Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Academic Program Planning

UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

Drama (BFA) Theatre Education

The BFA degree in Theatre Education prepares qualified undergraduates to become effective professional theatre educators at the elementary (K-5), middle school (6-8), and secondary (9-12) levels. The program has two primary goals: first, to establish in students a solid foundation in all areas of specialization in Theatre Arts; and second, to prepare competent, highly qualified, and dedicated teachers through study of professional education, identification of best practices in Theatre Education, development of a personal teaching philosophy, and active engagement in the K-12 school environment.

Learning Outcomes

Theatre-based Content Knowledge
Graduating students know the content they teach. They demonstrate breadth and depth of understanding and application of content knowledge in theatre arts.

Pedagogy in the Theatre Classroom - Planning and Reflective Practice
Graduating students demonstrate effective design of classroom instruction based on research-verified practice.

Professional Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions in the Theatre Classroom
Graduating students demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills, and dispositions within clinical practice.

Positive Impact on Student Learning
Graduating students synthesize leadership and collaboration into a K-12 classroom, creating an impact to student learning through methodical planning, instruction, and assessment.

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