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Museum Educator Series: Can you Trust Teens with History

by  Creative Learning Factory

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Teens can be a tricky audience for a history museum. How can you involve them in your institution? Our presenter will share lessons learned, challenges, and tips for you to better integrate the teen voice into your institution, focusing on the redevelopment of the Junior Historian program at Dallas Heritage Village.

Melissa Prycer, longtime Director of Education at Dallas Heritage Village, was recently named President & Executive Director. She succeeds Gary Smith, who remains at the Village in a part-time capacity, serving as Director of Strategic Projects. During her decade at the Village, she has launched a lecture series, hands-on classes for children, a preschool storytime, numerous collaborative events, and increased school tours. She was also instrumental in the redesign of the General Store exhibit into a hands-on, participatory space. Among other educational outreach accomplishments, she reinvented the Junior Historian program for teens. Over 40 teens are now active volunteers as the museum and have successfully completed exhibits in the Doctor’s Office and Worth Hotel.

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About This Program

Cost

$20.00

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Length

1.5 Hours


Target Audience

Education: Superintendent, Curriculum Director, Professional Development Director, Teacher(s)/Educator(s), Media Specialist/Librarian, AdministratorPublic Library: Library Staff Content Providers: Educator, Administrator, Curator

Minimum participants:

1

Maximum participants:

99


Primary Disciplines

Curriculum, Professional Learning Community, Standards Museum Education


Program Delivery Mode

Webinar



Booking Information

All Creative Learning Factory webinars are recorded live and then archived on our site for on-demand viewing. Registration receives unlimited access to both the live webinar and the recording.

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

In the rare event of a cancellation, participants will be noticed via email and full refunds will be given. If you're unable to attend the live webinar, links to a recording of the webinar will be made available to all registered participants after the session.

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

Contact:
Sohayla Pagano and Becki Trivison
info@creativelearningfactory.org
6142972527

Program Details

Format

Live webinar and on-demand access to the recording.

Objectives

Participants will explore the teen audience and examine methods and practices for creating a welcoming and positively challenging environment for teens within their museum and museum education programs.