TAKING OUR MUSEUM TO OUR HOME SHARING IT AROUND THE WORLD
SMALL SPACES ,BIG IDEAS
Using the museum visitor studies texts that exemplify the flipped concept by investigating the meaningmaking processes of museum visitors through an analytical eye focusing on meaning of engagements. The concept of narrative story telling is introduced human meaning-making tool through which museum run into can be understood as interpretive engagements
Draw, Write, Make, and Talk about art? Because it connects everyone to an enjoyable childlike curiosity and creativity, as an adult, often takes a backseat to other responsibilities and tasks
HOW TO Participate:
- Make a partnership between a class/school and a museum- between a teacher from the school and an educator from the museum
- design a learning plan taking the museum as a source of knowledge
- Invite the students to create a MuseBOX taking as a model a display room in the museum
- use methodologies promoting inquire, creativity, reflective learning; poroblem solving and self -evaluation
- Put it in Action: Preparing the visits to the museum; Visits to the museum ; Research; Plan; Evaluating; Group Discussions; Making; Final Product: a room of the museum in a box
- Make an exhibition of the boxes in the museum
- Send a report of you MuseBOX to InSEA Projects ( text; photos, videos)
- Exchange exhibitions between schools
WHAT is a MUSEBOX?
a 3D object about a room in a museum Make a box that can be folded in A4 envelop ( pop up).Light materials e.g. paper past, and mashie, cardboards, collages. Collapsible size is 8 × 17cm to be send by mail or an A 4 size 6.
CONTACT of THE COORDINATOR : PROF.SAHAR KHALIL . Email: SOLISHAKER@GMAIL.COM