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1. Teach knowledge and skills in art, including drawing, painting, lettering, etc.
2. Demonstrate techniques in activities such as drawing and painting.
3. Understand the versatility of acrylic paints: dry brushing, staining, layering,etc.
4. Knows and can apply elements of design and modern principles of art.
5. Provide individual and small-group instruction to adapt the curriculum to the needs of students with
varying intellectual and artistic abilities, and to accommodate a variety of instructional activities.
6. Instruct students in proper care and use of tools and equipment.
7. Organize storage areas and control use of materials, equipment and tools to prevent loss or abuse, and to
minimize time required for distribution and collection.
8. Evaluate each student’s performance and growth in knowledge and prepare progress reports.
9. Select and requisition books, instructional materials, tools, instructional aids, and maintain required
inventory records.
10. Plan and present art displays and exhibitions designed to exhibit students’ work for the school.
11. Communicate and collaborates with school Social Workers on pupil progress.
12. Demonstrates effective teaching techniques as defined by ISBE and professional group standards consistent
with the needs and capabilities of the students in the classroom. Understands and demonstrates the principles of
growth development and student learning appropriate for this position. Understands the federal laws and
guidelines, state laws and regulations, as well a local rules and procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of disabilities
and can explain them in a way meaningful to parents and others who work with students.
13. Creates educational experiences that provide each student the opportunity to develop his/her potential in the areas
of: personal-social adjustment, decision-making, positive self-image, career education and other life skills.
14. Seeks appropriate in-service and professional development. Works within the policies and regulations of the
SPEED Governing Board and member school districts; Illinois public acts and regulations as described by the
Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and serviced by the South Cook ISC4; and applicable Federal laws,
regulations and guidelines applicable to the education of students.


  • Hold an Illinois Professional Educator License and appropriate subject matter endorsement
  • Demonstrate excellence in verbal and written communications.
  • Experience with collaborative groups and processes in a student-centered environment.
  • Other qualifications of academic, professional, and personal excellence as the Governing Board may specify.


$43,197 - $69,558/annually

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