Teaching Assistant Cover Letter Example

Have you ever thought about becoming a Teaching Assistant? You don’t need to have a degree or diploma to become a Teaching Assistant. You can get into Teaching by gaining work experience.

Teaching Assistant Cover Letter Example

Your Name

Your Address
Your City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone Number
Your Email

Date

Name
Title
School
Address
City, State, Zip Code

Dear Mr./Ms. Last _____,

I hope that you will consider my application for the teaching assistant position advertised in the Herald Newspaper. Middle school children bring a host of interesting challenges and I am well prepared to deal with all of them. This age group is very impressionable and they need to have an excellent learning environment in order to flourish. The teaching assistant can play a very important part in making that happen.

My qualifications should be evident from the enclosed resume. I have worked for more than 15 years in the middle school at XYZ School. My experiences include tutoring, organizing daily activities, and keeping students on task. XYZ School uses computer exercises to reinforce classroom learning, and I have been helpful with that also. I have also enjoyed working with a variety of teachers over the years and have done so with very little friction.

Thank you so much for considering my application as teaching assistant. I would welcome a phone call so that we might be able to set up an interview time. I am available most afternoons, and look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Signature

Cover Letter Examples

[catlist id=72]

Teaching Cover Letter Example

Name

Your Name
Your Address
Your City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone Number
Your Email

Date

Name
School
Address
City, State, Zip Code

Dear Mr./Ms. Last _____,

I am asking to be considered for the second grade teacher position in Smith School. I have just completed my student teaching experience in second grade at Jones School, an urban school in the heart of San Diego.

The children I was assigned to work with have certain development difficulties, including Asperger’s Syndrome and specific learning disabilities. It was a challenge to find ways to reach the children so that they would be engaged in the process of learning. With an excellent supervising teacher, I have learned many techniques that allow me to bring excitement, enthusiasm, and creativity into the classroom.

My summers have been spent at a day-care centre in the suburban area, again an excellent experience to learn about the development and learning abilities of children. I was able to help coordinate field trips and enrichment activities for the children. Many parents personally thanked me for the interest I showed in their children.

The position at Smith School would allow me to share my experience and continued drive to learn more. I believe I can add value to your current teaching staff, and provide an excellent classroom experience to the second graders at Jones. I would welcome a chance to interview for the position.

Sincerely,

Signature

Name

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.