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This workshop session will actively and critically explore the pedagogical concepts of the work shown in the exhibition. It will reverse engineer the information given to us in the show and attempt to put into practice what in being proposed by the works on display. This workshop session will actively and critically explore the pedagogical concepts of the work shown in the exhibition. It will reverse engineer the information given to us in the show and attempt to put into practice what in being proposed by the works on display.

http://events.arts.ac.uk/event/2016/11/18/Enquiry-of-Practice-Reverse-Engineering-Pedagogy-open-to-Staff-and-Students-/

18 Nov 2016

12.30pm to 3pm

This workshop session will actively and critically explore the pedagogical concepts of the work shown in the exhibition. It will reverse engineer the information given to us in the show and attempt to put into practice what in being proposed by the works on display.This will be a highly interactive workshop.

Who should attend?
This event is for anyone at UAL who is interested in the design of teaching and learning, whether student or staff.

What is Practices of Enquiry?
Practices of Enquiry is a two-year institutional enhancement project, exploring how we create the conditions for enquiry to flourish within our ‘creative, curious, critical curricula’ (Learning Teaching and Enhancement Strategy 2015-2022).

Since summer 2016 a team of students and graduates has been collaborating with teaching staff on a research project, creating case studies of excellent enquiry-based teaching practice across UAL. These case studies have been translated into a series of artefacts that attempt to visualize the teaching practice, whilst provoking reflection on the process of teaching in the arts. These artefacts have been curated into UAL’s first exhibition of teaching.

This event will take place within the exhibition space, and forms part of the associated programme of staff development, co-ordinated by the Teaching and Learning Exchange.

Facilitator
Dr Mark Ingham, Acting Programme Director for Spatial Communication, Contextual & Theoretical Studies in the School of Design, London College of Communication

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