Wed 7 Dec 2022: 10:00AM
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

What Makes a Good Arts Educator Taster Session

Venue: Online
Prices: Free

These sessions on Wed 7 December 2022 (10am or 7pm) are delivered by members of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s MEd in Learning and Teaching in the Arts team provides an opportunity for arts educators to get a taste of what studying on the MEd programme might be like.

What makes a good arts educator?
Are you are a teacher, lecturer, teaching artist, facilitator, tutor, trainer, mentor, workshop leader, community practitioner who is working to help people develop in an arts context? If so, we’d love you to join us in a creative conversation about what it takes to deliver quality arts education experiences. This hour-long session will engage you in the kind of critical discourse that is central to the MEd in Learning and Teaching in the Arts. The session, run by staff on the programme, will include an opportunity to find out more about the learning experience you might expect as a part-time student on this blended-learning programme. You can book a place on one these free taster sessions at www.rcs.ac.uk/postgraduate/med-learning-teaching/

The MEd in Learning and Teaching in the Arts from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is suitable for all arts education professionals who wish to enhance their teaching practice.

This part-time 180-credit programme provides a unique opportunity for arts educators working in any arts education context to obtain a Masters qualification that has been designed to develop teaching skills for the arts. It is delivered on a part-time basis through a blended learning model, which includes a mix of face-to-face sessions, online sessions, one-to-one tutorials and independent study (distance students can study the programme fully online, accessing the face-to-face sessions through video conferencing).

The programme is accredited by AdvanceHE and for practitioners in a Further or Higher Education context will lead to HEA Fellowship. For GTCS regostered teachers, the programme leads to GTCS Professional Recognition in Creative Arts Education.

Funded places may be available for Scottish domiciled applicants.

For further information, please contact j.mackay@rcs.ac.uk (Jamie Mackay), call 07847 611548 or visit https://www.rcs.ac.uk/postgraduate/med-learning-teaching/

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