I had been a credential candidate for HS social studies and went through student teaching (2 times)- and failed them both - due to classroom management struggles I figured I wasn't cut out to teach high school history when my first MT and my program supervisor (after the 2nd time) both said that I would be better suited to teaching at a higher level - community college. Plus I had terrible anxiety and insomnia during my student teaching stints - maybe that just wasn't going to be. So I am looking to community college teaching, in political science, business, and history. My question is, would listing my student teaching experience on my resume/CV for community colleges be a good thing? Or should I hide that? And also, should I list my education courses? In terms of teaching experience, I have subbing experience at all the K-12 levels (3 years' worth), and I have done some seminars/traning for community groups for adults, as well as presentations at industry conferences. Note - I have a MBA - marketing/finance from a top tier program and a MA in Asian Studies/international economics from a reputable international studies program, so in terms of education and credentials I can meet that. I have extensive international experience in business - including 10+ years, so I can play to practical experience. Your feedback is most welcome!