Electronics Teacher Resume

Electronics is a science that studies controlled motion of electrons through various media. The electron motion can be controlled by means of various external factors such as magnetism, heat, conductor characteristics and so on. This kind of study reveals behavior of electrons under various test conditions and helps in building gadgetry based upon a particular property. Undoubtedly, electronics is the base for modern age technological advancement.

Electron motion is a somewhat “abstract” object to study, due to its microscopic nature. Hence, at the school level studies, electronics study is simply the introduction to the most commonly used electronic components and their applications in simple circuits. An electronics teacher too, has to stick to this simplicity. Given below is a sample resume for a school level electronics teacher.

Sample Electronics Teacher Resume:

Tom Green
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA-90003
(123) 456-7890

Career Objective:

To seek the position of electronics teacher in a well reputed high school

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Highly gifted electronics teacher with profound teaching experience
  • Great teaching aptitude accompanied by enough real time teaching exposure
  • Tremendous knowledge of theoretical and industrial electronics
  • Substantial information about the working and general utility of the most commonly used electronic components
  • Strong command over circuitry problems and able to break up complicated circuits to the simplest forms
  • Expertise in using MS Office and commonly used teaching tools
  • Able to speak highly fluent English, accompanied by excellent comprehension skills
  • Proficiency in handling simple circuit building tools

Professional Work Experience:

XYZ High-school, Los Angeles CA (2005-Present)

Electronics Teacher

  • Executing regular lectures and other class room activities
  • Monitoring student’s work during the practical sessions at the lab and assisting them with their experimental concerns
  • Displaying the most basic circuit components and their actual working in class
  • Preparing and distributing study notes for the assigned academic syllabus
  • Organizing classroom activities such as seminars, debates, for interactive learning process
  • Designing a number of study modules for well planned and effective learning
  • Conducting periodic assessment tests for study modules that have been already taught

Academic education:

  • Bachelor science with electronics major from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2002)
  • Master of science with electronics 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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