Teaching and Learning Fund 2019: Awards Announced

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The Exchange is delighted to announce the projects which have been successful in this year’s funding round. We had a range of excellent applications, covering topics as diverse as teaching ethics, virtual reality in the classroom, how to sew, and social media and marketing for Fine Art professionals. The outcomes will also vary, from classroom and workshop projects to online resources and podcasts.  All the chosen projects will make significant and innovative contributions to teaching and learning at UAL.

We had to make some tough decisions, but are very pleased that £50,000 has been awarded across 17 selected projects.  Thanks to everyone who submitted an application. Congratulations to all those chosen, and we look forward to hearing about your work over the next year.

  Project Lead Project Title College Category
1 Charlie Abbott Whose History? CCW: Camberwell Curious, Creative Curricula
2 Emma Lacey The Ethics of Participation: Collaboration with Central Saint Martins and The British Ceramics Biennial CSM Curious, Creative Curricula
3 Sinead Evans Re-Illustrating Histories and Voices: through co-created teaching resources CCW: Camberwell Curious, Creative Curricula
4 Claire McCormack and Chris Roberts Let’s meet at the wobbly bridge. CSM/CCW Curious, Creative Curricula
5 Silke Lange and Rebecca Ross Co-creating Learning Tools for Incorporating Practical Ethics into Higher Education in Design CSM Curious, Creative Curricula
6 Tim Meara and Lucy Alexander Bauhaus 100 – Unser Haus CSM Curious, Creative Curricula
7 Anne Eggebert Workshops as a model of practice explored in the primary and secondary sector CSM Curious, Creative Curricula
8 Marco Eastwood Building Effective Interactive Instructional Videos for Technical Inductions LCC Digital Learning
9 Anne-Marie Creamer The UAL DPS Support Centre CSM Digital Learning
10 Hywel Davies How to Sew: Instructive and inclusive digital resources CSM Digital Learning
11 Judy Willcocks Embodied Virtualities: Exploring VR for Creating, Curating and Conservation CSM Digital Learning
12 Chris Follows Socially Engaged Digital Practice CCW Digital Learning
13 Oonagh O’Hagan and Nichol Keene FOUNDATIONS – a podcast series to answer all the questions you have at the end of class. CSM Digital Learning
14 Elizabeth Peebles Podcast: [Critical Conversations] CCW: Chelsea Digital Learning
15 Peter Maloney and Cyril Shing Learning the Virtual and Learning Virtually: A small scale exploration of learning and teaching with and for Virtual Reality technology for curriculum development in Interior and Spatial Design CCW: Chelsea Digital Learning
16 Geraint Evans and Jordan McKenzie On (The) Cloud Nine – Innovative social media and marketing strategies for Fine Art Professionals CCW: Wimbledon Employability and Enterprise
17 Carla Sorrell Industry Showcase: Product & Ceramic Design CSM Employability and Enterprise

2 thoughts on “Teaching and Learning Fund 2019: Awards Announced

    1. Teaching and Learning Exchange Post author

      Hi Yann, great to hear you’re interested! We’re working on collating better information about the projects this year, so watch this space for more info. (Or if there’s one you’re particularly interested in you could contact the proposer?)

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