An Online Learning Design Framework for the Creative Disciplines:
Technology-Enabled Creative Learning (TECL)
As teachers of the arts in the digital era, we are compelled to adopt ever-evolving mindsets when designing creative arts classes in the virtual space. This challenge will resonate long beyond the current COVID-19 pandemic.
While human interaction remains irreplaceable in the performing arts, we are tasked with finding new ways to innovate the teaching of theatre through new technology. To best facilitate learning the complex creative processes involved with the arts, teachers must transcend the limitations of a single computer screen:
That’s why TEFO is excited to have Dr. Brad Haseman speak with us live from Brisbane to share the online learning pedagogical framework he has been developing at Kadenze, called Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL). We believe that this framework will unlock each teacher’s potential in innovating unique technological methods of teaching the arts in order to be more engaging with their students.
We welcome all fellow applied theatre practitioners, drama teachers and artists in Hong Kong to come join us for this seminar and learn more about how we can evolve our practice for the future together.
Date: 7th May, 2020 (Thurs)
Time: 14:00 – 15:30
Video Conferencing Platform: TBA
** Please note that this event will be conducted in English.
【Guest Speaker Biography: Dr. Brad Haseman】
Brad Haseman is Professor Emeritus with the Creative Industries Faculty at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia. Over his 30 year career at QUT, as a teacher, speaker and researcher Brad has pursued his fascination with the aesthetics, forms and affordability of arts based learning.
Formerly a drama teacher, consultant in Queensland secondary schools and President and Secretary of the drama teachers’ associations of Queensland (QADIE, now Drama Queensland) Brad is a passionate advocate for the arts in education. He has worked internationally as a teacher and workshop leader (Process Drama), arts researcher (Performative Research) and community engagement practitioner (applied theatre and teaching-artistry). He is co-author, with John O’Toole, of Dramawise, which has been in print for twenty-six years and translated into Danish, Italian and Cantonese. A new and expanded edition of what has become a drama classic was republished in 2017 as Dramawise Reimagined (with longstanding collaborator John O’Toole).
In 1995, Brad was co-convenor of the second International Drama and Education Congress in Brisbane and in recognition of his outstanding contribution to Drama Education, Brad was awarded life membership of the Drama Queensland in 2000.
In January 2019 Brad joined the US Company Kadenze, Inc. as Executive Vice President overseeing arts-led pedagogies for their global online catalogue in the creative arts, design and creative education. In this capacity, and working with Kadenze colleagues, Brad led the development of their Technology Enabled Creative Learning (TECL) framework for effective learning design in the creative arts and design. TECL is recognised as an invaluable resource assisting arts and design educators make the transition to aesthetic learning online.
Kadenze, Inc. partners with leading universities and institutions across the globe to provide world-class online education in the fields of art and creative technology. To learn more, please visit www.kadenze.com.