Creativity must be nourished in young people. Whether the young person has aspiration in design or science, creativity through art is the fuel that keeps the brain intrigued, expressive and intellectually nimble. Expression through the plethora of art forms that exist is something that all art teachers wish to develop in their students, as is the study and understanding of the work of artists that came before them.
Throughout the course we have an art history module exploring art movements chronologically from prehistoric to contemporary practices. Each week we will cover art related subject knowledge including 3D, textiles, graphics, photography, print making and exploring the specifications available in our subject. There is also plenty of opportunity to develop our marking and assessment of work via moderation and standardisation sessions that will support your teaching. By the end of this course, you will have a broad knowledge of historical and contemporary practice, the ability to independently research so that you have a sound understanding of the contexts in which art, design and artifacts are made.
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