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Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
Hands on! International 2011 in Slovenia
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  • 1. A WORLD OF STORIES
    The world is not made of atoms –
    It is made of stories
    Muriel Rukeyser
  • 2. GÖRAN BJÖRNBERGHEAD OF METHOD DEVELOPMENTRIKSUTSTÄLLNINGARVice Chair - Swedish Association of Museum Teachers (Fuism) M. Phil PEDAGOGY
    This is part of my public ladida
  • 3. OTHER SIDES OF GÖRAN
  • 4. GÖRAN
    WHO IS THAT?
  • 5. RIKSUTSTÄLLNINGAR
    Swedish Exhibition Agency
  • 6. RIKSUTSTÄLLNINGAR
    National agencyEstablished 1965
    Produce & tour exhibitions
    Social and geographicalequality
  • 7. RIKSUTSTÄLLNINGAR
    Based in Gotland since 2008
  • 8. RIKSUTSTÄLLNINGAR
    NEW MISSION 2011
    Support the Swedish exhibitionsector to develop
    & support the development of the exhibition medium
  • 9. 2 QUESTIONS
  • 10. Whatconstitutesgood museum practice?
    BEAR THIS ONE IN MIND
  • 11. Howdowe make meaning?
  • 12. Throughlanguage and symbols (semiotics)
    Disembodied, visual and intellectual
  • 13. Through action and partcipation (phenomenologically)
    Embodied, tactile, kinesthetic, emotional
  • 14. - Perception is related to actions
    - Room is experiencedthroughmovement
    - Objects are experienced by touch
  • 15. WE LEARN BY USING
    OUR WHOLE BODY
  • 16. 2 PERSPECTIVES
  • 17. THE NARRATIVE
    Narrative constitutesreality
    Jerome Bruner
  • 18. DANIEL STERN(1985 – The interpersonal world of the infant)
    • The childconstructsitsself – the identity
    • 19. This is done by conqueringdomains
    • 20. This is donethrough social interaction
    Daniel Stern
  • 21. Stern talks about5 domains
    The 2 final being
    The Verbal Self
    The Narrative Self
  • 22. A PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
    Socio-culturalperspective
    Every function in the child´s cultural development appears twice: first on the social level and later on the individual level:
    first between people (interpsychological)
    then inside the child (intrapsychological).
    Vygotskij
  • 23. The exhibition
    is a situatedpractice.
    Shift from teaching to learning
    The situatedpractice is by nature social
    from a teacher-centered to a student centered!
    process
    Languages as mediatingresources
    Zone of proximal development
    Learning – Instruction paradox
  • 24.
  • 25. This means we
    need to focus
    on the visitor!
  • 26. And the visitor as a participator!!
  • 27. The visitor as a consumer and as a producer
    =
    Exhibition 2.0
  • 28. 2 EXHIBITION PROJECTS
  • 29. THE JOURNEY BACK AND FORTH
     How to involve children in the process of staging a children’s exhibition?
  • 30. An exhibition for childrenabout the Prehistoric age, the present and the future!
    An exhibitionwherechildren´s fantasy meets science and contemporary art!
  • 31. ADVISORS
    10 workshops april - january
  • 32. .. workingtogether with the curator
  • 33. .. and with the pedagogue
  • 34.
  • 35. Travel memories
    Result of a workshop
  • 36. Working with MaisonBeton in the studio
  • 37. Solving problems together with Kollektivet Livet
  • 38. Workshop with artists
  • 39. AugmentedReality
  • 40.
  • 41. RFID
  • 42. A real artefact
  • 43. You canneverguesswhat this meansif you read it in
    800 000 years!!!!!!!!
  • 44.
  • 45. Theme ”Open Maps- Collective Homes”.
    Reflections over our living habitat as a prolongation of our selves.
    A room for change, creativity and identity shaping.
  • 46.
    • December 2009 – april 2010
    • 47. 15 children and youth age 10-16
    • 48. 1 a week for 4 months
    • 49. 2 longer workshops during semesters in the spring
    • 50. An exhibition by Ana Vieira as a trigger
    • 51. She deals with issues about houses, home, the border between privacy and the common, intimacy
  • The projectwaspresented in the Gulbenkian Modern Art Centre
    Discussions with city council to transfer pictures to buildings in the neighbourhood
  • 52. Whatconstitutesgood museum practice?
    BACK TO THIS ONE
  • 53.
    • CHILDREN ARE INDIVIDUALS
    • 54. THE CHILD IS COMPETENT
    • 55. OFFER A SAFE ENVIRONMENT
    • 56. TIME IS ESSENTIAL
    • 57. ACCESS TO THE ARENA
    • 58. RELY IN THE PROCESS
  • THANK YOU!
     Göran Björnberggb@riksutstallningar.sewww.slideshare.net/GoranBjo

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