Summer Theater Educator
Summer Theater Educator
University of California Los Angeles
Requisition Number: JPF06341
Geffen Academy educators approach teaching as an intellectual profession of the highest order, one in which knowledge is not only transmitted but is created. Geffen Academy educators possess a sophisticated and reflective understanding of their discipline and a record of achievement. This achievement demonstrates their ability to utilize and to contribute to the robust connections we have with UCLA, a world-class research institution. Educators' innovation is guided by our school's mission to prioritize proven educational practices while also recognizing that teaching is a complex endeavor that defies rigid codification. We are committed to a humane working environment and we also recognize that teaching goes beyond the life of the mind. Geffen Academy educators seek to create trusting and caring relationships with their students and with their larger community.
Under the direction of the Summer School Director at Geffen Academy at UCLA, the Educator will create this course of study, prepare materials, and deliver an excellent summer Theater enrichment course for the Geffen Academy's secondary school students. The Educator will teach two sections of a Theater enrichment course, one sections for students entering grades 6-8 and a second course for students entering grades 9-12. Each section will run for two for (2) hours long, over a three (3) week period. The courses will be taught in-person on Geffen Academy's campus. Educator should be prepared to also teach students who may be attending the class remotely via Zoom. For a list of Geffen Academy's COVID-19 safety precautions, please look at the link below.
- Consistent with Geffen Academy's goals, participate in the design and development of curricula that develops a performers mindset in students. This course should cover basic rules and techniques used in various styles of acting including, acting, directing, stage management, storytelling, improv, breathing techniques, and writing.
- Support students in a dynamic process of project planning and execution.
- Create opportunities for students to practice their work.
- Create a learning environment where students feel safe, welcome, and challenged
- Communicate information about student progress to relevant student services colleagues, including but not limited to department head, Dean of Students, academic advising and college guidance staff, Registrar, and counselor/psychologist.
- This list of duties is not exhaustive.
To apply, please visit: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF06341
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