Exploring the Role of Emotions and Social Interactions in Art and Design Education
This CLIP CETL research project at the University of the Arts London was the result of a collaboration with Dr Noam Austerlitz, International Visiting Research Fellow.
Dr Austerlitz used a participatory action research approach to introduce the outcomes of his PhD research on the role of emotions in the design studio and to raise awareness of the role of emotions and social interactions in art and design pedagogy.
The primary assumption of the project was that students recognise the world around them as whole human beings, thus what is known as their educational experience is actually an accumulation of bodily sensations, intellectual interpretations and the affective domain whilst they are learning.
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Unspoken Interactions SymposiumThe project's outcomes were disseminated to a wider audience, beyond the immediate art and design context, to those who are working with students in practice based learning contexts through a Symposium, hosted by the CLIP CETL and the University of the Arts London.