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The impact of internationalisation on the UCA curriculum – Tomasz John and John Sutter

Webinar recording: The impact of internationalisation on the UCA curriculum Dr. Tomasz John (EAP Coordinator and researcher in the internationalisation of HE) John Sutter (Learning Enhancement Manager) Dr. Tony Reeves (Subject Leader, Creative Education) UCA’s increased focus on internationalisation presents … Continue reading

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Call for Papers for our new journal JUICE

The Creative Education Network is proud to announce the call for papers for the inaugural issue of our new journal, JUICE – the Journal of Useful Investigations in Creative Education. JUICE welcomes contributions from both established and early career researchers, … Continue reading

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Turn your PGCE or PGCert into an MA in Creative Education

The world needs you. The system we live in is in desperate need of new ideas. Education should be a way for people to drive positive changes by finding new and creative ways to make a difference. But all too … Continue reading

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Internationalising the curriculum

Guest blog post by Dr. Tomasz John, Coordinator and Lecturer for UCA’s Pre-sessional English for Art and Design courses. Over the next few years, UCA “will become a leading force for innovation in international creative education. This will be achieved … Continue reading

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Tutoring and Retention – Lynda Fitzwater and Katie Allder

_ Lynda Fitzwater and Katie Allder, senior lecturers on Fashion Promotion and Imaging at UCA, share the findings of their research into the relationships between tutoring and retention. What is the relationship between approaches to tutoring and retention? In 2017, … Continue reading

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Learning is a stage

What is learning? Strangely enough, after hundreds of years of research by some of the world’s greatest minds we still have no clear agreement on what learning is, or how it happens. In a recent article, Michael Luntley (2017) makes … Continue reading

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Happy New CEN!

A very Happy New Year to you all! New Year is a great time for new beginnings, and so it is with great pleasure that I’m able to announce the official launch of the Creative Education Network (CEN). What is … Continue reading

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