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Museum Educator Series: Who’s in Charge? Experimenting with Shared Authority in K-12 Teacher Program

by  Creative Learning Factory

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What does “shared authority,” “co-expertise,” and “peer-to-peer learning” actually look like? This webinar will feature an introduction to these concepts by Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello, guest editor of the July 2013 Journal of Museum Education issue, “Shared Authority: The Key to Museum Education as Social Change” followed by an engaging conversation with Alexa Fairchild about ArtXchange, Brooklyn Museum’s innovative program for K-12 art teachers. Learn about successes and challenges of this approach, and ways to shift the dynamics of your offerings to welcome the expertise of your teacher audience.

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About This Program

Cost

Individual: $20.00

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Program registration: www.creativelearningfactory.org

Email info@creativelearningfactory.org with any questions.

Length

1.5 hrs


Target Audience

Education: Museum Professionals

Minimum participants:

1

Maximum participants:

99


Primary Disciplines

Curriculum, Professional Learning Community, Standards Museum Education


Program Delivery Mode

Webinar



Booking Information

To register for this webinar, please visit http://www.creativelearningfactory.org or email info@creativelearningfactory.org. If you're not able to participate in the live webinar session, a link for the webinar recording will be made available for all registered participants. Recordings will be viewable and available after the date of the webinar.

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

In the rare event of a cancellation, a make up date will immediately be announced. Webinar content is recorded and archived on our site, so all content will be accessible for all registrants.

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

-Introduction
-Featured Presentation
-Questions
-Conclusion

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