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Special Education Cover Letter Sample

Review this Special Education Teacher cover letter sample which includes all the right sections and information that should be included in any strong cover letter. This example special ed cover letter will help give you ideas if you are writing a special education teacher, resource teacher, teacher's aide, or paraprofessional application letter.

The letter of introduction is addressed properly, contains up-to-date contact information, and matches the resume. These are all integral to creating a strong letter of intent. A cover letter should include both your and the school's contact details as well as the person's name you are addressing the cover letter to. In this case, Aurora's contact details are in the header. A cover letter then needs to include the date, followed by the addressee's contact details. It's also important to find out the name of the person you are contacting so you can properly address them.

In the first paragraph of this Special Education Teacher cover letter, we start out listing Aurora's credentials and years of experience, which lets the reader know she is qualified. By beginning a cover letter in this way, a school knows right off the bat that she has the right credentials and experience that they are looking for. They will then want to read on to find out what other skills and experience she can bring to the school.

The letter continues in the second paragraph to describe the types of students she has taught, as well as her biggest strengths as an special education teacher. The letter really shows she has worked with a diverse group of students, which is very important to special education. It also mentions her capability to facilitate all learning styles and develop multisensory lesson plans to meet the children's needs.

At the end of the Special Ed cover letter, Aurora prompts the hiring administrator to offer her an interview by stating, "I look forward to hearing from you soon". It's important to end a cover letter in this way or by stating you will follow up with them at a specific time.

This Special Education Instructor cover letter sample complements its counterpart — the resume — by using the same layout, font, and format, and reinforcing Aurora's proven skills and talents. The reader is sure to take a second look at the job candidate's resume and cover letter, and offer her a teaching job interview!

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Special Education Teachers teach secondary school subjects to educationally and physically handicapped students.

When you include a cover letter with your resume, you are putting forth that extra effort that shows what could become your future employer just how committed you are to obtaining that position. While anyone can submit a resume, a cover letter goes that extra step to show that you are not just applying to random jobs but that you are interested in the job in particular to which you are submitting said cover letter.

A sample cover letter for a Special Education Teacher that expresses the skills and expertise required for the position is shown below. Also, be sure to check out our extensive Special Education Teacher resume samples.

Dear Mr. Jim Ellis:

This letter expresses my sincere intent to be the next Special Education program manager for Sweetwater Union High School District. I am confident that my professional qualifications meet and exceed those demanded of this position. More importantly, I am a patient and a flexible team player, yet firm in my communications and decisions. These qualifications make me ideally suited to work in this multi-faceted environment.

After my first year of teaching, it was very clear that I had a special bond with kids that have emotional and behavioral issues. Teaching them comes naturally to me and gives me a deep sense of personal satisfaction. As a disciplinarian, coach and tutor, I open up in this setting. Undeniably, watching students make improvements and sharing positive praise with parents are my most rewarding moments of teaching.

My experience as a Special Education Teacher is what will ensure my success as program manager. I have worked with a diverse range of emotional, physical and cultural backgrounds and often consider myself a de facto site psychologist. More importantly, because of my history in the classroom, I connect well with parents. I am able to relate to all circumstances because I am rarely shocked. Rather than become emotional, I take a proactive problem solving approach. Through this strong relationship with parents, I recognize quickly the accuracy and efficacy of assessments.

The recent completion of my administrative credentialing also makes me an ideal candidate for this job. I am readily aware of the procedures and guidelines set forth by IDEA, as well as other codes and regulations, and relevant testing and assessment models shaping the way we educate today. My belief is that when we, as educators and administrators, are competent and confident, everyone walks away happy.

In addition to teaching, I provide behavioral consultant services to other district schools, assess instructional programs, conduct trainings and work collaboratively with teachers, parents, aides and support staff. In this capacity, I have gained a broader understanding for how public and non-public districts interact to best serve the needs of students. Working between districts has also granted me a big-picture perspective that I believe will help manage Sweetwater Union High School Districts budget. I intend to bring superb mediation and communication skills to the table that will ultimately save money and protect the rights of all parties.

I am a true lifelong learner. I love to teach and learn, especially from kids. As such, I was especially excited to be recently nominated and awarded an ABA Certification scholarship and intend to start courses as soon as possible. This designation will further enhance my ability to be a bridge between special education students and the successful academic careers they deserve.

While I recognize that I do thrive in the classroom, I am ready to move forward into a management position where I can serve many more young people with special needs, ensuring they receive the best services available to them. I have dedicated my career to the Sweetwater district and I intend to continue to bring a higher level of competency to the special education program. I can and will get the job done.

Very Sincerely,

Catherine Mann

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