Job Description for Creative Art Teachers
Creative Art teachers to work in Graceland Intentional school will instruct students in the basic principles of art and art history. Art instruction is included in the curriculum at many secondary schools. As a result, a creative art teacher may choose to specialize not only in the instruction of a particular age group, but also in art mediums such as paint, pencil, charcoal, pastels, and even photography. Art teachers supervise and assist students, grade artwork, encourage creativity, and teach techniques in a variety of mediums. Art history teachers spend much of their time focusing on didactic instruction, since art history courses primarily focus on the history of art through different eras.
|Education||Bachelor’s or master’s degree in fine arts or a related field|
|Job Duties||Supervise and assist students, grade artwork, encourage creativity|
Creative Art teachers who will work at Graceland International School, MUST be literate and well versed in creative arts. Must be Innovative and must also be a born-again Christian. Professional artists may be able to substitute extensive experience for a Master’s degree, but still may be required to complete some education training that may include classes such as child psychology, teaching methods, classroom management, and the foundations of education.
A masters degree in Creative Arts will be an added advantage.
Creative art teachers must be skilled in the following aspects:
- Knowledge of art history and different art genres in order to teach a range of art styles
- Ability to communicate concrete and abstract concepts to students
- Ability to spot and cultivate creativity
- Ability to Design, Draw, Conceptualize and Improve the school’s Creative art Department.