Beth Pickard’s passion for working with children and young people with additional learning needs is fuelled by personal and professional experience, which continues to underpin and motivate her work: challenging the dominant medical model of disability.

After four years of part and full-time teaching, she is now teaching and challenging perspectives across a wide range of courses and disciplines. Becoming a Course Leader has been a vehicle for sharing her passion and worldview with others, whether staff or students, and of developing curricula which embed an affirmative approach to disability and the arts through mutually-informing community collaborations that set the foundations for extracurricular and sustainable, alumni partnership.

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TitleNational Teaching Fellowship - Miss Beth Pickard
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletHigher Education Academy
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date30/08/18
DescriptionBeth Pickard’s passion for working with children and young people with additional learning needs is fuelled by personal and professional experience, which continues to underpin and motivate her work: challenging the dominant medical model of disability.

After four years of part and full-time teaching, she is now teaching and challenging perspectives across a wide range of courses and disciplines. Becoming a Course Leader has been a vehicle for sharing her passion and worldview with others, whether staff or students, and of developing curricula which embed an affirmative approach to disability and the arts through mutually-informing community collaborations that set the foundations for extracurricular and sustainable, alumni partnership.
Producer/AuthorHigher Education Academy
PersonsBeth Pickard

Description

Beth Pickard’s passion for working with children and young people with additional learning needs is fuelled by personal and professional experience, which continues to underpin and motivate her work: challenging the dominant medical model of disability.

After four years of part and full-time teaching, she is now teaching and challenging perspectives across a wide range of courses and disciplines. Becoming a Course Leader has been a vehicle for sharing her passion and worldview with others, whether staff or students, and of developing curricula which embed an affirmative approach to disability and the arts through mutually-informing community collaborations that set the foundations for extracurricular and sustainable, alumni partnership.

Period30 Aug 2018

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