Physical Education Resume Sample - Page 2

This P.E. educator resume sample highlights Joe's job duties and career accomplishments, demonstrating he is more than qualified for the position he is applying for. His achievements are concrete examples of what he brings to the classroom, and how his teaching skills have benefitted prior students.

The second page of this resume continues on with Joe's work experience, detailing his previous related experience that gives credence to his tenure as a talented physical education teacher. His three previous work experiences that are shown on the second page include a past position as a physical education teacher, a health and physical education student teacher, and after school sports program coordinator. To differentiate from his current position, his second physical education teaching experience describes his role in different terms and highlights different areas of his teaching talents such as his behavior modification strategies and his ability to provide clear direction.

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The achievements listed under each teaching experience demonstrate Joe's ability to promote sportsmanship, good techniques, and improve grades for his students. Achievements are the most important part of a resume, so make sure to include them in your physical education teacher resume. Instead of just listing your duties and skills, accomplishments show what you have done for a school in the past, letting a potential school know what you can do for them in the future.

Achievements should follow the C.A.R. method: challenge, action, result. What was a challenge you faced, what actions did you take to solve it, and what was the result? For instance, in Joe's resume, one of his accomplishments is as follows: "Provided constant feedback and positive reinforcement to keep students motivated; participation rates increased from 65% to 100% from time prior to taking over class to the end of the school year, 2002".

You will also notice that the second page has included a page header that contains his name and the page number. This is important, as all pages of your application should contain your name, and by including the page number, this ensures that your resume will remain intact with all pages included.

This example of a Physical Education teacher resume includes the client's professional development initiatives, which have been critical for the success he has enjoyed in his career. It shows that not only has he completed courses in relevant teaching areas, but that he also has gained in depth credentials in CPR, first aid, and AED.

We have also integrated Joe's professional affiliations as the final section of the resume. His professional affiliations show his dedication to his teaching area by being involved in two separate professional organizations related to health and physical education.

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