Literature on Pedagogy

There are many definitions of pedagogy, but it can broadly be understood as ‘the study of the methods and activities of teaching’. Research into teaching covers a wide range of topics, so the categories and articles below are intended as a starting point to help you begin exploring the literature.

Designing and writing a course

Assessing and providing feedback on student work

Teaching from an inclusive perspective

  • Austerlitz, N., Blythman, M., Grove-White, A., Jones, B.A., Carol A., Morgan, S., Orr, S., Shreeve, A., Vaughan S. (2008) Mind the gap : expectations, ambiguity and pedagogy within art and design higher education. In Drew, L. (Ed.) The Student Experience in Art and Design Higher Education: Drivers for Change. Jill Rogers Associates Limited, Cambridge, pp. 125-148
  • Bhagat, D & O’Neill, P (2011) Inclusive Practices, Inclusive Pedagogies: Learning from Widening Participation Research in Art & Design Higher Education CHEAD/ Ukadia Croydon
  • Burke, P. and McManus, J. (2009) Art for a few: exclusion and misrecognition in art and design higher education admissions. London: National Arts Learning Network.
  • Grace, S. and Gravestock, P. (2009) Inclusion and diversity: meeting the needs of all students. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hunt, L. and Chalmers, D. (2013) University Teaching in Focus: A learning-centred approach. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • What equality law means for you as an education provider – further and higher education (2010) Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Learning in groups

Enhancing learning with technology

Understanding how learners learn in creative arts contexts

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