Learning & Teaching Philosophy and Practice Part 5a

DLP’s Framing of Feedback in a Communicative Approach to Learning & Teaching – Formal and Informal; and Assumptions of Learners Continuing on from my previous blogs (2020a) in this series, I present an update of my Learning & Teaching Philosophy + Practice. Feedback – Informal In a practical-based HE Learning and Teaching environment such as SAE...

Learning & Teaching Philosophy and Practice Part 4b

My revised Learning & Teaching Philosophy Statement Layer 1b: My rearticulated approach to Learning & Teaching practice Continuing on from my previous blog (2020a) in this series, I present below my revised Learning & Teaching Philosophy. This development emerged from an ongoing professional development commitment; specifically from my application process to the Advanced HE organisation –...

Learning & Teaching Philosophy & Practice Part 4a

Revising my Learning & Teaching Philosophy Statement Layer 1a: Revisiting and rearticulating my approach to Learning & Teaching practice Continuing on from my previous circa 2015 blogs in this series, I have reflected upon, and revised my Learning & Teaching Philosophy. This development emerged from an ongoing professional development commitment; specifically from my application process to the...

Creative Practitioner – Part 246

Doctorate of Creative Industries Project 1 (Self Reflection 2016) This blog is a continuation of a series. See here (Page 2017a) for the previous blog. Observations of my developing perspective Based on my observations of practice over the course of this doctoral program, in pure quantitative terms: the number of elements of my Praxis has increased...

Education & Learning – the first 10,000 hours….

The first 10,000 hours of practice is everything….. “10,000 hours. That is: 40 hours per week, for 48 weeks a year, for 5.2 years. A full-time employment workload excluding time where the aspiring practitioner is observing, or being talked through a task by a professional practitioner.  A full-time employment workload, excluding training periods where the aspiring practitioner is doing...

Microphones Part 13 – Other

This blog is a continuation of a series. See here for the previous blog. (AE Project Studio 2015) Current stock My current studio and live microphone stocks a modest range of dynamic microphones, dynamic ribbons, condensers, tubes and contact microphones. The range of microphones include: Shure 57s, 58s, Beta52As & SM7Bs; Electro Voice RE20s; Sennheiser e935s, e945s, e906s &...

Reflecting on my Education & Learning Practice

Reflecting on 16T2 – the findings of this reflection, and what actions I have done as a result Note: an abbreviated version of this blog is available as a powerpoint presentation.  It is currently the week following SAE Institute’s Trimester two (16T2) grading fortnight. I am clearing my desk and organising my electronic folders of the last fifteen weeks of...

Doctoral Pilot Study – Part 2c

My journey continues…. (Page 2014) This blog is a continuation of a series. See here (Page 2016a) for the previous blog. Year 2016: 5th Observation Part c Whilst I was making headway with the development of my music praxis – significant headway in my opinion – , my actual production plan still did not have the...

Doctoral Pilot Study – Part 2c

My journey continues…. (Page 2014) This blog is a continuation of a series. See here (Page 2016a) for the previous blog. Year 2016: 5th Observation Part c Whilst I was making headway with the development of my music praxis – significant headway in my opinion – , my actual production plan still did not have the...

Doctoral Pilot Study – Part 2b

My journey continues…. (Page 2014) This blog is a continuation of a series. See here (Page 2016a) for the previous blog. Year 2016: 5th Observation Part b Whilst I was making headway with the development of my music praxis – significant headway in my opinion – , my actual production plan still did not have the...

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