These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Teachers Aide resumes for your reference.
- Pushing the growth in today’s scholars with beneficial advice on issues or challenges in or out of the school system.
- Maintained stability and a keen eye of children while out of the classrooms to ensure that scholars were safe upon exiting the premises during dismissal.
- Worked 1 on 1 with scholars who need extra focusing and motivation during classroom activity.
- Assist lead teachers in planning, designing and implementing curriculum.
- Provide assistance in preparing lesson plans and help students with carrying out classroom activities.
- Implement age appropriate activities and monitor safety throughout.
- Assists teacher with non instructional classroom duties such as the creation of bulletin boards, organization and distribution of materials.
- Maintains the same high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about the student as is expected of the fully licensed teacher.
- Assists with the supervision of the students during emergency drills, assemblies, play periods, field trips and community based instruction.
- Assist the students during physical instruction including sports games,working out, etc.
- Perform lunch duties such as keeping data on students food intake and maintaining safety of the students.
- Transporting (driving) students to and from school in the mornings and the afternoons.
- Breakfast duties including distributing breakfast to day students and keeping data.
- Help students develop social, communication and academic skills that they can take with them when they graduate.
- Work with children with disabilities, such as autism, to teach them how to enhance their social skills.
- Each day we go over topics such as math and vocabulary, as well as help then learn how to do things on their own.
- These things include how to prepare meals, go to the bathroom, and ask for things that they want or need.
- Assist Lead Teacher in maintaining records on each child’s progress and development for the purpose of planning and compliance with Head Start Standards.
- Assist Lead Teacher in reviewing the progress of each child and developing written plans to promote each child’s growth and development.
- Maintain a well-organized, safe and attractive classroom environment conducive to the optimal growth and development of children.
- Responsibilities that were inquired during my employment were to assist in developing outstanding listening and learning skills to ages 5-13.
- Responsible for assorting different activities and attendance for each student.
- Reinforce any instructions taught in the classroom, answering any questions or grading assignments.
- Offering hands-on help to students and help providing input on their overall progress.
- Work closely with teachers, child study team, and other staff to ensure success of student.
- Assist teachers with classroom duties as needed.
- Communicate with all teachers to help student acclimate to middle school.
- Teachers aide, watched children, helped dress them, prepared food for them, participated in activities outside with them.
- Watched them while they were in the pool, sweeped and cleaned up after they ate.
- Made sure the room was neat and clean, helped with any computer problems and set up computer games and activities for the children.
- Washed tables and mopped floors when the day was over.
- Discuss assigned duties with classroom teachers in order to coordinate instructional efforts.
- Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of teachers, using lectures, discussions, or supervised role-playing methods.
- Tutor and assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
- Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
- Care for children in institutional setting, such as group homes, nursery schools, private businesses, or schools for the handicapped.
- Use computers for various applications, such as database management or word processing.
- Answer telephones and give information to callers, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals.
- Promote language developmental skills through reading and storytelling.
- Kept classrooms clean by sterilizing and disinfecting children’s toys and surfaces.
- Maintained a child-friendly environment by allowing frequent access to outdoor activities.