Tag Archives: project development

“Let’s back to home-ed” A social awareness art project

The original by Gov.uk REFERENCES Graham,Bekkie, 2021. screenshot facebook (Accessed 07.03.2021) Graham,Bekkie. 2021. Let’s get back to home ed. A social awareness art project. You tube. Available at – (Accessed 07.03.2021) Gov.uk Twitter. Available at — https://twitter.com/educationgovuk/status/1366282262657064960?s=20 (Accessed 07.03.2021)

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Artistic Director – educational research U.K

I have been invited to take on the role as coordinator of art and photography at a new enterprise that is being set up, to help hold and fund research around home education in the U.K It is early days, but the role will involve using my imagery in the website and any press releases...

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Time Radio interview

Today I was interviewed about my project ‘A Heuristic Interlude’ on the Times Radio morning show, by Jenny Kleeman and Luke jones – the interview can be found here at 3:18:05 – https://www.thetimes.co.uk/radio/show/20210306-5692/2021-03-06 I appeared with one of the mums from my project Katie, and the piece was on parents who were not home educating...

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TITLE – WHY UNSCHOOLED ?

“Everybody has been unschooled at some time or another in their life, simply because unschooling is how we learn naturally, without a teacher.” Danelle 2017 – Weed ’em and Reap. After my meeting with Wendy today I thought I needed to articulate more why I felt that I needed to call the project ‘Unschooled’ ....

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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT : Making the project easier to follow

After my 1-2-1 with Laia I decided I needed to do something to make the project, and the website, easier to follow. I decided that a way to do this in the interim, was to condense the content on the pages. For ‘A Heuristic Interlude’ this meant putting all of the individual films, together into...

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Competitions and open calls

Over the last week or so, I have entered the Belfast photo festival Open submission 2021 , the Photographic Museum of humanity 2021 photographic grant, and Arles Open walls. ARLES OPEN WALLS For Open Walls Arles I have so far uploaded one of the two projects I am going to enter. The free upload that...

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Project Name

I emailed the below to my tutor Wendy yesterday regarding a name change for my project. Wendy had suggested that ‘A Heuristic study’ wasn’t right for the project. I understood her point, that the word heuristic was problematic. It was a point that Brett Rogers (TPG) made when I met her last year as well...

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Contextual research – the importance of semantics

A topic that is constantly in debate in the world of elective home-education is the semantics involved in our community . I have just been part of a facebook discussion where someone was asking what people thought that the term ‘home-schooling’ meant. This was my reply – Home-schooling is the term given to children who...

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Contextual research – Anne Longfield ; Children’s commissioner ; Home educated children

17th Feb 2021. Anne Longfield, outgoing Children’s commissioner for England made her final speech as Children’s commissioner last week, this is the first slide from her speech. I think it’s important to include this here, as it needs to be known, and shown, what we are facing in the home-educating community. This is the current...

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This blog is written as part of my studies on the Falmouth University photography ma, an accredited educational programme.