Museum Educator Series: Programming for Visitors on the Autism Spectrum

by  Creative Learning Factory

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Aaron Feinstein, Director of Actionplay and The Miracle Project New York, will be joining Stacia to discuss the creation of museum experiences that respectfully invite people on the autism spectrum, as well as their peers and families. Mr. Feinstein will discuss ways of utilizing the museum space and adapting museum educational programs to become more fully inclusive of people on the autism spectrum and other differences of relating and communicating.

Aaron Feinstein is The Director of The Miracle Project New York and Actionplay, and an educator and advocate for people of all abilities. Aaron has created sensory friendly programming for children with autism and developmental disabilities at The Brooklyn Museum and The Brooklyn Children's Museum, and has directed the Miracle Project's inclusive theatre and music programming at the 92nd Street Y, Rebecca School, and Educational Alliance among many other leading schools, arts, and performance institutions. Reach him on twitter @thefeinstein
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About This Program


Individual: $20.00


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1.5 Hours

Target Audience

Education: Curriculum Director, Professional Development Director, Technology Director, Teacher(s)/Educator(s) museum Public Library: Library Staff Content Providers: Educator, Administrator, Curator

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Primary Disciplines

Curriculum, Professional Learning Community, Standards Museum Education

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Booking Information

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About This Provider

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Creative Learning Factory

Columbus, OH
United States

The Creative Learning Factory facilitates exceptional distance learning and professional development programming across a wide variety of subjects. Through customized hands-on, minds-on experiences, engaging workshops, webinars, distance learning programs, participants learn in a fun, highly interactive way, while professional participants leave ready to train, improve, enlighten and inspire within their own organizations.

- Engaging Professional Development
- Ideal for Teachers and Museum Educators
- Hand-on/Minds-on Experiences
- Inquiry-based Learning

Sohayla Pagano and Becki Trivison

Program Details


- Introduction
- Featured Presentation
- Questions
- Conclusion


Participants will leave the webinar with a clear understanding of how participatory experiences can be beneficial in their museum.