Date(s) - 18/04/2016
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Museum of Cambridge
Trainer: Katrina Siliprandi (Museum Learning & Development Consultant)
This course is ideal for any staff or volunteers working in museum learning.
Attendees will work together to explore what excellent museum formal and informal learning looks like, including looking at models of good practice such as Inspiring Learning For All and ACE’s Self Evaluation Framework.
The course will look at ways of sharing practice with colleagues, such as establishing peer groups to observe and feedback about each other’s sessions, and explore methods of reflection such as keeping a reflective journal and asking ourselves key questions like ‘what have I learned today?’
There will also be the opportunity to see and discuss some examples of feedback forms from the museum sector.
By the end of the course participants will have:
- identified what outstanding museum learning delivery (both formal and informal) looks like
- considered ways of establishing methods and opportunities for observation and reflection on their own and others practice
Participants will be asked to prepare for the course by thinking in advance about what good museum learning looks like.
Please note: Due to the limited number of places available on this course, for the time being we are only able to confirm one place per museum. If you would like to request a second place, please do fill in the booking form and leave a note in the “comments” box, and we will be in touch if additional places are available closer to the date.
Bookings are closed for this event.