Sample Computer Science Teacher Resume

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Edward Brown
250 Cassette Court,
Chicago Park, CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An academic scholar and visionary who possesses a transformative leadership in research, teaching, curriculum development; has an exceptional research record, innovative and independent; possesses an analytical mind and a strong desire to pursue further knowledge; can communicate and relate well with students and serve as a good role model; self-motivated and can work with minimal supervision.

Professional Background
Computer Science Teacher August 2008- Present
Charter Oak State College, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Responsibilities
Evaluated and graded students’ class work, laboratory work, book reports, projects, assignments, and school papers.
Maintained and updated student attendance records, tardiness, grades, attitude and personality development, and other required records.
Lectured to undergraduate or graduate students on topics related to programming, data structures, data management, and software design and manipulation.
Prepared course materials (syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts) for students.
Graded examinations and evaluated student’s performance on both lecture and lab classes.
Kept abreast of developments in the field and technology by reading current literature, participating in professional conferences and joining discussion groups and forums.
Math Instructor April 2005- August 2008
Bridgeport High, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Responsibilities:

  • Evaluated and graded students’ class work, laboratory work, book reports, projects, assignments, and school papers.
  • Maintained and updated student attendance records, tardiness, grades, attitude and personality development, and other required records.
  • Lectured to undergraduate or graduate students on topics related to programming, data structures, data management, and software design and manipulation.
  • Prepared course materials (syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts) for students.
  • Graded examinations and evaluated student’s performance on both lecture and lab classes.
  • Kept abreast of developments in the field and technology by reading current literature, participating in professional conferences and joining discussion groups and forums.

Math Instructor April 2005- August 2008
Bridgeport High, Bridgeport, Connecticut
Responsibilities:

  • Evaluated and graded students’ class work, laboratory work, book reports, projects, assignments, and school papers.
  • Maintained and updated student attendance records, tardiness, grades, attitude and personality development, and other required records.
  • Lectured to undergraduate or graduate students on topics related to programming, data structures, data management, and software design and manipulation.
  • Prepared course materials (syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts) for students.
  • Graded examinations and evaluated student’s performance on both lecture and lab classes.
  • Kept abreast of developments in the field and technology by reading current literature, participating in professional conferences and joining discussion groups and forums.

Math Instructor April 2005- August 2008
Bridgeport High, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Educational Background
2001- 2004PhD in Computational Science
Princeton University, NJ
1999- 2001 Master of Science in Computer Science
Texas A&M University, TX
1997 – 1999 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Princeton University, NJ

Skills:

  • Good teaching, communication and motivational skills
  • Proficiency in database software (Oracle, SAP)
  • Proficiency in Mac and PC operating systems
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) applications (Win 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows version 7)
  • Proficiency in technology computing and programming
  • Excellent oral and written English communication skills

Associations/ Organizations
National Science Teachers Association, Member
Computer Science Teachers Association, Member

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