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Top 46 Special Education Teaching Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Education Teaching Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Education Teaching Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.1% of Special Education Teaching Assistant resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Education Teaching Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Classroom Management

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  • Assisted in overall classroom management; created, implemented, and supervised behavior modification plans for individual students.
  • Provide daily assistance to classroom teacher, including classroom management, implementation of curriculum and individual student support.
  • Assisted with classroom management by implementing behavior management plans and establishing emotionally supportive rapport with students.
  • Assisted primary teachers with all aspects of classroom management, instructional delivery and development.
  • Implemented classroom management protocols and individualized behavior management plans.
  • Assist teachers in the enforcement of classroom management and behavioral plans, creating an environment that facilitates learning.
  • Assisted with classroom management: maintained lesson plans, graded papers, accompanied students to main stream classes.
  • Assisted with classroom management: checking homework, organizing work stations and preparing class materials.
  • Provide support to classroom teacher with academic, supervisory and classroom management needs.
  • Assisted with classroom management, such as organizing daily instructional plans and materials.
  • Assisted with classroom management, lesson planning, field trips and supervision as needed
  • Use classroom management strategies that encourage a quiet, orderly classroom atmosphere.
  • Assisted special education teacher in all aspects of classroom management.
  • Assisted teacher with testing, classroom management and parent communication.
  • Improved special education classroom management, and school wide discipline.
  • Key Achievements: Established and maintained classroom rules for student interaction behavior/self-control and classroom management systems.
  • Assisted lead teacher in implementing new programs for special needs classroom management.
  • Support of class room teacher Helping students with class work Implementing Curriculum Classroom Management Implementing IEP services Utilizing behavior plans

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2. Special Needs

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  • Participated in in-service training programs (trained in various intervention strategies for students with special needs).
  • Assisted in art therapy for 8 special needs children, developed visual communication.
  • Maintained safe and appropriate working environment, accommodating for students with special needs.
  • Planned classroom learning activities to meet the special needs of each student.
  • Assisted two special education teachers with 15-20 special needs children per year.
  • Center * Provide in-class support for special needs students by subject area.
  • Communicated effectively to understand the child's special needs and abilities.
  • Insured that students with special needs stayed focused and on task.
  • Supported certified teaching staff for preschool age children with special needs.
  • Work as a one on one with special needs students.
  • Serve as an aid to students with special needs.
  • Provided academic assistance to 15 students with special needs.
  • Worked with a variety of students with special needs
  • Assisted children with special needs in developing skills.
  • Attend class and supervise students with special needs.
  • Educated and accommodated students with special needs in inclusive and transitional classrooms - Implemented crisis prevention techniques and strategies
  • Administer standardized ability and achievement tests to special populated students with special needs.
  • Implemented a variety of teaching methods such as lectures, discussions and demonstrations by accommodating the special needs of students.
  • Assist in the classroom with special needs children and disabled pre-school children.
  • Provided class room support to Special Needs students Produced necessary classroom materials daily Monitored various student activities

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3. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Managed the environment while Teacher was teaching a lesson, assisted students as needed with classwork and emotional or behavioral issues.
  • Lead summer day treatment groups by therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Provide emotional and academic support for special needs students with Autism, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Supervised and observed child behavior throughout the day to prevent behavioral issues.
  • Assisted with the re-directing of students exhibiting behavioral issues.

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4. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Worked independently to help special education students fulfill their school work through use of the strategies included in their IEP.
  • Worked closely with teachers and administration and was active in IEP meetings and behavior plan meetings for our students.
  • Devised individualized strategies and lesson plans for autistic students, ensuring that IEP needs/requirements are met and exceeded.
  • Assisted in implementing goals and objectives of the students' individualized education program (IEP).
  • Maintained confidential student files and interfaced with parents on individual education plans (IEP).
  • Coordinated with supervising instructional and professional support staff to ensure student IEP objectives were met.
  • Provided necessary differentiated instruction in accordance with students Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • Translated IEP and behavioral intervention meetings for the parents of our large Spanish Speaking Population
  • Participated in weekly meetings to review progress towards IEP and campus goals.
  • Evaluated and suggested new goals for each student's yearly IEP reassessment.
  • Coordinate, schedule, and review all IEP's on teacher caseload.
  • Attended IEP meetings including meetings with students' Behavior Specialists.
  • Participated in IEP and Child Study meeting.
  • Follow specific aspect of individual IEP's.
  • Carry out IEP and goals set by team.
  • Participated in social work/group therapy for autistic students (as well as students with other IEPs & 504s).
  • Attended all program staff meetings, treatment reviews, IEPs and other agency meetings as necessary.
  • Assisted with lesson plans to meet individual needs of students through IEP's and pre-assessments.
  • Assisted and identified needed accommodations for students' IEPs.
  • Administer academic subject tests as well as progress monitoring assessments for students with IEP goals.

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5. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Support student learning by reinforcing academic skills taught by the special education teachers using a variety of instructional modifications and accommodations.
  • Observed and assisted English teachers in classrooms with facilitating student learning and creating an environment conducive to excellent student/teacher interaction.
  • Participated in the implementation of student behavior plans ensuring effective and safe student learning.
  • Plan and facilitate parent-teacher conferences aimed at maximizing student learning.
  • Provided the necessary insight to discover and close gaps in student learning.
  • Promote partnership with families, encouraging their active participation in student learning.
  • Used formal and informal assessment to improve instruction and increase student learning.

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6. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted classroom teacher with daily instruction *Developed hands-on and engaging lessons/activities *Worked one-on-one with students needing special assistance along with small groups
  • Provided and implemented instruction and support to individual students, small groups and whole classroom within general and special classroom settings.
  • Work closely and independently with individual students and small groups of students to teach/reinforce materials and skills in all subject areas.
  • Worked as a 1:1 aide, in small groups, in pull-out and push-in settings, and in the general classroom.
  • Work one-on-one or with small groups of students through play activities, feeding/eating breaks, and physical therapy sessions.
  • Work with individuals, small groups, or large groups to help each student complete their High School Diploma.
  • Assist teachers with student academic goals, by working with small groups of children or an individual child.
  • Tutored students independently or in small groups to achieve goals set in their individual education plans.
  • Work with individual students with emotional disorders; teach small groups and achieve classroom objectives.
  • Tutor special services students individually or in small groups to reinforce and follow-up learning activity.
  • Instruct students in small groups or one-on-one with a focus on strengthening executive functioning skills.
  • Worked with special educational students one on one and in large and small groups.
  • Worked with small groups of 6th and 7th grade students who had learning disabilities.
  • Work with individuals and small groups of students on skills as identified by teacher.
  • Work with individuals, small groups, or large groups as assigned teacher.
  • Work one-on -one and in small groups with academically struggling students.
  • Worked in Kindergarten with students in small groups for one year.
  • Worked with individual students and small groups and achieved objectives.
  • Utilized intervention methodologies for small groups of students.
  • Facilitated the learning of classroom lessons presented by teachers by reviewing materials with students one-on-one or in small groups.

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7. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted lead teacher is implementing classroom lesson plans for elementary-age children with moderate/severe learning disabilities and developmental disorders.
  • Mentored students with special needs and disabilities using positive reinforcement, empathy, and creative individualized lesson plans.
  • Provide specialized lesson plans and one-on-one support for students with greater intellectual disabilities.
  • Assist in creating and implementing lesson plans and behavioral modifications.
  • Assisted teachers in developing lesson plans, support materials, activities and design/layout of daily schedules based on the monthly program.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for students/adults with special needs; adapt teaching styles to accommodate different levels of learning.
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
  • Assisted teachers with lesson plans, correcting assignments and tests, recording attendance, and exercising needed discipline.
  • Developed lesson plans and conducted classroom and one on one teaching sessions for students of a special ed.
  • Resolved months of backlogged behavior issues, restored order and organization to records and lesson plans in disarray.
  • Created supplemental lesson plans in a district middle school and developed an after school reading program.
  • Assist the Head Teacher in creating weekly lesson plans in the instructional practice.
  • Create innovative, relevant, and meaningful modifications and accommodations to lesson plans.
  • Create lesson plans, testing, grading and recording and reporting of progress.
  • Assisted with lesson plans for autistic and special needs high school students.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans that increase student performance.
  • Assisted in the planning and prepping of lesson plans.
  • Worked independently to create lesson plans.
  • Administered Merrill Reader lesson plans Implemented phonics lesson plans using Explode the Code workbook based on Orton-Gillingham Method.
  • Created lesson plans for vocabulary Problem solving to reach kids with fine motor disabilities

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Delivered small group instruction in Reading, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies and administer standardized NYS assessments to students.
  • Led small group and one-to-one lessons in science and mathematics which were tailored to individual student needs and learning styles.
  • Assisted in reading, language arts, mathematics, and science classrooms.
  • Create materials for fine motor and mathematics activities.
  • Provide support for general education kindergarteners with higher academic needs as they learn reading, writing, and mathematics skills.

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9. General Education

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Here's how General Education is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Supported general education teacher and high functioning students in a general education classes.
  • Implemented accommodations and modifications for students within general education classrooms.
  • Integrated students with disabilities into the general education setting.
  • Worked one on one with students during resource periods to enhance the learning experience taken from the general education classroom.
  • Assisted within the general education classroom with students who need assistance based on their IEP goals and objectives.
  • Collaborate with General Education Teacher and School Psychologist to meet needs of student.
  • Provided direct services to three students in general education, inclusion settings
  • Supported students in the general education classroom.
  • Support autistic students with general education curriculum in classroom Plan and implement music program for Special Education Pre-School students
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies..

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10. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Carried out organization of instructional materials and learning centers as planned and directed by classroom teacher or administration.
  • Produced instructional materials and manipulatives for special ed.

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11. Academic Performance

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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted progress monitoring to assess students' academic performance and evaluate effectiveness of instruction of unit.
  • Enriched academic performance by leading Reading, Math and Writing groups.

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12. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists and facilitated skill generalization in the classroom setting.
  • Provide one-on-one assistance to special-needs students in classroom setting.
  • Collaborated with teachers and other aides in the classroom setting to provide a team approach to ensure student success.
  • Collaborated with teachers, parents, and administration about student progress and challenges within the home and classroom setting.
  • Assisted with assignments, daily activities, and testing in pull-out and group classroom settings.
  • Worked with various students with special needs in inclusion classroom settings, grades 3-5.
  • Assist in the day to day functions in the classroom setting.
  • Assisted a special education teacher in a smaller classroom setting.

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13. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with instructions, physical care, toileting, feeding, medication administration, mobility and other daily activities.
  • Assist the Special Education Teacher in guiding students with various abilities through their daily activities.
  • Assisted lead teacher with coordination of daily activities of children with special education needs.
  • Promote independence and choice in daily activities for clients to the maximum extent possible.
  • Assisted with daily activities of a high school life skills class.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with daily activities.

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14. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Organize and supervise games or other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, or social development.
  • Coordinate students in recreational activities at school.

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15. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Accompany students to Social Studies, Science and Music class to provide academic support and monitor student behavior.
  • Instructed Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies to students with learning support needs.
  • Modified lessons in social studies, science and math to meet student's academic needs.
  • Teach math, reading and social studies to special needs students.
  • Assisted in teaching sixth graders social studies.

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16. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Worked with children who presented with developmental disabilities.
  • Assist in teaching students with developmental disabilities in and outside the classroom.
  • Worked extensively with the psychosocial and educational well-being of students with profound/special education students; behavioral, social and developmental disabilities.

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17. ABA

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Here's how ABA is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Implement goals to meet the individual needs of students established in their Individualized Educational Program and ABA/behavioral techniques throughout instructional day.
  • Prepare reports, memos, letters and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software.
  • Implemented ABA-based teaching techniques, for autistic students, in one to one highly structured teaching sessions.
  • Develop databases to track student progress.
  • Participated in district and school trainings on teaching students with autism and applied behavioral analysis (ABA) procedures and strategies.
  • Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) Therapy Design and conduct lessons and activities for students with special needs Oversee classroom activities.

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18. Curriculum Development

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19. Resource Room

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Here's how Resource Room is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assist the special education teacher in the resource room in small group activities one to one.
  • Plan and implement lessons for students in self-contained, resource room, and mainstream settings
  • Modified and taught grade level curriculum in the resource room according to individual needs.
  • Worked additionally in the resource room with students on vocational and life skills.
  • Covered his Resource Room classes for the remaining 3 months every year.
  • Work in an inclusive and resource room environment.

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20. Adhd

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Here's how Adhd is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Experienced in working with children with disabilities including autism, Down's-Syndrome, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
  • Helped to manage activities and assisted with projects for autistic and ADHD diagnosed preschoolers enrolled in the special education summer program.
  • Created lesson plans for students with PDD (NOS), ADHD, and obsessive-compulsive tendencies.
  • Worked with and monitored special needs students with ADD, ADHD, Autisum and other physical problems.

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21. Administration Policies

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Here's how Administration Policies is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.

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22. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Helped disabled children realize their potentials through therapies that promote behavioral and social developments.
  • Organize and supervise games to promote physical, mental, and social development in the children.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assist in the educational and social development of special education students across all subjects.

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23. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted special education teachers with material preparation, data collection, and parent communications.
  • Organized and maintained materials/supplies at Eastern Kentucky University Speech-Language Communication Transcribed and assisted in data collection in child literacy doctoral research.
  • Record data on students behavior using an ABC data collection format.

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24. Extra Assistance

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Here's how Extra Assistance is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs in the areas of vocational tasks, academics, and self-care.
  • Observed and tracked student performance, providing extra assistance for mastering assignments.

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25. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Tracked all student records for the Special Education students.
  • Maintain organized and confidential student records and goal sheets.
  • Assist class teachers with maintain student records.
  • Maintained accurate student records and reports.
  • Update and maintain confidential student records.

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26. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Facilitate a Smart Board learning group for staff members.

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27. Master Assignments

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28. Occupational Therapy Services

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29. ELA

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Here's how ELA is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Assist the Clinical Group Supervisor in creating and implementing treatment strategies and completing related administrative tasks.
  • Maintained healthy relationship with pupils, teachers and parents through effective comprehensive communication.
  • Make effective and professional relationships with students.
  • Collect money from students for school-related projects
  • Work with children with special needs promoting relational growth and development of the child in an inclusion classroom setting.
  • Observed, documented and assessed student challenges related to behavior, cognitive, social, and organization development.
  • Utilize active listening and interpersonal skills to build and develop strong relationships with students in a stressful setting.
  • Utilize the therapeutic strategy of building a relationship and ensuring regulation throughout each session with the student.
  • Developed individual plans for each student through discussions with school psychologist, teachers and other related staff.
  • Develop effective working relationships with students, staff, parents, guardians and the school community.
  • Performed other job-related duties such as bus duty, hall monitoring, and car duty.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships among students through field trips, team work and community service projects.
  • Serve on committee meetings, provide technology training, and consult on technology-related issues.
  • Assisted teacher with copying, art projects, and other classroom related tasks.
  • Developed relationships with students and staff to provide a better learning environment.
  • Teach students with development delays how to do Daily Activities of Life.
  • Worked one-on-one with students with Autism, Aspergers, Pervasive Developmental Delay, mental retardation, physical and emotional disabilities.
  • Coordinate programs with related disciplines for therapeutic purposes; attend multi-disciplinary meetings to facilitate comprehensive program planning.
  • Attended and trained in student and job-related meetings/trainings.
  • Provide age-specific care related to clients'/patients' unique physical and psychosocial needs.

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30. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas and submit outlines to teachers for review.

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31. Behavior Analysis

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Here's how Behavior Analysis is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Applied behavior analysis to develop behavior modification techniques to foster an environment of understanding and appropriate interpersonal abilities.
  • Provided individualized Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior instruction for children with autism.
  • Performed Applied Behavior Analysis techniques during one to one instruction.
  • Administered Applied Behavior Analysis programs using the ABLLs.

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32. Classroom Objectives

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Here's how Classroom Objectives is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Adapted classroom activities and assignments under the direct supervision of the teaching staff to support and reinforce classroom objectives.
  • Provide instructional support to head teachers while reinforcing classroom objectives.

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34. Classroom Support

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Here's how Classroom Support is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Provided classroom support to a child with severe behavioral difficulties at the District's request.
  • Provided classroom support as a Teaching Assistant in a Day Treatment Program, 4th grade.

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35. Direct Instruction

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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Provided direct instruction and assistance in accordance with guidance plans.
  • Provided direct instruction and support to students.

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36. CPI

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Here's how CPI is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Attended CPI-Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training.
  • Received proper training in order to assist with toileting, lifting, and CPI.
  • Trained in CPI restraints for combative children.
  • Certified in First Aid, CPR, and CPI/SPA (member of the crisis response team).

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37. One-On-One Instruction

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Here's how One-On-One Instruction is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitated small group and one-on-one instruction to promote academic growth.
  • Provided one-on-one instruction for 5- to 7-year-old students with Autism, Spectrum Disorders, Down syndrome, and developmental disabilities.
  • Adapted lessons and provided one-on-one instruction to students with IEPs and 504s

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38. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Attended all trainings and conferences including CPR infant and child certification.
  • Performed health care procedures including: CPR, g-tube feedings, oral care, feeding and therapeutic repositioning.

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39. Large Groups

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40. K-5

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Here's how K-5 is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Supervised children and assisted Special Education teachers in implementing approved lesson plans for grades K-5.
  • Assisted classroom teachers in the educational development of autistic students K-5.
  • Provide district-wide support for Grades K-5 students in general and special education classes.

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41. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Participate in professional development programs, faculty meetings, and special events as assigned.
  • Assist school with miscellaneous or special events as requested.

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42. Record Relevant Data

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Here's how Record Relevant Data is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.

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43. Personal Development Programs

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44. Specific Needs

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Here's how Specific Needs is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Developed individual curriculum focusing on the specific needs of each student.
  • Adapt classroom activities towards the specific needs of individual students while monitoring student progress.

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45. Academic Subjects

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46. Mainstream Classes

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Here's how Mainstream Classes is used in Special Education Teaching Assistant jobs:
  • Proctored regents exams, Accompanied students to mainstream classes as support.
  • Coordinate placement of students with special needs into mainstream classes.
  • Followed these students around in their mainstream classes.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Education Teaching Assistant

Classroom Management

22.3%

Special Needs

18.4%

Behavioral Issues

18.1%

IEP

7.2%

Student Learning

6.9%

Small Groups

6.1%

Lesson Plans

5.6%

Mathematics

3.9%

General Education

1.6%

Instructional Materials

1.6%

Academic Performance

1.1%

Classroom Setting

1.0%

Daily Activities

0.9%

Recreational Activities

0.9%

Social Studies

0.9%

Developmental Disabilities

0.8%

ABA

0.7%

Curriculum Development

0.7%

Resource Room

0.7%

Adhd

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

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 20.1%
2 Special Needs 16.6%
3 Behavioral Issues 16.3%
4 IEP 6.5%
5 Student Learning 6.2%
6 Small Groups 5.5%
7 Lesson Plans 5.1%
8 Mathematics 3.5%
9 General Education 1.5%
10 Instructional Materials 1.4%
11 Academic Performance 1.0%
12 Classroom Setting 0.9%
13 Daily Activities 0.8%
14 Recreational Activities 0.8%
15 Social Studies 0.8%
16 Developmental Disabilities 0.7%
17 ABA 0.7%
18 Curriculum Development 0.6%
19 Resource Room 0.6%
20 Adhd 0.6%
21 Administration Policies 0.6%
22 Social Development 0.6%
23 Data Collection 0.6%
24 Extra Assistance 0.5%
25 Student Records 0.5%
26 Staff Members 0.4%
27 Master Assignments 0.4%
28 Occupational Therapy Services 0.4%
29 ELA 0.4%
30 Subject Areas 0.4%
31 Behavior Analysis 0.4%
32 Classroom Objectives 0.4%
33 Social Workers 0.4%
34 Classroom Support 0.4%
35 Direct Instruction 0.4%
36 CPI 0.3%
37 One-On-One Instruction 0.3%
38 CPR 0.3%
39 Large Groups 0.3%
40 K-5 0.3%
41 Special Events 0.3%
42 Record Relevant Data 0.3%
43 Personal Development Programs 0.3%
44 Specific Needs 0.2%
45 Academic Subjects 0.2%
46 Mainstream Classes 0.2%
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