I have been working on a brochure to bring to interview with me. Each fold has its own category- philosophy, education and skills, career experience, professional attributes and testimonials from students/parents. I wrote only two small paragraphs on each topic, but my boss ( at a learning center) told me I should use bullet points and pictures. I know principals do not have time to read everything that I want to say and I'll only have a few minutes to win them over. Do you think that these paragraphs are too long for a principal to read? Do I need something more exciting to catch their eye?? My teaching philosophy is deeply rooted in my goal for my students to have a love for learning. I want my students to know that learning does not just take place in the confines of the classroom, but also in their daily lives. I believe that students understand material in a deeper way when they are engaged in the learning process Working as a substitute teacher in ________ ISD, I learned the importance of proactively managing a classroom. An effective teacher must have a system in place to manage behavioral problems before they arise. I seek to manage my class rather than discipline. My management plan will create a positive learning environment. I don't care if you guys tear them up. I just need to know what I can do that is better. I have an interview with an outreach ministry that helps job seekers with resumes and cover letters. They are going to preview my brochure also, but just need a good rough draft to bring. Thanks! And if you have any ideas for something that adds more excitement to a brochure, please let me know! I saw a post about info graphs that people are using to add in their brochures. I need some great ideas!!