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Research into gaps in Art Education and how to fill them.

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by minacha, Aug 8, 2019.

  1. minacha

    minacha New commenter

    I am an experienced art educator who is interested in contributing to the overall development of the Art and Design Curriculum in schools and colleges.
    As an independent practitioner who has taught in the compulsory, further and higher education sectors in the UK and abroad I would like to offer short bespoke courses to tutors, teachers and/or students in these areas of study -
    • Critical and Contextual Studies
    • History of Art
    • Responses to essay questions/ exam questions, journals and dissertations linked to the above.
    I'm interested in knowing from those of you who work in Art & Design Departments in Schools, Colleges of Further and Higher Education Institutions what gaps in your provision I could fill?

    Dr M. Camino
     

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