Question by  worker6841 (27)

What should be included on a resume for an art teacher?

I am in the process of redoing my resume, I need tips on what to put on there.


Answer by  resumebuilder (63)

Be sure to mention both creative aspects of your experience, as well as teaching professionalism. If you are applying to work with younger students, express your enthusiasm for molding new talent. For older students, express interest in furthering creative expression.


Answer by  chrisjensd (703)

In addition to the usual employment history and facts, include any specific art courses taken, anywhere that your work may have been exhibited, membership on a art museum board or school art department. The most important thing to include is a small brochure with examples of your artwork.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

Include any actual experience you have in teaching. This could include working in a daycare with preschoolers, day-camp positions teaching arts and crafts, volunteering as an art teacher to the elderly with dementia - anything that demonstrates actual experience teaching with students of any age. There are many people with art degrees, it is experience teaching that'll set you apart.


Answer by  tcat (769)

I would discuss the areas of art that I work and have worked in. Consider the areas of art that you are good at, watercoloring, sculpture, or pottery for example. It gives them an idea that you are a hands on artist and have something to teach.

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