Business & Humanities
Crawford College of Art & Design
Fine Art & Ceramic Design
- Dr Colette Nolan
- Bill O’Flynn
To explore how teaching and learning could be improved in the transition to first year and to develop new collaborative non-hierarchical strategies with the students.
The key findings were:
- The project reinforced the fact that involvement and engagement in the development and delivery of modules and programmes promotes agency.
- The potential of creative approaches for finding and developing new models of interaction and collective solutions.
- Peer learning and the continuous cycle of examination and improvement of practice is highly valuable for teachers as well as students.