Tate Britain Course

Context and Critical Research Skills University of the Arts London and Tate

Teachers’ study day © Tate (David Lambert)

Develop your students’ contextual and critical research skills through working with a diverse, innovative and inventive range of creative approaches in the gallery at Tate Britain

Ideal for those delivering art and design qualifications, especially GCSE, AS and A Level Art and Design and BTEC. This course will help you to maximise the teaching opportunities afforded by being with art in a gallery setting, with a focus on exam assessment processes and the development of students’ critical research skills.

  • Discover ways to apply the exploration of artworks and artists’ practice within the gallery to support student learning
  • Explore strategies to improve student engagement by embracing the unexpected, experimentation and discovery
  • Reflect on your own learning; apply findings in your teaching and measure impact.

Tate Britain

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

1 March 2019 at 10.30–17.00

Pricing

£99

Refreshments, lunch, materials and entry to exhibitions included

Book via University of the Arts London

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