These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Classroom Teacher resumes for your reference.
- Designing and delivering curriculum and learning materials.
- Plan lectures, assignments, and in-field experiences to collaborate with necessary course curriculum.
- Utilize high quality online technology to enrich learning.
- Develop and assess using design, delivery, data collection, and feedback for improvement.
- Compose data analysis reports and feedback with strong writing and proofreading skills.
- Attend several in-service workshops and staff development sessions to gain new information pertaining to “best practice” teaching.
- Participate in weekly meetings with faculty to discuss departmental goals and upcoming events.
- Created a rapport with clients through verbal, written, and electronic communication.
- Maintain a class syllabus, assignment log, and additional material aids for the students.
- Working knowledge of computers, ordinary office software suites (e.g., Word, Excel), enterprise software systems, web browsers, and electronic mail programs.
- Performs administrative tasks in support of the training function, such as evaluating training and trainee performance, attending department meetings and soliciting feedback from administration and prepares and distributes training documentation such as instructional material, handouts, evaluation forms and visual aids; uses multi media presentation equipment.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Power Point and Excel.
- Planning activities to develop creativity and an interest in learning, physical skills, social skills and self-confidence using a variety of equipment and materials.
- Use storytelling, drama, music and discussion to develop language and vocabulary.
- Encouraging children to question and explore.
- Listening to children, including interpreting words and actions to determine a child’s individual needs.
- Assisting children with their toileting and personal hygiene.
- Detecting signs of developmental disorders, ill health or emotional disturbance.
- Attending to sick children and comforting those who are hurt or distressed.
- Promoting awareness and appreciation of multicultural diversity.
- Observing, assessing and recording each child’s development and learning.
- Liaising with parents, other teachers, support staff, health and wellbeing professionals, and early childhood intervention specialists such as speech pathologists and psychologists.
- Instruct students individually and in groups, adapting teaching methods to meet students’ varying needs and interests.
- Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to children.
- Meet with parents and guardians to discuss their children’s progress, and to determine their priorities for their children and their resource needs.
- Developed and administered valid mid-term and final examinations for all classes.
- Communicated with parents about their children’s progress.
- Evaluate and grade students’ class work, of students with specific learning disabilities.
- Creating and maintaining relationships with families by open communication.
- Ensuring the safety and happiness of each child in my classroom.
- Tailoring lessons to meet learning goals and skills needed for testing success.
- Taught a variety of levels of mathematics from remedial to advanced level, including International Baccalaureate Mathematics.
- Evaluated, planned, designed, and implemented curriculum and activities for designated courses.
- Individualized and differentiated instruction for students with IEP (including modified diploma), TAG, and ELL designations.
- Served as building representative to District Licensed Communication Group multiple years.
- Documented attendance, assignments, grades and participation for over 35 students.
- Implemented new technologies, including into which boosted understanding of subject matter.
- Used tests, quizzes and other assignments to gauge students’ learning and determine understanding of course materials.
- Modified general education curriculum for special-needs students using various instructional techniques and technologies.
- Helped students develop self-esteem and life skills by fostering healthy conflict-resolution, critical thinking and communication.