Information & Responsibilities
The School of Critical Studies at California Institute of the Arts welcomes proposals for credit-bearing, intermediate to advanced- level courses in EAP/arts-based ESP to be considered for the 2020-2021 academic year. Applicants must have credentials in TESOL, Applied Linguistics, CELTA, DELTA, or equivalent, with a master’s level or above preferred. A background in the visual or performing arts is also preferred because EAP/ESP courses serve students studying in the fields of Art, Theater, Dance, Music and Film/Video. Like all Critical Studies classes at CalArts, EAP/ESP courses promote innovative teaching strategies, methods of delivery, and assessment.
How to Apply
Please submit a CV and sample syllabus via http://apply.interfolio.com/72340
. In addition to this sample syllabus, applicants may also submit a list of other EAP/arts-based ESP course topics that they would be able to teach. This list should include a one to two sentence summary describing the topic and skill-area focus of each course.
Priority will be given to course proposals received by February 1, 2020. Please contact Allison Yasukawa, Director of English Language Learning, School of Critical Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Equity & Diversity
California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) seeks to employ faculty who can engage our diverse communities of learners at the highest levels of artistic endeavor and critical thinking. Across the range of practitioners from artists to scholars and librarians, we welcome candidates who possess a demonstrated worldview and cultural competency to support teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students of varied backgrounds, capabilities, perspectives, social identities and gender expressions. CalArts is an equal opportunity employer.
CalArts has a multidisciplinary approach to its studies of the arts
through six schools: Art, Critical Studies, Dance, Film/Video, Music and
Theater. CalArts encourages students to explore and recognize the
complexity of the many aspects of the arts. It is supported by a
distinguished faculty of practicing artists and provides its Bachelor
and Master of Fine Arts students with the hands-on training and exposure
necessary for an artist's growth. CalArts was founded in 1961 and
opened in 1969 as the first institution of higher learning in the United
States specifically for students interested in the pursuit of degrees
in all areas of visual and performing arts.