How to Write an Online Teacher Resume or Virtual Tutor Resume
There are many things to plan for when entering the virtual education career - you will need to write your resume, cover letter, LinkedIn profile that is focused on an online teaching job.
Targeting your resume and other job search documents means your e-learning teacher resume needs to include RELEVANT, TRANSFERABLE skills or core competencies, which would create keywords to ensure if you resume is put through the ATS Applicant Tracking System it would be selected. This is, if your resume writing skills are strong enough to know what correct keywords to include. In addition, you will need to include experiences and accomplishments that relate to teaching in the e-learning field.
First of all let's discuss what online teaching is and the required skills.
Exactly like a traditional teacher, an online teacher must be equipped with certain characteristics that set him/her apart from his/her competitors. To be truly great in her/his profession or professional life, he/she needs to be equipped with a certain set of skills along with additional knowledge of his/her field. A great online teacher is:
Skillful and proficient in his/her subject and pedagogic capabilities like a traditional teacher.
Highly skillful in IT skills including but not limited to the use of online messengers, online teaching tools, internet handling, search engine use, and learning management systems. In short, he/she must be skilled in the usage of both synchronous and asynchronous communication tools.
Highly communicative and vigilant in his/her online discipline while remaining at the other end of the terminal.
Keeps him/herself abreast of new technical skills and innovations often introduced to facilitate online teaching and mentoring.#Education #Elearning #Resumes #JobSearch #Teaching #Teachers #ResumeWriting
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