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DID3101 - Participatory arts teaching and learning

About

New from the academic year 2020/2021

Examination arrangement

Examination arrangement: Practical examination and Work
Grade: Letters

Evaluation form Weighting Duration Examination aids Grade deviation
work 49/100
Practical examination 51/100

Course content

This course aims to develop understandings of different views of teaching and learning pedagogies, including aesthetic approaches to learning. The core focus of this course is to enhance comprehension, articulation and engagement with key views on art and how these views influence teaching and learning within arts education. The intention is that this insight is primarily developed through participatory art as arts education. The course provides knowledge and experience pertaining to different views on participatory and socially engaged art (SEA), art subjects, performativity, improvisation, and theoretical discourses on teaching and learning. Engaging with contemporary approaches, the students gain experience in working art-based with these themes, specifically through arts-based and practice-led methodologies as well as theory-driven, critical and decolonial research practices.

Learning outcome

Knowledge, the candidate -thoroughly understands research in and with the arts, emphasising arts-based, practice-led research as well as theory-driven, critical and decolonial research. -has advance knowledge of participatory arts as education. - thoroughly understands the key ideas behind the theories and methods presented, and thoroughly applies these independently in research, practice, and writing. Skills, the candidate - can confidently engage with different views of teaching and learning pedagogies, including aesthetic approaches to learning. - can confidently engage with improvisational skills in arts education. - can examine key views on art and how these views influence teaching and learning within arts education and research in this area. General competence, the candidate - can analyse the theories and methods presented, and articulate these within research, practice and writing. - can disseminate a wide range of approaches of arts practices in education. -is capable of supporting enquiry led peer review processes.

Learning methods and activities

Students’ collaborations with different arts educational institutions will be encouraged.
The teaching is organized as 4 intensive seminars at campus in Trondheim. Candidates will learn through the following methods: Implementation of an art programme and clearly articulating the underlying principles for the design and teaching of the programme; Performance lectures and workshops, Art based work in groups and individually; Theoretical loops; Hybrid writing; Peer discussion and feedback

Diverse sites for learning will be used during this course, which might include visits to urban or nature outdoors spaces as well as to different arts (educational) institutions like performance venues, museums, cinemas or concert halls. Possible entrance fees will be paid for by Department for Teacher Education. There are five compulsory activities in this course. These compulsory activities must be approved in order to be able to deliver the examination assignments. They are as follows: Compulsory activity 1 (individual): Art-based work in the form of an art programme. Compulsory activity 2 (group): Engaging in a collective and virtual learning community with fellow students and teachers. Compulsory activity 3 (individual): Presentation of a case. Compulsory activity 4 (individual and group): Colloquium on the syllabus. Compulsory activity 5 (individual): Participation during seminars on campus. In order to complete the compulsory activities on-site participation during the intensive seminar weeks is necessary. Participation at the day with presentations of cases is 100 % compulsory. Participation at other seminar days is 66 % compulsory. All compulsory activities will be assigned with approved/not approved and must all be approved in order to take the examinations for this course. In order to complete the compulsory activities on-site participation during the intensive seminar weeks is necessary. Other relevant information. Self-directed learning though independent projects in this course will require collaboration with self-chosen institutions relevant for arts education. The organization of collaboration with and research at these institutions must be arranged by the students themselves.

Compulsory assignments

  • Art-based work in the form of an art programme
  • Engaging in a collective and virtual learning community with fellow students and teachers
  • Presentation of a case
  • Colloquium on the syllabus
  • Participation during presentation day is 100 % compulsory, other days 66 %.

Further on evaluation

There are two assessments as the examination for this course. In order to submit these assessments, the compulsory activities must be passed. The two assessments are as follows: Performance lecture/workshop (50%. This performance lecture / workshop is to be related to the completed art programme within compulsory activity 1. Written text (50%). This written text (10-12 pages) is to offer a reflection on the work with the performance lecture/workshop and the course curriculum. The assessment scale will be through the letter grade scale A-F, where the grades A-E means pass and F means failed. Both assessment forms must be passed in order to pass the course. If one part is failed, only this part must be taken again in order to pass the course. If a student wishes to improve the assessment result, it is possible to take only one of the parts again.

Specific conditions

Exam registration requires that class registration is approved in the same semester. Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.

Course materials

The teaching materials required for this course are as follows: - Curriculum summary - Course reader including current global theories associated with arts education research with literature choices in English and Nordic languages. There will be different reading choices, but the readings list will be advised by and must be approved by the course coordinator. A preliminary reading list will be posted on NTNU’s digital learning platform blackboard prior to the start of the course. - Different arts materials as required and as available at ILU, NTNU. ILU will not cover the costs of other materials.

Credit reductions

Course code Reduction From To
EDU3078 7.5 01.09.2020
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Facts

Version: 1
Credits:  15.0 SP
Study level: Second degree level

Coursework

Term no.: 1
Teaching semester:  AUTUMN 2020

Language of instruction: Norwegian

Location: Trondheim

Subject area(s)
  • Aesthetic Studies
  • Pedagogical knowledge
Contact information
Course coordinator:

Department with academic responsibility
Department of Teacher Education

Phone:

Examination

Examination arrangement: Practical examination and Work

Term Status code Evaluation form Weighting Examination aids Date Time Digital exam Room *
Autumn ORD work 49/100
Room Building Number of candidates
Spring UTS work 49/100
Room Building Number of candidates
Autumn ORD Practical examination 51/100
Room Building Number of candidates
Spring UTS Practical examination 51/100
Room Building Number of candidates
  • * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
Examination

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