Constructivism in Australian Museums: An Interview with Dr. Louise Zarmati.

 

Please add your experiences with constructivist learning theory below.

Louise’s power point presentation: Constructivism and Museums_PPT

 

Thursday 27 March 2014
4.00pm to 5.00pm (Eastern Daylight Savings Time)

How Relevant is Constructivist Theory to museum practice in Australia today?

Louise Zarmati was awarded her doctorate in History pedagogy and practice in Australian museums in 2012. Her research took place in nine history museums in Australia and her thesis pointed to a disconnect between theory and practice.

You can help us interview Louise through this Google Hangout to explore museum teaching and learning theory and practice in Australia.

How to join in?

1. Download this handy guide with instructions for how to join a Google+ Hangout.

2. Find the event Constructivism in Australian Museums. An Interview with Dr. Louise Zarmati. Click Yes and +1.

This interview will be recorded and available via the Museums Australia Google+ Homepage and here.

"Constructivism" in Visual Art

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