Tutor Resume Sample

Whether you are applying to work for a client directly or for a tutoring agency, a strong Tutor resume can present your best case for the position. Your resume should highlight not only your teaching experience but also any relevant skills or experience with the subject being taught. An ideal candidate will present compelling experience for both and will be well-situated to quickly find employment as a Tutor.

Gerald Robertson



Boston, MA(555) 817-2078Gerald.Robertson@email.com

Professional Summary

Experienced German Tutor seeks an opportunity to use extensive knowledge of German, along with proven teaching abilities, to help students excel in their German studies.

Skills

  • Education

  • Communication

  • Creativity

  • Problem-solving

  • Organization

Work History

  • Creating a curriculum at the start of the school year that allows for the teaching of all mandatory lessons and provides students with a thorough understanding of the language.

  • Assisting 5th-level students in preparation for AP testing to best prepare them to earn a score that is accepted for credit at their chosen higher education institution.

  • Building weekly lesson plans, including amending plans quickly to account for substitute teaching in the event of an unplanned sick or personal day.

  • Giving tests that allow students to demonstrate their written understanding of the German language through a mixture of multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank and open-ended questions.

  • Worked with students from surrounding school districts in order to avoid any conflict of interest in serving within the Hamilton school system.

  • Organized group sessions with up to six students and created group activities to help all students practice their German and improve their skills.

  • Held private tutoring sessions with students in need of additional attention.

  • Utilized a combination of games, group work and instruction to help students grasp the material in fun and fresh ways.

  • Distributed tests to students on exam days, collected completed tests, marked them according to a provided scoring key and sorted them for recording into the grading system.

  • Assisted with lessons, including teaching class on days when the Professor was unable to attend to avoid the need to cancel class.

  • Answered student questions to help them to achieve a more firm understanding of the subject material.

  • Worked with students to practice their oral presentations, including correcting points of emphasis and diction.

  • Distributed tests to students on exam days, collected completed tests, marked them according to a provided scoring key and sorted them for recording into the grading system.

  • Assisted with lessons, including teaching class on days when the Professor was unable to attend to avoid the need to cancel class.

  • Answered student questions to help them to achieve a more firm understanding of the subject material.

  • Worked with students to practice their oral presentations, including correcting points of emphasis and diction.

Education

Additional Information

  • Massachusetts Teacher Certification

  • German Scholars Stammtisch