Theatre Arts Education K-12
Students will demonstrate their ability to communicate effectively with diverse and inclusive teaching and learning communities by demonstrating EDIA (equity, diversity, inclusion, access) principles through curriculum design, delivery, and assessment along with examples of their self-reflective practices.
Students will demonstrate their ability to integrate dramatic strategies and skills into arts and non-arts based elementary and secondary educational environments while also providing equitable, diverse, inclusive and accessible instruction for students.
Professional Pedagogical Practices
Students will demonstrate professional pedagogical practices by creating, developing, and implementing diverse, inclusive and standards-based theatre curriculum into their classroom and professional communities.
Students will demonstrate their scholarly and artistic expertise by applying appropriate technology to curriculum, exhibiting a working knowledge of all major elements of theatre history, theory, and practice, and engaging with the great works of theatre and media.
Students demonstrate their ability to practice and articulate their ethics of theatre by applying gospel-centered values as they contribute to classrooms and individual learners, exercising moral reasoning when faced with ethical dilemmas in their classroom, school or district, and demonstrating a commitment to embracing inclusion, diversity and making a positive difference in their sphere of influence.
Basic Competence Level
EPP candidates will meet the Utah Effective Teaching Standards (UETS) at the basic competence level.