Top Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.1% of Teacher resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented classroom management/behavioral techniques effectively.
  • Developed and implemented classroom management strategies that support teachers, co-teachers, and para educators through a professional development training.
  • Mentored, attended meetings with university professors, communicated daily regarding participation and classroom management, and evaluated lessons.
  • Executed classroom management by spending unlimited time giving instruction to my students, facilitating creativity, keeping students motivated.
  • Supported teachers in classroom management, behavioral management, instructional support, academic support, and facilitated IEP support.
  • Coordinated classroom management and provided current lesson plans and instruction of students with multiple academic skills and behavior levels.
  • Participated in weekly and monthly staff development focused on classroom management, differentiation, and inquiry based instruction.
  • Maintained individual student folder, record keeping, classroom management using positive classroom discipline for positive outcomes.
  • Worked collaboratively with teachers to discuss ideas on lesson planning, data analysis, curriculum and classroom management
  • Maintained classroom management through positive redirection, problem solving, setting appropriate limits and active listening.
  • Organize and manage external courses in companies while providing positive classroom management to ensure efficient stimulation.
  • Monitor effectiveness of classroom management system and make data driven decisions and adjustments as needed.
  • Assisted classroom teachers in providing consistent classroom management according to individual behavioral needs and plans.
  • Integrate thematic and literature-based units and writing throughout academic areas utilizing strong classroom management skills.
  • Adapted a variety of classroom management strategies to ensure a respectful and nurturing learning environment.
  • Institute positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary programs that effectively handle challenging behavior issues.
  • Maintain knowledge on classroom management and discipline to deter inappropriate behavior and resolve conflicts.
  • Demonstrate effective classroom management skills by teaching daily lessons using the Direct Instruction Curriculum.
  • Organized curriculum and built strong learning environments through effective classroom management and student engagement.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques that created a positive, nurturing and structured environment.

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provided academic instruction to emotionally and behaviorally challenged adolescents; participated in curriculum development
  • Participated in curriculum development planning and implementation
  • Lead and participate in the professional learning communities to ensure consistency and improve curriculum development and application while improving student learning.
  • Oversee standardized tests and developed weekly lesson plans and supplementary materials and participated in curriculum developmental programs on a district level.
  • Collaborated with colleagues at partner schools to address curriculum development and share classroom management ideas to streamline teaching methods.
  • Planned, organized and oversaw implementation of a curriculum developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate for infants and toddlers.
  • Maintained professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Maintained an organized and focused learning environment aligned with curriculum development initiatives and dedicated to student academic success.
  • Served on professional practice and education committee focused on curriculum development, evidence based practices and skill fairs.
  • Designed and implemented English lessons, including facilities organization and set up as well as complete curriculum development.
  • Combined expertise in focused curriculum development assistance and lesson plans to promote advancement in learning skills and education.
  • Prepared a teacher manual to provide information on curriculum development, classroom management, and student engagement.
  • Provide quality childcare that includes curriculum development, support children's positive social behaviors, and parent-partnerships.
  • Directed and assisted staff members in curriculum development and program evaluation using a variety of assessment strategies.
  • Utilized successful communication and relationship management techniques to increase personal efficiency within curriculum development and instruction.
  • Position included curriculum development and instruction for courses in Psychology, Economics, and American History.
  • Facilitate classroom activities to include classroom management, curriculum development and instruction, and student assessment.
  • Provided an excellent teaching experience as well as student advisement, recruitment activities and program/curriculum development.
  • Facilitate curriculum development through membership in a professional learning community consisting of all freshman English teachers.
  • Participate in curriculum development programs, faculty committees and the sponsorship of student extra curricular activities.

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3. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provide educational continuity by implementing established lesson plans, while exercising professional judgment to introduce new material when appropriate or necessary.
  • Conducted weekly team meeting to identify needs of struggling learners and develop individualized learning opportunities reflected in lesson plans.
  • Developed daily lesson plans observed and assessed each child's development parent/teacher orientations and meetings.
  • Produced differentiated and culturally responsive lesson plans with co-teacher Assisted in special events throughout the year
  • Assigned as team leader for Kindergarten; develop and implement developmentally appropriate/common core lesson plans.
  • Collaborate on lesson plans with other religious education teachers and the education director.
  • Improved student academic achievements by revising lesson plans according to student development.
  • Prepared daily/weekly/monthly lesson plans and curriculum for children aged two.
  • Developed and delivered daily lesson plans in an elementary classroom.
  • Implemented lesson plans and organized students for effective instruction.
  • Develop lesson plans that meet requirements of academic guidelines.
  • Develop and implement differentiated lesson plans and classroom activities.
  • Created innovative lesson plans and facilitated classroom activities and conversations
  • Developed lesson plans upon analysis of student data.
  • Worked independently to develop lesson plans.
  • Design interactive presentations and lesson plans.
  • Created educational weekly lesson plans.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans.
  • Align lesson plans with curriculum requirements
  • Worked as a preschool teacher and was responsible for coming up with lesson plans and also accompanying children on field trips.

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4. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Lead Mathematics instructor whom communicates information between HISD curriculum department and teachers to ensure alignment with new state education initiatives.
  • Designed curriculum/lesson plans and instructed elementary age children in mathematics, reading and writing.
  • Developed course materials for mathematics and English Grammar related to university admission in Bangladesh.
  • Create child-based hands-on mathematics curriculum to promote student interest and receptive learning district wide.
  • Administered Individual Achievement Plans for students based on selected reading and mathematics goals.
  • Completed intensive post-graduate mathematics enhancement course in 2009 at Bradford College in preparation.
  • Head Mathematics Panel-Primary * Member Science Panel * Patron Young Home-Makers Club-Primary Section.
  • Facilitated the learning of basic mathematics and critical thinking abilities in students.
  • Tutored students in Mathematics and English and supported teachers in extra-curricular activities.
  • Worked with mathematics teachers and administration to develop mathematics curriculum.
  • Developed a math laboratory and appointed Lead Mathematics Teacher.
  • Utilized digital curriculum to instruct a mathematics classroom.
  • Designed district-wide curriculum map for third grade mathematics.
  • Facilitated the Professional Learning Community group for mathematics.
  • Served on Mathematics curriculum adoption committees.
  • Specialized instruction in English and Mathematics.
  • Implemented lessons, using everyday mathematics
  • Implement a reform-based mathematics curriculum.
  • Teach reading comprehension, phonics, mathematics, science, history, geography, computers, art, and social etiquette.
  • Prepared information in Algebra and General mathematics for 120 students in five classes with a capacity of 16 - 33 students.

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5. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provided accurate assessment of student learning abilities, designed and implemented developmentally appropriate instruction to ensure meeting all individual student needs.
  • Maintained updated teaching license and participated in professional development courses to make any relevant and necessary changes to foster student learning.
  • Supported, monitored, and implemented appropriate programs that supported a positive school culture/climate and maximized student learning.
  • Differentiated instruction for English Language Acquisition and Special Education students while implementing comprehension strategies to increase student learning.
  • Provision of classroom supervision and classroom management--implementing various behavior management strategies to optimize the student learning.
  • Manage the in-school suspension facility to provide a structured, orderly environment conducive to effective student learning.
  • Created and implemented innovative and engaging lesson plans and activities, increasing student learning motivation and effectiveness.
  • Provided an effective classroom environment that encourages a positive, orderly and purposeful student learning environment.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on best instructional practices and facilitating data-driven conversations on student learning and achievement.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct ongoing issues.
  • Established partnerships with local radio personalities and the business community to enhance student learning outcomes.
  • Created positive learning environment by utilizing effective behavior management techniques to increase student learning.
  • Implement various types of technology into student learning and engagement with effective achievement results.
  • Established and maintained a positive and organized classroom environment conducive to student learning.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Communicate effectively with subject teachers and other school personnel to promote student learning.
  • Delivered high-quality English lesson development that accommodated the differences of student learning styles.
  • Conducted assessment of student learning styles and generated instructional activities based on results.
  • Utilize various instruments and resources to effectively convey daily student learning objectives.
  • Demonstrated strong communication skills and ability to address various student learning styles.

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6. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Managed classroom of three year-old children * Provided children with enriching activities that promote multifaceted development.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for three-year-old children based on individual needs and program philosophy.
  • Provide educational and recreational activities for 2yr old children in a preschool/daycare setting.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum for three year old children.
  • Redesigned and implemented curriculum for classroom of four-year-old children.
  • Developed curriculum and lesson plans for three-year-old children.
  • Provided educational assistance to 3 year old children
  • Developed and implemented creative and educational activities for 3 and 4 year old children to facilitate learning in preparation for kindergarten.
  • Teach 2-3 year old children using the selected curriculum, alphabet learning, potty training, arts and crafts, cleaning.
  • Developed curriculum for 2 in a half to 3 year old children to teach basic socialization, education, recreation skills.
  • Planned and taught age appropriate lessons for 3-4 year old children which encompassed academic, physical, social and emotional development.
  • Provided love, support, and care to 2 year old children while in a day care/children's day out program.
  • Planned a program for 3-5 year old children that incorporated motor, cognitive, self-help, language, and social skills.
  • Provided a safe and educational environment, conducive to developing social interaction skills for 10-20 four and five year old children.
  • Provide a variety of child care services to three and four-year-old children, plus serve as teacher for after-school children.
  • Teach 3 to 4 year old children curriculum programmed and supervise for overall safety and adherence to day care policy.
  • Teach 3 year old children state mandated curriculum, keep classroom orderly, report any issues to management, lesson planning
  • Excelled in role requiring the ability to handle a variety of educational matters with three and four year old children.
  • Planned lessons for two-year-old children in a daycare setting while maintaining a healthy, safe, and positive classroom environment.
  • Worked with a group of sixteen students, on one-on-one basis consisting of four and five year old children.

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7. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Generated lessons and collaborated with a paraprofessional to ensure remediation of various Reading and Language Arts skills.
  • Developed and administered English Language Arts Resource curriculum for assigned grade levels.
  • Collaborated with other Language Arts teachers to develop and implement curriculum.
  • Developed lesson plans in alignment with Mississippi Language Arts Framework Curriculum.
  • Implemented mandated English/Language Arts Curriculum, and proctored standardized tests.
  • Utilize state and county performance standards to provide a high quality and rigorous education in English Language Arts and Social Studies.
  • Teach English Language Arts under a carefully planned and well-executed curriculum that includes common core standards, solid pedagogy and assessment.
  • Instructed 7th and 8th grade students in Language Arts and Social Studies and all subjects in elementary 4th and 5th grades.
  • Instruct grade 1 and grade 3 students using American curriculum and common core standards for English Language Arts and Math.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in subjects of math, science, language arts and social studies.
  • Plan for all three blocks of English Language Arts, participate in training, professional development, meetings, etc.
  • Increase scholars' achievement on End of Grade Tests by as much as fifteen percent in language arts and math.
  • Summer Youth Employment Training Program 06/1992 - 06/1995 Instruct high school students involved in the program in basic skills/language arts.
  • Led classroom instruction in all basic subjects: reading, language arts, math, social studies, and science.
  • Worked with a teacher to help teach students English and Language Arts during the morning portion of the school day.
  • Grade 5) Taught Math and Reading for Summer School Program Developed and implemented lesson plans for Math and Language Arts
  • Prepare and present lesson plans in areas of math, science, and language arts, social and emotional development.
  • Designed stimulating materials based on California English and Language Arts Content Standards that emphasized the development of the four skills.
  • Piloted new initiatives for math, reading and language arts skill block that had been successfully utilized in my classroom.
  • Hired as a full-time teacher for sixth grade position, instructing English Language Arts to classrooms of up to 28.

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8. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Worked directly with a special educator in providing the necessary educational modifications and support required for students with special needs.
  • Utilized information to plan curriculum, identify children with special needs, communicate with parents and evaluate program effectiveness.
  • Developed and implemented an effective system for Individualized Educational Program necessary to render services to students with special needs.
  • Honored diverse learning styles of special needs students, providing positive encouragement and praise and facilitating individual accomplishments.
  • Collaborated with Special School District specialists to advocate for inclusion of special needs children in typically developing classroom.
  • Developed & implemented daily classroom curriculum for early intervention program designed for children with special needs.
  • Developed ability to convert complicated readings into easy-to-understand information for students with special needs.
  • Modified general curriculum for special needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques.
  • Provided individual tutoring for students with special needs to achieve positive academic outcomes.
  • Applied individualized teaching techniques to accommodate students with special needs and disabilities.
  • Developed and executed individualized education plans for students with special needs.
  • Developed academic plans to accommodate special needs and individual learning styles.
  • Modify instructional methods to accommodate students with special needs.
  • Identified special needs students and recommended appropriate programs.
  • Instructed typically developing and special needs children.
  • Mentor coordinator for special needs students
  • Traveled to the homes of troubled and special needs students, to accomplish lesson goals based upon the Individual Education Plan.
  • Identified and attempted to meet special needs of pupils, and initiates referrals to special programs and services personnel as necessary.
  • Work with special needs students during the classroom to help them better understand the materials that was being given to them.
  • Assisted in creating instructional materials and procedures consistent with students' individual learning needs including those of special needs students.

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9. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented a social studies lesson promoting student understanding of different types of communities, utilizing technology.
  • Developed and implemented social studies course lessons through American History for Twenty-First Century Citizens.
  • Provided high-quality instruction and exceptional classroom management in social studies and science classes.
  • Facilitated Social Studies Department meetings and represented the department at curriculum committee meetings.
  • Co-Authored/Developed the Tulsa Public Schools Social Studies Curriculum during 2011 summer writing institute.
  • Created and integrated a technology based Industrial Revolution project in Social Studies.
  • Develop consistently Social Studies skills reinforcing and maximizing students potential for lifetime.
  • Incorporated NYS social studies prerequisites with effective project-based learning.
  • Directed and formulated a comprehensive Scope and Sequence for Elementary and Middle School Grades for Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Hired to teach social studies and science; completed the year by teaching all academic subjects to all Jr. High Students.
  • Implement cooperative group work and hands-on activities throughout the Reading, Writing, Science, Math, and Social Studies curricula.
  • Served in a number of long-term assignments in such areas as foreign languages and Social Studies, in an inner-city environment.
  • Developed and executed curriculum for 9-12 social studies students and 6-8 computer students learning Microsoft Office Suite in an online format.
  • Provide instruction in all subjects including Reading, Math, Social Studies, Science, Health, Art, and Spelling.
  • Resigned my position for the opportunity to teach in my chosen field, Social Studies, within the same school district.
  • Help students learn in core educational subjects such as math, science, reading/vocabulary, social studies, and the arts.
  • Experience in teaching Kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth, fifth grades, Social Studies and Physical Education.
  • Spearheaded the achievement of improved test scores in Social Studies and Math as Core Team Leader for 2 District middle schools.
  • Provided rigorous instruction in accordance with the Arizona Department of Education standards in History and Social Studies in a locked facility.
  • Joined in cooperative units in science, social studies, and math lessons with team members for fifth and sixth grade.

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10. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated in-class activities and one-on-one mentoring/tutoring
  • Work cooperatively with intervention specialist to modify the general education curricular as necessary, and assisting the student with regular class activities
  • Advocated two-way communication with parents and guardians while regularly keeping families updated on class activities and homework through weekly emails.
  • Improved student attendance and participation in class activities by developing fun and interesting classroom management ideas appropriate to the children.
  • Share responsibility for professional, cooperative staff relations and for out-of-class activities important to operation of school.
  • Collaborate with faculty members on joint-class activities that include programs, extra-curriculum activities, and professional development.
  • Collaborated with faculty members on joint-class activities and cultural programs ensuring teaching objectives were met.
  • Prepared relevant and interesting audio-visual materials and visually exciting bulletin boards for class activities.
  • Create and implement class activities to reinforce learning objectives while encouraging socialization and creativity.
  • Prepared lesson materials for class activities while objectively assigning and grading student work.
  • Provided classroom instruction *Created lesson plans and class activities *Monitored and assessed learner progress
  • Organized diverse after-class activities and farewell ceremony for all volunteers and students.
  • Developed creative class activities designed to engage students in English conversation.
  • Encouraged parent participation and involvement with newsletter of weekly class activities.
  • Increase parent involvement by inviting parents to participate in specific class activities
  • Developed creative class activities to increase engagement and content comprehension.
  • Developed curriculum instruction materials for real-world hand on class activities.
  • Supported a teacher through development and supervision of in-class activities.
  • Developed teaching methods, created curricula and designed class activities.
  • Collaborated with faculty on in-class activities and programs.

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11. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Oversee student organization and that it's consistently executed across the grade level with organization interventions for individual students as needed.
  • Develop a fully integrated choral and instrumental music program for all students in each grade level with regular classroom academic curriculum.
  • Coordinated the development, implementation and evaluation of effective grade level curriculum and programs that promoted academic student growth.
  • Documented and tracked unmet learning objectives for remediation and coached students to ensure achievement of grade level academic goals.
  • Grade level Chairperson-Worked effectively with team to establish developmentally appropriate instructional expectations for students (1 year)
  • Worked collaboratively with multiple grade level teams to design and implement an integrated curriculum.
  • Coordinate with grade level English teams in developing strategies to advance academically challenged students.
  • Utilized inclusive teaching practices within several regular education classrooms at varied grade levels.
  • Prepared and delivered reading intervention curriculum to below grade level upper elementary readers.
  • Prepared individualized lesson plans for three grade levels adhering to Michigan Academic Standards.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum across multiple content areas and grade levels.
  • Implemented an individualized academic program for those students behind grade level.
  • Prepared material with heavy concentration on reading/writing appropriate to grade level.
  • Differentiated curriculum based on ability and not by grade level.
  • Communicated effectively with students and parents from various grade levels.
  • Participated and developed rigorous formative assessments for the grade level.
  • Developed and implemented educational curriculum across different grade levels.
  • Developed grade level appropriate curriculum and lead classroom instruction.
  • Developed curriculum maps for each grade level
  • Facilitated grade level planning and assessment.

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12. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum and testing materials to better work with students individually and in small groups while promoting full academic functioning.
  • Developed and implemented hands-on literacy workstations enabling students to work in small groups or independently to practice previously taught skills.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for large and small groups independently and cooperatively
  • Facilitated intensive phonemic awareness and fluency lessons with small groups of students.
  • Assisted in implementation of small groups for behavior modification.
  • Provided different avenues for math learning through differentiated small groups
  • Facilitated language therapy to small groups of identified students.
  • Implemented and organized both large and small groups in team building through projects, challenging activities, and interactive communication techniques.
  • Developed curriculum to meet the instructional needs of individual students, small groups, whole groups and mainstreamed special education students.
  • Create materials, play interactive games, tutor students in small groups and individually to assist students with concepts and applications.
  • Presented classes to teach English to students in both large and small groups of all levels from beginner to advanced.
  • Worked in small groups with students with special needs and used a variety of teaching techniques to foster necessary skills.
  • Planned and presented lessons for whole-class and differentiated small groups including teacher modeling, group practice, and independent work.
  • Assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Conducted large and small groups using strategies and skills to keep the children focused and engaged in the lesson.
  • Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups in order to reinforce learning concepts presented by lead teacher.
  • Planned lessons for individual students, small groups, and whole class; adapted lessons for diverse learning styles.
  • Implemented Individual Education Plans (IEP) 1-on-1 and in small groups, monitored and reported student progression.
  • Welcomed volunteers in my classroom to assist students individually and in small groups of two to four students.
  • Differentiated instruction and small groups to provided rigor for advanced, accelerated, and students performing below standards.

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13. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented IEP goals and objectives based on preschool curriculum expectations.
  • Demonstrated integrity and trust while reviewing and implementing sensitive IEP documents.
  • Modified general education curriculum according to student needs per IEP.
  • Implemented self-contained special education curriculum per student needs and IEP.
  • Participated in parent/teacher conferences and attended IEP meetings.
  • Attended IEP evaluations and student modification meetings.
  • Played key role in completing all individualized education plans (IEP) for every student in the school (2006).
  • Translate and coordinate parent/teacher conferences, IEP meetings and coordinate parent outreach activities for the Hispanic/ESL Community at Southeast Middle School.
  • Manage student behavior and administer discipline according to board policies, administrative regulations, and Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • Compile data to create IEP tailored to the student's current needs and functioning level, with benchmarks for ongoing assessment.
  • Developed Individualized Education Plans (IEP) for students with learning disabilities and students who do not meet state-required test levels.
  • Balance the needs of the special education students by meeting their IEP goals and implementing the accommodations to make them successful.
  • Maintained records such as personal education plans, credits earned, services needed for special populations, and IEP requirements.
  • Attended IEP, staff, and grade team meetings to better understand the school environment and students in my classes.
  • Developed and implemented differentiated lessons based on student's IEP goals, strengths, learning preferences, and academic needs.
  • Attended parent conferences, faculty and team meetings, Data meetings, IEP meetings, and county-wide professional development days.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, participated in developing and implementing IEP goals, and helped coordinate speech/OT/PT programs for students.
  • Counseled students and parents to resolve learning and discipline problems and participated in IEP meetings for special education students.
  • Developed and Implemented Lesson plans, Behavioral intervention plans, and IEP's and was Reading PLT Co-Chair.
  • Identify students for the special needs programs and modify accordingly to an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

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14. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented interdisciplinary literature/humanities course for Advanced Placement students and selected appropriate textbooks and supplemental readings.
  • Concentrated on preparing students for college with intense exercises in dissecting literature and perfecting writing skills.
  • Position included preparing students for Advanced Placement Examinations and teaching literature and research paper courses.
  • Reviewed the latest literature and analyzed internal data to formulate strategic campus action plans.
  • Designed and directed Global Studies and American Studies courses that incorporated history and literature.
  • Created a literature genre study utilizing Virginia Hamilton's compiled African-American folklore and literature.
  • Prepared, implemented challenging Grammar and Literature curriculum for Academically Gifted Students grades 9-12
  • Created college preparatory, English curriculum including Literature, Composition and Research.
  • Developed and presented comprehensive learning plans with focus on grammar and literature.
  • Provided English language and literature instruction to 8-12 grade International Baccalaureate students
  • Researched and taught original courses on multicultural and Holocaust literature.
  • Created and implemented interdisciplinary literature study based on international theme.
  • Provided rigorous opportunities for high level readers through literature circle.
  • Developed American Literature curriculum in conjunction with U.S. History class.
  • Designed a literature curriculum to correspond with student interests.
  • Incorporate multicultural literature and 6 Traits of Writing instruction.
  • Assisted in developing secondary level English and Literature curriculum.
  • Focused on literature and grammar including daily journal writing.
  • Enrich curriculum with related Judaic and multicultural literature.
  • Gifted units focused on classical literature and composition.

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15. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Tested children for Pre-K class eligibility resulting in appropriate class placement.
  • Designed and implemented curriculum for five-day Pre-K program.
  • Organized, developed and ran the Pre-Kindergarten program
  • Produced performances for Pre-Kindergarten's assemblies.
  • Teach Spanish to Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten.
  • Prepared children for transition to Pre-Kindergarten.
  • Managed a Fine Arts program that provided 40 students grades Pre-K through 8 with Music, Drama and Dance instruction.
  • Provide instructions on Pre-K topics: alphabets, counting, colors, and shapes, arts/craft, singing and storytelling
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed Universal Pre-Kindergarten students in language arts, science, social studies and math.
  • Work involved teaching Pre-Kindergarten in an inner-city elementary school, in cooperation with a Head Start partnership program.
  • Received extensive training and attended workshops from Bright from the Start including Georgia Pre-K New Lead Teacher Institute training
  • Maintained compliance with city, county and state governing agencies, as I launched two new Pre-K classrooms.
  • Helped to create curriculum for Pre-K students including reading, writing, counting, art and music.
  • Planned and conducted the Pre-K graduation, giving a speech to the audience highlighting the year.
  • Teach children from infancy to Pre-K, aiding in the development of their motor skills and abilities
  • Designed and implemented an academic curriculum for a 3 year old class and a Pre-K class.
  • Designed and implemented curriculum and hands on activities students at every level throughout my Pre-K classroom.
  • Serve as an Inclusion ESE Support Teacher for Supported Level for Academics Pre-Kindergarten IEP meetings.
  • Led students in grades ranging from Pre-K to 10th Grade in completing applied engineering projects.
  • Instructed students in Pre-K in classroom and one-on-one meetings in a dual language immersion environment.

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16. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Published creative instruction online and collaborated with community partners by filming student success with financial literacy for the local news.
  • Provide individual and collaborative academic instruction to fourth grade students integrating literacy and learning, thematic and standardized teaching methodologies.
  • Trained as a Literacy Coach/Instructor; obtained training on creating a well-organized learning environment with emphasis on communication among peers.
  • Completed a training course in administering and interpreting DIBELS-Dynamic Indicators of Basic Literacy Skills, University of Oregon.
  • Developed innovative approaches in areas including technology integration across the curriculum, experiential learning, literacy and diversity.
  • Planned literacy instructional activities, implemented various assessment techniques, and used assessment results to guide reading instruction.
  • Generated community wide support for visual literacy and career readiness through exhibitions, median, and community events.
  • Incorporated technology into the instructional program to foster student comprehension of the curriculum and develop student viewing/computer literacy.
  • Disseminated educational content and skills to 20 students daily; infused literacy and technology across curriculum.
  • Developed and implemented classroom activities in all areas of curriculum including a balanced literacy program.
  • Incorporated math and literacy-based curriculum into developmentally appropriate lessons for 10 students, ages 4-5.
  • Developed an educational curriculum for 30 Hispanic children who varied in literacy and language competencies.
  • Established literacy and arithmetic competency for students, providing additional learning support when needed.
  • Conduct literacy and math assessments to determine performance and a student-centered approach to teaching.
  • Utilize Engaged New York literacy curriculum and Second Step social emotional learning curriculum.
  • Organized and developed curriculum to promote literacy, social skills and creativity.
  • Integrated technology through the development of units that included computer literacy skills.
  • Work collaboratively with special education teacher, team and literacy facilitator.
  • Fostered oral language development and critical thinking skills during literacy discussions.
  • Tutored low- and high-level literacy students using culturally responsive teaching model.

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17. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors during pickup and with quarterly parent/teacher conferences.
  • Performed daily activities using specific modifications designed by the special education teacher and support personnel.
  • Supervised children during daily activities to ensure safety and organized social and emotional skill development.
  • Open-minded teacher talented at incorporating a blend of traditional and progressive techniques into daily activities.
  • Recorded daily activities of each child for evaluation and overall progress for Parent- Teacher Conference
  • Managed behavioral/disciplinary problems, parent/teacher relations, staffing schedules, and various daily activities.
  • Supervised consumer daily activities and provided assistance with completion of school assignments as needed.
  • Cooperated with collaborating teacher to create daily activities relating to weekly theme.
  • Communicated with and reported to parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Incorporated daily activities that covered the basic areas of development.
  • Communicated regularly with parents and daily activities and behaviors.
  • Planned daily activities, performed assessments and completed evaluations.
  • Assisted in preparation of educational materials for daily activities.
  • Handled safety precaution with children with any daily activities
  • Planned daily activities and age specific curriculum.
  • Organized age- appropriate daily activities for children.
  • Incorporated cooperative learning techniques to daily activities.
  • Facilitated daily activities for different classrooms.
  • Directed and coordinated daily activities.
  • Planned and supervised daily activities.

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18. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Managed, supervised and facilitated a diversity of Early Childhood children within a classroom setting engaging academic and social developmental skills.
  • Ensured academic and social development of first grade students through preparation and implementation of weekly lesson plans and project-based learning activities.
  • Communicated with parents daily to report activities, progress in educational development, social development, and any health-related matters.
  • Provided transportation and snacks, and engaged students in academic enrichment, social development and physical fitness activities.
  • Developed individual educational plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, independent functioning and social development.
  • Prepared the curriculum and organized activities designed to promote physical and social development of preschool aged children.
  • Designed and implemented a movement education curriculum complemented with social development skills for grades 1st- 3rd.
  • Participated in and sponsored school activities to support and encourage students in educational and social development.
  • Conferred with parents to discuss student academic performance, individual behavior, and social development.
  • Guided students' personal and social development by establishing rules and procedures for administrative matters.
  • Facilitated student conferences with parents/guardians to discuss academic progress and personal/social development of their student.
  • Assisted to foster social development, physical development; cognitive development and expressive language development.
  • Organized activities observed and evaluated their performance, behavior and social development and physical health.
  • Facilitated positive social development and problem solving skills, through modeling and age appropriate discussion.
  • Supported students' emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and of self-concepts.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Facilitated small groups and parental involvement in student's academic success and social development.
  • Assisted in providing educational and social development of students in assigned classroom areas.
  • Facilitated learning through varied experiences and stimulated children's intellect and social development.
  • Recorded individual progress and submitted various reports; tracked academic and social development.

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19. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Trained over 12 staff members regarding equipment operations and various processes; developed team members committed to optimal productivity.
  • Interact cooperatively with other staff members in the development of cohesive curriculum materials and the establishment of instructional goals.
  • Worked closely with management and fellow staff members in order to plan and coordinate individualized instructional strategies.
  • Designed school-wide discipline and behavioral intervention tracking system and trained 39 staff members in its implementation.
  • Communicate professionally and promptly with students and parents while collaborating with fellow staff members.
  • Collaborated positively with department staff members to improve overall school climate and academic achievement.
  • Provided staff members with consultant services, resource information and materials regarding assigned students.
  • Developed a vibrant learning community through actively collaborating with other staff members.
  • Participated in parents meetings coordinated by the psychologist and educational staff members.
  • Provide security briefings to newcomers both national and international staff members.
  • Maintain cooperative relationships with administration, faculty and other staff members.
  • Collaborated with other professional staff members in assessing student needs.
  • Attended and delivered information from professional developments to staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members and administration to foster positive relationships.
  • Presented overviews of professional education seminars to fellow staff members.
  • Fostered and maintained cooperative relationships with all other staff members.
  • Collaborated with staff members in developing school activities.
  • Utilized interdisciplinary lesson plans w/other staff members.
  • Implemented professional development opportunities for staff members.
  • Delegate responsibilities to my assisting staff members.

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20. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Have developed curriculum and taught beginning and low-intermediate ESL, pronunciation and conversation, and citizenship preparation classes to adults.
  • Attended and participated in ESL professional development activities, conferences/workshops, curriculum/program planning, & special events and activities.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs and ESL students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Designed course and taught ESL Teaching Methodology to university students preparing for teaching careers in all academic disciplines.
  • Prepared select students for provincial English contests, international study examinations and ESL interviews.
  • Participated in bi-weekly training focused on ESL pronunciation and disguised learning activities.
  • Provided ESL instruction utilizing appropriate software in a computer laboratory environment.
  • Developed original ESL curriculum for Spanish-speaking youth and adult learners.
  • Assisted ESL teachers with instructional responsibilities.
  • Planned and implemented student-centered ESL lessons.
  • Oversee all facets of ESL instruction for 20 adults at a time, including BEST testing, evaluation, and assessment.
  • Created learning centers which were adapted to fit all students' learning styles and abilities including ADHD, ESL and autism.
  • Facilitated writing workshops as well as public speaking workshops for ESL students to improve their writing and speaking skills in English.
  • Modified lessons for ESL, Limited English Proficiency, Special Education, Title One Migrant students and Gifted and Talented students.
  • Instructed adult ESL classes once a week for students of different ethnic backgrounds living in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.
  • Develop and instruct curriculum for a group of up to 25 beginner adult students enrolled in this weekly ESL program.
  • Supported ESL students and immigrant students with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) to improve their learning and academic performance.
  • Assisted lead instructor with administering assessments to measure beginning ESL students speaking, listening, reading and writing performance level.
  • Substitute - Preferred/Long Term Sub in Special Ed, Science, Math, ESL, History and Special Ed Job Coaching
  • Teach an ESL class for about 25 middle school boys in Multan, Pakistan via Skype on a weekly basis

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21. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Earned commendable ratings on my performance evaluation for high-quality instruction, effective lesson plans, and inclusion of supplemental instructional materials.
  • Differentiate classroom work for the purpose of providing students with instructional materials that address individualized learning plans within established lesson plans.
  • Monitor student progress and adjust instructional materials and strategies to provide differentiated instruction and address individual needs of the students.
  • Instructed private school curriculum, while creating supplemental instructional materials and procedures consistent with individual learning needs and behaviors.
  • Received praise from principal and assistant principal for achievements in instructional design and delivery of instructional materials to students.
  • Developed and taught science curriculum and appropriate supporting instructional materials to facilitate learning with a diverse group of students.
  • Collaborated with Special Education teachers and other team teachers to develop differentiated instructional materials for all students.
  • Used available instructional materials and a variety of techniques in providing opportunities for student achievement and development.
  • Prepared utilized and maintained required instructional materials and learning tools according to the teacher's instructions.
  • Designed, developed and planned curriculum and instructional materials to meet different ability and proficiency levels.
  • Develop or modify curricula and prepare lessons and other instructional materials to student ability levels.
  • Used grade level standards to develop standards-based instructional materials utilizing literature outside of state curriculum.
  • Developed instructional materials and documented performance in an electronic database system for record retention.
  • Maintained an atmosphere conducive to the learning experience using a variety of instructional materials.
  • Planned, prepared and delivered lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitated active learning.
  • Developed lesson plans and utilized instructional materials to provide individualized and small/large group instruction.
  • Facilitated learning experiences to teaching staff emphasizing lesson delivery and use of instructional materials.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans and instructional materials for theme based cross- curriculum units.
  • Evaluated effectiveness of instruction and instructional materials by developing instruments to evaluate data.

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22. State Standards

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Here's how State Standards is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Created unit plans correlating to the state standards of education, maintained a productive class environment, completed professional development courses
  • Presented grade-appropriate lessons for 24 students that incorporated Illinois state standards and Chicago benchmarks within a private school curriculum.
  • Utilize diverse instructional methods and resources materials to emphasize individual learning capabilities in accordance with Common Core State Standards.
  • Developed curriculum and creative learning opportunities to meet the requirements of Colorado Department of Education State Standards.
  • Implement rigorous lessons while utilizing Common Core State Standards and relevant primary and secondary source documents.
  • Developed target based literacy lessons according to state standards and curriculum guides and prepared necessary materials.
  • Created curriculum following state standards and evaluated both student growth and effectiveness of curriculum.
  • Conducted monthly department meetings and established grade-level teams to develop approaches to state standards.
  • Align lessons to Pennsylvania State Standards to ensure comprehension of age-appropriate subject content.
  • Develop curriculum documents and implement state standards in relation to English language development.
  • Develop instructional enhancements to content based on assessment data and state standards.
  • Monitored and documented student progress toward Georgia state standards for music education.
  • Self-motivated to design unique curriculum coinciding with Kansas state standards and assessments.
  • Developed document relating Montessori curriculum to state standards for preschool.
  • Designed learning environments to meet development objectives and state standards.
  • Planned and implemented lessons based on the Illinois State Standards for teaching World Languages and integrated technology to enhance student learning.
  • Participate in weekly math meetings to discuss student progress and collaborate on creating materials based on Common Core State Standards curriculum.
  • Plan, create, and teach age appropriate units based on the St. Mary's County pacing guide and state standards.
  • Implemented 9th and 10th grade Intensive Reading curriculum, while adhering to state standards and focusing on the FCAT standardized testing.
  • Help to evaluate, develop, and implement a quality enriched curriculum that is aligned with the Illinois Learning State Standards.

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23. Subject Areas

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Here's how Subject Areas is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Integrated technology across all areas of instruction incorporating multiple technology resources across core subject areas enhancing student understanding and participation.
  • Develop and implemented student-centered lessons in all subject areas for a heterogeneous group of fifth grade seriously emotionally disturbed students.
  • Developed and implemented engaging, effective lessons in all subject areas for a heterogeneous group and regular education students.
  • Planned and delivered motivating lessons in all subject areas using integrated curriculum, technology, and differentiated instruction.
  • Created and implemented stimulating and interactive lessons for all subject areas, including the integration of technology.
  • Provided professional after school instruction to elementary students in all subject areas and lead character building exercises.
  • Implemented themed vocabulary units that incorporated subject areas and research projects to develop cross-curricular instruction.
  • Supervised and instructed students in self-contained and collaborative settings in all core subject areas.
  • Generated and implemented individual lesson plans and curriculum units in all subject areas.
  • Developed lesson plans and evaluated academic performance of students in various subject areas.
  • Integrate technology use for various subject areas in implementing thematic units learned.
  • Developed age-appropriate lesson plans and directed classroom instruction in all subject areas.
  • Designed and implemented Student Centered Integrated Curriculum covering all subject areas.
  • Created and executed developmentally appropriate lessons in all subject areas.
  • Implemented educational programs and tutored students in all subject areas.
  • Observed experienced educators in multiple subject areas.
  • Self-contained fourth grade-instruction in all subject areas.
  • Maintain multiple types of comprehensive, confidential, and accurate record keeping of all customers' achievement in five subject areas.
  • Hired as a full-time teacher instructing Mathematics and Science subject areas to classrooms of up to 28 to 4th grade students.
  • Hired as a full-time teacher for third grade position, instructing all academic subject areas to classrooms of up to 30.

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24. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Aided in the creation of developmentally appropriate curriculum and learning outcomes, while taking cultural norms and sensitivity into consideration.
  • Developed and implemented age-appropriate curriculum while promoting and nurturing early childhood development in children ages six weeks to 12 years old
  • Implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum and lessons for young children Implemented interventions based on the individual needs of students
  • Developed and organized developmentally appropriate curriculum, training content and materials; managed and supervised assigned class.
  • Organized classroom and prepared learning environment * Planned developmentally appropriate curriculum * Communicated effectively with parents and children
  • Developed and implemented lessons plans for all areas of a developmentally appropriate curriculum and instruction techniques.
  • Created engaging and age appropriate curriculum while providing a safe and supportive environment for youth development.
  • Prepare the classroom environment and materials to support developmentally appropriate curriculum plans and learning experiences.
  • Implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum and environment that reflects observations and assessments of individual children.
  • Developed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum for the full day early childhood education program.
  • Create appropriate curriculum and an inviting classroom environment to ensure personal and educational growth.
  • Supported classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of preschoolers.
  • Carried out an active and varied, flexible program including a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum in order to academically prepare students for kindergarten.
  • Provided supportive relationships with children and parents to meet established age appropriate curriculum.
  • Helped to develop and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum for the primary grades.
  • Enforced a child-based, age-appropriate curriculum to promote student interest and receptive learning.
  • Attended educator meetings and seminars, developed appropriate curriculum for varied class/age levels.
  • Organized, planned and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum and education for preschool children.

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25. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate with fellow teachers to create a data-driven, learner-centered, friendly and safe environment demonstrating shared responsibility for achievement.
  • Consulted with parents and teachers about students and different classroom activities Created an aesthetically pleasing and safe environment.
  • Provided continuous supervision to children during indoor and outdoor activities and created also maintained a safe environment.
  • Manage and ensure effective employee/labor relations create an ethical, non-discriminatory and safe environment.
  • Performed daily observation and supervised assigned groups of children to ensure a safe environment.
  • Followed Think Together Curricula and maintained a safe environment using Classroom Management and Respect.
  • Maintained a safe environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness, and organization.
  • Planned educational activities for toddlers and maintain a safe environment for learning
  • Maintained a physically and emotionally safe environment in my classroom.
  • Provide a safe environment where classroom culture ensured academic success.
  • Cultivated safe environments conducive to learning and academic achievement.
  • Provided a safe environment for children that encouraged autonomy.
  • Maintained safe environment based on State of Connecticut regulations.
  • Maintained organized and safe environment for students.
  • Provided safe environment indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Provided safe environment conducive to learning.
  • Maintain safe environment conducive to instruction.
  • Provided a safe environment for children during 5 church services every weekend cleaned sanitized all toys when needed provided care for children
  • Assist with maintenance of a clean, orderly safe environment that meets the developmental needs of individual children in the classroom.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans, served lunch, administered nap and play times, while providing a safe environment from children.

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26. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented educational/recreational activities.
  • Experienced child care professional skilled in creating educational and recreational activities to help children aged 2-5 develop behavioral and social skills.
  • Conducted educational and recreational activities * Coordinate and administered school projects * Created and maintained an enthusiastic and stimulating learning environment
  • Plan and implement educational curriculum and recreational activities for preschool-age children, which reflect developmental, cultural and linguistic appropriateness.
  • Monitor and evaluate students during learning sessions and recreational activities for the purpose of ensuring a positive learning environment.
  • Promote appropriate educational and recreational activities for the children's social, emotional, cognitive and physical development.
  • Organize & participate in recreational activities; Provided structure and organization to enhance safety in proactive learning areas.
  • Participated in the organization and implementation of age appropriate recreational activities that supported children's developmental goals.
  • Provided a variety of learning and recreational activities to help children grow intellectually, socially and emotionally.
  • Developed lesson plans and structured recreational activities to assure optimum learning opportunities were presented to the children.
  • Prepared and implemented daily recreational activities providing for the interest and limitations of the youth involved.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities that also included teaching preschool children basic needs.
  • Selected recreational activities suitable to individual and group interests, needs and capabilities.
  • Presented learning instruction including ADL skills, educational, socialization and recreational activities.
  • Developed and executed recreational activities to encourage personal development and social interaction.
  • Incorporate recreational activities into daily classroom activities to encourage active student participation.
  • Planned, organized, and supervised recreational activities related to reading fundamentals.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities such as games and fundamental learning
  • Lead and interacted educational and recreational activities in the after-school program.
  • Coordinated recreational activities for students who had completed their academic responsibilities.

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27. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented a creative learning environment for seventh and eighth grade biology students featuring integrated curriculum and the latest computer technologies.
  • Provide classroom instruction to students with standardized course development in Pre-IB Biology, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement Biology.
  • Provide documentation for course and lab criteria as met by students participating in the International Baccalaureate Biology program.
  • Planned, organized and presented instruction in General Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Biotechnology.
  • Created and expounded upon existing curriculum to allow for Biology tutored student.
  • Designed and implemented a Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System review course for Biology.
  • Developed and delivered engaging lesson plans for Anatomy/Physiology Honors, Biology, and
  • Facilitated significant increase in school's average Biology scores on end-of-year assessment.
  • Designed and implemented interactive lesson in Agriculture, Entrepreneurship and Biology.
  • Designed cross curriculum activities to ensure connections between PE/Health and Biology.
  • Prepared customized Biology and Chemistry courses for Cosmetology students.
  • Developed and implemented Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology curricula
  • Delivered differentiated instruction in Environmental Science and Biology.
  • Coached students for academic biology science competition.
  • Implemented review activities in preparation for STAAR biology
  • Facilitated Education 2020 online learning program for Biology
  • Conducted group and one-on-one biology activities.
  • Teach Honors Biology and Honors Chemistry
  • Teach wide variety of scientific content areas including biology, natural sciences, physics, astronomy, chemistry and atomic structure/bonding.
  • Teach AP Biology, Biology & Forensic science, Anatomy & Physiology at High School, Plum Borough School District.

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28. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provide many PowerPoint presentations and SMART Notebook software with interactive lessons to enhance the learning environment during lesson instruction.
  • Developed innovative PowerPoint presentation used by the Director of Preschool for Early Childhood Spring and Fall Conferences annually.
  • Delivered engaging lectures with PowerPoint slides and directed interactive lessons incorporating student inquiry, investigation, and discovery.
  • Prepared video and PowerPoint presentations, co-conducted informational meetings biannually and marketed at multiple trade show events.
  • Incorporated digital textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, videos and other multimedia materials into supplement classroom instruction.
  • Developed challenging curriculum, materials, and PowerPoint presentations to effectively facilitate on-line and campus-based training.
  • Prepared and implemented creative lesson plans utilizing classroom technology (PowerPoint presentations, audio/visual aids).
  • Incorporated technology into lessons with PowerPoint, Interactive Whiteboard, and other multimedia sources.
  • Researched and developed elementary school level class curriculum for Word, Publisher and PowerPoint.
  • Incorporated PowerPoint, Videos, Music, and Microsoft technology into student-centered curriculum.
  • Manipulated educational technology such as Microsoft Word and PowerPoint to create interactive presentations.
  • Designed complex presentations using PowerPoint to lecture on proper grammar and mechanics.
  • Incorporated technology into lessons with Interactive Whiteboard, PowerPoint and Microsoft Word.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations for English vocabulary and phonics instruction in ELL setting
  • Incorporated SW technology into classroom lessons, by creating PowerPoint presentations.
  • Designed PowerPoint lessons and activities with multiple animations and interactive features.
  • Created PowerPoint s/Word documents/Excel spreadsheets to utilize in academic areas.
  • Delivered PowerPoint presentations to parents regarding children's academic experience.
  • Designed teaching activities and prepared PowerPoint presentations for students.
  • Advanced proficiency creating and presenting over 100 PowerPoint presentations us

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29. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain CPR Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation certification.
  • Maintained CPR certification and fire safety certification to ensure safety.
  • Maintained childcare certifications, including CPR/First Aid certifications.
  • Maintain current CPR/First Aid training certifications
  • Teach a new lesson in class each day and maintaining class room presence Skills Used CPR Fist Aid Certified and Child Supervision
  • Completed training courses in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), CPR, and other safety programs.
  • Trained in Medication Administration, First Aid, CPR, Human Rights, MANDT, and Blood Borne Pathogens.
  • Maintained records as required Have extensive knowledge on ReD principles, MST principles, CPI programs, and CPR.
  • Camp Teacher responsibilities include day care certification (fingerprint clearance, CPR/first aid certified, TB tested).
  • Developed, coordinated and implemented first grade curriculum *Guest speaker at Palm Beach County's Accreditation; CPR Certified
  • Gained certifications in First Aid Training and Adult/Child/Infant CPR; completed 30 hours focusing early childhood training.
  • Attended and received the required number of training hours annually and maintained a valid First Aid/CPR certification.
  • Certified First Aid and CPR instructor Volunteer for the YMCA organization Respected leader in the community COACHING:
  • Attended monthly staff meetings, continuing education meetings, and yearly CPR and first aid certification classes.
  • Maintained an up to date certification with the American Heart Association for CPR and First Aid.
  • Re-certified in CPR/First-aid, obtained a Food Handlers Permit, Head teacher for preschool and music.
  • Trained and certified in Community CPR, First Aid, and Maryland Model for School Readiness.
  • Attended and completed regular, Early Childhood Education Classes, CPR and First Aid training.
  • Perform medical assistance as needed such as medicine administrative, CPR, and first aid.
  • Obtained several certifications while employed such as lead teacher, CPR, and First Aid.

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30. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Created and distributed weekly communicating models to maintain positive relationships with parents regarding school activities, behavior, and child development.
  • Demonstrated ability to build positive relationships with high school students and parents, using developmentally appropriate activities and instructional strategies.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff, and effectively communicated despite language barrier.
  • Formed positive relationships with students to provide a positive and safe learning environment Attended all professional development in services required.
  • Establish positive relationships with parents and students, as a result effectively communicated with parents on student developmental performance.
  • Maintained positive relationships with fellow staff and program manager; created and executed interactive curriculum to encourage student participation.
  • Provided engaging instruction and developed positive relationships with students who had not been successful in comprehensive public schools.
  • Attended Parent-Teacher Conferences, professional development days, and grade level content area teams to develop positive relationships.
  • Build and cultivate positive relationships with students to empower their student achievement and support their social-emotional learning.
  • Attended monthly Staff meetings and participated in agency-wide functions to facilitate team building and positive relationships.
  • Maintained orderly learning environment, prepared reading and mathematics instructional activities, built positive relationships with students
  • Communicate effectively and frequently with parents and faculty to develop positive relationships which support student success.
  • Created positive relationships with students and parents while holding students to high expectations and promoting achievement
  • Interacted intensely with service providers, parents, and para-professionals, to cultivate positive relationships.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents by informing them on important information pertaining to their children.
  • Managed positive relationships with students and parents from a variety of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum and was responsible for maintaining positive relationships with parents and care-givers.
  • Fostered love, motivation and positive attitudes about learning in students through developing positive relationships.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents in order to effectively communicate specific student progress and needs.
  • Presented staff development and training while maintained positive relationships with vendors, administrators and faculty.

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31. Geography

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Here's how Geography is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Job Title* High School Teacher/Computer Lab/History/ World Geography/Publications/Dual Enrollment* Middle School Teacher/History/Computer Lab* Elementary Teacher/3rd Grade* Elementary Teacher/1st GradeExperience
  • Designed, developed, and initiated a Web Based Instructional Project to deliver Oklahoma geography to elementary students.
  • Prepared lessons and coordinated assessments in Political Science, History, Geography and Computer literacy.
  • Developed and delivered presentations/demonstrations as part of the teaching curriculum US History and Geography.
  • Developed and implemented units for North Carolina History and World Geography.
  • Developed and instructed relevant history and geography lessons and themed arts/crafts
  • Integrated American history and geography into standard Social Studies curriculum.
  • Devised and implemented Psychology and Geography assessments and curriculum.
  • Conduct group/individual reading, Geography and Government activities.
  • Sponsor extra-curricular National History and Geography contests.
  • Acted as English/Grammar and History/Geography instructor.
  • Participated in The National Geographic Geography Bee
  • Developed social studies and geography curriculum.
  • Developed and implemented units for World History & Honors, American History Honors, World Cultural Geography, and Florida History.
  • Serve as teacher for Honors and College Prep children for World Geography serving 30 to 35 9th grade students per class.
  • Introduce counting, sorting, language arts, science, and geography using interactive activities, wooden toys, and technology.
  • Shared cultural studies activities focused on cultures and geography of Australia, Egypt and Tibet with preschool and kindergarten age children.
  • Experience in the planning and teaching of World History, American History, AP World History, and AP Human Geography.
  • Teach and implement lessons plans using education technology and SADIE methodology on 7th grade World History and Geography for ESL Hispanic students
  • Plan, organize and conduct lessons in language, reading, vocabulary, spelling, writing mathematics, geography and science.

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32. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects and communicated with students thus achieving a total understanding of overall class expectations.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities * Managed student grade-attendance books, proctored and graded tests
  • Prepare and execute lesson plans with clear objectives to cultivate an exciting and rewarding educational experience.
  • Established clear objectives for lessons, projects, and demonstrate/communicate activities.
  • Communicated clear objectives and mentored students to ensure goal attainment.
  • Provided clear objectives by utilizing essential questions.
  • Work toward the achievement of curriculum goals and establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and assessments.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects to grades 1, 3, and 4.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons and units; ensure that lessons are aligned with state curriculum and school-wide curriculum standards.
  • Managed and provided clear objectives for all lesson plans, projects and communicated those objectives to students as well as parents.
  • Provide educational leadership by establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects; and communicate them to students.
  • Establish clear objectives for lessons, units, projects, and show written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate supervisors.
  • Create music lessons with clear objectives for grades Pre-K through 8th grade, and band lessons for grades 5-8.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects using formal and informal assessment data obtained from students.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives based on the Massachusetts Frameworks for all lessons, units, projects and assessments.
  • Established clear objectives for all lesson plans, units, and projects in each of the Montessori curriculum areas.
  • Managed classrooms of 17 to 24 students where clear objectives were established and a variety of methods were used.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects aligned with local, state, and national standards.
  • Instructed 3rd graders in all core subject areas and established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects in accordance with state and school curriculum standards.

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33. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Job Duties: Completed lesson plans/Maintained ratio/Completed required paperwork/Conducted Home Visits and Parent-Teacher conferences/Completed Developmental Screenings/Implemented developmental appropriate activities
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and home visits geared toward empowering parents to better assist their children with educational endeavors and behavioral modification.
  • Developed outstanding partnership with parents, coworkers, supervisors through collaboration, providing verbal / written reports and coordinating parent-teacher conferences.
  • Assisted with teaching English lessons * Designed and administered a lesson pertaining to introduction to genres * Participated in parent-teacher conferences
  • Integrated curriculum and technology, creative lesson planning, individualized lessons, Parent-Teacher conferences, and student evaluations.
  • Attend and participate in monthly faculty meetings, parent-teacher conferences, professional development activities and professional learning communities.
  • Assessed student performance through informal observations, anecdotal records, district assessments, parent-teacher conferences and data analysis.
  • Managed communication with parents regarding student performance through parent-teacher conferences, progress reports, emails, and meetings
  • Assessed student abilities and evaluated performance; conducted parent-teacher conferences to provide parents with student development reports.
  • Participated in grade-level curriculum and team meetings, parent-teacher conferences, staff meetings, and professional development.
  • Strengthened parent-teacher and parent-child communication by holding regular parent-teacher conferences, and evaluate students' assessment data.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences and collaborated with parents in order enhance student learning and academic achievement.
  • Coordinated and facilitated parent-teacher conferences to ensure that parents were aware of children's academic performance.
  • Evaluate student progress and provide recommendations for further development * Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences to discuss student progress
  • Attended Professional Learning Community meetings Attended Parent-Teacher conferences Attended and participated in students' IEP meetings.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences to capitalize on student learning opportunities and strategic plans to address ongoing issues.
  • Provided Spanish interpretation services for adults during parent-teacher conferences around elementary schools in the area.
  • Lead parent-teacher conferences to discuss their children, noting documented observations and reviewing their development.
  • Maintained communication with parents through homework journals, newsletters and active participation in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Facilitated parent-teacher conferences, managed class records, including grades, attendance and parent communication.

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34. Bible

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Here's how Bible is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Organize activities and implement curriculum that stimulate children physical, emotional development as well as understanding of the Bible
  • Facilitated Bible study through in-class exercises and guided reading activities.
  • Prepared and guided Bible learning activities for elementary students.
  • Facilitated spiritual development through Bible lessons.
  • Led and organized up to four classes of English and Bible study a day from ages ranging from toddlers to seniors.
  • Conducted weekly sermons as part of the project Nehemiah Bible guide to instruct inmates with the Biblical truths of the gospel.
  • Recruited, trained and facilitated volunteers while personally leading two weekly Bible studies, one for leaders and one for students.
  • Read books to entire classes and developed interactive programs Lead chapel story time based on Bible and character building literature.
  • Work with first and second graders with their math, reading, spelling, history, and bible studies.
  • Lead and direct the work of the class and administer growth by planning and preparation for weekly bible study.
  • Present - Teaching bible and songs, playing around with children aged from 3 to 11 years old.
  • Educate and prepare lessons in Language, Math, Art and Bible scripture to children in the community.
  • Teach lessons typically based upon the Bible, to help students learn the basic tenets of their faith.
  • Assist students between the ages of 3 and 9 with bible studying and coordinate programs at the church.
  • Develop and teach various classes throughout the week including bible studies, parenting, financial/budgeting and topics for women
  • Read to children, and taught them simple Bible stories, painting, drawing, handicrafts and songs.
  • Developed curriculum guidelines and prepared lesson plans for History, Social Studies, Bible, and Theological studies.
  • Teach Torah, bible, to Grade 3/create lesson plans for children with special needs and mainstream children.
  • Provided Bible tutoring and reading comprehension classes to 8th graders and co-lead games as an after-school ministry.
  • Use imaginative ways to engage preschoolers and teach them Biblical knowledge -Help organize annual Summer Vacation Bible School

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35. Student Records

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Here's how Student Records is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed lesson plans, produced meaningful feedback, individualized intervention plans, and maintained student records of academics and behavior.
  • Maintained parent/guardian contact with thorough student records to document attendance, participation or progress, ensuring confidentiality of all information.
  • Enforced administrative policies and rules governing students, maintained student records in compliance with district policies and administrative guidelines.
  • Maintained strict confidentiality and discretion when handling personal student records and communication with administrators, faculty, and staff.
  • Supervised classrooms of approximately 25 students, responsible for maintaining student records and held accountable for student achievement.
  • Monitored progress regularly and prepared quarterly reports- Followed policies and regulations when recording progress notes and student records.
  • Tracked critical student information and maintained accurate student records, including attendance, in accordance with school procedures
  • Maintain student records and grades utilizing Microsoft Excel while implementing activities that promote teamwork and organization skills.
  • Keep student records including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered
  • Scheduled assessments, participated in academic/special education planning meetings, and maintained student records.
  • Organized comprehensive student records and generated progress reports for discussion with parents.
  • Maintained and tracked student records and grades and ensured positive parent communication.
  • Observed and evaluated student achievements by maintaining organized student records and portfolios.
  • Maintained accurate student records ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Provided differentiated instructions, managed classroom and student records i.e.
  • Maintained accurate, complete student records; enforced administrative policies.
  • Maintain and manage student records according to district confidentiality standards.
  • Maintained accurate student records according to district policies and regulations.
  • Organized student records to accurately monitor and evaluate pupil progress.
  • Documented and filed information in student records and maintained confidentiality.

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36. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with special education co-teacher to implement differentiated instruction in the regular classroom setting for the benefit of all students.
  • Differentiated instruction for all subjects in a self-contained classroom setting including students with various cognitive and socioeconomic levels.
  • Maintained a high-energy, dynamic classroom setting in which students were urged to express creativity and independent thinking
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated multifaceted lesson plans to accommodate multiple learning styles in a classroom setting.
  • Maintained order within the classroom setting in accordance with division guidelines regarding student behavior management.
  • Developed a comprehensive language curriculum to improve learning in a non-traditional classroom setting.
  • Promoted a classroom setting conducive to learning while encouraging excellent student/teacher interaction.
  • Provide services and accommodations for students within a general education classroom setting.
  • Worked with students in a classroom setting to improve literacy development opportunities
  • Worked with special education children in a general education classroom setting.
  • Mainstreamed students into co-curricular classes and regular classroom settings as appropriate.
  • Incorporate pragmatic language and executive functions intervention within classroom setting.
  • Created and facilitated variety of student experiences beyond the classroom setting
  • Established transitional classroom setting where student and curricular status assessed.
  • Facilitated inclusion of students into general education classroom settings.
  • Supported direct instruction to scholar individually in classroom settings.
  • Supervised and educated elementary students in a classroom setting.
  • Managed behaviorally changed students in classroom setting.
  • Manage paraprofessionals within the classroom setting.
  • Incorporate cooperative learning within classroom setting

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37. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted potty training, eating skills, social interactions, exercise/activity engagements, and dressing abilities.
  • Supervised children during all daily activities including potty training.
  • Assist parents with individualized potty training strategies.
  • Provided care, potty training, educational activities
  • Maintained a positive potty training environment.
  • Encouraged and facilitated potty training.
  • Insured child s care and safety during feeding, diaper changing, potty training, motor skills, and independent learning.
  • Lead teacher, train new employees, plan and follow curriculum, document incidents, food prep, and potty training.
  • Teach basic skills in preschool environment to 2-3 yr old; potty training, counting, alphabets, colors, and writing
  • Plan and implement daily crafts, learning time and outside play, diaper changes, and potty training as needed.
  • Cared for children 6 months to 6 years of age while potty training and sitting during recess and nap time.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, changing their diapers and potty training practices.
  • Provide extensive creative early learning in science, math, literature, potty training and social environment well being.
  • Make sure daily reports are filled out fully and completely as well as completing diapering and or potty training.
  • Introduced life skills to children such as potty training, expressing emotions, potty training, reading and writing.
  • Assist with potty training and teach table manners such as sharing at breakfast, lunch, and snack time.
  • Assisted in structured play, art, reading, lunch, snack, recess, cleanup and potty training.
  • Specialize in helping children work through fears and anxieties, such as potty training, and separation anxiety.
  • Provided attentive and necessary care to infants and toddlers (diaper changes, meals, potty training).
  • Provided basic child care needs such as feeding, changing/potty training, and nurturing caregiver to child relationship.

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38. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Help develop and create professional ethics using instructional information for newly established Toledo Public Schools Barber Academy.
  • Supervised and facilitated the opening of the Howard County Public Schools Automotive Technology program.
  • Planned and conducted a five-week long Parent-Teacher-Student Communication Study for Boston Public Schools.
  • Offered exceptional classroom management and engaging curriculum to students within Nashville Public Schools.
  • Co-facilitated RP professional development workshops at various Bronx and Manhattan public schools.
  • Composed necessary forms and documents required by Non-public Schools Association.
  • Established relationships with Chicago Public Schools administration for SES programs.
  • Implemented a Behavioral Modification System for Students expelled from public schools
  • Implemented curriculum at middle and secondary levels in private/public schools.
  • Volunteered for the Chicago Public Schools Technology Leadership Summit.
  • Assigned daily substitute assignments throughout Chicago Public Schools
  • Instructed students in citizenship and basic subject matter specified in state law and administrative regulations and procedures of Virginia Public Schools.
  • Selected from approximately 48,000 applicants nationwide to join national teacher corps who commit two years to teach in under-resourced public schools.
  • Selected from approximately 35,000 applicants nationwide to join a national teacher corps who commit to teach in under- resourced public schools.
  • Modified and implemented Baltimore County Public Schools standard and special education curriculum for students ages 12-17, of varying academic levels.
  • Implement instruction based on the Montessori Method, while also aligning instructional goals with the curriculum of Grand Rapids Public Schools.
  • Substitute Teacher: (Atlanta Public Schools) Carried out the duties and assignment of the regular teacher during their absence.
  • Designed, taught and tutored teachers in the required training for working with English language learners in the Denver Public Schools.
  • Increased student enrollment by capitalizing on school's unique marketing strategies, including conducting demonstration classes in various public schools.
  • Assess academic and social growth of assigned students in pursuit of graduation or reentry into private or traditional public schools.

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39. K-12

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Here's how K-12 is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed academic lessons to K-12 population; lesson development and classroom management.
  • Designed and implemented five courses regarding environmental protection to K-12 students
  • Provided one-on-on academic support to students K-12
  • Provided educational lessons to grades K-12
  • Designed and implemented creative lesson plans for K-12 classrooms covering language arts, computer technology, social studies, and science.
  • Plan, organize and run daily classes and activities for K-12 day, church camps with a team of three others.
  • Conducted district wide workshop for teachers K-12 to develop and improve questioning techniques in order to promote higher level thinking skills.
  • Substitute teacher, short-and long-term, all LACOE in San Gabriel Valley schools, including special education classes in K-12 classrooms.
  • Substitute teacher, Utilize my knowledge and abilities to provide an efficient level of education as an instructor for grades K-12.
  • Prepared and taught classes, provided discipline and counseled K-12 students in all subject areas as per individual education plans.
  • Substitute teaching for ages K-12, follow through with a lesson plan that is prepared daily by the classroom teacher.
  • Founded Alpha Homework Club - an after-school homework club to assist K-12th grade students with homework and fundamentals they lack.
  • Certified to provide training and mentoring in all school subjects to students from K-12, currently in high school sciences.
  • Led and instructed K-12 students in mathematics, reading, language arts, social studies, science, and art.
  • Manage classroom coverage of K-12 grade classes; assume all responsibilities of regular classroom teacher, including professional development.
  • Worked as a tutor with K-12 students on verbal and mathematics skills, remedial curricular training, and ACT prep
  • Present To provide students (k-12) a forum for academic learning with lesson plans set by their instructor.
  • Performed substitute duties for instructing special needs children for grades K-12 including Art, English, and Social Studies courses
  • Job duties are to teach k-12 grade students with learning disabilities math, reading, and Language Arts.
  • Traveled to homes, libraries and after-school programs providing professional tutoring and test preparation services for K-12 students.

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40. Core Subjects

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Here's how Core Subjects is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and deliver curricula for core subjects by using differentiated instruction and small group guided instruction.
  • Developed manipulative centers across multiple core subjects to complement the child-based, hands-on curriculum.
  • Provided instruction in all core subjects within standards-driven curriculum and an integrated curriculum approach.
  • Composed Individual Education Plans and taught core subjects for intellectual and development challenged students.
  • Created individual learning plans for elementary children emphasizing in core subjects.
  • Provided a balanced educational exposure when teaching all core subjects.
  • Developed assessment-driven, interactive, technology-integrated lessons in core subjects.
  • Tutor students in core subjects to impact overall testing requirements
  • Required planned and also implemented academic lessons in core subjects
  • Provided academic instruction according in all core subjects.
  • Created cross-curricular learning activities that incorporated core subjects.
  • Developed computer curriculum based on core subjects.
  • Developed interdisciplinary units among core subjects.
  • Integrated Core Subjects into Curriculum.
  • Provide classroom instruction to 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade students from varied socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds in all core subjects.
  • Planned and instructed all core subjects including reading, language arts, math, spelling, social studies, and science.
  • Created lessons, assessed students, taught Bible Study as well as all Core subjects based on the Ohio Academic Content Standards
  • Created and executed creative lessons for core subjects, in addition to Reading Differentiated Instruction classes and Math Core sessions.
  • Instructed At- risk juveniles in all core subjects including life skills, as well as prepared students for GED Testing.
  • Design and implement engaging lesson plans in alignment with county and state curricula for kindergarten core subjects and K-1 French.

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41. Geometry

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Here's how Geometry is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Helped students in learning fundamentals of algebra, geometry and trigonometry.
  • Worked closely with Geometry teacher to design a unique combination curriculum.
  • Teach economically disadvantaged students Geometry and Math for College Readiness.
  • Redeveloped classroom Algebra and Geometry curriculum for the entire district.
  • Teach Geometry using multimedia instruction, learning principles and methodologies.
  • Prepared course requirements for NYS Regents examinations in Geometry.
  • Developed interim benchmark measurements for Algebra and Geometry.
  • Prepared Home America algebra and geometry assignments.
  • Teach sixth grade Math, Algebra, Geometry, Bible, Computers, Language Arts, Spelling, and Physical Education.
  • Conduct private tutoring for clients in the areas of Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, and Calculus.
  • Developed an ambitious middle school mathematics curriculum in which students complete Algebra 1 and Geometry by the end of 8th grade.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for four classes: probability and statistics, college algebra, geometry, and math concepts.
  • Facilitated Pre-Algebra and GT Geometry class through differentiated math lessons using small group instruction, technology and project based learning.
  • Led HS Geometry Department to statewide acclaim with a 97% passing rate, which ranked 2nd in the state.
  • Managed and taught Junior High School students attending 7th and 8th grade in Algebra, Geometry, and Wellness promotion.
  • Performed lectures and assigned numerous assignments, quizzes and test to further develop students' learning and interest of Geometry.
  • Provided class instruction to secondary students in the subjects of Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, and Algebra III.
  • Prepared daily lessons and activities, ranging from general math, geometry, and algebra to senior trigonometry and Calculus.
  • Instructed students in a public school in one or more subjects, such as algebra, geometry and arithmetic's.2.
  • Plan, deliver instruction, adapt, and evaluate lessons for Language Arts, Life Science, and Geometry.

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42. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provided complete educational developmental and daily personal care for children.
  • Provided total educational development and daily personal care for child.
  • Certified Personal Care Assistant and Family Care Advocate endorsements/CPR/First Aid
  • Assisted in personal care/medical needs of severely disabled students.
  • Provided exceptional personal care for infants.
  • Assisted and cared for children ages 3 months to 5 years old, with hygiene, personal care, and meals.
  • Job duties: instruction and personal care of young children, making lesson plans, and preparing and cleaning the classroom.
  • Work involves providing crisis intervention, personal care services, and treatment programs and instructing adaptive behavior to clients as needed.
  • Assist classroom teacher with lesson plans, student behavior, personal care, and interactions with parents/families/professionals regarding the whole child.
  • Attended to hygiene and personal care, as well as schooling on manners, basics, and performing daily tasks.
  • Create lesson plans for students- Educational instruction and personal care- Write daily reports for parents- Supply proper nourishment for the students
  • Provided total individualized educational development and daily personal care for child, who is currently in college studying for B.A.
  • Supported routines of children such as wake-up, bedtime, personal care routines, meal preparation and recreational activities.
  • Assisted certified staff with students that required support in addressing personal care needs due to medical conditions and/or limitations
  • Implemented and taught the daily curriculum and tended to the personal care and positive guidance of the students.
  • Originated, developed, organized, and implemented school-wide donation of school and personal care items, etc.
  • Assisted children with personal care activities, mobility issues and lifted and operated special adaptive equipment.
  • Assisted in the personal care and education of young children from infancy to elementary level students.
  • Create daily lesson planning, teach children personal care behaviors, toilet training and prep feedings.
  • Keep daily records for individual children including: daily observations, activities, and personal care.

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43. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provide recommendations for areas of improvement Apply teaching techniques to transfer knowledge of Mathematics, Literature and Economics to every student.
  • Lead the transition for the school Economics curriculum into two separate units, teaching both microeconomics and macroeconomics respectively.
  • Developed and implemented state and federal standards-based curriculum for Preparatory Advanced Placement and Advanced Placement Economics course.
  • Collaborated with Economics and Government instructor to develop an integrated learning project annually for senior-level classes.
  • Facilitated online instruction for Advanced Placement Micro/Macroeconomics, Personal Finance, and other elective courses.
  • Worked as associated instructor for Geography and Economics at undergraduate level college of Delhi University
  • Implemented real-world economics using Mini-Society- creating entrepreneurial skills while exploring difficult economic concepts.
  • Teach microeconomics and macroeconomics for students majoring in electronic commerce.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in history/science/economics.
  • Job Description- Home Economics- Agricultural Science- Foods and Nutrition- Verbal Reasoning
  • Discussed issues regarding the environment, geopolitics and economics.
  • Developed pacing and curriculum material for Participation-in-Government and Economics.
  • Designed curriculum for economics and U.S. government.
  • Advanced Placement teacher for Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.
  • Teach accounting, economics and mathematics
  • Conducted courses in fundamental math, science, social economics, basic hygiene and physical education to a class of 20 children
  • Teach African American Studies, Honors World History, Psychology, Sociology, U. S. History, and Civics & Economics.
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to secondary and high school students on topics such as microeconomics, price theory, and macroeconomics.
  • Mentored numerous students to achieve success in examinations for Accounting, Typewriting, Office Procedures, Economics, and Computer Applications.
  • Increase in demand for Micro & Macro economics enrollment by 50% since assigned teaching the majority of the economics curriculum.

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44. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Performed basic administrative duties such as recording attendance, answering phone calls and filing confidential information.
  • Performed a variety of administrative tasks including answering telephone calls and preparing reports and required paperwork.
  • Communicated effectively with parents through newsletters, phone calls and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Helped deescalate tense phone calls with emotionally and mentally distressed solicitors.
  • Answered department telephone calls using correct salutations and telephone etiquette.
  • Handled telephone calls politely and efficiently.
  • Answer phone calls from parents, employees, and potential customers and direct the phone call to the Director if needed.
  • Communicated with parents to acknowledge superior work and areas of concern through personal phone calls, email, and parent conferences.
  • Created curriculum for all classes, communicated with parents via conferences, phone calls, and email of a daily basis.
  • Communicated with students, parents, and administrators through phone calls, e-mails, course website, and online grading system.
  • Answered multiple phone calls a day dealing with the parents of the children or people who were interested in the company.
  • Assessed student's progress, assigned grades and kept parents informed through newsletters, reports, behavior charts and phone calls.
  • Handled front desk responsibilities including but not limited to answering phone calls, receiving payments, and checking out students accordingly.
  • Advised and communicated with four students and their parents, including daily homework checks, conferences, and phone calls home.
  • Receive and make phone calls to administration and parents concerning children, whether it be conferences, emergencies, or concerns.
  • Documented progress of targeted goals by daily and monthly reports, emails, phone calls and conferences between all parties involved.
  • Be in contact with parents through emails, phone calls and the Spanish Facebook page, about children learning and developing.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, end of the week paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Facilitated positive relationships with parents and guardians through daily notes, phone calls, parent/teacher conferences, and home visits.
  • Encourage parent and community involvement, obtain information for parents when requested, promptly return phone calls and answer emails.

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45. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged open communications, enhanced individual learning goals, and instilled strong commitment in meeting educational objectives established for each student.
  • Created a curriculum and lesson plans with student-learning methodologies while maintaining an open communications and positive relationship with the students.
  • Provided input for bi-annual assessment of children's development Maintained daily open communication with parents Keep accident reports Maintain confidentiality.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with students, parents and administration to promote positive and open communication and support.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents * Responsible for observing and monitoring student activity at all times
  • Created open communication between parents and myself, moreover created relationships based on trust and professionalism.
  • Maintain open communications with parents Developed and implemented weekly lesson plan Assist in administrative duties Attend workshops
  • Maintained accountability and open communication with work colleagues and parents in a professional and pleasant demeanor.
  • Established a positive learning environment through open communication in my classroom and encouraged students' individualism.
  • Cultivate professional relationships with parents, teachers, directors and therapists through open communication.
  • Maintained open communication and maintained productive relationships with parents of the children in my class
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents, adhering to HIPPA laws and practicing confidentiality.
  • Promoted interactive learning which fostered an environment of open communication and increased student learning.
  • Keep open communication between parent and teacher through classroom website and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Recognized for open communication with parents and administrators regarding students growth and prosperity.
  • Maintained open communication with parents sharing information related to child development / assessment.
  • Maintain open communication with parents in the surrounding community to support student achievement.
  • Fostered personable relationships with parents through open communication and conduct insightful parent/teacher conferences.
  • Maintained open communication with students, parents, and administrators regarding student achievement.
  • Maintained open communication with the administration and parents regarding student progress and/or concerns.

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46. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Focused on teaching number and letter recognition and introduction to writing foundations necessary for Kindergarten
  • Developed lessons focused on letter recognition and letter sound recognition in a preschool setting
  • Combined playing and interactive activities with a focus on early academic learning, including letter recognition, phonics, and numbers.
  • Provided a program that readied children for Kindergarten, including letter recognition, simple sight words, and handwriting skills.
  • Focused on early academic learning, including letter recognition, phonics, numbers and an awareness of science and nature.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Use play and hands-on teaching to promote letter recognition, phonics, numbers, and awareness of nature and science.
  • Developed curriculum to help children learn colors, shapes, letter recognition and numbers in a creative, nurturing environment.
  • Manage all needs of children, teaching number and letter recognition, Spanish, writing, social interaction with peers.
  • Implemented my own ideas and projects to meet curriculum standards including letter recognition and beginning reading and math skills.
  • Create lesson plans to teach color, shape, number, letter recognition, personal hygiene and social skills.
  • Developed and implemented HighScope curriculum including the basics such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.
  • Instruct students in basic skills, including: colors, shapes, numbers, and letter recognition.
  • Teach basic skills such as number and letter recognition, social skills, science, and history.
  • Improved reading skills by teaching phonics, letter recognition, note-taking, speed-reading, and other strategies.
  • Designed activities to develop children's letter recognition, number sense, and fine motor skills.
  • Incorporated basic skills into the lessons (colors, numbers, shapes, letter recognition).
  • Teach basic social block (math, colors, shapes, numbers, letter recognition).
  • Introduced and reinforced basic skills such as colors, shapes, numbers, and letter recognition.
  • Assisted children in developing knowledge of colors, shapes, numbers, and letter recognition.

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47. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained professional competence through in-service educational activities
  • Participate within various staffing committees in promoting student learning by planning educational activities based on thematic units learned in the classroom.
  • Developed creative weekly lesson plans to provide students with effective and stimulating educational activities to maximize their learning experience.
  • Administer and scoring of tests Formulating lesson plans Individual/group instruction Counseling/crisis intervention Planning/implementing of all recreational and educational activities
  • Used various educational activities, and interactive activities doing play to develop language and vocabulary among children.
  • Organized social and educational activities for students and their families including sponsoring the multicultural Club.
  • Created and directed interesting and engaging educational activities and discussions for students aged 5-12.
  • Organized games and assisted children with homework and educational activities, supporting enhanced learning.
  • Plan, prepare, and develop educational activities following established guidelines and reference documents.
  • Contributed a range of materials for children to explore and manipulate in educational activities.
  • Performed traditional educational activities: grade reports, curriculum, parent-teacher conferences, etc.
  • Incorporated educational activities and field trips to engage children in meaningful learning experiences.
  • Facilitated and planned grade appropriate educational activities for students in all subject areas.
  • Developed, planned and implemented educational activities for children aged three-five years old.
  • Plan and implement educational activities that promote quality teaching in accordance to Creative Curriculum
  • Improved student engagement by organizing and participating in events and educational activities.
  • Collaborated with other middle school teachers in planning and preparing educational activities.
  • Maintain professional competence and participate in educational activities provided by the school.
  • Executed educational activities and prepared 3rd grade students for promotional achievement testing.
  • Maintain paperwork.developed educational activities for infants and toddlers.prepared bottles and changed diapers.

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48. Social Needs

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Here's how Social Needs is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed Kindergarten prepared curriculum, designing and developing programs to meet academic and social needs.
  • Developed challenging and age appropriate activities to foster academic and social needs.
  • Instruct 3rd grade curriculum, design and develop lessons to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Developed and executed lesson plans to meet the academic and social needs of students as well as comply with state requirements.
  • Created a safe, positive learning environment that met and enhanced the emotional, intellectual and social needs of each student.
  • Implement the Common Core Curriculum through designing and developing lessons to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Designed and developed Kindergarten curriculum programs to meet the academic and social needs of students including the New Jersey State Core-Standards.
  • Developed engaging lesson plans to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students at varying levels of educational performance.
  • Developed interesting lesson plans (based on the Common Core) to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Implemented interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual, and social needs of students ages 6 weeks to 5 years.
  • Ensured the health and safety of the children throughout the day while taking care of both their physical and social needs.
  • Instructed 5th, 3rd, 2nd, 1st grade curriculum, met and exceeded academic, intellectual and social needs of students
  • Instruct second and third grade curriculum, designing programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Developed interesting challenging course work to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of student's grades 9-12 Public High School.
  • Provided education for children for Pre-K class in preparation to enter kindergarten; responsible for social needs/safety within classroom setting.
  • Worked closely with families to ensure the intellectual, physical, emotional and social needs of each child is met.
  • Cultivated a warm, supportive environment for developing children's educational development, cognitive, emotional, and social needs.
  • Instruct elementary curriculum, designed and developed programs that met the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Developed lesson plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students participating in before and after school programming.
  • Assist in developing or revising curriculum or learning materials to meet instructional, psychological and social needs of each student.

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49. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior, policies and procedures to maintain development and physical health.
  • Care about their physical healthiness and mental healthiness.
  • Observe students during classroom and play activities to evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Provide support and advocacy services, on and off site, for families concerning: mental and physical health services.
  • Attend to children's basic needs and observe/evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Evaluated children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health through assessment, evaluation, progress reports.

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50. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Practiced multiple intelligence facilitation to prepare students for advancement through exploration in both learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provided a stimulating environment for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Created age-appropriate, physically and mentally engaging and imaginative play activities for the children.
  • Related with children through conversation, encouraging imaginative play, and story exploration.
  • Engaged children in exploratory activities, imaginative play, and sensory activities.
  • Facilitated creative and imaginative play, to expand critical thinking
  • Implement learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Encouraged imaginative play and socialization.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development and physical health in learning activities and imaginative play exercises.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for children to learn Italian, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use for learning and imaginative play.
  • Developed fun and interactive lessons in math, language, science, art, self care and imaginative play.
  • Developed a variety of materials and resources for learning activities and imaginative play that cater to the different learning styles
  • Utilized music and nursery rhymes to teach letters, social skills, enhance imaginative play, and reenact stories.
  • Provided learning materials and resources for children to explore and interact with during learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Manipulate and use both in learning activities and in imaginative play provide weekly and monthly schedules of activities.
  • Encouraged student's mathematical and creative development through stories, songs, games, drawing and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Developed a variety of materials for children to stimulate them in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Job Duties: Provided a variety of materials and manipulative in learning activities and imaginative play.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Teacher

Classroom Management17.5%
Curriculum Development16.2%
Lesson Plans16%
Mathematics8.2%
Student Learning5.3%
OLD Children5.3%
Language Arts5.1%
Special Needs3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
15.1%
15.1%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
14%
14%
3
3
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
13.8%
13.8%
4
4
Mathematics
Mathematics
7.1%
7.1%
5
5
Student Learning
Student Learning
4.6%
4.6%
6
6
OLD Children
OLD Children
4.6%
4.6%
7
7
Language Arts
Language Arts
4.4%
4.4%
8
8
Special Needs
Special Needs
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Social Studies
Social Studies
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Class Activities
Class Activities
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Grade Level
Grade Level
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
IEP
IEP
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Literature
Literature
1.6%
1.6%
15
15
Pre-K
Pre-K
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Literacy
Literacy
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Social Development
Social Development
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
ESL
ESL
1%
1%
21
21
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
State Standards
State Standards
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Subject Areas
Subject Areas
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Biology
Biology
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
CPR
CPR
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Geography
Geography
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Bible
Bible
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Student Records
Student Records
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
K-12
K-12
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Core Subjects
Core Subjects
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Geometry
Geometry
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Economics
Economics
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Letter Recognition
Letter Recognition
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Social Needs
Social Needs
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Physical Health
Physical Health
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
0.3%
0.3%

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