Monday, 17 June 2013

Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education: Walking, Drawing & extending sites for learning

UWS Ayr Campus, Tuesday 18th June: a seminar organised as part of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas presenting the interim findings of a Creative Scotland funded project on Creativity in Initial Teacher Education, which has been developed by a cross-faculty group of staff at UWS.

WELCOME by Prof Henry Maitles, Head of School, School of Education.
Room GT25
Diarmuid McAuliffe (School of Education)
Graham Jeffery
(School of Creative and Cultural Industries)

Thinking Dangerously in Teacher Education? Walking, Drawing and Extending Sites for Learning:  an overview of the cross-faculty project which set out to address how creativity can be developed within emerging models of ITE and teachers’ CPD, designed to deliver the recommendation of the Teaching Scotland’s Future Report.
Room GT25
Dr Anne Pirrie (School of Education)
Ariadne’s thread: some reflections on extending sites for learning

Room GT25
Paul Kelly (University of the Highlands and Islands), John Ferry (Glasgow Museums) Paul Gorman (Visible Fictions)
their failures and successes and the implications for learning following a 5 day walk from Glasgow to Fort William  along the West Highland Way
Room GT25, Via Skype from Fort William
Parallel sessions

Louise Barrett (School of Education) and Dr David Manderson (School of Creative and Cultural Industries)

Richard Bracken (Room 13)
On Walking and Creative writing

Lines of Inquiry and Journeying: a Room 13 Approach
Room GT25

Claire Mackie

Sarah Wylie, Dr Philip Morris, Dr Fernando Leon-solis (School of Education) and Dr Gill Jamieson (School of Creative and Cultural Industries)
Joe Gallagher (East Ayrshire Council)

Using concept visualization in enabling support for learning

Using moving image to teach Modern Foreign Languages

Creative Connections and interdisciplinary learning
Room GT15
Prof Tim Ingold (University of Aberdeen)
On Walking, Drawing and Extending Sites for Learning
GT 25

GT 25
Close of Seminar


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