Activating Innovation and Creativity in Education Practice: Reimagining Space for Peer Learningseminar Mon 21 Jan 2019, 14:00 – 15:00
Seminar Room 9, The Forum
University of Exeter, Stocker Road
Exeter EX4 4SZ
- free entry - booking required
On Monday 21 January Nick Green, an artist who has worked in conjunction with the University of Exeter's Education Incubator, will be discussing the research methods, findings and conclusion to his study, Reimagining Space for Peer Learning. During the seminar, discussion and feedback on the research approach is encouraged.
In his own words....
"Initiated as part of the new Arts and Culture programme at the University of Exeter, 'Reimagining Space for Peer Learning’ was a project exploring the spaces on campus where educators have opportunities to learn from one-another about the act of educating. Questioning the environments where peer learning amongst academic staff currently takes place within the University of Exeter - its locality, materiality and relationships to the routines of teaching - the project established design principles to reimagine spaces which could afford educators more opportunities to innovate and develop ideas within their education practice."
All are invited to attend this free event but please book your place in advance.
Click here to register.
Part of the Education Incubator's new 'Innovating Education' seminar series.