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Top 50 Substitute Teachers Aide Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Substitute Teachers Aide. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Substitute Teachers Aide resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Substitute Teachers Aide resumes contained Special Needs as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Substitute Teachers Aide actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Substitute Teachers Aide:

1. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Accompanied and guided children with special needs during mainstreaming process with the goal of increasing socialization.
  • Functioned as an aide to disabled and special needs children of school age.
  • Assist with special needs children in the classroom and during special activities.
  • Worked closely with teachers and therapists of special needs children.
  • Worked with special needs students in an inclusion setting.
  • Assist students with special needs during daily school routine.
  • Supervised children with special needs in classroom environment.
  • Aided special needs students in daily class tasks.
  • Work one on one with special needs children.
  • Coordinated with teachers for special needs children.
  • Experienced with special needs children and adults.
  • Worked with special needs students.
  • Worked in special needs Dept.
  • Substitute teacher aid having worked in the Spencerport School District and the Greece School District; worked with special needs children.
  • Assisted faculty and special needs personnel with students as needed * Mentored several special needs students one on one
  • Provided individual support to special needs students Accompanied students to work sites to ensure safety
  • Worked hands on with special needs students Followed prepared lesson plans
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as nonEnglish speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Assisted in creation of "Sports Night" event for kids with special needs.
  • Assist special needs students and teachers Skills o Teaching children o Crafts Speak some Spanish and Chinese o ESL tutor music

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Designed and implemented instructional lesson plans, ensuring integrity of instructional time and motivating students to learn and participate.
  • Coordinated activities and resourced within a specific area of the curriculum and supported colleagues implementing lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans and evaluated daily progress.
  • Filled in/subbed for teachers who were absent where I presented lesson plans and was able to manage a classroom by my-self.
  • Assist children with learning disabilities in the classroom by assisting with completing lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans in assigned areas and submitted outline to teacher for review.
  • Well versed in deliver of lesson plans; motivational strategies, and engagement.
  • Review and implement the lesson plans of the classroom teacher in her absence.
  • Follow classroom Teacher's daily lesson plans or directives at the Elementary Level.
  • Assisted in nap time and helped group teacher prepare lesson plans.
  • Follow teacher's lesson plans for the day for teaching students.
  • Developed instructional lesson plans and establish classroom rules of conduct.
  • Supervised students developed and taught daily lesson plans and assignments.
  • Developed lesson plans and constructed kits for the classes.
  • Managed classroom and implemented lesson plans in teacher absence.
  • Provided assistance in preparing daily lesson plans.
  • Assisted teachers with lesson plans.
  • Assisted teachers in implementing lesson plans Designed and implemented lesson plans
  • Produced two lesson plans for 3 year olds which consisted of a presentation and a display of ocean life and insects.
  • Implemented lesson plans Managed classroom activities Assessed student's achievements and goals Engaged involvement from students and parents

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Assisted in classroom management of students and monitoring individual student behavior through crisis intervention by implementing positive behavior management strategies.
  • Key responsibilities being instruction, classroom management, record keeping and professional development.
  • Institute positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handle challenging behaviors.
  • Instructed academic lessons to K-12 population; lesson development and classroom management.
  • Helped instruct hearing impaired children and assisted with classroom management.
  • Assist with classroom management such as by organizing instructional materials.
  • Assisted in maintaining classroom management and reinforcing positive behavior.
  • Maintained effective classroom management with over 160 students
  • Implemented a classroom management plan while the daily tasks were to further their education that was left behind by the teacher.
  • Substitute Teacher (K-12) Follow directions left by teacher along with excellent communication and classroom management.
  • Assist Teacher's in and out of the classroom, classroom management
  • Assisted teachers in classroom management and carrying out lesson plans.
  • Assist in student achievement goals and maintain classroom management.
  • Created and implemented visual aids for classroom management.
  • Applied classroom management skills and curriculum knowledge.
  • Assisted teacher with lessons and classroom management.
  • Assist with classroom management and discipline.
  • Assisted teacher with instructing students, grading and recordkeeping and classroom management.
  • Assist with classroom management routines and processes Monitor students during special activities Help in implementing lesson plans and all instructional activities
  • Instruct various subjects appropriate to age and grade level -Maintain classroom management with students -Greet parents and visitors

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4. OLD Children

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  • Coordinated children's activities Taught two to three years old children Prepared snacks for children/infants Supervised children/infants Diapering and potty training

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5. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups to help master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Provided instruction and assistance to individual or small groups of students, reinforcing curriculum instruction, as directed by the teacher.
  • Assisted the classroom teacher in providing instructional services to students with disabilities individually, in small groups, and/or test proctoring.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition, and counting.
  • Worked with students individually or in small groups, listened students reading, reviewing class lessons, managed special projects.
  • Assisted in planning, preparing, and the instruction of individual students, small groups and classrooms of students.
  • Developed innovative technology based curriculum to instruct individual students, small groups, and classrooms with 20+ students.
  • Organized small groups with the children (Problem solving, leadership skills, reading and writing).
  • Work with students one on one, or in small groups to review different materials.
  • Worked with small groups of students in the areas of math and reading.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Work with small groups of students to reinforce material initially introduced by teacher.
  • Worked individually with struggling students and gave tests to small groups.
  • Worked individually and in small groups to reinforce lessons and skills.
  • Tutored and assisted children individually or in small groups.
  • Read books to entire classes or small groups.
  • Tutored students in small groups or one-to-one.
  • Reinforce lessons presented by teachers by reviewing material with students either in a small groups or one on one.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Follow lesson plans Filing and organizing Work with individual or small groups who need extra help Report to work wherever needed

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6. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Designated subjects were data processing, mathematics, office technologies and cosmetology.
  • Assisted students requiring additional help in mathematics.
  • Created multilevel lesson and unit plans to support student learning and higher-order thinking skills for mathematics as well as other subjects.
  • Increased students' comprehension and understanding of reading, writing, and mathematics by 15%.
  • Used unconventional methods and resources to educate students in grammar, spelling, and mathematics.
  • Help with ELA, calendars, mathematics, group activities.
  • Substitute teacher for various middle school Mathematics and Sciences.
  • Tutor - 2000 through 2005 - tutored mathematics in Grades 5th & 7th.

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7. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Worked with families and their children through daily class activities to ensure progress in their developing learning capabilities.
  • Directed and presented class activities, graded assignments and assisted students with their studies and homework.
  • Assisted the teacher with daily classroom chores and helped students with worksheets and class activities.
  • Assisted teachers with carrying out lesson plans and class activities.
  • Help kids with school work with class activities and special projects
  • Instructed class activities in accordance with established lesson plan.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Help Students With Daily Class activities.
  • Assist teacher with class activities.
  • Helped prepare for class activities.
  • Assisted Children with their learning skills Assisted with Class Activities Recess Supervisor

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8. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Helped teacher with daily activities in mornings and monitored children in afternoon
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Assisted Teacher preparing learning material and leading daily activities.
  • Participated in daily activities with students.
  • Provide a report of daily activities and behavior of assigned student(s) to the absent personnel and/or head teacher.
  • Substitute Aide for all classrooms; Birth to Age 6 Maintained a safe classroom environment Assisted children with daily activities
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Assisted the children with feeding, toileting, making crafts, and daily activities.
  • Provided detailed reports to teachers about the progress of each child's daily activities.
  • Assist the primary teacher with the coordination of daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Assist children with special needs in their daily activities at school.
  • Created and directed daily activities and programs for students ages 4-7.
  • Helped children of different skill levels complete projects and daily activities.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with daily activities and lessons.
  • Handled the permanent assistant's daily activities.
  • Instruct the classroom with daily activities.
  • Prepared classrooms for daily activities.
  • Plan and implement daily activities with full classroom responsibilities in teacher's absence Assist teachers with daily curriculum and classroom setup
  • implemented teacher's lesson plans and administered tests -communicated daily activities effectively with classroom teachers
  • Assist Teachers with Daily Activities Improve Overall Classroom Conduct CPR/First Aid Certified Texas Childcare License Texas Child Abuse & Neglect Trained

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9. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Provide help with teachers for grades Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Special Needs Children, at all schools in Summers County.
  • Worked alongside teachers in a closed classroom with children grades Pre-K through 6th grade with profound autism and special needs.
  • Substitute teaching for Pre-K -8; teaching and assisting the classroom teacher and developing activities for guided reading groups.
  • Position Description: Substitute teacher for grades for Kindergarten through 5th grade and a Teachers Aid for Pre-K.
  • Fill in for permanent teachers and supervision of students (Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st-8th grades).
  • Assisted students with special needs in daily learning and development skills at a Pre-K and Elementary Levels.
  • Substituted for teachers grades Pre-K - 8th grade- on-call basis.
  • Initial assignment in Pre-K in a class of 16.
  • Substitute teacher for grades Pre-K through 4th grade.
  • Substitute Aide for Pre-K through 2nd grade
  • Substituted for classes Pre-K to 8th grade
  • Assisted Pre-K and Elementary School Teachers
  • Help with daily operation of the After School Care program for small parochial school with children Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • Worked with pre-k to kindergarten age students and also worked with kids with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Substituted for teachers in pre-K - 6th grades, successfully implementing lesson plans.
  • Substitute for teachers and teacher-aides ranging from pre-K to grade 12.
  • Substitute Teacher/Teacher Aide/Office Clerk/Para Instructed grades Pre-K through 8th Grade.
  • Experience with children from grades Pre-k to eighth.
  • Substitute taught pre-K through 12th grades as needed throughout Athens and Meigs Counties' Schools.
  • Worked in main office, attendance office and classrooms pre-K through highschool

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10. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Augmented normal instruction by offering concentration activities/sessions to promote individual Education Plan (IEP) goal obtainment.
  • Assist lead and assistant teachers with implementing lesson plans and IEP goals for each individual student in their classrooms.
  • Work with Special Needs students to help them succeed in school, implement lesson plans and IEP's.
  • Assisted children in the classroom that had an IEP (Individual Education Plan).
  • Worked with 3 year old on the autistic spectrum on IEP goals.
  • Assisted in the development of positive behavior and implementation of IEP goals.
  • Document behaviors and interventions according to student's IEP plan.
  • Followed and implemented IEP goals for students with special needs.
  • Logged activities with students, daily, on IEP PRO.
  • Followed strict IEP guidelines for special needs students.
  • Implemented IEP requirements, ensuring requirements were met.
  • Fulfilled para-professional duties for twelve IEP meetings.
  • Modify work/tests, implement IEP's.
  • Follow proposed IEP for students.
  • Worked with IEP program, worked with students with crisis intervention behavior, worked in Elementary/Middle/High School students from ages 7- .
  • Worked with children with special needs to assist them in fulfilling their IEP Adaptive Swim instructor
  • Assist student with IEP Transport between classes, Seizure tracking and health log
  • Worked alongside Teachers in order to follow through with Student IEPs.
  • Modified IEPs and other interventions to maximize students' outcomes.
  • Coordinate with team members to meet social, academic and Physical goals per student IEPs Assist students in gen. ed.

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11. Assist Teacher

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Here's how Assist Teacher is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Assist teacher in preparation and management of classroom activities and administrative requirements.
  • Assist teachers in curriculum activities, student behavior modification and mentoring trips
  • Assist teachers with behavioral-challenging students.
  • Assist teachers and student(s) with academic work, community activities, and Special Olympics.
  • Assist teachers with preschool children by providing classroom support and substituting for teacher absents or vacancies.
  • Assist teachers and administration staff in completing paperwork, copying and filing.
  • Assist teachers to deal with mentally disabled students, and difficult behaviors.
  • Assist teachers with special needs children, following parent and school guidelines.
  • Assist teachers with various classroom duties and one on one instruction.
  • Assist teachers and students in daily tasks as requested.
  • Assist teachers and help provide quality education for students.
  • Assist teachers and staff in classroom setting.
  • Assist teacher with the children.
  • Assist teachers and students in 12-1-1 and 8-1-1 classes.
  • Assist teacher in daily duties through communication with them and the students Assist students in scholastic and work activities
  • Assist teacher with daily classroom assignments Prepared meals and activities
  • Assist teacher with day to day activites.
  • Assist Teacher in Classroom Playground/Lunch Duty Personal Aide to Special Needs Student/Specifically students with Autism
  • Help students with any classroom difficulties Assist teacher Take notes/ translate for students Replace teacher in their absence
  • Oversee recess/lunch times Running off copies Grading/filing of papers Assist teacher when needed

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12. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Provided instruction and effectively delivered lesson plans to promote student learning.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities.
  • Utilized classroom technology to enhance student learning.
  • Provided instruction and promoted student learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
  • Employed activities and techniques to encourage student learning and build community within the classroom.
  • Managed classroom environment, and promoted student learning in lead teacher's absence.
  • Manage the classroom environment and promote student learning.
  • Follow teacher lesson plans for student learning.
  • Teach and support student learning.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximamize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct ongoing issues.

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13. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Work with children with developmental/physical disabilities in a classroom setting.
  • Assist students in classroom setting/clerical/administrative support for district.
  • Helped in all aspects of child care in a classroom setting, with learning, playing and lunch time activities.
  • Accompany students with behavioral concerns to and from classes, and assisting them in the regular classroom setting.
  • Work in classroom setting under teacher direction to assist with art, play, story time and music
  • Job Duties: Provides temporary assistance in classroom setting to children with mental and physical disabilities.
  • Supervised and assisted children supporting their educational, emotional, self-esteem needs in a classroom setting.
  • Position responsibilities included: Assisted teacher with students in classroom setting.
  • Help student learn to handle themselves in a classroom setting.
  • Cared for special needs preschool students in a classroom setting.
  • Performed daily lessons with small groups within classroom setting.
  • Worked with children in various classroom settings.
  • Assist teachers in a classroom setting.
  • Worked one on one with special support students in a classroom setting Performed various clerical duties needed by the schools different departments
  • Assist Mentally Challenged/Autism students with activities within classroom setting, preparing of school meal,cleaning of schools.
  • Instructed preplanned lessons and offered behavioral support to students struggling with maintaining order in a classroom setting.
  • Assist teacher in classroom setting with students Assist with special needs students when needed Pay - $10.92
  • Assisted the teacher in a classroom setting Helped students activities Took them out for recess
  • Substitute Teacher 2002-2003 Therapeutic classroom setting.
  • Provided quality customer service Answered multi-line phone and directed calls to appropriate extension Provided educational assistance with students in classroom setting

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14. Absent Teacher

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Here's how Absent Teacher is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Assumed responsibilities of the absent teacher, including following schedules and routines and ensuring safety and happiness of all children.
  • Take over classroom and duties of the absent teacher / Teacher's Aide duties were to help with disabled children.
  • Perform duties left by absent teacher, such a teaching assignments, grading papers, and maintaining classroom order.
  • Prepared a written summary of work completed, made the absent teacher aware of special situations or problems encountered.
  • Ensured that students received all class work, homework, or tests provided by an absent teacher.
  • Perform duties usually required of absent teacher such as lunchroom duty, hall monitoring, etc.
  • Filled the void of absent teacher at assigned schools in New Haven county school system.
  • Use the absent teacher's classroom discipline plan and give specific directions about desired behavior.
  • Implemented absent teacher's lesson plan for all grades from Kindergarten to fifth grade.
  • Fill in for absent teachers in emergency and on short and medium term assignments.
  • Advance curriculum as intended by absent teacher in a responsible and compete manner.
  • Instructed students in classroom as provided by absent teacher for grades K-4.
  • Fill in for absent teachers, follow lesson plans and assist students.
  • Filled in for absent teachers and dispensed work assignments to students.
  • Fill in for absent teachers on an as needed basis.
  • Substituted for absent teacher aides when asked.
  • Filled the requirements set by the absent teacher Assisted with the daily operation of the media center
  • Provided classroom coverage for absent Teacher Aides *Provided classroom assistance for students with special needs
  • Teach classes for absent teachers * Assist Children
  • Cover various classes for absent teachers Assist teachers with students wherever and whenever needed Cover various duties whenever administration requests

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15. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Planned curriculum, prepared lessons and other instructional materials according to achievement levels of students.
  • Helped develop and create instructional materials in preparation for classroom activities.
  • Assisted students in using available resources and help develop instructional materials.
  • Prepared instructional materials and classroom displays for daily instruction.
  • Organized school projects and creatively presented instructional materials.
  • Prepared instructional materials related to class lessons.
  • Helped prepare instructional materials and classroom displays.
  • Perform variety of general clerical for the front office reception and assisting the teacher with preparing classroom instructional materials.
  • Assist in the preparation of instructional materials and implementation of lesson plans and provide routine support.
  • Hand out instructional materials to students and make sure that they are handled with care.
  • Assisted with instructional materials and procedures under the direction of the lead teacher.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students varying needs and interests.
  • Assist with the preparations of instructional materials as directed by classroom teacher.

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Maintained a learning environment within all grade levels, managed students' academic schedules, helped with off campus field trips.
  • Substituted for Aides for all grade levels working in classrooms under the direction of the Teacher and additional Lunch Duty days.
  • Designed and implemented an eight week summer school, life science course for adjudicated youth in grade levels 7-9.
  • Acted as and assumed the responsibilities of a classroom teacher for various classes, grade levels, and disabilities
  • Served as both a substitute teacher and teachers' aid in a variety of grade levels and settings.
  • Assisted in a variety of paid and unpaid positions working with all students of all grade levels.
  • Experience included working with children in a variety of settings at various grade levels and learning environments.
  • Support teachers in the classroom across all grade levels in a very large suburban school district.
  • Pick up assignments before end of period or end of day depending on grade level.
  • Accepted fill-in assignments for teachers at any grade level or student level need.
  • Provided instruction to all grade levels in general education classrooms.
  • Help students depending on grade level in reading their assignments.
  • Assisted teachers with classroom activities for all grade levels.
  • Fill in for teachers different grade levels and subjects.
  • Help provide instruction to lower grade level students.
  • Worked with the public, students of all ages & grade levels, parents, etc.
  • Worked with all types of children in grade levels K - 5.
  • Instruct core subjects to grade levels PK - 8.
  • Worked with 7th-- 8th grade students with various learning issues as paraprofessional in inclusion model Substitute-taught at every grade level
  • Substitute teaching services for all grade level schools at CISD Includes all subjects utilizing the teacher lesson plans.

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Here's how Physical Education is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Substituted for all subjects in all grades including librarian, office assistant, physical education and special education.
  • Provide students positive feedback to encourage them and help them develop an appreciation for physical education.
  • Assist and aide in the mental and physical education process of children ages 3-5 years.
  • Assisted PE teacher in re-vamping her Physical Education curriculum for the Middle School students.
  • Substituted for Kindergarten through 12th grade of all subjects, to include Physical Education.
  • Supervised children during recess, physical education and meal times in the cafeteria.
  • Help guide the students to their Physical Education(PE) class.
  • Assisted Physical Education teacher and Librarian as needed in a classroom environment.
  • Worked with the physical education program at Thomas Jefferson High School.
  • Led physical education class for all grades as a substitute teacher.
  • Supervised 25+ students on the playground and during physical education class.
  • Substitute for Physical Education teacher when he was absent.
  • Substitute teacher and teacher aid for pre-school, 2nd, 6th grade classrooms, art class and physical education.
  • Worked with special needs students in the school library and also in the Physical Education Department.
  • Accompanied students to the library, canteen, speech therapy, Physical education class etc.
  • Substituted specials (Physical Education, Technology Education, etc.

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  • Participated in group recreational activities and supervised group outings.
  • Conducted and managed recreational activities.
  • Supervised children during recreational activities.
  • Conducted different recreational activities like drawing, coloring, music, drama etc.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities.
  • Coordinate students in recreational activities at school.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities .
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Assisted teachers with academic and recreational activities Assisted librarians with various library duties Performed various clerical duties

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19. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Fostered an engaging learning environment for high school students with learning and developmental disabilities; providing substitute teaching services as needed.
  • Work with children who possess emotional and behavioral disorders, and/or developmental disabilities.
  • Provided support for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Work with therapists, teachers and parents to best assist children with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked in a vocational school with children of all ages with developmental disabilities.
  • Summer School Teacher Aide for children with developmental disabilities.

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20. Substitute Aide

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Here's how Substitute Aide is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Substitute aide positions include assisting students with developmental and learning disabilities.
  • Substitute Aide for: South Hamlin School for the Librarian, Secretary, Computer Instructor and Recess Aide.
  • Substitute Aide for various positions as Instructional Aide; Special Education Instructional Aide; and office clerical.
  • Served as a substitute aide to students with physical, emotional, and behavioral support needs.
  • Worked as a substitute aide for special needs children or wherever needed.
  • Substitute Aide to fill in wherever needed during the school year
  • Worked as a long-term substitute aide in a fourth-grade classroom.
  • Substitute Aide for 1:1 on an as need basis.
  • Substitute aide for elementary, middle and secondary classrooms.
  • Substitute aide for South Milwaukee School District.
  • Substitute aide in classroom to cover other employees' lunch/break periods Made sure children were safely secured in car seats.
  • Substitute teacher and substitute aide in kindergarten through sixth grade Substitute lunch aide in cafeteria and outdoor/indoor recess
  • Assisted teachers in inclusion classrooms and provided support as a substitute aide in various Special Education classes.
  • Substitute Aide working in a classroom helping the Kindergarten and Pre School teachers with the students.
  • Served as an on call substitute aide while completing my teacher's certification course requirements.
  • Substitute aide for Panama Buena Vista School District
  • Served a substitute aide for all the schools in the in the West Covina district.
  • Substitute Aide Helping in the classroom Stepping in when the teacher was absent Taking kids to the bathroom

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21. K-12

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  • Managed classroom, taught students, graded papers, filled in for teacher in absence (preK-12).
  • Substitute taught grades K-12 in the Shaker Heights City School district during the 1998 school year.
  • Teach grades K-12 Help instruct special needs students on how to complete assignments
  • Teach on a temporary basis students in grades K-12, all subjects.
  • Subbed for all grades as both a teacher and aide K-12.
  • Served as an aide and substitute teacher for grades K-12.
  • Worked with K-12 students, mostly within special education courses
  • Operated classrooms of all age groups: K-12.
  • Served as a substitute teacher for K-12th grades.
  • Assisted with daily lesson plans for grades K-12
  • Implemented lesson plans for grades K-12.
  • Teach and assist in grades k-12th
  • Substitute Teacher for Grades K-12.
  • Worked with K-12 grade students.
  • Substitute teacher and aide K-12th grade
  • Substitute K-12, then teacher's aide in EMH classroom 3 yrs, then with 4th grade classroom.
  • Worked with Deaf & Hard of Hearing students (K-12)
  • Assisted students in grades K-12 with their daily activities * Managed classroom in absence of teacher and carried out lessons
  • Substitute for teachers in grades K-12 at eleven different schools Assisted teachers with handicap children
  • Substitute for teacher aides, librarians, secretaries Worked with special needs children K-12

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Here's how Substitute Teaching is used in Substitute Teachers Aide jobs:
  • Provided substitute teaching services for classrooms without teacher supervision.
  • Lunch Aide/Substitute-Duties include making and serving lunch, substitute teaching, cleaning, stocking and updating books and paperwork daily.
  • Substitute teaching assignments as needed; five months as an in-classroom aide for special needs children
  • Provided short-term substitute teaching for kindergarten through 8th grade, including music class and library.
  • Substitute Teaching of Special Need Children; Reading, Writing and Math.
  • Earned my Substitute Teaching license in the summer of 2011.
  • Assisted classroom teachers until I received my Substitute Teaching License.
  • Provide substitute teaching for grades K - 12.
  • Substitute teaching for grades preschool- twelfth.
  • Substitute teaching, in class teacher s aide and class monitor to assit with children that are disruptive.
  • Full instruction of classroom as long term permanent substitute Four years of K-12 substitute teaching experience.
  • Substitute Teaching for 1st-8th grade Specials P.E, Art, Band and Music.

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23. Lunch Room

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  • Lunch Room Aid: Kept watch over the children at lunch time and assisted in the kitchen when needed.
  • Worked in office doing general office duties, playground aide, lunch room aid and school bus aide
  • Operate the lunch room cash register in order to process meal payments.
  • Fill in as Lunch room aid and recess monitor as needed.
  • Provided coverage for lunch room and any other areas of need.
  • Lunch room and recess supervision aide as needed.
  • Monitored and assisted with lunch room duties.
  • Lunch room attendant, bus duty attendant.
  • Supervised lunch room and recess activities.
  • Set up a clean and safe lunch room.
  • Assisted preschool/kindergarten students & teachers with daily tasks Supervised students in lunch room Volunteered at various school events
  • Substitute Food Service Assisted in food preparation Served lunch to the children Thoroughly cleaned the lunch room after each lunch period

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24. Subject Matter

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  • Maintained manual and computerized alphabetical, numerical of subject matter files.
  • Differentiated instruction in all groups based on student needs and incorporated various activities and projects related to the subject matter.
  • Presented subject matter, utilizing a variety of methods and techniques, such as lecture, discussion and supervised role-playing.
  • Provided setting for small-group instruction to adapt the curriculum on subject matter needs of the pupils.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers, using lectures.
  • Prepare lesson materials, bulletin board displays and exhibits, present subject matter to students.
  • Instruct pupils on subject matter consisting of Algebra and Geometry on different development levels.
  • Lectured, demonstrated and used audiovisual teaching aids to present subject matter to class.
  • Assist and aide students within the CISD curriculum and subject matter.
  • Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction.
  • Integrated English instruction into all subject matters.
  • Presented subject matter, utilizing a variety of methods and techniques, such as lecture,discussion and supervised role playing.

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25. Extra Assistance

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  • Provided extra assistance to students in various educational settings, enforced administration policies and rules.
  • Provide extra assistance to non-English-speaking students and students with physical and/or cognitive disabilities.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Provide extra assistance to students.

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26. Reinforce Learning Concepts

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  • Worked with small groups to help teach complete assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Assisted students, individually and in groups, with lesson assignments to present and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Tutor and assist children individually to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Assisted students with assignments to reinforce learning concepts.

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27. Homework Assignments

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  • Assisted students with completing homework assignments.
  • Provided additional support with matters pertaining to clerical relevance, such as grading tests, quizzes, and homework assignments.
  • Organized, graded course work and homework assignments, answered questions, and supported the teacher's lecture material.
  • Assisted students in the Life Skills classroom with daily homework assignments, transfer to and from classrooms.
  • Provided guidance to children with completing homework assignments, science projects and book reports.
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments and collect them when they are completed.
  • Take attendance, grade papers, and check homework assignments.
  • Prepared and organized homework assignments for the next day.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Reviewed and corrected first grade homework assignments.
  • Collect homework assignments and tests when completed.
  • Set and corrected homework assignments and projects.
  • Graded homework assignments and exams.
  • Corrected homework assignments and projects Fostered safe, positive and supportive learning environment.
  • Demonstrated patience, empathic listening, and strong communication skills while assisting students with their daily classwork and homework assignments.

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28. Social Studies

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  • Teach subjects such as math, science, social studies, reading, Spanish, history, and physical education.
  • Work as a Resource Aide and help students with various coursework in math, science, social studies and reading.
  • Functioned as After School Tutor for elementary students in reading, comprehension, math, social studies, and health.
  • Assisted in middle and high school settings teaching Spanish, social studies, and language arts curriculum.
  • Gained experience in AIS, Health, Social Studies, Science and elementary classrooms.
  • Assisted classroom teacher in teaching reading, social studies and history.
  • Work with smaller groups in Social Studies and Speech.
  • Full responsibility for managing single student with a learning Disability in Math, English, Science, Social Studies.

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29. Safe Environment

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  • Implemented behavior support plans and crisis intervention procedures in order to keep a safe environment for students and staff.
  • Maintained a safe environment for the students and staff by ensuring the classroom was free of aggression/ violence.
  • Maintain a safe environment and development of social, emotional, and education of school age children.
  • Provide a well-maintained clean and safe environment in accordance with Federal and State laws.
  • Interacted and supported children as well as provide a safe environment while learning.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities and maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintain a sanitized, organized and safe environment for the children.
  • Ensured classrooms were clean and safe environments for the children.
  • Maintain a safe environment for staff and students.
  • Developed safe environment for students and parents.
  • Maintain a safe environment for children.
  • Maintain a healthy and safe environment.
  • Maintain a very clean, appealing and safe environment.

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30. Elementary Schools

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  • Substitute in various elementary schools.
  • Substitute for teacher aides at six elementary schools, one middle school and one high school within the district
  • Substitute for teacher aides at the elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools throughout the county
  • Substituted as needed at high school and elementary schools in special education department.
  • Assumed various duties and responsibilities in the elementary schools, Grades 1-5..
  • Supervised and assisted children with special needs in 5 elementary schools.
  • Provided classroom instruction in various elementary schools for grades 1-6.
  • Substitute aide at local elementary schools, assisting where needed.
  • Substitute teacher/aide for the district's elementary schools.
  • Substituted teacher's aide in elementary schools.
  • Supervised young children in elementary schools during lunch hour Assisted teachers in classrooms with paperwork and supervising children.
  • Assist teachers at local elementary schools in Paragould.

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31. Subject Areas

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  • Provided educational continuity by implementing established lesson plans in multiple subject areas.
  • Filled in for teachers and taught learners in all subject areas; worked with ELL students at Madison Elementary School.
  • Subbed both as a teacher and aide in all subject areas, grades K-12 for students with emotional disabilities.
  • Assisted in managing all aspects of a classroom, including all subject areas including special needs students.
  • Deliver small group or one on one instruction in designated subject areas.
  • Substitute taught in various area schools in all elementary subject areas.
  • Substitute Teacher for Grades 6 through 12 in all subject areas.
  • Implemented lessons in various different subject areas and grade levels.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed in four subject areas.
  • Worked one-on-one with students in all subject areas.
  • Substituted for all grade levels and subject areas.
  • Implemented various lessons in all subject areas.
  • Assisted teacher in the instruction of Special Education students Taught classes in the absence of the regular teacher in various subject areas
  • Gain experience in lesson planning and classroom management in many different subject areas and grade levels.
  • Work with and encourage ESL Students on all subject areas Translate for administrators, parents and students Assist in Nursery Program

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32. K-8

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  • Assisted K-8 students with their curricular and co-curricular development.
  • Teach classes to K-8th grades who are classified with special needs, in addition to, mainstream students.
  • Substitute teacher for Grades K-8 as well as classroom aide for grades K-12.
  • Substituted various grade levels (K-8) as requested by the school.
  • Provided one-on-one assistance and instruction to students, grades K-8.
  • Substitute teacher on a regular basis in grades K-8.
  • Instructed General and Special Education, K-8.
  • Substitute Resource Aid for K-8 students.
  • Served as a substitute for K-8.
  • Substitute teacher for grades K-8.
  • Substituted in grade levels K-8.
  • Supported teachers, administrators and paraprofessionals in creating successful learning environment for grades K-8.
  • Substitute Teacher/Teacher's Aid Teaching at the elementary level K-8 grades, specializing in the art and science departments.
  • Planned and implemented developmental activities and educational forums for children grades Pre K-8th.
  • Followed teacher's lesson plans and monitored student's work progress Grades K-8
  • Job responsibilities for grades K-8 included: *Managing classroom activities.
  • Worked with mainly special ed./physical disability students k-8 - Worked with some emotionally disabled students - Leader of small group lessons

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33. Phone Calls

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  • Worked in the front office as a clerk to assist the receptionist with phone calls and a variety of administrative duties.
  • Assist front office staff with student records, phone calls, and school billing for fees.
  • Greet parents and staff entering building, directing phone calls and verifying appointments.
  • Answered a high volume of phone calls and email inquiries.
  • Answer phone calls to direct callers to right departments.
  • Received visitors or phone calls within the classroom.
  • Answered phone calls and emails.
  • Answer phone calls Check attendance Maintaining a clean facility for next day use Help children of all ages with school work

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34. Data Entry

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  • Directed and ran the Summer Care Program for 2 years including the data entry, finances, planning and childcare.
  • Provide substitute work for office staff, study hall monitors, data entry position, and various other positions.
  • Performed clerical duties when needed such as filing, word processing, data entry and answering phones.
  • Assisted lead teachers with activity coordination, data entry, general office administration, and customer service.
  • Performed data entry and student attendance related duties.
  • Handled copying for records management and data entry Answered multi-line telephone

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35. Front Desk

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  • Breakfast and lunch, worked at front desk, general care to 4 kids at a time.
  • Covered classrooms as a substitute teacher Tutored students with special needs Independently managed the front desk of high school library

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36. Master Assignments

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  • Helped the children master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by the teachers.

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37. Social Development

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  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding others and positive self- concepts.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one-on-one attention.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assist students with carrying out classroom activities and support instruction and social development of students
  • Provided guidance on children's behavior and social development.
  • Evaluated students' social development and physical well-being.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Observe and evaluate student's performance, behavior, social development, andphysical health.

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38. Student Records

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  • Assisted students and/or parents in the office or classroom Data entry of student records into computer Answered calls concerning students
  • Maintain thorough student records to document attendance, participation, or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all records.
  • Perform clerical tasks, including filing student records, typing, taking attendance, etc.
  • Maintained student records and performed other clerical tasks as needed.
  • Supervised 8 to 25 students and maintain student records.
  • Maintained all student records within the classroom.
  • Maintain student records dealing with new students, withdrawals, attendance, student files.

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39. CPR

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  • Acquired training classes in infant/toddler safety, first aide, and CPR, along with K-12 safety.
  • Certified in BLS (Basic Life Support) including CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation).
  • Maintained CPR certification as Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers.
  • Administered medication, First Aide, and CPR.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid for After School Care Responsible for making change when children bought snacks

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40. Extra Help

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  • Personalized tutoring with extra help for inclusion students.
  • Take students out of class only when the student needs extra help on the subject studied for a certain time.
  • Work one on one with children needing extra help with reading, math and spelling.
  • Stay after with children who need extra help/ want to stay after.
  • Assisted students that needed extra help on understanding assignments.

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41. Behavioral Issues

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  • Implemented comprehensive positive behavioral support plans and effective behavior management strategies to students diagnosed with behavioral issues.
  • Developed Behavior Modification System, which reduced over all behavioral issues, in school cafeteria.
  • Administer curriculum and classroom instruction to at-risk youth and redirect behavioral issues.
  • Assisted students with special needs and/ or behavioral issues to ensure focus and academic success
  • Assisted instructor in daily student needs Assisted with behavioral issues and Autism support
  • Support students with learning handicaps, mental disabilities and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted teachers with monitoring behavioral issues within the classroom.
  • Substitute Part-time Monitored and documented children's daily activities, including medications administered and behavioral issues.
  • Worked with a severe behavioral handicapped student population of K-12 students with social, emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Assisted in handling various behavioral issues often found in self contained classrooms.
  • Assisted teachers with students Graded daily work for students Created alternative settings for students with behavioral issues

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42. Bulletin Boards

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  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and visual schedules, and setting up supplies.
  • Recommended ideas to assist with the development of bulletin boards displays which are both attractive and instructional.
  • Designed and set up the school bulletin boards with different themes throughout the year.
  • Created bulletin boards for upcoming events and ensure clear communication with parents.
  • Designed bulletin boards when needed.
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  • Designed and maintained bulletin boards.
  • Assist with assignments, accompany student to regular classroom, grade papers, make copies, bulletin boards, ect.
  • Completed bulletin boards Tutoring Substituted for teachers when needed
  • Graded and filed papers * Helped in reading groups * Completed bulletin boards * Tutoring * Substituted for teachers when needed

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43. Personal Care

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  • Assisted students with personal care tasks, including but not limited to clothing, and hygiene.
  • Approved by the school board to substitute as a teacher's aide/personal care aide.
  • Aided in personal care tasks, such as bathroom, and meal time routines.
  • Tend to the personal care and positioning of students.
  • Substituted school aged individuals with special needs and maintained a safe and positive learning environment.Assisted in personal care and mobility needs.
  • Work as a Personal Care Aide under the direction of the Special Education Internships Department.

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44. Appropriate Curriculum

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  • Supported classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for students.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Supported classroom teachers in implementing developmentally- appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed appropriate curriculum according to student needs, in consultation with teaching staff to design effective strategies for instruction.
  • Assisted in planning appropriate curriculum, assisted during parent conference, observation and document on children's progress.
  • Supported classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a group of 20 to 30 students.
  • Implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 10 toddlers.

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45. Staff Members

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  • Managed clerical tasks ensuring productivity for staff members.
  • Coordinate and communicate with other staff members in order to insure consistent application of the therapeutic program.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Conferred with other staff members to schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Established a personal and professional rapport with staff members and students.
  • Fill in for other staff members.
  • Assist other staff members Carefully review and apply work instructions

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46. K-5

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  • Worked with students in grades k-4-k-5 with writing, reading, and math subjects.
  • Helped students, grades K-5 during class time with problem in their core subjects.
  • Work with children in grades K-5, assist special needs children.
  • Substitute teacher for K-5 schools in the district when needed.
  • Watched and helped PreK-5 students during lunch and recess.
  • Work with K-5 grade levels.
  • Substitute secretary filling in for k-5 secretary, answering phones, doingdaily communiques.
  • substitute teacher k-5, and lunch room aide

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47. Imaginative Play

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  • Prepared various materials to aid in students' imaginative play and learning.

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48. Public Schools

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  • Substitute Secretary, Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools
  • Buffalo Public Schools (1993-2001) Interpreted and Instructed various subject assignments to High School classes.
  • Subbed in various township public schools and preschools as substitute teacher and classroom aide.

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49. Different Schools

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  • Accept on day to day bases assignments to work in different schools in the Klein ISD district.
  • Rotated to different schools within the district to serve as the substitute for teachers that were absent.
  • Worked as Teacher Aide to SPED classes in the different schools in the District.
  • Attend to different schools each day in replacement of teacher being absent.
  • Assigned to different schools to teach in the classroom.
  • Go to different schools around the San Mateo, California area providing assistance to teachers and schools.
  • Visited many different schools on a daily basis, always had different children with different needs.
  • Traveled to different schools throughout the county to work with pre- school age children.
  • Travelled to different schools as needed.

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50. K-6

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  • Served as substitute teacher in music and science classrooms as well as a Teaching Assistant in K-6 classrooms.
  • Support the Special Education teachers and students K-6 and 7-12 with lessons and test modifications.
  • Substitute teacher for K-6 and a Title One reading and math tutor for K-6 grades.
  • Managed classroom in teaching the lesson plans of absent teachers in grades K-6th grade.
  • Assisted elementary school teachers in maintaining classroom reverence and control with grades K-6th.
  • Served as a substitute teacher and aide for students in grades K-6.
  • Work one-on-one and in groups of students in grades k-6.
  • Substitute taught in grades K-6.
  • Experience with K-6 grades and ESL classrooms Instructed classes and assisted teachers in the classroom
  • tutor and full-time teacher for children with learning disabilities in grades K-6.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Substitute Teachers Aide

Special Needs

24.2%

Lesson Plans

19.1%

Classroom Management

7.5%

OLD Children

6.4%

Small Groups

5.9%

Mathematics

5.4%

Class Activities

4.5%

Daily Activities

3.4%

Pre-K

3.2%

IEP

2.6%

Assist Teacher

2.6%

Student Learning

2.5%

Classroom Setting

1.8%

Absent Teacher

1.8%

Instructional Materials

1.6%

Grade Level

1.6%

Physical Education

1.6%

Recreational Activities

1.5%

Developmental Disabilities

1.5%

Substitute Aide

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Substitute Teachers Aide

Rank Skill
1 Special Needs 19.3%
2 Lesson Plans 15.2%
3 Classroom Management 5.9%
4 OLD Children 5.1%
5 Small Groups 4.7%
6 Mathematics 4.3%
7 Class Activities 3.6%
8 Daily Activities 2.7%
9 Pre-K 2.5%
10 IEP 2.1%
11 Assist Teacher 2.1%
12 Student Learning 2.0%
13 Classroom Setting 1.5%
14 Absent Teacher 1.4%
15 Instructional Materials 1.3%
16 Grade Level 1.3%
17 Physical Education 1.2%
18 Recreational Activities 1.2%
19 Developmental Disabilities 1.2%
20 Substitute Aide 1.2%
21 K-12 1.1%
22 Substitute Teaching 1.0%
23 Lunch Room 1.0%
24 Subject Matter 0.9%
25 Extra Assistance 0.8%
26 Reinforce Learning Concepts 0.8%
27 Homework Assignments 0.8%
28 Social Studies 0.8%
29 Safe Environment 0.8%
30 Elementary Schools 0.8%
31 Subject Areas 0.7%
32 K-8 0.7%
33 Phone Calls 0.7%
34 Data Entry 0.7%
35 Front Desk 0.7%
36 Master Assignments 0.7%
37 Social Development 0.6%
38 Student Records 0.6%
39 CPR 0.6%
40 Extra Help 0.5%
41 Behavioral Issues 0.5%
42 Bulletin Boards 0.5%
43 Personal Care 0.5%
44 Appropriate Curriculum 0.5%
45 Staff Members 0.5%
46 K-5 0.5%
47 Imaginative Play 0.5%
48 Public Schools 0.5%
49 Different Schools 0.5%
50 K-6 0.4%
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