The Pedagogic Research Hub Presents:
Methods in our Madness: Effective Methodologies for Pedagogic Research in the Creative Arts
Date: Wednesday June 12, 2013
Time: 17:30 – 19:00
Location: RHS East Space, London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes St, London
Building on the argument that art and design lecturers have particular sets of skills, knowledges and practices that make them excellent pedagogic researchers (Susan Orr, Pedagogic Research Hub lecture, April 2013) the LCF Pedagogic Research Hub is hosting a discussion of effective research methodologies for creative arts contexts. Panel speakers Nicholas Addison and Hilaire Graham (CLTAD) Katrine Hjelde (Chelsea) and chair Alison James (LCF) will share experiences of conducting research either from a disciplinary point of view (e.g. Fine Art and Architecture) or an educational theme (inclusivity, NSS, curriculum design, PPD etc); their contributions will be followed by an open discussion with the audience.
All are welcome to come along, listen and contribute. Please RSVP to Alison James.
Visitors that have a physical disability which may affect their mobility are asked to contact us in advance to discuss their access needs. Information about the building can be found on the ‘Locations’ area of our website, please note that not all areas of JPS are accessible. The event space at John Princes Street is accessed via one flight of stairs. Visitors who will need support to enter or exit the building are asked to make themselves known to the LCF Events team when booking.