I'm sure you've done the "google-search" of teacher resume examples to view inspirations. There are SO many opinions about what to include.
I really don't think there's one right answer. My first resume (right after student teaching) looks completely different than my current resume (now that I've had several years of experience). And each resume landed me multiple interviews (proving that principals value all sorts of resumes!)
Currently, my resume is only one page (that's important IMO), but I think that if you have room you should definitely include the items you mentioned. There's absolutely NOTHING wrong with including "professional organizations, service activities, student teaching, honors," and so on.
This is a glimpse of what mine looks like...
Dedicated, creative teacher seeking a classroom teaching position.
Summary of Qualifications
• Three years of fulltime teaching experience in grades K and 2 with the "Blank" District
• Student teaching experience in grade 5
• Highly Qualified to teach multiple subjects in grades K-6, based on Praxis II test & score
• Professional Teacher Certificate, grade levels K-8 (State of "Blank") valid until January 2014
• University Name, degree, date
Professional Teaching Experience
School Name, position, dates
Then I neatly wrote a list of things that I accomplished, such as:
• Coordinated “writing buddies” with an older class to create a setting where students could dictate short stories and sentences to older students for the purpose of seeing their words and ideas in print
• Facilitated the making and use of student-made books based on classroom and seasonal themes
• Always used positive reinforcement as a motivator for improving students’ conduct
• Led integrated graphing activities that allowed students to harmonize math with art and language arts
• Promoted and maintained regular and meaningful communications with parents via phone calls, conferences, progress reports, and weekly newsletters
(plus several others...) Please let me know if you'd like any other help.