A special education teacher’s aide, also called a paraprofessional, performs a lot of duties as compared to that of the classroom teacher – but for a different purpose. In place of making lesson plans and attending staff meetings, a teacher’s aide works with the children and the lead teacher to confirm that the needs of the students are being met.
A cover letter for Special Education Aide Resume is a necessary part of your job application set. The following sample cover letter will help you build or update your own.
22 New North Dr
Austin, TX 54210
April 27, 2017
Mr. John Alexander
Senior Manager (Recruitment)
362 South Street
Austin, TX 32101
Dear Mr. Alexander:
With two years of hands-on experience working with children, an associate’s degree in early childhood development and basic first aid and CPR training, I am applying for Special Education Aide position at ABC School.
Through my education and practical experience with disabled children, I have gained strong skills and knowledge of reviewing lessons, creating and working with class materials and helping lead teacher with teaching, helping in taking students to and from the bus, and transporting wheelchairs. I am able to help students toileting, diapering and feeding. My enclosed resume details my qualifications and experience in special education assistance.
As an enthusiastic and passionate Special Education Aide, I’d welcome the chance to meet with you to discuss how my education, experience and skills would be beneficial for ABC School. I will contact your school secretary next week to schedule a meeting time that suit your timetable.
Thank you for taking the time to review my resume, and for your consideration.