Welcome to the PHOTOPEDAGOGY site
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our fund raising this year. We really appreciate your support for our activities, to keep the website up and running and help young photographers with their exciting creative projects.
Latest lesson resources:
Paying attention to the mundane
This is a lesson about photographing boring things. Boring, potentially, in the eyes of new photography students, who might be more enticed by skate parks and sunsets, or sports cars, or kittens...
What is a Selfie?
The photographic self-portrait has been around for a long time. What exactly is a Selfie? Check out this latest GCSE lesson plan.
When it comes to photography, can we really believe our eyes...?
From forensic photography to fake news, check out the latest A-level lesson plan 'The Photography as Evidence':
PhotoPedagogy at TATE EXCHANGE.
Thanks to everyone who came along on 6th February. Read more...
I was very inspired to be introduced to the PhotoPedagogy website. There is a real value for such a space to share learning, exchange approaches, methodology and refine practice. This coming together of learning for teachers and students is an incredibly positive thing and will help to not only build the status of photography in school and FE settings but also construct a debate and consensus about quality and what excellent work can be. In these times of challenge for the status of arts and what are perceived as creative or non-academic subjects in schools - there is a “real” need to come together, share practice and argue for the value of photography and its place in the curriculum.
-- Steve Moffitt CEO A New Direction
Just wanted to email you both to say how wonderful the website is, an inspiration! I'm only in my 3rd year of teaching the A Level Photography and your Threshold Concepts have helped, thank you! Keep up the good work.
-- Ian Woodcock, Heaton Manor School
If you're using the Threshold Concepts in your school or college let us know. Thanks to Ian, Tim, Simon and other colleagues who've been in touch. Better still, send us a guest blog post so we can share your experiences with the photography teacher community.
Hi guys. Just wanted to thank you for the great resources and inspiration you provide. I've learnt so much from the resources you have created and hope you don't mind that I have used a lot of them to design a new course. I've been particularly interested in the Threshold Concepts and am using them to help structure the new AQA A-level course I will be running from September. Thanks again for your inspiring resources and research.
-- Tim Fluick, Bishop Thomas Grant School
I just wanted to let you know that I very much appreciate the hard work and excellent resources which you have provided here. I have been looking for ways to help my students engage more with the conceptual theories which guide photography and your threshold concepts and supporting lessons ideas have really got my imagination fired up. I will be using them this year.
-- Simon Duffy
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