This report, published by the Denver Art Museum, details the Museum’s process of creating new experiences for children and their caregivers by increasing the Museum’s relevance and providing opportunities for family participation.
This article is the product of research done by the FEAST (Facilitating Engagement of Adults in Science and Technology) consortium of European science museums and science centers. The report, designed to assist museum educators in supporting parents and caregivers in educating children in informal science institutions, explains how museums can help caregivers become more involved […]
NPR reporter Lynn Neary writes, “Literacy begins at home — there are a number of simple things parents can do with their young children to help them get ready to read. But parents can’t do it all alone, and that’s where community services, especially libraries, come in.”
Beverly Sheppard describes the learning bond as both the setting and the unique nature of learning that occurs in the midst of our intergenerational family experience. A Family Learning Roundtable Presentation by Beverly Sheppard June 14, 2005 Last week I received a birthday card from one of my sons that I decided was all about […]
Susie Wilkening, Senior Consultant at Reach Advisors, helps participants better understand their family audiences and what they seek in a museum experience. Reach Advisors is a leader in the field of museum market research. Engaging Parents: Challenges and Opportunities was recorded at Engage Families! Build Audience, Repeat Visitation & Enhance the Bottom Line – a workshop for […]