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The University, however, will draw on its extensive network of local, regional and national employers to support you in finding a suitable placement to complement your chosen area of study. You will also benefit from support sessions delivered by Careers+ as well as advice and guidance from your School. All students can sign up to the online learning language platform for free through the Graduate+ scheme.

Training is provided through the network in order for artists to shape their work with the needs of schools in mind. We have an open submission policy for artists, curators and potential partners. We will consider all proposals and their fit with our curatorial ethos, its potential to align with our audience development objectives and artistic quality. We work in partnership to develop projects by providing assistance with fundraising, research and development and curatorial support and we will build long-term relationships with artists working with them in varied capacities over a period of time. New teachers as well as established practitioners can benefit from taking part, with the aim of the programme being to motivate educators to consider dynamic new practices and approaches to learning and teaching. The toolkit offers a framework that supports teachers to develop their own creativity and reflective practice, finding new ways of stimulating their learners’ imaginations through session plans that engage and inspire new perspectives on curriculum themes, topics or subjects.

Conducted over five years, this longitudinal study used design principles that built the capacity of the Dallas community to design and improve arts-rich programmes for children and youth. Examined the impact of the Guggenheim’s Learning Through Art programme on students’ ability to describe and interpret art, and to apply these skills to understanding written text. Culture Case-A UK resource identifying studies that describe the educational impact of engaging in arts and culture. It is set of fun and energising activities that support improvements in cognitive function, working memory and inhibitory control in the young people to benefit achievement, collaboration, confidence and engagement with and enjoyment of learning. Cathy is an artist, writer and academic whose work is concerned with how art can be created and distributed in collaborative partnerships and through the creation of commons. Her work seeks to understand the experience of contemporary conditions through social practice and is realised as digital video, print, installation, public art, publication,…

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This is a unique professional development opportunity at the intersection between art practice and educational theory. This programme will enhance your understanding of educational theory and practice by focusing on issues of culture, language and identity, and is taught by internationally-renowned experts. Cluster schools and MATs may wish to develop this into a shared Arts Festival; a bespoke provision for cohorts of schools creating inspiring opportunities for pupils’ to perform and for schools to engage their wider communities. The service involves planning, liaising with identified co-ordinators and cultural venues, providing expert tuition in the Creative and Performing Arts, developing a programme, managing logistics, hosting an art exhibition and running the event.

  • Tutors want to know that you can handle postgraduate study, so show them how your undergraduate experiences or work life has equipped you for a more advanced level of study.
  • Having moved with the Music Service from the Local Authority into Edsential, I am really excited to have been asked to review the cultural offer from our organisation, including the creative and performing arts in Edsential Residential Service.
  • This work was presented as my final project and exhibited as part of the end of year Masters degree show, Turn Out.
  • We are the leading voice for art, craft & design education across all sectors, all phases, throughout the UK and beyond.
  • The resources included are suitable for pupils of all abilities, and can be confidently delivered by specialist and non-specialist teachers a like.

ThisNFERevaluation compared progress in national assessments of young people who had attended Creative Partnerships activities, with a control group. The Arts and Education Practices course consists of two core modules ; two common core modules and an option module which you chose to undertake one in Stage One. You will independently identify and investigate your chosen line of enquiry to enable you to engage in practical hands on experience of a fabrication/production process. Students are required to submit a personal statement as part of their application for this course.

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We are constantly investing in our estate and are currently in the process of spending £340 million on new learning facilities. The study on this course is interdisciplinary in nature and encompasses both theory-led and practice-led study. You will require use of a laptop, and most students do prefer to have their own. However, you can borrow a laptop from the university or use one of our shared computer rooms.

Communication, but also translation and interpretation intended from a linguistic, visual, cultural, artistic and curatorial perspective, are crucial when working internationally with different communities. This module is for those students who aim at working and researching in a transcultural global environment more critically and effectively. Having moved with the Music Service from the Local Authority into Edsential, I am really excited to have been asked to review the cultural offer from our organisation, including the creative and performing arts in Edsential Residential Service. As designated Deputy Safeguarding Lead for Edsential as well as continuing my Advisory role, I am passionate about promoting engaging, safe activities for children and young people. This module aims to convey the alternative histories of art and design education from the fifteenth century to the present day. In the context of the relationship between arts practice, art educational practices and the influence of broad educational beliefs upon the nature of art education a number of narrative themes are introduced.

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