My teaching philosophy

Teaching can change the world and goes beyond classroom by equip student with 21Century skills such as Critical thinking, creativity, communication, ICT literacy, and life and career skills. In art education, students can develop all these skills, because through art learning they need to use variety of skills that they used in other subject area, and learn to think and act as artists, working creatively and intelligently, as well as develop the ability to communicate their understanding of the world around them.

As my great philosopher - Eisner “The arts' position in the school curriculum symbolizes to the young what adults believe is important”.

 I believe in learning through the art, therefor I am committed to opening young minds to art and providing students with skills that they can use to teach themselves and handle any situation in the future.

 Over the past ten years, I have the wonderful opportunity to instruct a diverse group of elementary, Middle, Secondary school, and as a result, I have developed highly effective teaching and instructional Methods concentrating on 21 Century Skills and Visual Literacy.


I am able to manage challenging behaviour effectively, conduct activities safely and communicate with people from diverse backgrounds. Further, I am very creative and enjoy sourcing materials that make Learning interesting. Most importantly, my ability to work well with others, motivate and inspire is a very significant contribution that I am confident I can bring to the course and into the classroom.

If you feel there is a mutual interest, I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you to learn more about your school and to discuss in greater detail why I feel I would be a good fit for the role."


 Eisner, E. (2002). The Arts and the Creation of Mind, Chapter 4, “What the Arts Teach and How It Shows” pp.70-92. Yale University Press.