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  • I Want to be an Art Teacher

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    to be an Art Teacher Have you ever been to a point in your life where there were to many decisions and not enough time? This is what happened to me in my senior year of high school. Throughout my teen years, I never discussed college with my family or did they with me. College for some reason was not on my agenda. Then I realized that I wanted to go to further my education. The reason I chose to go to college was that I am an artist, and felt that I needed to learn more about art techniques

  • My Art Teacher Essay

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    so many of my art teachers inspired me to follow my dreams. After hearing Taylor Mali’s poem, What Teachers Make, I knew that I wanted to be a teacher: I want to make a difference. Mali spoke with so much passion as he answered the age old question ‘what do teachers make.’ “I make parents see their children for who they are and who they can be,” this quote really moved me because I think in a lot of situations students’ talents are overlooked by their parents (Mali.) My art teachers always had their

  • My Career As An Art Teacher

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    In my current post, I am responsible for delivering high impact and quality Art lessons across the full secondary age range and Technology lessons to our Year 7 students. I am also a dedicated form teacher to a vertical tutor group and I play an active part in supporting my house team in a range of initiatives and activities. I currently hold a TLR as a Personal Wellbeing and Healthy Schools Co-Ordinator with the responsibility for supporting and managing three teams of staff to plan and deliver

  • My Mean Old Art Teacher

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    My Mean Old Art Teacher Mr. Arnold stands smugly by his classroom door between classes, with his arms proudly crossed over his chest as trails of students trample past his art room each day. Many of the passers-by recognize this man simply as "the scary art teacher." Those who have experienced Mr. Arnold's art class first-hand regard him otherwise. I had heard many stories about Mr. Arnold before entering his grueling class. "Most people don't like him," some warned me. Others commented,

  • Why Do I Want To Be An Art Teacher Essay

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    Fortune “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery” – Mark Van Doren I really enjoy being in an artistic setting, and helping others one on one. I’d like to use these traits in a career that enables me to use my skills and knowledge, while seeking employment which offers opportunities for growth. As an Art Teacher, I can incorporate what I enjoy doing most with teaching. This paper will explore the job description, requirements, and salary expectations for a High School Art Teacher. To begin

  • Art Teacher

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    make a great teacher.” This statement is what got me thinking about teaching for a career. We were at a 4-H meeting in fifth grade and my friends were clowning around. I told them to be quiet and pay attention. One of my friends told me I sounded just like a teacher. Then in middle school I started teaching my friends a few crafts and I helped a few people with drawings. Both of these instances and many other compliments given to me made me think about becoming an art teacher. When looking

  • Importance Of Art In Child Development

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    that have to be learned early on. However there are many things changing in the way children are educated, and one of those things has been the reducing of art related education. There is this idea that arts in education is not as important as the core classes such as, math science and English. Much research on the other hand, shows that arts are important in development in a wide range of areas like a child 's motor skills, confidence, expression, and even improves other academic areas. School

  • Learning Visible And Help Students

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    As noted by Rogers, the arts both make learning visible and help students to develop skills that help them construct meaning from the subject (Rogers, 2011). As a visual learner, I know that I need these opportunities to help make abstract subject matter real. When I work out math problems, I can best understand by visually represent the problem or by drawing a model. In Kindergarten, almost everything we do includes more than one of the arts or attempts to reach a variety of learning styles.

  • Pablo Picasso

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    Pablo Picasso, the creater of many famous works of art, is a man born on october 25th 1881, with two sisters Lola and Conchita. His sister Conchita at the age of 4 fatally died. When Pablo was 8 his interests in painting started to get him into actually painting. Since the artist had such talent he then at the age of 5 got drawing lessons in Malaga, and his father who is an art teacher supported that in every way. The artist took the distinctive name of his mother. He was an artistic prodigy, When

  • What is Art Integrating?

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    What is Art Integration? First, let us begin by defining what exactly art integration is. According to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, art integration can be defined as “an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through an art form. Students engage in a creative process which connects an art form and another subject area and meets evolving objectives in both” (Silverstein & Layne, 2010). With this definition, we know that art integration