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Political Science Teacher Resume

Teaching Political Science as a school subject is a genuine challenge and should be viewed as such. It takes a great deal of knowledge and imagination in order to become such a teacher, not to say that you need excellent communication and presentation skills, to attract the students' attention. If you think that you have all that, and would like to try this career, then you should start to think about a political science teacher resume. The one that you will find below is an example of how it should look like.


Political Science Teacher Resume Sample

Personal details:

Name: Albert Daniels
Birth date: 13.02.1972
Address and contact details: 25 Canterbury Avenue, Manchester, UK,
Marital status: Married
Children: Yes, two
Driver's license: Yes


To become a Political Science teacher in your university and to make the national political environment more accessible and easy to learn for the students.

Qualities and skills:

  • Ambitious
  • Methodical and aware of the national curriculum
  • Very good communication and presentation skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Understanding
  • Analytical Thinking
  • Good oral and written Comprehension
  • Speech Clarity
  • Dependability
  • Good Instructing ability
  • Initiative
  • A good listener

Other skills:

  • Computer literate
  • Foreign languages: Spanish (intermediate), French (advanced)
Work experience:

History teacher, Copper High School, Manchester, 1999–2005

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Teach History to the 4 to 8 grades
  • Permanently invent teaching methods and strategies
  • Organize trips to museums and archaeological sites
  • Assigning work and grades to students
  • Maintaining records of attendance, grades and other required information
  • Updating syllabi
  • Teaching students history in non conventional methods to make it interesting

Lecturer, political science, Institute of Public studies, Manchester, 2005–2010

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Teaching Political science to high school students
  • Preparing syllabi, handouts and home assignments
  • Giving lectures to undergraduate students on topics like citizenship, international community, democracy in the country and various political thoughts
  • Maintaining students record like attendance, there grade and other necessary data
  • Worked as adviser to student organization
  • Examine and grade students class work, homework, and papers
  • Participating in campus recruitment, registration and placement activities
  • Supervised internship and research work
  • Helping student with academic and vocational curriculum and in carrier related queries
  • Started a political science and events forum where students were the speakers and they could speak their thoughts about current scenario
  • Proposed and started political science fair to educate the public on various themes


  • Bachelor's degree in History and Political Sciences at the University of Manchester
  • Bachelor of education degree from the University of Manchester
  • Master Degree In political Science at the University of Manchester
  • Research fellowship from the University of Manchester in youth psychology
  • Certification in French Advanced
  • Certification in Spanish intermediate
  • Course in Non-Conventional Teaching Methodology


  • Great results in working with children
  • Great results in using the trips as vivid illustrations of the theoretical facts
  • Great results within the national student's contests
  • American Association of Political Science Teachers
  • Teacher of the year Award 2005

Areas of interest:

  • Sociology
  • Youth psychology
  • Alternate teaching methods
  • Non-Conventional Teaching


Mr. Dan Scott,
Copper High School, Manchester,

Mr. Philip Mason
Institute of Public studies, Manchester,
Head of Department,
Political Science

Mrs. Jean Welcott
Institute of Public studies, Manchester,

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