • Collaborate with teachers and staff members on developing a common goal to reach student needs
  • Worked alongside 2 staff members in a self-contained, low-functioning, modified classroom.
  • Supported staff members in making use of computer software for classroom instruction.
  • Collaborated with parents and staff members to prepare for ongoing IEP meetings.
  • Train and provide work direction to guide assigned support staff members.
  • Scheduled and conducted ARD meetings with parents and other staff members.
  • Managed and trained 3 staff members with 10 students.
  • Supervised up to 4 staff members.
  • Worked with other staff members to provide best possible instruction and environment for students.
  • Worked with several staff members to create "Smart Goals" that were assessed by administration throughout the school year.
  • Generate and update IEPs Use of muiltimedia in daily lessons communicate daily with parents and all staff members.

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36. Academic Performance
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  • Monitored students during instruction and provided feedback on academic performance based on teacher observations and student self-evaluation.
  • Enlist modification and enhancement strategies via lesson plans and/or academic materials to increase student academic performance.
  • Monitored academic performance intervened with students experiencing academic difficulty, provided crisis mediation when appropriate.
  • Assessed student developmental levels and academic performances for purposes of curriculum development and academic placement.
  • Performed Functional Task Analysis to increase academic performance.
  • Assessed academic performance of individual students daily.
  • Realized increases in academic performance in reading and math as a result of increased expectations and intensive, goal oriented interventions.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans with a focus on individual students' Present Level of Academic Performance and IEP goals.
  • Monitor and assess student performance and maintain appropriate records of academic performance, attendance, social acclimation, etc.
  • Increased the academic performance level of students currently enrolled and newly enrolled in the Special Education program.
  • Administered tests, quizzes, portfolios and curriculum based tools are used to evaluate academic performance.
  • Maintained daily data collections detailing student's progress, behavior, attendance, and academic performance.
  • Planned and implemented IEP's in order to monitor and track student's academic performance.
  • Establish high standards and expectations for all students for academic performance and responsible behavior.
  • Help students improve academic performance (Attendance, assignment completion and course grade.)
  • Schedule and hold parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Administered the WIAT III to test student standardized levels of academic performance.
  • Monitor levels of academic performance and work individually with students and parents to promote academic success and family engagement.
  • Conducted progress monitoring to assess students academic performance and evaluate effectiveness of instruction of unit.
  • Served as Case Manager in monitoring students ' academic performance.

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37. Biology
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Here's how Biology is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Designated as Highly Qualified via PRAXIS Certification in Special Education and Biology.
  • Worked teaching: biology, IPC, environmental science, and math to special education students in grades 9 - 12.
  • Provided lessons and instructions for English, Business Mathematics, General Science and Biology, History, and Geography classes.
  • Teach students with cognitive disabilities appropriate lessons/skills for their ability level such as Reading, Math, Biology, etc.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in one or more subjects such as Biology and Mathematics.
  • Provided RTI driven, creative, structured, lessons using state approved curriculum guidelines for Biology and Music.
  • Worked in a 9th and 10th grade inclusion environment team teaching English, History, Biology and Math.
  • Proctored the Maryland High School Assessments for Algebra I, Government, English II, and Biology.
  • Hired as and inclusion teacher to teach Biology and Math to students in public high school.
  • Developed lesson plan for U. S. History, English, and Biology for emotionally disturbed youth.
  • Tutored students for MCAS in Biology, Math and History with a high success rate.
  • Collaborate with teachers and co-teach high school students in mainstream Biology and Geometry courses.
  • Developed, modified and implemented lessons for Pre-Algebra, Algebra I/II and Biology.
  • Instructed replacement classes for students with Multiple Disabilities in Biology and Physical Science.
  • Instructed classes as a co-teacher in Earth Science, Biology and Physical Science.
  • Served as an itinerant teacher in Biology and coached girls JV volleyball.
  • Delivered customized biology instruction to ESL students and students with special needs.
  • Worked one summer school session as Special Ed teacher for Biology.
  • Administer Algebra 1 OAAP and Biology OAAP.
  • Provided them with a direct teach lesson in biology to help prepare them for the upcoming Eoc Exam.

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38. Educational Needs
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Here's how Educational Needs is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Assessed educational needs and created developmentally appropriate IEP plans for learning disabled, intellectual disability, and emotionally disturbed children.
  • Developed, planned and presented appropriate lesson plans to meet educational needs of students identified with moderate learning disabilities.
  • Administered formal and informal educational evaluations and diagnostically assessed the educational needs of students at elementary and secondary levels.
  • Communicate regularly with educational team and parents about student's educational needs and progress.
  • Identified educational needs of each child to provide individualized learning plans.
  • Created specific learning activities for students based on individual educational needs.
  • Meet with parents to discuss their children's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their individualized educational needs.
  • Collect and analyze data in order to develop appropriate strategies and lessons that address students' educational needs.
  • Prepare lessons that reflect the specific educational needs of each individual student according to his/her specific IEP.
  • Plan and attend annual meetings to discuss with committee student s progress and educational needs.
  • Evaluated students' educational needs and helped them set goals for the school year.
  • Created Individualized Direct Instruction lesson plans to cater to all students' educational needs.
  • Produced lesson plans that reflect the individual educational needs of students.
  • Assess and document students' educational needs.
  • Assist students with special educational needs.
  • Created cirriculum to fit individual student IEP goal and educational needs based on vocational activities.
  • Integrated classroom curriculum into multi-subject lesson plans for children with special educational needs in PDD/Autism-Intensive programs
  • Integrated interactive technology that was tailored to the educational needs of each student.
  • case manager for the educational needs of students having low incidence capabilities.
  • Worked oneonone with student with visual impairment, modified lesson materials, and ensured daytoday educational needs were met

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39. State Standards
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Here's how State Standards is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Established goals and prepared individualized educational programs using data from state standards and student performance.
  • Completed and implemented Individualized Education Plans according to state standards.
  • Participated in Transitional Team meetings to meet state standards for individualized planning criteria for students with special needs.
  • Designed and created daily lessons according to the state standards for understanding of the presented content.
  • Adjust curriculum to meet the needs of students in accordance with state standards.
  • Maintained highly-qualified status in four content areas as per NJ state standards.
  • Follow state standards to complete legal documentation online and in written form.
  • Design lessons and activities aligned with grade-level Common Core State Standards.
  • Articulate AZ state standards for IEP's and classroom curriculum development.
  • Aligned assessments directly to the Virginia state standards and curriculum.
  • Develop English lesson plans in line with Tennessee State Standards.
  • Designed lessons that followed state standards and county guidelines.
  • Aligned IEP goals with state standards.
  • Created lesson plans per state standards.
  • State standards are also implemented.
  • Keep up with the AZ Gold strategy standards Create and execute plans according to State standards for weekly themes and lessons.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum using state standards while meeting student's Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • Created a multi-student standards based grading rubric to ensure all students are on target with state standards
  • Aligned lesson plans according to the PA state standards and common core curriculum.
  • aligned with Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

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40. Adhd
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Here's how Adhd is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Work with students who have learning disabilities, ADHD, emotional impairments, cognitive impairments, and other various special needs.
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among a class for ADHD student's grades 1-5.
  • Provided tools and strategies to students with ADHD to help with executive functioning to become independent learners.
  • Received special training in working with students with mental health issues, including ADD/ADHD and ODD.
  • Worked with students who were diagnosed with bi-polar, ADHD, ODD, and autism.
  • Responded positively to students classified with ADHD, FAS, and severe behavioral difficulties.
  • Instructed students with disabilities including Down Syndrome, Autism, ADD and ADHD.
  • Instructed and managed 15 emotional disturbed and ADHD children in a classroom.
  • Case Manager for students with ADD, ADHD, and Learning Disabilities.
  • Instructed students with disabilities, including ADHD, Autism, and LD.
  • Delivered instructions for students with ADHD, Autism and Multiple Diagnoses.
  • Integrate lesson plans for ADD, ADHD, EMH, TMH to fulfill IEP goals.
  • Assessed students' needs and strengths diagnosed with Autism, ADD, and ADHD.
  • Conduct Disorders, ADHD, OPP, Drug, and Alcohol Addictions.
  • Teach and handles ADHD, ADD, mentally retarded students ages 4-15.
  • Work with ADHD, LD, and ED students.
  • Deal directly with children who have disabilities such as Autism, ADHD, Asperger's, Dyslexia and Processing Disorders.
  • Case manager of 12-18 students with Learning Disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Autism, and Down Syndrome in an inclusion setting.
  • Instructed students with disabilities, including Autism, ADD/ADHD, Down Syndrome, Emotional Disturbance and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
  • Prepare lesson plans for students with autism and ADHD Prepare outing activities with teachers and students ACTIVITIES/Additional Experience

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41. Multiple Disabilities
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Here's how Multiple Disabilities is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed adolescent-aged deaf students and language-impaired students with multiple disabilities in the self- contained classroom setting using American Sign Language daily.
  • Key Achievement: * Received National Board Certification for Severe/Multiple Disabilities.
  • Provided instruction to students with multiple disabilities.
  • Assisted students with multiple disabilities such as Autism, Mental Retardation, and behavioral problems both severe and mild.
  • Provided direct instruction to a class of 8, 4th - 6th grade students with multiple disabilities.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for self-contained class of seventh and eighth grade students with multiple disabilities.
  • Plan and collaborate with general education teachers to create lessons for students with various and multiple disabilities.
  • Case Manager and Instructor of Cross-Categorical (Multiple Disabilities) Fourth and Fifth Grade Students.
  • Offered life/social skills training for students ages 14 to 22 years old with multiple disabilities.
  • Instructed and supported middle school students with Autism and multiple disabilities in self-contained program.
  • Experienced in working with severe and profound students or those with multiple disabilities.
  • Developed and teach daily lesson plans for students with severe and/or multiple disabilities.
  • Case Manager/Teacher for Students with Multiple Disabilities at the Middle School level.
  • Worked one on one with students with multiple disabilities.
  • Created alternate curriculum's for students with multiple disabilities.
  • Managed a caseload of 15 students with multiple disabilities.
  • Assisted other students with multiple disabilities.
  • Created thematic units across subjects, which utilized assistive technology to increase access for students with multiple disabilities.
  • Teach students from 7 -21 years old with multiple disabilities using adaptive strategies and behavior modification techniques.
  • Educate secondary students diagnosed with multiple disabilities Train, support, and develop lesson plans

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42. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with the public schools to develop Individualized Education Plans for students placed at our facility.
  • Worked closely with families, the community, my staff, and my superiors to transition my students into public schools.
  • Stayed abreast of all legal requirements governing special education and their application to programs in the Washington, DC Public Schools.
  • Selected for competitive teaching fellowship, served as high school special ed teacher in at-risk public schools.
  • Served as advocate for Virginia Beach City Public Schools between students with disabilities and their respective educators.
  • Conducted classes and provided instruction consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Public Schools.
  • Team taught students expelled from Boston Public Schools who were under assessment for educational placement.
  • Provide support and instruction to suspended and expelled students within Wake County Public Schools.
  • Selected as an inaugural member of the Chicago Public Schools Global Education Outreach Program.
  • Instruct clients age five to twelve utilizing Chesterfield County Public Schools framework.
  • Nominated for Tulsa Public Schools Teacher of the year in 2009.
  • Submit grades to Montgomery County Public Schools on quarterly basis.
  • Maintained a caseload of 10-12 children in public schools.
  • Substitute Teacher Present Buffalo Public Schools.
  • Work in Westminster Public Schools.
  • Served as an IEP local school panel representative for Gwinnett County Public Schools for special education students that violated school policies.
  • Presented to instructional assistants as a guest speaker for a Fairfax County Public Schools Instructional Assistants course on classroom methods and collaboration
  • Complete Prince William County Public Schools 30-hour staff development requirement.
  • Summer School Remedial Program Grades K-8, New Fairfield Public Schools
  • EXPERIENCE; Randolph Public Schools--1990-2011 Randolph,Ma.

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43. Administrative Regulations
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Here's how Administrative Regulations is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Uphold and enforce school rules, administrative regulations, district philosophy, and present subject matter according to established guidelines.
  • Presented subject matter according to the guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, board policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Maintain detailed reports for each student as required by law, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Assist in designing, upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative regulations, and School Board Policy.
  • Establish control in the classroom and administer discipline in accordance with board policies and administrative regulations.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies and administrative regulations.
  • Complied with school, district, and state administrative regulations and Board of Education policies.
  • Uphold and enforced school rules, administrative regulations, and state and local board policy.
  • Prepared legal reports as required by laws, district policies, and administrative regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with laws, district policies and administrative regulations.
  • Assisted in upholding and enforcing school rules and administrative regulations; educated students on state laws and penalties for offences.

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44. RTI
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Here's how RTI is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Combined discipline plan with effective measures and various lesson plans to increase concentration, participation, and progress student accountability.
  • Planned and participated in extra-curricular student and staff activities.
  • Maintain professional competence by participating in state regulations
  • Participated in an intensive 8-week training, learned a foreign language, and became fully integrated into a different culture.
  • Participated in promoting high standards of learning for all and communicating these standards to all their students.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences, order supplies, handle record-keeping, and keep a tidy classroom.
  • Perform record keeping for the purpose of supporting the teacher or school administration.
  • Led teacher training workshops for the development of the Certificate of Initial Mastery.
  • Created a safe, supportive, fun, learning-conducive environment.
  • Participated on the district RtI committee with various faculty members.
  • Participate in ARD Committee meetings on a regular basis.
  • Participated in Parent Teacher Conferences both Fall and Spring.
  • Participated in 8th grade parent-student night.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers and offer suggestions for Tier II/III interventions for RTI process within school.
  • Formulated and maintain IEP's and progress reporting on a continually basis throughout the educational year.
  • Provide assistive devices, supportive technology, and assistance accessing facilities such as restrooms.
  • License: Permanent NY State and NY City Board of Education Certification in Special Education
  • Eagle Intermediate School, Martinsburg, WV
  • HEAT Eligibility Certifier: Salt Lake Community Action Program Assist eligible applicants with monetary federal assistance toward utility bills.
  • Ensured compliances with laws, regulations, rules and policies related to Special Education and Centerville Clinics Partial Program.

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45. K-12
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Here's how K-12 is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Experienced at both regular education and alternative education K-12 planning and organizing instructional methods for youth with intellectual and behavioral challenges.
  • Implemented educational curriculum to children in self-contained day treatment and K-12 special education classes.
  • Provided direct instruction/support for K-12 Special Education Students with behavioral/academic challenges.
  • Self-contained class of persons with Autism and Moderate-Severe Cognitive Disability K-12
  • Case manager and remedial math and language instructor for up to 55 students K-12.
  • Worked with special education students in all grade levels, K-12.
  • Piloted drug awareness program and extended-day program at k-12 alternative school.
  • Specialize in building competency and basic skills for K-12 learners.
  • Certified with DC Non-Categorical SPED/ K-12 Grade Level Reg.
  • Create and implement lesson plans for k-12 English.
  • Provide home instruction for all subjects K-12.
  • Teach grades K-12 all subjects.
  • Instructed Special Education students k-12 in the home environment Administered and facilitated standardized testing in the home environment
  • Credentialed (CLAD endorsement - ability to teach English Language Learners) K-12 and Special Education Substitute Poway Unified Teacher.
  • Instructed Special Education students in a K-12 multi-district statewide virtual school - Wrote curriculum to meet individual student needs
  • Delivered Life Skills curriculum and instruction to K-12 students Developed horticulture program for credits and fund raising.
  • Substituted in long-term teaching positions for grades K-12 * Developed and Implement Lesson plans for various grade levels
  • Certified in teaching K-12 students with disabilities 98% of students passed state-wide testing for graduation requirements
  • Organized and supervised curriculum for grades K-12.
  • Substitute Teaching K-12- Iowa [ ]

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46. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented individualized education program for each special education student (K-5) in a self-contained classroom.
  • Administered diagnostic tests, developed individualized lesson plans, and monitored progress of individual students grades K-5.
  • Differentiated and adapted curriculum materials for students enrolled in inclusion and self-contained settings grades K-5th.
  • Plan, write, implement, and collaborate lessons for K-5 students to be taught in the inclusion setting.
  • Plan, write, and implement various lessons for students K-5 to be taught in a resource setting.
  • Lead teacher in developing and delivering curriculum and instruction to the primary level classroom, K-5.
  • Assisted students (K-5) in completing assignments and reteaching concepts in an inclusion environment.
  • Served the individualized educational needs of 42 children grades K-5 in a pullout program.
  • Teach regular education whole group instruction in grades K-5 twice per class per week.
  • Plan and deliver individualized instruction for students with identified learning disabilities, grades K-5.
  • Instructed and managed a small group of K-5 students in a resource room.
  • Develop and implement differentiated lesson plans for students with disabilities in grades K-5.
  • Instructed all grade level subjects in self-contained classrooms K-3 and Resource K-5.
  • Designed and monitored new inclusion program K-5th grade.
  • Instructed K-5 students in a resource room setting.
  • Interrelated special education teacher to grades k-5,
  • Experienced with students grade K-5th.
  • served average of 25+ students grades K-5, with mild/moderate to severe/profound disabilities in fully included and self-contained settings.
  • Developed and implemented Individualized Education Plan for preK-5th students - Designed and taught lessons based on Common Core State Standards
  • Experienced case manager and instructor for thirty four to fifty three exceptional students per year in grades K-5.

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47. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Planned curriculum and other instructional materials to meet student needs, considering such factors as physical, emotional and educational abilities.
  • Developed, and modified curriculum and instructional materials to meet program objectives and individual student needs.
  • Developed or modified curricula and prepared lessons and other instructional materials according to ability levels.
  • Planned curriculum, prepared lessons and other instructional materials according to achievement levels.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials for US History and African American History.
  • Evaluated instructional materials for appropriateness to student needs and monitored student performance.
  • Prepared and executed school/classroom programs - Implemented programs and instructional materials.
  • Implemented reading programs utilizing a variety if instructional materials.
  • Utilized available instructional materials to aid in student achievement.
  • Use technology to strengthen the teaching/learning process; assists in the selection of books, equipment and other instructional materials.
  • Designed and presented instruction with a clear and logical structure using the Common Core Standards and approved instructional materials.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of each student.
  • Planned curriculum and prepares lessons and other instructional materials to meet individual needs of students.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Organized instructional materials, created work stations and constructed bulletin boards.
  • Assist in planning lesson plan and prepare various instructional materials.
  • Assist pupils in the use of available instructional materials.
  • Prepare instructional materials and lesson plans for classroom instruction.
  • Utilize a variety of instructional materials and available multi-media and computer technology to enhance learning.
  • Prepare instructional materials and lesson plans according to Individual Educational Plans (IEPs).

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48. Clear Objectives
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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.
  • Guided the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Managed to establish clear objectives for all lessons and units; developed in accordance with TEKS objectives and IEP Plans.
  • Planned activities for a balanced program of instruction, with clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects.
  • Collaborated to construct lesson plans by first consulting the Common Core Standards for clear objectives and learning goals.
  • Advance students' academic and social growth through establishment and communication of clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Employed lesson plans with clear objectives to guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects to both students and parents.
  • Communicate clear objectives for all lessons as well as enhance lessons using Smart Board technology and computers.
  • Establish clear objectives of daily lessons and communicate the objectives to the students.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, and communicate those objectives to students.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons.
  • Established and communicate clear objectives for all lessons that align with IEPs and CCS.
  • Prepared lessons with clear objectives for all lesson and units .

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49. Occupational Therapists
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Here's how Occupational Therapists is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Worked alongside occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech pathologists to determine appropriate teaching techniques and accommodations for each student
  • Worked collaboratively with multidisciplinary team including; Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, and Physical Therapists.
  • Collaborated with speech and language pathologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, doctors, and parent/parents/guardians.
  • Assisted Occupational therapists provide services to at risk children for developmental delays or disabilities.
  • Worked collectively with Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Speech Therapists.
  • Worked closely with VCOE Speech and Occupational Therapists, as well as with outside agencies that provided additional services, e.g.
  • Worked closely with speech therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and music therapists to address individual needs of students.
  • Worked with school Physical, Speech, and Occupational Therapists, as well as the School Counselor to meet student needs.
  • Case coordination with team members including parents, administration, mental health providers, speech and occupational therapists, etc.
  • Work in a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, ABA instructors, and supervisors.
  • Developed reports for social workers, psychologists, counselors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and protective services.
  • Coordinated with child study team, parents, paraprofessionals, speech, and occupational therapists to execute goals.
  • Worked with Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Reading Specialists and parents to better meet students' goals.
  • Collaborate with administrators, instructional coaches, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, adaptive P.E.
  • Work closely with School Social Worker, Speech/Language, and Occupational therapists to monitor student progress.
  • Communicated weekly with student s physical therapists, speech therapists; occupational therapists, and psychologists.
  • Work with other professionals, such as speech therapists and occupational therapists, as necessary.
  • Team collaboration with speech therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and school psychologist.
  • Collaborate working with four teacher aides as well as speech and occupational therapists.
  • Worked collaboratively with psychologists, occupational therapists, and speech Supervised two special education paraprofessionals.

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50. BIP
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Here's how BIP is used in Special Education Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP), Individual Education Plans (IEP), and transition plans.
  • Implemented BIP's, designed IEP goals, and collaborated with all members involved in the IEP process.
  • Write Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP) for students on caseloads.
  • Keep records of each students IEP (Individual Education Plan) and/or BIP (Behavior Improvement Plan)
  • Developed BIP and trained assistants to implement strategies to support behaviors across the school environment.
  • Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and devise Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP).
  • Created BIP's for students that required a higher level of behavioral management.
  • Provided comprehensive case management services, including creating IEP and BIP plans.
  • Create, implement and document IEP and BIP goals and objectives.
  • Experience writing and conducting FBA/BIP and manifestation meetings.
  • Developed Individualized Education Plans (IEP) with and without Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP).
  • Created, implemented, and monitored efficacy of behavior intervention plans (BIPs).
  • Develop and implement Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs) where necessary.
  • Developed and implemented IEPs (goals, objectives, PLAAPF, BIP, etc.)
  • Implemented BIPs and IEP goals.
  • Lead IEP meetings - Achieve appropriate behavior management utilizing FBAs, BIPs and consistent retraining of necessary behaviors.
  • Develop IEPs with and without BIPs.
  • Provide modified instruction to students with disabilities in a separate educational setting Implement behavior intervention plans (BIPs)
  • Created and implemented IEPs, FBAs and BIPs.
  • Collaborate with students, staff and parents to develop IEPs and BIPs designed to promote each student\'s success.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Education Teacher

Classroom Management

14.3%

Special Education Services

10.8%

Behavioral Issues

10.7%

Student Learning

8.1%

General Education Curriculum

7.8%

Individual Education Plans

6.8%

Mathematics

6.6%

Lesson Plans

5.3%

Special Needs

4.8%

IEP

4.0%

General Education Teachers

3.9%

Language

3.6%

Resource Room

3.2%

Small Group Instruction

2.2%

Social Studies

2.1%

Training Programs

1.7%

Grade Level

1.3%

Professional Development

1.2%

Co-Taught

0.9%

Kindergarten

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Special Education Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 12.5%
2 Special Education Services 9.5%
3 Behavioral Issues 9.4%
4 Student Learning 7.1%
5 General Education Curriculum 6.9%
6 Individual Education Plans 5.9%
7 Mathematics 5.8%
8 Lesson Plans 4.6%
9 Special Needs 4.2%
10 IEP 3.5%
11 General Education Teachers 3.4%
12 Language 3.1%
13 Resource Room 2.8%
14 Small Group Instruction 2.0%
15 Social Studies 1.8%
16 Training Programs 1.5%
17 Grade Level 1.1%
18 Professional Development 1.0%
19 Co-Taught 0.8%
20 Kindergarten 0.7%
21 Social Workers 0.7%
22 Subject Areas 0.6%
23 Algebra 0.6%
24 Data Collection 0.6%
25 Social Development 0.6%
26 Instructional Techniques 0.5%
27 ABA 0.5%
28 Positive Reinforcement 0.5%
29 Regular Education Teachers 0.5%
30 Absent Teacher 0.4%
31 Developmental Disabilities 0.4%
32 Direct Instruction 0.4%
33 Emotional Support 0.4%
34 Special Education Department 0.4%
35 Staff Members 0.4%
36 Academic Performance 0.4%
37 Biology 0.4%
38 Educational Needs 0.4%
39 State Standards 0.4%
40 Adhd 0.4%
41 Multiple Disabilities 0.4%
42 Public Schools 0.3%
43 Administrative Regulations 0.3%
44 RTI 0.3%
45 K-12 0.3%
46 K-5 0.3%
47 Instructional Materials 0.3%
48 Clear Objectives 0.3%
49 Occupational Therapists 0.2%
50 BIP 0.2%
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