Use techniques such as knitting, weaving, painting, drawing, and sculpting.
Develop creative ideas or new methods to help students make art.
Create sketches, templates, or models to guide student’s work.
Select which materials to use on the basis of color, texture, strength, and other qualities.
Shape, join, or cut materials for a final product.
Use visual techniques, such as composition, color, space, and/or perspective to produce desired artistic effects.
Develop portfolios highlighting students’ artistic styles to showcase their abilities.
Plan individual lesson plans and overall schemes of work for students.
Communicate and build rapport with parents and students in class.
Monitor the progress of students so that their needs can be identified and lessons can be adjusted accordingly.
Develop networks and collaborations with others working in art education.
Arrange a series of display opportunities for students to show their artwork to peers, school staff, and relatives.
Expand own artistic experience by becoming familiar with the type of art students enjoy.
Become familiar with other artistic styles by developing and expanding existing skills.
Ensure adherents to excellent teaching standards.
Qualifications, Experiences and Skills:
Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art, a minimum of 3 years teaching experience in Fine Art.
High standards of professionalism and professional ethics.
Recognition of the diversity in cultures and nationalities within the school.
Open-mindedness and willingness to try new directions and be flexible.
Excellent self-management and organizational skills.
Patience, perseverance and excellent communication skills – a lot of time will be spent with a range of students at different artistic levels, as well as with their parents.
Enjoy working with children in a fun and safe environment.
Ability to prioritize workloads and to inspire children and adults with an enthusiasm for learning.
Good team-player attitude with a strong ability to communicate with a diverse teaching and administrative staff.
About Future Leadership Academy
The Future Leadership Academy at Blue Bay, also known as FLA, is a full-time, non-profit school, for students from ages 3-18. It is committed to integrating top-tier educational resources from around the world, optimizing educational ecology, and cultivating elite students with international vision, outstanding personalities, and the ability to lead into the future. FLA has educational bases inside and outside China, including Boston, California, Dubai, Paris, Cologne, Johannesburg, Athens, Beijing, Hangzhou, and Zhoushan, providing a platform for different grades and teaching approaches.