Lost & Found: pedagogies, past, present and emergent at UAL 1975-2015

Ancient greeks

02 Mar 2016

3.30pm to 6pm

You are invited to join the Teaching & Learning Exchange to discuss findings from the interim report for the UAL research project exploring learning and teaching at UAL and its constituent colleges over the last 40 years.  Led by Nick Addison with the support of Caterina Nirta and Maria Georgaki this research is one strand of a larger project on Institutional Memory documenting the history of the University of the Arts London.  

Three speakers, Kathryn Hearn, Neil Cummings and Trish Scott, have been invited to contribute to the event by discussing residual, dominant and emergent pedagogies as seen from their experience.

At this event Professor Susan Orr and Dr Alison James will be relaunching the UAL Pedagogic Research network and announcing the details of a new pedagogic research funding call.  

3.30        Registration and refreshments 
4.00        Susan Orr           Welcome, pedagogic research at UAL
4.10        Alison James      Pedagogic research network
4.20        Nick Addison       Introduction to Lost and Found

Kathryn Hearn: 'Material Practices'
Kathryn will examine the changes to learning with and through ceramics over the past thirty years.
Link to Biography

Neil Cummings: 'Disabled by Ethics'
Neil will give an account of the introduction of ethics into research at UAL, as an example of wider management practices in Art and Design pedagogy

Trish Scott: 'Challenging expertise: Learning in partnership'
Based on examples drawn from her own practice Trish Scott will discuss how dialogue and exchange can be used to reverse dominant pedagogical frames and generate new collaborative and hybrid forms of knowledge.

5.15        Round table
5.30        Drinks and further discussion

How do I book a place?
Please reserve your place using the booking form below.