Economics Teacher Resume

While teaching a subject at the high school level, it is necessary for the teacher to use simple and lucid language. This is especially to make the learning as effortless and easy to grasp as possible, for the students.

Economics is one of those subjects, which involves a lot of abstract and “difficult to visualize” terminologies. Even though, the school level syllabus hardly digs deeper into the vast study field of economics. The teachers are expected to give a general idea of economics to students, excluding all the complex details.

Given below is a sample resume for economics teacher.

Sample Economics Teacher Resume:
Tom Green
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA-90003
(123) 456-7890

Career Objective:
To seek the position of economics teacher in a well reputed high school

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Highly talented economics teacher with a teaching experience of more than four years
  • Profound knowledge of economics and current trends in it
  • Able to explain all the fundamental concepts in economics in layman’s language, without losing much of the scientific formality
  • Knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of economics and its connection with other related disciplines
  • Familiar with the common misinterpretations of the economical concepts by students and able to clarify all the queries of students as per the context
  • Gathered enough data about the subject from real time cases and use them to enhance effectiveness of teaching
  • Able to search information efficiently using the internet
  • Able to speak highly fluent and clear English
  • Professional Work Experience:

    XYZ High-school, Los Angeles CA (2004-Present)
    Economics Teacher

  • Accomplish regular lectures and practical works
  • Arranging different class room events such as seminars, debates, to increase students’ interest in economics
  • Designing different picture slide shows and concept models
  • Assessing students based on their performance in the periodic tests and providing individual feedback to them
  • Searching the internet for extra curricular activities and competitions related to economics for high school students
  • Encouraging students to participate in the extra curricular events and providing personalized guidance for the same
  • Academic education:

  • Bachelor of commerce with economics major from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2002)
  • Master of commerce with economics major from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2004)
  • Associate Diploma in Education from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2005)
  • References: Will be available on request

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