Teacher for the Learning Disabled Resume
Teachers for the Learning Disabled are special education teachers in charge of providing support and assistance to children and students that have a learning disability. These people have special needs and are unable to learn as fast as the other children. Therefore, Teachers for the Learning Disabled must be able to draw those children's attention and help them understand and retain information using different methods and techniques.
Highlighting your previous working experience is one of the most important steps when writing a resume for such positions. Mention all your former responsibilities that involved working with children suffering from learning disabilities. It is also indicated to write about your achievements as well as professional and personal skills that recommend you for the job. Education is another important section of your resume. Write about all the relevant studies and trainings you've attended.
A Teacher for the Learning Disabled is responsible for meeting the instructional needs of children suffering from autism, brain injury, visual or auditory impairments, emotional disorders, mental retardation or any other kind of disability that hinders them from learning and developing normally.
123 Windy Street, Washington
Name: Julie Burnett
Address: 123 Windy Street, Washington
Birth date: 16.08.1978
Marital Status: Married
Driver's License: B category, 1998
Looking for a position as a Teacher for the Learning Disabled where I can use my skills, dedication and experience in working with disabled children in order to provide support and teach children with learning problems.
Patient, talented and reliable Teacher for the Learning Disabled, with interpersonal competencies, empathic personality and experience in teaching.
Skills and qualifications
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Highly organized and good planner
- Emphatic personality
- Responsible and reliable
- Open minded and positive attitude
- Decision maker and rational thinking
- Ability to under pressure
- Competent and experienced.
Teacher for the Learning Disabled,
Bethel School District, 2000-present
Duties and responsibilities
- Identifying and implementing modern teaching aids
- Developing and implementing new teaching techniques
- Monitoring and analyzing individual interests, abilities and learning performances
- Designing suitable curriculum and educational materials
- Providing engaging assignments in order to stimulate and motivate students to learn new things
- Ensuring a secure and enriching environment for children
- Using games and other fun activities in order to help them learn
Ethel School, 1998-2000
Duties and responsibilities
- Offered support and assistance to children with learning disabilities, especially autistics
- Organized games and other fun activities to draw their attention
- Motivated and stimulated children to learn and discover new things
- Established positive relationships with parents and collaborated with them in order to ensure children a proper development and emotional growth
Master's Degree in Psychology, Washington University
Bachelor's Degree in Special Education, Washington University
Achievements and affiliations
Recorded successful learning improvements on autistic children
Member of the American Association of Teachers for the Learning Disabled
Areas of interest
References are available upon request