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Wed, 16 Nov

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Online workshop

Drawing to accelerate learning

Drawing is deeply connected with arts subjects for discovery, interpretation, ideation, experimentation, and evolution. This interactive workshop will provide a toolkit of drawing processes to activate and improve your learning.

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Drawing to accelerate learning
Drawing to accelerate learning

Time & Location

16 Nov 2022, 18:00 – 19:30

Online workshop

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About the Event

Drawing to accelerate learning

Date: 16 November 2022

Times: 10.00 | 14.00 | 18.00 - Please choose the time that suits you best

Duration: 90 minutes

Location: Online, Interactive workshop

What will I gain?

Drawing is deeply connected with arts subjects for discovery, interpretation, ideation, experimentation, and evolution. This interactive workshop will provide a toolkit of drawing processes to activate and improve your learning. We will draw together and explore applications to your practice and learning needs. You’ll get a drawing-for-learning handout at the end.

If you are unsettled by the invitation to draw, this workshop is for you! It’s nothing to do with producing ‘good drawings’ or being ‘artistic’. You do not need any drawing ability to be in this workshop, just an openness and interest in what drawing might offer for your learning.

We will:

  • Access the drawing zone through short fun exercises (remember, you don’t need to know how to draw!)
  • Learn how to calm our ‘learning gremlins’ (we all have them!),
  • Evaluate your learning journey through time-lining
  • Use drawing strategies to move forward a specific learning project of yours

What do I need to have?

  • A table or space to work in
  • A small stack of printer paper
  • Pens – biros of different colours
  • Your usual electronic devices (to type, take photos, record audio)
Dr Curie Scott: Education Consultant and Coach Biography

Dr Curie Scott is a researcher, educator, writer, coach, and artist. She brings theoretical and practitioner insights from twenty years in educational pedagogy. Her research interests encompass the co-construction of knowledge via making, visual research and embodied cognition in areas of complexity and uncertainty. She led an Education Masters programme and worked across university faculties inspiring teaching and learning excellence. Her specialism was creative and enactive learning approaches. Previously, she worked as a medical doctor in London teaching hospitals and then taught health professional students for 15 years. She won an interdisciplinary PhD scholarship on drawing for cognition and her commissioned book on Drawing within an Arts for Health series by Emerald is out now.

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