These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Paraeducator resumes for your reference.
- Motivated and encouraged students to be successful in their learning by praise, and encouraging participation.
- Provided children with learning tools to build and advance their knowledge for success.
- Focused on creating a full participation and team work oriented environment.
- Developed tailored services and accommodations for children with special needs and learning disabilities.
- Focused attention on areas of student mastery that require more assistance.
- Attended weekly trainings on best practices and further insight into techniques that benefit special needs learners.
- Regularly interacted with parents to discuss concerns and solutions.
- Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
- Provide daily one-to-one academic, social, and physical assistance to a student who is twice exceptional (2e).
- Assist teachers with academic instructions and implementation of the Individual Education Program (IEP).
- Collect behavioral data on a daily basis for the student’s psychologists.
- Working with ADHD, Behaviorally Disturbed, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
- Collaborate and plan with Child Study Team, Guidance Counselor, Special Education Teachers, and General Education Teacher.
- Provide a safe and nurturing environment to facilitate learning.
- Assisted student with curriculum such as Handwriting Without Tears, Saxon Math, The Sonday System, Zaner Blouser Handwriting.
- Redirect Students to a better way of communication in and out of a school setting.
- Monitor all school work that student might not be able to complete.
- Resposible for the safety of the students in and out of a class room setting.
- Assist the lead teacher in teaching lessons, and working with students individually or in small groups.
- Assist in classroom management by working with students who have difficulties during lessons.
- Ensure that the classroom is kept clean and supplies and worksheets are prepared.
- Cooperatively and collaboratively worked with teachers, administrators and other staff members in the implementation of instructional and behavior plans for students.
- Worked with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce the learning of material or skills introduced by the teacher.
- Adapted learning materials, as suggested by teachers, in order to meet student needs.
- Positively interacted with students and modeled appropriate behavior.
- Restrained and assisted students during emotional break downs to avoid injury to themselves or others.
- Mentored students in becoming successful and to help transition them out of the Therapeutic Learning Classroom into mainstream classes.
- Taught students how to handle anger and emotional breakdowns in a more positive and responsible way.
- Spoke with parents about child behaviors and creating plans to help remedy the explosive patterns.
- Develop mentoring procedures to support the more than 60 paraeductors who document peer-to-peer services and network strategies in the educational environment.
- Specify training tools to increase educational efficiently in the classroom, and work directly with instructional teams to develop student-focused content.
- Maintain the classroom schedule and ensure that the five students in my class had sufficient work and tools needed to reach their IEP goals.
- Collaborate across teams to share information and coordinate on new ideas at the monthly executive board meetings for Houston Federation of Teachers.
- Assisted the classroom teachers with students with challenged developmental disabilities.
- Applied daily updates using data sheets for our discrete trial/ ABA teaching strategies.
- Assisted students on field trips, with personal hygiene, safety awareness around the community and continuously teach appropriate behavior skills.
- Developed the first ever Individualize Academic Support class for middle school student in SAI classes.
- Modify the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and instructional technology.
- Observed students’ performance, and record relevant data to assess progress for IEP.
- Teach socially acceptable behavior, implementing techniques such as behavior modification and positive reinforcement.
- Assists teachers on an in-depth basis with small groups and/or individual students on special subjects and activities to execute individual lesson plans and strategies for maximizing learning experiences for students.
- Prepares and may develop age-grade appropriate instructional aids and exercises to support the curriculum being taught.
- Confers with teachers and specialists to develop and evaluate individual and group educational goals and objectives.