School Teacher CV Template

Linda R. Bloomberg
“…Linda’s dedication to
her students is
exceptional…
consistently brings
creativity and
innovation into her
lesson plans and
classroom…
…effectively addresses
different learning
styles…well-respected
by teachers and staff…”
M. Johnson
Former Principal
Sometown Primary
School, Sometown
“…We were so thrilled
to get Linda back in the
classroom this year as
a substitute, but I can’t
begin to describe my
disappointment at
being unable to offer
her a full-time position
at this time due to
budget cutbacks…
Our loss will most
assuredly be another
school’s gain…
Her enthusiasm for
teaching and genuine
caring for her students
is only surpassed by
her instructional talents
and resourcefulness…
…she has my highest
recommendation…”
R. Littleton
Principal
Sometown Primary
School, Sometown PSD
11 Main St
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Example City NSW
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0400 000 000
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CERTIFIED PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER (Grades K-6)
Dedicated elementary teacher eager to resume full-time teaching career
(currently a substitute for the Sometown PSD). Offer a proven track record of
commended performance teaching grades K-6, with a passion for education and
an unwavering commitment to optimizing student and school success.
Core Competencies
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Creative Lesson Planning
Curriculum Development
Instructional Best Practices
Classroom Management & Discipline
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Standardised Testing / Scoring
Learner Assessment
Experiential Learning
Special Needs Students / IEPs
Experience
SOMETOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT, Sometown
Substitute Teacher (K-12), 1/09 to Present
Primary Teacher (K-6), 8/04 to 6/07
Student Teacher (Intern), 1/04 to 5/04
Hired as a full-time teacher following student teaching practicum, instructing all
academic subject areas to classrooms of up to 28 students. Left Sometown PSD
(on excellent terms) at the end of the 2007 academic year to provide full-time
care to cancer-stricken parent, and enthusiastically rehired as a substitute
teacher for the current spring term.
Key Contributions:
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Earned high marks for the quality and creativity of classroom teaching,
lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching diverse subjects
(e.g., language arts, mathematics, science, social studies and history).
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Developed innovative approaches that were repeatedly held up as the model
standard for meeting district goals in areas including technology integration
across the curriculum, experiential learning, literacy and diversity.
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Taught general education students as well as individuals with learning
challenges and special needs within a mainstreamed, inclusive classroom.
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Consistently commended for ability to redirect students exhibiting behavior
problems by replacing disruptive, unproductive patterns with positive behaviors.
As a result, selected to lead district-wide in-service on classroom management.
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Actively served on a variety of school committees and task forces focused on
curriculum development, textbook review, fundraising and anti-bullying efforts.
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Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and
school administrators/staff.
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Quickly became a “first-to-call” resource in current substitute teaching role,
typically working four days per week. Personally requested by many full-time
teachers to take over their classrooms during absences.
Primary Caregiver, 6/07 to 12/08
Stepped away from the classroom to serve as a primary caregiver to parent
diagnosed with stage IV cancer. Provided daily care, assisted with financial
affairs and coordinated treatment with medical professionals and hospice team.
Education & Credentials
EXAMPLE UNIVERSITY
BA in Education, 2004. DipEd
Indiana Teacher Certification (Grades K-6), 2004 (renewed in 2009)