Special needs teachers work in facilities that cater to the needs of people with mental or physical disabilities, particularly children and young adults. They confer with children and their parents to determine the nature of disability and work out a plan to cater to the needs of each individual.

Special needs teachers are trained to look after people with special needs which is why they have the capacity to exercise tact when dealing with a patient. If you are a trained special needs teacher looking for a job in this capacity, the following resume will help you.


Special Needs Teacher Resume Example



8 Westminster Street, Bellows Falls, VT 80083 Cell:(999) 999-0219, Email:

*Teacher – Special Needs*

PROFILE: Over nine years of progressive teaching experience with a special focus on special needs children. Hands one experience in preparing lessons and materials for students with special needs. Demonstrated ability to cater the needs of children with learning disabilities and autism. In depth knowledge of teaching Braille to children with visual impairments and sign language to hearing impaired children.


School Spring, Bellow Falls, VT
Special Needs Teacher | Feb 2005 – Present
• Assess students’ needs by conferring with them and parents/guardians
• Develop and implement curriculum according to each individual student’s special needs
• Teach behavior that is socially acceptable through positive enforcement
• Enforce rules for behavior modification
• Teach Braille and sign language as and when needed
• Organize learning activities outside the campus to promote social skills

School Spring, Bellow Falls, VT
Paraprofessional Assistant | May 2004 – Jan 2005
• Assisted lead teacher in interviewing students and parents
• Provided input for developing curriculum for special needs students
• Prepared lessons and resources for class instructions
• Assisted in managing class activities and events
• Maintained records of students

Vermont State University – Bellows Falls, VT – 2004
Bachelors in Behavior Sciences

• Excellent communication skills
• Able to diagnose impairments
• Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills
• Emotionally and physically strong