GLAD 2017 Conference – mapping pathways for creative education | admin

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I left the GLAD conference yesterday with colleague Neil Hadfield feeling inspired, challenged and reflective; all great spaces to mentally inhabit. It’s interesting how this kind of knowledge-exchange can change and shape our mental landscapes.

 

There were two key themes I took forward. The first was around our particular discourse within creative education. The first keynote from Dr Steven Jones discussed the public discourses of Higher Education and how these work to create a dominant discourse that is largely negative, when statistics can be interpreted in…

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