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May 8, 2016

What’s featured in this episode? 

  • Free resources and workshops available for teachers via the V&A Museum 
  • Why design and creativity is essential to STEM 
  • Teaching maths through Islamic Art and Architecture 
  • The launch of V&A East in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 
  • The wearable technology collaboration between St Martin’s University and London schools 
  • Using the coding language ‘processing’ for visual arts 
  • Teaching the computing curriculum through computing art from the 1960s to the present day 
  • ‘Crowd management’!

Tags:

STEM, STEAM, Computing, Design, Islamic Art, V&A East, Inset days, CPD, Teachers resources, wearable technologies, coding, processing, arts, design technology, 21st Century, East London, NASA, new material technology, UX, iterative design, elegance 

Quotes: 

On V&A East: ‘What we don’t want to do is just parachute in this giant spaceship of a museum’ ‘It is a chance for the new V&A to create a museum that fits the 21st century.’ 

On East London: ‘East London is where a lot of the interesting creative activity is happening.’

On collaborating with schools in East London: ‘We are doing research with the local community, with schools, to start building those relationships now.’

On the curriculum: ‘We look at Maths through Islamic Art and Architecture. We look at computing, but always through the lens of art and design.’ ‘We can chip into the computing curriculum nicely through our collection of computing art…we’ve been collecting since the 1960s.’

Promoting the arts: ‘One of the challenges that we always have is really making sure that arts sticks in the curriculum and it isn’t excluded by the STEM concentration that is happening..’

Challenges for schools: ‘for schools and colleges it can be really difficult to take a class out and to arrange cover and to convince heads

 

Reading and resources: 

Alex Flowers
V and A East
Victoria and Albert Teachers’ Resources 

V and A Islamic Art and Maths Resources

V and A TES resources page 

Vogue Hackney Wick Centre of Cultural Universe quote 

Processing  - a language for learning how to code within the context of the visual arts

Central St Martin’s wearable technologies collaboration

Computer art collection

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