In the two weeks of class, everyone designed a toolkit, and each group created a barcamp. We will run our toolkits in Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop in the tenth week. My toolkit is called Coloring Therapy, which is a combination of drawing and healing, allowing participants to temporarily relax and participate in art in their […]

Our class participated in the artist’s toolkit workshop led by the artists Debjani Banerjee and Dan Brown, which took place in the Sculpture Court Balcony in college.   At the beginning of this workshop, we spent some time learning dance steps. I didn’t have much experience in dancing, it was a little difficult for me […]

The links below are my feedback to my peers. https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/s2457669_contemporary-art–open-learning-2022-2023sem1/2022/10/02/reflective-analysis/#comments https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/s2339972_contemporary-art–open-learning-2022-2023sem1/2022/09/29/sprint-1/#comments https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/s2444627_contemporary-art–open-learning-2022-2023sem1/2022/10/12/how-to-think-about-open-educational-resources/#comments https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/s2313334_contemporary-art–open-learning-2022-2023sem1/2022/10/13/week-4_educational-toolkits-and-our-todays-workshop/#comments

In the third week of class, we learned what OER is and discussed about OER in groups. OER can be regarded as any teaching resource that is publicly shared in digital or other ways, and can be used, adapted, or republished for free according to the conditions of its sharing. Recently, with the popularization of […]

  Basho’s Covenant   The first week of class was creating our Basho’s Covenant. Each of us built our own personal covenant individually. I needed to think the various relationships of teamwork and fill them in four quadrants which were positive, negative, ideal and prohibited. And then I met with my group and built the […]

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