The Gift of Teaching
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Teachers are some of the greatest people with whom we will ever cross paths. Hosts Zahra Hasanian and Brigitte Jia interview triple threat actor, producer, and coach, Natalie Mitchell about her evolution from working as a child actor in the movie Jack with Robin Williams to becoming an acting coach, producer, director, and founder of her own production company, Emergence Films. Her insights on teaching and the entertainment industry are grounded in values and empowerment.
Report of Music Magic, Seo Young Kim discusses how music fits as a unique type of strategy for teaching because it’s collaborative, offering the opportunity to express opinions and relate to the listener. First time reporter of Ode to Literature, Caitlin Sim shares a very point that not every book that teaches is a philosophical or a political book. Many fiction novels are more frequently read than “non-fiction” books. Several book are discussed including Mitch Albom’s book, Tuesdays with Morrie.
When one becomes a teacher, one learns from the students. The secret is to find a way to teach as a peer and become an equal.
BIO: Natalie Mitchell
Natalie Mitchell has a B.F.A. from the University of California at Santa
Barbara and an M.F.A. from the Graduate Acting Department at New
York University. She performed as leads at the S.T.C. (Shakespeare
Theater Company, D.C.), appeared in various National Commercials
like her controversial Subway Commercial which was talked about
on The Daily Show, The Huffington Post, Conversation Nation, and
Good Morning America, and she is currently the Host of Crime
Stoppers on CBS. Aside from acting, she has coached actors
internationally on how to prepare for an audition by preparing the
physical body using her yoga and Alexander training. In addition, she
is a producer and co-founder of Emergence Films, which is an all-
female production company that prides itself on producing films that
offer female roles that are multi-dimensional. Emergence has two
flagship films: Follow the River (a female western) and 30 Camels (a
film based on real life experiences while traveling through Morocco).
Natalie Mitchell resides in L.A. where she continues to work as an
actor, coach, and producer
Listen at Voice America Kids Network: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/100219/the-gift-of-teaching-and-coaching
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