Tag Archives: summer school

Getting the most from your life as a student

Getting the most from your life as a student

Life as a student can often be a whirlwind experience, packed full of socialising, parties, fledgeling independence and in some cases living away from home. It’s a lot to try and take in, let alone thrive in this busy environment. However, getting the most from your time as a student can be challenging.  We’re going […] … learn more→

It’s that time of year…

It’s that time of year…

As this post publishes I am on my way to the Tate Summer School, the gallery’s annual professional development programme for teachers. I’ve been making this journey at this time of year since 2012. This is my sixth Summer School. Why? Because I work as a partner ethnographer, “embedded’ in the Tate  Schools and Teachers team who […] … learn more→

School’s (not) out for summer!

Recently back from the Manchester Metropolitan University Summer Institute in Qualitative Research, a heady kaleidoscope of Deleuzean post-qualitative research ponderings. I am (incredibly jet-lagged and) completing a proposal for a 4-person symposium at a forthcoming conference in Australia. While in this conjunction of the summer school and conference worlds, Laura McInerney’s blog in praise of […] … learn more→