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VISUAL ARTS TEACHER - Kirby School in Santa Cruz

Kirby School in Santa Cruz seeks a Visual Arts teacher for middle school and high school for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. The candidate should possess a teaching credential in the field of Art and/or two-plus years of relevant teaching experience in the area of visual arts for the target grades.

Kirby offers small class sizes and a highly collaborative faculty. For more information about our academic program, mission, and philosophy, please visit

Interested and qualified candidates should email Mr. Joseph Poirot at Please attach a cover letter, current resume, at least two letters of reference, and 10-12 samples of student work.

Deadline: Monday, February 26, 2018

Posted 1/29/18


Department of Art - California State University Northridge


Posted 12/4/17


Department of Art & Art History San José State University

SJSU’s Department of Art & Art History is seeking supervisors for our phase II candidates in Spring 2018.  We need a pool of supervisors for the future and urgently need supervisors for Spring 2018 when we will have a large number of Phase II candidates.  This is a part-time position, and supervisors can be hired to work with from one to six candidates at a time.

The position description can be found here (listed as Art Education):

Qualifications: Master of Arts Degree in Art Education or equivalent degree; at least two years teaching art in K-12 public schools; holding or qualified to hold a California Single Subject Credential in Art…  The position(s) require thorough knowledge of single-subject credentialing requirements for elementary and secondary art teachers in the state of California; strong working knowledge of the California Visual and Performing Arts Framework and Content Standards and its application to the development of curriculum; and knowledge of the theoretical and practical constraints and possibilities of classroom teaching. The successful candidate(s) will have command of image making and visual exploration using traditional and electronic media as well as a demonstrated ability to collaborate with colleagues in a multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary environment.

Responsibilities: The on-site supervisor of single subject credential candidates in Art travels to school sites where each student teacher has been placed, ordinarily in Santa Clara or Santa Cruz counties. The supervisor will also be available for seminars and overview sessions held on the SJSU campus. Specific responsibilities include: 1) attend PACT (Performance Assessment for California Teachers) overview session; 2) participate in 2 supervisors’ meetings each semester; 3) observe and submit observation reports for each student teacher/intern a minimum of 6 times per semester; 4) guide student teachers regarding the timing of their PACT teaching events; 5) mediate and facilitate communication between student teachers and mentor teachers, including procedures to be followed regarding improvement plans and dismissal from placement; 6) submit Formative and Summative Evaluations to Subject Area Advisor; 9) attend supervisor/mentor teacher trainings or professional development workshops offered through the Single Subject Credential Program. Mileage costs for travel to the school sites are reimbursed by the Department of Teacher Education.

For further information:  Dr. Anne Simonson, Program Coordinator for Art Education,, Department of Art & Art History San José State University.

Posted 11/14/17


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