Transcript: Resume Basics For Teacher Education Candidates Bullet Points are the of a Resume! Enhancing Bullet Points Using the STAR Method Getting Started Paints a picture of who you are and the skills you bring to a future employer Brings your experience to life with descriptive examples Why do strong bullet points matter? Showcases effective teaching skills and strategies that may be used in a classroom Provides enough information that the reader wants to learn more about you in an interview Showcases accomplishments and is results driven - sets you apart from other candidates How to get started Start by brainstorming. Visualize yourself back in the situation where you gained the experience. Start from the beginning, thinking about what you are doing (task/responsibility). Write in paragraph form or in a list. Ask yourself: What is the main role or type of responsibility you are completing in the situation you are in? Who you are doing this with (collaborating) or for (supporting)? What skills are you using (soft skills/strategies/technology) Why are you doing this (outcome/benefit to another person or organization). STAR Method S SITUATION STAR Method What situation were you responsible for? Select an action verb to represent it. (Teach, Facilitate, Implement, Assess) T TASK What specific task or accomplishment did you do? (teaching lesson plan, managing classroom behavior, administering a test, grading assignments, etc.) A ACTION How did you perform the task? What strategies, tools, software...did you use? R RESULT What happened as a result of your action? What was the benefit or outcome? Examples Situation Result Action Task What was the outcome of the action? How did you do complete the task? Provide examples. What did you do? Start with an action verb. to build effective confidence and improve speaking skills through team building activities such as 30-second speeches Teach leadership skills to middle school children After school program resulting in improved comprehension and higher overall grade using district curriculum and online resources Tutor algebra to high school student Tutoring program to ensure all activities were completed and children learned routine following daily schedule Supervise children ages 2 and 5 Babysitting to meet learning objectives and improve literacy skills Field experience using reading prompts from assigned book Facilitate small group discussions Situation Result Action Task What was the outcome of the action? How did you do complete the task? Provide examples. What did you do? Start with an action verb. to build on natural talent and increase self esteem through organizing practices, scrimmages, and games Coached youth basketball team Coaching raising over $10,000 for local humane society. increasing participation by 50% from previous year Organized annual color run Fund Raising Event to focus on student achievement and guide learning by analyzing exit ticket data Created individual student learning plans Assessment creating an environment that promotes learning Classroom Management through implementing classroom management strategies Manage classroom behavior Practice Activity Select bullet point from one partner's resume Work together to go through the STAR Method Re-write bullet to enhance Repeat with other partner's resume
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Transcript: By clicking a bullet or number in an automatically recognized bullet or numbered list, you select the entire list. Click a bullet or number in the list that you want to change. To change the list back click either... The End Converting bullet points to numbers and vice versa Numbers Bullets One the home tab, in the paragraph group click bullets or numbers. Step One Or... Step Two
Transcript: Rose of Sharon is Mrs. Joad's young daughter who is pregnant throughout their book and all the way to California. She is focused on caring for her baby and making sure it is happy. It is born dead, but it and the pregnancy symbolize several things in the course of the story. The turtle's struggle to cross the highway represent the Joad family's struggles to cross the U.S. to get to California. The road is an obstacle for the turtle much like it is for the Joads. The turtle's setbacks (Tom, getting hit) represents the Joads many obstacles that keep reappearing on their trip to California. When Tom lets it go after carrying it for miles, it turns around and heads right back on its path. This represents the Joad family's resilience and determination to survive and get to a better place. The Road The Turtle The Grapes of Wrath The road (Route 66) is the setting of the story. It is the basis of the Joads' journey and something that is always there. Without the road, they would not have hope for a prosperous future. Rose of Sharon & Pregnancy The story of the Joad family can be represented through the turtle, pregnancy, and the road. When the three are mashed together you end up with perseverance, determination, and a small sense of hope despite the continues knock downs they receive. They are constantly showing the qualities demonstrated by the three in their jorney to reach a better life in California. In the beginning of the story, a turtle is crossing the road when it is hit by a truck and is knocked off his path. However, it just gets up and continues to plod along. When Tom lets it go after carrying it for miles, it still is not discouraged; it keeps plodding along where it intended to go. By Ryan Quick, Sam Garrison and Gabe Bellavita The Story Rose of Sharon & Pregnancy The Turtle Rose of Sharon's pregnancy represents the hope that the Joad family holds throughout the story. They keep hoping they will find happiness and prosper in California, just as Rose of Sharon keeps hoping she will have a healthy baby. The baby being born dead represents the way that the Joads' hopes and dreams were crushed, one after another. The Joad's journey across the nation takes place on a Route 66 between Oklahoma and California. They pack everything they can onto a small truck and set out in hopes to find new life in California. The road drags on for hundreds of miles and is the only path for the Joads to take. The Road The Joad family travels across the U.S.A. with their good friend, Jim Casy After being driven out of Oklahoma by the bank, they set out on the long dusty road to California.
Transcript: BULLET POINTS 2-5 bullet point rule, 3-4 is safe An artist who has traveled the world but never had a job What about someone who has little/no work experience Start with action verbs A Few Reminders No periods Improve Implemented Established Guided Enhance Expanded Only job has been working at an ice cream shop Let’s talk Efficiency WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU? Changing words = Results Decided 1 2 3 4 5 What kinds of questions could an employer ask from this bullet point Decreased Corresponded Managed What did you do, how did you do it, and what impact did you have Decrease compelling content Generated Quantitative information Attained Educated Assisted Collaborated Reviewed Assembled Rarely 2 lines long Increased Taught Invented “H” chart Designed Avoid fluff and obvious thesaurus searches Implemented proposal to increase hospital volunteering by 10%+ Ensured Increase Evaluated Bullet points are headlines for interviews Created
Transcript: Bullet p Simple lists The simple list format should be used to put lists of words/fragments of sentences into bullet points. When using this format, each point should start in lower case (unless a proper noun is being used) and the final point should end in a full stop. There are two options for introducing simple lists. Sentence/paragraph lists The sentence/paragraph list format should be used to put full sentences or paragraphs into bullet points. When full sentences are put into bullets, normal grammar rules for prose should be followed. In particular, and in contrast to simple lists, each sentence in the list should begin with a capital letter and end with a full stop. The introductory statement for a sentence/paragraph list should always be a grammatically complete sentence, ending in a colon. Option 2 If the introductory statement does not form a grammatically complete sentence, a colon should not be used. As part of its Red 100 Plan, Vodafone offers 100MB UK Internet 100 voice minutes unlimited texts ints As shown in the following examples, some operators impose more complicated or creative limitations: • T-Mobile UK restricts its unlimited texts so that users can only send messages to 200 different numbers per month. • In Spain, some of Telefonica's unlimited call packages only apply between 13:00 and 21:00. Option 1 If the introductory statement constitutes a grammatically complete sentence, a colon should be used. Instead, telcos should choose tools from the following options: • the open innovation toolkit • supply chain management • the open source community. This format should always be used after introductory phrases such as "as follows" and "the following."
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