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					reinventing trips to cultural places
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venue’s learning aspirations
•   engage in learning as a conversation
•   participate in learning rather than provide
    expert opinion
•   understand formal curriculum and
    assessment needs
•   allow many paths and possibilities



Roy Hawkey, King’s College, London
http://www.futurelab.org.uk/research/reviews/09_02.htm


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Goals - open-ended and task
driven
•   Tasks and outcomes can be developed by
    curators, teachers, students and visitors
• Was the d-day a triumph or disaster?
• What is it like to be a child at war?
• To collect images of Manchester to use in our 'Sense
    Of Place' Art topic and our Victorians History topic
    later in the summer term.
• To study different aspects of the environment as part
    of Arts Week
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 lets go on a visit

       The Study Gallery

Cloud Factory’ was
 5 objectsCloud Factory
inspired by a fragment of
 2 pictures
16th century lace collar.
 3 sounds
Can you see how this 'lacy'
 4 comments
Wire, thread, fabric,
acrylic paint been put
structure hasand mosaic
together? construction in
on a wood
cloud




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some feedback so far
•   Bryony Kelly, Portsmouth Museums Education Officer, 'Every teacher who
    has used the service wants to work with it.'
•   A reluctant student “ One of the best places I’ve ever been to”.
•   Teacher at Urbis," We really enjoyed our day. They loved their visit -
    "coolest trip ever" was one of the comments!"
•   Teacher at Urbis,"The class were motivated and excited - they enjoyed
    every minute of it "
•   Student at the Study gallery,"Most people think going to galleries is
    boring, but when you put ideas on a web site and use the phones it’s
    much more fun'
•   Students visiting the Study gallery,"Sound interviews were great. It made
    me look at artwork more. I liked using the phones to pick out details on
    the paintings"


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                       1880        1990          2020


    objects            exotic     marginal      essential


    learners         tolerated   encouraged    empowered


       ict             none      alternative    integral

2020 vision (Hawkey 2001)



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