Accomplished studies in HIGHER ARTS EDUCATION
HPE 303 Professional Teaching Skills: Assessment and Examination
University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg 5 HEC 2016-02-05 2016-05-13
Kursens övergripande syfte är att ge högskolepedagogiska kunskaper så att deltagarna på ett kvalificerat sätt kan resonera kring, planera för, utveckla, genomföra och utvärdera olika former av bedömning och examination. I kursen belyses och problematiseras relationen mellan kunskapsutveckling, undervisning och bedömning/examination. Myndighetsutövande aspekter och implikationer av examinationsförfaranden av skilda slag behandlas. Vidare anläggs komparativa aspekter på bedömningsfrågor, med särskilt fokus på jämförelser mellan discipliner, institutioner och traditioner. (Bedömning och Examination)
HPE 202 Supervision for the Experienced Supervisor in Third Cycle,
Univ. of Gothenburg, Gothenburg 5 HEC/4 days 2014-01 2014-08
Kursen Handledning för erfarna handledare i forskarutbildning, 5 hp (HPE202), är särskilt avpassad för professorer och erfarna handledare i forskarutbildningen. Det är kollegor som fört fram minst två doktorander till disputation. Kursen inleds med ett lunch-till-lunch-internat. Internatet följs senare upp med fler träffar.
HPE 201 Supervision in Postgraduate Programmes
Univ. of Gothenburg, Gothenburg 5 HEC 2013-10 2013-12
After completion of the course the student is expected to be able to: Knowledge and understanding – be oriented of national and local surveys about the doctoral students' experiences and views about postgraduate studies - describe central and local rules and regulations of relevance to postgraduate studies account for the objectives, policies/syllabi, organization and realization of one’s own postgraduate programme. Skills and abilities - demonstrate how the individual study plan can be applied as a tool for planning, realization and a follow-up of postgraduate education - apply research-based literature to describe and analyze particular aspects of supervision - argue for the significance of a dialogue and mutual understanding concerning commitments in the supervision relation Judgement and approach - display a reflective approach to one’s own role as supervisor and related aspects such as gender equality, equal treatment and the student perspective - exemplify ethical dilemmas during the supervision of doctoral students estimate complications and credits of supervisor and assistant supervisor systems The course was examined based upon a written assignment.
HPE 103 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 3: Applied Analysis
Univ. of Gothenburg, Gothenburg 5 HEC 2013-09 2013-12
The overall aim is for students to enhance their knowledge and ability to analyse, debate and develop teaching and learning on the basis of research and proven experience, and demonstrate this in an independent paper which provides an account of pedagogical development in higher education. The overarching theme of the course is reflective knowledge of teaching and learning in higher education. This theme is discussed, interrogated, and analysed continuously throughout the course. The reflection of participants is documented in an independent paper which provides an account of a project to develop higher education. The course was examined based upon the assignment of a seminar paper with the title:"Artistic dissertations observed as 17th century Operatic Mad Scenes: Using Metaphors for Organizing a Pedagogical Framework for Higher Performing Arts Education based on Artistic Research". (See PDF) This paper was developed into a series of peer-reviewed conference papers presented at international conferences during 2014-15 including:
Belgrano, Elisabeth (2014) Learning and Teaching Through Madness: Using the Metaphor of a 17th Century Operatic Mad Scene for Supervision in Higher Performing Arts Education Based on Artistic Research, (Performance presentation), 1st International Conference: Performative Teaching, Learning and Research, University College Cork, 29 May-1 June
Belgrano, Elisabeth (2014) Learning and Teaching Through Operatic Madness, ORCiM Seminar ‘From Output to Impact’, Orpheus Instituut / Advanced Studies & Research in Music Korte Meer 12 9000 Gent Belgium, 19-20 November. Proceeding: https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/155614/155615
Belgrano, Elisabeth & Gunve, Fredric (2015) Madness and the Bastard in Motion: Learning/Teaching through Performance Studies, 7th Teacher’s Academy (ELIA), ENACT: learning in/through the Arts, Tilburg, The Netherlands, 10-12 May
HPE 102 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2: Discipline Specific Pedagogy
Univ. of Gothenburg, Gothenburg 5 HEC 2011-01 2011-05.
The overall aim of the course is to strenghten the students' skills to analyse, plan, discuss and develop university education and courses on the basis of science and proven experience. The course focuses on the organisation and planning of courses and subcourses. Conditions, goals, contents, methods, examinations, teaching, the students' independent studies as well as implications of different course designs are among the aspects discussed in the course. Different aspects are studied from different perspectives and the relationships between them are discussed. The syllabus as a document is in focus. The course was examined based upon a course curriculum titled: "The performing 17th century voice, 7,5 Higher Education Credits", First Cycle.
HPE 101 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 1: Basic Course
Univ. of Gothenburg, Göteborg 5 HEC 2009-09 2009-12
The specific aim of the basic course is to provide foundational knowledge of learning theories for higher level education and of society’s goals and regulations for the education. The aim of the course is also to provide ethical awareness in relation to issues such as view of human beings, approach, responsibility and
the rule of law. The course generated a written examination assignment with the Swedish title: "En alternativ OPERAUTBILDNING. Skiss till en pedagogisk scen för vidgad dialog mellan vokal praktik och teori".
EXPERIENCES as VOICE COACH, LECTURER, SUPERVISOR,
OPPONENT, EXAMINER in HIGHER EDUCATION
Individual voice coaching, interpretation/technique, early vocal music, performance studies
Lecturer, supervisor, opponent, examiner within the fields of music performance, artisti cresearch, music drama, choral pedagogy, teachers training programme in music, visual arts and crafts (slöjd) on bachelor and master level, Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts, Univ. of Gothenburg.
Specification of courses and tasks:
- Choir pedagogy, Student independent project, (supervisor)
- Academy of Music and Drama, GU, LEV300, Specialization Aesthetic Educational Activity, First cycle, 30 HEC (Supervisor and examiner)
- School of Design and Crafts (HDK), GU, LAU390/395, General Education Field 3, Examination Paper, First/Second Cycle,
15 HEC (Supervisor and examiner)
- School of Design and Crafts (HDK), LBD500, Specialization, Visual Arts, Interdisciplinary Examination Course, 15 HEC (Supervisor and examiner)
- School of Design and Crafts (HDK), GU, LGBD1G, Degree Project 1 for Teachers in Upper Secondary School, First cycle, 15 HEC (Supervisor)
- School of Design and Crafts / Dept. for Pedagogy, Communication and Learning, LÖXA1G, Examination paper for preschool teachers, 15 HEC, First cycle (Supervisor)
Summer course, 2015:
HDKSSR, Spelets Regler/ Rules of the Game, 15 HEC, HDK (Seminars, Workshops, Supervising)
Selected SEMINARS and PEER-REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
- "Sourcing Madness in a 17th Century Operatic Mad Scene: A Performing Method Exhibiting a Cabinet of Vocal Wonders",
EPARM III (European Platform Artistic Research in Music), Lyon, 18-20 April
- "Learning and Teaching Through Madness: Using the Metaphor of a 17th century Operatic Mad Scene for Supervision in Higher Performing Arts Education Based on Artistic Research", 1st International Conference: Performative Teaching,
Learning and Research, University College Cork. 29 May- 1 June
- "Learning and Teaching through Operatic Madness", ORCiM Seminar 'From Output to Impact', Orpheus Instituut/Advanced Studies & Research in Music, Gent, Belgium, 19-20 November
- "Mattering through Vocal Lamentation = Building and Articulating through Sensuous Knowledge" Swedish Research
Council (VR) yearly symposia on artistic research 2014, Högskolan i Borås, 27-28 November
- Collaboration with artist and senior lecturer Fredric Gunve (HDK), 7th Teacher's Academy (ELIA), ENACT: Learning in7trough the Arts, Tilburg, The Netherlands, 10-12 May
- "MADNESS as METHOD: An intra-active encounter between 17th century operatic madness, artistic research and posthuman theories", Creativity: Method or Madness? 4th International PG conference, College of Arts and Humanities,
The University of Glasgow, 26-27 May
- "Vansinne som metod: Ett intra-aktivt möte mellan vansinnesakten från en 1600-talsopera, konstnärlig forskning och posthumanistisk teori" (CUL-seminarium), Centre for Education Science and Teacher Research, GU, September 2015
- Konsten att möta: från intution till examen i konst/vetenskap/lig högre utbildning,
Högskolepedagogisk konferens, Göteborgs universitet, HKG 2015, 22 Oktober
- Introduction to Practical Knowledge, Lecture, Stockholm School of Dramatic Arts /Stockholm University of the Arts, April 12
ORGANISER / CO-ORDINATOR INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIA on Teaching and Learning in Higher Arts EDUCTION
- "Intra-active Learning and Teaching through Performance Processes. An encounter between New Materialism, Nomadic Theories, Pedagogical and Performative Arts and the Posthuman", Participants: Prof. Dennis Atkinson (Goldsmith University of London, UK), Dr. Hillevi Lenz Taguchi (Stockholm University), Magdalena Gorska (The Posthumanities Hub, Linköping University), David Medalla (Performance Artist, London/NYC/Paris). 23 April, 2015. University of Gothenburg. A collaboration between HDK/BVK/Cross Faculty Group for Performance-Performativity/Cross Faculty Group for Aesthetic Learning Processes).
Departing from my practice as an artistic researcher I am particularly interested in the role of the performing artist in a teaching / learning situation. I am currently developing knowledge models based on my artistic research, applicable for learning through aesthetic practices within the environment of arts education.
"To TEACH is to PERFORM!" ...
... has been one of three strands within the Cross-Disciplinary Faculty Group of Performance/Performativity, hosted and supported by The Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts, University of Gothenburg. The Group has been active since fall 2013 and curated by Elisabeth Belgrano/HSM and Fredric Gunve/HDK (as well as by Jason Bowman/valand during the academic year 2013/14). The strand has generated seminars, workshops, lunch talks and international symposia. For more information: konst.gu.se/fakulteten/faultetskollegium/performanceperformativity
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION
Between 1 August 2015 - 7 Feb 2016 I was employed at HDK (50%) as a Project Co-ordinator (Projektsamordnare, validering), for supervising, co-ordinating and supporting teachers at HDK in their processes of validating higher pedagogical experiences.