The role of the Drama Teacher is essentially to build and maintain a successful Drama program within the school by providing an educational atmosphere conductive to learning and developing through the process of inquiry and in conjunction with the International Baccalaureate PYP program. The drama teacher needs to have knowledge and experience in a variety of drama techniques, approaches and concepts and is comfortable teaching a variety of kindergarten age students. The drama teacher will be expected to be actively involved in school productions.
- To teach drama classes as required for all year groups
- To plan unit lessons and curriculum through collaboration, planning, and teaching, the PYP framework of concepts within contexts, and inquiry-based learning that is balanced with specific skills of ‘how to learn’, leading learning towards the IB vision and the aims of individual subject areas
- To work and collaborate with grade teachers to enrich curriculum and student learning
- To differentiate and target learning to students’ needs and aptitude levels
- To be culturally and linguistically responsive and proactive
- Discusses and demonstrates vocal and body expression to teach acting styles, character development, and personality projection.
- To facilitate and encourage a learning experience, which provides students with the opportunity to achieve their individual potential
- To contribute to raising standards of student attainment and achievement
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