105 Works

Empathy Group - Meeting 8 Notes, 1 Feb 2017:

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the eighth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Mbira Hut Project - Afrika Festival, Hertme, Netherlands - 8 July 2018

CHARTWELL DUTIRO
This item contains photo documentation of performances by the Spirit Talk Mbira music ensemble that took place on the 8th July 2018 in Hertme, Netherlands, at the Afrika Festival.
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project.

Spirit Talk Mbira musicians are:Chartwell Dutiro
Anna Mudeka
Jori Buchel
Millicent Chapanda
Chris Morphitis
Shorayi Dutiro Robinson
Elmar Pohl

Photos Lia and Paul Majoor, and Ton Maas.
Images are shared with the permission of the...

How is a resource for changing teachers' assessment practice in primary science successfully disseminated, shared and enacted within a primary school?

ISABEL HOPWOOD-STEPHENS
These documents have been uploaded as the Appendices for the thesis. They are labelled according to the step of the three-step mixed methods study that they pertain to. They should be viewed in conjunction with the main thesis, linked to below under 'References'.

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Left brain/Right brain Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Tutor notes for ITE workshop Neuroscience for Critical Consumers Version 2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
These tutor notes explain how to use teaching/learning resources for trainee teachers to lead a workshop: Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Mbira Hut Project - 2017 Mbira Gathering in Eitorf, Germany

CHARTWELL DUTIRO
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project. These events are part of ongoing gatherings where Chartwell Dutiro teaches the mbira. His work in Germany included events at Cologne University on the 11th and 12th October 2017, a performance at Konigwinter Centre, and a mbira teaching weekend on the 14th and 15th October 2017 in Eitorf, organised by the mbira maker Sebastian Pott.
Mbira playing...

Empathy Group - Meeting 5 Notes, 29 February 2016

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the fifth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Mbira Hut Project - Mystic Mbira Music Duo, Kop & Pui Gallery, Amsterdam, July 2018

CHARTWELL DUTIRO
Mystic Mbira Music Duo event held at Kop & Pui Gallery, Amsterdam, July 2018.
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project.
Art created by Baukje Duin. Images used with permission.
Photos taken by Jori Buchel. Images used with permission.
Images may not be used or shared without permission.

Neuroscience for Critical Consumers: a workshop for trainee teachers

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
These slides form the central resource of a workshop for trainee teachers. Tutor notes and accompanying resources needed for the workshop are linked below.
These materials aim to give trainee teachers confidence in being able to read, understand, critique and apply relevant research to their teaching, and help to break down communication barriers between teachers and scientific researchers. This will help them support children’s learning and prepare teachers to critically evaluate the claims and packages they...

things to do

James Saunders
things to do is a series of pieces which use a set of instructions in different categories (including noises, pitches, devices and processes) spoken by players and other participants during the performance and which govern the actions made by the players. Players respond to instructions they can hear by realizing the defined actions as soon as possible after they are spoken. The differences in each piece, and the relationships between the players and other participants,...

Empathy Group - Meeting 10 Notes, 3 May 2017

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the tenth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Re-writing the machinic anthropocene - Screenworks special issue

Charlie Tweed
'Re-writing the machinic anthropocene' investigates how speculative fictional methods in creative practice could be used to expose and rewrite the relations between digital technologies and the anthropocene, and also how these methods could bring into view nonhuman voices and perspectives.

This item contains documentation of the Screenworks special issue: Digital Ecologies and the anthropocene which was co-edited by Charlie Tweed. This special issue was developed from both the findings within the practical works of this project...

Re-writing the machinic anthropocene - Symposium: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene

Charlie Tweed
'Re-writing the machinic anthropocene' investigates how speculative fictional methods in creative practice could be used to expose and rewrite the relations between digital technologies and the anthropocene, and also how these methods could bring into view nonhuman voices and perspectives.This item contains documents from the symposium which included a dynamic range of theoretical and practice-based responses from researchers, artists, filmmakers, writers and theorists. It aimed to foreground new political arguments, new modes of behaviour, new...

Puppetry as reinforcement or rupture of cultural perceptions of the disabled body

Laura Purcell-Gates & Emma Fisher
This article proposes puppetry as a practice uniquely situated to intervene in ideological constructions of the disabled body both onstage and off. Examining our current and recent practice-based research that uses puppetry to intervene in cultural perceptions of disability, we put forth a provocation, asking readers to consider the ways in which puppetry practices can be deployed to enable performances by disabled puppeteers as well as in ways that engage with cultural constructions of disability....

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Science Literacy using the example of fish oils Version 1.1

Kendra McMahon & Alan Howe
This resource is used as part of a workshop introducing trainee teachers to primary science. It has a focus on explaining that scientific literacy is a key aim for science education.The resource invites trainee teachers to think critically about claims for the educational benefits of fish oil supplements.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education. It is one of a collection of teaching/learning resources developed to...

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 8th March 2017 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 8th March 2017.
Maggie Gee, Professor of Creative Writing, talked about her hero Frans de Waal’s view of the many animal cognitions (which tells us human intelligence is not necessarily the apex of cognition), particularly in relation to his latest book, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are, where he considers non-human-animal empathy and intelligence.
Meeting...

Empathy Group - Meeting 13 Notes, 23 May 2018

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the thirteenth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Empathy Group - Meeting 2 Notes, 2 May 2015

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the second meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Empathy Group - Meeting 9 Notes, 8 March 2017

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the ninth meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Empathy Group - Meeting 2 Notes, 2 May 2015

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the second meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Mbira Hut Project - Bath Spa University - Mbira playing ensemble

CHARTWELL DUTIRO
Bath Spa University - Mbira playing ensemble
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project.

Photos used courtesy of and with the permission of Sophie Lewis, Millicent Chapanda, Chartwell Dutiro, Paidamoyo Dutiro and Toby Farrow.
Photos may not be used or redistributed without permission.

Mbira Hut Project - Chiriseri, Kagande Kraal village in Bindura Zimbabwe

CHARTWELL DUTIRO
This item relates to the PhD research of Chartwell Dutiro at Bath Spa University, the Mbira Hut Project.
Kagande village is under Chief Masembura, in the Bindura district in Zimbabwe. This is the village where Chartwell Dutiro was born and where he lived for the first twenty years of his life.Ndonga Mahwe is a ritual ceremony taking place in the village. The community gathers for three days. There is musicking through mbira music, singing, drumming,...

Empathy Group - Meeting 1 Notes, 16 March 2015

Miranda Barnes
This item contains meeting notes for the first meeting of the Empathy Group, an interdisciplinary research group at Bath Spa University.

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Mindset Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 23rd May 2018 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 23rd May 2018.

Maggie Gee has chaired the Empathy Group since it began in early 2015. She has written 14 books which include several novels about the relations between human beings and the non-human living world, like Grace, The Ice People, and Where are the Snows and The Flood (2004). Some have been direct attempts to engage the reader...

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