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Guidelines for Writing a Philosophy of Art Teaching. What is a Philosophy of Teaching?. A philosophy of teaching is a p ersonal statement that clearly explains (1) why (2) how (3) what you teach or plan to teach. Hints. Remember your audience:

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what is a philosophy of teaching
What is a Philosophy of Teaching?

A philosophy of teaching is a personal statement that clearly explains

(1) why

(2) how

(3) what

you teach or plan to teach.

hints
Hints

Remember your audience:

  • Who will be reading your philosophy?
  • For what purpose will it be read?

Address the intended audience.

hints1
Hints
  • Avoid jargon
  • Get to the point
  • One page is plenty
  • Be concrete & give specific examples
  • Be art specific if seeking an art-teaching job
  • Use action verbs
more hints
More hints
  • Use a professional font
  • APA is the accepted style
  • Double space
  • A philosophy of teaching art is organic and should change as you change
brainstorm
Brainstorm
  • What are your objectives as an art teacher?
  • What are your objectives for your students?
  • What do you like best about teaching? About art teaching?
brainstorm1
Brainstorm
  • Describe your teaching style or methods (e.g., what learning theories do you use? How do you use them?
  • Describe a theme that runs through your teaching.
  • Why did you decide to become an art teacher?
  • Why is art or art teaching important to you?
brainstorm2
Brainstorm
  • What or who has influenced you to be an art teacher?
  • How will you improve in the future?
write it
Write it!

Paragraph 1

Make a clear and concise statement about your teaching objectives or why you want to teach.

Support your statement with at least two reasons.

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Paragraph 2

Describe something unique about your teaching style that will make you stand apart from other candidates.

Paragraph 3

Close with a few more hints about your teaching style.