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Sample Teacher For The Emotionally Impaired Resume






A teacher for the emotionally impaired resume shows the hiring manager the job hunter is eager to be hired and is well qualified in training and on-the-job experience. All teacher for the emotionally impaired resumes should state the job seeker's objective and work history.


Ginger Smith
435 Luke Street
Big Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
gsmith@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Teacher for the Emotionally Impaired

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Qualified and certified teacher; good communication skills; compassionate and sensitive; an organized and responsible employee

EXPERIENCE

Teacher for the Emotionally Impaired, 2000 to present:

Victory Special Needs School, Victory, USA.

Planned and developed curriculum for students with emotional impairments. Conferred with parents administrators, social workers, and testing specialists to create an educational plan for each student. Observed students for signs of disruptive behavior and worked with appropriate personnel on their behalf.

Teacher's Aide for the Emotionally Impaired, 1998-2000:

Victory Special Needs School, Victory, USA.

Assisted the primary teacher with daily classroom chores such as observing students for signs of disruptive behavior that might include verbal outbursts, violence, or destructive episodes, then reporting findings to her.

EDUCATION

M.A., in Special Education
Any City University, 1997
Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Educators for the Emotionally Impaired

NOTE: Most teacher for the emotionally impaired resumes run one to two pages. The teacher for the emotionally impaired resume above is a short sample of one you can use to build your own. Consider what the target employer is looking for and then write yours accordingly.