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The Art Teacher as an Instructional Leader
Characteristics of an Art Teacher Leader 3:19
Getting Involved in Your School 3:00
The Application of Instructional Leadership
Professional Growth Mindset 2:18
The Importance of Building Common Ground 4:00
Goal Setting 2:19
Engaging in Ongoing Professional Development
The Role of Professional Development and Leadership 3:23
Creating Professional Development for Others 3:12
Connecting Your Art Program with District Stakeholders
Connecting to Your School and School Board 3:06
Connecting to Your Department 3:29
Advocating within the Larger Community
Being a Community Presence 5:22
Engaging School and Community Leaders 3:37
Unlock Certificate: 5 Questions
2 PD Hours
1 Identify the art-specific skills that can help you in an educational leadership role.
2 Learn practical strategies for using leadership as an advocacy tool.
3 Gain advice for identifying relevant opportunities for professional leadership development and strategies to get funding.
Positioning yourself as an educational leader is a great way to advocate for your art program and help advance the profession of art education. But, how do you become a leader in the first place? In this PRO Pack, Nick Gehl, a former art teacher turned arts administrator, shares insider tips for finding and benefiting from professional leadership opportunities.
13. Professional Practice
A. Demonstrates reflective practice
B. Contributes to the school culture
C. Partners with other professional educators
14. Professional Learning
A. Values and participates in professional development opportunities
B. Develops professional goals and a personalized professional development plan to meet those goals
C. Values sharing learning with others
A. Supports art education access for all students
B. Creates exhibits of student work for community interaction
C. Values the arts and communicates their importance
High School Art Administrator and PRO Facilitator
Nick Gehl is currently the Department Chair of Fine Arts at Evanston Township High School in Illinois. He is interested in enhancing the student experience, staff development, and leadership in the arts. He holds a bachelors degree in Art Education and masters degree in Educational Leadership.