The course is divided into two parts; one of 2.5 credits and one of 5 credits.
Course part 1 (2.5 ect): 1 September - 1 November 2023
Friday 1 September 2023 at 9-16 hrs (class)
Tuesday 31 October or Wednesday 1 November 2023 at 9-16 hrs (examination, students choose one of the days)
Course part 2 (5 hp): 12 Januari - 16 April 2024
Friday 12 January 2024 at 9-16 hrs (class)
Monday 15 or Tuesday 16 April 2024 at 9-16 hrs (examination, students choose one of the days)
The first course part (2.5 credits) focuses on A/R/Tography as theory and methodology. It begins with a full day digital seminar where the focus is on what A/R/Tography is. Your own individual work between seminars consists of a literature review and interview of an a/r/tographer of your own choice. The discoveries that are made through the course are reported and assessed through a digital exhibition for fellow students and course coordinators.
The second course part focuses on the implementation of an own a/r/tographic process. The process begins during a joint digital seminar day. Your own work between seminar consists of carrying out your own a/r/tographic project through/with your own teaching practice, peer guidance and guidance with the course coordinator. The discoveries that are made through the course are reported and assessed through a digital exhibition for fellow students and course coordinators.
The focus is on developing an a/r/topographic, explorative, and emerging approach to one’s own teaching practice, as well as being able to supervise a/r/topographic processes.