Kindergarten Teacher – Sample Resume

A kindergarten teacher’s resume should be well-detailed, credible and compelling. The candidate’s strength and attributes must be reasonably emphasized. Ambiguity must be avoided and clarity upheld when writing a kindergarten teacher’s resume. The ability to be compendious while composing the resume for this category of teachers cannot be overemphasized.

An example of such a resume is given below.

 

Shirley Pearce
50A Maple Apartments, Montgomery, AL 36043
Phone: (334) 222 – 3331 Email: shirleypearce12@whomail.com
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Career Objective

To become a kindergarten teacher at Riverdale Kindergarten School; and thereby dutifully execute any/all tasks and assignments given to me in the process of contributing my quota to the overall growth and development of the kindergarten students.

Summary of Skills

  • Superlative ingenuity, versatility and creativity skills to help design the most effective means and approaches for improved kindergarten students’ development.
  • Exceptional adaptability and flexibility needed to cope with the disparate characteristics of the kindergarten students’ needs.
  • Superb verbal and non-verbal communication and knowledge transmission skills.
  • Outstanding patience and interpersonal relationship skills that can help to build and foster teamwork and productive interactions amongst all stakeholders involved in the education of kindergarten students.
  • Spectacular organizational and time management skills required to strategically maximize output from the available resources for upward development of the kindergarten students.
  • Impressive ability to multitask and maintain a progressive work rate in a wide range of heterogeneous situations.

 

Work Experience

Kindergarten Teacher                                                                        July 2012 – present

Palmgrove Kindergarten School, Montgomery, AL

  • Responsible for engaging kindergarten students in recreational activities designed to instill the appreciation of teamwork and problem-solving techniques in the students.
  • Modifying of the syllabus to comply with the unique demands and requirements of the kindergarten students.

Elementary Teacher                                                               March 2008 – June 2012

Hallmark Elementary School, Montgomery, AL

  • Taught and evaluated the academic performances of Grade 1 students in an average class size of 21.
  • Facilitated the teaching-learning process through the establishment and sustenance of enabling atmospheres conducive to learning for the students.

Substitute Teacher                                                                 May 2005 – April 2007

Mountain Top Kiddies Academy, Montgomery, AL

  • Temporarily filled in for the Grade 2 regular teacher in an average class size of 19; and thereby performed all tasks and duties required of the lead teacher for a duration of time spanning a year.

Education

  • Master’s Degree in Education 2006

University of Alabama, Montgomery, AL

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education 2004

University of Alabama, Montgomery, AL

 

Professional Organization

  • Member, Alabama Teachers’ Association (ATA) 2011 – present

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