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Sample Teacher For The Mentally Impaired Resume






A clear and interesting teacher for the mentally impaired resume will go a long way to help you land the job you want. Be sure to include specific details, including your objective, training, previous employment, and current availability. All teacher for the mentally impaired resumes should take this approach.


Judith Marks
504 Lincoln Avenue
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
jmarks@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Teacher for the Mentally Impaired

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Excellent teaching and communication skills; state certification; compassionate and dependable

EXPERIENCE

Teacher for the Mentally Impaired, 2000 to present:

Billingsley Special Needs School, Any City, USA.

Basic duties included teaching basic academic and living skills to students who are mentally impaired. Planned curriculum and prepared lessons and other materials according to the needs of individual students. Helped students with skills needed for independent living, including financial self-sufficiency such as hygiene, safety, and meal preparation.

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

Billingsley Special Needs School, Any City, USA.

Assisted the lead teacher with daily classroom duties, as requested, including observing, evaluating, and preparing reports on students' progress.

EDUCATION

M.A., Education
Any City University, 2000
Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Educators for the Mentally Impaired

Chapter Secretary 2006

NOTE: Keep in mind that the sample teacher for the mentally impaired resume above is just that-a sample. A complete teacher for the mentally impaired resume might run one to two pages. However, this one will show you how to get started.