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Top 46 Substitute Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Substitute Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Substitute Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 31.6% of Substitute Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Substitute Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Substitute Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained classroom rules and implemented clear expectations of student behavior for effective classroom management.
  • Promoted student learning and classroom participation using a positive approach to classroom management.
  • Use classroom management and behavioral management skills to run an effective learning environment.
  • Establish and maintain efficient classroom management procedures and standards of pupil behavior.
  • Implemented effective classroom management to keep students focused on proper subject matter.
  • Received child development, classroom management and cultural sensitivity training.
  • Reinforce clear expectations of student behavior for effective classroom management.
  • Carried out relevant classroom management strategies according to situation.
  • Monitor students and maintain classroom management.
  • Maintained effective classroom management strategies.
  • Assisted with classroom management plan in selected schools when served as a substitute teacher in various elementary middle and high schools.
  • Utilized positive classroom management techniques to create an environment that produced and enhanced growth, self-esteem, and interactive learning.
  • Practiced classroom management skills in multiple academic classrooms - Worked with students to complete daily responsibilities and stay on task
  • Ensured effective classroom management through consistency in discipline and strict adherence with school and classroom rules.
  • Employed a proactive approach to classroom management; curb negative behavior before it begins.
  • Implement lesson plans and use classroom management to achieve completion of plans
  • Applied classroom management skills and curriculum knowledge.
  • Provided instruction and classroom management in the absence of the teacher Answered automated calls and accepted jobs as they came in
  • Worked with teachers and administration for grades K-12 Cedar Hill, TX Assisted teachers and administration with classroom management
  • Explored teaching techniques for a variety of age groups Utilized positive classroom management skills Adapted with short notice and provided successful instructions

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2. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Create lesson plans using the creative curriculum as a guide line and make adaptations in lessons for students' individual needs.
  • Implement lesson plans in a manner that ensures the integrity of academic time and motivates students to learn and engage.
  • Implemented lesson plans, lead instruction, maintained classroom order, and worked in conjunction with grade- and subject-level teams.
  • Understand and plan lessons leading to subject area objectives and assume the responsibility for written lesson plans for substitutes.
  • Obtained lesson plans for academic situations when teachers are not present; followed discipline procedure for schools
  • Follow teacher lesson plans, manage classroom activities; administer tests, teach academic subjects.
  • Followed and taught lesson plans assigned by permanent teacher for students in kindergarten-12th grade.
  • Assured the development of all HS/EHS lesson plans that reflect the Creative Curriculum.
  • Followed daily procedures including attendance, disciplinary problems, and lesson plans.
  • Follow lesson plans for various student grades in a variety of subjects
  • Required to carry out lesson plans and manage a classroom.
  • Implemented lesson plans, nutritional programs and parent relations.
  • Received and created lesson plans.
  • Organized structured lesson plans Coordinated preschooler's growth and development.
  • Created energetic activities and engaging lesson plans for students Adhered to a flexible schedule in order to fill in for last-minute situations
  • provided childcare, ensured safety of students, maintained positive classroom environment, lesson plans as requested by agency
  • Check to ensure that there are sufficient supplies in the classroom to carry out lesson plans.
  • provide children with daily lesson plans according to the required curriculum
  • Use lesson plans to teach students Control classrooms using the teacher's instructions Follow safety procedures in school during drills
  • Follow lesson plans left by teacher Answer questions, when possible, in regards to classwork

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3. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Developed individual and group lesson plans for teaching mathematics and facilitated instruction.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in one or more subjects such as English, science, or mathematics.
  • Worked as a substitute teacher for SJCC teaching adult students with subjects such as Science, Mathematics, & Computer Science.
  • Educated students from kindergarten through twelfth grade in English, Mathematics, Social Services, Art, Music and Geography.
  • Substituted for teachers working with special needs students in addition to other subject areas like Arts, Mathematics and Science.
  • Completed two long-term substitute assignments in a 6th grade Special Day class and a 6th grade Science and Mathematics class.
  • Experience teaching 2nd-6th grade: Basic mathematics, music, reading, social sciences, and writing.
  • Covered various subject areas like Language Arts, Music, Arts, Science, Mathematics & ESL
  • Oversee students and all class functions in subjects ranging from Mathematics, Science and Physical Education.
  • Created unconventional methods and resources to educate students in grammar, history, and mathematics.
  • Prepared and evaluated units on science, reading, social studies, and mathematics.
  • Positioned as Mathematics instructor as needed; 'MathCounts' competition coach.
  • Instructed high school mathematics, chemistry, and biology classes.
  • Instructed students during Literacy and Mathematics blocks in learning centers.
  • Lead lessons in mathematics and English language arts.
  • Implement multiple curricula including mathematics, science and literacy, incorporating Common Core and state standards into lesson.
  • Implemented the primary teacher's lesson plans Long-term substitute in Middle School Language Arts and Mathematics
  • Rehired 2009 Follow teachers' lesson plans; teach mathematics, reading and writing.
  • Tutored High School Courses ( Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics) Assisted students with course work and assignments.
  • Teach various high school and middle school classes Specialize in secondary mathematics Implement a variety of lesson plans

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4. Absent Teacher
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Here's how Absent Teacher is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain standards of the classroom as dictated by the absent teacher and building professionals.
  • Maintain established routines and procedures of the school and absent teacher.
  • Make the absent teacher aware of special situations or problems encountered.
  • Covered for absent teachers on a daily and/or long term basis.
  • Fill in for absent teachers, overseeing students in grades K-12
  • Managed classes and executed lesson plans for absent teachers.
  • Assisted different Orange County Schools in replacing absent teachers.
  • Follow the lesson plans provided by the absent teacher.
  • Implement the absent teacher lesson plans to students.
  • Covered classes for absent teachers and classified employees.
  • Assigned work as directed by absent teacher.
  • Implemented lesson plans left by absent teacher.
  • Administer Lesson Plans for absent teachers.
  • Filled in for absent teacher.
  • Covered classes for absent teachers.
  • Implemented absent teacher's curriculum and Instructions' Maintained positive communication among staff & admin
  • Adhere to all procedures and regulations Carry out lesson plans left by absent teacher Assist all Administrators with other duties
  • Substitute for absent teachers as needed Ages 2-6 years old including kindergarten Recognized for dependability and job well done
  • Filled in for absent teachers in Ingham County districts-Okemos, East Lansing, Holt.
  • Aided absent teachers from grades K - 12 Implemented lesson plans Ensured progression of class

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5. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Performed routine class activities and classroom management as assigned.
  • Supervised and coordinated class activities.
  • Prepare class activities, assignments, quizzes, lectures, and tests; teach history and science, etc.
  • Instructed high school students using a variety of methods; prepared materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Helped teachers with the class activities, setting up lunch, nap time and outside play.
  • Aided Cooperating Teacher in daily class activities and took on full classroom duties and responsibilities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities, assign, and grade class work.
  • Provided feedback to students to encourage classroom debate and enhance class activities.
  • Implemented curriculum and led class activities, in short and long-term substitute capacity
  • Organize class activities; assist in helping student's complete classwork.
  • Assist student with daily class activities when the teacher is absent
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Supervised the students in their class activities.
  • Collaborated with teachers on daily class activities.
  • Helped provide an environment that nurtured emotion, social and intellectual growth Assisted lead teacher in planning and administering class activities
  • Fill in for absent teachers, give students assigned work, monitor class activities, hall activities, and bus duty
  • Assigned homework, create class activities, grade assignments, test, etc.
  • Conferenced with parents presenting class activities and course plans to parents.
  • lunch, playground, etc, and conduct in-class activities.
  • Create just-in-case lesson plans - Be prepared with organized class activities - Adapting to new environments & treating students as individuals

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6. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Facilitate student learning activities that encourage collaboration and positive peer relationships.
  • Fostered a stimulating learning environment that promoted optimum student learning.
  • Provided instruction, operated equipment for classrooms and promoted student learning
  • Maintained necessary records to evaluate student learning.
  • Integrated technology into lesson to engage student learning with Smart Boards, Blogs and computers to improve students learning and achievements.
  • Provided instruction, managing the classroom environment, and promoting student learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
  • Established order, managed discipline and guided student learning while maintaining a non-discriminatory and fair climate in the class.
  • Substitute teacher for a middle school responsible for teaching, supporting student learning, and maintaining a productive classroom
  • Employed interesting and engaging techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Managed student learning in accordance with the goals of the school and the district.
  • Promoted student learning in the absence of teacher by maintaining classroom control and discipline.
  • Promote student learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
  • Present educational materials, while supporting various student learning styles.
  • Managed the classroom environment, and promoted student learning.
  • Share knowledge and resources that enhance student learning.
  • Maintained student learning plans in absence of primary teacher; delivered effective classroom presentations to promote acquisition of content and skills.
  • Developed a strong work relationship with staff, teachers, and students - Provided assistance in student learning and achievement.
  • Promoted student learning in the classroom environment Monitored the classroom setting in the absence of the teacher
  • Implement curriculum, supervise students, teach lesson from plans Promote student learning, Supervise students Teach Grades K-12th

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7. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Substitute teacher for elementary grade level.
  • Manage class, instruct students in various subjects and grade levels, drive to various schools to teach lessons
  • Serve grade levels K-12 at various Pike County Public Schools when called upon with short or no notice.
  • Adapt to and be effective in supervising any grade level and any subject matter on short notice.
  • Assist with the continuance of instruction for teachers of various grade levels while they are absent.
  • Instructed core subjects to all grade levels in various school located in Lake View Schools.
  • Substitute teacher in the Virginia Beach public school system in all grade levels K-12.
  • Substitute Teacher to children at any grade level within the Williamson County School System.
  • Conducted classroom instruction using teaching techniques appropriate to the subject matter and grade level.
  • Collaborated with new teacher of the same grade level to devise a lesson plan.
  • Followed teachers plan and/or created my own, according to grade level.
  • Substitute teacher for all grade levels including ESE and related arts.
  • Worked in different classroom settings and students of different grade levels.
  • Have taught at several grade levels from 2nd grade to 12th
  • Covered all subjects and grade levels.
  • Substituted at all grade levels.
  • United States Work with all grade levels to maintain teacher requirements in their absence.
  • Instruct core subjects for all grade levels in the Killeen Independent School District.
  • Substitute taught for a variety of grade levels and classes Insured safety of students Followed specific detailed lesson plans and duties
  • Execute lesson plans across every grade level * Use school resources and rules as tools for success * Provide dicipline when needed

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8. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Provide educational instruction for Kindergarten - 6th grade (Common Branches); New Rochelle Public Schools
  • Served as a substitute teacher in various schools within the Bay City Public Schools.
  • Work in eight different public schools including high school and conduct full-size classrooms.
  • Substitute teaching in grade-level charter and public schools within the San Jose area.
  • Service all Orange County Public Schools in the absence of qualified teachers.
  • Served as long-term substitute teacher for selected Prince Georges County Public Schools.
  • Job Duties: Substitute taught in eleven different public schools.
  • Certified for three years to teach in the public schools
  • Help and tutor children in after school care in public schools Assist and teacher children with special needs
  • Worked as a part-time substitute teacher at Gwinnett Public Schools with a variety of students
  • Certified to substitute teach in all grades in Kalamazoo and Portage Public Schools.
  • Provide support/stand-in for teachers at Malden Public Schools during their absence.
  • Served as a substitute teacher for Duval county public schools.
  • Reported to Cheryl Yarter North Adams Public Schools, J.S.
  • Substitute teacher for all Springdale Public Schools.
  • Bay City Public Schools, Bay City, MI Consistently practiced effective classroom management Facilitated established lesson plans and encouraged student participation
  • Assigned reasonable tasks and homework to students in accordance with Duval County Public Schools Addressed the various learning styles of students accordingly
  • School Year Shelby County Public Schools I would assume the role of the teacher when the full-time teacher was absent.
  • Extended Day Enrichment Instructor (2009) Barrington Public Schools, Barrington, RI You're the Marine Biologist!
  • Substitute teacher for Orange County Public Schools Follow lesson plans Engage students in learning opportunities Front Desk Assistant

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9. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Administered a creative curriculum for four year old children and maintained personal observation, assessment and anecdotal records.
  • Substitute preschool teacher for 2, 3, and 4 year old children when teacher was not present.
  • Assisted in the education of 3 and 4 year old children during the absence of regular teacher.
  • Provided care and instruction for 3-9 year old children enrolled in the Child Development Services preschool program.
  • Assisted head teacher in conducting daily lesson plans for a classroom of 25, 4-year-old children.
  • Teach a daily lesson plan to sixteen three, four and five year old children.
  • Assist with managing a classroom that consists of twenty-one 3 to 5 year old children.
  • Assist with managing classroom that consists of 6:1:2 from 2 to 5 year-old children.
  • Substitute teacher with a classroom that consists of 10 2 to 5 year-old children.
  • Assist several teachers educating and caring for 4-5 year old children and infants.
  • Worked as floating substitute teacher for multiple classrooms (3-5 year old children)
  • Experienced also in leading class of 2 and 3 year old children.
  • Assisted head teacher in managing a classroom of 4 year old children.
  • Assist with managing classroom that consists of 20 5 year-old children.
  • Designed art curriculum for 7-10 years old children.
  • Help mold children into a model citizen.
  • Worked with 3-5 year old children.
  • Worked with 3 - 5 year old children.
  • Key Results: Assisted with managing classroom of eight 2 to 5 year old children with and without special needs.
  • Helped assist and take care of 2 year old children Interacted with the children and tended to their care

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10. Substitute Teaching
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Here's how Substitute Teaching is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Obtained Emergency Substitute Teaching Certificate for elementary education, math, science and special education.
  • Create substitute teaching / instruction report at the end of each day and hand it to the principal.
  • Covered all aspects of substitute teaching - academics, discipline, creativity and communication for grades K-12.
  • Provided Substitute Teaching in Elementary Middle and High Schools for Board of St. Louis Public Schools.
  • Performed 297 days of substitute teaching service, across all grades and subjects.
  • Substitute teaching in the Construction and Design program at Union High School.
  • Job ended because another company began doing the substitute teaching contracts.
  • Substitute teaching of Elementary students in Grades Kindergarten to Fifth.
  • Substitute teaching position in grades kindergarten through fifth grade.
  • Substitute teaching while working on my teaching certifications.
  • Substitute Teaching Spanish and French Grammar /Culture
  • Substitute teaching for multiple school districts.
  • Substitute teaching K-12 for all subjects
  • Substitute teaching for grades K-12.
  • Prepared class materials and managed classroom activities Provided substitute teaching services and ensured adherence to planned daily curriculum
  • Provide substitute teaching in various elementary, middle and high school's in the Guilford County School district.
  • Substitute teacher with an emergency 30 substitute teaching permit.
  • Substitute teaching children from Kindergarten through 8 th grade.
  • Substitute teaching for the Gwinnett Country Public Schools
  • Substitute teaching in districts throughout Poughkeepsie, LaGrange, and Wappingers

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11. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized experience in guided reading, whole language and differentiated instruction to effectively deliver educational program.
  • Showed resourcefulness and teaching effectiveness in meeting the needs of students with limited English language proficiency as well as learning disabilities.
  • Develop English proficiency to English Language Learners students (grades 1-4) through small group instruction during long-term substitute assignment.
  • Tutored after school courses for students in grades 9-12 including ESL (English as a Second Language) students.
  • Licensed in the states of New York and Connecticut to teach junior high and high school English Language Arts.
  • Summer school teacher assistant in 2009 for the English as Second language program for first and second graders.
  • Instruct in both English and Spanish to students in transitional, bi-lingual, and dual language programs.
  • Lead discussions in elementary math, language arts, reading, social studies, and science.
  • Delivered instruction for grades Pre-K to 12 in English Language Arts and Elementary General Subjects.
  • Worked with children to foster their social and language skills on a 1:1 basis.
  • Assisted the learning of 5th and 6th graders in Spanish Language at HAAS
  • Instruct students in both English and dual language classrooms emphasizing Spanish.
  • Provide language interpretation services for students, teachers and others.
  • Teach math and language arts to primary students with disabilities.
  • Model correct use of spoken and written English language.
  • Helped Spanish speaking children develop English as a second language
  • Substituted for English as a Second Language teachers.
  • Gained more experience teaching secondary English/Language Arts.
  • Instructed K-12 classes on all subjects with the exception of physics, chemistry and foreign language.
  • Use of EnVision math curriculum, and California Treasures and Houghton Mifflin language arts curriculum.

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12. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Substitute for regular teachers on daily or extended basis; primarily English, Social Studies and Music, Grades 6-12.
  • Delivered instruction for twenty-five kindergartners using Open Court, Saxon, and McGraw Hill science and social studies programs.
  • Developed highly effective cognitive teaching methodologies to teach 8th grade, 10th grade, and 11th grade Social Studies.
  • Provide assistance to students in subject areas such as math, reading, science, and social studies.
  • Implemented appropriate lesson plans & activities in Math, Science, Reading, Social Studies & Writing.
  • Instructed reading in Low-and Hi level groups, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Technology.
  • Managed and taught classrooms K-12 in math, reading, English, social studies, special education
  • Instructed student body ranging from grades 4-8 in English, Social Studies, and Math.
  • Instructed high school students in Social Studies, English, and Special Education.
  • Filled a 5th/6th Reading/LA/Social Studies maternity leave position at Beers Street School.
  • Support includes teaching math, reading, writing, social studies and science
  • Created an enrichment course in social studies and history.
  • Substitute teaching: 3rd-12th grades, English, Social Studies, Math, Science, STEM, GED.
  • Have tutored and taught students in Math, Science, English, Social Studies and have also have worked w/ ELL students
  • Worked with a fellow methods student and learned collaborative skills as we prepared a social studies unit about the US Constitution.
  • Applied instructional and classroom management skills in many settings including Advanced Placement, special education, and other social studies classrooms
  • Teach Autistic/ Special Needs Assist on field trips, Taught math, reading, and social studies.
  • Used the A Beka curriculum to teach Math, Social Studies, Reading Comprehension, and English to middle school students.
  • filled in for full-time teachers, had long term position in social studies and psychology class spring of 2004
  • facilitate activities in art, reading, math, science, and social studies.

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13. Subject Areas
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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Fulfilled both short- and long-term substitute assignments across all subject areas, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels
  • Maintained effective classroom management strategies and applied advanced teaching capabilities in all subject areas.
  • Provided daily instruction to students in authorized and assigned subject areas.
  • Worked in classrooms that ranged from K - 12 in a variety of subject areas as a replacement for full-time teachers.
  • Teach lesson plans and instruct in all major subject areas including Reading, English, Science and Social Studies.
  • Substitute Teacher Provide educational instruction to middle and high school students across all core subject areas.
  • Filled in for teachers in their absence at various schools in various subject areas
  • Hired as a substitute teacher instructing all academic subject areas to classrooms.
  • Fulfilled both short- and long-term substitute assignments across all subject areas.
  • Instructed students in grades Kindergarten through eight in all subject areas.
  • Substituted at all levels, K-12, all subject areas.
  • Subject areas ranged from Chemistry to Physical Education.
  • Applied advanced teaching capabilities in all subject areas.
  • Experience teaching a wide-variety of subject areas.
  • Managed K-12 classrooms in all subject areas.
  • Instruct students in all subject areas in grades 1-8 on interim basis while permanent teacher is out.
  • Substitute teacher for pre-school through high school students and instructed students in all subject areas.
  • Provide classroom instruction for Pre-k through 12 in multiple subject areas including Special Education.
  • Teach students from kindergarten through twelth grade in all subject areas.
  • Teach various grades and subject areas as a districtwide Substitute.

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14. Pre-K
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Here's how Pre-K is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Interact with students of all ages from Pre-K to 12th grade in a primarily low-income and diverse school district.
  • Participated in the Pre-K 4 Screening for the students applying to be part of the 2014-2015 Pre-K program.
  • Teach a variety of subject and grades at a variety of schools from Pre-K through High School.
  • Teach Pre-K to 12th grade students all subjects matters; maintain the highest level of education.
  • Teach in classrooms ranging from the Pre-K level to 8th Grade, including special needs classes
  • Applied effective classroom management techniques and motivated students from Pre-K to 8th grades.
  • Work as substitute for teachers in all grades (Pre-K to 12th grade)
  • Constructed lesson plans and daily assignments for students Pre-K - high school.
  • Performed substitute teacher duties for Pre-K up to High School
  • Worked in primarily Special Education and Pre-K classrooms.
  • Prepared students for their Pre-K Graduation Performance.
  • Substitute teach grade Pre-K through 6th.
  • Instructed classes following the curriculum with an emphasis on mathematics Supervised and guided students with special needs in grades Pre-K through twelve
  • Presented lesson plans in Pre-K to grade 8 Taught in general education, Co-teaching, and self-contained classrooms
  • Provided substitute services for special education classes and disabled students from pre-K through high school.
  • Focused on the needs of the student's and their parents Taught Children Pre-K
  • Substitute teacher for Kirtland School District for Pre-K to 12th grade.
  • Substitute teacher for grades ranging from pre-kindergarten through high school.
  • Substitute teacher for grades Pre-k through 12.
  • Teach students from pre-k through 5th grade.

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Here's how Physical Education is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Worked cooperatively with students to plan a balanced physical education program.
  • Have substitute taught in physical education
  • Worked as a sub in Spanish-English bilingual classes as well as in K-12 social science, physical education, and English.
  • Implemented lesson plan for children with and without disabilities Taught grade three through five as well as Physical Education and Art
  • Teach K-12 grade: English, Math, Social Sciences, Citizenship, Art, Music, Physical Education
  • Followed, assisted and led lesson plans in all subject areas, primarily in the physical education setting.
  • Supervised and taught students K-12, History, Math, English, Science, and Physical Education.
  • Substitute teaching at grade levels K-12, including physical education, math, art, and sciences.
  • Provide students positive feedback to encourage them and help them develop an appreciation for physical education.
  • Fill in for physical education teachers' grades (k-12) various coaching positions.
  • Substitute in Grades 1 through 8; Physical Education, Art and Music classes.
  • Covered Grades 1-5 as well as Specials (Physical Education and Art.)
  • Course instruction covered English, Mathematics, Science, and Physical Education.
  • Provided coverage for a wide range of humanities courses and physical education.
  • Developed exercise lesson plans for upper class girls in Physical Education.
  • Disseminated the knowledge and skills of Physical Education and Fitness.
  • Instructed and tested student body on aspects of Physical Education.
  • Delivered lessons and facilitated in-class work for K-12 in science, english, math, history, and physical education
  • Assisted and lead in special education and physical education programs.
  • Experienced with grades K-7, in various subjects (Art, Physical education, Computer Skills and Basic Math.

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  • Collaborated with external subject-matter experts as needed for training.
  • Appointed Subject Matter Expert for off- shoring initiative with Fortune 500 company.
  • Arranged for lectures by subject matter experts in designated fields.
  • Served as a subject-matter expert of the SunTrust-at-Work program.
  • Serve as subject matter expert and technical advisor to appropriate FMS program office regarding security matters at Financial Agent facilities.
  • Served as "Subject Matter Expert" on the department's systems and procedures.

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Here's how K-12 is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Worked with students and teachers of all grades, K-12, in Peach County School system.
  • Maintain a respectful classroom of students (K-12) and follow the day's lesson plan.
  • Maintained an exceptional learning environment and presented lessons to students grades K-12 in various schools.
  • Created and/or followed lesson plans in every grade (k-12) and multiple subjects.
  • Provide academic instructions in the fields of general studies for grades K-12.
  • Substitute teacher for K-12 public and tribal schools in northern Wisconsin
  • Present Substitute taught in grades K-12 including special education.
  • Covered classrooms of all content areas, grades K-12.
  • Substitute teach for grades k-12 all subjects as assigned.
  • Create and/or follow lesson plans for students ranging K-12.
  • Substitute teacher for grades K-12, all subjects
  • Teach Music classes to all student K-12.
  • Substitute teach K-12th grade classes.
  • Supervised students in grades K-12.
  • Administered lesson plans in various subjects for grades K-12 Houston, TX Worked collaboratively with teachers to meet the needs of students
  • Implement teacher's lessons and cultivate a proper learning environment Manage classrooms of students K-12 daily
  • Completed student teaching with a mentor in 2008 - Taught grades K-12 in all subjects.
  • Provide on call substitute services for grades K-12 Implement or create educational plan Assist students with understanding of learning concepts
  • Interact with principal and students regarding behavior issues Teach children K-12 general studies Reinforce lesson plans
  • Substitute teacher for all subjects in grades K-12 Read and execute lesson plans Organize classroom activities Develop lesson plans as needed

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Assembled curriculum and prepared the materials for daily activities, Monitored students with behavioral issues, Substitute teacher
  • Communicated with other teachers and administration regarding behavioral issues and subsequent disciplinary action.
  • Provide support for students expressing emotional and/or behavioral issues and refer to counselor.
  • Utilize effective classroom management skills to minimize behavioral issues and increase class productivity.
  • Recognized and addressed behavioral issues with students and administration.
  • Assist students with behavioral issues/autism academically and personally.
  • Have the ability to manage a classroom including assisting students with educational issues, behavioral issues, and social interaction.
  • Provide accurate documentation of all activities performed with students including lessons taught, papers graded, and behavioral issues.
  • Write end of day reports for absent teacher outlining progress of classes and any behavioral issues that arise.
  • Enforced school district rules of conduct and capably handled any behavioral issues that arose in the classroom.
  • Discussed student's academic, as well as behavioral issues and achievements with parents/guardian.
  • Assessed lesson comprehension, provided students with feedback, and handled behavioral issues.
  • Maintain detailed records of attendance, student progress, and any behavioral issues
  • Maintained daily schedule while problem solving various learning and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted students with behavioral issues- retained and peeked their interests.
  • Develop new strategies for control of behavioral issues.
  • Consult with Parents if any behavioral issues arise.
  • Reduced behavioral issues within the classroom.
  • Worked primarily in resource room with elementary school children with behavioral issues and intellectual disabilities Substituted for classrooms in grades K-12 Leadership
  • Key Accomplishments: * Implemented lesson plans in absence of classroom teacher and effectively addressed all academic and behavioral issues.

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19. K-8
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Here's how K-8 is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Work as a substitute teacher for all K-8 classrooms Work as a substitute teacher in the after school program
  • Deliver content lesson plans within the Massachusetts State Frameworks and Common Core to students in grades PreK-8.
  • Supervised school-aged students grades K-8 during lunch and recess to monitor behavior and safety.
  • Fulfilled various teaching assignments for grades K-8 and promote classroom environments conducive to learning.
  • Substitute Teacher facilitating lessons and managing classroom of students for grades K-8.
  • Teach classes as needed for grades K-8 at public and private schools
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans for various subjects, K-8.
  • Perform daily responsibilities of the classroom teacher for K-8 classrooms
  • Teach grades K-8, including special education students
  • Substitute all classes and grades K-8
  • Provided teacher coverage for grades k-8 Additional coverage for specials, such as Music, Band, Health, and Physical Education
  • Substitute teacher, grades K-8 Worked closely with several special education students in all subjects, offering extra tutoring.
  • Provide classroom instruction in grades K-8 Coordinate with teaching and administrative staff regarding student behavior, progress and abilities
  • Substitute Teacher and did required class work and lessons with students grades K-8.
  • Worked primarily for teachers at Linscott Charter School grades K-8.
  • Full time building substitute and after-school tutor for grades K-8
  • Substitute taught grades k-8 Substituted for paraprofessionals in grades k-12
  • Follow teachers lessons plans fro grades k-8.
  • Substitute teacher for G rades K-8.
  • Substitute Teacher for all grades K-8 Collaborated with teachers and parents for school events and fundraising

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20. Small Groups
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  • Work with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of material or skills initially introduced by the teacher.
  • Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups to help master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Provide individual or small groups of students with adaptive physical education instruction that meets desired physical needs or goals.
  • Assist teacher(s) to reinforce learning concepts presented through lesson plans - individually and in small groups.
  • Worked with individual students or small groups to develop motor skills and conduct instructional exercises assigned by teacher.
  • Provide individual or small groups of students with special instruction to meet the goals of their IEP's.
  • Teach whole groups or small groups the lessons that have been prepared by primary teacher.
  • Worked with small groups of 6-8 students in reading and math with special needs.
  • Organize small groups of individualized classroom activities based on teacher's lesson plans.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Engaged students through activities designed for maximum interaction in whole and small groups.
  • Provided direct instructions to small groups pf students at the strategic level.
  • Guided small groups of children in a Special Education setting.
  • Read books to entire classes and small groups.
  • Tutor, lead small groups in activities.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups.
  • Read books to the entire classes or to small groups.
  • Followed lesson plans left by teachers Worked with small groups and individuals to help them work on skills where they were weak
  • Read books to entire classes or small groups, prepare and administer assignments for ELA.
  • Work one-on-one or in small groups with students that require Writing and Editing accommodations.

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21. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Exercised excellent communication skills by collaborating with administrative personnel ensuring the delivery and collection of accurate materials and class schedules.
  • Maintained classroom management and oral/written communication between teachers, administration and parents.
  • Demonstrated attentiveness and excellent communication while supervising learning and developmental activities.
  • Integrated technology across curriculum; maintained records and regular communication with parents
  • Demonstrated versatility, excellent communication skills, and competence.
  • Enhanced communication skills, as well as independent accountability.
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Maintained open lines of communication with parents/guardians.
  • Tailored communication and level of expectations to ability level of each student varying in age and cognitive level.
  • Keep up with all parent communication, such as newsletters, and all required paperwork.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service and communication skills, verbal and written.
  • Establish and maintain open lines of communication with students.
  • Encourage parent and student communication throughout the years.
  • Provide open communication with the classroom teachers.
  • Executed complete lesson plans Established effective communication practices with parents, student, staff and other community members
  • Initiated strong working relationships with fellow colleagues and parents through solid communication and exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • Follow lesson plans made by regular Instructor Motivate students through effective communication and evaluative feedback.
  • Demonstrated strong communicational and leadership skills between fellow faculty, staff, and students.
  • Substitute for Communication Arts and Music for grades 6-12 Carried out teacher's preplanned lessons and music rehearsals
  • Use technology, communication devices, software programs for instruction and recordkeeping.

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22. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Performed daily activities using specific materials/methods and/or material modifications designed by the special education teacher.
  • Assisted students with assignments and supervised daily activities when required.
  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Delivered daily reports to administrators regarding daily activities.
  • Assist primary teacher with the coordination of daily activities and execute lesson plans using appropriate core curriculum content standards.
  • Compiled comprehensive reports of daily activities and any ideas that were added to the normal curricular procedures.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Lead students in daily activities, kept records and met the goals set by the school
  • Managed individual classrooms, implemented lesson plans, and handled daily activities of students.
  • Assisted the lead teacher with coordination of daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Help special needs students with daily activities and well as mobility skills.
  • Guide students through daily activities and explain questions on assigned material.
  • Assisted group teacher with planning and implementing daily activities.
  • Guided students in daily activities and lessons.
  • Assist teachers and associates with daily activities.
  • Assisted children with their daily activities.
  • Adhered to curriculum provided by primary instructor for K-12 students Managed daily activities to ensure learning goals are achieved
  • Fulfilled planned daily activities - Maintained classroom discipline
  • Helped with classroom management and daily activities such as lunchtime and small group activities.
  • Facilitated and organized classroom activities for absent teachers Assisted with after school activities Served as monitor during daily activities

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23. Curriculum Goals
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Here's how Curriculum Goals is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Guided classes toward the achievement of curriculum goals through established objectives and consistent student communication.
  • Collaborate on short-term and long-term curriculum goals and initiatives with district teachers and administrators.
  • Guided learning process towards curriculum goals and established & communicated daily objectives.
  • Deliver prepared lessons while maintaining core curriculum goals.
  • Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and objectives for lessons, units, or projects assigned.
  • Lead the learning process toward the achievement of established curriculum goals and objectives as outlined by the school district.
  • Facilitated students learning process to achieve curriculum goals and objectives as indicated in the course instructor's lesson plans.
  • Planned lessons to meet curriculum goals and objectives based on state standards to provide excellent opportunities to all students.
  • Lead the learning process towards the achievement of curriculum goals and objectives as indicated in the lesson plans.
  • Implemented curriculum goals and objectives derived from set lesson plans or units provided by the regular classroom teacher.
  • Guided the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and in harmony with the goals.
  • Achieve the curriculum goals that have been set forth by the absent educator's lesson plan.
  • Review and implement daily and long term curriculum goals and lessons in teacher's absence.
  • Guided the learning process towards the achievement of curriculum goals set for the day.
  • Designed instruction based upon subject matter knowledge, student needs, and curriculum goals.
  • Introduce units and projects to guide learning process to achieve curriculum goals and objectives.
  • Maintained instructions that are compatible with the school and system-wide curriculum goals.
  • Presented lessons with minimal disruption to daily schedule and curriculum goals.
  • Guide curriculum goals and objectives.
  • Managed student behavior and classroom order based on lesson plans Guided the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals

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24. General Education
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Here's how General Education is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students, based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Assumed full responsibility for general education classrooms continuity and enhancement of the learning process.
  • Communicate instruction to students in both general education and special education.
  • Shaped general education plans to promote student interaction and retention.
  • Substituted in General Education and Special Education classes.
  • General Education for Second Grade Students
  • Executed lesson plans across all disciplines for kindergarten-sixth grade classes ranging from general education, special education, and reading intervention.
  • Instruct students in a variety of K-12 educational settings (general education, resource, and self- contained classes.)
  • Teach general education students as well as individuals with learning challenges and special needs within a mainstreamed, inclusive classroom.
  • Substitute Teacher, Moreno Valley Unified School District Working as a Substitute teacher K-12 general education and special education/ESL.
  • Work with grades K-12 general education students and special needs students' academic studies, and their personal care.
  • Teach general education Pk-6 as well as students in an inclusion and Special Education settings, Pk-12 grades.
  • Provide large and small group instruction in all subject areas to students in general education settings
  • Substitute in special and general education classrooms for all grade levels and subject areas.
  • General education for students in elementary school through 12th grade.
  • Instructed 25 students in a general education kindergarten classroom.
  • General education instruction on a per needed basis.
  • Substitute Teacher at Stony Brook Elementary Experience in teaching Gym and General Education
  • Implemented lesson plans for all subject areas in the general education setting OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE
  • Substitute teacher for Conroe ISD: Art K-12, and general education K-12.

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25. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Created developmentally appropriate curriculum for K-5th grade students which yielded positive results.
  • Demonstrate lessons including Math, English and Science Engage Children in special Activities Assist in K-5 grades and Special Education Accomplishments
  • Have served as a permanent and long-term substitute and frequently requested to substitute for grades K-5 and 9-12.
  • Work on a needed basis for elementary grades, specifically K-5, teaching lessons and supervising classrooms.
  • Instruct core subjects to grades prek-5th in various schools located in East Baton Rouge Parish School District.
  • Managed classrooms of 14 to 24 students during the absence of assigned teachers between grades K-5.
  • Substitute teaching in all subject areas; grades K-5, Middle School and High School.
  • Instructed students in grades K-5 according to lesson plans that were self-developed or teacher provided.
  • Filled in for teachers from grades K-5 and special education as needed.
  • Worked as assistant teacher and took classes for K-5 grade students.
  • Followed and prepared lessons during teacher's absence for grades K-5th.
  • Substitute teacher in Roanoke City elementary schools (grades K-5)
  • Instructed students in grades K-5 according to teacher lesson plans.
  • Created and taught creative art lesson plans for K-5 students.
  • Work in classrooms K-5 when teacher is absent.
  • Instructed various classes of 25-30 students in grades K-5
  • Worked with autistic students, grades K-5
  • Substitute K-5th Grade, (October 20 I 1 - October 20 I 2)
  • Assisted special needs students Prek-5th Implemented lessons and managed general education classroom K-5
  • Administer reading assessments for second grade students Teach students grades K-5

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26. Attendance Records
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Here's how Attendance Records is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised and maintained attendance records including the evaluation of children's educational progress.
  • Maintained accurate attendance records and grade assignments.
  • Maintained attendance records and tutored individual students.
  • Maintained daily student attendance records.
  • Maintained medical and attendance records.
  • Followed policies and regulations in keeping attendance records, and student records, and in making the necessary reports when needed.
  • Recorded student progress, such as grades and attendance records, and filed student portfolios following established procedures.
  • Monitor students, give out assignments, correct student work, update attendance records and answer questions.
  • Complete lesson plans as provided by absentee teacher maintaining classroom safety and attendance records.
  • Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
  • Operate copy machines; maintain classroom records; maintain attendance records.
  • Maintained attendance records, daily notes, and student behavior summaries.
  • Stored attendance records on computer and in the attendance book.
  • Demonstrated the ability to keep student attendance records.
  • Take class attendance and maintain attendance records.
  • Maintained classroom order and attendance records.
  • Keep attendance records of students.
  • Completed lessons plans according to teacher specifications Maintained accurate attendance records
  • Executed daily lesson plans for Senior High School students Maintained daily attendance records Delegated classroom and homework assignments
  • Instructed students using teachers lesson plans Assigned lessons and corrected homework Kept attendance records Maintained discipline at all times

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27. IEP
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  • Collaborated with AAL administrators and other departments in developing and implementing IEP annual goals and subsequent objectives.
  • Used software tools including: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, ENA mail, Pearson PowerSchool, IEP.
  • Designed lesson plans to help accommodate the needs of various academic levels of students and IEP students.
  • Participated in IEP and 504 Plan meetings to discuss goals for students.
  • Contributed in team meetings and parent conferences as well as IEP meetings.
  • Participated in IEP and weekly curriculum planning meetings.
  • Implemented accommodations aligning with student's IEP goals.
  • Created lessons and activities based upon IEP goals.
  • Worked on student IEP goals through instruction.
  • Provided students with extra academic support individually or in small groups; provided support to students who were on IEP's.
  • Prepare lesson plans in accordance with individualized education plans (IEPs) and the functional abilities or needs of students.
  • Worked with special education teachers to modify curriculum for special education students according to Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Worked for the summer as the Special Ed Records keeper and updated IEPs for the upcoming year.
  • Write or modify individualized education plans (IEPs) for students with intellectual or physical disabilities.
  • Instruct students in preschool and school age settings Integrate individual student's IEP goals within daily activities
  • Participated in establishing IEPs and taught students in grades 7, 8 and 9 grades
  • Assisted in implementing IEPs and behavior modification plans for children with Special Needs.
  • Modify and adjust lessons according to IEPs, and tutoring schedules.
  • Administered state tests to students with IEPs.
  • Assisted to ensure IEPs were met.

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28. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Execute instructional duties - Duplication of instructional materials and preparation of daily work assignments.
  • Coordinate and design educational/academic lesson plans and instructional materials in teacher's absence 3.
  • Typed material and operated duplicating equipment to reproduce instructional materials.
  • Prepare and distribute instructional materials as assigned by teacher.
  • Prepared instructional materials related to class lessons.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Consulted with team teachers on accommodations, modifications and instructional materials ensuring that each child's educational needs were being met.
  • Prepare and compile instructional materials and provide instruction to individual or small groups of students on targeted skills.
  • Developed detailed lesson plans and instructional materials that served to maximize the learning potential of students.
  • Hand out instructional materials to students and make sure that they are handled with care.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Return books, instructional materials, equipment, and keys to their rightful place.
  • Follow the lesson plans and use the instructional materials left by the permanent teacher.
  • Prepare instructional materials and maintain order and cleanliness in the learning environment.
  • Return all instructional materials, equipment, and keys to appropriate locations.
  • Return books, instructional materials, equipment to their proper place.
  • Return instructional materials and equipment to proper place.
  • Follow the lesson plans and instructional materials Help translate lesson plans into developmentally appropriate learning experiences.
  • Hand out instructional materials to students and ensure that they are handled with care Establish and maintain classroom behavior and order.
  • Take over for teachers absent from classroom Lecture and/or present instructional materials as per instructions of absent teacher.

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29. Discipline Procedures
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Here's how Discipline Procedures is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain normal classroom procedures and discipline procedures as developed by the classroom teacher and administration.
  • Maintained normal classroom routines and discipline procedures and kept accurate attendance reports.
  • Maintained normal classroom routines and discipline procedures in accordance with school regulations.
  • Maintained normal classroom routines and discipline procedures.
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures in order to provide consistency for the students in the classroom.
  • Carried out the teachers' lesson plans and schedule -Reported consistently on short notice -Followed proper discipline procedures
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures and maintain a positive learning atmosphere in the classroom.
  • Uphold positive learning atmosphere, carry out teacher instruction, maintain classroom routine and discipline procedures.
  • Maintained normal classroom routines and discipline procedures, as well as recorded summaries of activities.
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures in the absence of the normal instructor.
  • Earned student trust and respect by maintaining normal classroom routine and discipline procedures.
  • Check for sufficient supplies in the classroom/ maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures
  • Adhered to lesson plans and maintained classroom routines and discipline procedures.
  • Followed rules for that particular school in reference to discipline procedures.
  • Maintain a positive learning environment Maintain classroom and discipline procedures
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures * Supervises students in classrooms, school buildings, and social-curricular activities.
  • Strived to maintain the normal classroom procedure and discipline procedures in the absence of the regular teacher.
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures Spend the entire assignment working with and for the students.
  • Adhere to the lesson plan written by teacher Teaching and assisting students with class work Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures
  • Maintain normal classroom routines and discipline procedures Joseph Battin School #4 Elizabeth Pubic School

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30. Safe Environment
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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Provide positive activities to facilitate a safe environment for children.
  • Facilitated children to reach their optimal potential, in a comfortable and safe environment, respecting their individual developmental needs.
  • Created and maintained a safe environment for learners that allows opportunities for learning, exploration, and play.
  • Create a safe environment and follow teacher's directions to keep the class on track for learning.
  • Monitored the daily activities of infants and toddlers classrooms, ensuring a safe environment.
  • Maintained a constructive, effective, and safe environment for students to learn.
  • Maintain a controlled, and safe environment for students to work in.
  • Create and maintain a safe environment for students to learn and excel.
  • Provide a nurturing and safe environment to eat, play and learn.
  • Create proper classroom procedures to ensure safe environment for students.
  • Maintain a safe environment conducive to learning and inclusion.
  • Provided and maintained a safe environment for all children.
  • Ensured students did daily work in a safe environment.
  • Provided a safe environment for children to learn.
  • Supervised children to keep a safe environment.
  • Secure a safe environment for students.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintain an orderly and safe environment inside the classroom.Do the other required duties.
  • Insure proper educational environment in the absence of teacher Facilitate daily lessons Maintain a safe environment while keeping students focused on task
  • Encouraged team/students Collaborated with others Created a safe environment for student to learn

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31. Positive Rapport
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Here's how Positive Rapport is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Communicate with teachers and parents to build a positive rapport with students academically and behaviorally challenged.
  • Instruct classes of up to 30+ students; communicate with teachers and administrators; and build a positive rapport with students.
  • Instruct large groups; communicate with internal and external staff; and build a positive rapport with individuals at all levels.
  • Applied classroom management skills in order to build a positive rapport with students and foster a safe and supportive learning environment.
  • Required the ability to be very flexible and the ability to immediately establish clear expectations and a positive rapport with students.
  • Instructed as many as 25 students, communicated with teachers and administrators regularly, and received positive rapport with students.
  • Instructed as many as 24 students; communicated with teachers and administrators, and built a positive rapport with students.
  • Instruct classes; communicate with teachers and administrators; and build a positive rapport and learning environment with students.
  • Followed lesson plans, managed classroom behavior, developed positive rapport with students and staff.
  • Develop and maintain positive rapport with students, faculty and administration in the buildings.
  • Refer difficult issues to upper management while maintaining positive rapport with the customer.
  • Maintain a professional and positive rapport with parents, co-workers, and administration.
  • Develop positive rapport with all students based on mutual respect and trust.
  • Established positive rapport with all students, faculty and staff.
  • Develop a positive rapport with both students and peers.
  • Instructed classes and developed a positive rapport with students.
  • Build a positive rapport with students.
  • Established positive rapport with students.
  • Keep positive rapport with parents.
  • Communicate with teachers, administrators/ parents and build a positive rapport with students.

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32. K-6
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Here's how K-6 is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised on average 28 students in grades K-6, monitoring / adjusting educational strategies to age group.
  • Substitute teacher grades K-6 and Learning lab (reading and special needs) in 5 elementary schools.
  • Substitute teacher for grades K-6 in multiple subjects in both General and Special Education from 06/97 to 09/99
  • Substitute teacher for K-6 students, and Special Education Students, Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Severe.
  • Worked in both lead teacher and support staff roles primarily in K-6 and H.S.
  • Teach all grades from K-6, regular education and special education.
  • School System, primarily at the elementary level, grades K-6.
  • Substitute teaching, as needed, in various classrooms, K-6
  • Carry out regular teacher's duties in k-6 classrooms.
  • Assisted children, grades K-6, with homework.
  • Substitute teaching K-6 grade on a daily basis.
  • Managed and instructed classrooms in grades K-6.
  • Fill in for classroom teacher grades K-6
  • Teach Elementary K-6 and ESE K-12
  • Substitute teacher for grades K-6.
  • Substitute teaching K-6 primarily at Fairview Elementary School for all teachers
  • Grade K-6 ?Teach in various classroom settings
  • Implement pre-planned lessons for grades k-6
  • Substitute Teacher Following and instructing lesson plans Experience in working with grades K-6th
  • Substitute for Greencastle Antrim School District Long term substitute/Day-to-day sub for Waynesboro Area School District Grades K-6th

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Here's how Instructional Methods is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Utilize diverse instructional methods and resource materials to emphasize differentiated learning capabilities while incorporating technology.
  • Utilized innovative instructional methods as well as timely class discussions to improve student learning.
  • Implemented instructional methods and teaching techniques in order to accomplish lesson objectives.
  • Utilized motivating instructional methods, resources, and evaluation techniques.
  • Follow instructional methods of effective teaching provided by teacher.
  • Participated in instructional methods that stimulated educational progress.
  • Interpreted lesson plans and practiced instructional methods.
  • Planned, directed, and monitored instructional methods and content of educational, vocational, or student activity programs.
  • Utilized a variety of instructional methods for the changing needs of adolescent students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Employed instructional methods and materials that were most appropriate for meeting lesson objectives.
  • Used instructional methods and materials appropriate to the lesson and to the students.
  • Utilize instructional methods and materials that are appropriate for meeting the lesson objectives.
  • Applied uncommon strategies and instructional methods to meet lesson objectives.
  • Attend staff development and instructional methods for the classroom.
  • Employed instructional methods and materials for meeting lesson objectives.
  • Employed instructional methods and materials.
  • Selected and used training/instructional methods and procedures for strategizing essential learning skills.
  • Create and implement lessons and instructional methods for grades 6, 7 and 8 Theatre classes for a 4 month maternity leave
  • Employed instructional methods that were appropriate to meet lesson plan objectives.
  • Implement differentiated instructional methods and evidence-based best practices to maximize student comprehension

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34. ESL
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Here's how ESL is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Performed teaching duties in absence of regular teacher from elementary school to high school, including special education and ESL classrooms.
  • Worked with K-12 students, including students with disabilities and ESL, in a variety of schools and settings.
  • Provided TAKS tutoring for one-on-one, small groups, and ESL students who performed below minimum academic levels.
  • Experience working with students from elementary to high school, including At-Risk, ESL, and Special Education.
  • Have worked extensively with ESL students, students with disabilities and in urban environments in challenging settings.
  • Worked one and one with ESL students with reading comprehension and differentiation on test and workbooks.
  • Substitute taught for ESL, bilingual education, special education and mainstream classes.
  • Worked with ESL Students, Special Needs Students, and Students with Disabilities.
  • Provided push-in support in regular classroom as an ESL Substitute teacher.
  • Led guided reading with ESL students.
  • Have taught in Spanish and ESL classes.
  • Delegated assignments, Tutored Middle and High School ESL Students, and Aided in classroom of disciplinary offenders.
  • Implement lesson plans in an allocated timeslot in a manner which motivates students to learn and participate.
  • Substitute teacher for various level ESL classes Provide coverage for teachers on a daily basis as needed
  • Use teacher driven lesson plans and develop lesson plans to use for ESL classes.
  • Differentiated instruction for ESL students grades K-5 Guided Reading grades K-2
  • Administered the NYSESLAT to sixth and seventh grade ELLs.
  • Teach students from grades 1-12, including those in ESL and IEP classes.
  • Carried out teachers' lesson plans Provided long-term ESL substitution Created calm and stable environment in varied classroom settings
  • Instructed and managed K-12 classrooms Instructed adult education classes Instructed ESL classes

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35. Homework Assignments
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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented teacher-designed lesson plans, improvising when necessary to ensure students completed homework assignments and classroom activities as required.
  • Distributed and administered the applicable examinations and homework assignments and collected them upon completion.
  • Organized and labeled material and distributed tests and homework assignments.
  • Developed strategies to increase students' comprehension and speed by teaching proper study skills during class and for homework assignments.
  • Filed, graded, organized, and Distributed tests and homework assignments and collected them when completed.
  • Manage classroom assignments by providing tests and homework assignments to students in the absence of homeroom teacher.
  • Led classroom discussions and supervised students as they worked on lesson plans and homework assignments.
  • Distribute tests, classwork, and homework assignments and collect them when they are completed.
  • Developed lesson plans and homework assignments for Math, Science and English classes.
  • Distributed new tests and homework assignments and collected documents as they were completed.
  • Assist students with preparations for homework assignments, exams, etc.
  • Graded homework assignments, test, classroom work and projects.
  • Distributed tests and homework assignments and tests as needed.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments and collect when completed.
  • Provided assistance with classroom work and homework assignments.
  • Set and corrected homework assignments and projects.
  • Assigned student class and homework assignments.
  • Aided students with homework assignments.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

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36. Cultural Backgrounds
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Here's how Cultural Backgrounds is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Fulfilled both short/long-term substitute assignments across all subject areas, teaching students of varied academic/age levels and diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Instructed predominantly High School students with diverse cultural backgrounds and academic levels.
  • Interacted with students of varying learning abilities and different ages/cultural backgrounds.
  • Fulfilled substitute teaching assignments, effectively teaching students of varied academic/age levels (grades Pre-K -8th) and diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Provide a positive role model for students of various ages and diverse educational and cultural backgrounds.
  • Teach students of varied academic / age levels (grades K-4) and diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Encourage diversity by building successful rapport with all students of varied academic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Worked with children of diverse cultural backgrounds varied in ages from 3-5 years old.
  • Instructed students of varied academic/age levels (grades K-12) and diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Instructed classes of more than 25 students and from diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Experience with students ages 5-18 coming from diverse cultural backgrounds in classroom setting
  • Work with students of varied academic levels and diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Worked with children of various skill levels and cultural backgrounds.
  • Instructed students of diverse cultural backgrounds and academic levels.
  • Worked with diverse cultural backgrounds and learning levels.
  • Impart one-on-one instruction to individuals Effectively teaching students with special needs at various academic age levels with diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to pupils of various cultural backgrounds, which helped to instill a positive cohesive learning environment.
  • Teach students of diverse academic/age levels (grades K-12) and various cultural backgrounds Communicate effectively with teachers, administrators and parents
  • Assign and facilitate group work amongst students with different cultural backgrounds and learning abilities.
  • Worked with multiple learning styles and students from varied socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.

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37. Algebra
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Here's how Algebra is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Extended Substitute-Taylor Academy-Cleveland Heights-Math Teacher-Algebra I (Grades 10-11)
  • Selected to join the full-time teaching staff and lead classes in Algebra, Geometry, and Marine and Environmental Biology.
  • Manage all classroom activities in a variety of classes, including algebra, social studies, and language arts.
  • Planned and implemented differentiated lessons in Honors Algebra II, Honors Geometry, and College Preparation Calculus courses.
  • Teach English, Algebra, Chemistry, History, and Physical Education to High School students.
  • Instructed subjects in English, Business, Computers, Algebra, Geometry, French and Italian.
  • Substitute teacher -mostly science and math, general math, geometry, algebra 1 and 2
  • Guided instructions to students while understanding mathematics and algebra through E Ready program.
  • Assisted teachers with alternative methods of teaching Language Arts and Pre-Algebra.
  • Substitute various subjects from middle school through high school and long-term Algebra
  • Prepared Lesson Plans Tested students Taught Algebra, Trigonometry, and Calculus
  • Tutored middle school students in Pre-Algebra, Algebra and Geometry.
  • Administered SOL tests to algebra students.
  • Grade 8 Algebra I and Algebra IA
  • Instructed Math, Science, History and English for 3rd grade at Robert Mueller's Life School Taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra.
  • Substituted for mathematics/pre-algebra, /algebra and high school preparatory classes; 8thand 9th graders.
  • Helped children grades 7&8 to develop basic algebra and geometry skills.
  • Assume all responsibilities of the pre-algebra teacher.
  • Lectured students in Algebra I daily on important skills Followed weekly lesson plan guidelines Followed procedures for students with IEP's
  • Spring, 2010 Taught 7th grade Life Science and Algebra I Honors

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38. Clear Objectives
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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.
  • Established district curriculum goals, by communicating clear objectives to the students for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons units in order to assist in the reinforcement of student learning outcomes.
  • Organized, managed and coordinated Lesson plans which specify learner outcomes in clear objectives for the learner.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives to aide students in completing all lessons, units, and projects.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicated those objectives to students.
  • Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals while establishing clear objectives for the learner.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons and projects; assigned and graded class work and homework.
  • Prepare lesson plans in the event teachers do not leave clear objectives and assignments.
  • Established clear objectives and daily procedures for classroom, all lessons and units.
  • Maintained clear objectives, effective classroom management, and safe learning environment.
  • Create well-written and comprehension lesson plans and units with clear objectives.
  • Establish clear objectives and goals and monitored student academic progress.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, unit plan
  • Communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for learning.
  • Established clear objectives for all subject areas.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities Observe and evaluate each student's performance
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects .Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.

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39. Pertinent Information
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Here's how Pertinent Information is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Provided pertinent information for related electrical equipment used to conduct electrical energy form transmission lines and high-voltage distribution lines to customers.
  • Relayed all pertinent information concerning instructional material and student behavior to absent teacher through daily written summaries.
  • Complete daily reports/evaluations communicating pertinent information resulting from the day's events.
  • Provided customers with other pertinent information to reconcile utility bill issues.
  • Completed required daily report to classroom teacher communicating all pertinent information.
  • Completed daily reports or evaluations to communicate any pertinent information.
  • Prepare daily report to communicate pertinent information.
  • Complete daily reports to provide to the regular classroom teacher to communicate pertinent information resulting from the day's events.
  • Managed and maintained a process to reporting pertinent information to classroom teachers by the end of the school day.
  • Provide a written daily report to communicate any pertinent information resulting from the day's events to absent teacher.
  • Complete a daily report to communicate with teacher of any pertinent information resulting the day's event.
  • Completed a daily report or evaluation to communicate any pertinent information resulting from the day's events.
  • Complete daily feedback form to communicate any pertinent information resulting from the day's events.
  • Complete a daily report to communicate pertinent information from the day's occurrences.
  • Provide a daily report to communicate any pertinent information to the regular teacher.
  • Communicate daily reports, evaluations, and pertinent information to head teacher.
  • Completed daily reports regarding any pertinent information from the day.
  • Promoted student learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher Communicated any pertinent information to teachers during their absence
  • Created daily evaluation reports to communicate pertinent information regarding the day's events.
  • Complete daily evaluations to communicate pertinent information from activities and student behavior.

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40. Social Development
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Here's how Social Development is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Developed high-quality, age appropriate curriculum to successfully engage children and foster physical, emotional, cognitive and social development.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Contributed high demand educational and social development with students individually or one on one.
  • Fostered communication, social development and independent living skills.
  • Developed weekly academic and social development support sessions.
  • Promoted social development by implementing group projects activities.
  • Assisted children in expanding/acquiring their social development skills
  • Organized and led activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development such as games, arts and storytelling.
  • Assisted in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the facilitator and classroom teachers.
  • Conducted classroom activities in a daycare classroom setting that promoted the social development and educational growth of children social needs.
  • Arranged classrooms to provide a full range of age-appropriate activities to encourage children in advancing their social development.
  • Play an important role in fostering the intellectual and social development of children during their formative years.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Work with children aged K-12 in their studies as well as social development.
  • Organized and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Encouraged activities to promote students' physical, mental and social development.
  • Assisted students with class assignments and social development.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts. "

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41. Administration Policies
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Here's how Administration Policies is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing acceptable behavior, communication, and discipline.
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students using cognitive behavioral methodology.
  • Enforce all administration policies and rules governing students to assure learning objectives are met and completed in a safe environment.
  • Enforced administration policies and governed students while carrying out the daily routine in the absence of the teacher.
  • Enforced classroom and administration policies and rules at all times, and reported day's events.
  • Enforced both classroom, and administration policies, and rules at all times.
  • Supervised students in classrooms, halls, cafeteria and enforced administration policies.
  • Promote team environment; Enforce administration policies, ethics and school practices.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules for behavior in the classroom.
  • Enforced administration policies and Code of Conduct rules governing students.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules to the students.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Enforced school administration policies and rules.
  • Enforce and follow administration policies.
  • Implemented lesson plans to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers Enforced administration policies and rules governing students
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students Coordinate instructional curriculum with head classroom teachers
  • Implement appropriate curriculum Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Take class attendance and maintain attendance records Enforce administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Present subject matter to students Supervise students in classrooms, halls, cafeteria and schoolyard Enforce administration policies and rules governing students
  • Enforced both classroom and administration policies and rules at all times.Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.

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42. Academic Performance
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Here's how Academic Performance is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured balanced program of classroom instruction and activities; evaluated academic performance, social development and physical health of students.
  • Contributed to a student's academic performance, including individual characteristics and family and neighborhood experiences.
  • Conducted analysis to address disruptive behaviors in the classroom which led to improved academic performance.
  • Worked directly with students to create personalized action plans to improve academic performance and behavior.
  • Communicate and enforce high expectations and standards for behavior and academic performance.
  • Monitored players' academic performance and adherence to behavioral requirements.
  • Monitor academic performance and work actively with staff members.
  • Observed academic performance and provided corrective feedback to students.
  • Evaluated student's academic performance through assessments.
  • Evaluated learners on their academic performance.
  • Assisted with academic performance evaluations.
  • Tutored Spanish-speaking children to improve their English language skills, enhance academic performance, and help them assimilate into American culture.
  • Hold English and Math tutoring sessions in order to further improve overall academic performance of under-performing students.
  • Prepared reports of scholars' academic performance to aid classroom teachers' evaluations and lesson planning.
  • Created and executed state standards-based curriculum, lectures, tests and graded students on academic performance.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Observe and evaluate students' academic performance and behavioral, social and physical development.
  • Assist students develop study skills and organization techniques to help improve their academic performance.
  • Completed a class report of academic performance and behavior for the classroom teacher.
  • Worked cooperatively with the classroom aides in the fulfillment of all classroom responsibilities to promote the students best academic performance.

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43. AGE Groups
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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Performed teaching duties according to lesson plans left by the teacher for age groups ranging from fourth grade to high school seniors
  • Worked in various age groups and grades throughout the Warren County Public School system as a Substitute Teacher.
  • Provided hands-on experience with small and large classes within various age groups, educational and grade levels.
  • Requested to return to multiple classrooms across multiple schools, age groups, and subjects.
  • Enhanced student achievement by providing substitute instruction for a variety of subjects and age groups.
  • Worked with multiple age groups form six weeks old to 11 years old.
  • Work with kids in different age groups from Kindergarten to 5th grade.
  • Translated written plans into usable, learning tasks for all age groups.
  • Provided coverage for various classes and age groups, often with little notice
  • Communicate various school subjects with a variety of student age groups.
  • Worked with all age groups throughout the district as necessary.
  • Combined recreational activities with teaching methods geared to age groups.
  • Teach a variety of subjects to multiple age groups.
  • Supervised and instructed children from different age groups.
  • Substitute taught all age groups and class types
  • Helped facilitate mini lessons for all age groups
  • substitute teacher for a variety of subjects and age groups
  • Substitute Teacher (2013-2014) Taught many different age groups while teachers were absent.
  • Implement teacher's lesson plans Maintain ordinance in the classroom Worked with different age groups
  • age groups and subject areas - Assisted in schools, substituting in up to 3 different classrooms per assignment

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44. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with staff members in developing enrichment activities and programs.
  • Communicate important information to absent teacher and appropriate staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to create meaningful learning opportunities.
  • Scheduled appointments and provided appropriate education to staff members.
  • Worked collaboratively with other teachers and staff members.
  • Enforced School Policies and regulations to ensure the safety of all students and staff members, as well as guests.
  • Collaborate with other teachers and staff members to deliver the lesson plan prepared by the absent regular teacher.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan or schedule lessons promoting learning and following approved curricula.
  • Maintain high standards of ethics and values when dealing with students as well as staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Worked with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere.
  • Utilize positive, pro-active language when speaking to students and staff members.
  • Consulted with the principal or staff members to resolve questions or concerns.
  • Worked with other staff members to determine goals and objectives.
  • Established positive relationships with teachers and other staff members.
  • Coordinated with other staff members about daily activities.
  • Communicated with parents and other staff members.
  • Filled in for absent staff members.
  • Communicated with school teachers and staff members to assure best quality of my work.
  • Follow school wide expectations Follow lesson plans Report to administrative staff Collaborate with staff members

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45. Core Subjects
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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed students within the elementary campus in Physical Education and core subjects
  • Serve as a substitute teacher for core subjects as well as band, chorus, orchestra, art, P.E.
  • Instruct core subjects to all levels (K-5) to school standards and teacher's guidelines and expectation.
  • Work with student on all his core subjects as well as social and interpersonal skills.
  • Substitute taught throughout the school district, instructing K-12 students in all core subjects.
  • Instructed core subjects to all grade levels within the district adhering to school standards.
  • Instruct core subjects to all various schools located in the Clark County School District.
  • Teach all core subjects in Grades 1-6 at various elementary schools within the district
  • Instruct core subjects at the elementary grade level, primarily kindergarten through second.
  • Instruct core subjects to all grade levels in various schools within school district.
  • Instructed core subjects to all grade levels in Bay District.
  • Teach core subjects in grades K-12 including Special Education.
  • Instruct core subjects to grade levels K-8.
  • Instruct core subjects to grades Prek-8.
  • Teach core subjects at elementary schools.
  • Instructed students through their core subjects.
  • Instruct core subjects for K-12 students and implement lesson plans in accordance with school standards and teachers' guidelines and expectations.
  • Instruct core subjects to all grade levels in various schools located in the J.O Combs School District.
  • Instruct core subjects to all grade levels in various school located in great Northcentral Wisconsin area.
  • Substitute taught throughout the district, including all core subjects Implemented preplanned lessons

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46. Positive Interactions
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Here's how Positive Interactions is used in Substitute Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty and parents in order to maximize an environment conducive to learning.
  • Assisted with establishing a program environment that sustained participant interest and promoted positive interactions between children, youth and adults.
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators to ensure an environment conducive to learning.
  • Promoted positive interactions among students, enthusiasm for learning, encourage self-direction and self-motivation.
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators.
  • Develop and maintain positive interactions with school community.
  • Developed positive interactions between students and faculty.
  • Instructed classes of up to 25 students while developing and maintaining positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators.
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students and staff gaining rapport and respect to ensure an environment conducive to learning.
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students and staff to gain respect and to provide an environment that encouraged learning.
  • Developed and maintained positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators while gaining respect and trust.
  • Maintain positive interactions with students to build self esteem and reinforce academic and emotional progress and balance.
  • Substituted regularly at schools upon the request of school office due to observable positive interactions with students
  • Have developed and maintained positive interactions and rapport with students, teachers, and administrators.
  • Created positive interactions with students, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Engaged in positive interactions with students while resolving peer conflicts.
  • Promoted positive interactions among colleagues, students, and parents
  • Maintain positive interactions with children and other staff.
  • Perform essential classroom duties Implement established lesson plans Develop and maintain positive interactions with students, faculty, and administrators
  • Carry out assigned lesson plans * Create positive interactions with students * Assist students with coarse work as needed

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20 Most Common Skills For A Substitute Teacher

Classroom Management

35.4%

Lesson Plans

23.5%

Mathematics

4.8%

Absent Teacher

4.7%

Class Activities

4.0%

Student Learning

3.7%

Grade Level

3.6%

Public Schools

2.9%

OLD Children

2.5%

Substitute Teaching

2.0%

Language

2.0%

Social Studies

1.7%

Subject Areas

1.7%

Pre-K

1.4%

Physical Education

1.1%

Matter Expert

1.1%

K-12

1.1%

Behavioral Issues

1.1%

K-8

0.8%

Small Groups

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Substitute Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 31.6%
2 Lesson Plans 20.9%
3 Mathematics 4.3%
4 Absent Teacher 4.2%
5 Class Activities 3.6%
6 Student Learning 3.3%
7 Grade Level 3.2%
8 Public Schools 2.6%
9 OLD Children 2.2%
10 Substitute Teaching 1.8%
11 Language 1.8%
12 Social Studies 1.5%
13 Subject Areas 1.5%
14 Pre-K 1.3%
15 Physical Education 1.0%
16 Matter Expert 1.0%
17 K-12 1.0%
18 Behavioral Issues 1.0%
19 K-8 0.7%
20 Small Groups 0.7%
21 Communication 0.7%
22 Daily Activities 0.7%
23 Curriculum Goals 0.6%
24 General Education 0.5%
25 K-5 0.5%
26 Attendance Records 0.5%
27 IEP 0.5%
28 Instructional Materials 0.5%
29 Discipline Procedures 0.4%
30 Safe Environment 0.4%
31 Positive Rapport 0.4%
32 K-6 0.4%
33 Instructional Methods 0.4%
34 ESL 0.4%
35 Homework Assignments 0.4%
36 Cultural Backgrounds 0.4%
37 Algebra 0.4%
38 Clear Objectives 0.3%
39 Pertinent Information 0.3%
40 Social Development 0.3%
41 Administration Policies 0.3%
42 Academic Performance 0.3%
43 AGE Groups 0.3%
44 Staff Members 0.3%
45 Core Subjects 0.3%
46 Positive Interactions 0.3%
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