My Resume

PROFESSIONAL ​INFO​​

Visual Arts Teacher / IB MYP Educator / Supervisor / Advisor / Mentor / Coach / Growth-Mindset Champion

TEACHING EXPERIENCE​​

Nanjing International School

IB DP Visual Arts Teacher (Grades 11-12)

IB MYP Visual Arts Teacher (Grades 6-10)

IB MYP Interdisciplinary Inquiry Teacher (Grade 9)

Advisory Teacher (Grades 6-7, 10)

XBlock Mentor (Grades 6-8)

Extended Essay Supervisor (Grade 11)

Personal Project Advisor (Grade 10)

Table Tennis Assistant Coach

Taipei Fuhsing Private School

Primary Teacher (Grade 4)

Taipei American School

Substitute Teacher (Grades K-12)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2020

IB Online Workshop - DP Visual Arts (Category 2)

AQ Online Course: Adapting Curriculum for Second Language Learners (ETFO)

ABQ Online Course: General Social Sciences - Senior (OISE at University of Toronto)

 

2019

Learning 2 Conference participant at NIS

IB Workshop - MYP Arts (Category 2) participant at Chadwick International School, Korea

Responsive Classroom - Improving Teacher and Student Language Workshop participant at NIS

AQ Online Course: Student Assessment and Evaluation (OISE at University of Toronto)

AQ Online Course: Orientation to Teaching in Ontario (OISE at University of Toronto)

2018

Differentiated Instruction Workshop (Dr. Kathy Perez) participant at NIS

MYP Visual Arts Job-alike co-facilitator at NIS

MYP Interdisciplinary Unit Job-alike participant at NIS

First Aid Certification

CERTIFICATION

NYS Teaching Certification, USA                                             Ontario Certified Teacher, Canada

EDUCATION

Teachers College, Columbia University

Master of Arts, Art & Art Education

New York University

Master of Arts, Graphic Communications Management & Technology

University of Toronto

Bachelor of Arts, Art History & Employment Relations

“Within this conception of education I also place personal agency and cultural knowledge, for it is imperative that teachers take in hand their own on-going learning and research for through this that they remain alive and young people in schools are empowered to inherit the artistic accumulations of history.”

 

- Dr. Judith M. Burton

© 2020 Sandy Kuan.