ECPD Masterclass series 2016: Wednesday 27th April 4pm – 6pm
Playing with embodied narratives of professional becoming and learning
Canterbury Christ Church University – Lg25 (Laud Building)
This Masterclass will be facilitated by Gaia Del Negro & Francesco Cappa, the aims of which are as follows:
To demonstrate the use of a cooperative inquiry, biographic and clinical-reflexive approach in professions of health and social care as a tool for:
- self-reflection, expression and re-evaluation about yourself and your practice
- critical reflection on your life journey and increased learning from experience
- curiosity for other possibilities for your professional self
Gaia and Francesco will propose a possible way to reflect on one’s professional and personal journey of learning through a playful, imaginative and creative use of the arts and writing, with a view to helping you nourishing an embodied and relational sense of self that may benefit the provision of ecological, person-centred and reflexive care services.
There will be an opportunity to actively engage in the spiral of praxis, an experience-based and holistic method of co-operative learning, in order to contact your sense of self and learning journey via moments of memory, drawing, imaginative writing, group activity and final group discussion. Through a kaleidoscope of views and techniques, Gaia and Francesco hope to offer you a space to play with imageries of becoming in professions of care, where the personal and the professional, the individual and the collective may be respectfully composed.
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