'Joint Show': finding teaching excellence through experiential learning

Scheuregger, Martin (2017) 'Joint Show': finding teaching excellence through experiential learning. In: National Association of Music in Higher Education Annual Conference – Snakes and Ladders?: Negotiating the new TEF landscape, 2 May 2017, University of Cambridge.

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Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Poster)
Item Status:Live Archive


The BA Music course at the University of Lincoln will be admitting its third cohort in September 2017. As a new programme, staff have had the opportunity to develop innovative approaches to teaching and learning that capitalise on Lincoln's 'Student as Producer' initiative.

The second-year 'Joint Show' module was taught for the first time in early 2017 and provides students the opportunity to work collaboratively within and across programmes. The module adopts an approach to teaching and learning informed by Kolb's model of experiential learning: students learn through developing and reflecting on their creative work, with the teaching team providing context and guidance without 'delivering' material in the traditional way.

This poster explores the module and demonstrates the strengths of its approach and ways for further development, with particular attention to excellence in teaching as informed by TEF.

Keywords:TEF, Music Education, Pedagogy, Higher Education
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W300 Music
Divisions:College of Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts > School of Fine & Performing Arts (Performing Arts)
ID Code:35180
Deposited On:04 Mar 2019 07:28

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