Develop your students’ context and critical research skills with Tate
Discover ways to develop your students’ critical research skills in order to support their progression at this one-day CPD event from UAL and Tate.
Set within the distinctive context of either Tate Modern or Tate Britain, you will benefit from the expertise of established artist and Fine Art Programme Leader at Central Saint Martins, Alex Schady and Associate Dean of Camberwell College of Art and Senior Moderator for UAL Awarding Body, Amanda Jenkins.
- Understanding of how to make the most of the gallery as an alternative learning environment
- Insight into how specific assessment requirements around the development of students’ critical research skills can be met
- Activities designed to promote a deeper understanding of how artists practice
- Ways to apply the exploration of artworks within the gallery to support student learning
- Strategies to improve student engagement by embracing the unexpected, experimentation and discovery
- How to reflect on your own learning, apply your findings in your teaching, and measure impact.
Who should attend?
Ideal for those who teach art and design qualifications at the following levels:
- AS Level
- A Level
- UAL Awarding Body (Levels 1-3)
|Friday 14 October 2016||1 day||£250||Tate Britain, London|
|Friday 24 February 2017||1 day||£250||Tate Modern, London|
About the facilitators
Learn more about Amanda and Alex, two of our excellent facilitators.
Amanda Jenkins trained and practiced graphics and illustration before going into teaching. She taught at a number of schools and Sixth Form colleges and was an Edexcel A level moderator for several years before joining UAL as Foundation Pathway Leader for Communication in 2007.
Amanda has worked for UAL Awarding Body as a Senior Moderator for levels 2-4 Art & Design since its launch. In 2011 she became the first Programme Director of the new Camberwell/Chelsea/Wimbledon (CCW) Progression Centre, where she led the delivery of one of UAL Awarding Body’s largest Level 4 Foundation courses, before taking up her current post as Associate Dean at Camberwell College of Art in 2013.
Alex gained an MA from Middlesex University (Fine Art) in 1996 and is currently Fine Art Programme Leader at Central Saint Martins.
He is co-founder of Five Years Gallery (a collaborative artists’ project), and in parallel to his own practice has worked collaboratively with Hadas Kedar since 2000. He has also worked closely with Tate Modern and Camden Arts Centre on a series of collaborative projects that explore the ethics and limits of collaboration when working with groups of school children and young adults. Recent projects include Rulers at Camden Arts Centre (2011), Misguided at Tate Modern (2012) Besame Mucho (2013) and Happy Birthday Abbie (2015) at Five Years Gallery.
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