Tag: inclusive practice

swirling blue, green, teal, turquoise and aquamarine colours looking like water churning under the surface

Race Blog 3 – The Room of Silence

Reflections after watching the video The Room of Silence.

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The Struggle is Real

The third and final Inclusive Teaching & Learning Practice lecture and they didn’t pull any punches.

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Inclusivity Intervention – The Presentation

It’s official. I am no longer on top of this blogging thing with regard to my PgCert. Today we were doing 3 minute presentations that were basically an update/pitch to tell the teaching team about our artefact and the inclusivity intervention we planned…

different coloured paper cutouts in the style of Matisse arranged like a Carnival costume's features with someone's eye peeping out from between

Hooks, Vilhauer, Essentialism, Experience & Play

I’ve been devouring Teaching to Transgress via audiobook then flitting to my hardcopy to apply post-it notes to the areas that interest me so much that not even an audio bookmark feels like enough.

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My First Workshop – Planning & Design

Ain’t nothing can focus me like a deadline!

shades of Red like a gradient sinking into almost brown on a heavily textured canvas with light splatters o yellow, orange and white over an abstract background

Considering Disability… the Actual Assignment

several ideas popped into my head to try with a class or in my artwork that would create more inclusivity, particularly for disabled persons.

Considering Disability… interrupted by FOFU

“I’ve never met anyone who lived outside of London? That concept is just crazy to me. Do you drive cars? Eat rice..? What’s it like?”

partial of a Blue and red painting with a purple midnight robber in silhouette along the right side shouting his empty threats at a fancy sailor doing his sailor dance in front of the laventille hills in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Both are traditional Carnival characters from Trinidad & Tobago mas..

What is the justification for some people earning less than others?

Depends on your objective and how you operate. Are you coming from a position of love and fairness or fear and scarcity?