When you have a minute you may also want to pick up Learning in
places: The informal education reader, edited by Bekerman, Burbules,
and Silberman-Keller, from Peter Lang. A strong collection of
chapters overall, and there is a great piece by Ash and Wells on
museum learning. Other chapters by Hull and Greeno and Nocon and
Cole, and others, really good as well. It's just been published, 2006.
Best - Jennifer
>One of the students at the mini-course asked me about CHAT and
>museum education. Do you know any research, names, programs I can
>refer her to?
>Graduate School of Education
>Mercy College New Teacher Residency Program
>66 West 35th Street
>New York, NY 10001
>(212) 615 3367
>I have on my table a violin string. It is free. I twist one end of
>it and it responds. It is free. But it is not free to do what a
>violin string is supposed to do - to produce music. So I take it,
>fix it in my violin and tighten it until it is taut. Only then it
>is free to be a violin string.
> Sir Rabindranath Tagore.
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