This paper is part of continuing research into electronic learning in specialist Initial Teacher Training. It argues for a broader approach to the art and design curriculum that facilitates questions related to established content, systems and methods of teaching and learning. Advocating
a more experimental and analytical approach to the study of the subject, the research has supported both technical skills acquisition and the application of classroom discussion. More importantly, it has provided teaching models and methods that utilize digital technology as a visual research
tool. It could be argued that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a potentially powerful means of questioning, critiquing convention, orthodoxy and the general predictability of much of what counts as school art practice.
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Information and Communication;
Document Type: Research Article
University of Central England.
Publication date: 2002-04-01
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How can art, design and communication aid teaching? Do these teaching methods work better in certain fields of study? Focusing on arts and media-based subjects, and encompassing all areas of higher education, this journal reveals the potential value of new educational styles and creative teaching methods.
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