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Teacher Resume Format

Teacher Resume Format

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Teacher Resume Format
Teacher Resume Format

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Teacher resume format
Teaching is a wonderful field. Helping students develop new skills and gainknowledge and cultivate an appreciation of learning can be very rewarding.According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Excellent job opportunities are expectedas retirements, especially among secondary school teachers, outweigh slowingenrollment growth; opportunities will vary by geographic area and subject taught."The resume tips for a Kindergarten Teacher listed below will help with writing a professional resume that provides prospective school districts with the informationthey need to make a good decision about whether or not you are a good candidate for the job.In short: You will learn how to create a resume that principals WANT to read.Resume Tips for a Kindergarten Teacher:1. Choose a resume format that is commonly used. The reason you want to use acommonly accepted format is because employers like to know where to find theinformation they are seeking. Make sure you are include the main sections withinyour resume. Most commonly, they are: Heading, Objective, Education, Experience,Activities/Awards, and Professional Affiliations.2. Use Resume Action Keywords whenever possible to reflect energy and create avivid impression in the prospective employer's mind. Show the schooldistrict/principal your ability to help children understand abstract concepts, solve problems, and develop critical thinking skills and your desire to meet the expectationsof the school district in which you will teach. Also, be sure to use industry-specifickeywords that relate to the teaching field, such as "multiple instructional strategies","age-appropriate instruction" and "formal and informal assessments". By usingspecific industry jargon/keywords, you direct your resume toward a specific target.3. Accomplishments are another important aspect of your resume. Your achievementsdistinguish you from your competitors in the job-search process. All things beingequal, if an elementary school principal were looking at two identical prospectiveKindergarten Teachers who could handle the tasks of the job perfectly well, but onehad accomplished more than the other, who do you think is going to get a phone call?4. Proofread your resume. If your resume has many (any?) errors, you'll never have anopportunity to meet the school principal for an interview. You will essentially takeyourself out of the competition for that position. Don't let another job candidate get a job you are perfectly capable of doing simply because you have a typo or grammar error. It's an easy fix.According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Preschool, kindergarten, elementaryschool, middle school, and secondary school teachers, except special education, heldabout 3.8 million jobs in 2004. Of the teachers in those jobs, about 1.5 million areelementary school teachers, 1.1 million are secondary school teachers, 628,000 are

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