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Certificate in Practice-as-Research for Teaching and Learning (Re-Run)

 

Testimonials from our colleagues:

 

“The PaR course helped me transform my personal experience as an artist to become useful resources for my teaching at the Academy.”

 

“This course is essential for teaching artists to better understand their role. All the essential elements are broken down and explained in a clear and fun way. The PaR element really helps to put artists’ minds in their correct context. The enquiring mind, which is related to the students’ learning processes.”

 

“Please do join! The opportunity to meet, share, gain insight or ideas from colleagues outside of your school or department is worth your while. There could be others with similar concepts and may be willing to do a joint project.”

 

CPAR re-runs its well-received professional development course for you to get firsthand experience in Practice-as-Research!

 

In this course you will design and implement Practice-as-Research projects that relate to your practices as a teaching artist. Every participant will develop their own PaR project by constructing a research design, documenting their work, analysing the documentation and considering ways to present the outcomes of their projects. The projects will build upon teaching performing and technical arts at the Academy, and be supported by workshop activities that stimulate reflections on topics related to the participants’ teaching and learning practices, including:

 

-   What it means to be a teaching artist

-   Designing and implementing curriculum for creative practice

-   Teaching styles, facilitation skills, modes of delivery and assessment practices for the arts and culture

 

Facilitators: Chan Yuk-Lan Phoebe & Lam Yin Krissy (Centre for Performing Arts Research)

 

Participants: Full-time academic staff members

 

Length: 8 workshop sessions (2.5 hours each) + 8 hours of online learning

 

Dates: 22, 29 Oct; 5, 12, 19, 26 Nov; 3, 10 Dec 2019 (Tuesdays)

 

Time: 1615 - 1845

 

Language: English, supplemented with Cantonese and Putonghua

 

Registration deadline: 16 October 2019

 

Register now!

 

 

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