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Pink, green, turquoise and royal blue abstract with mixed meid elements like randomly cut iridescent and metallic shapes giving the overall feel of tropical lush vegetation

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…

black and white line drawing of an indian bride in full jewellery with sari slung over her head while the sun shines in stylized lines behind her

A Compilation of Teaching Techniques

Please note that this is an ongoing compilation of teaching techniques I have observed my teachers using on us during the Teaching & Learning and Inclusive Teaching & Learning Practices Units.

water and waves drawn in a Japanese style with a fish off to the right and lots of textured elements to the bttom of the painting representing waves washing up on a pebbly beige textured shore that sparkles with hints of gold leaf

My First Workshop – Assessment & Feedback

After considering how to gather feedback at the start, I nearly forgot this altogether. It was a senior lecturer who reminded me during set-up. Eek!

abstract that looks like blades of grass shooting up from the bottom of the image in greens and blues with accents of orange every now and then

My First Workshop – Teaching & Learning

On the train into London, I pumped myself up with so many uplifting power tunes. I was bouncing with energy and good vibrations by the time I got to Wilson Road super early, as per usual.

9 red dots with little squiggles scratched into them revealing the yellow textured background behind them

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.