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When the best laid plans unravel, make art (and share it)

This isn't the update that we had in mind when we set off on our first Photopedagogy adventure to Paris Photo Fair 2015. Nevertheless, that unanticipated weekend - confined to a hotel with 18 very anxious art and photography students - still opened up new possibilities and experiences. You can view a Photopedagogy perspective of the Paris terrorist attacks in this recent blog post here.

Should your best laid lesson plans begin to unravel (or if in need of some inspiration for the new term) our growing bank of photography teaching resources might prove a useful port of call. A key aim of Photopedagogy is to promote collaboration and discussion so, as this term draws to a close, why not share your own successes - or failures even? Whatever your experience or perspective, we'd love to hear from you.

In the meantime, here are a few picks from this term...

How to respond to a weekend of confusion and anxieties? You can view Year 12 Natali's short film Paris Traces within this visual story...
Artist and lecturer Jim Hamyln shares his thought provoking explorations on "the way images actually work" Read more here...
Psst! Sneaky preview pic above.  Photoped poster for AD Magazine coming soon! Which of our TCs do your students encounter the most? Read more...
Exam season is approaching and for teachers of A level, there's a few decisions to be made. Why not add your thoughts here
The world's gone mad. EBacc SHeemac! Perhaps now more than ever, time to stir it up a bit: some 'Serious Play' required.  Read more...
Bresson's The Decisive Moment contrasted with Nick Waplington's Indecisive Momento, Two ways of looking, how would you read it?
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