ICOM CECA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2011
Zagreb, Croatia,16-21 September 2011
OLD QUESTIONS, NEW ANSWERS:
quality criteria for museum education
Call for Abstracts: 15th April, 2011.
The aim of the conference is to discuss criteria for quality in museum education. What do we mean by "good" museum education? When it is good, does it mean that we are necessarily successful in what we do?
What do we mean by standards of museum education? How does the global crisis influence the quality of museum education? While some experience dramatic changes due to the crisis, for others the crisis is a permanent condition.
How do we adapt or fail to preserve the quality of our programs if and when a crisis is actually a permanent condition?
We are also interested in considering issues related to "good" education for museum educators / teachers. How have training programs for Museum Education evolved in recent decades?
How have these changes been reflected in the performance of education?
Do we perform "special education" in museums, or are we involved in a broader field of "cultural education"?
How can we help those who have no formal training in museum education to work as professional educators?
Are there links between the motivation of professionals and the quality of museum education?
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: If you are interested in contributing to this international and interdisciplinary conference, please fill in the form and submit it by 15th April, 2011.
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