Drawing Teacher (part-time)
EHS seeks a dynamic drawing teacher whose responsibilities would include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Prepare and deliver curriculum, guiding students towards success with Drawing techniques and processes.
- Use a range of instructional techniques and media consistent with available resources, meeting students’ needs, interests, and progressing their capabilities.
- Expand students' use of individual and collaborative strategies to generate concepts and ideas.
- Incorporate new technologies and tools in the creative process.
- Teach students how to identify elements and techniques used to create concepts.
- Teach students to apply elements of design and modern principles of art.
- Instruct students in the proper use and maintenance of materials, equipment, and tools.
- Ensure the required standards of classroom management and student behavior are met.
- Monitor proper use and storage of materials, tools and equipment to ensure good housekeeping.
- Assist students with effective display and presentation of their works, including contest applications and preparations.
- Evaluate each student's performance on a continual basis, prepare progress reports when needed.
- Communicate with Studio Arts Coordinator and Department Chair on a regular basis. Communicate with students and families as necessary.
- Communicate with other visual arts faculty and be available when necessary.
- Teach 2 sections of Drawing in the Fall semester, and 2 sections in the Spring semester.
For all teaching positions, EHS seeks candidates with a strong educational background, a demonstrated commitment to working with young people and collaborating with colleagues, a desire for ongoing professional growth, and a willingness to participate in other areas of school life. The successful candidate will support the school’s mission in providing opportunities for each student to reach his or her maximum spiritual, intellectual, social, and ethical potential. EHS’s teaching philosophy emphasizes understanding and responding to the individual needs and capabilities of each student. As a laptop school, EHS also expects teachers to support its laptop program and be committed to using technology effectively and creatively to enhance student learning and facilitate course administration.
Interested candidates are asked to e-mail a letter, resume, and contact information of four professional references to Jay Berckley (Dean of Arts and Innovation) at firstname.lastname@example.org.