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25 march 2014 campus session 3 bapp arts

  1. 1. BAPP Arts Campus Session 3 25th March 2014 Strategies for using and developing knowledge that is situated in your professional practice
  2. 2. Recap on the 3 Campus Sessions this study period Searching Theorising Love Philosophy Constructivism Dewey Points of view Knowledge situated in Individual contexts
  3. 3. What do you want to know? The inquiry process… Finding K Explaining Using K to inform practice
  4. 4. Alan talked about our positioning in the inquiry process… Constructivism tells us that we learn by fitting new understanding and knowledge into and with, extending and supplanting, old understanding and knowledge. … Mezirow (1991) says learning is to bring about change or transformation Fry et al. A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education ( 2003)
  5. 5. Nancy Osbaldeston – photo courtesy of Arnaud Stephenson. A body of knowledge … what do you know?
  6. 6. Jurgen Appelo FIGURE 16.2 The body of knowledge of software development This illustration is part of the book Management 3.0. This is a ‘ragdoll exmaple of using the body image to map out a “body of knowledge’ for the software industry.
  7. 7. http://www.wikihow.com/images/7/79/Outline-body-shape-Step-3.jpg Try out your own ‘body’ to see what you know… how does this knowledge mapping relate to the knowledge you have onyour CV?
  8. 8. What do you want to know? The inquiry process… Finding K Explaining Using K to inform practice Knowledge and understanding that is informed by your context
  9. 9. What is knowledge? Knowledge in the arts and humanities – not just skills and competences but a structured series of engagement with a body of knowledge or (in the case of the practical arts) a body of practice… BUT NOTE THE BELOW “[knowledge in] the arts and humanities change continuously by virtue of their being elements of a culture always ina condition of transformation. Theus they transform through internal dispute, contestation, revision of tastes and methods, discovery ofr recuperative research, politics and philosophies. These subjects are continuously in debate and discussion….” Fry et al. A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education ( 2003)
  10. 10. Social science and education inquiry tools Arts, creative, cultural – inc Performance Trans-disciplinarity in work - inc. business, psychology, leisure, within the same project or inquiry What areas of knowledge do we use for BAPP Arts?
  11. 11. The changing nature of knowledge Lyotard(1984) knowledge is narrative and performative – only true of the time being – (value free?) Foucault (1972) treated knowledge as discourse – ideological – that which is accepted as true usually discourse of the powerful Jarvis (2001) The Age f Learning education and the Knowledge Society
  12. 12. What do you know and what do you want to know? Write down what you know and don’t know (anything – not just BAPP Arts related) What I know 1 2 3 What I want to know 1 2 3 Compare your list with others and come up with some common themes about what you know…. these might change and may not be value-free
  13. 13. Networking Doing the inquiry – staging your work – applause (?) Professional Practice/Work based learning • Acknowledges that learning is political and performative in that learning based in work seeks not only a somewhat of rigid ‘knowledge of’ but also seeks to change, improve or subvert situated practice through reflection and research • Asserts that learning should be emancipatory, in that it has the potential to empower learners UALL WBL Network http://www.uall.ac.uk/wbl
  14. 14. Networking Dynamic - contextual K with new ideas used with social media and reflection Planning Rehearsal plan for change within and after inquiry Doing the inquiry Staging your work experience nowledge performance applause (?) Recognition of Learning – prior experiential – contextual K BAPP Arts – completing your work for the study period
  15. 15. Areas of Learning and Critical Essay (RoL) What kind of knowledge and understanding are you gaining? What else have you learned? How will you evaluate and analyse what your know in order to communicate your understanding to others?
  16. 16. Examples Your adviser can describe past practice and talk to others on the course – this is looking mainly at past practice.
  17. 17. Networking (social media and reflective practice) (Module 1) What kind of knowledge and understanding are you gaining? What else have you learned? How will you evaluate and analyse what your know in order to communicate your understanding to others?
  18. 18. Examples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= IjnH5iWPGAQ http://gemmawrightpress.blogspot.c o.uk/2012/04/networked- professional-task-3a.html
  19. 19. Planning (Module 2) What kind of knowledge and understanding are you gaining? What else have you learned? How will you evaluate and analyse what your know in order to communicate your understanding to others?
  20. 20. Examples http://mrahmet.blogspot.co.uk/2012 _12_01_archive.html http://seraclops.blogspot.co.uk
  21. 21. Inquiry work (Module 3) What kind of knowledge and understanding are you gaining? What else have you learned? How will you evaluate and analyse what your know in order to communicate your understanding to others?
  22. 22. Examples http://www.stephlarty.blogspot.co.uk/search?updat ed-min=2013-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&updated- max=2014-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&max-results=17 http://seraclops.blogspot.co.uk

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