Museum education is evolving, and so are the ways we engage our audiences. The days of traditional lecture-style tours are numbered, as more and more… Read More »Inquiry-based learning in the museum: A beginner’s guide
In this article, we’re diving into the world of thinking routines and exploring their application in museums. If you’re eager to get started with thinking… Read More »Thinking routines in museums: A guide to getting started
In this special 100th episode of The Art Engager podcast, I’m chatting to educator, researcher, author, and speaker Dr Ron Ritchhart. Ron Ritchhart recently retired… Read More »Creating cultures of thinking in museums with Ron Ritchhart
This week I’m exploring an innovative project at the National Civil War Centre in Newark, England developing creative writing skills through art and using thinking… Read More »Collect Connect Create: Thinking Routines and Creative Writing
Are you tired of using the same old thinking routines in your museum and gallery programmes? If so, it’s time to shake things up and… Read More »Three new thinking routines to try in your museum and gallery programmes
INTRODUCTION I know thinking routines are a huge crowd pleaser. I’m their biggest fan too – they have fundamentally changed the way I lead discussions… Read More »6 benefits of using thinking routines in the museum
INTRODUCTION Way back in 2011, I discovered the magic of thinking routines and Visible Thinking whilst working at a museum in Amsterdam. It was at… Read More »What is Visible Thinking in the Museum?