Skype Meetings – Term 3

14th May 2019 General Discussion introducing the Research Paper and the requirements for such. The research question will define what your paper explores…a rough example of the process of formulating a question might be: Find a broad subject area Narrow this interest to a specific topic Question that topic from several viewpoints Choose the question whose answer is the most significant to you https://www.artbusiness.com/artwriter.html https://www.arts.ac.uk/library http://www.zotero.org http://bit.ly/2018-19-useful-talks

Thinking about Thinking

Critical Thinking is the objective analysis and evaluation of an issue, using questioning, arguments and conclusions to form objective, reasoned logical judgements that are well thought out and without bias. Good Critical Thinkers are: Rational, being able to think clearly and independently about what to do or believe. Analytical, being able to carefully examine and interpret information to understand the logical connections between ideas what it represents and make an informed judgement. Effective communicators, being able to interact and collaborate with others verbally and in writing to explain thinking, express opinions and share ideas to provide solutions to the given…

Project Proposal – Draft 3

Working Title Investigate the associations with objects and the landscape that reflect issues of collective and personal memory, displacement and loss and the way that memories fade and change over time. Can the influence of an overriding power in the landscape provide an analogy for the social issue of displacement and loss and the effect this has on the remembrances of the community and the individual? Can the effects of dereliction and abandonment in the landscape reveal the inner experience where memories become lost or faded over time? Can changes in the landscape provide an analogy for changes in memory?…