More about Simone Maier
Simone grew up near Melbourne, Australia. In 2000, she was awarded a BA in English and Visual Performing Arts from Monash University before moving to the UK. She worked in IT for more than a decade until returning to study BA Fine Arts (Hons), graduating for a second time in 2018. In 2019, she was awarded a PGCert & became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
Simone is currently studying towards an MA in art education at the Institute of Education, UCL.
Simone teaches with a social constructivist pedagogy and her creative practice engages with sculpture, with reoccurring themes including the boundaries between poetry and sculpture. She also leads the AAD's foundation's Critical Creative Practice module & tutors in the art studio.
Maier, S (2022) Finding it Sticky: ESJ and the Foundation Art, Architecture & Design Course. Investigations in university teaching and learning, 13: ISSN 1740-5106
Abegglen, S., Burns, T., Maier, S. & Sinfield, S. (2020). ‘Supercomplexity: Acknowledging Students’ Lives in the 21st Century University’. London. Journal of Innovative Practice in Higher Education. Vol. 4 (1) April 2020, PP. 20 - 38.
Abegglen, S., Burns, T., Maier, S. & Sinfield, S. (2020). ‘Global University, Local Issues: Taking a Creative and Humane Approach to Learning & Teaching’. Blessinger, P., Makhanya, M. and Sengupta, E. (eds.) Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning (Vol 27). UK: Emerald Publishing. Pp.75 - 92
Barczezski, M., Beckles, K., Maier, S. (2023) ‘Humane relationships: Reflections on dialogue and collaboration on the Foundation Art, Architecture & Design course’ in Abegglen, S., Burns, T., Maier, S. & Sinfield, S. (eds). Collaboration in Higher Education: A New Ecology of Practice. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 220 -224.
Simone Maier (FHEA)