ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course is about providing teachers with a broad array of strategies to help students achieve high results. Specifically it focuses on how to support and help students to develop and evolve projects over a sustained period of time.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Broaden and improve knowledge
- Gain strategies for approaching written work
- Take away 6GB of resources including PPT’s to share with students
- Leave feeling inspired and full of ideas!
- Gain strategies for ideas development
|COURSE DATES||Online | Friday 19 June 2020|
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND?||
|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
10.00 – 10.30am
Introduction – hitting the top mark bands
- Introduction to a broad array of techniques and approaches to photography showcasing the work of photographers who often use a photograph as a starting point to their image making
- Powerpoint of photographers that students respond well to.
10.30 – 11.15 am
Effective Approaches to enhance student performance
- 10 things to do cycle of work – Show work cycle
- Annotating contacts – how to do so, what to say
- Layout and design of work in books – flaps, pockets, pop out pages
- Pros and Cons of providing students with a checklist
- Self reflection sheets
- Feedback forms
- Group crits – getting students to talk about their work
- How to manage difficult students/ get students to do more work
11.00 – 11.20am
11.30 – 12.30pm
How to develop and evolve ideas
- How to give students the confidence to stop focusing on a final outcome
- The importance of setting projects that allow students to run through cycles of work
- Providing students with examples of project development that include ‘failure’.
- Identifying areas to develop – content, technique, ideas, aesthetics
- The ‘opposites’ technique! Taking a different approach to develop a project.
The importance of self reflection
Reading around a subject to develop ideas
12.30 – 1.30pm
1.30 – 2.30pm
Writing about images
- Strategies on how to analyse images – the do’s and don’ts
- Useful texts and resources
- Developing critical analysis skills
- Examples of successful analysis from students of different abilities
2.30 – 3.30pm
The exam project
- How to begin the project – promoting good practice -mood boards, spider diagrams, finding artist references from books
- Insuring research and analysis assessment criteria are met.
- Working towards outcomes
3.00 – 3.30pm
- The photograph as object ppt and ideas
- Example outcomes of student work
- The exhibition? How to put one up? Who is it for!?
Neil taught A-Level Photography for 8 years at Godalming College in an Art Department that consistently achieved outstanding results. He has also taught at foundation and degree level and he currently balances commercial and fine art interests with teaching A Level Photography at City and Islington Sixth Form College in London. He exhibits his personal work regularly and last year exhibited at Photo London at Somerset House.