Category: Partnership learning communities

Scholarly Curriculum Development – Part 2

Reading Time – 2 mins I’m excited that our scholarly curriculum development work at Hereford College of Arts has now entered its second phase. Following a previous HE staff workshop we’re now entering a wider consultation phase which aims to gather ideas from staff and students around: Collaborative Modules What kinds of projects would support whole-college collaborations on the lines… Read more →

Arts education and the Scholarly Curriculum

3½ minute read “The innovative cities of the coming age will develop a creative union of technology, arts, and civics.” Sir Peter Hall   “technology alone is not enough—it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing.” Steve Jobs   As educators, if we are to develop ‘creative unions’… Read more →

Defining research at Mid-Cheshire Consortium

  It was lovely to be invited to present at the annual Mid-Cheshire Consortium’s conference last week, and to meet such an inspiring group of dedicated educators. The day began with an inspiring keynote by Lou Mycroft of @teachnorthern who looked for our revolutionary writers in the reframing of the practitioner as ‘philosopher of praxis’. Her revolutionary call to arms… Read more →

Creativity and collaboration at the AoC HE Research Conference

It’s lovely when a conference feels like an ‘ideas exchange’ and this was certainly the case with this year’s annual AoC HE Research Conference. From my perspective (and I couldn’t watch the whole conference) some shared themes emerged but, as always for College based Higher Education events it is the enthusiasm and passion for learning shared by all delegates that… Read more →