Hidden Curriculum /
(In)Visibilities

Most of the students in the workshops at Quintin Kynaston have only been living in the UK for a short time; their experiences with very different school systems in various countries became crucial for the discussions and associations around the so-called Hidden Curriculum. During the workshop at Quintin Kynaston school, the students introduced a new field of investigation, namely to interview teachers about their relationship to and associations with the Hidden Curriculum.

Annette Krauss in collaboration with students from Quintin Kynaston School, London: Sief Al Hakak, Laila Al Rida, Worood Al Rubaiyi, Evin Alaa Hussein, Abdul Basith, Bouchompoo Cook, Ahmad Fadhil Saleh, Wei Jia He, Gracia Katanga, Shajia Lima, Hubert Lubawy, Guendalina Marsili, Karim Masoud Calvo, Sara Mubeen, Prince Sarpong, Kitry Seydou, Amin Seyed Nikkhou, Sunbul Azizzada, Abdulaziz Alnassar

… produced by The Showroom, London 2011–12.

 

Performative situations:


How Students get A**

Sticky Notes

Missing Arm

C.T.D.C.

C.T.D.C.

C.T.D.C.

To be a Teacher or Not to Be

Look Unique

Uniform is Never Cool

My Second Best Friend

How do You Relate to It?

Seeking for Other Spaces


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