Embracing the value of drawing in reflective practice

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Learning outcomes

By the end of this seminar, you will:

  • understand how drawing can support the art of noticing and new ways of seeing
  • consider how drawing can be used to examine values, beliefs, bias and patterns of behaviour
  • discover how drawing is used across multiple disciplines to make thinking visible, generate ideas, solve problems and bring clarity to communication
  • recognise what stops us drawing and what we gain from beginning again.

Who is this seminar for?

This seminar is ideal for education leaders, teachers, lecturers, researchers and facilitators.

Venue

Dunedin City Baptist Church

19 Main South Road
Concord
Dunedin 9018

There is free parking at the venue.

Venue

Te Wāhanga Atawhai Mercy Conference Centre

15 Guildford Tce, Thorndon,
Wellington

How to get there, and carparking

There are a number of car parking options at the Wellington venue:

  • Hill Street Car Park:
    The Hill Street car park is 100 metres down the hill from the entrance to Guildford Terrace. It is directly under the Catholic Centre. Please note it is Early Bird parking only ($13 per day, cash only). There are 44 casual parks but it does fill quickly so if you want to get a park you will need to arrive early (between 7.30am to 7.45am).
  • Ballantrae Place Car Park:
    The Ballantrae car park is directly under the motorway. The best way to go to this car park is to come down Bowen Street from Tinakori Road and turn left into Ballantrae Place. Car parking here is $16 for the day. You pay by the hour and it appears to be coin operated. Again we recommend you get there as early as possible to get a park. There is a pedestrian walkway that runs from Ballantrae Place to Hill Street, a small climb on the way up but very easy coming down.

Venue

Kohia Education Centre

78 Epsom Avenue
Epsom 1023

Free parking available at Level 3, Gate 2, 76 Epsom Avenue.