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instructional aide

  • Experience working with children who are diagnosed with autism and specific learning disabilities.
  • Assist instructors by attending to the students’ academic and behavioral needs.
  • Collect data on student’s academic and behavioral progress throughout their school year.
  • Supervise students during outdoor activities.
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instructional aide

  • Created, executed and applied lessons plan according to classroom and district standards.
  • Supervise and manage students during school activities, recess, school assemblies, and field trips.
  • Maintained and implemented strategies that supported a safe and nurturing environment
  • Implemented lessons according to modification made for students with special needs 
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  • Assisted teachers with learning materials and prepare classrooms for class activities.
  • Tutored students intensively and provided them with proper examples 
  • Supervised students during arts and crafts, field trips and during play
  • Assisted in food preparation and encouraged healthy eating habits and good table manners 
  • Read to students and explained words and meanings by providing examples
  • Observed and recorded information about children’s behavior
  • Decorated the classroom with children’s art activities
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instructional aide

  • Demonstrated knowledge of evidence – based strategies to foster independence and social academic engagement.
  • Oversaw groups of up to 6 students at school and off-site locations, maintaining optimal safety and secu
  • Provided support during classes, group lessons and classroom activities.
  • Tutored struggling student’s individually and in small groups to reinforce learning concepts.
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instructional aide

  • Communicated expectations and requirements to reinforce classroom rules and IEP goals.
  • Worked with typically developing and individuals with developmental delays (aged 8-22) with severe problem behaviors in an instructional setting.
  •  Maintained comprehensive student records documenting attendance, goals, and progress towards goals.
  • Supervised students in classroom and out-of-classroom activities throughout the day
  • Taught multiple subjects such as language skills, mathematics, science and life skills.