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Career Description
An educational technician is responsible for providing support to teachers in the classroom. They assist in implementing instructional programs, managing student behavior, and assessing student progress. They work closely with students, parents, and other educational professionals to ensure a positive learning environment. Educational technicians often have a background in special education and are skilled in data management, instructional technology, and curriculum development. The demand for educational technicians is expected to grow in the future as schools strive to provide individualized support for students with diverse learning needs. This job offers a good work-life balance and the opportunity to make a positive impact on students' lives.
Hard Skills
data management instructional technology curriculum development assessment and evaluation classroom management special education behavior management
Soft Skills
communication collaboration organizational skills
Relevant Educations
Special Education Child Development Educational Psychology Early Childhood Education Behavioral Science
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Standard Work Hours Flexibility
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