In sales, it is not the features that are purchased, it is the benefits of the product or service offered. In job searching, the same applies, you may be an expert teacher, but this is not why you are employed. It is because the skills you possess (features) make a contribution (benefit), you achieve things for your school or college. The "benefits" you deliver is the reason you are employed. When thinking about your teaching achievements and writing your CV, you should ask yourself the question '"who benefited from my work and how'?" Thereafter, when talking about yourself at interview, or when writing your teaching CV or Career Statement this can become "benefit laden". Using career functions in your CV can focus is on your varied management abilities.
Recommended: The best CV format to present is the Universal CV with maybe management career functions. You can download Universal CV templates above.