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As a Math teacher, there is no need for anyone to question your problem solving and analytical skills. But,all kinds of problems might arise when you are trying to put your abilities on paper- that is, when creating your Math teacher resume.

Before writing a job winning Math teacher resume, let’s go through the responsibilities of a Math teacher. Usually, the job description in the vacancy gives a clear idea about the role you have to play.

Anyway, why not look at some obvious responsibilities as well?

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Instructing students about arithmetic and problem solving.

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Preparing lesson plans.

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Giving homework and grading them.

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Preparing test papers for evaluation.

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Communicating with parents.

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Contributing to school events such as Math quiz programs.

Now that you have an idea about the role of a Math teacher, let’s kickstart resume writing!

Math teachers love working with numbers, solving complex equations and many more. What matters the most here is the timing.

Remember the last time you solved a time problem? You have a maximum of 7 seconds to impress the school principal or hiring manager with your resume.

From hundreds of resumes in the principal’s office, you have to score 100%.

With that being said, let’s look at some tips and tricks to write an outstanding Math Teacher resume.

Just like using BODMAS to solve math problems, there needs to be a proper order to structure your Math teacher resume. That’s where these formatting rules come into play:

- Identify the important sections in your Math teacher resume.

- Use the correct color combination: Go for black, white and shades of blue and green.

- Pay attention to font type. For example, you might want to reconsider whether you will go with common fonts like Arial and Times New Roman! Use some other good resume fonts like Verdana, Gill Sans or Cambria.

- Font size matters! Do not use fonts larger than 14pt for headings. Use a maximum 12pt for body content.

- Instead of using larger fonts to highlight important facts, Bold and italic might come in handy.

- Save your Math Teacher resume as a PDF, which is more professional than a Word file.

A successful Math Teacher resume is like a fraction. The top half captures the reader’s eye first! That’s why you should write an excellent header to introduce yourself.

As in the above example header, add your name at the top along with your current job position and location. Adding contact details will make it easy for the school principal/recruiter to get in touch with you.

If you are a newbie, go ahead and add your latest educational qualification and the institute you obtained it from.

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Right after the header, this is where you need to summarize your skill set, experience, your passion for teaching Math and future vision. Why not use some numbers to show how cool your Math is?

Math educator for high school and middle school with 5+ years of experience in teaching classrooms of at least 30 students. Ability to teach in an interactive manner to improve the logical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills of students. Mentored and helped over 400 kids in their pursuit of a college education.

**Fact:** The professional profile is sometimes known as the objective statement. But, that is outdated. Instead you can also go with a profile summary.

If you do not have any previous experience, you can include events organized and any volunteering that was done during college life.

Graduated from Victoria College of Physical Sciences in 2022 with a GPA of 3.7 and looking forward for a new adventure in Math teaching. Able to work under pressure in rapidly changing work environments. Hope to mentor students at ABC High to increase the quality of education and also self development.

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Being a Math teacher has a lot more than solving equations! You need to have knowledge of the curriculum, ability to evaluate students’ skills and even knowledge in Information Technology.

Imagine you landed that dream job and you walked into your first Math class. Starting the lesson right away wouldn’t do. You need to introduce yourself and build a positive impression for the students.

Understanding knowledge levels, interactive activities, and in-class quizzes are an excellent way to build up positive relationships with students. So, always remember, soft skills equally matter.

**Math Skills**

- Simple Math
- Algebra
- Calculus
- Trigonometry

**Technical Skills**

- Ms Excel
- Smartboards and tablets
- Math Editor
- SPSS

**Soft Skills**

- Logical thinking
- Communication
- Flexibility
- Time management
- Friendliness
- Leadership

Make sure you add any other skills required by the employer too!

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Use the reverse chronological order to add your experience to your Math teacher resume. The last job must be mentioned first.

Add some points to emphasize your achievements at each stage. Use numbers wherever possible.

Oh wait!

What if this is your first Math teacher job application? Then you can focus on any programs you have volunteered for. Even internships can be added.

Better to categorize experience based on skills rather than going for reverse chronological order.

- Volunteered as a member of the Physical Science Student club and organized a series of Math quizzes for invitee Schools.
- Participated in the inter college Math quiz in 2019 and won the Gold medal in the Senior category.

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The education section is where you summarize your academic history.

If you are a Math teacher with considerable experience, list down your qualifications in short along with the years, grades and awarding body.

**Master of science in Physical Science**

California state University

**Bachelor of science (Hons) in Mathematics**

California State university

- You can also include any research publications in this section. Adding links to these will be an added advantage.

- If you are a newbie, you can add your qualifications along with the GPA. Consider adding professional qualifications here.

Learn more about resume education

Having all that said, make sure you limit your Math Teacher resume to a maximum of 2 pages. Now you are totally ready to beat that ATS! For more guidance on Math teacher resume writing, check out our sample resume.

Good luck!

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High school and middle School Math teacher with 5+ years of experience in teaching classes of minimum 30 students. Ability to conduct classes in an interactive manner to develop complex problem solving, logical thinking and analytical skills in students. Mentored over 400 students over the years and supported them for college entrance.

**High School Math Teacher** – 2014 to present

**ABC High School, UT**

- Mentored 400+ students in facing college entrance Math examinations and 90% of them got selected to top ranked colleges worldwide.
- Established the Math society of ABC high with over 500 students of all grades and organized 50+ workshops to build logical and problem solving skills.
- Encouraged the use of Software like Ms Excel and Ms Mathematics in class and brought the school into the top 20 in STEM rankings.
- Trained 5+ assistant Math teachers in 2020 and now they are promoted to Middle School Math teachers.

**Middle School Math Teacher** – 2011-2013

**Nevada High School, CA**

- Taught Math for grades 6 to 8 and increased the pass rate by 20%.
- Prepared lesson plans which were later used to restructure the Math curriculum of grade 8.
- Conducted monthly in class tests and built the confidence level of students by 100% to face term end examinations.
- Increased the pass rate of students in State test results from 15% to 25% through frequent revision sessions.

**MSc. in Physical Science **– 2019

**California state University**

- Distinction

**BSc.(Hons) in Mathematics** – (2017)

**California state University**

- 1st Class Honours

- Algebra
- Simple Math

- Calculus
- Trigonometry
- Ms Excel
- Smartboards and tablets
- Math Editor
- SPSS

- Logical thinking
- Communication
- Flexibility
- Time management
- Friendliness
- Leadership

Professional Teaching Knowledge (PTK) exam – 2017

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