We're back with another fun and informative Edumagic episode - all about resumes! This week's guest is Charles Williams, an author, podcast host, and principal. Mr. Charles Williams, You can connect with Charles Williams here - https://www.cwconsultingservice.com/.
The first thing you need to do is to ground yourself in why you went into education in the first place. Open your mind to making the changes in education that are needed. You are going to make a difference in education. Education is the best career on earth, and we're glad you chose it.
Here are some resume tips you can't miss if you're a new teacher applying for a job.
Share what you did and were able to do during student teaching
Catch the eye of the principal
What makes you stand out?
What skills do you have that transfer to the classroom?
Make a connection with the interview team
Why do you want to work at this school?
Don't just drop buzz words - know what they mean and how to apply them.
Make sure you are a good fit for the school, and the school is a good fit for you.
Show data if you can - what do you do with it, and how can you show it?
For your demo lesson - make sure that it is something that you are good at teaching and that you understand fully.