MAGIC 1 – 2015
Course Code: D2012G
Magic course given at DOCH
16 students from 10 nations: Sweden, France, Norway, Switzerland, Hungary, Finland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Portugal, Germany.
Tom Stone – Main instructor
Johan Ståhl – Course director
In the stated learning objectives, certain promises were made. It was stated that on completion of the workshop, the student should have improved specific skills and abilities, as well as having gained new knowledge:
• Be able to discuss and in practise work with misdirection and non-linear methods.
• Be able to work with the process of brain storming – visualisation – presentation in relation to a chosen theme.
• Be able to discuss and elaborate with the use of neighbouring art forms in relationship to the practise of magic.
Was the actual content of the course relevant to these learning objectives?
1: I do not agree at all / 10: I agree completely
Course was bit too short
The content of the course fulfilled all my expectations. The course was very well planned and scheduled!
Yes I felt this very much, In particular the group exercises that we went through was was helpful to fulfil this goal.
Yes, the content was relevant to attend the learning objectives. The content was, above all, very relevant for the students that attended the course (all experienced magician).
Very much so!
Even though I was perhaps familiar with some of the methods and principles discussed and taught at the course, this made me able to articulate my knowledge and thus put it all to use more actively.