AMEM empowers students to merge artistic imagination with technical skills to express their passions through media production, fostering an active, student-centered learning community.
The Arts, Media, and Entertainment Magnet, AMEM:
The AMEM Pathway: A-G College/Career Preparatory Honors and AP Coursework.
- Production and Managerial Pathway
In collaboration with Performing Arts:
AMEM Pathway Learning Outcomes
“Learning the skills and knowledge for creating, refining, and sharing work in the Arts, Media, and Entertainment industry sector promotes teamwork, communication, creative thinking, and decision-making abilities—traits that are necessary to function successfully in the competitive and media-rich twenty-first century. Through the manipulation of sight, sound, and motion, those choosing a pathway from this sector reach out in unique ways to enhance the quality of life for those around them” (CTE Arts, Media, and Entertainment Standards).
AMEM program students will:
AMEM program students will:
- Integrate multiple sources of career information from diverse formats to make informed career decisions, solve problems, and manage personal career plans.
- Investigate, research, and produce projects and services using existing and emerging technology, accurately employing industry terminology and protocols at the career and college readiness level for communicating effectively in oral, written, and multimedia formats
- Conduct short and more sustained research to create alternative solutions to answer a question or solve a problem, using critical and creative thinking, logical reasoning, analysis, inquiry, and problem-solving techniques.
- Demonstrate health and safety procedures specific to the Arts, Media and Entertainment domain and sector workplace environment.
- Initiate, and participate in, a range of collaborations demonstrating behaviors that reflect personal and professional responsibility, flexibility, and respect within a workplace, educational, and community environment.
- Practice professional, ethical, and legal behavior, responding thoughtfully to diverse perspectives and resolving contradictions when possible, consistent with laws, regulations, and organizational norms.
- Work with peers to promote divergent and creative perspectives, effective leadership, group dynamics, team and individual decision-making, benefits of workforce diversity, and conflict resolution.
- Create and conduct a student-directed inquiry project through research to respond to a problem or sophisticated question.
- Contribute toward their community through a project that delved into research, community involvement, and benefited the community at large.
- Construct and create an artistic work through creative expression and innovation that contributes to the artistic discipline and cultural traditions in a new and innovative way.
Who We Are:
Heather Penrod, Program Coordinator, Teacher; English, Social Studies: Ed.D Educational Leadership, M.A. English, M.A. American Studies, B.A. English, National Board Certified: Social Studies, 2017 LAUSD Teacher of the Year
Titus Kim, Teacher; Biology, Chemistry: B.A. Environmental Analysis and Design, M.A. Divinity
Tom Park, Teacher; English: B.A. Anthropology
Gemma Yoo, Teacher; Math, Korean: B.A. Math, BCLAD in Korean
RESEDA HIGH SCHOOL
18230 KITTRIDGE STREET
RESEDA, CA 91335