Presentation on theme: "Writing Your Experiential Resume for the Intern Principal Preparation Program Application February 10, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
1Writing Your Experiential Resume for the Intern Principal Preparation Program Application February 10, 2014
2Types of ResumesChronological Resume – sequence of events in time showing jobs held from most recent to least recentExperiential or Functional Resume – lists the experiences relevant to the job related to a possible interviewCombination – Elements of both the Chronological and Skills Resumes are included (Experiential Resume required by Broward)
3Resume BasicsFirst Impression – use appropriate format, spacing, aesthetically pleasingAlign to the CURRENT Florida Principal Leadership Standards (as of 2011) -be sure it is in the right place!Look at the BASA long form rubricsHonesty Is The Best PolicyMake Every Word CountLimit use of Professional Jargon and Acronyms – write as if the reader does not know your job
4More Resume Writing Tips . . . Be truthful and professional of what you’ve doneBalance Confidence With Humility – use “I”-what have “you” accomplished?-Sell yourselfUse Professional/Formal Writing Protocol
5More Resume Writing Tips . . . Use Current Terms And InitiativesAMO, College and Career Readiness, I-Observation, Marzano, etc….Include Data, Data, Data!!! – tie your role to the results/impact when possibleHighlight who it impacted – a grade level, department, schoolwide, etc.Your school data cannot stand alone – what did you do?
6More Resume Writing Tips . . . Use A Variety of Strong Verbs (Initiated, Organized, Analyzed, Created, Prioritized, etc)Have Someone Review Before SubmittingSpellingConsistent Font Style and SizeGrammarSpacingVerb tenseOmitted wordsEase of UnderstandingIn appropriate standard areaLinked to results
7Experience ExamplesEstablished a data collection system for RtI (Response To Intervention) to track student progress on a consistent basisCreated data chat schedules for all Seventh grade Reading classes which resulted in a 7& increase in Reading proficiencyAnalyzed fourth grade FCAT Reading data for strengths and weaknesses and determined strategies to utilize with staff
8Effective Experience Example Established a data collection system for ESE studentsEstablished a data collection system for ESE students in grades 6-8 to assist in identifying and scheduling students for pull-out Reading instruction leading to 65% of the ESE subgroup increasing in learning gains
9Effective Experience Example (which one is stronger?) Created and monitored all curriculum guides for college and career focus alignment for sixth grade math classes.Created and monitored all curriculum guides for college and career focus alignment for sixth grade math, which resulted in an increase of 6% proficiency in 6th grade FCAT Math scores.
10Effective Experience Example Analyzed tenth grade FCAT Math data for strengths and weaknessesDisaggregated tenth grade FCAT Math data for strengths and weaknesses and used results to assist classroom teachers with implementing appropriate remediation strategies and differentiating instruction