Learning in the museum is essentially free-flowing for the visitor, yet carefully curated by the museum to provide a valuable learning experience. This post looks at how educators can take these ideas and apply them to curate learning for students.
As a child I can remember running around the old Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney, where UTS is now located, flicking switches, seeing lights and mechanical things buzz. It was fun. I was the daughter of an engineer, and I think some of this rubbed off onto me. I always loved toContinue reading “SCIL Vision Tour 2014: World’s best museums are the epitome of personalised learning”