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The professional relevance of museum educations

The professional relevance of museum educations

perspectives from the field

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Published by Left Coast Press in Walnut Creek, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museums -- Study and teaching (Higher),
  • Museum techniques -- Study and teaching (Higher)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[guest editor: Elsa B. Bailey].
    SeriesJournal of museum education -- v. 31, no. 3.
    ContributionsBailey, Elsa B.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. [153]-244 :
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19252456M
    ISBN 101598748858
    OCLC/WorldCa137237472

    Education-related activities, lessons, and resources offered by the Getty Museum for teachers, students, professionals, and the general public. 2 days ago  Specific mention of the museum’s role in education was avoided, while terms like “inclusive” were added in. For some members of ICOM, the new 99 .

    Even though research on drama methodologies in museum education is not a new approach, we propose a museum education project based on inquiry drama, as . No. 3 Place-Based Education and the Museum Fall, pp. ; No. 2 Critical-Thinking Skills in the Museum Summer, pp. ; No. 1 Digital Technology in Japanese Museums Spring, pp. ; (Vol. 31) No. 3 The Professional Relevance of Museum Educators: Perspectives from the Field Fall, pp.

    The museum education mix: students, teachers and museum educators by Janette Griffin Introduction. While some school classes may still sit in a classroom, talked at by education officers, or be met at the museum’s schools entrance and provided with rules and worksheets, there are now many innovative and interactive programs available in museums.   The book is grounded in well-established theory and research in history education, providing practical strategies for teachers and museum professionals alike. “The activities presented are representative of key issues with each type of museum, so there are core concepts that can be applied to other living-history museums or other historic.


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Beyond Teachers: Relevance and Value in Professional Development Programs in Museums: Journal of Museum Education Thematic Issue. Museum education is a specialized field devoted to developing and strengthening the education role of non-formal education spaces and institutions such as museums.

Its main objective is to engage visitors in learning experiences to enhance their curiosity and interest on their objects and collections.

A museum’s main responsibility to society is to collect, preserve, carry out research and provide education about the humanities.

In our contemporary life, this responsibility has to target a broader overall reach, embracing the global world and tackling different issues such ash as politics, religion and socio-economic differences. In particular, the book considers how the meanings constructed by audiences of museum exhibitions are a product of dynamic interplay between museum iconography and powerful images museum visitors bring with them to the museum.

In doing so, the book illustrates how the preconceived images held by museum audiences about anthropology, Africa, and. The earlier a child is educated on the importance of accepting and embracing diversity, the more likely they are to become kind, tolerant adults.

They Display Alternative Perspectives on History Many mainstream history courses and books are biased, focusing on the perspective of the dominant culture and ignoring the thousands of minority. The Museum as Excavating Unit The Importance of Archaeological Archives Current Issues in the Museum Curation of Archaeological Archives.

Implications 7. The Role of Archaeological Museums in Public Education and Involvement Gallery Displays Hands-on Access Events and Activities Access to Stored Collections. 1 day ago  “There’s so much power in picture books and so much that children can understand and be exposed to learn about,” said exhibition co-curator Virginia Shearer, the High’s director of education.

"Education is in a state of crisis. It has failed to respond to changing social needs—lagging behind rather than leading." The crisis that Jerome Bruner identifies in this volume admits of no eas.

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Alexandria, VA Museum decision-makers have moved on from regarding education as peripheral. But research for the MA's Collections for the Future report indicated that there is still not enough understanding of the opportunities museums have to help people be inspired and enthused about what they encounter.

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Newsom, Adele Z. Silver: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: University of California Press. At the beginning of the 21st century museums are challenged on a number of fronts. The prioritisation of learning in museums in the context of demands for social justice and cultural democracy combined with cultural policy based on economic rationalism forces museums to review their educational purposes, redesign their pedagogies and account for their performance.3/5(1).

1. Understand the importance of identifying the role of the museum audience in all aspects of museum work. 2. Comprehend and apply ways people learn in a museum setting. 3. Realize that museum education comes in many forms and it is as much an art as it is a science.

4. Have the opportunity to apply education theory to museum practice. Required.Learning Museum –13 is a nationwide multidisciplinary collaboration project involving 26 Danish museums (art, cultural and natural history) along with 13 colleges of education. 1 The project has provided a large group of pre-service teachers with unique opportunities to participate in training courses, academic internships and bachelor's thesis preparation work in collaboration with the.Education: Publisher: Maney Publishing: Publication type: Journals: ISSN:Coverage: Scope: The Journal of Museum Education (JME) is the premier peer-reviewed publication exploring and reporting on theory, training, and practice in the museum education field.