Tips for Teacher Resumes
Teacher resumes need to start with the
Certification and Education categories at the top. The resume should be
chronological. Student Teaching should be left off after three to five years of
Other categories include Tutoring, Coaching,
Workshops, Committee Involvement, Community Service, Continuing Education, and
Cover the grade levels you have
experience teaching, the types of classrooms you've taught in e.g. inclusion or
self-contained, and what your teaching strategies are.
If you are an educator in a clinical, technical, or
business field, be sure to cover what your field is, the
environment you taught, and the type of students and how many e.g. children,
adults, or community residents.
The resume should cover curriculums, lesson plans
and units. Indicate how you taught and the tools you
used such as hands-on lessons, lecture, or media, Smart Board Technology, etc.
A teacher's resume
should always express a passion for working with children and inspiring
students to become independent learners.
Sample Sentences & Tips for Teacher Resumes and