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Research on peer learning methodology

Research on peer learning methodology

During July 2021 we are starting to work more vividly on two of the intellectual outputs of INTERSTICE project: IO4 – Peer learning methodology, and IO6 – Research on peer learning methodology. Peer learning experiences will be developed between children, teachers and artists, generating an interstitial space between Art and Education, where the observation, interaction and active participation of all stakeholders are fundamental elements. Artists will participate in Early ...

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Virtual Forest of Imagination 2021

Virtual Forest of Imagination 2021

This year, as well as continuing our ‘Virtual Forest’ online presence, Forest of Imagination will include a series of multisensory pop up events and installations along the theme of  ‘Gathering Perspectives on the Landscape City.’ Locations include Bath Spa University’s Locksbrook Campus, Bath City Farm, The Secret Garden at Batheaston, Beckford’s Tower, The Holburne Museum and The Egg Theatre. Forest of Imagination is open to all and actively ...

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Website available

Website available

Today we launch the website of the project “INTERSTICE - Encounters between artists, children and educators” with the aim to approach the activities we will be implementing in the following months to all those people interested in art, and specifically in the importance of art to enhance children education.   The project aims to influence the learning outcomes of university students of the Early Childhood and Primary Education degree by incorporating innovative experiences ...

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Children are natural artists

Children are natural artists

On November 20th 2020 our colleague Penny Hay (BSU) delivered the conference “Children are natural artists in environments of encounter” in the framework of the “Festival el Més petit de tot”, organized by our partner “La Sala”.   In this conference, Prof. Hay shared the results of her collaborative research at Bath Spa University (UK) and discuss the topic addressed in her doctoral dissertation: “Children as Artists: how can ...

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Kick-off meeting Interstice project

Kick-off meeting Interstice project

The kick-off meeting of the INTERSTICE project took place online on November 2nd. This first meeting was useful to introduce the members of the participating teams, as well as to establish the general lines of work, adjust the schedule and agree on the main aspects related to its daily management. Representatives of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Laughter and Children's Shows Association, Universitetet and Stavanger, Bath Spa University and Alma Mater Studiorum - Universita 'di ...

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