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Re: [teacherartexchange] interviewing questions


From: Anonymous (teacherartexchange_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Apr 15 2005 - 19:24:44 PDT

It would be helpful to have some sort of visual portfolio.
It should include examples of your art and work done by
your students. I would include at least one fully developed
lesson plan. You never know what sort of questions to prepare
for. Be ready to articulate your own personal beliefs about
the teaching of art, be it child centered, DBAE, etc. If you
are being interviewed by a building principal they may be
more concerned about discipline than curriculum. Hopefully
the district will have an art supervisor doing the interview.
        Good Luck, Woody Retired in Albuquerque

Anonymous wrote:
> I have been an art teacher for 20 years and I need some advice.
> I have not interviewed for a position since I started teaching but I
> have found myself in a situation where I may need to do so (long
> story). I am curious about what question I may encounter in today's
> interviewing session. ---

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