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Svitlana Tymkiv – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
This article describes the state of museum education in Ukrainian museums after the Russian armed invasion. The research was based on interviews with museum workers from five cities in Ukraine. Museums represent different regions of Ukraine and museums of different directions. The author analyzes what changes have taken place in educational work…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Museums, Educational Practices
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Farina Asche; Susan Plawecki – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
With the renovation of the building and the redesign of the Wien Museum's (the City Museum of Vienna) permanent exhibition, the Nazi period is now finally being told as part of the city's history after decades of neglect. The education department was thus faced with the task of including these important and multifaceted topics in our educational…
Descriptors: Crime, War, Death, Jews
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Selma Zaiane-Ghalia; Lamine Kamano; Takam Djambong – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
This paper presents the results of a collaborative study highlighting the pedagogical approaches used by faculty during visits to the Musée acadien de l'Université de Moncton (MAUM). This qualitative-based study was conducted with a sample of nine participants representing various disciplines from three major faculties. Thematic analysis revealed…
Descriptors: Museums, Foreign Countries, Educational Facilities, Teaching Methods
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Karin Schneider – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Models of education that we find in city museums in Austria bear the danger of avoiding discussing the Nazi past. But on the other hand, there is potential in the freedom of being about to skirt it. The lack of pressure to address the topic can lead to a more open approach in discussions, but the ease with which the topic can be avoided is…
Descriptors: Museums, Foreign Countries, Educational Facilities, Authoritarianism
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Julia Sarbo – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Amsterdam's National Holocaust Museum is due to open in March 2024. It is the first and only museum to tell the story of the attempt by the Nazis to eradicate Jews from the Netherlands, a history of segregation, persecution, and murder. Yet the story is also one of rescue, survival, and solidarity. One of the museum's main goals is to engage…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Museums, History Instruction, Jews
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Avril Alba – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Australian Holocaust museums are at a crossroads regarding their exhibitions and educational programming. Originally survivor driven initiatives, they now face the dual challenge of negotiating the loss of the survivor generation and interpreting the goals of Holocaust education in light of their absence. To do so, they must confront the question…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, War, Jews, Death
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Patoo Cusripituck; Riemer Knoop; Jitjayang Yamabhai – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Several ethnic groups in Thailand consider themselves oppressed; arguably, Thai society lacks suitable platforms for multiple voices and perspectives. "Vivid Ethnicity," a mobile museum constituted by Mahidol University, addresses this issue. Adapting Kenneth Burke's concept of the "dramatistic pentad," communication theory,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups, Disadvantaged, Power Structure
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Maria Fusté Forné – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
The relationships between museums and schools have been strengthened in recent years but little previous research has studied the activities that museums offer for children from 0 to 6. The present article analyses the role of early childhood education in museums' programs in Catalonia. A total of 118 museums and 296 activities have been analyzed…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Museums, Young Children, Foreign Countries
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Neta Shaby; Orit Ben-Zvi Assaraf – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Narratives, or stories, are used every day by people as a way of making sense of and communicating events in the world. Narratives can be highly useful as a learning tool in science education. Though research on narrative-based pedagogy in science education and communication is very common, most of that research was done in formal settings. Our…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 4, Science Education, Museums
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Andrea Szonyi – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
The article explores how video-testimony can be effectively harnessed for education in various contexts: classroom, and public remembrance spaces including museums, in a localized manner to develop empathy, critical thinking, and civic engagement in students and the methodological culture of educators. The article focuses on the testimonies of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Personal Narratives, Video Technology, Perspective Taking
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Wolfgang Schmutz; Yariv Lapid; Paul Salmons – Journal of Museum Education, 2024
Educational visits to historical sites related to the Holocaust face significant constraints: Groups have limited time to see the site; guides are meeting students for the first time; they do not know them or what preparation (if any) students have had. Teachers and students expect guides to share their expertise, show them the most important…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Place Based Education, European History, Jews
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Michaelson, Laura E.; Niebaum, Jesse C.; Brenkert, Sarah; Dostart, Grace L.; Munakata, Yuko – Journal of Museum Education, 2023
Increased recognition of the need to study child development outside of research labs in naturalistic contexts has led to the formation of partnerships between researchers and museums. Researcher-museum partnerships provide researchers access to families and naturalistic contexts in museums to study learning and social development. Although…
Descriptors: Museums, Child Development, Partnerships in Education, Parent Child Relationship
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Kollmann, Elizabeth Kunz; Anderson, Allison; Beyer, Marta; Velázquez, Hever; Bequette, Marjorie; Haupt, Gretchen; Weitzman, Owen – Journal of Museum Education, 2023
Educators play a key role in facilitating interactive learning experiences in informal science education settings, such as science centers and museums. Despite their importance, research around facilitation has generally focused on visitor impacts and not the strategies used by the educators themselves. The "ChemAttitudes" project…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Science Instruction, Hands on Science, Teaching Methods
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Flax, Corinne – Journal of Museum Education, 2023
This article seeks to illustrate the outcome of entering partnerships with open and flexible goals and lines of communication. Two unique, long-term partnerships at a medium-sized, regional museum of art and science are described, with details of the impact of these partnerships and different audiences served. Using current research on best…
Descriptors: Museums, Partnerships in Education, Art Education, Science Education
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Jenkins, Stephanie – Journal of Museum Education, 2023
This article explores the use of an interactive mnemonic device called a "Map of Memories" to navigate the museum theater production "Our Footprints," staged in 2017 in the Bergtheil Museum in Durban, South Africa. The Map is an interactive tool used by audience members to explore the exhibits and the performance through…
Descriptors: Mnemonics, Museums, Teaching Methods, Audiences
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