An effective resume for Montessori teacher position must convey a sense of purpose while focusing on your previous achievements. The first section of resume generally states the purpose, whether it is in form of career goal or profile summary. The foremost section of the resume must communicate the position you seek along with the basic skills you offer.

Usage of a table or bullet points to demonstrate technical skills or core competencies gains a lot of popularity since it makes the competencies more highlighted and therefore more likely to catch the employer’s eye. Competencies or qualifications are followed by a section of professional experience which is basically meant to highlight your potential as a Montessori teacher, supported by your previous accomplishments in a similar role.


Montessori Teacher Resume Sample


Kate Mason

876 Stewart St ♦ Brooklyn, NY 76333 ☏ (003) 222-2010 ✉ kate @ email . com

Montessori Teacher

Summary: Passionate and result oriented early childhood teaching professional with 6 years of progressive experience in nurturing young minds. Proficient in implementing the Montessori curriculum effectively while fostering social relations development and self care skills among children. Core competencies include:

• Maintenance of a facilitating environment
• Hands-on-activity designing
• Innovative instructional skills
• Technology integrated lesson designing

• Capable of developing and executing age specific thematic lessons
• Adept at incorporating activity based learning in subjects like mathematics, language and geography
• Well versed in conducting all sensorial and practical life exercises accurately
• Adept at using bead material effectively
• Skilled in developing activity based lessons targeting development of adequate social skills


Montessori Teacher | LePort School, Brooklyn, NY | 02/2011 – Present

• Lead a team of three Montessori directors in revising the existing curriculum with the goal of integrating 21st Century technology into daily lessons
•  Initiate puppet theater based teaching at the institute
• Carry out planned, activity based lessons
• Demonstrate various exercises and supervise the kids as they practice
• Maintain progress charts and communicate the child’s progress to parents during parent teacher meetings

Montessori Directress | Free Horizon Montessori, Brooklyn, NY | 09/2009 – 02/2011

• Reformulated time schedule, adjusting the time span for specific activities according to the specific age group allotted which enhanced over all progress of the group by 20%
• Devised and implemented innovative Montessori based activities related to subjects of geography and culture
• Maintained a stimulating classroom environment
• Weekly updated bulletin boards as per weekly themes
• Facilitated students in cognitive, psycho social and cultural development
• Utilized all age specific sensorial material effectively

• AMI Diploma Certificate (2010)
• CDA Course (2009)
• NY State Teaching License

BA, Early Childhood Education | State University, Brooklyn, NY | 2009