|JA No. : 3448
||@WY/Jem /티칭경력: 아래를 참조
| Marital Status
||My hobbies are mainly sport related, I have played football my whole life and been captain of many teams. I have also recently started enjoying martial arts as I like to challenge myself and try new things. I have been doing Jiu Jitsu for 3 months and hop
| Major subject
||Philosophy and Religious Studies
| Minor subject
| Information On Your College or University
||-Name : University of Kent
-Location : City(Canterbury) State(Kent) Country(UK)
| Teaching Certificate
(if you have)
| Degree You Have
4-Year BA/BS, MA/MS Doctorate
| Date Of Starting Work
| Desired Location
||Big City(Seoul, Busan, Daegu)
| Desired Pay Per Month
| Type Of Housing Desired
| Saturday Work
| Teaching Level Desired
Kindergarten, Elementary school, Middle School, High School
| Teaching Experience
||I have over 2 years experience in a school setting. I taught the English curriculum to a year 3 class (age 7 - 8) for one year. This included all lessons on the English curriculum from maths to grammar.
| Explain About Your Personality
|| I am an outgoing person who likes to challenge themselves and do things I have never done before. I am friendly and enjoy meeting new people from different walks of life from me and enjoy discussing different opinions.
| Cover Letter
|Dear Sir or Madam,
As a newly-qualified teacher with 2 years’ experience in a primary school setting, I feel I would be well-suited for the role of advertised, please find my CV attached.
As shown by my experience in schools, I am enthusiastic about education and always strive to do the best for my students. I can take on responsibility for learning and have experience of successfully managing a class. I also have the enthusiasm and determination to ensure that I make a success of this role.
Thank you for taking the time to consider this application and I look forward to hearing from you in future.
**이하 Resume(원본은 요청 시 제공)==================
I am a graduate of the University of Kent with a degree in Philosophy and Religious Studies, and recently completed a full time PGCE in primary education at Christ Church University. I am highly motivated, enthusiastic, with experience of working individually, and as part of a team in teaching roles and office environments. I have experience in dealing with a variety of age ranges and customers. I’m confident, keen to learn, as well as having excellent interpersonal skills I possess a 'can do' attitude and a willingness to take on essential tasks. I have shown on many occasions I can progress children in their learning through a variety of methods that suit all types of learners. My philosophy for teaching is based on technology integration, as I believe we live in a world where technology is becoming a part of our everyday lives more and more. So, it is important for children to learn how to use technology safely and effectively in school so they can understand the right ways to use it out of school. I hold a 120 hour TEFL online qualification from TEFL.org and I continue to show professional development wanting to progress in my own learning to become the best teacher I can be.
Effective Behaviour Management: By using a range of techniques including agreed ground rules, praise and reward and merit systems, I have maintained good classroom management throughout my teaching experiences.
St Stephens Primary School, Kent, Canterbury (Sep 2016 – July 2017)
I was responsible for 80% of the teaching in a year 3 primary class with 28 children of mixed ability. I have managed incidents of challenging behaviour from different children on multiple occasions, always using behaviour management techniques in line with the school’s policy. I have led and planned many lessons over a week period that showed considerable progress in the children’s learning. I have taught maths lessons that use mastery maths theories to maximise the fun aspect of a maths lesson alongside showing progress class in their learning through state assessment. Moreover, I have worked on multiple occasions with EAL/SEN children and continue to develop in this area of teaching more challenged children. I have also incorporated technology integration into as many lessons as possible so children know how to use computers in a safe way, allowing them to have fun whilst maximising their learning through interactive whiteboards and individual iPads.
I am faced with assessment daily for me to improve my teaching against the 8 teacher standards. I have always been told that I develop good relationships with the children balancing myself as someone they see as approachable alongside being respected as the teacher. I have managed to teach every subject on the curriculum and continue to progress as a teacher
Future Creative, National Citizen Service, Kent, Canterbury (Jun 2016 – Sep 2016)
I led a group of 15 teenagers aged between 16 and 17 towards gaining a certificate provided by the government showing that they worked in partnership with their community to raise money for a charity. Most of the teenagers were from troubled backgrounds and it was my job to create a harmonious team that could effectively come together as a group to raise money for a chosen charity. I dealt with many tricky situations professionally and guided each one of them to complete 60 hours of voluntary work for their community. I managed a team that rose over £1000 for a domestic abuse charity. I was an effective motivator when moral was low for the team when something didn’t go their way and used leadership skills to point them in the right direction for what they were trying to achieve. I believe I showed exceptional leadership skills to manage a group who were not that much younger than me by creating a mutual respect, and balancing my role between friend and mentor.
The Duke of York Royal Military School, Kent, Dover (Sep 2015 – Jan 2016)
My role was to observe the supervising teacher to learn as much as possible. I also delivered a full lesson in Religious Studies to a year 10 GCSE class on miracles as a proof of God. As the school was a military school I learned many things about our military history and how that was an ethos in the schools teaching policies. I could aid those that needed help and also taught small groups with gifted and talented pupils, showing progress in their ability to form formative arguments in essays.
Retail Sales Assistant
Carpo, 16 Piccadilly, London (May 2014 – Oct 2014)
I was a reliable, trustworthy and conscientious sales assistant in a luxury chocolate and nut shop who had to be able to multi -task, handle pressure, work as part of a team and most importantly inspire customers to make a purchase. For this I had to have extensive knowledge about each product to make decisions about which product is best for each customer, such as health reasons or personal taste.
Additionally, I could maintain lofty standards of display & visual merchandising to ensure the store is well presented, alongside handling copious amounts of money by using the till. I also had to unload and store products in the correct places in the warehouse, and pour drinks for customers.
Administrative Assistant / Sales Representative
YFR, Momentum Marketing, London/Belfast (Jun 2012 – Jun 2013)
My role was to support the office manager and colleagues, helping with smooth running of the office by answering calls, managing emails and diaries, greeting interviews and other general administrative duties.
• Creating and modifying documents using Microsoft Office.
• Updating, processing and filing of all documents
• Territory management to devise strategies for improvement
• Handling incoming / outgoing calls, correspondence and filing
• Collecting and proof reading sales forms from sales representatives
• Assisted with recruitment by searching CV libraries and passing them on to the manager
I also did sales where my role was to engage with members of the public face to face and sign up people to a monthly direct debit. Once I had exceeded my sales targets I went on to train and manage my own team of six, three of which also got promoted to team leadership, showing my ability to motivate and lead. After working in the London Angel office for six months I was promoted to go to Belfast and help set up a direct sales office from scratch with four colleagues, which is now one of the leading direct sales companies in Northern Ireland. I left because I wanted to go to university.
Fleecefield Primary School, London, Edmonton (Sep 2011 – July 2012)
I helped one day a week on a voluntary basis. I mainly aided in the top set maths group who were working at an exceeding level. I was also able to teach the top set maths group basic philosophy, opening their minds using logic and deduction methods. Dealing with questions and queries of those that were stuck was my main responsibility which I did effectively and efficiently by explaining things in a simple and understandable way so that the child could progress in their learning.
The University of Kent (2013 – 2016)
BA (Hons) 2:1 Philosophy and Religious Studies
City and Islington College (2010 – 2012)
A2 Religious Studies: B / A2 Philosophy: B / A2 Media Studies: C
The Gladys Aylward School (2005 – 2010)
11 GCSEs from A*- C including, English, Science, Maths, and 2 A*’s in ICT
Hobbies and Interests
My passions alongside teaching are sport related. I have always played in football teams all my life and captained teams to wins. I hope to incorporate my sporting knowledge into after school clubs where I would be able to coach and assist any school football teams, passing on my knowledge of the game. More recently I have become an avid fan of mixed martial arts and I am undergoing classes in Jiu Jitsu, I hope to learn enough so that I am able to teach the basics to young learners for self-defence and fitness.
Reference Available on request