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Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2014
Learning Outcomes models, particularly constructive alignment, are the default 'theoretical' tool underpinning HE curriculum design in the UK despite continuing doubts as to their efficacy. With reference to the literature, this article summarises the history of the Learning Outcomes movement and charts the perceived benefits and deficits of…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, Higher Education, Curriculum Design, College Curriculum
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Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2011
Affect often arises unexpectedly within the process of making art (along with other creative activities). In this article I argue for affect as a necessary and constructive dynamic within educational processes specifically for art and design. After a consideration of its recent neglect within art education, I revisit the notion of affect with…
Descriptors: Art Education, Psychological Patterns, Art Activities, Teaching Experience
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Burgess, Lesley; Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
This article examines the findings of the London Cluster research, "Critical Minds", in which the Institute of Education, University of London (IoE) worked in collaboration with Whitechapel Chapel Art Gallery (the lead London gallery), Bow Arts, Chisenhale Gallery and Space-The Triangle, and four east London comprehensive schools. By…
Descriptors: Arts Centers, Art Education, Secondary School Students, Educational Cooperation
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Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art & Design Education, 2007
In this article I discuss the relationship between theories of identity and making practices in secondary art and design. Of particular interest is the way students are invited to explore identities in relation to a sense of self and the extent to which this is informed by schools' concern to make diversity visible through multicultural…
Descriptors: Art Education, Homosexuality, Art Teachers, Mass Media
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Addison, Nicholas – International Journal of Art and Design Education, 2005
Central to this paper is an analysis of the work produced by a year 10 student in response to the Expressive Study of the art and design GCSE (AQA 2001). I begin by examining expressivism within art education and turn to the student's work partly to understand whether the semi-confessional mode she chose to deploy is encouraged within this…
Descriptors: Social Environment, Sexual Identity, Sex Education, Art Education