Theatre Institute - Directing Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • The INST program student learning outcomes are grouped in three perspectives (Communication, Critical Thinking and Quantitative Reasoning) which form an overall performance assessment.
    • Communication - Demonstrate leadership and personal skills in the workplace
    • Communication - Display spatial awareness in individual and group settings in rehearsal and production
    • Communication - Employ well developed personal skills and an awareness of self in individual and group settings
    • Critical Thinking - Understand and identify with the content of the text as it applies to the physical realization of the performance
    • Critical Thinking - Investigate and problem solve in an individual and a collaborative team setting
    • Critical Thinking - Integrate the creative process of the direction into the production and design areas
    • Quantitative Reasoning - Understand the tools and technology required for theatre production and design as it interfaces with the direction
    • Quantitative Reasoning - Apply problem solving with the conceptual design in relationship to the performance area of the production
    • Quantitative Reasoning - Demonstrate understanding in lighting and sound design areas
    • Quantitative Reasoning - Understand and interpret the design areas into a realized form for the production in performance