|Anna Clare Hunter
Senior Lecturer in Academic Development
University of Central Lancashire
About this conversation:
In this conversation we will be exploring the potential of collage making as a tool for academic development, and for teaching and learning more widely. Drawing on the work of Daphne Loads (2010; 2016; 2017) I will be discussing the importance of such arts based methods for connecting learners with their own perceptions, and enabling connections between individuals to enhance learning communities.
I will be describing my own experience of using collage in the first module of a PGCert Learning and Teaching and reflecting on how my understanding of the practice has developed through time and experience. I will also be identifying different ways in which collage can be used to support student learning and engagement, before widening the discussion to include arts-based strategies more broadly, considering their value for facilitating critical self reflection in learners.
Anna is a Senior Lecturer in Academic Development at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. She has a particular interest in arts-based methods as a tool for supporting the learning and teaching development of academics and draws on collage making, Lego, film, photography and storytelling as some of the strategies to implement this. Anna’s academic background is in English Literature and she actively seeks ways of integrating her subject expertise in narrative and storytelling as a tool for exploring personal experience, with her educational practice.
When: Wednesday 13th March 2019 12:00-13:00 (UK Time)
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