Philosophy Teacher Resume
Working as a teacher is probably one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs because it gives you the opportunity to share your knowledge with children and students and to use your passion and dedication to stimulate and provide them with an enriching environment.
Those who want to become Philosophy Teachers require a strong educational background and previous working experience. When writing your Philosophy Teacher Resume, make sure you emphasize your former experience in working with students as well as your achievements. Also, it is very important to highlight the qualifications and competencies that recommend you for this position. Do not forget to include all the relevant studies and training courses you've attended.
Name: Amanda Marcus
Address: Stars Hallow Street, Washington
Birth date: 14.12.1970
Marital Status: Married
Driver's License: B category, 2000
From my point of view, a Philosophy Teacher is in charged with teaching students the fundaments of philosophy such as aesthetics, ethics, epistemology, logic and metaphysics.
Looking for a position as a Philosophy Teacher within a college where I can use my teaching skills and experience in working with students in order to meet their educational and instructional needs and expectations.
Highly organized, reliable and experienced Philosophy Teacher, with interpersonal skills and great talent in teaching, I am eager to learn new things and pass onto others my knowledge.
Skills and qualifications
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Interpersonal and intercultural competencies;
- Sensitive and reliable;
- People oriented and problem solver;
- Ethical and responsible;
- Professional appearance and presentation skills;
- Willing to assist and support students;
- Academic leadership;
- Patience and attention to detail;
- Positive attitude;
- Computer competencies.
Philosophy Adjunct Faculty,
University of Washington, 2006-present
Duties and responsibilities
- Acting as an untenured professor and providing specialized teaching t
- Assisting full time teachers in creating and implementing course curriculum, objectives and materials;
- Preparing and sustaining philosophy lectures;
- Developing lessons plans;
- Evaluating and selecting course materials;
- Drafting course syllabus and creating assignments;
- Evaluating the student's performances;
- Grading exams, reports and assignments;
- Organizing and maintaining a proper teaching environment;
- Monitoring the student's development;
- Participating at meetings and campus events.
Benjamin Franklin High School, 1998-2006
Duties and responsibilities
- Stimulated and motivated students to learn more;
- Initiated and moderated classroom discussions and debates;
- Helped students achieve their goals and objectives;
- Ensured stimulating learning experience to students;
- Ensured compliance with the school's policies, guidelines and processes.
Master's Degree in Education, University of Washington
Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy, University of Washington
Psychology Training Sessions
Achievements and affiliations
- Providing an engaging and enriching teaching environment for students
- Great number of papers published
- Conducting research activities in my area of expertise
- Member of the American Philosophical Association
Julia Rodriguez, Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Washington