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Top 45 Special Educator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Special Educator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Special Educator resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.7% of Special Educator resumes contained Special Needs as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Special Educator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Special Educator

1. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Individualized instruction to a diverse special needs population within a self-contained class.
  • Plan and deliver modified educational plans to middle and high school students with special needs, including those with autism.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Assisted lead instructor in preparing, enacting, and breaking down lessons for students in a special needs classroom.
  • Supervised Special Needs adults 18-21 years old at job site in the community as a job coach.
  • Help students with special needs mental illness, anxiety, and anger issues with daily academic environment
  • Participated as a key instructor in a transitional classroom supporting students with multiple special needs.
  • Assisted individual students with special needs in reading comprehension, writing, and history.
  • Provision of supplementary reading, writing and math skills for students with special needs.
  • Have taught kids with special needs in several Baltimore City and County schools.
  • Work collaboratively with teachers to provide support for students with special needs.
  • Assist teacher with managing students with special needs inside the classroom.
  • Assist in the education process for individuals with special needs.
  • Supervised and worked alongside students with special needs.
  • Help with special needs children keeping them on task
  • Directed Ed program for Special Needs for children aged 3 to 5 years old, In an 8:1:1 Setting.
  • Worked on a transdisciplinary team of professionals that address needs of special needs children and their families.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as children that can not communicate.
  • help tutor kids with special needs.
  • Shadowed teacher in a special needs classroom Helped children reach academic and developmental goals Assisted teacher with daily activities

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2. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Executed high level of classroom management and effective procedures increasing overall quality and productivity.
  • Trained and provided supervision to Teaching Assistants for initiating best practices in classroom management.
  • Assist with classroom management, and instructional assistance in a computer laboratory.
  • Implemented PBIS framework into classroom management to support positive student behavior.
  • Developed classroom management strategies and trained paraprofessionals on their implementation.
  • Assisted credentialed teacher with record keeping and classroom management.
  • Practice positive and effective classroom management techniques.
  • Implemented effective classroom management strategies.
  • Demonstrated strong classroom management skills.
  • Promoted a positive and safe learning environment for diverse cultural backgrounds and learning styles coupled with effective classroom management.
  • Assist teacher in managing student behavior with classroom management with 85% improvement with student academics and behavior.
  • Develop and utilize classroom management techniques and strategies to create a safe and productive classroom.
  • Result: Improvement in classroom management, student comprehension, and student participation.
  • Assisted two classroom teachers with classroom management and teaching duties.
  • Implemented a classroom management plan with clear expectations of behavior.
  • Worked on classroom management techniques.
  • Assist teacher with classroom management.
  • Assist lead teacher in classroom management and learning assignments One on one coach for autistic child Cognitive developmental assessments
  • Modified work for students, created study guides Supported classroom management Organized small group work Assisted with technology
  • Designed and taught lesson plans Attended IEPs Responsible for classroom management Consultation/collaboration with Special Education and Regular Education teachers

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3. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Develop group lesson plans and individualized academic programming for students with autism spectrum disorders and multiple disabilities.
  • Garner high commendations for quality classroom teaching, innovative lesson plans, instructional materials, and inventive student assessments.
  • Developed and implements daily lesson plans that demonstrate how the IEP's are being fulfilled on a daily basis.
  • Developed unit and lesson plans according to state standards and laws specific to servicing students with special needs.
  • Plan and implement instructional lesson plans for Special Education and General Education students at the high school level.
  • Develop lesson plans and various behavior management programs to improve behavior as well as assist parents.
  • Utilized teacher-produced lesson plans, assisted in teaching processes towards each student's individual education plan.
  • Modified daily lesson plans and instruction based on the individual needs of each student.
  • Developed lesson plans and activities aligned with Ohio Standard Course of Study.
  • Assisted in preparing daily and weekly lesson plans for activities and lessons.
  • Prepared lesson plans based upon students weakness, strengths, and behavior.
  • Designed effective lesson plans to accommodate the strengths of each student.
  • Develop lesson plans that are modified for special needs students.
  • Develop and incorporates lesson plans in conjunction with school curriculum.
  • Assisted regular educator in planning and execution of lesson plans.
  • Developed daily lesson plans and taught various academic subjects.
  • Help create curriculum and implement lesson plans.
  • Construct and execute individual lesson plans.
  • Prepared and implemented curriculum and multi-sensory lesson plans and activities.
  • Organized, gathered,compiled, and photocopied materials and lesson plans.

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4. Behavioral Issues
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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Handled crisis, communication, learning, emotional and behavioral issues.

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5. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Created and delivered a curriculum to empower youths in areas of physical education, languages and mathematics
  • Worked collaboratively with teachers in mathematics and writing.
  • Developed and implemented differentiated lesson plans in both ELA and mathematics to develop and reinforce skills from the general education setting.
  • Trained to administer Developmental Reading Assessment, Guided Reading Approach and Every Day Mathematics to typical and special needs learners.
  • Advance capability of teaching core subjects; Mathematics, English, Social Studies and Science at High School Level
  • Plan and teach resource classes for reading and mathematics to help students progress on grade level standards.
  • Prepared and taught English Language Arts and mathematics through guided reading, subtraction and division small/whole groups.
  • Facilitated small groups in the areas of reading, writing, mathematics, and social groups.
  • Implemented instruction for reading and mathematics with students in an inclusive environment and small group setting.
  • Prepared and presented daily lesson plans for Mathematics and Language Arts in the Resource Room.
  • Worked with students ranging in age from 9 to 14 in the area of mathematics.
  • Provided instruction in functional English, Mathematics, Science, Health and Life Skills.
  • Conduct large group instruction to students with learning challenges in Language arts and Mathematics.
  • Tutor learning disabled young lady in all subjects with major emphasis on mathematics.
  • Use various modes of technology to introduce early literacy and mathematics skills.
  • Teach basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics.
  • Focus on mathematics including counting, basic arithmetic, adding, subtracting and order.
  • Tutored in 6th and 7th Grade Mathematics and English Language Arts Instructor of Digital Photography Supervised Educational Associates UTF Representative

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6. General Education Curriculum
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Here's how General Education Curriculum is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students, based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Modified the general education curriculum to special needs students based on a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Composed and implemented tools and interventions that helped students grasp concepts in the general education curriculum.
  • Clarified, modified and executed daily instruction for students in order for them to access the general education curriculum.
  • Used and modified the general education curriculum to meet the individual needs of each student.

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7. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Collaborate with educational team to provide optimal student learning and a positive school environment.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Provided an engaging classroom environment that promoted active student learning and engagement.
  • Maintained necessary records to evaluate student learning.
  • Modify student learning materials, test, and assist students with supplemental learning material during scheduled independent study time.
  • Perform educational assessments for TEAM Evaluation to determine student learning profiles, academic strengths and areas of need.
  • Use of computer for composing documents and keeping data, as well as tool for supplementary student learning.
  • Used a variety of software applications to create effective learning tools to assist student learning through self directed learning
  • Collaborated in the implementation of student behavior plans for the purpose of effective and safe student learning.
  • Identify student learning styles, strengths and weaknesses and reinforce after building on student's strengths.
  • Worked together with parents and students to develop skills in dealing with student learning impairments.
  • Employed cooperative learning techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Collaborated with staff to create a safe and trusting environment for student learning
  • Assist teachers by performing a variety of tasks that promote student learning.
  • Collected data on student learning and behavior.
  • Developed, wrote and implemented specific student learning outcomes to increase scores on the formal classroom assessments, HSAs and SATs.
  • Utilized online programs, Lexia and iReady, to enrich student learning.

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8. Small Groups
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Here's how Small Groups is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provided Read 180 Instruction to struggling middle/high school students in small groups; assessed individual learning styles and adapted teaching methods.
  • Worked with students individually and in small groups assessing performance, reinforcing instruction, motivating learning, assisting with classroom management.
  • Work with children individually and in small groups to reinforce basic skills and to check their use of instructional materials.
  • Worked one on one or with small groups of students as part of the team that implements the students IEP.
  • Supported individuals (one on one) and small groups in the regular and special education classrooms.
  • Provided academic and physical assistance to students with disabilities as directed in one-to-one or in small groups.
  • Worked directly with students, individually or in small groups, and performs clerical work as assigned.
  • Prepare lessons, Teach small groups, supervise and redirect students with behavior problems.
  • Worked with students individually, in small groups, and as a whole group.
  • Reinforce learning in small groups or with individuals while teacher works with other students.
  • Attended grade-level meetings Designed lesson plan activities for small groups from 2nd to 6th grade
  • Provided tutorial support to 2 Elementary school-age children and taught in small groups.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Worked with small groups of 5 or less for individualized attention.
  • Planned and preparing lessons plans-curriculum / individual & small groups.
  • Worked with students individually and in small groups reinforcing instruction.
  • Instructed small groups using the Read180 program.
  • Teach lessons for small groups.
  • worked in classrooms with small groups, one on one.
  • Utilize multi-sensory approaches in teaching individually and in small groups.

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9. Language Arts
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Here's how Language Arts is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Participate in professional development in science, language arts, and special education (areas of my state certification).
  • Design and implement individualized lessons in math, language arts, and science/social studies for special needs students.
  • Course work focused on Common Core English Language Arts; Common Core Reading; Common Core Social Studies.
  • Led instruction at the elementary level in all core subjects, specializing in Language Arts.
  • Tutored students with severe learning disabilities in language arts, with emphasis upon writing.
  • Worked with the students on Wilson Reading, Writing, Math and Language Arts.
  • Worked as part of a team to create a new Language Arts Curriculum.
  • Team taught science and language arts for grades seven and eight.
  • Tutored learning-disabled down-syndrome student in the content area of language arts.
  • Designed math and language arts curriculum for diverse learning group.
  • Tutored 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in History, Math, Language Arts, Science, and Latin.
  • Fall 2014 ED5533 Research in Teaching Language Arts Participated in tutoring children in an afterschool program.
  • Worked one on one with students with disabilities Planned and delivered intensive language arts instruction Progress-monitored achievement

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10. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Developed individual educational plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • Assisted with the implementation of IEP accommodations and modifications.
  • Recorded data as mandated by individual IEP goals/objectives.
  • Monitored Special Education caseload and provided assessments and support to assist students in meeting IEP goals.
  • Schedule Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings for Special Education students between staff and providers.
  • Coordinate IEP meetings and develop IEP s; Provide accommodations and modifications for special education students.
  • Collect, analyze, and use data to modify IEP and help determine program effectiveness.
  • Prepared IEP's - (Individual Education Plans) Logging, scheduling, filing,
  • Monitor and evaluate student Individual Education Plan s (IEP) for successful outcomes.
  • Assist with implementing and monitoring Individual Education Plans (IEP) as assigned.
  • Created lessons, held IEP meetings, and maintained close communication with parents.
  • Helped student accomplish IEP goals and display proper behavior during school hours.
  • Provided one to one assistance as outlined in the student's IEP.
  • Led IEP meetings and prepared IEP's (individualized education plans).
  • Responded to parents regarding data and goals in the IEP room.
  • Implement strategies and activities to meet each child's IEP goals.
  • Monitor and input data through the use of EASYIEP.
  • Implement modifications to assignments and assessments to maximize each student's potential as specified in individual IEPs.
  • Collected weekly - virtual and daily - face to face DTI Data to shape skill sets and monitor IEP goals.
  • Follow SELPA guidelines to ensure compliancy of IEPs.

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11. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Prepare materials and classroom for class activities.

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12. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Implemented programs and instructional materials under the guidance of the class teacher and modified work as necessary per student's IEP.
  • Assembled and prepared instructional materials, developing daily work assignments for students based on individual assessment of their needs.
  • Prepared instructional materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying technological needs and interests.
  • Provide ongoing support to the special education teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Prepare instructional materials for students, maintain daily records of achievement.
  • Prepared, used and the maintenance of instructional materials and equipment.
  • Support the teacher in preparing instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Plan and prepare lessons, assignments, and instructional materials.
  • Prepared instructional materials based on student's strengths.
  • Adapt instructional materials as needed.
  • clean up after class projects, document grades, adapt instructional materials, audiovisual equipment, etc.)

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13. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Create curriculum materials that are adapted to aid children in understanding literacy, math, science, and social studies concepts.
  • Provided instruction to special needs students in 5th/6th Grade reading/social studies/science Comprehensive Special Education Program (CSEP).
  • Hired as a long-term substitute teacher for the purposes of teaching Resource Special Education Social Studies.
  • Assessed students knowledge and learn style in core classes: Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Instructed a 7th and 8th grade Social Studies Self-Contained classroom modifying material as needed.
  • Conducted group and individual reading, math, science and social studies activities.
  • Provided in-class instructional support for 2nd grade students during Science and Social Studies.
  • Created lessons based on the current topic the students were in social studies.
  • Served as a member of the school's Reading/ELA/Social Studies vertical team.
  • Spring 2015 ED5533 Research in Teaching Social Studies Childhood Education Participated in tutoring children in an afterschool program.
  • Teach 7-10 special education supplemental-level students with learning disabilities, grades 9-12, a modified social studies curriculum.

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14. Para
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Here's how Para is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Supervised and evaluated paraprofessionals, graduate student teachers, and undergraduate interns
  • Devised weekly classroom schedules and responsibilities for students and para-professionals.
  • Provide TAKS tutoring and training/preparation.
  • Helped supervise a shared paraprofessional.
  • Helped supervise several shared paraprofessionals.
  • Work cooperatively with paraprofessional and all other people in the building to provide the best service to my students.
  • Employed as a Para Educator in a self-contained classroom working with kids with autistic students.
  • Served as IEP team case manager in preparation for and participation in meetings.
  • Assist in preparation of data for local, state, and federal reports.
  • Scheduled all field trips and supervised four to six paraprofessionals.
  • Supervised upwards of 15 paraprofessionals, caseload of 30 students.
  • Delegated 2 paraprofessionals and maintained a group of 28 Students.
  • Battle Monument School, a Public Separate Day School
  • Directed 10 paraprofessionals and one long term substitute.
  • Collaborated with principal, general education teachers, special education teachers, paraprofessionals, service professionals, and outside agencies.
  • assisted Master Teacher in lesson preparation.
  • Performed clerical tasks, Assisted students to create their own resumes' Certified Para Educator, CPR and First Aid.
  • Case managed 8 students in K-12 grades with Autism, ID, ED Supervised 7 paraprofessionals.
  • Delegated and managed paraprofessionals duties Knitting Club Advisor
  • Increase Test Scores Oversee Paraprofessional Solve daily behavioral problems Assist in Regular Ed.

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15. ABA
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Here's how ABA is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Focused on letter and number recognition, basic math and reading skills and behavioral modification through ABA fundamentals and techniques.
  • Provide home-based ABA and Special Instruction services to developmentally at risk students from birth to age three.
  • Develop and implement ABA behavior plan with behaviorist, create visual schedules, and maintain data.
  • Provide ABA Applied Behavior Analysis Assessment and Instruction for individuals with Autism and Learning disabilities.
  • Provided 1:1 early intervention ABA therapy for children with Autism in their homes.
  • Manage entering yearly, monthly and daily student data into school database.
  • Worked with toddlers diagnosed with autism to implement ABA plans for them.
  • Trained paraprofessionals proper instruction techniques for children with PDD including ABA techniques.
  • Completed 33 hour Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) training.
  • Provided applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy.
  • Executed skilled instructions and ABA discrete trials.
  • Focused on ABA approaches in classroom.
  • Performed ABAs on at-risk students and developed and monitored intervention programs.
  • Administered 1:1 ABA discrete trials with student(s) Spanish Translator for the entire school.
  • Manage electronic IEPs and the process for supervising academic achievement while using the Impact database system.
  • Applied aba curriculum as well as social skills and life functioning skills
  • Experienced in DIR Floor-Time, ABA, and collaborative inclusionary teaching.
  • Provided early intervention using the DIR/ floortime model and ABA therapy.
  • Run ABA trials Work one on one with autistic students Provide educational assistance
  • prompt data, ABA, ect.

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16. Classroom Setting
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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Collaborated with teacher in a self-contained classroom setting.
  • Provided support and instruction for students with special needs within the general classroom setting, as well as resource room setting.
  • Worked one on one with developmentally disabled students with a variety of special needs in a self contained classroom setting.
  • Certified Substitute from the Missouri Department of Secondary Education Assists students as needed within the classroom setting with instructional materials.
  • Implemented Individual Educational Program Plans for adolescents with learning, emotional, and physical disabilities in a resource classroom setting.
  • Used PBIS to help students have more appropriate behaviors, both in and outside of the classroom setting.
  • Manage classroom setting of approximate 5 to 15 mild to moderate students in a Basic English class.
  • Develop plans for effective communication, monitoring, and follow-up of students in inclusive classroom settings.
  • Worked with students in a regular classroom setting as well as a tutor classroom space.
  • Established a nurturing and positive classroom setting to assure a fair and appropriate learning environment.
  • Worked with students, teachers, and Special Education coordinators in a classroom setting.
  • Provided special instruction to students with developmental delays in a classroom setting.
  • Provide support for teachers as well, within the classroom setting.
  • Perform daily routine for students to follow within a classroom setting.
  • Assisted and supervised a student with autism in a classroom setting.
  • Work with mainstream education classroom and/ or self-contained classroom setting.
  • Provide instructional support and assistance within the classroom setting.
  • Documented daily progress of social behavior in classroom setting.
  • Monitor students in classroom setting.
  • Conducted one home visit over summer to students homes .Supervised one paraprofessional in a classroom setting .Administered assessment tests to students

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17. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Maintain professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Participated in collaborative curriculum development, grade-level activities, and school-wide functions.
  • Support teaching staff in curriculum development and determining academic goals and appropriate strategies for working on IEP goals.
  • Meet with teachers on lessing plans, curriculum development, and other collaborative work.

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18. Co-Taught
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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Collaborated and co-taught with regular education teachers in all classrooms with special education students
  • Collaborated and co-taught with General Educators to ensure student success.
  • Provided direct science instruction to 9th and 10th grade students in a co-taught general education setting.
  • Develop team teaching strategies to maximize learning in co-taught classes.
  • Designed and co-taught unit in writing and poetry.

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19. Kindergarten
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Here's how Kindergarten is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Implemented an individualized curriculum for a kindergarten student with a moderate cognitive impairment.
  • Perform 1:1 counseling and tutoring for a developmentally delayed kindergarten student.
  • Prepared families for the transition to prekindergarten special education services.
  • Counseled and provided special education to senior kindergarten students.
  • Assumed the responsibility for kindergarten classroom.
  • Substituted for various sites throughout the school district; performing one to one work with student s grades Kindergarten through twelfth.
  • Write IEP's and design special programs for Special Education students, Kindergarten and 7th and 8th grade students.
  • Worked in the Foundations Program with students with Autism in kindergarten, first, and second grade.
  • Provide pull-out and push-in special education instruction to students, grades kindergarten through seven.
  • Worked with kindergarten through eighth grade special education students with homework assignments.
  • Assisted with Kindergarten Resource teaching basic writing skills and math skills
  • Worked with Kindergarten through fifth grade students Reinforced skills introduced by classroom teacher
  • worked in kindergarten room and third through fifth grade rooms.
  • Provide guidance on the assessments Identify expected learning outcomes for young children Sustain emergent skills before entering kindergarten
  • Worked with disabled pre-kindergarten students Aided in developing gross/fine motor skills of students Helped to instill social skills in students
  • Breakfast cashier Prekindergarten Para Educator Recess Supervisor RTI/WIN group teacher 1st grade 2nd grade 3rd grade 4th grade 5th grade

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20. Developmental Disabilities
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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Planned and implemented daily lesson plans for student with various developmental disabilities.
  • Conducted evaluations and assessments to determine the presence of developmental disabilities.
  • Instructed students with Emotional and Developmental Disabilities in a self-contained classroom.
  • Instruct students with emotional disturbances and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided services to children from 0-5 with ASD, developmental disabilities and medical diagnoses.
  • Enhanced social, functional, and academic skills in students with developmental disabilities.
  • Instructed Students with Emotional and Developmental disabilities in math and social studies.
  • Instructed disturbances and developmental disabilities provided assistance in the behavior management and educational programming for all students.
  • Administer various assessments (ABLLS, Brigance, SANDI) to students with severe to moderate developmental disabilities and intellectual disabilities.
  • Obtained position as a case carrier for 10 middle school age students with a ranges of developmental disabilities.

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21. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provided instruction in all core subject areas for regular education and special education students.
  • Provided daily instruction to students in authorized and assigned subject areas.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate lesson plans in all subject areas.
  • Provide differentiated instruction for students in all academic subject areas.
  • Planned, implemented, and instructed core-curriculum subject areas, utilizing teaching aids, specific strategies, and thematic units.
  • Planned and implemented standard based lessons with measurable objectives in all subject areas for Specialized Instruction classroom.
  • Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas and submit outlines to teachers for review.
  • Coordinated lesson plans on a weekly basis with four teachers in four different subject areas.
  • Differentiated classroom work, homework, and assessments in all subject areas for grades 2-3.
  • Tutored 32 students in all core subject areas for 6 periods each day.
  • Collaborated with coworkers and other professionals in other subject areas and grade levels.
  • Helped kids gain knowledge in their subject areas in unique ways.
  • Supported students in all subject areas using the standards based curriculum.
  • Instructed students in academic subject areas and social interaction skills.
  • Provided private tutoring in all subject areas for mild-moderate ASD student
  • Instructed students in all subject areas within a self-contained environment.
  • Accept teaching responsibilities for English and Math subject areas.
  • developed curricula in all subject areas for students with learning disabilities.
  • instructed middle school students with learning and emotional disabilities in all subject areas.

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22. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Develop Individualized Educational Plans to increase student academic performance.
  • Maintained accurate records of students academic performance and behavior.
  • Record data to display academic performance.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Served as Case Manager in monitoring students' academic performance.
  • Educated youths in social skills, academic performance, and career skills for Dade County.

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23. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provide modifications and support in grade level instruction under direction of classroom teacher; for groups of special needs students.
  • Administered a comprehensive final exam for both grade levels and gave a SLO exam to the 8th grade students.
  • Excelled in behavior management * Effective team manager * Verifiable ability to raise grade level of students with various disabilities
  • Provided tutoring geared to the needs of incarcerated adolescents ages 17 to 19 working significantly below grade level.
  • Facilitated weekly grade level meetings to ensure proper alignment of lesson plans with network academic goals.
  • Integrated grade level curriculum to assist students to develop community in and outside of the classroom.
  • Collaborated with grade level and special education teachers to set short and long term goals.
  • Individualized instruction is provided at all four grade levels for all academic subjects.
  • Developed educational plans that meet grade level expectations and state standards.
  • Worked with multiple grade levels, elementary through high school.
  • Develop study plan to accommodate my students grade level.
  • Grade levels include 6 low level to 8 advanced.
  • Modified and differentiated each grade level's curriculum taught.
  • Create lesson plans for each grade level Kinder-6th.
  • Served as department chairperson for my grade level.
  • Work as a collaborative team member within grade level, interagency and departmental teams.
  • Redeveloped the Response to Interventionprocess for all grade levels (K-11).
  • Substitute taught in all grade levels and contents Substitute Teaching
  • Deliver instruction over three different curriculums and grade levels.

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24. Individual Classroom Activities
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Here's how Individual Classroom Activities is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs.

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25. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Promoted/transferred to neighboring school district based on exemplary performance for Clayton County Public Schools.
  • Participated in a two-year alternative certification route in Baltimore City Public Schools.
  • Tried to help acculturate them for the environment at their public schools.
  • Worked with child advocate and public schools special educators.

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Redirect poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Applied positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.

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27. Occupational Therapy Services
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  • Direct service provider, providing occupational therapy services to clients in various settings, including preschools/daycares/and the home setting.

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28. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Assist in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the facilitator and classroom teachers.
  • Develop or implement strategies to meet the needs of students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Fostered the academic and social development of more than 30 Special Education learners grades nine through 12.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Maintain classroom facilities and instructional materials Collaborates with staff to support educational and social development
  • Developed individual educational plans designed to promote educational, physical and social development.Worked as a team with aall other teachers

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29. Ifsp
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Here's how Ifsp is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Collaborate with the multidisciplinary team to integrate IFSP outcomes and goals within natural environments.
  • Provide developmental stimulation/education per child's IFSP in natural setting.
  • Write IFSP goals, quarterly reports, weekly log notes, amendment reports, as well as evaluation reports.
  • Developed and implemented the IFSP to meet the individual needs of both the children and the family.
  • Collaborate with OT, PT, SLP and Parents to ensure IFSP goals and outcomes are implemented.
  • Write quarterly progress reports (every three months) to discuss student progress toward IFSP goals.
  • Develop and meet annual goals IFSP outcomes through weekly intervention implementation and progress monitoring.
  • Provided school based curriculum/family training and education in accordance with IEP and IFSP goals
  • Implement ABA methodology and other therapeutic strategies according to IFSP or IEP.
  • Attended bi-weekly staff program meetings, IFSP meetings and student support meetings.
  • Write IFSP's and implement the goals within the family settings.
  • Participate in IFSP 6 months and annual reviews.
  • Implement IFSP goals and outcomes.
  • Attend periodic IFSP review meetings.
  • Created IFSP goals and objectives, prior written notices, and evaluation repots.
  • Implemented behavioral programs to help toddlers reach their goals on IFSPs.

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30. Direct Instruction
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Here's how Direct Instruction is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provided direct instruction to assistants and teachers in the general education setting to standardize instructional methods across all settings.
  • Provided direct instruction and instructional support to students with disabilities and worked in collaboration with the general education teacher.
  • Provide direct and indirect instructional support to students in a positive environment.
  • Emerged as Teacher Leader for Direct Instruction, with extensive committee participation for developing Utah's Year Around Schools.
  • Used the SRA direct instruction reading program resulting in students' improved decoding and comprehension skills.
  • Provide modeling, direct instructions in social problem solving & behavior intervention.
  • Provide direct instructional assistance in support of classroom and learning activities.
  • Provided direct instruction both in the classroom and Resource Rooms.
  • Used explicit and direct instruction in instructional time.
  • Practiced daily routines concerning direct instruction, computer skills and independency.
  • Provided direct instruction through precision teaching, errorless learning and discrete trials.
  • Provide direct instruction to children with special needs according to their IEPs/BSPs.

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31. Behavior Analysis
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Here's how Behavior Analysis is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provide Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy to children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  • Implemented behavior plans using principles of applied behavior analysis.
  • Trained in the methods of Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for children with autism and other developmental disorders.
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA) in order to write Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP).
  • Implement Applied Behavior Analysis and Verbal Behavior approach in classroom.
  • Resolved behavior issues of students set forth by individual behavior plans - Performed Behavior Analysis duties set by IEPs.
  • Employed Applied Behavior Analysis to help shape socially approvpriate behaivors in academic and social settings with positive outcomes.

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32. Educational Programs
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Here's how Educational Programs is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Developed and implemented individualized educational programs for special education students aged 2-5 years in an 8:1:2 Head start program.
  • Assisted in the implementation of educational programs for students identified as needing specialized or compensatory instruction.
  • Work collaboratively with students' parents to ensure appropriate formulation of Individualized Educational Programs.
  • Develop and implement Individualized Educational Programs for students with special needs.
  • Identified deficiencies and developed prescriptive educational programs for each student.
  • Formulate Individual Educational Programs, and generate quarterly progress reports.
  • Develop individualize educational programs and facilitate team meetings.
  • Administered educational assessments WJ-R, WJ- III, and KTEA, Prepared Individualized Educational Programs for disabled students.
  • Evaluated, interpret, plan, and implement Individualized Educational Programs.
  • Develop individualized educational programs (IEPs) specific to each student's needs toprepare them for the real world experience.

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33. Data Collection
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Here's how Data Collection is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Track and monitor data collection for weekly goals and IEP expectations, including instructional academics and behavior growth.
  • Experience with behavior modification, discrete trails, social skills training, data collection and PMT trained.
  • Implemented modified curriculum, test, and data collection to 5th grade special needs population.
  • Develop and implement Individual Education Plans, train paraprofessional staff, data collection.
  • Record Keeping; Data Collection; Behavior Management; Meetings with Families
  • Experience with ABLLS programs, DDYM, data collection and graphing Implement strategies for individuals and families

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34. Social Workers
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Here's how Social Workers is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Participated in eligibility meetings with parents, social workers, parole officers and principal to determine individualize lesson plans.
  • Supervised new graduate Social Workers therapists.
  • Confer with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers, and professionals while developing IEP's.
  • Observed group and individual counseling sessions with the students and their social workers.
  • Conferred with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers and other teammembers to develop individual educational program for students.
  • Documented for teachers, social workers,and the state.

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35. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Provided academic support to students on Individualized Educational Plans and typically developing students in grades K-5, within an inclusion model.
  • Worked with students, grade K-5, who have a wide range of disabilities in a resource classroom setting.
  • Created positive behavior plans for students in grades K-5, using rewards/incentives derived with student input.
  • Planned, facilitated and co-facilitated social skills groups for students in grades K-5.
  • Monitored and assisted K-5 learning disabled students in one-on-one and group situations.
  • Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for K-5 students.
  • Substitute: all elementary grades K-5.
  • Tutored students k-5 with IEP's in Reading and Writing Collaborated with staff and assessed students in order to provide individualizedinstruction

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36. Adhd
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Here's how Adhd is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Worked with ADHD, ADD and speech impaired kids, helping them to complete and stay focused on their work.
  • Provided individual and small group instruction to children with special needs including learning disabilities, emotional problems, and ADHD.
  • Assisted students with autism, Down Syndrome and ADHD in various settings throughout the Shelton Public School System.
  • Work with children with behavioral disabilities, autism and ADHD.
  • Handled students with ADHD- Attention Deficit Hyper Activity Disorder.
  • Attended PPTs, educated myself on helping children with ADHD, dyslexia, sensory and emotional issues.

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37. Cerebral Palsy
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Here's how Cerebral Palsy is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Worked with students with developmental disabilities, including cerebral palsy
  • Provided excellent educational and physical support to an individual who has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and blindness.
  • Managed a case load of students with a medical diagnosis of cerebral palsy for 3consecutive school years.
  • Tutored an eleven year old boy diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy with school assignments, four hours per weekCommunity Involvement:
  • Provide outstanding outcomes for six students with profound disabilities including Autism, Cerebral Palsy, andDowns' Syndrome.

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38. Academic Subjects
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Here's how Academic Subjects is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Reinforced academic and functional academic subjects.
  • Imparted tenets of academic subjects while facilitating the classroom climate among students, therapists, behavioral personnel and support staff.
  • Worked with special needs students, assessed achievement gaps, and reinforced content covered in core academic subjects.
  • Instruct students in academic subjects using a variety of techniques to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Assisted students with academic subjects and class assignments .

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39. K-12
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Here's how K-12 is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Differentiated Instruction, Corrective Reading and Math Instruction K-12 Behavioral Health Therapist
  • Substitute teaching as needed in the K-12 classrooms, including the areas of special education.
  • Tutored special education children (K-12), who were suspended from school, one-on-one
  • Designed and managed lesson plans and assessments for K-12 courses for assigned students.
  • Work with students K-12 with a wide variety of disabilities.

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40. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Lead and facilitate ARD Meetings, collaborate with General Educators and District Central Staff members to ensure student success.
  • Developed a progress monitoring system for all staff members to keep track of student accommodations and modifications.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Assist the teacher when needed as well as other staff members.
  • Train all staff members on testing policies, procedures and ethics.
  • Document critical information and share with other staff members.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, followingapproved curricula.

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41. RTI
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Here's how RTI is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Participate in general education and Special Education activities/in-services and perform other duties as assigned by the Principal.
  • Modified curriculum and materials so that students were able to successfully participate in general educational classroom learning.
  • Conducted laboratory study of cooling device efficacy using human participants in a controlled environment.
  • Charted individual educational progress records in conjunction with certified/licensed team.
  • Advanced Professional Certificate in Special Education and Elementary Education
  • Participate in faculty and parent conferences.
  • Participate in general school duties as requested
  • Participated in all aspects of IEP annual review process; conduct parent teacher conferences to provide parents with student development reports.
  • Introduced and managed student work skills, such as filing, copying, sorting and delivering mail and shredding.
  • Provide support for individual students inside and outside the classroom to enable them to fully participate in activities.
  • Participated in all aspects of special education process, including conducting team meetings to meet student needs.
  • Assist in the educational and social development of students, supporting students with emotional and behavior concerns.
  • Participate in Instructional Support Teams (IST) and grade level teams as assigned by Principals.
  • Participate in 5 - 6 curriculum development for students with special needs.
  • Participate in all in-service training/staff meeting offered by the department.
  • Observed students in an academic setting for reporting purposes.
  • Have current CPR and first aid certificates.
  • Worked with RTI team to develop a goal timeline and implementation of goals.
  • Progress reporting to provide a more accurate and effective projection.
  • Use ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) and DIRFloortime methods.

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42. Informal Assessments
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Here's how Informal Assessments is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Maintained accurate and functional monitoring systems, including both formal and informal assessments.
  • Prepared comprehensive reports detailing student progress based on formal and informal assessments.
  • Conducted annual and initial evaluations utilizing formal and informal assessments.
  • Completed formal and informal assessments using various testing instruments.
  • Conducted formal and informal assessments for analyzing, monitoring, and reporting student progress.
  • Administer standardized and informal assessments and monitored student's progress towards IEP goals.
  • Conducted formative, summative, formal and informal assessments based on instruction in reading, math and written language.

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43. Individual Instruction
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Here's how Individual Instruction is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Assist students in learning processes through reinforcement of positive behavior, individual instruction, socialization and good communications.
  • Delivered compassionate, effective, and individual instruction to students with emotional and learning disabilities.
  • Provide individual instruction to special education students.
  • Assisted in coordinating and supervising after-school homework clubs, where smaller group and individual instruction is provided to students.
  • Balanced whole-group, small-group and individual instruction to accommodate different academic levels and learning styles.
  • Incorporate learning modality principles into classroom and individual instruction.

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44. Educational Goals
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Here's how Educational Goals is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Facilitated educational goals and outcomes for 5 developmentally disabled individuals.
  • Monitored and documented student progress on educational goals.
  • Worked closely with teachers, administrators, parents and children to ensure that special needs preschool students met their educational goals.
  • Plan and implementation developmental & behavioral educational goals, IEPS (Individual Education Plans).
  • Develop, implement and report on educational goals for each individual child.
  • Composed Individual Education Plans, to set behavioral and educational goals.

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45. Emotional Disturbance
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Here's how Emotional Disturbance is used in Special Educator jobs:
  • Teach educational diverse population including students diagnosed with Emotional Disturbance.
  • Assist in counseling students that have emotional disturbances under the direction of the crises interventionist.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Special Educator

Special Needs

22.0%

Classroom Management

14.5%

Lesson Plans

10.0%

Behavioral Issues

9.9%

Mathematics

7.4%

General Education Curriculum

6.9%

Student Learning

6.4%

Small Groups

4.1%

Language Arts

4.1%

IEP

2.6%

Class Activities

1.9%

Instructional Materials

1.6%

Social Studies

1.5%

Para

1.2%

ABA

1.1%

Classroom Setting

1.1%

Curriculum Development

1.0%

Co-Taught

1.0%

Kindergarten

0.9%

Developmental Disabilities

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Special Educator

Rank Skill
1 Special Needs 19.7%
2 Classroom Management 13.0%
3 Lesson Plans 8.9%
4 Behavioral Issues 8.9%
5 Mathematics 6.6%
6 General Education Curriculum 6.2%
7 Student Learning 5.7%
8 Small Groups 3.7%
9 Language Arts 3.6%
10 IEP 2.4%
11 Class Activities 1.7%
12 Instructional Materials 1.4%
13 Social Studies 1.3%
14 Para 1.1%
15 ABA 1.0%
16 Classroom Setting 1.0%
17 Curriculum Development 0.9%
18 Co-Taught 0.9%
19 Kindergarten 0.8%
20 Developmental Disabilities 0.7%
21 Subject Areas 0.7%
22 Academic Performance 0.7%
23 Grade Level 0.7%
24 Individual Classroom Activities 0.6%
25 Public Schools 0.6%
26 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.5%
27 Occupational Therapy Services 0.5%
28 Social Development 0.5%
29 Ifsp 0.4%
30 Direct Instruction 0.4%
31 Behavior Analysis 0.4%
32 Educational Programs 0.4%
33 Data Collection 0.4%
34 Social Workers 0.4%
35 K-5 0.4%
36 Adhd 0.4%
37 Cerebral Palsy 0.3%
38 Academic Subjects 0.3%
39 K-12 0.3%
40 Staff Members 0.3%
41 RTI 0.3%
42 Informal Assessments 0.3%
43 Individual Instruction 0.3%
44 Educational Goals 0.3%
45 Emotional Disturbance 0.3%
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