Timeline:-Information Session at Yale School of Art: Tuesday, January 29th, 2019-Applications Due: February 25th, 2019-Interviews: Early March 2019- Announcement of Fellowship: April 1st, 2019-Teacher training: April 2019
Please submit here a 500-750 word statement of interest to teach one of the following courses. Please use the following as a guideline in expanding your description of one of the following courses. Your course proposal must be drawn from the following courses, and must maintain the same learning outcomes, academic standards, workload, and expectations as existing on-campus versions:
Art S111: Visual Thinking: An introduction to the language of visual expression, using studio projects to explore the fundamental principles of visual art.
Art S115: Basic Drawing: An introduction to drawing, emphasizing pictorial syntax and the articulation of space.
Art S130: Painting Basics :An introduction to basic painting issues, stressing a beginning command of the conventions of pictorial space and the language of color.
Art S138: Introduction to Digital Photography: Exploration of the transition of photographic processes and techniques into digital formats.
ART S167: Intro to Interactive Design: Interactive design explored through the development of projects that are based online.
Please indicate in the statement of purpose:– Previous teaching experience– Which of the above courses you would like to teach and specifically how would you frame it according to your teaching philosophy with practical measure. Also, please answer the question: Why do you want to teach this class?– Whether you have a valid driver’s license. Drivers without access to cars will be able to use cars provided by Dwight Hall at Yale, following completion of an online driver’s training course.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (YPEI) or email@example.com (YSOA).