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Teaching as Creative Practice Symposium: Resources from the day

University of the Arts (UAL) symposium explored the relationship between creative practice, creative teaching and teacher identity.


"A fantastic reminder of why I got into this and it has left me feeling creatively re-energised!"















The day brought together distinguished colleagues and peer-reviewed curriculum development projects to share and disseminate practice as well workshop activities that supported participants to reflect and develop their own practice.

The symposium celebrated UAL funded educational development projects to share good practice across the university and also across the sector, which enabled colleagues at the university to engage with a wider community and provide models of excellence and creative practice to support a wider understanding of professional development in creative subjects.


Programme and Supporting Resources:

Click here for the full programme and resources from the day

The programme was designed to support teaching, research and practice including keynote speakers and workshops, and parallel sessions that explore the themes of Community Engagement,  Art, Design and Material Practices, and Enterprise and Employability. 


Symposium convened by:
Antony Johnston & Cara Lee Roth, Teaching and Learning Exchange, University of the Arts London


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