1. Help students develop aesthetic awareness.2. Teach students to use the creative process.3. Guide students to search for innovative approaches to meet challenges4. Teach students about cultural innovations and influences on modern art and art theory5. Guide students to construct works of art using various media6. Teach students to express feelings and thoughts using words while considering a piece of art7. Bring enthusiasm to the classroom8. Help expose students to a broader social, cultural and historical context through art9. Provide opportunities for students to practice patience and perseverance through the creative process10. Enthusiastically participate in collaborative co-curricular and extracurricular teams; draw students into these projects11. Be ready to receiving teaching feedback and support from teaching partners and administration12. Support the mission and vision of the school district and school13. Proactively and reliably communicate with families about student progress14. Enthusiastically promote school culture and practices, as well as instructional strategies and student rules15. to write the term plans for different levels16. to make the assessment criteria17. to find the different making artworks according to the topics for different levels of the student18. to write the daily lesson plan for each class19. to make the lists of art supplies what we need for the different topics20. to plan the closing ceremony art show for every year
1. Knowledge of art history and different art genres in order to teach a range of art styles2. Ability to communicate concrete and abstract concepts to students3. Ability to spot and cultivate creativity4. Bachelors degree in any graduate/ better in Fine Arts or equivalent5. Initiative, communication skills, planning and organizing, patience and stress tolerance, adaptability, innovative6. Have strong skills in art of teaching, assessment and evaluation7. Help students document their process where relevant8. Must be have around one or two years experiences in teaching.9. Must be work in Nay Pyi Taw (near Oattara Thiri Myo Thit)
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Our HistoryShu Khinn Thar International College (formerly Horizon International School) has been a premier educational institution in Myanmar since 2000. Built on long years of experience, Shu Khinn Thar International College provides challenging college diploma programmes to students 16-19 years of age, focused on critical thinking skills and practical application of knowledge. The programmes prepare students for gaining confidence and experience to be successful in higher studies. One of our flagship programmes is the IB Diploma programme. We have been teaching this programme since 2010 and many of our diploma graduates have joined prestigious universities around the world.