Special Education Aide Resume Samples

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Experience Experience
01/2015 present
Dallas, TX
Special Education Classroom Aide
Dallas, TX
Special Education Classroom Aide
01/2015 present
Dallas, TX
Special Education Classroom Aide
01/2015 present
  • Successful completion of Behavior Boot Camp and ABA training (1 week training) before starting a case
  • Familiarity with basic behavior analytic principles (ABA)
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, staff, and parents
  • Assist with related services, i.e., occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech, adapted physical education, and vision
  • Assist special education teacher in related instructional activities (e.g., field trips, library, assembly, etc.) as directed
  • Assist in managing the behavior of students and crisis intervention, including restraint
  • Confer with teacher(s) on a regular basis to assist in evaluation student(s) progress and/or implementing IEP goals and objectives
10/2008 10/2014
San Francisco, CA
Special Education Aide
San Francisco, CA
Special Education Aide
10/2008 10/2014
San Francisco, CA
Special Education Aide
10/2008 10/2014
  • Assist in physical movement of students from one learning environment to another
  • Participate in developing data collection systems, and monitor data collection to ensure the success of academic and behavior plans
  • Assist teacher in classroom instruction and behavior support
  • Perform such clerical duties as typing, filing, and printing/copying at direction of special education teacher
  • Adapts classroom activities, assignments and/or materials under the direction of the teacher to provide access to class activities
  • Assist with diapering/toileting, feeding, and positioning of students
  • Implement Behavior Support Plan
10/2001 05/2008
New York, NY
Special Education Aide
New York, NY
Special Education Aide
10/2001 05/2008
New York, NY
Special Education Aide
10/2001 05/2008
  • Carry out instructional plans as designated by the special education teacher and the students’ Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Implement behavior strategies
  • Maintain confidentiality of students and families as mandated by district, state and federal regulations
  • Model non-discriminatory practices in all activities
  • Communicate effectively in oral and written form
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Education
  • Passage of CBEST
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
University of California, Santa Barbara
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
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3 Special Education Aide resume templates

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Special Education Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Carry out instructional plans as designated by the special education teacher and the students’ Individual Education Plan (IEP)
  • Be respectful to colleagues, supervising teacher, and administrators
  • Maintain and respect the confidentiality of student and school personnel information
  • Maintain student training data according to prescribed procedures
  • Develop and maintain pleasant and orderly classroom environment (e.g. maintain instructional materials, design bulletin boards, assist special education teacher and/or students in clean-up activities, etc.)
  • Strictly adhere to daily schedule which regularly and systematically account for the students’ IEP
  • With special education teacher’s supervision and direction, carry out appropriate behavior management programs
  • Assist special education teacher in related instructional activities (e.g., field trips, library, assembly, etc.) as directed
  • Assist in physical movement of students from one learning environment to another
  • Perform such clerical duties as typing, filing, and printing/copying at direction of special education teacher
  • Supervise and train students in lunchroom or during lunch period
  • Supervise and train students during free time and other non-instructional periods as directed by special education teacher
  • Assist in maintenance of special education students’ records, under the supervision of special education teacher and/or school leader
  • Ride bus with student when needed
  • Assist with diapering/toileting, feeding, and positioning of students
  • Work directly with the teacher in the teaching life skills to the student
  • Participate in team meetings as appropriate
  • Assist with medical related duties, i.e. catheterization, gastrointestinal feedings, assistive breathing devices, colostomy and ileostomy needs
  • Assist with related services, i.e., occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech, adapted physical education, and vision
  • Attend required meetings and in-services, and webinars
  • Assume responsibility for professional growth and keeps materials, supplies, and skills up-to-date
  • Comply with and support school and division regulations and policies
  • Model non-discriminatory practices in all activities
  • Perform other duties as assigned by classroom teacher(s) or building administrator(s) in accordance with school/department policies and practices
  • Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school
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Special Education Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Uphold and enforce school rules and policies
  • Adapts classroom activities, assignments and/or materials under the direction of the teacher to provide access to class activities
  • Supervise students throughout the school day in classrooms, during educational activities, and during recess and lunch
  • Assist teacher in classroom instruction and behavior support
  • Implement Behavior Support Plan
  • Implement behavior strategies
  • Assist in managing the behavior of students and crisis intervention, including restraint
  • Ability to work with students having special needs and/or aggressive behaviors (i.e. biting, kicking, hitting, emotional outbursts, etc.)
  • Appropriately manage student behavior and guide student toward more acceptable social behaviors Model appropriate behavioral interventions
  • Confer with teacher(s) on a regular basis to assist in evaluation student(s) progress and/or implementing IEP goals and objectives
  • Assist with student assessments, as appropriate
  • Participate in IEP meetings, as appropriate
  • Maintain appropriate documentation, records, and reports
  • Participate in developing data collection systems, and monitor data collection to ensure the success of academic and behavior plans
  • Maintain confidentiality of students and families as mandated by district, state and federal regulations
  • Participate in school and regional trainings, in-services and meetings
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, staff, and parents
  • Communicate effectively in oral and written form
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Special Education
  • Associate of Arts degree, Bachelor Degree highly preferred
  • Passage of CBEST
  • 1-year experience working with students with special needs in a school setting
  • Experience working in an educational setting implementing behavioral intervention for students with complex and/or severe behavioral problems
  • Certification in NCI (Non-Violent Crisis Intervention), desired
  • First aid and CPR, desired
  • Knowledge of positive behavioral interventions and applied behavior analysis (ABA)
  • Knowledge of behavioral management strategies and techniques related to pupils with special needs
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Special Education Classroom Aide Resume Examples & Samples

  • Successful completion of Behavior Boot Camp and ABA training (1 week training) before starting a case
  • Correctly implement the skill acquisition programs as listed in the ABA program book as created by the Behavior Consultant (all ITT and NET programs)
  • Collect data and graph results on all skill acquisition programs
  • Assistance in the completion of assessments: VB-MAPP; ABLLS; curriculum-based; social skills, preference assessments
  • Upkeep of the program book; including neatness of all program components, and the addition of targets to the skill acquisition programs when previous targets have been mastered
  • Implement all strategies to prevent and provide consequences to the occurrence of maladaptive behavior in addition to facilitating the acquisition of replacement skills (i.e. the components of a Behavior Intervention Plan)
  • Follow the recommendations and strategies provided by the behavior consultant and/or teacher (in school based programs)
  • Model/demonstrate behavior analytic teaching strategies (i.e. prompting, shaping, delivery of reinforcement, error correction) for parents and/or school personnel
  • Facilitate the inclusion of students in general education activities (where possible) in school programs
  • Professional and informative communication with the behavior consultant, school personnel and family members with regard to the successful implementation of the skill acquisition programs and/or the Behavior Intervention Plan
  • Achieved an associate’s degree and/or bachelor’s degree in related field (education, psychology)
  • One year's experience working with individuals with developmental delays or behavioral challenges
  • Familiarity with basic behavior analytic principles (ABA)
  • Experience with interventions to address maladaptive behaviors