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Carol Wild

MA Programme Lead at University of Warwick

Carol has worked across all phases of education as an artist, teacher, mentor, and researcher. She has led postgraduate programmes in education for many years, designing creative CPD for busy teachers and supporting individuals and groups in developing creative research projects in their school communities. She is a passionate advocate for the arts in education and for the role of the subject specialist as an expert in their discipline. She currently leads the MA Professional Education within the Centre for Teacher Education at the University of Warwick. Carol’s research interests include the classroom as an aesthetic phenomenon, speculative and arts-based research methods in education, the histories of the arts and education, neoliberalism and art education and feminist models for creative pedagogy 

Carol Wild's contributions

Arts Education Research Re-drawn

Online registration for this event has now closed, please email to register. Link to event recording #BERA_ArtsEd Online event – pre-registration essential The COVID-19...

Past event23 Oct 2020

Arts Education Research Re-drawn

The COVID-19 lockdown has highlighted the importance of the arts in providing social cohesion and wellbeing. From videos of socially distanced singing on balconies to painted NHS rainbows in...

Video23 Oct 2020