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The Macduffie School
Art Teacher was asked...4 June 2019

What were my skills and years of experience? What was my expected salary, when can I start

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Listed skills and more than 20 years experience in Arts/Dsign and teaching. Told them my last salary and was available as soon as they needed Less

Learning RX

She asked me what salary i wanted.

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I said $18.00 per hour for parttime. $38,000 a year for fulltime.

Why should we take the gamble in hiring you?

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I feel confident that I will be a strong contribution to your team.

Coppell ISD

How would you give students opportunities to show their artwork?

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By displaying artwork around school, on boards, in public places where the art can be seen. Also be finding competitions and community projects to work with. Less

Alliance College Ready Public Schools

Strategies of how to connect with students and their families.

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- Getting to know your students by creating the opportunity for them to share about themselves. -Create a newsletter/ update to connect with student's families- considering the language barrier. Less

MY Art Studio

How did you find this job?

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A facebook job posting

Nacogdoches ISD

How do you plan on reaching more difficult students who think they might not be good at art?

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The best thing about our is that you don't have to good at art to be an artist. I'm not the best Sketcher but I know I can use paint in different ways. You can take leaves from outside to make a collage. There's a million different ways to make art and it's all subjective so one thing will be good for them.and help them find a creative side they may not have known they had in them. Less

American Paradigm Schools

There were no surprise questions. They asked what you would expect but I would recommend being prepared to talk about classroom management style because this is a major area of focus at this school. They will ask you how you would handle disruptive students, what has worked well in the past and what techniques didn't work well. Also prepare to talk about a lesson plan that did not go well and what you learned about it and how you would improve it.

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I had a lot of experience beforehand so I just talked about real life experiences. I recommend rehearsing a few stories beforehand. Less

Q: What is your classroom management style?

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I want to provide a friendly classroom environment where the students feel inspired to create, know that their efforts will be noticed encouraged. The rules of the art room are clearly explained and monitored: the proper and consistent care of supplies and tools, the way to clean up after themselves, how to give a good critique of other's work. How to listen to instructions. Less

Richardson Independent School District

To explain the gap in my resume.

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My first career was raising my children, then I went into advertising, and after 9/11 sharing my skills with others became important. Less

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