Creative pedagogies and partnerships across the arts and science
14 Jul 2016
The BERA Commission on Reviewing the potential and challenges of developing STEAM education through creative pedagogies for 21st learning: seminar series
4th SEMINAR – BERA RESEARCH COMMISSION: WARWICK EXTENDED DIALOGUES
This fourth extended conversation at Warwick will focus upon the potential of arts-based, creative pedagogies to foster inclusive, participatory and interdisciplinary learning in science and engineering (the commissions third key question) and the role of external partnerships.
The morning will focus upon STEAM from a schools and teacher perspective.
The afternoon session, as the concluding extended dialogue, will review ideas identified in the morning as priorities for future research.
Registration, tea / coffee and viewing STEAM project displays
Welcome and questions for the morning Jo Trowsdale
What is the appeal of arts-based, creative pedagogies in science, technology, or maths education?
What is the value of such practice?
What are the issues of working with external partners in doing so?
What are the challenges in developing such practice?
The CREATIONS Project Dr Lindsay Hetherington and Charlotte Slade
The Imagineerium Initiative Jane Hytch and Jo Trowsdale
The Get Wet Project Professor Pat Thomson and Dr Andrew Townsend
Shaping up your group responses; viewing others
Responses to emerging group responses Jocelyn Cunningham – a cultural / arts perspective Dr Rebecca Cain – an engineering perspective Dr Gaynor Sharp– a STEM education perspective Richard Machin – a schools’ perspective All contributors
LUNCH; Comments on group responses
Themes & Issues from the commission to date
Reviewing the themes from morning in different groups
Feedback from groups to the room
Final response from Commission Lead Laura Colucci-Gray