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Another Good Teacher Resume Template

written by: Daniel P. McGoldrick•edited by: Daniel P. McGoldrick•updated: 6/30/2009

Personalizing the teacher resume template which is available at is a quick means for a teacher of any level to produce their resume highlighting all their educating experience. Just follow the easy instructions below.

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    Customizing a Teacher resume template can make the task of writing your resume so much easier than trying to produce the document from scratch. A free resume template gives you the means to build a functional resume that states your objective, lists your education, and all the teaching experience you have to offer. Don't waste your time trying to build one from scratch.

    The great thing about a template is that you not only have the format right there for you to just type over with your own information, but you also have the very useful benefit of having a teacher resume sample right there in front of you to use as a model. With a template, it’s easy to follow the functional, standard resume format to showcase your abilities and impress that school. The blueprint is all laid out for you in the language that educators are looking for

    With this template I pinpoint to download for free, just type in your personal text and tweak fonts, sections, and headings to showcase your strengths. In this instance, you’ll find relevant boiler-plate headings that the school administrators in charge of hiring teachers will be looking for. Moreover, the good thing about using Microsoft Word when you download it is that it’s an easy program to utilize and many of the procedures used in Word are already familiar to many. Just follow these simple instructions:

    1. Go to and on the top left corner of the page, click on the 'J-Z' selection of resume templates.
    2. Click on the 'Teacher resume' template offered.
    3. The Teacher resume sample appears for your inspection.
    4. Download the template into Microsoft Word by clicking on the download icon under 'Actions' on the bottom right of the page.
    5. Follow the easy instructions to customize it once you open it up in Word.