Special Education Teacher Resume

by admin on December 6, 2010

John Smith
123 Any Town · USA 98109
someone@example.com · (425) 555.0139

Summary of Qualifications

To be a constitutional part of an established school as a Special Education Teacher, promoting quality education through constant support and dedication.

  • Hands-on experience teaching in a diverse setting.
  • Able to assess practices and statistics relevant to behavioral sciences.
  • Thorough knowledge of all areas of special education including: behavior management techniques, learning theories, curriculum development and vocational development.
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills.

Professional Experience

Company One – Any Town, USA 2000 to Present

Special Education Teacher
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the subject and presented logically structured lessons.
  • Provided students with specialized instruction based on their unique needs.
  • Produce quarterly and annual reports evaluating students’ progress to support recommendations for further student development.
  • Utilize computers in the classroom as part of the learning experience.
  • Integrate special learning strategies for learning disabled students encompassing self-questioning, rehearsal and review, cognitive behavior modification, organization, memory strategies and modeling.

Old Colony Regional High School – Any Town, USA 1997 to 2000

Special Education Teacher

I was in charge of finding clients, writing the lease agreement and maintaining the agreement after it had been signed.

I kept the records of each tenant and reported on a monthly basis to the owners.

  • Setting up a daily lesson plans utilizing a variety of specialized instructional techniques.
  • Monitored each student’s progress utilizing data reflecting their performance.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of special education laws, district policies and procedures.
  • Conducted a functional behavioral assessment and developed improvement plan.
  • Provided timely feedback to students, parents and general education teachers.

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