Category Archives: Creative Education

Lunch and learn episode 9 – David Anderson

Engaging students as ‘creative problem causers’ In this episode, David Anderson, course leader of BA (Hons) Advertising at UCA Farnham, discusses why he positions his students as ‘creative problem causers’. David explains how his course prepares students to question everything, … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Education, How Students Learn, Podcasts, Student Centred Learning, Webinars | Leave a comment

HEA successes for UCA staff

  As some of you may be aware, UCA has its own HEA-accredited Professional Recognition scheme.  This enables UCA staff to achieve professional recognition either through an academic route of study via the PGCert or MA Creative Arts Education courses, … Continue reading

Posted in Art & Design Education, Creative Education, HEA Fellowship, Professional Development | 2 Comments

Day in the life of…Learning Support Co-ordinator

It’s a chilly but bright Friday morning in October. Since starting our newly-created roles as ‘Learning Support Coordinators’ here at Farnham, my small team and I have been busy getting our teeth stuck into all manner of projects with our … Continue reading

Posted in Creative Education, How Students Learn, Learning Support | 3 Comments

BME students’ experiences of UCA teaching and learning

A Learning and Teaching project, which engaged student co-researchers in capturing student experience for BME students across campuses, has recently produced its findings and recommendations. These are to be considered over the coming months with a view to developing inclusive … Continue reading

Posted in Art & Design Education, Creative Education | Leave a comment

Some UCA experiences of HEA recognition

 I was surprised at how much achievement I felt on gaining my qualification! It was a challenging journey which opened my eyes to a more reflective practice and allowed me to meet staff from different campuses and roles. I gained … Continue reading

Posted in Art & Design Education, Creative Education, HEA Fellowship, Professional Development | 1 Comment

How to create a culture for valuable learning

Educational visionary Sir Ken Robinson continues his quest to put creativity back at the heart of systems of education. At the recent Big Picture Learning conference called Big Bang, Sir Ken criticised the use of conformity and compliance in education … Continue reading

Posted in Art & Design Education, Creative Education, Curriculum Design, How Students Learn | Leave a comment