Montessori Teacher Resume Sample [+Writing Guide]

Updated on: March 18, 2021
How to Write a Montessori Teacher Resume?

An effective resume for the Montessori teacher position must convey a sense of purpose while focusing on your previous achievements.

The first section of the resume generally states the purpose, whether it is in the form of a 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.

Related: Montessori Teacher Cover Letter

Sample Resume for Montessori Teacher Position

Kate Mason
876 Stewart St, Brooklyn, NY 76333
☏ (003) 222-2010
[email protected]

Montessori Teacher

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. 


  • 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 the development of adequate social skills


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


Montessori Teacher | 02/2014 – Present
LePort School, Brooklyn, NY 

  • 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 | 09/2009 – 02/2014
Free Horizon Montessori, Brooklyn, NY

  • Reformulated time schedule, adjusting the time span for specific activities according to the specific age group allotted which enhanced overall 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
  • Updated bulletin boards as per weekly themes
  • Facilitated students in cognitive, psychosocial, 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 

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