Users' questions

Where do you Put your education on a resume?

Where do you Put your education on a resume?

The thing to remember is that there are no hard and fast rules about how to add education to your resume: You can put your education section before or after your experience section. You can add as much or as little information as you need.

What can an educator do with a professional account?

The professional account can be used to post links to assignments on Twitter or photos of excellent student work. This means that the professional accounts often have few privacy restrictions and any student or parent could easily find and follow it. We’re not saying that educators must have separate personal and professional accounts.

What’s the best advice for a first year teacher?

Go slow as you build your teaching style. Be patient as you establish routines and procedures with your students. Don’t try to be that teacher you saw at the conference/on Twitter.

What should I do if I’m still in education?

If you’re still studying… If you’re still in education, or you’re developing your knowledge by taking an additional qualification, information on your current area of study is likely to be the most relevant. Include any predicted grades, if you have them, and dates for when you’re likely to complete your studies.

What’s the best advice to give a new teacher?

Listen to the kids; they are smarter than their teachers and parents. Sometimes it’s the lack of life experience that make things clear. Lots of tears, smiles, laughs, snot, throw up, blood, pee, and poop so be ready to throw out kindness like confetti. —Sdcstevens 35.

What does an education do for a person?

Education can open the door to a whole new world of opportunities and put you on the path to success. Here are five things an education will give you. 1. Education and Training Give You Confidence in the Workplace An education gives you the knowledge and tools you need to feel confident in the workplace.

When to put education section on your resume?

If you have more than five years of work experience, don’t lead with the education section of your resume. Hiring managers will be more interested in your work history and your accomplishments in your career than in your degree.

What can do for my students? provides interactive learning opportunities that grow my students’ knowledge and deepen their understanding no matter their ability level. is the one place I can go to find the resources I need for my students, no matter what kind or level of support is right for them.