Sample Disabled Student Teacher Resume

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Jennifer Collins
661 Lily Street, Apt#23
Dorchester, PA
21623
222-222-2222
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Summary

A strong individual who has a solid background in child psychology and childcare for special children; has strong background and wide exposure in teaching disabled children of all levels through skillful use of a variety of adaptive tools and methods to help the children learn better and faster; has regularly consulted with school administrator, teachers and parents in the creation and design of independent education plans tailor-fitted towards meeting specific goals to effectively help disabled students learn better and faster; has frequently used modified curriculum lesson plans that are less intensive than the regular lesson plan; has great passion for teaching, very patient and understanding.

Professional Experience:

Certified Special Education Teacher October 1992 – Present
Catch, Inc., Philadelphia, PA

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted in the development and implementation of independent education plans.
  • Provided information to parents and supervisors of students and class status and requirements.
  • Organized and maintained lesson plans, collected data and progress reports per individual kid to closely monitor their progress and sense problems.
  • Completed all paper work assigned.
  • Assisted non-certified staff in the execution of the school objectives.
  • Created and developed lessons plan based on the individual ratings of students.
  • Conferred with social workers, testing specialists and professionals to develop students’ education plan designed to enhance their physical and social development.

Special Education Teacher December 1998 – August 1992
Sequoia Charter School District, Tempe, AZ

Responsibilities:

  • Revised the general education curriculum based on the special needs of the students using a variety of modern and non-traditional instructional techniques.
  • Imparted to students socially acceptable behavior using behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
  • Reinforced compliance to rules to keep order among the students and teach them the value of discipline and appropriate social behavior.
  • Improved the development of sensory and perceptual motor skills, language and cognition of children enrolled in the program using special education strategies and techniques.
  • Met with the parents/guardians to discuss the student’s progress and determine priority points and weaknesses of their children.
  • Trained new staff and volunteers.

Primary Teacher March 1984 – July 1988
Pineland Learning Center, Vineland, MJ

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted in the development and implementation of independent education plans.
  • Provided information to parents and supervisors of students and class status and requirements.
  • Organized and maintained lesson plans, collected data and progress reports per individual kid to closely monitor their progress and sense problems.
  • Completed all paper work assigned.
  • Assisted non-certified staff in the execution of the school objectives.
  • Created and developed lessons plan based on the individual ratings of students.
  • Conferred with social workers, testing specialists and professionals to develop students’ education plan designed to enhance their physical and social development.

Special Education Teacher December 1998 – August 1992
Sequoia Charter School District, Tempe, AZ

Education

Masters Degree in Special Education
Cornell University, NY, 1984

BS Degree in Child Psychology
Columbia University, NY, 1982

Skills:

  • Driven and takes hardships as a test in character
  • Great attitude and emphatic
  • Special education and communication techniques
  • Good organizational and management skills
  • Can easily establish rapport with special children and parents

Awards and Affiliations

Teachers Teaching Special Education National Association, Member
National Association for Gifted Children, Member

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