Conservative Science Resume
Conservation science teachers are educational professionals that prepare and deliver courses and lectures on the subject of environment and conservation science. They usually are both teachers and researchers in the science of conservation and, therefore, benefit from working with field conservation technicians and applying their knowledge in actual environmental matters. They have to be experts in biology and geography and must possess mathematical and technical knowledge.
Their subject matter includes basic information about natural elements, conditions, wildlife, habitats and interactions about the application of theoretical knowledge in all activities that take place in natural sites, about efficiently and correctly helping the environment regenerate and about methods that can reverse the degradation of the environment.
Their responsibilities are those of any other educational professional. They have to monitor and coordinate student activities, evaluate learning process, organize on field activities and laboratory work, contribute to the general school administration, advice students in academic and vocational inquiries, keep up to date with all the developments in the conservation science, design and implement improved teaching and learning methods and actively participate in the scientific community. The resume of a conservation science teacher should include the specialized training and knowledge as well as the general teaching abilities.
Name: Diana Thomson
Birth date: 05.05.1983
Address: 5111 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 202, Scottsdale, AZ 85250,
Contact#: (203) 972-5000
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Driver's license: Yes
I am a conservation science teacher specialized in Forest Conservation Science, with relevant teaching experience in a junior college, looking for a similar university position that can offer me the opportunity to develop and follow my research ideas. I have participated in international conferences and programs related to environment conservation and I have contributed to the scientific discourse on the matter, therefore, I consider myself to be properly qualified to enter the post secondary educational level.
My objective is to further develop my career as a conservation science teacher and be a part of a research team through which I can actually contribute to the preservation of the environment.
Conservation science teacher with junior college experience, looking for a postsecondary position.
- teaching abilities,
- pedagogical methods knowledge,
- interpersonal skills,
- communicational skills,
- research skills,
- critical thinking and active listening
Microsoft Office Suite, Windows, Linux, Mac, modeling applications, technological applications
Conservation science teacher, 2005-present
Scottsdale Catholic College
- in charge of presenting and delivering lectures on conservation science,
- monitoring, coordinating and evaluating the students' activities,
- improving the learning process and organizing conservation science on field experiences.
- in charge of managing different administrative tasks and participating at public discussions about the environment.
Education and Training:
PhD in Conservation Science, Scottsdale University
Master's Degree in Forest Conservation Strategies, Scottsdale University
Bachelor's Degree in Applied Sciences, Scottsdale University
As a conservation science teacher and researcher I have contributed to resolving environmental issues and helped people understand the importance of conservation
Areas of interest:
Mr. Simon Lobeck
Director of Scottsdale Catholic College