Top Teacher Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Teacher Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Teacher Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 24.0% of Teacher Assistant resumes contained Class Activities as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Teacher Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Teacher Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Provided assistance to teachers -Redirected children during lunch hours -Assisted children in various class activities
  • Encourage students to participate in class activities and projects enhancing overall learning experience.
  • Facilitated in after-class activities to familiarize students with Temple University's campus.
  • Organized and guided daily class activities based on Montessori Education Philosophy
  • Manage class activities and ensure that all students participate effectively.
  • Overlooked class activities and assignments and mentored students when needed
  • Maintained open communication with all parents about class activities.
  • Assist facilitate in-class activities and provide assistance with research papers
  • Communicated frequently with parents regarding class activities and events.
  • Organized and executed weekly class activities and assignments.
  • Supervised students and assisted teachers with class activities
  • Assisted elementary school teachers with class activities
  • Created and planned extra-curricular class activities.
  • Motivated students to participate in class activities
  • Organized and monitored in-class activities.
  • Assist Professor with tasks such as grading, attendance, & class activities for over 30 different freshmen each semester.
  • Organized paperwork such as lesson plans, class activities, parent information packets, documentation boards, daily sheets etc.
  • Participate in class activities with children, create lesson plans and work activities for children to do during the week.
  • Set up for each class activities, supervise the various classes, and provide assistance to both students and teacher
  • Developed different art and crafts projects for students and assisted the teacher with class activities as well class lessons.

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teacher in preparing and implementing weekly lesson plans in conformance with established program curriculum.
  • Developed daily lesson plans to stimulate creativity through effective use of materials.
  • Collaborated in the development, preparation and implementation of weekly lesson plans.
  • Create positive classroom environment and effectively create/implement lesson plans as needed.
  • Created lesson plans to engage student interaction and imagination.
  • Followed daily lesson plans according to the educational curriculum.
  • Created lesson plans and age-appropriate assignments.
  • Assisted teachers in developing lesson plans, support materials, activities and design/layout of daily schedules based on the monthly program.
  • Assisted in creating lesson plans for students that struggled with their behavior, academics, and social identities within the class.
  • Prepare meals, develop lesson plans, and create a fun home based learning atmosphere for all children of all ages.
  • Tutored and assisted children in learning class material using the teacher's lesson plans, providing students with individualized attention.
  • Promoted to toddler room where I assisted in the care of the students and helped out in making lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans using the added process for tutoring student and developing training materials for student aid and proctor exam.
  • Contributed to writing the lesson plans each week as well as composing a newsletter for the class once a month.
  • Developed and implemented curricula, lesson plans, evaluations and learning materials designed for a college (adult) audience.
  • Assisted teachers in developing lesson plans, support materials activities, design/layout of daily schedules and organize school events.
  • Close day care, interact with parents, planing lesson plans, and Assisting teacher with daily activities as needed
  • Processed student credits, recorded classroom attendance, and made copies of lesson plans and projects for roster teachers.
  • Created lesson plans to help enrich and expand children's social, mental, physical, and emotional skills.
  • Created lesson plans involving critical thinking, problem solving skills, career/ college development, and hands on engagement.

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3. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Dedicated child care professional responsible for maintaining a nurturing, safe and intellectually stimulating environment for a classroom of toddlers.
  • Provide child care services for preschool children -Developed lesson plans -Participated in activities and projects
  • Assisted with delivering child development information to military parents and family Child Care Providers.
  • Provided exceptional child care, communicated effectively with parents.
  • Supervised an assigned number of children in the child care facility including directing activities, basic teaching of tasks and socializing.
  • Assisted Clinicians in the classroom with basic child care duties including; diapers, snacks, projects, and clean up.
  • Supervised classes (directly led up to 5 children, infant through school age) for this reputable child care facility.
  • Attended workshops and seminars to receive credits that needed to be obtained while being employed in a child care facility.
  • Assisted teachers with daily child care activities including educational instruction, game play, child monitoring, and daily outings.
  • Assist in the implementation of the child care program in accordance with policies, procedures and philosophy of daycare center.
  • Provided support and child care for low income single parents and families, as well as children with special needs.
  • Helped develop the curriculum for the health inspection class including areas in swimming pool regulations, and child care facilities.
  • Assist teachers with field trips, counseling, artwork, meal preparations, paper work and child care duties.
  • Provide a safe and nurturing child care environment for elementary and middle school students beyond the regular school day.
  • Assist instructional staff in all daily operations of child care, learning and development, enhancing optimal and efficient growth
  • Delivered child care for infants and toddlers up to 5 years old, which included basic care and teaching.
  • Maintain a clean and healthy learning environment for children in accordance with the Texas Minimum Standards for Child Care Center
  • Maintained a professional attitude and loyalty towards the Child Care Network at all times and kept a positive attitude.
  • Provided child care for several families after school who are unable to pick up their children immediately after school.
  • Planned, directed, or coordinated the academic and nonacademic activities of preschool children at the child care center.

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4. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teachers in classroom management Assisted teachers in execution of lesson plans Closely observed and assessed young children and their surroundings
  • Develop strong, professional relationships and communication with colleagues to model and maintain a successful proactive classroom management.
  • Implemented classroom management and helped develop preschool and kindergarten activities, record keeping, and playground supervision.
  • Support teachers in classroom management, offer one-to-one assistance to students, and perform various administrative tasks
  • Consider developmentally appropriate practices when choosing, implementing, analyzing and improving/changing classroom management techniques.
  • Developed proficiency in individualized interaction, time management, organization, and classroom management.
  • Provided crisis intervention and classroom management to ensure safety of students and classroom environment.
  • Captivated student's attention and creativity while assisting teacher with classroom management responsibilities.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs to effectively handle challenging behaviors.
  • Provided classroom management so that the head teacher could execute curriculum without interruptions.
  • Utilized positive behavior tactics and strategies to maintain and increase overall classroom management.
  • Invoked Classroom management strategies to minimize disruptions and promote a productive learning environment.
  • Assist with classroom management, organizing instructional materials and supporting the curriculum.
  • Facilitated lead teacher in all areas of classroom management including parent/teacher communications.
  • Utilize and ensure consistent implementation of behavior techniques and classroom management techniques.
  • Assisted teacher with various phases of behavior modification and classroom management program.
  • Provided independent instruction and classroom management in absence of the supervising teacher.
  • Participated in various aspects of classroom management and supported curriculum implementation duties.
  • Administered hands-on support and classroom management assistance to teachers and school personnel.
  • Provided assistance to teacher in supervision of students and classroom management.

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5. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Provide personalized assistance to small groups and individual students needing additional educational assistance and support.
  • Tutored students including leading small groups to ensure student functioning at proficient education level.
  • Supervised students in small groups and reinforced university policy and procedure.
  • Provided entire/small groups of students with additional academic support and encouragement.
  • Led small groups in ESL and Math classrooms, worked 1:1 with students, assisted teachers with lessons and classroom management.
  • Tutor students individually or in small groups, file papers, grade work, make bulletin boards, and assist teacher.
  • Create and teach lessons for small groups, monitor assignments, tests and activities, chaperoned field trips and grade assignments.
  • Worked in small groups and provided individualized support specific to English Language Learners utilizing New York State Common Core Learning Standards.
  • Tutor children individually or in small groups to help them complete assignments and to help them understand concepts presented by teachers.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects such as reading, writing/spelling, and math.
  • Assist teachers in the classroom in all areas of instruction through small groups or one-on-one; cover classes for teacher meetings.
  • Tutored small groups (as well as one on one instruction) in reading, writing, spelling and math.
  • Tutored children individually or in small groups; reinforcing learning concepts Observed students performance and record relevant data to assess progress
  • Take care of children, help them with homework, work with small groups and teaches ballet dance to girls.
  • Worked with students individually or in small groups - listening while students read, reviewing or reinforcing class lessons.
  • Work one-on-one and in small groups with up to 4 children with academic lessons set by the lead teacher.
  • Set up snack, teach children about different categories in small groups, correct their choices, offer support.
  • Worked with students individually and in small groups to improve children's reading, math, and technology skills.
  • Work with small groups or individuals to re-teach, practice, and reinforce skills previously introduced by the teacher.
  • Assist students, individually or small groups, with lesson assignments for purpose of practicing and/or reinforce learning concepts.

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6. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Educated children with behavior and special needs in a structured and secluded environment using a behavioral model and differentiated coursework
  • Provided additional assistance to students with special needs, such as physically/developmentally delayed or non- English speaking students.
  • Facilitated the Educational, Social, and Emotional development of typically developing and special needs preschoolers.
  • Regarded student special needs including language and physical and mental disabilities while offering assistance.
  • Worked with other Special Needs teachers in administering and maintaining Individual Education Plans
  • Encouraged special needs students to feed themselves independently during breakfast/lunch period.
  • Assisted with implementation of individual educational plans of special needs students.
  • Implement special educational practices for children with special needs/disabilities.
  • Provide individual paraprofessional support to student with special needs.
  • Provide necessary modifications for children with special needs.
  • Volunteered at a local elementary school's special needs class every day by helping the students individually by assisting with activities.
  • Provide support and individual programming for students with a variety of special needs under the supervision of the special education teacher.
  • Supported classroom teachers by providing individualized lessons to students with special needs, provided technical assistance to teachers throughout the school.
  • Work closely with teachers, administrators, parents/guardians and case workers to develop Individual Education Plans for students with special needs.
  • Assisted Lead Teacher with daily structure for students with special needs in areas of fine motor skills and cognitive skills.
  • Worked as a teacher's assistant in a classroom for special needs young adults during my senior year of HS.
  • Assisted assigned teacher (K-5th grade), working with individuals or groups of children, including special needs children.
  • Helped implement various and unique teaching strategies and styles with speech therapists to meet the needs of special needs students.
  • Provided a learning environment that met the needs of students with diverse backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs.
  • Provided activities to children with special needs as well as handled all paper work related to each child.

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7. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Organized various educational centers and art projects.
  • Coordinated monthly family art projects.
  • Manage a classroom of children of 5 and younger, plan activities for the children such as storytelling or art projects.
  • Assisted group teacher with lessons, art projects, class trips while attending school in the evenings for my elementary degree.
  • Reviewed student's performances, helped organize the classroom, scheduled following activities for children, such as art projects.
  • Position involved keeping art projects in order by class, date and assignment, as well as grading the assessments.
  • Assisted lead teacher with paperwork including attendance, different art projects, Child Plus, sign in sheets, etc.
  • Planned and supervised a variety of activities such as art projects, organized sports, swimming, and free play.
  • Created age appropriate art projects and encouraged each child to master how to use a mouse on a lap top.
  • Assist in several classrooms with kindergarten program, helping with school assignments, art projects, etc where needed.
  • Incorporated art projects and hands on activities throughout the day to stimulate their senses and spark interests in learning.
  • Supervised structured educational programs & activities, art projects, sports & cooking with children between the ages of 5-15
  • Helped the head teacher to plan and direct daily activities such as sing-a-long, art projects, and games.
  • Provide supervision to young children, Assist with meal preparation, art projects, and constant care for them.
  • Helped children with everyday tasks and school work, corrected papers, taught lessons, and created art projects.
  • Provided lessons and art projects that adhered to Montessori philosophy of education and based on a weekly camp theme.
  • Teach students their alphabets, numbers, how to read, how to write, and create art projects.
  • Worked with children ages three years to six years on art projects that pertained to the class lesson.
  • Plan social and developmental activities including storytelling and art projects and teach about numbers, colors and shapes.
  • Worked with children 15 months- 4 years in various art projects as well as day to day activities.

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8. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted a college mathematics professor in teaching a critical math course covering multiple topics including advanced algebra, trigonometry, and calculus
  • Assisted mathematics professor in the organization, planning, and implementation of educational courses and initiatives
  • Assist approximately 3 teachers with individual and group instruction focusing on mathematics concepts.
  • Directed mini-lessons and additional support within reading workshops, Mathematics and Social Studies.
  • Tutor elementary students in FCAT preparation who had diagnosed learning disabilities in mathematics.
  • Tutored and educated newly admitted freshmen students struggling with Mathematics.
  • Worked with students needing additional instruction in mathematics and reading.
  • Designed and delivered challenging curriculum that included Mathematics and English.
  • Delivered one-on-one instruction to students in literature and mathematics.
  • Sorted and distributed mail for entire mathematics department.
  • Graded mathematics papers for an adjunct mathematics instructor
  • Assisted students in Mathematics of intermediate level
  • Helped instructor to deliver mathematics instructions.
  • Assess students in Mathematics and Vocabulary.
  • Supported instruction of Everyday Mathematics.
  • Assisted students in small groups and individually in literacy, mathematics, social studies, and science by differentiating the lessons.
  • Supervised 25 students during class and field trips, and tutored in English, Mathematics, Writing, and Physical Education.
  • Helped students to strengthen their reading, writing, and mathematics skills in order to prepare them for the first grade.
  • Assist children in English or Mathematics courses either in small groups or help reinforce lessons and concepts presented by the teacher.
  • Utilize Open Circles and making thinking visible in the classrooms as well as encourage problems solving in mathematics and academic conversations.

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9. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Monitored children in different play areas and reinforced safety policies and procedures to safeguard children, Logged all children daily activities
  • Monitored and scheduled daily activities of children by providing a learning environment by organizing creative games and other activities.
  • Provided academic assistance to children from Kinder through 5th grade *Provided assistance to teachers in daily activities *Supervised playground activities
  • Provided assistance with the monitoring of child safety and implementation of daily activities.
  • Coordinate all logistical aspects of daily activities to ensure proper safety and supervision.
  • Facilitated morning drop-off and afternoon pick-up and discussed daily activities with parents.
  • Prepared and planned daily activities Supervised and attended to children Assisted lead teacher
  • Formulated daily activities and maintained accountability for all children at all times.
  • Communicated with parents/guardians about daily activities, behaviors and issues observed.
  • Worked closely with classroom instructor in organizing and planning daily activities.
  • Scheduled daily activities designed to encourage social and emotional growth.
  • Assisted center staff in facilitating daily activities for participating children.
  • Applied developmentally appropriate practices in daily activities and routines.
  • Developed and implemented daily activities for school aged children.
  • Prepare daily activities includes getting materials together.
  • Supervised children during their daily activities.
  • Assisted with preparing, arranging, and maintaining indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily activities and schedule.
  • Prepared daily activities and lessons, taught introductory American Sign Language, and built strong relationships with children and their families.
  • Helped in the organizing of the classroom and preparation of daily activities for the children (ages 2 and 3).
  • Assist teacher with teaching kids and preparing daily activities /Responsible for cleaning and keeping area safe for kids / photocopied/ faxing/ inventory

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10. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Participated in academic and recreational activities, and in the development and implementation of a student's behavioral program.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities areas and stored toys and materials to ensure order in activities.
  • Assisted consumers with local and community recreational activities, fostering, participation and meeting individual goals.
  • Assisted students during classroom and recreational activities, while ensuring that they participate in coordinated activities.
  • Provided academic assistance, engaged students in competitive sports, and organized recreational activities.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities including monitoring the kids during recess.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities, ensuring safety at all times.
  • Assisted in supervising children and participating in lessons and recreational activities.
  • Supervised and interacted with students during games and other recreational activities.
  • Planned daily activities including reading exercises, singing and recreational activities.
  • Organized and led recreational activities to promote physical and social development.
  • Organized and participated in indoor/outdoor recreational activities and maintained Champion Learning.
  • Supervised, organized, planned and implemented recreational activities and games.
  • Assisted daycare teacher with organizing indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Transport students to designated area for dining and recreational activities.
  • Developed and organized daily learning and recreational activities for classroom.
  • Supported the Kindergarten Inclusion teachers with instructional and recreational activities.
  • Developed and conducted recreational activities to engage and motivate students.
  • Coordinated all recreational activities; including supervising the recreational staff.
  • Coordinated recreational activities and assisted children with their daily activities.

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11. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Supported classroom instruction and curriculum for 30 students, monitored student behavior, and assisted in preparation of instructional materials.
  • Assist in preparation and/or adaptation of instructional materials, and maintaining accurate records for monitoring student attendance and progress.
  • Assisted teachers with preparation of instructional materials, supervised children and helped teachers with various classroom activities.
  • Prepare incident reports and other administrative documentation, instructional materials for assigned students, and dispense medication.
  • Supervised and observed students and assisted teacher prepare for instruction by photocopying and organizing instructional materials.
  • Help students master equipment including supplementary equipment and instructional materials, as assigned by the teacher.
  • Assisted the teacher in preparing instructional materials, implemented lessons, and performed behavioral interventions.
  • Provide a daily update of instructional materials, activity/incident logs and manual and electronic files/records.
  • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials to provide students with a satisfactory learning experience.
  • Assist the educator with design and/or prepare training/instructional materials in accordance with the curriculum.
  • Prepared instructional materials; executed student behavior management; and provided health maintenance services.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans and helped the teacher in preparing instructional materials.
  • Assist teachers and specialist in collection and preparation of instructional materials and equipment.
  • Organized resource and instructional materials, operated computers, laptops and duplicating equipment.
  • Assist teacher in preparing instructional materials, classroom bulletins and other educational displays.
  • Assisted teachers in preparing instructional materials for intermediate and advance ballroom classes.
  • Interfaced multiple computer programs and digital camera images to create instructional materials.
  • Utilized instructional materials effectively to stimulate learning, exploration, and creativity.
  • Prepare instructional materials and assists in maintaining a safe and orderly environment.
  • Designed instructional materials appropriate for individuals with learning needs and behaviors.

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12. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts to ensure order in activity areas.
  • Assist in the children's educational development through the provision of age-appropriate activities designed to promote cognitive and social development.
  • Organize and lead numerous activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development through both individualized and in-group activities.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts and communicated to teachers.
  • Provided in-class support to teacher to assist with facilitating class activities to foster academic and social development in children.
  • Assist teacher in educational and social development of students Worked with social service agencies Assisted supervisor with special projects
  • Implement behavior reinforcement, perform social development evaluations and partner with parents to identify and resolve problems.
  • Promoted children's emotional and social development skills, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Spearheaded multiple recreational activities focused on child emotional/social development as well as discipline and behavior control.
  • Facilitated educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the assistant professor.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding or others and positive self-concepts.
  • Provided assisted education and social development of students under direct supervision of the head teacher.
  • Assisted special children with social development and all areas of academic studies following daily curriculum.
  • Developed, implemented and encouraged activities to promote their physical, mental and social development.
  • Developed and supervised interactive demonstrations to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for their needs.
  • Served as acting teacher and implemented lessons that promoted academic and social development.
  • Encourage children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and self-actualization
  • Supported children's emotional and social development and also implementing lessons plans weekly...
  • Enhanced learning and social development of children by providing age-appropriate games and activities.

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13. Reinforce Learning Concepts

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Here's how Reinforce Learning Concepts is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Tutored and assisted children individually to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Tutored students individually or in small groups in order to reinforce learning concepts from class lecture, lab and field work.
  • Work with students individually and in a group setting to reinforce learning concepts, help complete assignments and improve academic performance.
  • Work with students on individual and small group basis to reinforce learning concepts, help complete assignments, and improve performance.
  • Prepare classroom documents including work plans, graphs and charts and bibliographies and Reinforce learning concepts by working with students.
  • Assisted children individually and in small groups in order to help those master objective goals and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Work with students both individually and in small groups to reinforce learning concepts as well as help complete assignments.
  • Assist teacher(s) to reinforce learning concepts presented through lesson plans, individually and in small groups.
  • Lead small groups and assist children in various assignments to reinforce learning concepts presented by the Lead Teacher.
  • Prepare and present material to students as a group or individually to help master or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assisted students, individually and in groups, with lesson assignments to present and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provided individual or small group instruction to help students master assignment skills and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Worked with students on an individual and group basis to complete classroom assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Provided one on one assistance to students to reinforce learning concepts presented by the class teacher.
  • Helped 20-25 students individually or in groups with reading or math lessons to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assist children individually or in groups, with lesson assignments present or reinforce learning concepts.
  • Perform and reinforce learning concepts and strategies for students with mild to severe learning disabilities.
  • Assist students individually to help complete assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Instructed students, individually and in groups, to present and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assist children individually or in a small group to help reinforce learning concepts.

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14. Master Assignments

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Here's how Master Assignments is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Tutored and assisted children individually to help master assignments.
  • Managed children individually in small groups of 6 to helped them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Modified lesson plans for English Learner students in order to help them master assignments and reinforced learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Educate on a one on one, and or in small groups in order to help those master assignments.
  • Assist students individually and in small groups to help master assignments and reinforce learning concepts in biology.
  • Tutor and assist students in order to master assignments and reinforce concepts presented by the teacher.
  • Tutored students independently or in small groups to help them master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assisted children to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Tutored children individually or small groups for reinforcement or to help them master assignments.
  • Tutored/assisted individuals or small groups, helping them master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Tutor and assist children individually to help them master assignments by the teacher.
  • Tutored and assisted students helping them to master assignments and reinforcing learning concepts.
  • Tutor students in small groups in order to help them master assignments.
  • Help students' master assignments and reinforce learning concepts.
  • Tutored and assisted students individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignmentsand to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Assisted childern individually and in small groups to help them master assignments in math, science and language arts.
  • Tutored students in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by instructor.
  • master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts by teachers.

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15. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Participated in IEP meetings, providing input on effectiveness of interventions and strategies for individual students.
  • Served as Examiner/Proctor for statewide/district tests; provided testing accommodation for IEP students.
  • Collaborated with various teachers; positively impacting the application of student IEP adaptions.
  • Implement strategies and interventions for individualized education programs and target IEP goals.
  • Co-developed behavioral modifications and implemented IEP's for students.
  • Facilitate special education department IEP assessments.
  • Assist teacher in developing and applying individualized Education Program (IEP) Development plans for Special Needs students with Behavioral Problems.
  • Provide one on one tutoring to students who need additional help in concentrated areas (students with IEP as well)
  • Provided classroom coverage as well as Individual Education Plan (IEP) meeting coverage in the absence of lead teacher.
  • Implement Individual Education Program (IEP) goals (teaching and reducing behavior) using behavioral model appropriately and consistently.
  • Helped develop and followed individual education plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, physical, and social development.
  • Assist the teacher in the implementation of students' behavior plans, following all procedures as outlined in the IEP.
  • Compiled data on students' progress within individual education programs (IEP's) using daily Anecdotal Record Sheet.
  • Participate in preparing grade level curriculum and team meetings, parent conferences, IEP meetings, and field trips.
  • Developed activities and lesson plans to enhance student's educational development based on Individual Educational Plan (IEP).
  • Assist the Lead Teacher in the implementation of the students IEP's and Behavior Intervention Plan as appropriate.
  • Worked individually with the child to reinforce learning of material or skills illustrated in the IEP/ treatment plan.
  • Presented results of IEP achievement goals at monthly meetings to school director, teacher, and related therapists.
  • Communicated with supervisor, and parents for the purpose of assisting in evaluating progress and/or implementing IEP objectives.
  • Attended IEP meetings for the purpose of assisting with the writing and discussion of goals met and progressing.

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16. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Worked collaboratively with teachers, students, parents and other staff members to implement independent educational programs and behavior contracts.
  • Answer phones*Perform filing*Data Entry*Circulated Mail to staff members*Teacher's assistance*Assisting student with module assignments*Monitoring classes*Setting up meeting*Filing and photocopying materials
  • Maintained accurate assessment databases and ensured concrete delivery of premium service to office administration and other staff members.
  • Communicated effectively and cooperated with families, relevant external personnel, and staff members.
  • Coached and mentored new staff members on working effectively with students and operational procedures.
  • Developed positive relationships between parents and staff members to ensure quality service.
  • Developed constructive and cooperative working relationships with students and staff members.
  • Facilitated successful teamwork and cooperation between staff members and students.
  • Communicate effectively with students, staff members and supervisors.
  • Work efficiently and cooperatively with other staff members.
  • Worked collaboratively with diverse teachers and staff members.
  • Provide administrative assistance to other staff members.
  • Collaborated with educational staff members.
  • Do a thorough cleaning of the classroom to create a safe environment for children and other staff members of the school.
  • Collaborated and communicated with parents and other staff members to make sure children's developmental and daily needs were being meet.
  • Assisted staff members with toddlers of special needs such as (Autism, Down syndrome, Global Delays, etc.)
  • Assist administrators and other staff members in the orderly, expedient and safe transition of students from classroom to bus area.
  • Developed a professional relationship with staff members as well as an inspiration for a future career opportunity in the teaching field.
  • Worked with under the supervision of 3 - 4 different staff members weekly in classes of 15 -20 students per class.
  • Collaborate with the school supervisor and staff members to assess the student s needs and how best to address them.

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17. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Interpreted for Spanish-speaking parents and guardians Maintained a safe play environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness and organization.
  • Maintained a safe play environment and sanitized equipment.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children, also created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Maintained a safe play environment; Taught educational lessons; Sanitized toys and cleaned play areas; Performed excellent customer service duties
  • Observed children for signs of illness, injury, emotional disturbance, learning Established a safe play environment for the children
  • Created a Rapport with parents and students Maintained a safe play environment by observing and monitoring children's play activities.
  • Established a safe play environment, prepared nutritious meals and instructed children on proper health and personal daily habits.
  • Maintained safe play environment including removing damaged toys, washing and disinfecting chairs, toys and table tops.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children and a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Maintain a safe play environment, keep daily track of children's health and maintain records.
  • Maintain a safe play environment for the children while observing and monitoring the children's play.
  • Assisted the teacher in the classroom by providing a safe play environment for the children.
  • Planned all activities, games and creative crafts in a fun and safe play environment.
  • Maintained a safe play environment; organized toys and materials for each activity area.
  • Maintained a safe play environment for 13 children ages three to six years old.
  • Ensured fun and safe play environment for children ages 18 months to 5 years.
  • Maintained a safe play environment and observed and monitor children's play activities.
  • Maintained a safe play environment by making sure it was neat and organized.
  • Maintained a safe play environment by carefully monitoring a children's activities.
  • Keep play areas organized and tidy to ensure a safe play environment.

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18. Present Subject Matter

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Here's how Present Subject Matter is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Present subject matter to students using supervised role-playing methods.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction of teachers, using lectures, discussions, or supervised role playing methods.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers, using role playing methods and hands on activities.
  • Present subject matter, utilizing a variety of methods and techniques, such as lecture, discussion and supervised role playing.
  • Demonstrated and used teaching aids and visuals to present subject matter to class under the supervision of the instructor.
  • Present subject matter to students in different methods including lectures, discussions, and supervised role playing methods.
  • Present subject matter in accordance with Texas Education Agency guidelines and the school s administrative regulations and policies.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers, using lectures and discussions.
  • Present subject matter to toddlers under the direction and guidance of the teacher using supervised role-playing methods.
  • Present subject matter to students with different learning abilities under the direction and guidance of teachers.
  • Prepared lessons materials, present subject matter to students under direct and guidance of teacher.
  • Present subject matter to students in professor's absence, via lectures and discussion.
  • Present subject matter to students utilizing a variety of teaching methods and techniques.
  • Present subject matter to students, discussions, role playing methods.
  • Present subject matter to students under guidance of master teacher.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction of teacher/principal.
  • Present subject matter to the students.
  • Present subject matter of students under the direction and guidance of teacher, discussions, or supervised roleplaying methods.
  • Instruct and monitor students in the classroom Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance o teachers.
  • Present subject matter to students under the direction of teacher Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups.

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19. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted classroom teacher with teaching objectives, behavioral management, supervision, giving and collecting homework assignments.
  • Provided assistance with weekly homework assignments and exam preparation for students enrolled in Statistics & Experimental Design
  • Graded homework assignments, provided feedback, and maintained confidentiality of student information.
  • Worked closely with daycare provider to create stimulating classroom and homework assignments.
  • Provided assistant with homework assignments and monitored behaviors in an after-school setting.
  • Assisted students in laboratory studies, including identifying minerals/rocks and homework assignments.
  • Assist elementary school age children in completing homework assignments.
  • Assisted students in completing lab assignments and graded homework assignments
  • Prepared course materials including homework assignments and handouts.
  • Organized multimedia for homework assignments and class sessions.
  • Monitored and directly assisted students with homework assignments.
  • Tutored students with homework assignments monitored their progress.
  • Coached and mentored students in completing homework assignments.
  • Prepared daily classwork/homework assignments and craft projects.
  • Provided children with assistance with Homework assignments.
  • Provided help/explanation with completion of homework assignments.
  • Organized Student Activities and homework assignments as needed
  • Graded homework assignments and conducted tutoring sessions.
  • Assisted professors in grading the homework assignments
  • Facilitated homework assignments and graded accordingly.

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20. Administration Policies

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Here's how Administration Policies is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students * Communicated daily with co-workers and parents of children
  • Enforce administration policies and provide a safe educational environment for every student.
  • Communicated administration policies and rules in order to demonstrate good listening skills.
  • Enforced administration policies and procedures governing students' performance and behavior.
  • Helped teachers prepare and maintain student records and enforced administration policies.
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students using behavior management techniques.
  • Provided a positive learning environment for children while enforcing administration policies.
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students to assure adherence.
  • Enforced administration policies and regulation guidelines governing students.
  • Enforced administration policies and rules accordingly with students.
  • Enforced administration policies pertaining to students.
  • Enforce administration policies and procedures.
  • Assist the class teacher implementing school programs and maintenance of students' records, as well as enforcing administration policies.
  • Collaborated with teaching staff to enforce administration policies and rules concerning conduct, attendance, safety, and dress codes.
  • Help the class teacher enforce administration policies and preparing such teaching aids like charts and graphs.
  • Supervised students in classrooms, halls, cafeterias, schoolyards, enforced administration policies and rules.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students, while providing a safe and nurturing environment.
  • Enforce classroom rules and administration policies to maintain classroom behavior and a positive learning environment.
  • Enforce administration policies and rules governing students Monitor, evaluate, and records conduct assessments
  • Enforced administration policies and rules governing students to ensure that all students remained safe.

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21. Extra Assistance

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Here's how Extra Assistance is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Worked directly with and provided extra assistance to developmentally delayed adults and young adults.
  • Reinforced learning concepts presented by teachers and provide extra assistance to non-English-speaking children.
  • Implemented lesson plans and provided extra assistance to children requiring one-on-one tutoring.
  • Implemented remedial programs for students requiring extra assistance in any subject area.
  • Provided differentiated instruction for students needing extra assistance.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with various disabilities.
  • Implemented remedial programs for students requiring extra assistance.
  • Observed and tracked children performance providing extra assistance.
  • Displayed student work in a manner relevant to their eye levels and skills Provided extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students through one-on-one sessions and group settings.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English speaking students or those with developmental delays.
  • Communicate and offer extra aid to child who may be falling behind or need extra assistance with the schoolwork.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as Autistic students in the Handle with Care Program.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English speaking students while utilizing active listening skills.
  • Provide extra assistance to children with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those who are cognitively delayed.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non English speaking students and their families.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs (foreigners, students with physical or mental disabilities).
  • Hosted classes in absence of professor and held TA sessions to service student's need for extra assistance.
  • Provide extra assistance to students who are non-English speakers, students with special needs and mental disabilities.
  • Aided students individually with extra assistance, in order to ensure their understanding of their academic studies.

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22. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Offered detailed daily reports, created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum, upheld all CPR and Ohio regulated certifications
  • Maintained certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator(AED).
  • Received CPR certification, sanitation and disinfecting certification, and other various curriculum training.
  • Participated in an individualized continuing education plan including CPR and First Aid.
  • Trained and received Medication Certification and CPR licenses, Autism Certification.
  • Completed Pediatric CPR and First-Aid certification as required.
  • Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) when necessary.
  • Carried out duties in diaper changes, proper hand washing, first aid, CPR, and AED with certified training.
  • Maintain certifications in: first aid, infant, child and adult CPR, child abuse recognition, communicable disease recognition.
  • Assisted teachers in daily duties like cleaning, preparing meals, drop off and pick up * CPR Certified * CDA Trained
  • Cared for injuries, sudden illnesses, and other medical emergencies: give first aid, CPR, oxygen, etc.
  • Completed various training, including first aid, CPR, defensive driving, HIPPA laws, medical administration, etc.
  • Attended annual meetings (SCIP & CPR), as well as, annuals/semi-annuals and monthly meetings for all individuals.
  • Maintained privacy of family and program information so that Provides First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) when needed.
  • Worked with High Reach Learning curriculum Completed ITE 115 computer training proficient in Word and Excel CPR and First Aid certified
  • Assisted teacher with teaching K-8 tutored grading filing teaching social skills substituting CPR trained supervised staff collecting daycare fee from parents
  • Teach fellow graduate and undergraduate students about SOCPROG and NetDraw, two programs used to conduct social network analyses.
  • Attend required Staff Meetings, kept certifications current (i.e., CPR/First Aid, food handlers, etc).
  • Completed certification in CPR and first aid; trained in PCM and MAC (medication under nurse supervision).
  • Completed yearly certifications for: Blood borne Pathogens, Diabetes Management, CDL, CPR, and First Aid.

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23. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted teachers with students in classroom settings including education and recreation activities, elementary and secondary school student levels.
  • Provided one-on-one support for students classified as having academic and behavioral issues in a mainstream classroom setting.
  • Assisted primary education instructors with formulating daily lesson plans to be completed daily within classroom settings.
  • Assisted teachers in classroom settings; Supervised educational and recreational activities; K-8 including Special Education
  • Job responsibility-Supporting and assisting children with developmental cognitive disabilities in the classroom setting daily.
  • Worked alongside special education teacher in a classroom setting coordinating individual lesson plans.
  • Implement individual educational and therapeutic programs within and outside the classroom setting.
  • Collaborate with support staff to carryover therapeutic interventions within the classroom setting.
  • Evaluated behavioral and educational progress in classroom setting for designated students.
  • Oversee fundamental activities of special needs children in elementary classroom setting.
  • Provided services to developmentally disabled children in classroom setting.
  • Implemented educational and recreational activities in a classroom setting.
  • Deescalated students having behavioral/conduct issues in the classroom setting.
  • Assisted in promoting cultural sensitivity throughout the classroom setting.
  • Unassisted supervision of children in classroom setting-brief periods
  • Collaborated with teacher in self-contained classroom setting.
  • Implemented behavior management programs throughout classroom settings.
  • Utilized technology within the classroom setting
  • Take care of children, play with them, read to them, and help them acclimate to a classroom setting.
  • Assisted special needs children in day to day activities in and out of the classroom setting while teaching basic life skills.

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24. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated and implemented teaching strategies geared toward five-year-old children in a classroom setting.
  • Monitored playground and classroom behavior for five-year-old children.
  • Work primarily consisted of teaching two-year-old children.
  • Assisted with potty training for 2 year old children Cleaned classroom each day to ensure it was up to safety standards.
  • Administered instruction to 5 and 6 year old children with autism and severe communication and functional impairments in a classroom setting.
  • Supervised three, four, and five-year old children, teaching them basic skills in reading, science, and math.
  • Provide a safe learning environment for 3, 4, and 5 yr old children, prepared lesson plans, supervised children
  • Assist with managing a classroom that consists of 15, 3-5 year old children who are ELL and have special needs.
  • Work as part of a team to develop and lead educational programs for 3, 4 and 5 year old children
  • Led reading, arts and crafts, role playing and sports activities for a group of fifteen 2-3 year old children
  • Assist the main classroom teacher, keep the classroom clean, provide entertainment to four year-old children, and teach.
  • Supervised children and followed lesson plans, taught children different things every day, worked with 18-24 month old children.
  • Assisted teacher in the supervision and education of 12 to 24 month old children in a variety of developmental aspects.
  • Assist head Montessori Teachers with lesson plans/classrooms* Interact with 12-18 month old children* Provide daily direct support for Teacher.
  • Assisted 2 year old children in potty training* Motivated to teach children age appropriate tasks* Assisted children in physical education
  • Assisted in the Implementation of Lesson Plans for three and four year old children and assisted with class supervision.
  • Provided close supervision of two and three year old children; monitored and aided children during their classroom work-time.
  • Instructed classes of up to 12 3-year-old children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Helped five to seven year old children with homework, check folders for work to send home with the children
  • Interacted daily with 2 to 4 year old children in areas of reading, mathematics, spelling and grammar.

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25. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared colorful monthly calendars and newsletters and assisted in developing positive attitude towards learning for the Pre-K class with parental interaction.
  • Helped plan develop and employ developmentally appropriate curriculum for children in Pre-Kindergarten classroom for up to 24 students.
  • Plan and implement other educational activities to enhance the growth and development of Pre-Kindergarten aged students.
  • Accompanied Autistic children to regular Pre-Kindergarten class and provided necessary support.
  • Assisted Pre-Kindergarten classroom teacher by overseeing classroom assignments and activities.
  • Aided Lead Teacher with implementing Pre-K curriculum and classroom management
  • Supervised Pre-Kindergarten children during educational and social activities.
  • Assisted head teacher with a Pre-Kindergarten curriculum.
  • Served as Pre-Kindergarten Instructional Team Lead
  • Worked with Pre-K students twice a week on their fine and gross motor skills by taking them outside to play.
  • Assisted classroom teacher with classroom activities, such as one-on-one interaction with academically advanced school age children (Pre-K-1st).
  • Instructed Pre-Kindergarten and accounted for 20 students in an early childhood environment for ages 3-6 with supervisory of lead teacher.
  • Provided instructions on Pre-K topics: alphabets, counting, shapes, colors, writing, arts/crafts, and storytelling.
  • Assist in the educational of students in Pre-K through 5th grades under the direction and guidance of the classroom teacher.
  • Worked with Nursery and Pre-K children in a classroom setting teaching basic math/language skills and arts and crafts.
  • Worked with various aged students from Pre-K to 8th grade, with 15 or more students per class.
  • Work in four different classrooms (Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Pre-K) varying throughout weeks.
  • Facilitated and observed Preschool, Pre-K and Kindergarten aged children in developing fine & gross motor skills.
  • Prepared lunch for Preschool and Pre-K aged children according to the Department of Health and Senior Services.
  • Assist Head Teacher with implementation of The Creative Curriculum and the Pre-Kindergarten Standards for the Common Core

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26. Attendance Records

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Here's how Attendance Records is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Managed students grades and attendance records - Provided consultation to students on campaign projects - Coordinated student presentations and activities
  • Maintained attendance records for General Biology course and Human Anatomy & Physiology; graded homework for General Biology.
  • Maintained class room attendance for accountability and also updated and maintained attendance records.
  • Maintained health, attendance records and supervised students during all recreational activities.
  • Checked for accuracy of attendance records and other data, maintaining confidentiality.
  • Collaborated with professor to coordinate instructional efforts and maintained attendance records.
  • Assisted administrative assistant with attendance records and various documents.
  • Maintained attendance records and completed daily attendance reports.
  • Graded exams and maintained accurate attendance records.
  • Organized student attendance records and evaluations.
  • Maintained attendance records using spreadsheet software.
  • Developed Behavioral Logs and attendance records.
  • Supervised and maintained attendance records.
  • Keep attendance records; maintains up to date emergency forms, individual child development profile and other records as needed.
  • Planned lessons for science activities, socialization presentations, kept attendance records as well as other necessary record keeping.
  • Maintain attendance records, daily notes, accident reports and collect data documents of student behavior for instructional purposes.
  • Assist with paperwork such as parent newsletters, student observations, emails, attendance records and student assignments daily.
  • Assist staff with routines including distributing and collecting supplies, keeping attendance records, and grading quizzes as assigned.
  • Logged student progression records, attendance records, and filed all completed paperwork from students in weekly folders.
  • Assisted the staff in performing administrative tasks, maintained enrollment, attendance records, and student progress records.

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27. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinate age appropriate academic/recreational activities for after school children, monitor student activities, and maintain safe environment.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, handled record-keeping, maintained a neat classroom and safe environment.
  • Maintain safe environment for students included and excluded from general education classrooms.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences and maintain a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintain emotionally and physically safe environment conducive to learning.
  • Assisted with curriculum and provided nurturing and safe environment
  • Secure a safe environment for children/ following regulations.
  • Provided a safe environment to facilitate teaching-learning process.
  • Provide assistance to Lead Teachers in the classroom with various indoor and outdoor activities while working to maintain a safe environment.
  • Monitor open lab activities, helps to enforce open labs rules and regulations, and helps to maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment at all times, to keep children free from danger, injury, and threat of harm.
  • Cared for fifteen children in the mornings, developed lesson plans, helped teacher with children, provided secure and safe environment
  • Work with students on their agility, word proficiency, numbers and motor skills, while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Assist with field trips, meals, readiness skills, and all other requirements to provide safe environment for children.
  • Provide a clean, safe environment, also potty train and also make sure each child is clean and safe.
  • Provided a tender, loving, caring and safe environment for infants ages 6 months to 3 years of age.
  • Provided a safe environment to teach young children, and assisted in the creation and execution of weekly lesson plans.
  • Assist students and teachers, assisted with after school activities, prepped activities and snacks, maintain a safe environment.
  • Assist the lead teacher in implementing lesson plans, and providing a safe environment for the children in the program.
  • Supervised children at all times and maintained safe environment with age appropriate activities including songs, games and storytelling.

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28. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared lesson materials and decorated bulletin boards exhibiting student work.
  • Decorated School bulletin boards to increase awareness of students achievements.
  • Prepared and displayed instructional materials and maintained bulletin boards updated.
  • Organize instruction material, including constructing bulletin boards and setting up
  • Created and utilized interactive bulletin boards in lessons.
  • Prepared instructional materials, bulletin boards and exhibits.
  • Create lesson-themed bulletin boards and organized classrooms.
  • Assisted in maintaining various classroom bulletin boards/displays.
  • Developed and decorated age appropriate bulletin boards.
  • Created tactile bulletin boards monthly for visually impaired
  • Encouraged student created theme-based bulletin boards.
  • Planned with and assisted teachers in preparing bulletin boards, field trips, materials and supplies in advance for the year/class.
  • Assist head teacher in putting up classwork onto bulletin boards also doing small group activities with children pertaining to weekly lesson.
  • Put learning projects together, create bulletin boards, grade papers, cover classrooms while the teacher is at meetings/conferences etc.
  • Assisted the teacher in preparing lesson plans, bulletin boards, coping materials, laminating, grading papers and testing.
  • Performed general clerical task such as laminating, making posters, making copies, bulletin boards, filing and newsletters.
  • Assist teachers with grading papers and tests, filing, photocopying, creating bulletin boards, and occasional recess supervision.
  • Assisted teacher with lessons, worked one on one with students, planned lessons, designed bulletin boards, graded papers
  • Started out as a volunteer helping teachers in faxing, bulletin boards, assist in class with reading, etc.
  • Complete clerical tasks set by head teacher; making copies of assignments, organizing folders, bulletin boards, etc.

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29. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained open communication with parents by editing weekly newsletter and conducting regular phone calls so that goals and expectations were clearly defined
  • Used copy machine to print duplicate of papers for professors, answer phone calls and passed out appointment slip for students.
  • Aided in preparation of curriculum, assisted teachers with office work; making copies, filing, & handling phone calls.
  • Organize for upcoming New Employee Orientations, organize files, and make phone calls to update or confirm information non-profit organization.
  • Provided assistance to the secretary by making phone calls and interviewing references for those who were scheduled to be interviewed personally.
  • Assisted in grading papers, took attendance, proctored exams, answered and directed phone calls, helped students register for courses
  • Performed administrative and receptionist duties such as handling light paperwork, answered phone calls and handled cash payments from parents.
  • Maintain flow of communication throughout the school: answer phone calls, relay messages to faculty as well as students.
  • Support the administration by answering phone calls, responding emails, document filing, and conducting tours of the facility.
  • Assisted the Assistant Director in her classroom, which included answering phone calls and taking or delivering messages as necessary.
  • Filed documents, made phone calls to those interested in joining our team and logged information into the computer system.
  • Helped secretaries and administrators in the main office by answering phone calls, making photo copies, and laminating materials.
  • Watch and supervise children, plan daily activities, answer incoming phone calls, responsible for daily cleaning duties.
  • Direct phone calls and emails from parents and professionals about the day care and a specific child's well-being.
  • Assist the director in Filing, faxing, copying and entering data, answering multiple phone calls and emails.
  • Organized papers, recorded grades, cleaned and organized office space, and answered phone calls and took messages.
  • Performed office tasks including making and receiving telephone calls, drafting case papers, filing important documents, etc.
  • Assisted the Director with shopping, cooking, filing, monthly reports, phone calls, incidents, etc,
  • Answer and direct phone calls and questions, as well as do major mailings out for the college.
  • Assist lead teacher in all activities, answered phone calls from existing and prospect parents, and light cleaning

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30. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentations used to incorporate creative lessons for daily teaching consistent with teaching multiple grade levels at once.
  • Designed and facilitated PowerPoint presentation on radio production for a maximum of 40 students.
  • Created Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for class curriculum and visual aid learning.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations summarizing research projects and presented at national conferences.
  • Developed PowerPoint documents and other educational teaching materials for class usage.
  • Assisted in administrative duties including class preparation and updating PowerPoint presentations.
  • Provided computer support to classroom working on PowerPoint presentations.
  • Assisted professor with weekly PowerPoint and video presentations.
  • Created PowerPoint Presentations for lectures and study materials.
  • Assisted students with class projects and PowerPoint presentations
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentations for the students.
  • Present PowerPoint presentation regarding program curriculum.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations used for learning.
  • Designed advanced PowerPoint presentations for lectures.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations on weekly topics.
  • Conducted lessons and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Completed presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Have mastered use of Microsoft Office software such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and am competent using internet and email
  • Answered any questions that students had, taught kids how to use Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft word, and Microsoft excel.
  • Tutor parole and probation High School Students Mentor the students Install software Teach the basics of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

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31. Record Relevant Data

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Here's how Record Relevant Data is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Observe students performances, and record relevant data to assess progress.-Develop weekly plans, activities, and classroom set ups.
  • Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress and present progress or problems during parent-teacher conferences.
  • Observed student s behavioral difficulties before or after escalation and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Observed students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.FORT KNOX FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Observe children's performance, and record relevant data to monitor progress.
  • Observe student's performance, and record relevant data to asses programs.
  • Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Grade student's assignments and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Observed students'performance, and record relevant data to asses progress.
  • Observe students performance and record relevant data.
  • Participated in teacher-parent conferences regarding students' progress or problems Observed students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress
  • Assist in bus loading and unloading Observe student's performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Grade homework and record scores.Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Supervised students inside classrooms and playground.Observed students performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Observe students's performance, and record relevant data to assess programs or problems .
  • Provide disabled students with assistive devices, and supportive Technology Observe students' performance and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Job Duties: Teacher Assistant Tutor and assist children Observe students' performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
  • Record and organize student test scores, homework and participation Observe student performance and record relevant data General office duties
  • Observe students performance, and record relevant data to assess progress Maintained a clean learning environment.

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32. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted in conducting and supervising Individual Support Plans and educational activities in accordance with State special education guidelines.
  • Engaged elementary school students in small group activities involving literacy, performing arts, and various educational activities.
  • Created lesson plans specific to individual children to ensure a full range of developmentally appropriate educational activities.
  • Executed and supervised educational activities, arranged instructional material; maintained a positive and productive classroom environment.
  • Assist head teacher with scheduling and implementing educational activities augmented by playful interactions in the classroom.
  • Prepared the daily art activity and worked with preschool age children on Montessori educational activities.
  • Supervised and ensured the safety of up to ten children during recreational and educational activities.
  • Generated creative and educational activities to ensure that child care center curricula were efficiently fulfilled.
  • Provide educational activities to school aged children to develop cooperation skills for future development.
  • Implemented educational activities for all children, assist and participated in all recreational activities.
  • Plan a variety of educational activities that encourage and intellectually stimulate to accommodate needs.
  • Planned and implement social and educational activities for 28 special education middle/high school students.
  • Assisted Baltimore city public school students with homework and both recreational educational activities.
  • Arranged creative and educational activities for students, stimulating daily learning and development.
  • Provide active, enthusiastic encouragement to the children while assisting with educational activities.
  • Supported lead instructor with general supervision and management of students during educational activities.
  • Transported Students to various educational activities, cafeteria, restrooms and agency vehicles.
  • Collaborated with group-leader to plan educational activities for an enhanced learning experience.
  • Provide supervision and instruction of children in school to optimize educational activities.
  • Motivated children to engage in educational activities by playing educational games.

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33. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Encouraged independence by successfully potty training students and facilitating social interactions.
  • Helped the child with his/her clothing, wash-up, potty training routines, as well as lunch, snack and cleanup.
  • Follow a daily curriculum which includes numbers, colors, letters, teeth brushing, potty training, and cleaning up.
  • Monitored children during numerous activities up to and including the process of potty training and also following curriculum set by corporate.
  • Washed toys, assisted with potty training, changed diapers, and removed broken toys from classrooms and the playground.
  • Change of diapers, help the children work with needed skills such as potty training, writing, and reading.
  • Assist in caring for children, assist with eating, potty training, changing diapers, assist in educational needs.
  • Help teacher with various classroom duties such as potty training, scheduling, changing diapers, and other various activities.
  • Sanitized and cleaned room daily, potty training, and provided end of day progress reports to parents and guardians.
  • Perform arts and crafts, and recess, Duties included were feeding the infants and potty training the younger kids.
  • Change the children who are still in diapers, help the ones who need help if needing for potty training.
  • Created lesson plans and taught children helping them to learn social skills and manners; also taught potty training.
  • Assist and coordinates snacks, meals, nap time and bathroom activities (including diapering and potty training).
  • Help to maintain a neat an organized classroom and teach children good habits of personal hygiene and potty training.
  • Implemented sign language, potty training, parallel play, dialogue, directional skills, etc into daily routine.
  • Assist Lead Teacher with daily activities; such as meals, potty training, outside play, etc.
  • Attended to children's physical needs including serving meals, changing diapers, dressing, and potty training.
  • Planned activities, monitored playtime, prepared meals, assisted parents with potty training, and indoor/outdoor activities.
  • Worked to ensure a safe and clean environment for the children in addition to assisting with potty training.
  • Assisted in potty training toddlers; Prepare monthly art projects and activities coordinated bulletin board with teacher activities.

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34. Office Hours

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Here's how Office Hours is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Repaired equipment and instructed students in equipment/software usage during weekly office hours.
  • Facilitated weekly office hours and assisted students on Marriage and Family Sociology topics
  • Addressed student inquiries individually and in group environments within designated office hours.
  • Provided feedback and assistance to students regarding laboratory assignments during weekly office hours
  • Established procedures for ensuring accurate coordination of office hours and testing.
  • Provide individualized attention to students during office hours.
  • Advised students individually during weekly office hours.
  • Tutored individuals weekly outside normal office hours.
  • Performed academic tutoring during office hours.
  • Attend weekly seminars, teaching one class per quarter, conducting regular office hours, and tutoring math and statistic students.
  • Worked in developing problem solving and practical software engineering skills for aspiring young developers through weekly office hours and assignment feedback.
  • Presented a guest lecture and held office hours to increase student understanding of course material in an upper division psychology course.
  • Meet with students during office hours and address any questions or misunderstandings about the materials covered in class or the assignments.
  • Graded quizzes and portfolio projects, answered emails, assisted students with statistics problems during classes, tutored students during office hours
  • Facilitate discussions, grade assignments, maintain online office hours and provide constructive feedback for the 250 students in my section.
  • Served as lab and recitation instructor for Physics I and II and was responsible for planning lessons and holding office hours.
  • Educated students outside of the classroom during flexible office hours; assisted with editing projects, editing techniques and study strategies.
  • Conducted weekly study sessions for students and held office hours three days a week to provide help and guidance on assignments.
  • Led my own weekly office hours for students to take advantage of if they had any questions about course material.
  • Planned student field trips for the professor; prepared assignments; taught class on occasion; and held office hours.

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35. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • 15059*Performed all student-related data entry*Processed withdrawals*Monitored student attendance*Maintained student/school correspondence*Assisted Instructional Supervisors as needed*Performed extra duties as assigned by Academy Leader
  • Performed administrative duties as needed; composed correspondence, conducted data entry and answered incoming calls routing to appropriate personnel.
  • Organized and maintained complex data entry for several students, and provided support in a behaviorally intensive environment.
  • Performed data entry into reporting system, filed each student work separately for future evaluations/meetings.
  • Performed administrative tasks including preparation of Power Point presentations, data entry, and analysis.
  • Maintained accurate documentation/anecdotal notes on students for data entry to produce reports as needed.
  • Monitored student's attendance and provided data entry support concerning student's academic progress.
  • Performed administrative functions including data entry, routine school-to-parent correspondence, and record-keeping.
  • Perform data entry inputting and update students' personal and academic information.
  • Assisted Director with data entry and generating required reports using Microsoft Suite.
  • Provided administrative and clerical support; filed documents and performed data entry.
  • Prepared and graded assignments, helped students one-on-one, performed data entry
  • Prepared special programs for certain tasks like data entry and statistical analysis
  • Performed various data entry in custom software and computer applications.
  • Performed data entry of all attendance/grading register for all instructors.
  • Performed data entry involving students performance in lecture and laboratory.
  • Performed data entry and prepared exams -Composed and performed study sessions
  • Performed accelerated data entry accounts by providing verifiable detailed information.
  • Monitor data entry to distinguish any student behavioral changes.
  • Performed data entry and organized activities for students.

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36. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Implement positive one-on-one behavior interventions to improve developmental disabilities
  • Provide supportive counseling and behavioral management skills to students with developmental disabilities and to students served in individual or group settings.
  • Implemented behavioral modification plans and applied behavioral analysis to ensure positive reinforcement for individuals with developmental disabilities and high-risk behavioral problems.
  • Supported elementary, middle and high school students, diagnosed with Autism characteristics and other Developmental disabilities during class sessions.
  • Reinforced lessons presented by the teacher, occupational therapist and speech pathologist by reviewing material with students with developmental disabilities.
  • Maintained regular contact and provided assistance to parents with special needs * Managed class while attending to individuals with learning/developmental disabilities
  • Have worked specifically with children who have developmental disabilities as needed exercises and games designed to facilitate their development.
  • Implemented behavioral and educational programs for one on one student with developmental disabilities, behavioral and/or mental health issues.
  • Assist students with developmental disabilities and support them in an educational setting to meet their individual educational goals.
  • Provided assistance to teachers in the areas of daily management and instruction of students with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided services to children with behavioral problems, individuals with medically complex needs, and developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted teacher in curriculum and non-instructional activities in a self-contained setting classroom of students with developmental disabilities.
  • Provided assistance to children with developmental disabilities to help them realize their full potential and maximize self-sufficiency.
  • Provided daily instruction for a Special Education class consisting of 8 students with profound developmental disabilities.
  • Completed certification in Crisis Management, Preventing Abuse and Neglect, and Overview of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Assisted in classroom learning and behavioral rehabilitation at a school exclusively for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with teachers to ensure that students with developmental disabilities followed an individualized education plan.
  • Assisted the teacher with implementing goals and exercise routines for adults with autistic and developmental disabilities
  • Provide instructional support and assistance to students who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities including autism.
  • Assisted in promoting a welcoming and safe learning environment for children who possessed developmental disabilities.

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37. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Created and implemented developmentally stimulating and appropriate curriculum
  • Collaborated with the classroom teacher to plan and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for students based off academic and social needs.
  • Designed a developmental appropriate curriculum and instruction that encourages individual and group learning, skill development, reflection & critical thinking
  • Create developmentally appropriate curriculum- assist with class organization-Use TS Gold to conduct regular observations - participate in home visits-Facilitate class activities
  • Supervised the activities of the teaching assistant to insure effective and appropriate curriculum content and to monitor established safety procedures.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and assessments of individual children and goals jointly developed by parents/guardians.
  • Developed age-appropriate curriculum materials, bulletin board displays, exhibits, and demonstrations to enhance cognitive abilities in children.
  • Assist in the planning and implementation individualized developmentally appropriate curriculum as per Early Head Start Performance Standards.
  • Created curriculum and activity schedule on a monthly basis, implemented age-appropriate curriculum throughout the day.
  • Support classroom teacher in implementing a developmentally-appropriate curriculum for a group of twelve special needs children.
  • Provided a comfortable, nurturing environment with age-appropriate curriculum that is enjoyable for its children.
  • Assisted with implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflected observations and goals of individual children.
  • Developed age-appropriate curriculum designed to stimulate language development, gross & fine motor skills.
  • Implemented age appropriate curriculum and established and maintained supportive relationship with children and parents.
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum including gross motor, fine motor and sensory components.
  • Supported classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for early childhood education.
  • Participated in the America Reads program by preparing and implementing age appropriate curriculum.
  • Supported 3 classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for elementary students.
  • Collaborate with the classroom teacher to plan and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Help in the implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.

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38. Class Rooms

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Here's how Class Rooms is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assist and monitor all class rooms during teacher breaks/Teacher absent days Assist children with learning assignments Office Admin Teacher for Nap Room
  • Provided sound coordination and arrangement for field sprees such as lifting the children from the class rooms or the bus stops.
  • Assist in class rooms with the teachers during group time, projects and assisting in breakfast and lunch set up.
  • Assisted Head Teachers in creating a safe, comfortable and fun learning environment for children in the class rooms.
  • Assist in various class rooms daily, helping individual students as well as small groups, specifically in Kindergarten.
  • Rotate to different class rooms, Assist students with class work, in a group setting/ one on one.
  • Rotated assistance between class rooms based on teacher s needs for infant and toddlers, ages 0 to 5.
  • Assisted the teacher in supervising students in the classroom to ensure students are following and meeting class rooms expectations.
  • Prepare curriculum for class rooms that ranged between the ages of 1 to 7 years of age.
  • Close up the other class rooms and make sure kids parents pick them up on time.
  • Observed 15 hours of elementary school class rooms (k-5th) for a special education course.
  • Assisted the lead teacher in various class rooms with all aspects of early childhood development.
  • Evaluated and monitored students' performance while assisting teachers between two first grade class rooms.
  • Assisted in various clerical duties, maintained inventory control and cleaned the class rooms.
  • Supervised students in class rooms, halls, school yards and on field trips.
  • Assisted children on play ground, in cafeteria, class rooms and gymnasium.
  • Set up class rooms and organize the classroom at the end of service.
  • Assisted with setup of the class rooms, play areas & meals preparation.
  • Answer telephones, supervise lunches, study hall, and other class rooms.
  • Managed the individuals that were unable to act appropriate in class rooms.

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39. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Provided instruction and personal care to students with multiple disabilities in a self-contained special education classroom.
  • Provided personal care, treatment and rehabilitation to individuals diagnosed with mental illness.
  • Facilitated teaching personal care behaviors, including toilet training and feeding.
  • Provided personal care to students needing additional attention.
  • Facilitated personal care for students with special needs when required, including toileting, medication, personal hygiene, and dressing.
  • Supported students with developmental disabilities in classroom activities such as academic work, social interactions with peers, and personal care.
  • Provided personal care for students requiring assistance in feeding, toileting, lifting and other personal needs, as required.
  • Assist with daily living skills; attend to personal care needs, day service activities, transporting and other activities.
  • Worked closely with teachers to provide instruction and personal care to infants, toddlers, and preschool aged children.
  • Assisted special needs students with personal care needs (e.g., bathroom use, eating, and dressing).
  • Provided care and supervision to children 12 to 24 months including but not limited to personal care and meals
  • Provide assistance with activities of daily living including personal care activities (toileting, showering, etc.)
  • Assist children with personal care tasks that include washing hands, using the restroom, and wash-up routines.
  • Assisted with students with severe and multiple mental and/or physical disabilities and a Personal care assistant to students.
  • Prepared lunches, maintained personal care and hygiene of students, such as changing diapers and clothes.
  • Administered bedside and personal care to mentally and physically disabled patients, such as personal hygiene assistance.
  • Provided a safe and sanitized work environment provided personal care of state requirement, rules and regulations.
  • Provided or supervise personal care, medical care, and feeding of students as stated in IEP.
  • Assisted in the PPCD classroom with personal care and instructions for children ages 3 to 5 years.
  • Assist special needs students on taking notes, helping with mobility issues, and personal care needs.

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40. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Provide day to day leadership and management assuring high quality services for and adolescent population with behavioral issues.
  • Worked closely with administration implementing school policies and procedures regarding behavioral issues.
  • Counseled & developed alternative plans of action for students exhibiting behavioral issues.
  • Guided and provided help to students regarding educational and behavioral issues.
  • Assist children with social behavioral issues/ help motivate different behavior.
  • Documented behavioral issues and implemented behavioral therapy to adjust behavior.
  • Communicated with parents regarding behavioral issues and company's policies.
  • Participated in Behavioral Intervention Plan for students with behavioral issues.
  • Developed relaxation procedure for student with emotional and behavioral issues.
  • Worked with assigned student with developmental and behavioral issues.
  • Attended parent-teachers meetings and informed parents of behavioral issues.
  • Conduct meetings and conferences regarding educational and behavioral issues.
  • Supervised students with behavioral issues on an individual basis.
  • Focused on children with learning disabilities and behavioral issues
  • Monitored and addressed behavioral issues in classroom.
  • Mentored and reconciled behavioral issues with students.
  • Developed special talent for handling behavioral issues.
  • Assisted with behavioral issues/positive reinforcement.
  • Worked one-on- one with students with learning disabilities, behavioral issues, and emotionally disturbed students as well as bi-polar students.
  • Assisted in IEP implementation by providing direct educational and behavioral services to individuals on the autism spectrum and with behavioral issues.

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41. Class Attendance

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Here's how Class Attendance is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Conduct class attendance, documentation, and organizing and supervised recreational activities.
  • Managed and maintained class attendance records with Microsoft Applications.
  • Maintained class attendance and participation records/ performed various clerical duties
  • Collected class attendance and recorded grades for participation assignments.
  • Monitored class attendance, maintaining accurate attendance records.
  • Recorded class attendance and completed assignments.
  • Grade students tests and home works, Help out students with work, Organize teacher paper works, Takes class attendance
  • Take class attendance, maintain computers in classrooms and laboratories, and assist students with hardware and software use.
  • Managed class attendance and records through data entry systems; entered grades, under instructor supervision, into records.
  • Take class attendance, and maintain attendance records -Attend staff meetings, and serve on committees as required.
  • Plan and prepare activities for the children, taking class attendance, and maintaining attendance records.
  • Look over homework and tests * Greeted parents / Organized and supervised games * Take class attendance
  • Provided assistance to lead teacher such as taking class attendance, and maintain attendance records.
  • Take class attendance, maintain classroom organization, distribute lunch and maintain attendance records.
  • Accounted for class attendance, attendance records, and live classroom recordings of courses.
  • Maintained daily class attendance for over 75 sessions and tallied points for group games.
  • Helped teachers keep in track with class attendance, assignments, and grades.
  • Prepare lesson materials, Take class attendance, and maintain attendance records.
  • Managed scheduling of scanners for keeping track of student's class attendance.
  • Documented and kept records of students' grades and class attendance.

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42. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Provided classroom support to students and teacher /Created and maintained accurate student records and Implemented classroom incentives to reinforce positive behavior.
  • Maintained student records manually, updating enrollment information, providing details requested by Children's Services, and organizing state-testing materials.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by Federal Head Start and Universal Pre-Kindergarten, or administrative regulations.
  • Provided instructional and clerical support including organizing, maintaining and updating student records.
  • Provided assistance to students with weak study areas and maintained confidential student records
  • Created an alternative filing system that manages student records while increasing productivity.
  • Provide clerical and administrative support to teacher including maintaining student records.
  • Facilitated Accelerated Reader program in the classroom and maintained student records.
  • Collected and recorded student data maintaining confidentiality of all student records.
  • Corrected minor behavioral problems and maintained strict confidentiality concerning student records.
  • Assisted class teachers with differentiating lesson plans and maintaining student records
  • Perform administrative tasks such as photocopying and maintaining student records.
  • Communicate effectively with parents and keep accurate student records.
  • Maintained student records to promote confidentiality and updated documentation.
  • Prepared and processed confidential support documentation for student records.
  • Maintained classroom materials, student records and medical information.
  • Maintained medical, attendance and other confidential student records.
  • Managed student records with high level of confidentiality.
  • Maintained student records and student safety and security.
  • File and prepare student records alphabetically or chronologically.

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43. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Organized and labeled materials to promote exploration and imaginative play.
  • Provide a variety of materials for children, ages 5-7, to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for children to explore and manipulate while using both learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Supervised and led children in exploration and manipulation of a variety of classroom materials, both in learning and imaginative play.
  • Assisted the teacher with various tasks within the classroom, including learning centers, arts and crafts projects and imaginative play.
  • Provide resources for children to explore, manipulate and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Created a classroom environment that was conductive to learning, imaginative play, self-help skills, and socialization.
  • Generated a variety of materials for infants to explore and use in learning activities in imaginative play.
  • Developed an enjoyable and inspirational learning environment through music, reading, art, and imaginative play.
  • Lead children to explore, and use resources, in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Assisted in daily classroom activities, fostered student interest in books, computers and imaginative play.
  • Provided a healthy and safety environment for children to explore and use there imaginative play.
  • Assist in creating a classroom environment that was productive to, socialization and imaginative play.
  • Guided children in imaginative play, such as dress up, reading, and songs.
  • Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore and encourage imaginative play.
  • Used a variety of materials to engage children in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided activities to manipulate children's minds for use in imaginative play.
  • Help with learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Played games, created imaginative play with students.
  • Employed avariety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.

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44. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Composed a two-week unit complied of math, spelling, science, social studies, art, and reading lesson plans.
  • Use a range of office software, including email, spreadsheets and databases to prepare Vietnamese and Vietnamese Social Studies curriculum.
  • Assist children with everyday activities from eating, brushing teeth and hair, to teaching subjects like math and social studies.
  • Developed and implemented lessons in math, language arts, social studies, and science in a classroom of 26 students.
  • Assisted elementary students grade level 5 in reading, math, and social studies, and assisted teacher in grading assignments.
  • Created and planned lessons for reader's workshop, word study, writer's workshop, math, and social studies.
  • Provided one-on-one and small group tutoring in basic skills of reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
  • Introduced theme-related activities and lessons approved by lead teacher, to students in 5th and 6th grade social studies and science.
  • Assisted six head teachers and provided instructional support to students in reading, language arts, math, and social studies.
  • Use of *Developed lessons in English Language Arts, Math, Science Technology in and Social Studies using SMART board technology.
  • Teach small groups Reading, Social Studies, Science and Math on a daily basis/ Teach whole group activities as needed.
  • Provided teacher with assistance in Math, Writing, Reading, and Social Studies lessons to first and second grade students.
  • Assisted her when she asked me too such as reading her science, social studies, and English lesson plans.
  • Have planned and implemented different lessons in Science Social Studies and language arts with and without the teacher's assistance.
  • Developed and prepared materials for core academic subjects (Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts).
  • Helped explain and show students how to do English and Mathematics, Social Studies, Science assignments when needed help.
  • Assist teachers with several courses including Physical Education, Music Appreciation, Arithmetic, Spelling, Social Studies, Technology.
  • Helped children to develop a broader understanding of many subjects such as math, reading, science and social studies.
  • Plan lessons for and teach guided groups in the areas of English Language Arts, Math, and Social Studies.
  • Tutored as many as 8 students who needed help in reading, math, social studies, and science.

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45. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with educational and psychological testing and exercises to resolve student learning and behavioral problems by encouraging a therapy based environment.
  • Execute and maintain appropriate student-centered discipline techniques and effective classroom management strategies to maximize student learning and time-on-task.
  • Observed an integrated classroom with a project based curriculum Guided student learning with various projects in cooperative groups
  • Developed effective relationships with colleagues and community members to promote a high level of student learning
  • Recorded observations about student learning and progress and developed individual education plans for at-risk students.
  • Developed and implemented interactive learning mediums to increase student learning in grade-level subjects.
  • Assisted mentor teacher with material preparation, tutoring & supporting student learning during instruction
  • Provided innovative study methodologies to enhance student learning and evaluate student progress.
  • Facilitated student learning by addressing goals in students' individualized education programs.
  • Assisted instructor with preparing student learning materials and performed data entry.
  • Enhanced the student learning experience by implementing interactive exercises and technology.
  • Aided and enhanced student learning on effective collegiate writing and communication.
  • Planned daily activities that fostered student learning and communicated with parents.
  • Used educational technology when appropriate to enhance student learning and engagement.
  • Communicated with parents concerning any issues with student learning and progress.ACTIVITIES
  • Worked with students individually to ensure student learning and achievement.
  • Proctored and evaluated university student learning in nutrition labs and exams
  • Assisted student learning in Adult Basic Education and Telecommunications.
  • Prepared and developed lesson plans to facilitate student learning.
  • Complete necessary paperwork and documentation to facilitate student learning.

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46. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Participated on committee responsible for choosing new curriculum for different subject areas.
  • Identified underachieving students and provided tutoring in all subject areas.
  • Employed interdisciplinary connections to reinforce multiple subject areas.
  • Developed International Baccalaureate lessons for all subject areas.
  • Demonstrated command of subject areas to assist students in gaining academic concepts, peer and teacher interactions, and self motivation.
  • Assisted Lead Teacher with the design and facilitation of weekly lesson plans and activities for grades K-5 in various subject areas.
  • Translate School documents (English/Spanish)Instruct k-12 students in various Subject Areas;Algebra, Chemistry, Geography and English.
  • Provide extra help for the teacher in all subject areas for in a 7th and 8th grade special education classroom.
  • Assist class teacher with teaching various subject areas, one and one assistance to students and assist with data entry.
  • Helped students in low-income communities in after school program with homework in subject areas of math, reading and spelling.
  • Assisted the primary teacher by preparing agendas in various subject areas (math, reading, spelling, etc.)
  • Participated in teacher direction, whole class activities in science, math, and art subject areas in 2nd grade.
  • Tutored students in Mathematics and English to enhance their academic achievement and level of understanding in the subject areas.
  • Discovered the challenges faced by these students such as a delay in other subject areas due to language barriers.
  • Work with special needs students from Kindergarten to High School in the Milwaukee County area in all subject areas.
  • Work directly with licensed teachers in the classroom setting to provide support to students in all subject areas.
  • Prepare lesson plans, bulletin boards displays, exhibits, equipment and demonstrations assigned to specific subject areas.
  • Developed age appropriate subject areas and lessons for early childhood students ages 3, 4 and 5.
  • Provide daily instruction of all core subject areas to include: ESL, PE and Vocational Courses.
  • Provided individual and small group tutoring to students in subject areas where the students needed additional attention.

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47. Label Materials

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Here's how Label Materials is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Observe students' performances and organize and label materials by participating in teacher-parent conferences.
  • Organize and label materials and display student work in a manner appropriate for their individualized special needs.
  • Organize and label materials such as textbooks, workbooks, paper, and pencils to students.
  • Organize and label materials and display children's work appropriate for their eye levels.
  • Grade homework and tests, organize and label materials, faxing and photo copying
  • Organize and label materials for students work appropriate for their age.
  • Prepare lesson materials, bulletin board displays, and label materials.
  • Organize and label materials and display students' works.
  • Distribute teaching materials, organize and label materials.
  • Organize and label materials and display to children.
  • Organize and label materials for students.
  • Organize and label materials, and display students work in a manner appropriate for their eye levels and perceptual skills.
  • Organize and label materials, and display students work Assist in bus loading and unloading.
  • Organize and label materials Organize and supervise activities.
  • Organize and label materials in an appropriate manner.
  • Instruct and monitor students Organize and label materials
  • Organize and label materials *Assist with lesson plans
  • Help teacher print and file paper work Grade assignments and record in Excel sheet Organize and label materials
  • organize and label materials document lesson plans observe students performance and relevant data to assess progress
  • Distribute teaching materials * Instruct and monitor students * Observe students' performance * Organize and label materials

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48. ABA

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Here's how ABA is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Developed advanced computer skills by creating digital homework solutions, tutoring students remotely, and utilizing an online database.
  • Facilitated Nursing Information Technology labs for students using Blackboard Learn, OpenVista Medical database, and LexiComp medical software.
  • Compiled a database of student contact information and personal stories to create a conducive community learning environment.
  • Completed assigned tasks, received and communicated directions effectively by phone, and logged information into databases.
  • Helped students locate reputable information using printed library resources, academic research databases and internet research.
  • Maintained a database of all technological equipment servicing computer hardware and upgrades on all school computers.
  • Collected information regarding the behavior of each child and entered information into database.
  • Provided assistance to undergraduate studying database, Human-Computer Interactions and Project management.
  • Observed and recorded student progress daily and entered information into computer database.
  • Track progress using relational database knowledge for ease and manipulation of information.
  • Maintained database systems and updated departmental files, inventory and mailings.
  • Entered student attendance and organized/entered meals in database for students.
  • Provide specialized ABA therapy for students including developed behavior plans.
  • Implement established ABA procedures to positively encourage children's behavior.
  • Performed in cabaret troupe and numerous school and extracurricular productions.
  • Developed and maintained educational database containing confidential student records.
  • Developed a database for academic services and payroll system.
  • Take class attendance and enter attendance information into database.
  • Organized and entered the pertinent information into a database.
  • Collected and entered student information in school-wide database.

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49. Class Rules

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Here's how Class Rules is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Enforce school and class rules to help teach students proper behavior * Supervise students in class, during lunch and recess.
  • Enforced school and class rules while supervising students during class field trips, small work sessions, lunch and recess periods.
  • Enforced school and class rules to help teach proper behavior while developing a good relationship with parents, children and colleagues.
  • Enforce class rules and assisted teacher with extra help for the special needs students, assisting 6th through 12th grade.
  • Enforced school and class rules to maintain safe, positive learning environment and teach students proper behavior.
  • Reinforced lessons presented by teacher, enforced school and class rules to aide students in proper behavior.
  • Enforce school and class rules to help teach students appropriate behavior in the classroom.
  • Help keep the classroom orderly by making sure the students follow the class rules.
  • Assist the teacher to reinforce school and class rules to teach students proper behavior.
  • Enforce class rules and regulations and guide the children to exhibit mannered behaviors.
  • Enforce school and class rules to help demonstrate to student's proper ethics.
  • Encourage each child to do their best and practice class rules daily.
  • Interacted with students and make sure they are compliant with class rules.
  • Instructed students on proper behavior by emphasizing school and class rules.
  • Used behavior management chart and class rules on a daily basis.
  • Enforce school or class rules to help tech students proper behavior.
  • Enforce school and class rules to help teach students proper behavior.
  • Apply school and class rules to help teach students appropriate conduct.
  • Enforce class rules to help the students learn about proper behavior.
  • Manage student behavior by teaching and reinforcing school/ class rules.

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50. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Teacher Assistant jobs:
  • Supported and instructed routines of children, such as health and personal habits such as eating, resting, and toiletry.
  • Teach and help children with health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Scheduled and attended parent conferences, order supplies/materials, discipline children, implement good health and personal habits.
  • Instruct children in health, and personal habits such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Provided instructions to toddlers in health and personal habits such as eating, resting and toilet behavior.
  • Document children's health, personal habits such as eating, changing diapers, and resting.
  • Instruct children on health and personal habits such as eating, toilet training and bathroom habits.
  • Teach children in healthy & personal habits for example eating, resting & toilet habits.
  • Teach children good health and personal habits in eating, exercising, and resting.
  • Ensured children health and personal habits, eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Instruct health and personal habits (eating, resting, toilet training).
  • Instructed children on personal habits by showing them a better way.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits.
  • Implement good health and personal habits.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits Read to child and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts and songs.
  • Observed and monitored children's activities Organized and participated in recreational games Instructed children in health and personal habits and hygiene
  • Observed and monitored children's play activities Supported children's emotional and social development Assisted children in health and personal habits
  • Assisted Director with administrative work Gave instructions to children in regards to health and personal habits.
  • Read to students Instruct children in health and personal habits Prepare meals

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20 Most Common Skill for a Teacher Assistant

Class Activities28.5%
Lesson Plans15.9%
Child Care7%
Classroom Management6.5%
Small Groups6.2%
Special Needs5.5%
Art Projects4.8%
Mathematics4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Teacher Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Class Activities
Class Activities
24%
24%
2
2
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
13.4%
13.4%
3
3
Child Care
Child Care
5.9%
5.9%
4
4
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Small Groups
Small Groups
5.2%
5.2%
6
6
Special Needs
Special Needs
4.6%
4.6%
7
7
Art Projects
Art Projects
4%
4%
8
8
Mathematics
Mathematics
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
3%
3%
10
10
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
2.8%
2.8%
11
11
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Social Development
Social Development
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Reinforce Learning Concepts
Reinforce Learning Concepts
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Master Assignments
Master Assignments
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
IEP
IEP
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Present Subject Matter
Present Subject Matter
1%
1%
19
19
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
1%
1%
20
20
Administration Policies
Administration Policies
0.7%
0.7%
21
21
Extra Assistance
Extra Assistance
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
CPR
CPR
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
OLD Children
OLD Children
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Pre-K
Pre-K
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Attendance Records
Attendance Records
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Record Relevant Data
Record Relevant Data
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Office Hours
Office Hours
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Class Rooms
Class Rooms
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Class Attendance
Class Attendance
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Student Records
Student Records
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Student Learning
Student Learning
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Subject Areas
Subject Areas
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Label Materials
Label Materials
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
ABA
ABA
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Class Rules
Class Rules
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
0.3%
0.3%

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