This week on the podcast: I’m delighted to be talking to Jo-Anne Sunderland Bowe and we’re talking about how to teach with objects.
Jo-Anne is director of Heritec Limited, a UK-based heritage education consultancy which works on European collaborative projects. Jo-Anne has a keen interest in object-based learning and creative and critical thinking.
in today’s chat we talk about the values that drive her work and her passion for object-based learning and teaching.
We talk about what object-based learning means and dive into the processes around it – collective thinking, collaborative action, inquiry dialogue and the acts of wondering. Jo-Anne discusses the many benefits of working with objects and shares her tips for how you can better engage your audience with objects.
I hope our chat inspires you to think about how you might use objects of any kind to engage your audiences.
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Jo-Anne Sunderland Bowe on LinkedIn