Bookcase Found a good article? Web link? Video? Whatever! Something good to share with other museum educators? Please add it in the comment section below. Journals: Journal of Museum Education Curator: The Museum Journal Share this:TwitterEmailFacebookLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... 12 thoughts on “Bookcase” Add Comment Museum and galleries educators will love the Significant Objects Project: http://significantobjects.com/about/ An especially relevant follow-up to the excellent program at ACCA last month. Reply This special edition of the Journal of Artistic and Creative Education ( JACE) edited by Purnima Ruanglertbutr brings together authors from across Australia discussing issues central to the ongoing development and importance of education within museums. What are the distinctive characteristics and significance of museum education? How does learning occur in museums and what does it look like? Who is engaged in museum education and where does it take place? What are some of the benefits of museum education? This edition explores these broad questions through nine articles that individually address the role of museum learning as providing a transformative experience in a rich, ‘ hands-on’ and diverse environment. The authors present a wide array of case studies and examples from their institutions and their research, providing practical and invigorating discussions on the purpose, pedagogy and practice of museum education. To read more go to: http://jaceonline.com.au/issues/volume-7-number-1/ Reply Thanks Christine. Looks really interesting! Reply Discussed recently at our committee meeting was the idea of the “death of expertise”. This article presents interesting food for thought for educators and cultural institutions: http://thefederalist.com/2014/01/17/the-death-of-expertise/ Reply Bernard Salt – Trends Shaping the Arts On Monday 26 May 2014, best-selling author, columnist and corporate advisor Bernard Salt delivered a compelling insight into the drivers of social, cultural and demographic change in Victoria, and spelt out the impact that these changes might have on the arts scene. The presentation examined the macro trends shaping the outlook for the Victorian arts: how demography, history and business is influencing patronage. Bernard Salt is a Partner in the global advisory firm KPMG where he is the founder of KPMG Demographics. He is also a twice weekly columnist with The Australian newspaper and he has written five best-selling books on social and demographic change. Download the presentation slides as a PDF (PDF, 519KB) Bernard Salt – Trends Shaping the Arts from Arts Victoria on Vimeo. Reply American Association of Museums. (2005). Excellence in Practice: Museum Education Principles and Standards (Revised., p. 16). Retrieved from http://www.edcom.org Burnham, R., & Kai-Kee, E. (2011). Teaching in the Art Museum: Interpretation as Experience. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum. Clarke, A., Dodd, J., Hooper-Greenhill, E., O’Riain, H., Selfridge, L., & Swift, F. (2002). Learning through culture: The DfES museums and galleries education programme: A guide to good practice (p. 60). Leicester. doi:1 898489 24 6 Dobbs, S., & Eisner, E. W. (1987). The uncertain profession: Educators in American art museums. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 1987(4), 77-86. Hein, H. S. (2000). The Museum in Transition: A Philosophical Perspective. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press. Falk, J. H., & Dierking, L. D. (2013). The Museum Experience Revisited. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. Griffin, D., & Paroissien, L., (eds). (2011). Understanding Museums: Australian Museums and Museology. Canberra: National Museum Australia. Retrieved from http://nma.gov.au/research/understanding-museums/JGriffin_2011.html. Hein, G. E. (2004). John Dewey and museum education. Curator: The Museum Journal, 47(4), 413–427. doi:10.1111/j.2151-6952.2004.tb00136.x Hooper-Greenhill, E. (2008). Museums and education purpose, pedagogy, performance. London: Routledge. Mathewson-Mitchell, D. (2007). A model for school-based learning in informal settings. Australian Association for Research in Education (pp. 1–14). Fremantle. Perkins, D. N. (1994). The Intelligent Eye: Learning to Think by Looking at Art (Occasional.). Santa Monica, California: The Getty Center for Education in the Arts. Piscitelli, B., Everett, M., & Weier, K. (2003). Enhancing young children’s museum experiences: A manual for museum staff (p. 120). Brisbane. Retrieved from http://www.southbank.qm.qld.gov.au/Learning+Resources/Kids+and+Families Rice, D. (2003). Balancing act: Education and the competing impulses of museum work’. Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies, 29(1), 6-19+90. Ritchhart, R. (2007). Cultivating a culture of thinking in museums. Journal of Museum Education, 32(2), 137-154. Retrieved from http://www.ronritchhart.com/Papers_files/JME07_Ritchhart.pdf Simon, N. (2010). The Participatory Museum. Santa Cruz: Museum 2.0. Retrieved from http://www.participatorymuseum.org/ Talboys, G. K. (2005). Museum educator’s handbook. Museum educator’s handbook (2nd ed.). Aldershot, England: Ashgate. Tran, L. U. (2008). The work of science museum educators. Museum Management and Curatorship, 23(2), 135–153. doi:10.1080/09647770802012219 Villeneuve, P., (ed). (2007). From Periphery to Center: Art Museum education in the 21st century. Reston, VA.: NAEA Weil, S. E. (1999). From being about something to being for somebody: The ongoing transformation of the American museum. Daedalus, 128(3), 229–258. Woon, W. (2010). Mining modern museum education. MoMA Blog. Retrieved April 7, 2012, Retrieved from http://www.moma.org/explore/inside_out/2010/06/10/wendy-on-mining-modern-museum-ed Xanthoudaki, M. (1998). Is it always worth the trip? The contribution of museum and gallery educational programmes to classroom art education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 28(2), 181–195. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0305764980280204 Reply The Educational Value of Field Trips Very important research on the value of a single education visit to an art museum and the benefits for students. The study included 10,912 K-12 students and 489 teachers at 123 different schools. http://educationnext.org/the-educational-value-of-field-trips/#! Plus a summary article here: http://artmuseumteaching.com/2013/09/16/whats-the-value-of-an-art-museum-field-trip/ Reply Institute of Museum and Library Services – Growing Young Minds:how museums and libraries create lifelong learners – http://www.imls.gov/assets/1/AssetManager/GrowingYoungMinds.pdf Reply Want to know more about how to become or what it is like to be a Museum Educator? Watch these great videos made by Career Girls: http://www.careergirls.org/careers/museum-educator http://www.careergirls.org/careers/museum-educator-0 Reply Video and transcript: Aleks Krotoski on untangling the web Academic and journalist Aleks Krotoski talks about the ideas, challenges and implications of her book Untangling the web: what the virtual revolution is doing to you. Aleks writes about technology and interactivity for the Guardian and Observer newspapers, and presents the Tech weekly podcast. This event was part of the State Library of Victoria’s 2013 Digital Society series. http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/audio-video/aleks-krotoski-untangling-web Reply Professor Stephen Heppell’s keynote presentation at the 2010 Museums Australia Conference – 30 September, 2010. His appearance at the conference was supported by envi (Education Network Victoria), a state-based special interest group within Museums Australia. Reply The Family Learning Project: Encouraging family learning in Museums http://www.familylearningforum.org Resources at this website include some terrific videos and ppt presentations, particularly Lyn Dierking speaking about the significance of family learning in our society and how museums can benefit by targeting family visitors. http://www.familylearningforum.org/resources/videos/index.htm Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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