Teacher Resume Sample

Teachers educate the youth and young adults of society. To become a teacher you must have a bachelor’s degree and then obtain a license to teach, in the state you wish to be employed. Good teachers are problem solvers, creative, and good with time management. Teachers seek professional development, work well with others, can meet deadlines and manage others to outcomes.

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Teacher resumes for your reference.

Teacher

  • My typical teaching duties are to prepare my students for kindergarten by introducing concepts they will explore further on a elementary school level.
  • Throughout the day I work with my students in groups or one on one, depending on their needs and the subject matter.
  • I plan and carry out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language, motor, and social skills.
  • Organize activities so that my students can learn about the world, explore interests, and develop talents.

Teacher

  • Set up an individualized math program, did small group science program, worked with individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Contacted students’ home school to obtain educational records and send completed work when student returned to home school.
  • Enlighten the educational team of any educational needs for any new student.
  • Organized, planned, ordered materials, and taught Adult Basic Education (A.B.E), General Education Degree (G.E.D.) and English as a Second Language (E.S.L.).

Teacher

  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to scheduled outdoor activities.
  • Worked closely with Directors and Principals, classroom teaching team, and other specialists.
  • Administered, processed, and distributed educational assessments through parent conferences.

Teacher

  • Organize monthly and weekly lesson plans in order to produce a positive flow of learning throughout each day.
  • Pre screened students to evaluate each level of learning in order to produce success on the next level.
  • Communicated effectively with parents, and staff addressing the concerns of students.

Teacher

  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development, such as games, arts and crafts, music, storytelling, and field trips.
  • Observe and evaluate children’s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Identify children showing signs of emotional, developmental, or health-related problems, and discuss them with supervisors, parents or guardians, and child development specialists.
  • Meet with parents and guardians to discuss their children’s progress and needs, determine their priorities for their children, and suggest ways that they can promote learning and development.

Teacher

  • Arrange indoor or outdoor space to facilitate creative play, motor-skill activities, or safety .
  • Communicate nonverbally with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement, or positive reinforcement.
  • Confer with parents, guardians, teachers, counselors, or administrators to resolve students’ behavioral or academic problems.
  • Assist with the development of individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students’ educational, physical, or social development.

Teacher

  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities in math and science for students based on differentiated learning needs to ensure all students were engaged and learning.
  • Participated in staff training sessions regarding technology, instruction and strategies.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences and events to maximize the individual needs of students to make sure they were on track to meet grade level expectations.
  • Used Google Sheets to record standardized testing scores for each student for the purpose of tracking their progress and making adjustments to their student success plan if needed.

Teacher

  • Utilized a variety of teaching practices and methodologies that reflect the diverse educational, cultural and linguistic backgrounds in order to meet individual needs of students.
  • Reduced student grade repetition rate 25% by strategically targeting areas of improvement to develop learning capacities.
  • Boosted students standardized test scores 25%, increased classroom PTA membership to 100% and raised school’s social membership 20%.
  • Partnered with social committee to orchestrate school’s largest social events including Christmas parties and end of year celebrations; secured prizes and donations from neighborhood businesses/sponsors.

Teacher Assistant

  • Built rapport and maintained communication and working relationships with parents, providing daily reports to parents outlining their child’s activities, behavior, diaper changing, meals, naps, and any concerning issues.
  • Collaborated with lead teacher in planning, organizing, and implementing individual/group learning activities to promote physical, emotional, intellectual, and social development of 12 twelve-eighteen month olds in the class.
  • Guided children to develop language, gain autonomy, interact socially, and strengthen physical development.

Teacher

  • Plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities and manage student behavior in the classroom by invoking approved disciplinary procedures.
  • Utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served.
  • Counsels student when academic and behavior problems arise and confers with parents when needed.

Assistant teacher

  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene and social skills.
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior, and policies and procedures to maintain order among students.
  • Observe evaluate children’s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

Teacher

  • Planning and organizing visits, field studies and special activities connected with the teaching of the subject.
  • In charge of organizing classes and responding to the strengths and needs of my students during lessons.
  • Planning and organizing visits, field studies and special activities connected with the teaching of the subject.

 

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