Discussion in 'Job Seekers' started by luv2teach444, Sep 12, 2017.
Sep 12, 2017
I don't think that you should have bullet points in a cover letter. Those are better left for the resume. A cover letter should be a narrative that tells a story about who you are as a teacher. You want it to give the person reading it a visual image of who you would be if they hired you. Your cover letter should not list your qualifications and experiences. When I read your letter (or skimmed it, really, because that's what those hiring will do), it didn't help me to envision what your classroom would be like. You need to find a way to provide that visual image.
Separate names with a comma.