Education and Interpretation

The following are articles and resources I have read on the topic of museum education and interpretation. If there is a resource you do not see here that was on this page, please contact me here.

  1. ‘PlayTime’ at the Peabody Essex Museum:
  2. Justice Ginsburg Urges New Citizens to Make America Better:
  3. Learning by Design: A New Era for Education at the Computer History Museum:
  4. White Supremacy in the History of American History Textbooks:
  5. A Student Advocate’s Perspective on Museums Advocacy Day 2018:
  6. Museum Education Roundtable, Yes, and… Comfort and Discomfort in Museum Guide Programs:
  7. Mobile Maker Space Gives Students Access To Design, Technology:
  8. You Want “Free” Museums? Then Show Me The Money!:
  9. Museum Notes, Education Committees: Stage-by-Stage:
  10. How Museums Are Becoming More Sensory-Friendly For Those With Autism:
  11. Play and Learning: What can children tell us?:
  12. Envisioning the Accessible Future of Peer Review:
  13. Institute of Museum and Library Services, Apply for a Grant:
  14. Hear UR Podcast:
  15. This School Set Inside A City Museum is Redefining Education:
  16. Managing Interpreters: Presentations as Road Maps:
  17. The African American Firefighter Museum’s MAP Experience:
  18. the incluseum, Whiteness and Museum Education:
  19. What determines which objects you see in history museums?:
  20. Boston 1775, “A Fifth of November Wagon Rolls Again”: