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Earth and Planetary Science Teacher Example CV

Personal information    
Surname(s) / First name(s)  Marsha, Anne Sasha
Address(es)  32, Louvre Street, SO15 Y23, Southampton, England
Telephone(s)  +44 123 45 67 89 00 Mobile: +44 123 45 67 89 00
Fax(es)  +44 123 45 67 89 00
E-mail(s)  GHarmen@gmail.com
Nationality(-ies)  British
Date of birth  1.25.1980
Gender  Female
Desired employment / Occupational field  Earth and Planetary Science Teacher
Work experience   
Dates  October 1998 - present
Occupation or position held  Living Science Teacher - Year 6 and 7
Main activities and responsibilities  As the Living Science teacher, my duties include creating an engaging curriculum that teaches young minds about the forces of nature and the science of the world around us. My general work responsibilities include preparing daily lecture materials, assigning and grading student daily work and home work. Develop methods of teaching that promotes an understanding of principals covered. Conference with teachers about student successes, failures or misbehaviour and suggest ideas to promote learning both in the classroom and at home. I work closely with all my students, especially those with learning disabilities or those who are simply struggling with the concepts being taught. I specialize in developing creative activities and assignments that children are eager to try and encourage exploration and curiosity that bolsters a child''s desire to learn rather than forcing basic memorization and repetition of facts on students.
Name and address of employer  Silver Springs Primary School, Ashlan Lane, Shirehampton, Bristol BS11 9NG
Type of business or sector  Public Education
Dates  September 1990 - June 1998
Occupation or position held  Earth Science Teacher - Secondary School year 9 and 10
Main activities and responsibilities  My job as Earth Science teacher focused on following pre-developed lesson plans that taught students about the science of the earth. These lessons plans were very rigid pre-determined teaching methods and weekly assignments and expectations. Other responsibilities included monitoring student progress with weekly assignments, grading student assignment and speaking with students who are having trouble learning the material. I also set up weekly tutoring and extra learning sessions for students who wanted to spend more time learning the material. I also led the Earth Science group, and after school extra curricular activity designed to teach students about different ecosystems, allowing them to explore the world through field trips, special guests and other special activities I arranged for the group.
Name and address of employer  Ashgrove Park Secondary School, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7QH
Type of business or sector  Public Education
Dates  August 1988 - June 1990
Occupation or position held  Teacher's Assistant/Substitute Teacher - Secondary schools all year levels
Main activities and responsibilities  In this role, I assisted other full time teachers with their daily work. I graded papers, delivered messages to other teachers and school office personal and chaperoned school trips and events for all year levels. Occasionally I acted as a substitute teacher for all general subjects offered when a teacher needed to call out sick or for a personal emergency.
Name and address of employer  Ashgrove Park Secondary School, Henbury, Bristol BS10 7QH
Type of business or sector  Public Education
Education and training   
Dates  September 1986 - June 1988
Title of qualification awarded  Master''s Research Degree in Earth Science with a minor in Planetary Science
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Earth Sciences, Global Change, Planetary Science
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of Bristol
Level in national or international classification  University
Dates  September 1982 - May 1986
Title of qualification awarded  Bachelor of Arts (with honours) in Primary Education
Principal subjects / occupational skills covered  Early Childhood development
Name and type of organisation providing education and training  University of the West of England
Level in national or international classification  University
Personal skills and competences  
Mother tongue(s)  English
Other language(s)  
Self-assessment  UnderstandingSpeakingWriting 
European level  ListeningReadingSpoken interactionSpoken production  
Spanish  B2Novice UserB1Novice UserA1Novice UserA1Novice UserA1Novice User 
Social skills and competences  Although I have experience with secondary education, I prefer working with students in the primary age levels. My manner of teaching is on that engages young minds in scientific exploration and adventure. I have been voted ''Teacher of the Year'' voted by the students for the past 2 years, and many parents have sent letters to the student administration office commending my abilities to teach their children.
Organisational skills   I am experienced with organising school trips and outings, or arranging for special speakers to come into the classroom. These special activities require many forms to be filled out and authorized several weeks in advance. My daily activities include following school schedules and staying on track with the core curriculum. I also grade and return student assignments and projects daily and return work to students within a day or two of it being turned in, depending on the size of the assignment.
Technical skills and competences  Technical skills include extensive knowledge of how to use scientific equipment such as beakers, test tubes and other earth science measuring instruments. I have moderate experience assembling and repairing the school telescope.
Computer skills and competences  I posses basic computer and word processing skills.
Artistic skills and competences  I enjoy painting and drawing, and regularly create posters and other handouts for students that reflect the subjects covered that week.
Other skills and competences  I am in charge of the Planetary Explorers, an extra curricular group that meets twice a month at Silver Springs Primary school. This group engages both children and parents in outer space exploration and teaches families how to take care of the environment.
Driving licence(s)  Class A, B(automatic) and D
Additional information  References available upon request.