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Top 50 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, 15.3% 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Teacher

1. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained individual student folder, record keeping, classroom management using positive classroom discipline for positive outcomes.
  • Assisted classroom teachers in providing consistent classroom management according to individual behavioral needs and plans.
  • Employed a proactive approach to classroom management and implemented weekly parent-teacher meetings.
  • Demonstrated and applied effective classroom management and motivation techniques.
  • Recognized for excellent classroom management and organization.
  • Incorporated successful classroom management and incentive opportunities.
  • Implemented classroom management with positive reinforcement.
  • Voted Teacher of the Month in March 2013 for my unique teaching strategies, hands-on classroom activities and excellent classroom management.
  • Served as a teacher at the elementary level - wrote and delivered lessons, classroom management.
  • Founded a positive classroom management system that embraced a mutual rapport between teacher and students.
  • Oriented and mentored new teachers, assisting with classroom management methods and lesson planning.
  • Improved new teacher retention by mentoring and coaching staff on classroom management techniques.
  • Mentored two graduate student teachers in lesson planning, grading and classroom management.
  • Utilized classroom management procedures and skills in various classroom and field settings.
  • Maintained a positive child centered class through strong classroom management skills.
  • Employed a range of classroom management strategies.
  • Help to maintain classroom management.
  • Participated in advance training courses with over 60 hrs of TEFL Training Trained new teachers in Joy school methods and classroom management
  • Substitute teacher for Charter Schools - Classroom Management/All grades all subjects
  • general education teacher (math, reading, science, social studies, writing) computer science STEM enrichment classroom management assessment

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2. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared daily/weekly/monthly lesson plans and curriculum for children aged two.
  • Implemented lesson plans and organized students for effective instruction.
  • Developed, organized and implemented structured lesson plans.
  • Worked collaboratively with school counselors to execute lesson plans, teach science & social studies classes.
  • Worked in a fast pace environment creating lesson plans and fostering growth and development in toddlers.
  • Prepared lesson plans, gathered materials needed to ensure students full engagement.
  • Created lesson plans in accordance with state curriculum and school-wide curriculum standards.
  • Created lesson plans and developed new learning activities for students.
  • Make lesson plans every 6 weeks for ACE.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and event calendars.
  • Create long-term and short-term lesson plans.
  • Create Lesson Plans, Administer Evaluations
  • Prepared and executed weekly lesson plans Managed class behavior and rewards
  • Facilitate instruction with large groups of students Make lesson plans and turn them in every week.
  • Create short-term and long-term lesson plans including brain-based strategies to ensure all students needs are met.
  • Drafted lesson plans and submitted them for review and feedback in a timely manner.
  • Teach children ages 0-6 basics Create arts and crafts for children Create mini lesson plans
  • Explained grammar concepts to student * Collaborated with classroom teacher * Differentiated lesson plans accordingly * Helped to modify behavior of student
  • Position: English Teacher Arranging English lesson plans Teaching English lessons to children between the ages of 2 and 12 years old
  • plan and create lesson plans organize classroom plan activities for children

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3. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Combined expertise in focused curriculum development assistance and lesson plans to promote advancement in learning skills and education.
  • Maintained professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
  • Provide quality childcare that includes curriculum development, support children's positive social behaviors, and parent-partnerships.
  • Provide educational instruction in a vast majority of classroom settings and curriculum development.
  • Summer reading laboratory Skills Used Use of creative curriculum development including music skills...
  • Performed teaching and curriculum development functions similar to above position.
  • Participated in curriculum development in addition to special programs.
  • Participated in the district curriculum development for social studies.
  • Participate in curriculum development programs, as grade-level chairperson.
  • Selected by principal to be Curriculum Development Team representative.
  • Recognized as an expert in curriculum development.
  • Participated in curriculum development programs as required.
  • Participated on numerous curriculum development committees.
  • Created and implemented 20+ new online English courses, including curriculum development and development of lesson plans.
  • Improved teaching quality through curriculum development, staff recruitment, interviews, and staff training.
  • Assisted with weekly lesson plans, program, and curriculum development
  • Middle School Science curriculum development and instruction.
  • Served on school committees and taskforces focused on curriculum development, textbook review, fundraising and anti-bullying efforts.
  • Grade Created age appropriate lesson plans in Judaic studies Assisted with Judaic curriculum development for elementary school.
  • Subject level curriculum development Subject level teaching (Key Stage 3, IGCSE) School productions

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4. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Work in a 3:1 ratio with students on study skills, mathematics, test prep, academic reading, and writing.
  • Conducted lectures, supervised tests, and prepared grades for classes in Physics and Mathematics at 11th and 12th grade levels.
  • Planned and implemented lessons in Physics and Mathematics for 7-9 grades with a direct application to the different technical areas.
  • Provide small group instruction to students in reading, writing, language arts, mathematics, social studies and science.
  • Used interactive platform for Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Health and writing to complement the child-based hands-on curriculum.
  • Deliver standard based instruction to fifth grade students in language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics.
  • Developed and implemented daily instruction for fifth grade students in mathematics, science, social studies, and health
  • Plan and deliver a blended-learning model in mathematics for students in grades 6-12 in an alternative education setting.
  • Assumed an ever-increasing responsibility for the mathematics curriculum material, updating tests, worksheets, and answer keys.
  • Planned and implemented instruction for fourth grade students in mathematics, social studies, science, and religion.
  • Developed and executed a new course at high school level Mathematics tailored for students with learning disabilities.
  • Involved with mathematics field trips, and took students to skiing trips in Italy and France.
  • Created lesson plans for basic curriculum such as English, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science.
  • Guided students in 8-12th Mathematics (primarily Algebra and also Applied Math).
  • Teach Mathematics, Language Arts, Social Studies and Science to Grade three students
  • Chaired an in-depth study of mathematics for the Academy for grades 3-8.
  • Introduce children to mathematics, language, science, and social studies.
  • Tutored students of age 10 - 17 for mathematics and English Leadership
  • Mastered mathematics, writing, sight words, science (cause and effect), and Art.
  • Assisted in regular updates to the course curriculums of science and mathematics based courses taught in the school.

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5. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Manage the in-school suspension facility to provide a structured, orderly environment conducive to effective student learning.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct ongoing issues.
  • Collaborated with colleagues on best instructional practices and facilitating data-driven conversations on student learning and achievement.
  • Implement various types of technology into student learning and engagement with effective achievement results.
  • Provide instruction, management of classroom environment and promoted student learning.
  • Incorporated hands-on activities to encourage student learning and promote participation.
  • Motivated and encouraged student learning.
  • Direct the team in the analysis of and improvement of student learning data, seeking out and experimenting with best practices.
  • Communicated weekly with Principal, co-teachers, and parents to track student learning and development achievement.
  • Conducted assessment of student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
  • Created daily lesson plans and developed study plans to facilitate student learning.
  • Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in student learning styles.
  • Established partnerships with parents to enable and support student learning.
  • Collaborated with other 2nd Grade Teachers to enhance student learning.
  • Used data driven instruction to gauge student learning.
  • Employed age appropriate activities and utilized multi-discipline techniques to encourage student learning.
  • Analyzed data to effectively remediate and enrich student learning
  • Analyzed and compiled evidence of student learning and displayed in an excel spreadsheet to identify specific learning needs of students.
  • Designed and implemented lessons to foster student learning based on 4th and 6th grade New York State Curriculum.
  • Document student learning progress; compile and manage data and generate reports to identify student needs.

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6. OLD Children
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Here's how OLD Children is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum for three year old children.
  • Developed and implemented creative and educational activities for 3 and 4 year old children to facilitate learning in preparation for kindergarten.
  • Planned lessons for two-year-old children in a daycare setting while maintaining a healthy, safe, and positive classroom environment.
  • Provide a friendly, fun, safe, and educationally enriching environment for 3-year-old children.
  • Instructed 3 classes of 3-5 year old children in English language and culture.
  • Developed and taught Religious School for four year old children on Sunday mornings.
  • Teach 20 4 and 5 year old children in a fun learning environment.
  • Worked with 4 and 5 year old children in a fully inclusive classroom.
  • Provided religious instruction to (15) eight-year-old children in classroom.
  • Educate and care for one and two year old children.
  • Manage a classroom of three to four year old children.
  • Lead teacher for a class of 3-4 year old children.
  • Lead and teach up to ten two year old children.
  • Assisted with potty training for 2 year old children.
  • Provided educational activities for 4-12 year old children.
  • Educated a class of five year old children.
  • Develop curriculum and teach 3-4 year-old children.
  • Design the English teaching plan for the 3-8 years old children.
  • Planned and implemented four different hands on classes for four to six year old children Supervised and effectively communicated with assistant
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for 4-5 year old children Helped organize school events Addressed inappropriate behavior

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7. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Functioned as a member of a curriculum development team in planning and developing language arts instruction.
  • Researched, planned and initiated Reading/Language Arts blocking and implementing the use of interdisciplinary teams.
  • Used leaning styles that are proven and tested to work in language learning aspect.
  • Created and implemented unique curriculum to assist children in learning a second language.
  • Planned activities that would stimulate growth in language, social and motor skills.
  • Grade 2-classroom teacher to international students of varying language levels and backgrounds.
  • Provide instruction in Spanish World Language in a general education classroom setting.
  • Conducted group/individual reading, language arts, writing, and history.
  • Influence them to spur their interest in the study of language.
  • Planned, organized and executed English language instruction to students overseas.
  • Fostered physical, mental, language, cognitive and social development.
  • Instructed daily class activities for the Spanish language class.
  • Utilize appropriate language, interactions, and positive discipline.
  • Test of English to Speakers of Other Languages.
  • Used foreign language, and cultural knowledge to provide French and Theater courses to children (9 to 17 year-olds).
  • Supervised and taught English language learners (ages 4-6) Cambridge International Certified (UK Standards)
  • Key Results: Develop communicative competence, teach forms and uses of English language.
  • focused on math and language skills for struggling students.
  • Implemented standard middle grades curriculum with a focus on Language Arts, Reading, History and Religion.

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8. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Joined in cooperative units in science, social studies, and math lessons with team members for fifth and sixth grade.
  • Served in a number of long-term assignments in such areas as foreign languages and Social Studies, in an inner-city environment.
  • Introduce children to reading, writing, science, creative arts, social studies, and expand on their vocabulary.
  • Create individualize curriculum in writing development and social studies for students in a split fourth and fifth grade class.
  • Teach social studies (world history / US history) at a high school level to middle school students.
  • Prepare lesson plans for Religion, Math, Spelling, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts.
  • Supervised, managed and instructed students in the subjects of English, Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Developed standards for language arts, math, social studies and science for third grade.
  • Scored a value added 3-4 in student growth measures in science and social studies.
  • Planned and implemented differentiated instruction for seventh and eighth grade students in social studies.
  • Instructed students in Music, Communication Arts and Social Studies.
  • Served on science and social studies curricula revision teams.
  • Teach Math, Social Studies and Reading/Language Arts
  • Served on textbook committee for Social Studies
  • Teach grades 6- 12 Social Studies/ SAT Prep
  • Designed and taught weekly lesson plans in Theatre Arts and core subjects English and Social Studies for at risk students.
  • Award winning Social Studies Data Base Company
  • Provided resources needed to teach the social studies curriculum and acted as the liaison between teachers and administrators.
  • General 5th grade teacher Subjects : Math, Science, English, Reading ,Social Studies
  • Assisted students with reading, math, writing, English, science and social studies .

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9. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provided individual tutoring for students with special needs to achieve positive academic outcomes.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Cared for special needs children, including those with learning disabilities, mental health challenges, and physical impairments.
  • Demonstrated a keen sensitivity to student needs with special attention to cultural diversity and the special needs population.
  • Provided individuals help with skill development, as well and modifying lessons for students with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs students from grades 6-12 that had disciplinary problems in their traditional schools.
  • Collaborated effectively with school and district to discuss best practice supports for students with special needs.
  • Plan and teach daily English Language lessons for a class of 24 Special Needs Children.
  • Develop lessons for students with special needs and students who were identified as low-achieving.
  • Program, a remedial program for ninth and tenth grade students with special needs.
  • Served as Service Group Moderator, Special Needs Coordinator, and Forensics Moderator.
  • Attend training on a yearly basis to accommodate special needs of students.
  • Work with special needs students with a wide range of disabilities.
  • Conducted group and one-on-one Math activities for Special Needs Children.
  • School enrollment at 89 including students with special needs.
  • Create modified tests and assignments for special needs students.
  • Modify and assist special needs students as needed.
  • Home instruction program for High school child with special needs including one on one instruction, ABA and Life skills
  • Worked one-on-one with a special needs child Prepared lessons
  • Integrate special needs children in a respectful manner.

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10. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum maps for each grade level
  • Train school staff that have limited science knowledge, enabling them to deliver quality instruction to students of all grade levels.
  • Collaborate with grade team partners in order to increase number of students working on appropriate grade level skills and concepts.
  • Provided grade level ELA instruction to middle and high school students based on statewide standards.
  • Coordinated lessons with classroom teacher for those students performing at an unsatisfactory grade level.
  • Teach students on grade levels 9 - 12 on the subject of Leadership Education.
  • Generated grade level plans and worked as a team player with parents and fellow teachers
  • Work with students who are below grade level in math and reading skills.
  • Designed, completed and implemented Curriculum Maps for each grade level.
  • Served two years as grade level chairperson for the fifth grade.
  • Designed and executed lesson plans for grade levels, 7-12.
  • Served as a Lead Literacy Teacher for grade level team.
  • Grade level representative on Multi-Tiered System of Support team.
  • Prepare students in skills necessary for higher grade level.
  • Prepared lesson plans appropriate to grade level.
  • Manage Second grade level class.
  • Teach standards for grade level.
  • Grade level chair, member of the School Improvement Team and Multi-Tiered Support Team to help underachieving students become successful.
  • Plan and instruct grade level appropriate activities according to the Georgia QCC standards * Continuing education instructor
  • SIT (School Improvement Team) Secretary Grade level Chairperson

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11. Small Group
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Here's how Small Group is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Provide one-on-one assistance and small group instruction for students performing below minimum achievement levels.
  • Analyze data from multiple assessments and use it to identify kids that need intense reading/math intervention and or small group instruction.
  • Used data to modify my teaching strategies as well as small group instruction in order to best meet individual needs.
  • Prepare for and conduct large group activities involving music and movement and small group activities involving exploring and problem-solving.
  • Provided classroom support by team teaching and providing individual and small group instruction with at-risk and diverse urban students
  • Expanded the range of learning through differentiated whole class, individual, and small group instruction.
  • Implemented common core Math best practices into the classroom instruction and small group differentiated time.
  • Provide differentiated instruction, both in whole and small groups, in an inclusive classroom.
  • Demonstrate awareness of the entire group whether working with a small group or individuals.
  • Present subject matter to students individually or in small groups to reinforce learning concepts.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Planned large and small group and individual activities for up to 80 children.
  • Facilitated small group learning strategies for college bound students by utilizing assessment reports.
  • Create challenging hands on activities to promote whole group and small group discussion.
  • Used small groups to foster gross motor, cognitive, and sensory learning.
  • Differentiate small group instruction for re-teaching, practice or enrichment as needed.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups
  • Provided whole group and small group instruction to 4 and 5 year olds.
  • Provided "at-risk" students additional strategies including preparing differentiated lessons, structured small group and individual instruction.
  • Head teacher for three and four year olds Implement and plan lesson plans and small groups using High Scope curriculum.

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12. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented differentiated lessons based on student's IEP goals, strengths, learning preferences, and academic needs.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, participated in developing and implementing IEP goals, and helped coordinate speech/OT/PT programs for students.
  • Work alongside special educator to develop strategies for students with IEP's and students whom display academic difficulties.
  • Write lesson plans, participate & add to IEPS for students, parent conferences, home visits.
  • Developed lessons with the Creative Curriculum as well as implemented and created IEP plans for students.
  • Utilize IEP Direct to create IEP's along with the child's team of professionals.
  • Worked with IEP and ESL students in the classroom according to individualized plans.
  • Assist with the formulation of IEP's and generated quarterly report cards.
  • Produced and executed a several IEP s per year.
  • Analyzed IEP's of students throughout the school.
  • Created goals aligned with IEP documentation.
  • Implement individualized education plans (IEP's) Planning and delivering effective differentiated instruction.
  • Developed and managed as many as 25 IEPs annually for at-risk and emotionally disturbed students.
  • Teach special needs students, following IEPs, in core subjects, concentrating in ELA.
  • Input children's yearly health screening; vision, physical, dental, special needs (IEPs).
  • Created academic plans to meet IEP goals Developed behavioral protocols for students on the Autism spectrum Implemented and developed crisis management plans
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans Collaborated with parents and teachers Took part in IEP meeting for students
  • Create and implement weekly lesson plans Attend daily PLC meetings Integrating Technology in the classroom Utilizing and implementing IEP's
  • Instruct high school students with life and English skills needed for college and work environments Develop and implement IEPs
  • Attended IEP and Manifestation meetings using my vote .Maintained classroom and school regulations .

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13. Literature
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Here's how Literature is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Remain up-to-date with developments in field through participation in professional conferences and reading of periodicals and other literature.
  • Developed and presented comprehensive learning plans with focus on grammar and literature.
  • Designed a literature curriculum to correspond with student interests.
  • Lead teacher for 9th grade Literature course at Holly Springs High School as part of the Mississippi Teacher Corps.
  • Provided instruction in English, teaching basic concepts in spelling, grammar, reading, writing/composition, and literature.
  • Teach personal hygiene, music, art, and literature to children from 3-5 years old.
  • Prepared and taught Spanish language, English literature, and math lessons, grades 9-12.
  • Boosted cultural awareness by incorporating children's literature from cultures around the world.
  • Enhanced reading skills through the use of children's literature and story time.
  • Designed literature and writing curriculum for a new, top-performing high school.
  • Teach 9th Grade Humane Letters and 8th Grade literature and composition.
  • Help students interpret literature, poetry, and finance.
  • Evaluated and developed literature reading lists 7th-12th grades.
  • Utilized English literature and poetry to teach language.
  • Implemented standard Language Arts curriculum including grammar, spelling, literature, poetry, writing, oration, and study skills.
  • Prepared lesson plans using the AOL method of lesson planning Coordinated lab activities to promote fluency in English literature
  • Designed and taught lessons in African American Literature, Writing, and Young Adult Literature curriculum.
  • Developed original courses in Theatre and Literature for 10-12 grades.
  • Delivered original courses in Theatre and Literature, including Beginning and Intermediate Playwriting, Dramatic Theory, and Acting.
  • Revamped 11th Grade American Literature curriculum Served as Advisor for core group of students Founded weekly Poetry Club

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14. Pre-K
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Here's how Pre-K is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Teach Spanish to Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten.
  • Maintained compliance with city, county and state governing agencies, as I launched two new Pre-K classrooms.
  • Prepared and implemented lesson plans for students in grades Pre-K-5th grade
  • Lead teacher for Three Year Old's and Pre-Kindergarten Children.
  • Created and managed lesson plans for the Pre-K Class.
  • Planned and taught lessons in Pre-Kindergarten, grade 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
  • School teacher for Pre-Kindergarten at on-campus Zelia Stephens Early Childhood Center
  • Instructed pre-kindergarten children in mathematics and reading skills.
  • Substituted as an Infant Teacher, Toddler Teacher, Preschool Teacher, Pre-k Teacher, School Age Teacher, and Breaker.
  • Worked with pre-kindergarten children teaching the VPK curriculum and also helping out in the toddler through three's classrooms.
  • Provided instruction and care to pre-K and 5th grade students using established lesson plans for varying age groups.
  • Teach kids their basic information * Teach the kids everything they need to know before going into Pre-K
  • Planned lessons for the children in grades Pre-Kindergarten- Kindergarten -Created fun learning games, crafts, and activities
  • Utilized the program's material to enhance the learning skills of pre-k and K students.
  • Prepared engaging activities for toddlers entering into the Pre-K and headstart programs.
  • Prepare monthly curriculum for Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Enrichment, and School-Age children.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on unit planning and events for pre-k classrooms.
  • Lead monthly devotionals for grades pre-k to 5th grade.
  • Teach 3-4 year olds the necessary requirements for Pre-Kindergarten.
  • Help with asseing primary children and documentation Involved in enrolling students in pre-school and pre-K

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15. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Planned ability and strategy-based literacy lessons using the Jan Richardson Guided Reading model.
  • Improved academic performance as Literacy Specialist.
  • Promote literacy and early education.
  • Volunteer 10-15 hours after school helping with school activities such as Literacy Night and Mystery Basket, Harvest Festival.
  • Used Literacy First for formal and informal assessments on literacy skills that are required for Kindergarten.
  • Collaborate with peers on the development of the literacy curriculum through the literacy professional learning committee.
  • Set a learning environment daily to support literacy, math, science and history awareness.
  • Prepared creative lesson plans and taught ESOL to low literacy immigrants living in the Bronx.
  • Utilized co-teaching and team teaching strategies to successfully co-teach within a seventh grade literacy class.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
  • Promoted literacy and summer engagement as an intern with the Summer Learning Challenge.
  • Co-chaired Literacy and Library Committees, served on WASC Curriculum and Instruction Committee.
  • Evaluated ongoing student needs through student literacy learning programming and classroom testing.
  • Designed individual lessons for each child in literacy and math.
  • Collaborated with other teachers to improve students' literacy skill.
  • Teach weekly adult literacy course to immigrants and refugees.
  • Implemented science workshops to increase student literacy.
  • Worked with 4 new programs this year including IRead, Literacy First, Engage New York and Being a Writer.
  • Employed strategies to promote writing as process in all classes Used research-driven techniques to help students improve literacy
  • Develop and implement lesson plans for toddlers Read books Taught early literacy skills

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16. Special Education
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Here's how Special Education is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curriculum, researched community resources and wrote a manual on special education for community use.
  • Assessed students in the community weekly to determine eligibility for early childhood special education services.
  • Communicate instruction to students in both general education and special education in an inclusive environment.
  • Worked effectively with special education students to ensure completion and understanding of all assignments.
  • Worked collaboratively with Special Education teams to integrate students into regular classroom curriculum.
  • Provided assistance to classroom teacher in special education preschool, focusing oneself-esteem.
  • Worked with special education children in a general education classroom setting.
  • Organized and facilitated staff professional development on special education regulations.
  • Provide push in/pull out special education teacher support services to 8-12 grade students with learning disabilities and emotional disturbance.
  • Counseled students and parents to resolve learning and discipline problems and participated in IEP meetings for special education students.
  • Worked closely with special education teachers to modify lesson plans to meet students' needs within integrated classroom.
  • Supervised, interacted with and chaperoned children to special educational events and field trips.
  • Serve as a collaborative special education teacher working with students that have learning disabilities.
  • Arrange supportive learning activities to assist special education students in the self-contained classroom setting.
  • Lead teacher co teaching with a special education intervention specialist.
  • Advised teachers in creative instruction for Special Education classes.
  • Instruct in a classroom setting grades K through 12, including special education classes Tutor
  • Gifted and Talented and/or Special Education).
  • Implement IEPs for special education students.
  • Grade 5 Differentiated instruction through collaboration with special education teachers for students with IEPs and 504 accommodation plans.

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Here's how Professional Development is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted standard-based instruction by providing demonstration lessons, focused observations, and professional development on research-based instructional strategies and classroom practices.
  • Participated in staff meetings and professional development training while maintaining strong relationships with fellow staff and administrators.
  • Attend professional development, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional competence.
  • Developed and implemented teacher professional development workshops for using technology throughout the curriculum for individual classrooms.
  • Participated in professional development opportunities and applied the concepts to classroom and school activities.
  • Presented professional development workshops on the integration of technology in the classroom.
  • Pursued professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Led professional development sessions on lesson planning.
  • Delivered professional development through school improvement committee.
  • Led professional development workshops for teachers.
  • Attended professional development workshops and lectures.
  • Participate in ongoing professional development.
  • Investigated teacher professional development activities.
  • Attended professional development days and discussed educational topics and strategies with other teachers and assistant teachers in the program.
  • Participate in professional development, and stay abreast of current research through education seminars, workshops, conferences.
  • Led professional development classes on using the SmartBoard and other technology within the classroom.
  • Researched, planned and taught professional development classes on research based instructional strategies.
  • Maintain confidentiality with students personal health information; attend staff meetings; and professional developments.
  • Attended E-academy Webinar professional development sessions.
  • Practiced skills learned in professional development such as customer service, de-escalation, and use of QR codes to engage.

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  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Collaborate with teacher to plan and implement daily activities, e.g., circle time, songs, dancing and crafts.
  • Assisted with lesson plans, daily activities, and was a bus driver transporting kids to and from school.
  • Plan and assist in daily activities, such as reading books, arts and crafts, and outside games.
  • Follow and Implement appropriate curriculum plans, for daily activities in a variety of settings and subjects.
  • Communicated with children's parents and guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and problems.
  • Communicated with children's guardians about daily activities, behaviors and related issues.
  • Assisted the teacher with daily activities for two years to five years old.
  • Plan and implement daily activities for large and small groups of children.
  • Assist lead teacher in daily activities.
  • Planned daily activities for the children.
  • Constructed schedules and daily activities.
  • Oversee children during daily activities.
  • Prepared classrooms for daily activities.
  • Communicate with children's parents and guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues Sanitize toys and play equipment.
  • Plan daily activities and lesson that correspond with the curriculum Teach letters, numbers, and colors.
  • Planned daily activities and curriculum Drove the van to drop the children off at school Met with parents regarding issues
  • Direct all daily activities Create lesson plans that help enculturate students on a world view level.
  • Planned daily activities and curriculum Handled payroll checks Met with parents regarding issues Supervised for director when needed
  • Implemented daily activities for children three years of age *Communicated daily with parents regarding childrens' behaviors and progress

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19. Staff Members
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  • Collaborated with the school supervisors and staff members to assess the student's needs and how best to address them.
  • Work with students and staff members on issues such as behavior management and the prevention of undesirable behaviors.
  • Initialized and maintained strong communication with parents and staff members to help foster the success of each student.
  • Coordinated SYNAR Program and activities along with Compliance Checks, supervised youth and staff members associated with grant.
  • Practiced collaboration with many staff members on a variety of professional, instructional, and behavioral goals.
  • Plan and implement lesson plans, administer assessments, daily communication with parents and other staff members.
  • Coordinate with other staff members to plan activities, supervise field trips, and tutor children.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Monitor and report status of students to appropriate staff members for action and or evaluation.
  • Attended board meetings, wrote executive summaries, then presented to building staff members.
  • Assist director with planning curriculum and overall monitoring of program and staff members.
  • Participate in team work to construct ideas with the other staff members.
  • Communicated all necessary information to families, children and staff members.
  • Communicated with children's parents and staff members on daily basis.
  • Worked effectively with other staff members and parents and caregivers.
  • Spearheaded operations and supervised up to 6 staff members.
  • Interacted professionally with staff members, parents and children.
  • Collaborated with other staff members and planning teams.
  • Conducted lessons for English First staff members.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.

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20. ESL
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  • Developed original ESL curriculum for Spanish-speaking youth and adult learners.
  • Assisted ESL teachers with instructional responsibilities.
  • Modified lessons for ESL, Limited English Proficiency, Special Education, Title One Migrant students and Gifted and Talented students.
  • Teach an ESL class for about 25 middle school boys in Multan, Pakistan via Skype on a weekly basis
  • Created my own curriculum to teach ESL to students ranging in age, gender, educational background and country.
  • Collaborated with an ESL instructor to meet the needs of a large population of English Language Learners.
  • Delivered ESL classes to over 200 students of ages ranging from 6 to 55 years old.
  • Managed Adult ESL classes in the heart of the Istanbul tourist and night life district.
  • Sponsored an after-school tutoring program for improving ESL students' content area learning.
  • Supported ESL/ELL students in writing by conducting creative writing classes for third-fifth grade.
  • Teach English as a foreign language (ESL) to Taiwanese children.
  • Created lesson plans with an emphasis on active learning through ESL games.
  • Created the curriculum and taught two transitional level ESL courses.
  • Administered and graded midterm and final exams for ESL course.
  • Summer English teacher for ESL academy.
  • Modified lesson plans for ESL students.
  • led homework support group, taught EOG preparation class for a small group of non-proficient and ESL 5th grade students.
  • Provided instruction in ESL classes, as well as help prepare immigrants for the U.S. citizenship test.
  • Conducted Parent-Teacher conferences After school tutoring for 3rd and 4th graders ESL teacher
  • Present Colegio Santa Cruz Trujillo Alto, PR Montessori Program Teaches ESL, Conversational English and College Board Prep Course

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21. Communication
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  • Conducted personalized, interactive lessons for facilitating fluency, developing chronic areas and teaching grammar as a means of communication.
  • Participated actively in the teaching team through communication, collaboration and curriculum planning
  • Facilitated constructive communication between St. Margaret school and students home districts.
  • Maintained open parent communication providing detailed information on individual student progress.
  • Provided customer service through written and verbal communication with parents.
  • Establish consistent communication with parents and children.
  • Facilitated parent communication through online venues.
  • Engage in frequent and open collaboration and communication with colleagues around lesson planning, instructional observations, and student data.
  • Utilize extensive knowledge and experience of unique communication skills required to instruct children and adults to create innovative lesson plans.
  • Established and maintained open lines of communication by conducting conferences with parents, students, principals, and teachers.
  • Noticed an improvement in students' grades, confidence, and their speaking and listening communication skills.
  • Communicated with parents through enrollment, tours, newsletters, conferences and direct personal communication.
  • Used communication skills, perseverance, and patience to instruct and ensure their comprehension.
  • Maintain strong communication between Nature's Classroom staff and visiting school staff.
  • Set up and maintaining communications with parents of students.
  • Maintain good communication with parents.
  • Encourage parental involvement in students education and ensures effective communication with students and parents.
  • Used PBL to encourage student collaboration and communication Served as French/International Club as well as 11th grade class sponsor
  • Promoted a positive school environment Maintained positive communication with staff, faculty, students, and parents
  • Grade and return work in a timely fashion Keep an open line of communication with the parents and the director.

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22. Class Activities
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  • Prepared relevant and interesting audio-visual materials and visually exciting bulletin boards for class activities.
  • Performed routine class activities and classroom management, utilizing computer technology.
  • Developed teaching methods, created curricula and designed class activities.
  • Performed routine class activities and classroom management as assigned.
  • Work includes planning, organizing in-class activities and assessment of different themes and actual situations on the country and the world.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities Observe and evaluate student's performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Helped tutor first graders; graded assignments; planned class activities; and helped decorate classrooms.
  • Worked with teachers to modify lessons and class activities for Special Education students.
  • Managed daily class activities for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years.
  • Prepared materials for lessons and set up equipment for class activities.
  • Help lead and direct students in extra in-class activities.
  • Linked technology to class activities with computer lab sessions.
  • Planned, organized, implemented and monitored class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Supervised class activities and outside play.
  • Led class activities and supervised students.
  • Created class activities and quizzes.
  • Maintained an organized and disciplined environment while completing daily class activities.
  • Created weekly lesson plans Organized and planned class activities
  • Managed class activities in an orderly way so as to provide maximum benefit to the students.

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23. Social Development
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  • Prepared the curriculum and organized activities designed to promote physical and social development of preschool aged children.
  • Incorporated cooperative learning opportunities, to foster social development and self-directed learning.
  • Supported social development through a clear and consistent classroom management expectation.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one-on-one attention.
  • Promoted mental and social development by implementing classroom games.
  • Dedicated to continuously improve social development of children.
  • Develop, Organize and Lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development of students under my care.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health by administering tests.
  • Work to improve the physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of troubled children and adolescents.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self- concepts.
  • Prepare objectives for the day for the social development of the client and to enjoy.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance, behavior, social development and physical health.
  • Organized and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Monitored students' behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Focused on cognitive, physical, & social development.
  • Support and mentor children s emotional and social development.
  • Enforce the rules and regulations for social development.
  • Evaluate students' social development and physical well-being.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, Very organized encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Support Emotional and Social Development of Students .

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24. State Standards
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  • Created unit plans correlating to the state standards of education, maintained a productive class environment, completed professional development courses
  • Team taught second grade with an approach that met state standards, while respecting the individuality and needs of every student.
  • Created and implemented lessons in all content areas aligning with SC State Standards and BCSD curriculum units.
  • Coordinated curriculum in accordance with state standards, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).
  • Developed and taught a visual art curriculum aligned with the state standards for elementary aged students.
  • Achieved effective to highly effective ratings per Indiana State standards in Education.
  • Created materials using Common Core State Standards and Learning Focused Schools frameworks.
  • Designed curriculum and lesson plans in accordance with district and state standards.
  • Provide daily educational programming that is in compliance with state standards.
  • Developed lesson plans corresponding to district and state standards.
  • Institute and uphold state standards for each grade level.
  • Coached/mentored students in meeting the Common Core State Standards.
  • Construct a curriculum based on California state standards.
  • Aligned curriculum with current Common Core State Standards.
  • Demonstrated teaching knowledge of State Standards.
  • Develop curriculum based on state standards.
  • Coordinated a school-wide art show for grades K-6 that emphasized the California State Standards for Fine Arts.
  • Incorporate state standards curriculum for each student based on their individual needs.
  • Supported new teachers Supported building principals with student behavior issues when requested Designed and implemented lesson plans in accordance with state standards
  • Implemented state standards in grades 1, 5/6 split Maintained professional standards Collaborated with teachers, parents, and administrators

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25. Subject Areas
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  • Develop and implemented student-centered lessons in all subject areas for a heterogeneous group of fifth grade seriously emotionally disturbed students.
  • Hired as a full-time teacher, instructing most academic subject areas to classrooms of up to 20 4th grade students.
  • Planned, developed, and instituted creative lesson plans in all subject areas that promoted a high quality-learning environment.
  • Instructed first grade students in subject areas such as Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies, etc.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructed all major subject areas including reading, science, social studies and reading.
  • Planned and implemented lessons in all subject areas for a heterogeneous group of first and second grade students.
  • Planned, organized, and implemented hands-on, center based, and traditional lessons in all subject areas.
  • Provided instruction in all subject areas for 6th grade students, and Language Arts for 7th grade students.
  • Created and implemented daily lesson plans in several subject areas, including Math, Science and History.
  • Instruct Kindergarten students in all subject areas of English/language arts, mathematics, science and social studies.
  • Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas and submit outlines to teachers for review.
  • Planned and instructed all subject areas using a wide variety of teaching aids and strategies.
  • Instruct all subject areas with differentiated instruction to meet the needs of students.
  • Assessed instructional levels in all subject areas to teach 1st grade class.
  • Frequent requests by administration to teach all grades and subject areas.
  • Prepare daily week, and monthly lessons in all subject areas.
  • Used material from other classes to connect subject areas.
  • Instruct all subject areas for grades 4-6.
  • Provided differentiated instruction based on Florida Standards for all subject areas Prepared students for FCAT Writing
  • Prepare Marion County approved lesson plans for six grades and three subject areas Provide psychological and academic services to students

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26. Algebra
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  • Designed and implemented curriculum for Consumer Math that integrated algebraic concepts into the traditional curriculum.
  • Job Description: Tutored other students in Mathematical subjects such as Statistics, Calculus, Linear Programming and Algebra II.
  • Plan, teach and evaluate high school students in two basic areas: General Mathematics and Algebra.
  • Developed and implemented lessons in algebra, Optics, Waves and Astronomy for groups of 12 degree.
  • Created lesson plans for Algebra I and Physical Science for ninth and tenth grade students.
  • Instructed Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Advanced Algebra.
  • Instructed students in general math, algebra, geometry, science, and engineering
  • Provided instruction in algebra to 20 students ages 12-14 of all aptitude levels.
  • Major duties: teaching Trigonometry, Algebra 2, Geometry, and Algebra 1
  • Second semester I teach a class for students who failed algebra first semester.
  • Teach face-to-face College Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, Beginning Algebra, Trigonometry.
  • Major duties: teaching Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and AP calculus
  • Initiated the Honors program for the Algebra and Geometry students.
  • Teach Beginning Algebra online through the Canvas system.
  • Teach Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry.
  • Have taught Algebra, English 2, and Writing.
  • Design and implement curricula for Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Advanced Geometry, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning and Pre-calculus.
  • Attended a variety of co-teaching conferences, and successfully co-taught within a ninth grade Algebra class.
  • Teach algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, trigonometry to students in grades 10 through 12.
  • Teach algebra, pre-calculus and trigonometry to high school students

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27. Safe Environment
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  • Performed daily observation and supervised assigned groups of children to ensure a safe environment.
  • Address and meet the needs of all students by providing a loving and safe environment by creating a school community.
  • Take care of the children needs, provide a safe environment for the children at all times.
  • Maintain a safe environment for students and staff, utilizing safe and effective behavior management strategies.
  • Provided a safe environment for the children by keeping cleaning supplies locked away.
  • Prepared rooms for learning and maintained a clean and safe environment for children.
  • Clean and makes sure classroom was a healthy safe environment for children.
  • Provided a safe environment in the childcare center for elementary school children.
  • Welcomed students into classroom with a positive attitude and safe environment.
  • Created a safe environment in the classroom to promote learning.
  • Provided a safe environment for children to learn and grow.
  • Cared and supported the babies in a safe environment.
  • Ensured an exciting and safe environment for the children.
  • Maintain a clean, safe environment conducive to learning
  • Keep children a safe environment and maintain order.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Provided a clean and safe environment.
  • Provided safe environment that encouraged students to share personal and professional experiences that are related to family counseling.
  • Provided care and assistance to families of the center Supervise children and provide safe environment for learning
  • Teach children pre-k to 5 years old while providing happy and safe environment for the children.

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28. Biology
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  • Based upon my performance I was recruited to a year long position as a Math/Biology/Physical Science/PE teacher with my own classroom.
  • Combined sciences: Taught and tutored physical sciences and biology to a group of students composed primarily of adult learners.
  • Facilitate middle school science (Life Science/Biology, Physical Science, Earth & Space Science, integrated).
  • Designed and taught lessons for Geology and Biology classes averaging 40 students of varying abilities and ages.
  • Facilitate high school science (Earth & Space Science, Life Science/Biology, Environmental Science).
  • Instructed through lectures, and demonstrations in one or more subjects, such as Biology.
  • Crafted and applied daily lessons in Biology and Environmental Science classes averaging 24 students.
  • Developed and taught lessons in Biology with minimal resources to classes averaging 25 students.
  • Implemented daily lessons in Earth Science and Marine Biology classes averaging 30 students.
  • Planned and implemented 10th-12th grade biology according to state standards and common core.
  • Designed high school curriculum for Physical Science, Sign Language, and Biology.
  • Created and presented daily lessons in biology classes averaging 22 students.
  • Designed and co-taught Honors Health and Human Biology, 1992-2010.
  • Planned and presented the biology curriculum for grade 9.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for 10th grade Biology.
  • Certified teacher for Biology for high school.
  • Assisted with spring semester Biology EOC tutoring.
  • Observed 10th grade Biology classes.
  • Developed and communicated interdisciplinary biology units of genetics, ecology, evolution, human physiology, and bioengineering.
  • Lecture Mathematics, Biology Plan and delivers lesson BOARD OF EDUCATION

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29. Instructional Materials
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  • Prepared course work, planned class sessions: Selected/integrated appropriate instructional materials for classroom instruction - Organized/delivered classroom lectures to students.
  • Collaborated with Special Education teachers and other team teachers to develop differentiated instructional materials for all students.
  • Planned, prepared and delivered lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitated active learning.
  • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials and provide individualized and small group instruction.
  • Collaborated with coordinating teacher on creating assessments and instructional materials.
  • Choose and recommend appropriate instructional materials and textbooks.
  • Developed novel instructional materials appropriate for students.
  • Acquired and prepared instructional materials.
  • Provided children with individual attention, adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet student's needs.
  • Prepared lessons, assignments, and instructional materials to meet the diverse needs of all students.
  • Used circle time and centers according to lesson plans and varied the instructional materials used.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Planned and prepared appropriate lessons and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs.
  • Planned, prepared, and delivered lessons and instructional materials for seven different subjects.
  • Developed quality lesson plans and instructional materials for students and peers.
  • Create instructional materials consistent with individual learning, needs and behaviors.
  • Research, select, and purchase instructional materials.
  • Developed lesson plans and instructional materials to provide individualized instruction in order to adapt the curriculum to the needs of students.
  • Prepare instructional materials; maintain a variety of classroom records that meet all licensing requirements 4.
  • Worked to write and proofread instructional materials and aligned these to state and district standards.

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30. Powerpoint
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  • Helped students create PowerPoint presentations of their memoirs, which were presented to their parents on the final day of class.
  • Create technology lessons and prepare students for the applications of various programs including PowerPoint, Word, and Mozilla Firefox.
  • Differentiated instruction through videos, online learning programs, PowerPoint games, and station rotation for multiple learning styles.
  • Utilize a variety of educational resources to solidify newly acquired knowledge (audio, video resources PowerPoint presentations).
  • Created and developed a curriculum in preparation for Microsoft certification exams in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Compiled our PowerPoint for the committee, putting all seven groups' ideas into one cohesive document.
  • Instructed students to create PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, Word documents and Publisher documents.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations to deliver lessons in Science, Reading, and Math.
  • Enhanced classroom participation by including PowerPoint presentations, video, and field trips.
  • Created a variety of reports and presentations using PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Maintained and implemented projects PowerPoint, Excel and Access experience.
  • Created various multimedia presentations (PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Used Microsoft PowerPoint during class.
  • Presented matter that engaged and inspired students via PowerPoint, Prezi's, and lecture notes.
  • Worked with Microsoft word excel PowerPoint adobe illustrator and Photoshop and smart boards.
  • Developed lesson plans and class presentations using Microsoft word and powerpoint.
  • Prepared lesson plans by utilizing word, excel and powerpoint.
  • Prepared Lessons on Smartboard and in PowerPoint format.
  • Prepare lesson with PowerPoint and Smartboard notebooks.
  • produced a highly successful school- wide motivational math video utilizing PowerPoint and Moviemaker.

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31. CPR
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  • Obtained several certifications while employed such as lead teacher, CPR, and First Aid.
  • Gained a number of certifications including Mother Read/Father Read, First Aid and CPR.
  • Attended CPR and First Aid both years for both Infants and older children.
  • Participated in the mandatory First Aid and CPR certification for NY state.
  • Maintained all safety certifications, including first aid and CPR.
  • Provide CPR and First Aid in case of an emergency.
  • Maintained current infant/child CPR and first aid certification.
  • Administer First Aid and CPR as needed.
  • Maintain certification in CPR and First Aid.
  • Certified in First Aid and CPR.
  • Trained in CPR and safety holds.
  • Conducted Parent Teacher Meetings at given time Addition Skills: CPR Certified, Typing Skills.
  • certified in CPR, trained in first aid and safe sleep patterns.
  • Attend professional development classes; maintain first aid and CPR status 5.
  • Completed Gifted and Talented training, AVID training, and CPR.
  • Summer youth camp teaching Licensed in Pediatric first aid and CPR
  • Obtained Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED.
  • Tutor children and assist students with extracurricular activities Provide wound care when necessary Ready to perform CPR and First Aid
  • Certified in CPR Plan lesson plans Care taker of Twelve toddlers
  • adminstered first aid and / or cpr if necessary.

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32. Positive Relationships
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  • Fostered and maintained positive relationships that led to further teaching opportunities through satisfaction with results and interpersonal skills.
  • Developed positive relationships with families, staff and community organizations.
  • Communicate with parents to maintain positive relationships.
  • Maintained positive relationships with students and parents English award renamed the Ebony Parks Excellence in English Award in 2008.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents, team members, and faculty.
  • Established positive relationships with parents through website, emails, and one on one conferences.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Created positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Created and developed positive relationships with children, parents and room partner.
  • Developed positive relationships with administration, faculty, parents, and students.
  • Established positive relationships with coworkers, students, parents, and administration.
  • Foster positive relationships with parents, fellow teachers and administrative staff.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents and colleagues.
  • Created a blogging page to establish positive relationships with parents.
  • Create positive relationships with families, teachers and students.
  • Developed positive relationships with students as well as parents.
  • Maintain positive relationships with children and families.
  • Established positive relationships with staff and students.
  • Established positive relationships with students, colleagues and administrators.

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33. Chemistry
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  • Teach wide variety of scientific content areas including biology, natural sciences, physics, astronomy, chemistry and atomic structure/bonding.
  • Improved the structure and function of the chemistry lab through increased difficulty in the curriculum, expectations, and strategic purchasing.
  • Attended various training seminars, such as Discrepant Events Training, Applied Biology and Chemistry, and Teacher In-Service Training.
  • Performed educational interactive physics, biology, chemistry, and robotics experiments that instill a clear understanding of science.
  • Planned and implemented hands-on, engaging lessons in general biology, general physical science, physics, and chemistry.
  • Developed curriculum for three different courses in high school, chemistry, economics, and technology education.
  • Teach science - chemistry in the junior level and physical science in the freshmen level.
  • Led instruction of science courses for high school students, including Integrated Physics and Chemistry.
  • Instructed students in Advanced Placement Biology, Honors Biology, Biology I, and Chemistry.
  • Planned and implemented 8th grade chemistry and physics according to state standards and common core.
  • Revised both the Biology and Chemistry curriculum to meet current inquiry based assessments.
  • Achieved Chemistry 2 Advanced Placement scores over 30% higher than state average.
  • Provided differentiated education to students in Biology, Chemistry, and Earth Science.
  • Tutor (Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics), Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City
  • Teach Biology and Chemistry to Freshmen and Sophomores in an after-school program.
  • Tutor of students on CXC training for Chemistry.
  • Developed syllabus, course structure, and weekly lab experiments for advanced chemistry and academic chemistry Serve as Jr. High Volleyball Coach
  • School phone: (616) [ ] I taught classes in physics, chemistry, elementary algebra and physical science.
  • Provide one-on-one tutoring to high school students in algebra and chemistry.
  • teach physics teach mathematics teach chemistry electrical circuit theory

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34. Geography
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  • Teach reading comprehension, phonics, mathematics, science, history, geography, computers, art, and social etiquette.
  • Specialized Teacher of Social Studies and Geography; also taught History, Principles of Business and Physical Education.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions and demonstrations in Texas History, American History and World Geography.
  • Teach five sections of 9th grade World Geography following the Memphis City Schools curriculum.
  • Work towards meeting deadlines, completing Geography syllabus and projects for CXC.
  • Prepare curriculum and syllabus and Geography to grades 5 through 8.
  • Prepared and taught French, history, geography and civics classes.
  • Instructed students in World Geography with emphasis on Sudan Egypt.
  • Debate Team, Geography Team and Step Team coach.
  • Subject taught- 7th grade Geography, Language Arts
  • United States History, Civics, Geography
  • French language; History and Geography.
  • Organized science and geography fairs.
  • Achieved 93% on U.S. History TAKS and 100% on World Geography EOC.
  • Teach language structures, vocabulary, communicative skills, and provide information about the culture, geography and history of Brazil.
  • Worked to develop Physical Geography curriculum to be used in the #2 public school in the country (per
  • Full time Instructor of World History and Geography
  • retired) Teach World Geography; Advanced Placement (A.P.)
  • United States history Arizona history World Geography Sociology Anthropology
  • retired) Taught World Geography; Advanced Placement (A. P.) Human Geography; International Baccalaureate (I.

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35. Clear Objectives
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  • Established clear objectives for lessons, projects, and demonstrate/communicate activities.
  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments.
  • Established and communicated clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects to grades 1, 3, and 4.
  • Work toward the achievement of curriculum goals and establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and assessments.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons and projects in order to accurately gauge learning curve of pupils.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students.
  • Created lesson plans that were aligned with state standards and included clear objectives and assessment strategies.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects Taught after-school and summer enrichment programs.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects, for at risk students.
  • Communicated clear objectives for all assignments that were directly tied to Kentucky Core Content.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives and provide a variety of learning materials.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Developed clear objectives for lesson plans for students.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons and projects.
  • Communicated clear objectives to the class.
  • Communicated clear objectives and goals.
  • Planned, prepared, created and lessons plans Established and communicated clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities * Observe and evaluate student's performance.
  • clear objectives for my lesson.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects .Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.

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36. Parent Conferences
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  • Scheduled quarterly parent conferences to promote academic standards and advantages of the School of Tomorrow curriculum.
  • Participated in teacher-parent conferences regarding students' progress, concerns or specific problems.
  • Communicate greatly with parents during Parent Conferences.
  • Participated in both faculty and parent conferences.
  • Scheduled and initiated parent conferences.
  • Participated in grade level curriculum and team meetings, parent conferences, IEP meetings, and field trip coordinator.
  • Progress reports on a monthly basis reviewed by director, and utilized in semi-annual parent conferences.
  • Conducted parent conferences, attended team meetings and took part in professional development days.
  • Attended parent conferences, faculty meetings, IEP meetings, and field trips.
  • Conduct home visits twice a year and also parent conferences twice a year.
  • Conducted parent conferences; assisted in facilitating field trips, and school plays.
  • Communicate with parents on an ongoing basis and assist with parent conferences.
  • Scheduled parent conferences to discuss children s development and concerns.
  • Attend staff development meetings, parent conferences and planning meetings.
  • Conducted parent conferences and participated in PTA.
  • Conducted parent conferences and IEP meetings.
  • Hold Parent Conferences and Assessment Meetings.
  • Conducted student and parent conferences.
  • Conducted parent conferences as needed.
  • Participated in faculty and parent conferences * Received great quarterly performance evaluations

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37. Bible
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  • Conducted weekly sermons as part of the project Nehemiah Bible guide to instruct inmates with the Biblical truths of the gospel.
  • Provided Bible tutoring and reading comprehension classes to 8th graders and co-lead games as an after-school ministry.
  • Instructed 7th Grade Bible Class - Instructed 8th Grade Bible Class - Developed curriculum for Bible Classes
  • Planned and taught weekly Bible lessons to Kindergarten through 3rd grade students.
  • Teach Bible studies in a classroom atmosphere during Vacation Bible School.
  • Plan daily activities to teach students stories from the Bible.
  • Helped them with Bible Stories, coloring, playing games.
  • Use games and songs to help students memorize Bible verses.
  • Assist in teaching bible study in a group setting.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans that reinforced bible themes.
  • Enhanced bible stories with age appropriate crafts and activities
  • Teach English, Social Studies, and Bible to elementary levels (4th to 6th grade).
  • Guided 7-12th grade Math, Bible, and Science courses.
  • Teach 7th-9th grade math, science, and bible.
  • Opened each day with prayer, and a Bible lesson as required by the Abeka Curriculum.
  • assisted in providing Bible study to children in preparation for First Communion (ages 7-9)
  • Managed bible school classes for 90 children, ages 2-18 Demonstrated leadership and development skills
  • Instructed kids ages 8-12 of all backgrounds and ethnicities in the Bible.
  • Provide Children with knowledge of the Bible Prepare activities and homework
  • Experience: Taught Vacation Bible school Part of the Community outreach Program

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38. 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.
  • Make sure daily reports are filled out fully and completely as well as completing diapering and or potty training.
  • Created lesson plans, established potty training practices, presented circle time, distributed lunches and snacks.
  • Teach family style dining for breakfast and lunch and also to assist parent with potty training.
  • Helped with diapers, potty training, arts and crafts, as well as outside play.
  • Attend to needs of children from feeding, teaching, potty training, and playing.
  • Helped with potty training and floating in and out of different classrooms.
  • Helped with potty training the ones that was not potty trained.
  • Assist teachers with potty training and diaper changes throughout the day.
  • Teach ABC's 123's potty training, required Curriculum
  • Changed diapers and helped with potty training.
  • Assisted toddlers with potty training as needed.
  • Prepared breakfast, lunch, and snack Worked with Co-teacher changing diapers, potty training, and putting down for naps.
  • Teach 2 year olds make lesson plans prepare meals & snacks & also assisted in potty training.
  • Completed all lessons plans and successfully accomplished them Provided help in potty training January 2008 to August 22, 2014
  • planned activities -worked on potty training and changing diapers -evaluated children's progress and had parent conferences
  • Assist with serving lunch Assist with potty training Assist with teaching children from ages 2-5
  • Lead lessons and activities regarding the curriculum Cared for children starting at 3 months - 5 yrs old Potty Training Cleaned classroom
  • Created lesson plans Lead lesson and activities regarding the curriculum Potty training Teach Sign Language and Spanish
  • Read to children Potty training them Preparing breakfast and snack Assisted them in their daily activities

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39. Public Schools
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  • Co-Authored/Developed the Tulsa Public Schools Social Studies Curriculum during 2011 summer writing institute.
  • Analyze and reported bi-weekly performance assessments data to Richmond City Public Schools District and the Virginia State Department of Education.
  • Adhere to rules, policies and procedures of the Dayton Public Schools along with state regulations pertaining to school issues.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to ensure that materials taught align with Metro Nashville Public Schools standards and objectives.
  • Recruited to participate in a new project to train professionals to teach math and science in area public schools.
  • Provided substitute teaching services, where required, in the elementary and middle schools of the Albuquerque Public Schools system
  • Received the Community Advocate Award for Advocate of the Year 2005 (Norfolk Public Schools Inspirational Awards).
  • Aligned lesson plans to the Common Core State Standards and New Haven Public Schools' curriculum.
  • Maintained a caseload of more than i n public schools and group home placements.
  • Changed bulletin boards in hallways at Newark Public Schools.
  • Teach after-school programs within City of Chicago Public Schools.
  • Contract position, subsidized by Philadelphia Public Schools.
  • Leave of absences from Minneapolis Public Schools.
  • Possessed the highest student pass rate on the AP Language and Composition exam in all of Miami Dade County Public Schools.
  • Collaborate with general education teachers to ensure that materials taught align with Dade County Public Schools Curriculum and Sunshine State Standards.
  • Traveled to different public schools to incorporate English in afterschool programs through games and songs.
  • Assisted in the development of science curriculum for Broward County Public Schools.
  • Develop lesson plans based on the Fairfax County Public Schools curriculum guidelines.
  • Nominated "Teacher of the Year" for Cecil County Public Schools in 2009 and 2011.
  • GRANT SPECIALIST, Des Moines Public Schools, New Horizons/SUCCESS Programs, Des

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40. K-12
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Here's how K-12 is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Substitute Teacher, managed classes, taught students from K-12, created lesson plans, instructed students of various ages and abilities
  • Traveled to homes, libraries and after-school programs providing professional tutoring and test preparation services for K-12 students.
  • Implemented daily and unit lesson plans for K-12, administered tests and evaluations, and analyzed student performance.
  • Delivered instruction to students, K-12 and adults, virtually according to the prepared curriculum.
  • Substitute taught throughout the school district, instructing K-12 students in all core subjects.
  • Use Sylvan materials to guide and challenge students K-12 in primarily mathematics based subjects
  • Tutor students ranging from k-12th grade in reading, writing and math.
  • Improved K-12 students math and reading skills Assisted with homework SAT preparation
  • Hired as a substitute teacher for grades K-12 in October 2005.
  • Worked with K-12 students in a variety of capacities and/or subjects.
  • Qualified to teach all grade levels K-12 in all subject matters
  • Instruct grades K-12, both non and special education students.
  • Develop learning plan and curriculum for students grades K-12.
  • Substitute taught all grade levels, pre-k-12.
  • Substitute teach K-12, all subjects
  • Coordinate and organize lesson plans for Math, English, Science, Music and Language Art/English classes for k-12 grades.
  • Experience Teaching General Education K-12 * Experience Teaching Computer Labs K-12
  • Certified to teach K-12 PERFORMING ARTS EXPERIENCE
  • Developed a curriculum for the after school program Organized community outreach programs Mentored and tutored youth grades K-12
  • Provide k-12 curriculum education with various school districts in Genesee County

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41. Core Standards
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Here's how Core Standards is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Engage students in supplemental educational activities aligned with common core standards.
  • Instruct grade 1 and grade 3 students using American curriculum and common core standards for English Language Arts and Math.
  • Communicate and work with colleagues and administration to develop rigorous and authentic assessments based on common core standards.
  • Created unit plans aligned with Idaho common core standards for Reading, Language, and Writing.
  • Design curriculum for Science, Health and Social Studies that aligns with the common core standards.
  • Created, collaboratively planned, and wrote lesson plans aligning with Federally Funded Common Core Standards.
  • Research and facilitate field trips that align with the Common Core Standards of Learning.
  • Develop curriculum based on Granite school district curriculum map and Utah core standards.
  • Developed curriculum and tools to meet New York State Common Core standards.
  • Develop reading and writing lessons based on the common core standards.
  • Prepare daily lesson plans according to the Georgia Common Core standards.
  • Helped write the Core Standards for statewide Culinary Arts programs.
  • Developed lesson plans according to the Common Core Standards.
  • Developed science unit to meet Idaho common core standards.
  • School-Based Common Core Standards for Math Trainer Mt.
  • Plan and implement daily lesson plans for a 90- minute block period Use Common core Standards to effectively engage students.
  • Create and adhere to lesson plans following the PA Core Standards Differentiate studies according to students independent levels/ needs.
  • Develop English lesson plans in line with Puerto Rico Core Standards Record and maintain accurate student attendance records and grades
  • Created formative and summative assessments to meet common-core standards.
  • Instruct grades 2 thru 6th grade English Language Arts applying the use of the Common Core Standards.

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42. Behavioral Issues
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  • Maintain excellent teacher-parent communication while conferring with teachers, counselors and administrators to resolve students' behavioral issues.
  • Worked directly with emotionally disturbed children who had developed behavioral issues resulting from physical and sexual abuse.
  • Managed classroom behavioral issues and engaging students in the learning process by frequently differentiating instruction.
  • Worked closely with detention center officers in reconciling behavioral issues.
  • Demonstrated conflict resolution skills while resolving behavioral issues between children.
  • Mastered small group interventions and taught the students how to appropriately deal with behavioral issues without escalating to detention or suspension.
  • Filled in as long term substitute teacher as the physical education teach, held afternoon programs, mentored students with behavioral issues
  • Assumed responsibility for up to 35 Korean students and adapted to changes in the classroom while also dealing with behavioral issues.
  • Work with other teachers with behavioral issues and curriculum material to assist in their classroom as well as my own.
  • Turned around class that had severe management issues, by establishing a strong teamwork environment that reduced behavioral issues.
  • Reduced behavioral issues by 45% in classes with severe management issues by implementing several forms of redirection.
  • Collaborated with co-workers to share best practices in a positive setting and resolve academic and behavioral issues.
  • Give instruction to children who were unable to attend public school due to medical or behavioral issues
  • Home Instruction teacher for students suspended or expelled for behavioral issues.
  • Communicate with parents on child's developments or behavioral issues.
  • Talk with parents about behavioral issues and accomplishments.
  • Led summer day treatment groups and therapeutic activities to teach functional living skills and address behavioral issues.
  • Worked along side children with disabilities, behavioral issues and special needs.
  • Assist students with academics Work with certified teachers and specialists Help with and behavioral issues
  • worked with children who had special needs, and other emotional/behavioral issues.

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43. Geometry
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  • 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.
  • Instructed grades 7-12 levels in Trigonometry, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Pre-Algebra and General Mathematics.
  • Developed curriculum for several classes including SAT, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and English writing and reading.
  • Job Duties: I instructed through lectures, discussions and demonstrations in geometry, statistics, and probability.
  • Established an engaging and interactive daily lesson plan for Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry students.
  • Create project-based lessons focused on addressing the concepts required by the Common Core curriculum for Geometry.
  • Design and coordinate lessons for Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Principals of Engineering
  • Teach 8th grade Earth Science Regents, Algebra and Geometry to high achieving students.
  • Prepared students for algebra, geometry and computer skills state exams.
  • Plan and implement lessons in both Geometry and U.S. History.
  • See and understand the relationship between Algebra and Geometry.
  • Used kite making as tool in teaching Geometry.
  • Tutored high school students in Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus Provided support to front desk staff and provided tutoring center information
  • Key Contributions: Gold Award for Geometry Unit written and presented at the Core Knowledge Conference in Washington, D.C.
  • Teach Algebra I and Geometry Adapt teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs.
  • Major duties: teaching Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Precalculus (Honors), and Physics
  • Spring 2006 Math, Algebra 1 and Geometry at eighth grade level.
  • Full Time) Instructor of Algebra/Geometry and English for high school students.

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44. Personal Care
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  • Provided complete educational developmental and daily personal care for children.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Assisted and cared for children ages 3 months to 5 years old, with hygiene, personal care, and meals.
  • Provided total individualized educational development and daily personal care for child, who is currently in college studying for B.A.
  • Implemented and taught the daily curriculum and tended to the personal care and positive guidance of the students.
  • Provide or supervise personal care and medical care of students as stated in IEP.
  • Attend to children s needs such as food, water, personal care and hygiene
  • Assisted with the personal care, hygiene, and positive discipline of the children.
  • Assisted students with personal care, feeding, bathroom needs and personal hygiene.
  • Provided personal care of children and assisted in their social and emotional development.
  • Assisted children in eating, crafts, play, and personal care.
  • Teach children personal care behaviors, including toilet training and feeding.
  • Provide environmental enrichment, personal care, and play supervision.
  • Instructed children in health and personal care, e.g.
  • Documented personal care sheets daily for each child.
  • Assisted teachers in infant, preschool, and after-school program Provided enriching environment, personal care and play supervision
  • Provide excellent personal care needs, cook and prepare meals, and perform light housekeeping duties.
  • Complete personal care of twelve two year olds.
  • Directed small group instruction Provided student assistance pertaining to personal care Facilitated appropriate student peer interactions/social skills.
  • Lead teacher Reading, language, and Math group teachings Assisting students with personal cares

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45. Recreational Activities
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  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Organized recreational activities for campers and helped stage student-directed musical productions.
  • Organize recreational activities that stimulate cognitive and physical growth.
  • Provide educational and recreational activities for twenty-three children.
  • Organized and chaperoned educational and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Created and implemented recreational activities.
  • Organize recreational activities with children K-8, Create activities involving art and music, Employs methods of positive reinforcement to manage behaviors
  • Explain principles, techniques, and safety procedures to participants in recreational activities, and demonstrate use of materials and equipment.
  • Instructed and coordinated weekly educational and recreational activities for youths of all ages kindergarten through 8th grade
  • Organize and engage in recreational activities such as games, puzzles, and art projects.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Assist in all recreational activities, and assuring the safety of students.
  • Worked with children ages 1 and 2 on educational and recreational activities.
  • Created and Implemented recreational activities for after school program.
  • Organized donation from Guizhou University and assisted in coordinating recreational activities LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
  • Supervised and instructed toddlers age 1-2 years old in educational and recreational activities developing both fine and large motor skills.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • School Student Safety Recreational Activities Classroom Tutor
  • Engaged in Recreational Activities with All Children .

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46. Economics
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  • Implemented real-world economics using Mini-Society- creating entrepreneurial skills while exploring difficult economic concepts.
  • Instruct through lectures, discussions, and demonstrations in history/science/economics.
  • Formulated curricula and arranged schedules for Academic Writing, TOEFL and SAT Preparation, and AP Microeconomics for over 50 students.
  • Instructed students from 7th to the 11th grades in the areas of Food and Nutrition and Home Economics Management.
  • Attended Classes at the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics to obtain credit for my Economics degree.
  • Teach online courses in web design, business, economics, and Spanish for high school students.
  • Have taught Sociology, US History, Civics and Economics, and Contemporary Law and Justice.
  • Develop an aligned curriculum for each content area; World History, Economics, and English 9-12
  • Teach US History, Literature, Government, Economics, and Health by California curriculum standards.
  • Plan and implement lessons in Western Hemisphere history, geography, economics, and government.
  • Teach English, Learning Strategies, Economics, American Government and the Functional Curriculum
  • Case manager, World Studies, American History, US/VA Government, Economics
  • Assist in teaching Social Studies, Economics and other related subjects.
  • Teach the subjects of health, home economics and culinary arts.
  • Created an economics unit related to students' every day lives.
  • Survey of Social Studies, Economics.
  • Home Economics, Substitute Teacher.
  • Created and implemented creative, arts-integrated, and academically rigorous lessons for Global History, Government, and Economics classes.
  • Lead teacher for Social Studies Department Taught American History, World History, Civics, and Economics
  • Home Economics Developed and wrote all new curriculum for the Home Economics department.

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47. Appropriate Activities
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  • Assessed and conducted developmentally appropriate activities, using different teaching techniques; modeling, observing, questioning, demonstrating and reinforcement.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate activities for children 3-5 years old.
  • Planned and implemented age appropriate activities and lessons based on curriculum.
  • Incorporated music and play into developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Planned developmentally appropriate activities for the children.
  • Plan developmentally appropriate activities for all ages.
  • Modeled appropriate activities and positive behavior management.
  • Arrange four daycare rooms to provide a full range of age-appropriate activities, to encourage children in advancing their social development.
  • Implemented children's prior experiences, age-appropriate activities, and styles of individual learning, needs, cultures and interests.
  • Arranged day care rooms to provide full range of age appropriate activities to encourage their learning.
  • Plan, schedule and implement age appropriate activities and curriculum to stimulate and educate children.
  • Plan and implement appropriate activities for children needing additional support in math and reading.
  • Assist the lead Teacher in planning and implementing appropriate activities for the children.
  • Developed and implemented daily lesson plans, routines, and age-appropriate activities.
  • Organize age appropriate activities for children 1-7 yrs.
  • Do age appropriate activities with the children.
  • Planned and facilitated developmentally appropriate activities for students using the Imagine It!
  • Set up and develop appropriate activities, equipment, and materials Daily record keeping on children to apply to T.S.
  • Organize extra-curricular activities, special events, and workshops Create and implement age appropriate activities.
  • Assist in instructing and supervising children in classroom activities * Implement age appropriate activities.

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48. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Teacher jobs:
  • Answered department telephone calls using correct salutations and telephone etiquette.
  • Communicated with students, parents, and administrators through phone calls, e-mails, course website, and online grading system.
  • Assessed student's progress, assigned grades and kept parents informed through newsletters, reports, behavior charts and phone calls.
  • Communicated with parents daily with notes and/or phone calls, quarterly conferences and had a great rapport with students.
  • Communicated with parents through newsletters, behavior cards, assessment reports, phone calls, and monthly homework calendars.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Managed the school on Saturdays with phone calls, cashier, and both junior and senior students.
  • Executed general admin tasks such as taking attendance, food program count, and making phone calls.
  • Maintained frequent communication with parents via notes, telephone calls, conferences, and web page.
  • Promoted catering service by visiting local businesses and providing samples along with follow-up phone calls.
  • Communicated with parents, including parent teacher conferences, phone calls, and e-mails.
  • Communicated with parents frequently through a weekly newsletter, conferences, and phone calls.
  • Answered telephone calls and e-mails, typed paper correspondence and maintained appointment schedule.
  • Communicate with parents Develop lesson plans Lead large groups of children Answer phone calls
  • Communicated with students via internal messaging, email and phone calls.
  • Reported student's progress through weekly phone calls to parents.
  • Receive and make phone calls/messages.
  • Answer phone calls and give school tours.
  • Maintained prolific parent contact through email, phone calls, and the use of edline.
  • Used weekly "Friday Letters", phone calls and emails to keep open lines of communication with parents and guardians.

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49. Open Communication
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  • Maintained open communication and maintained productive relationships with parents of the children in my class
  • Maintained open communication with parents sharing information related to child development / assessment.
  • Maintained confidentiality of all children served and open communication with parents.
  • Initiated and maintained open communication with parents and community members.
  • Maintained open communication with parents for additional support at home.
  • Conduct parent conferences and maintain open communication with parents.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents.
  • Maintained an open communication with parents by providing student progress reports and through contact by phone or in person when necessary.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with students, parents, and colleagues; fostering an environment of open communication and support.
  • Establish professional relationships while maintaining open communication by way of conducting conferences with students, parents, colleagues, and administrators.
  • Provided open communication between the parents and the schools ensuring each child's needs are met on a daily basis.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents regarding their child's daily needs, activities, behavior, etc.
  • Provide a safe and fun learning environment with open communication with parents to work towards a common goal.
  • Establish and maintain open communication and professional relationships with parents, students, administrators, and colleagues.
  • Maintained consistent open communication with parents and informed of student's progress through weekly progress reports.
  • Keep an open communication with all parents, all staff members and administration.
  • Maintained open communication and support with staff, parents, students and administration.
  • Establish rapport with parents by maintaining open communication and keeping daily reports.
  • Open communication with parents and staff
  • Provide a open communication with parents.

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50. 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
  • Combined playing and interactive activities with a focus on early academic learning, including letter recognition, phonics, and numbers.
  • Instructed children basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Focused on early academic learning, including letter recognition, phonics, numbers and an awareness of science and nature.
  • Developed curriculum to help children learn colors, shapes, letter recognition and numbers in a creative, nurturing environment.
  • Implemented my own ideas and projects to meet curriculum standards including letter recognition and beginning reading and math skills.
  • Teach basic skills, such as color, shape, number and letter recognition along with personal hygiene.
  • Teach basic skills: color, shape, numbers, letter recognition, personal hygiene, social skills.
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, and social skills.
  • Instruct students in basic skills, including: colors, shapes, numbers, and letter recognition.
  • Incorporated basic skills into the lessons (colors, numbers, shapes, letter recognition).
  • Exposed students to concepts surrounding phonemic awareness, letter recognition, number sense, etc.
  • Teach basic skills, including number and letter recognition, personal hygiene and social skills.
  • Teach basic skills such as letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Teach students basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness.
  • Teach letter recognition, phonics, numbers, and awareness of nature and science.
  • Help children with colors, shapes, numbers and letter recognition.
  • Teach children basic skills such as number and letter recognition.
  • attend to children basic needs also teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.
  • Key Functions: Taught basics such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Teacher

Classroom Management

18.0%

Lesson Plans

16.1%

Curriculum Development

15.0%

Mathematics

8.3%

Student Learning

7.5%

OLD Children

5.3%

Language

5.1%

Social Studies

3.7%

Special Needs

2.3%

Grade Level

2.2%

Small Group

2.0%

IEP

1.9%

Literature

1.8%

Pre-K

1.8%

Literacy

1.8%

Special Education

1.8%

Professional Development

1.7%

Daily Activities

1.3%

Staff Members

1.3%

ESL

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Classroom Management 15.3%
2 Lesson Plans 13.7%
3 Curriculum Development 12.8%
4 Mathematics 7.0%
5 Student Learning 6.3%
6 OLD Children 4.5%
7 Language 4.4%
8 Social Studies 3.1%
9 Special Needs 2.0%
10 Grade Level 1.8%
11 Small Group 1.7%
12 IEP 1.6%
13 Literature 1.6%
14 Pre-K 1.6%
15 Literacy 1.5%
16 Special Education 1.5%
17 Professional Development 1.5%
18 Daily Activities 1.1%
19 Staff Members 1.1%
20 ESL 1.0%
21 Communication 0.9%
22 Class Activities 0.8%
23 Social Development 0.8%
24 State Standards 0.8%
25 Subject Areas 0.7%
26 Algebra 0.7%
27 Safe Environment 0.6%
28 Biology 0.6%
29 Instructional Materials 0.6%
30 Powerpoint 0.5%
31 CPR 0.5%
32 Positive Relationships 0.5%
33 Chemistry 0.5%
34 Geography 0.5%
35 Clear Objectives 0.5%
36 Parent Conferences 0.4%
37 Bible 0.4%
38 Potty Training 0.4%
39 Public Schools 0.4%
40 K-12 0.4%
41 Core Standards 0.4%
42 Behavioral Issues 0.4%
43 Geometry 0.4%
44 Personal Care 0.3%
45 Recreational Activities 0.3%
46 Economics 0.3%
47 Appropriate Activities 0.3%
48 Phone Calls 0.3%
49 Open Communication 0.3%
50 Letter Recognition 0.3%
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