3rd Grade Teacher Resume Examples

3rd grade teacher

  • Effectively developed and adapted innovative lesson plans for 22 students’ academic needs; including both individual and group tasks.
  • Established an open door policy fostering positive teacher-student relationships. 
  • Organized parent-teacher and student-teacher conferences to maximize student achievement. 
  • Attended a variety of professional development workshops centered on learning goals, engaging activities, classroom management, and crisis response. 

3rd grade teacher

  • Met with parents, guardians, administrators, and counselors to address and resolve students’ behavioral issues.
  • Provided after school tutoring to a small group of students.
  • Tutored a small group of students during computer lab time.
  • Fostered student curiosity and interest through hands-on activities. 

3rd grade teacher

  • Teaching all fundamental subjects in a self contained classroom.
  • Setting the tone and creating a nurturing environment where students can feel safe and learn.
  • Build  relationships with students, parents, community members, and staff.
  • Work with administrators and colleagues to prepare students for standardized tests. 
  • Create lesson plans and adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs, abilities, and interests. 

3rd grade teacher

  • Implemented centers for ELA and math rotations.
  • Created critical relationships between myself and parents.
  • Establish clear objectives, aligned with state standards, and communicate those objectives to students.
  • Use technology to supplement presentations.
  • Collaborate with grade level team to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and following approved curricula.
  • Ended the year with 91% of students meeting and exceeding state standards on AIMS Testing. 
  • Used formative and summative data to improve instructional practice.

3rd grade teacher

  • Developed, adapted, and implemented Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts lessons to 25 students. 
  • Contributed in increasing state assessment scores (STAAR) in Math by 35% and Reading 42%. 
  • Integrated digital lessons in the classroom through various forms of technology such as chrome books, smart boards, and computers. 
  • Fostered positive parent-teacher and teacher-student relationships highlighting student achievement.   
  • Assisted in writing district curriculum. 
  • Collaborated with other district instructors to compare instructional methods and materials.