Whether you’re applying for a new job or want to advance your career, updating your CV is the first thing you should do. You can highlight certain skills or include information that’s relevant to the position you desire.
Your CV should also include updated details about your experience, education, and skills that make you stand out from other teacher profiles. It might be also helpful to include some keywords such as “team teaching,” “critical thinking” and “cooperative learning”.
Here are some examples of teaching resume templates you can use.
SEE ALSO: 3 Job-Search Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re Making
If you’re applying for an elementary school teacher, you need to be as creative as possible. You will be teaching kids so the school is expecting you to be a vibrant teacher who works well with kids.
If you’re a high school or secondary teacher, you would probably want to switch to a more standard template for your CV that highlights your skills and certifications.
To obtain a teaching position for the college level, you would need at least a Master’s Degree, a number of certifications and relevant experience. Keep your CV short and simple, highlighting your qualifications and experience as a professor.
Here’s a helpful instructional video on how to create a teaching resume:
Some would consider traditional CVs as a thing of the past. Most teachers also create video CVs to set them apart from the rest of applicants. Check out these examples below:
Did you find the above information useful? Share this article with your colleagues and friends.