MASTER OF THE STORIES OF HELEN<br />
 Antonio VIVARINI (studio of)<br/>
<em>The Garden of Love</em> (c. 1465-1470) <!-- (recto) --><br />

oil, tempera and gold on spruce panel<br />
152.5 x 239.0 cm<br />
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br />
Felton Bequest, 1948<br />
1827-4<br />

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Ways of Looking | Tell me a Story Professional Learning for Teachers

Sat 3 Aug, 9.15am–1.15pm

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MASTER OF THE STORIES OF HELEN<br /> Antonio VIVARINI (studio of)<br/> <em>The Garden of Love</em> (c. 1465-1470) <!-- (recto) --><br /> oil, tempera and gold on spruce panel<br /> 152.5 x 239.0 cm<br /> National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne<br /> Felton Bequest, 1948<br /> 1827-4<br /> <!--4440-->

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9:15am–1:15pm
Saturday 3 August
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Teachers: $80
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Take some time out with art! In Ways of Looking, join NGV educators and guest presenters to discover different strategies and approaches to use in the classroom to foster students’ observation, interpretation and responding skills.

Stories are a powerful tool for learning. They link ideas, people, places and feelings and transform isolated facts into memorable details. Connect your students with remarkable stories behind works of art in this Professional Learning for teachers. Join Mary McGillivray as she shares some of the approaches she uses to create digital stories and consider how these strategies might be applied in teaching and learning across the curriculum. Discover how narrative techniques and technology can engage students and empower them to become storytellers as well.

All materials are supplied. This event includes light refreshments, please indicate any dietary requirements when booking.

Presenter Biography

Mary McGillivray is an Australian TikToker and Video Essayist making visual culture analysis accessible for the next generation. Mary has worked with art galleries and cultural institutions across Australia and Europe. In 2022 Mary received her MPhil in History of Art and Architecture from the University of Cambridge. She is currently completing her PhD at University of Melbourne.

Learning Outcomes

  • Investigate the use of storytelling in teaching and learning
  • Interpret and analyse the biographical information of key works in the NGV Collection
  • Develop strategies and approaches to include storytelling and technology in classroom activities

AITSL Standards

  • 2.1 Apply knowledge of the content and teaching strategies of the teaching area to develop engaging teaching activities.
  • 3.3 Select and use relevant teaching strategies to develop knowledge, skills, problem solving and critical and creative thinking
  • 6.2 Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.
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