Special Education Teacher Resume Tips That’ll Get You The Job

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As a special education teacher, you’re prepared to work with students who have a wide range of disabilities, including learning, mental, emotional and physical. You’re able to adapt general education lessons to meet the needs of special education students and teach various subjects to students with mild to moderate disabilities.

And to land the job you want, you must create a resume that displays not only your training, skills and expertise, but also your dedication to special education and to serving children with special needs. It’s not an easy task to differentiate yourself from other candidates with a couple of pieces of paper, but it can be done. When you create a resume that is uniquely yours, with just a glance, principals will be able to get an idea of who you are and the kind of teacher you’ll be. Consider these resume tips for special education teachers to develop the resume that will open doors to the job you want.

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Bureaucracy and IEP Compliance

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iep-compliance-schoolsWhen an Individualized Education Program (IEP) is written, parents expect that the services for their children will be carried out by professionals for their children. Teachers also expect supports to be there to assist their students during classroom time. Of course, sometimes the school year begins and services that were set up within the IEP do not surface in a timely manner. Continue reading “Bureaucracy and IEP Compliance”

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