Ged Instructor Resume
A GED Instructor normally works with people of different ages and coming from various cultures, with all kinds of educational backgrounds. Therefore, it is very important that GED Instructors are flexible and able to adapt easily. Apart from passing different information and knowledge onto others, Instructors must be able to encourage, stimulate and motivate those who prepare for the exam. A person might work as a full time GED Instructor but he is also entitled to have another teaching position and do this job part time or as a volunteer.
In order to obtain a position as a GED Instructor, the most important aspects are previous experience in teaching as well as personal and professional skills and competences. Hence, when creating a GED Instructor Resume, make sure you highlight this section. Mention all your former responsibilities in teaching and helping students prepare for their exams and also write all the skills and abilities that recommend you for this position.
The next section of your resume should focus on your educational background, previous achievements and areas of interest as well. It is also very useful to find out what is your prospective employer looking for in his future employee and tailor your resume and cover letter according to his expectations.
Name: Denise LeBlanc
Address: Eldridge Street, New York
Birth date: 25.02.1978
Marital Status: Married
Driver's License: B category, 2000
From my point of view, a GED Instructor is responsible for assisting and providing support to students of all ages in preparing for the General Educational Development exam.
I am looking for a position as a GED Instructor which will give me the opportunity to use my knowledge and previous experience in working with students in order to help people get their GED, to develop and fight for a better future.
Responsible, reliable and experienced GED Instructor, able to establish long term relationships and willing to counsel and advise people, I am eager to face new challenges, teach and assist people on their preparation for the exam as well as helping them overcome their situation.
Skills and qualifications
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Good teaching abilities;
- Emphatic personality;
- Oral comprehension;
- Able to work under pressure;
- Willing to assist and support students;
- People oriented and problem solver;
- Patience and attention todetail;
- Dynamic and enthusiastic;
- Adaptability and flexibility;
- Computer competences.
GED Instructor, Stanford College, 2002-present
Duties and responsibilities
- Teaching and assisting those who want toget their GED diploma;
- Establishing, developing and implementing class curriculum and materials;
- Providing necessary support in order tomeet student instructional needs;
- Counseling students regarding career choosing and other professional aspects;
- Teaching five necessary subjects such as math, writing, reading, social studies and science;
- Helping students develop their information processing abilities as well as communication skills.
Duties and responsibilities
- Designed and developed science class curriculum;
- Established and maintain a proper teaching environment;
- Taught students tounderstand and use computers;
- Designed and developed computer instructional material;
- Monitored, evaluated and graded students;
- Initiated and moderated classroom discussions and debates;
- Moderated laboratory activities;
- Assigned engaging homework.
Master's Degree in Computer Science, Princeton University
Bachelor's Degree in Education, Princeton University
Achievements and affiliations
Designing a successful preparation program
Member of the National Education Association
Areas of interest
Catalina Moran, Principal at Stanford College