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Main responsibilities-Teaching Assistant job description

Teaching Assistant job description-Main responsibilities [cont]

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Teaching Assistant job description

To effectively assist teacher with the day-to-day implementation of student learning activities and programs. Carry out other duties as assigned by the building principal to ensure effective and efficient supervision of students.

Teaching Assistant job description

1. 48 hours of college credit or an AA degree

2. Hold or be eligible to obtain certification as a

substitute teacher in accordance with the Professional Teaching Standards Board Substitute Teacher Certification

1. Collaborates with the classroom teacher to plan and prepare

students for learning.

2. Supports the classroom teacher to implement lesson plans.

3. Motivates students.

 

4. Communicates effectively with students.

5. Aids the teacher in providing students with evaluative

feedback.

 

6. Provides opportunities for individual differences of

students.

7. Supports the teacher's efforts to ensure student time on

task.

 

8. Sets high standards for student behavior.

 

9. Demonstrates effective interpersonal relationships with

others.

10. Demonstrates awareness of the needs of students

11. Promotes self-discipline and responsibility.

 

12. The teaching assistant carries out general employee responsibilities effectively.

 

13. Supports school regulations and policies.

14. The teaching assistant assumes responsibilities outside the classroom as they relate to school.

 

15. Other duties as may, from time to time, be assigned by the supervisor.