A good resume for a teacher demonstrates the applicant's qualifications, skills and experiences that make him suitable for a particular teaching job. Beyond simply containing these important sections, a good teacher resume should be visually appealing, straightforward and well organized with proper grammar and correct spelling.
A teacher's resume should first display the applicant's name, address and contact information, which are often placed in the header. Next, the resume should clearly state the applicant's objective, whether it is applying for a specific position or generally educating children. The resume should also include details about the applicant's educational history, such as undergraduate and graduate schools attended, as well as degrees, grade point averages and other relevant academic information like coursework and certifications.
The bulk of the resume should be dedicated to professional, volunteer and international experiences which somehow pertain to the teaching profession or to educational missions in general. These experiences should be organized by date and include short and descriptive summaries if necessary. Resumes also typically contain a section listing previous accolades and awards, and they may also list a person's hobbies and interests, especially if they relate to teaching. Bulleted lists are useful to organize the body of the resume.