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Re: what goes on a teacher's resume?
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Robben1713
Mon, 26 Apr 1999 07:55:14 EDT
Good luck on your job search. I am going to be student teaching in the fall
and I am currently finishing my last Art Ed methods class. In this class we
are preparing an art ed teacher portfolio. This will be kept in a three
ring, extended cover binder with index dividers and clear protective top
loading sheets for each piece of paper.
The contents are as follows:
Table of Contents
• Art Education Philosophy
• Teaching Strategies
• Lesson Plans
six lesson plans/ preferably a unit plan with six lessons,
including art history, aesthetics, art criticism, art
making, NAEA standards that the l lessons meet
and examples of field testing of these lessons.
• Art Activities
(art activities that you have adapted from various sources
with photographs or color copies
of the art making activity)
School Arts Modified Art Activities
Multicultural Modified Art Activities
• Artist's Declaration
Slides of Artwork
• Awards, Citations, Honors, etc.
• Letters of Recommendation
This would be a portfolio that you would take on interviews or send to
serious job offerings.
You can also put together a smaller version to send to everyone that you were
planning on sending your resume.
I hope this helps