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Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
140-летие
политехнический музей
Conference on the 140th Annivers...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
• Learning
• Visitor’s Identities
• Case Studies
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
• Learning
• Visitor’s Identities
• Case Studies
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
physical context:
6. advance organizers
and orientation
7. outre...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Learning Cylcle and Learning Styles, Kolb
Diverger
• Dreamer
• I...
Why do(n’t) they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Learning Tool Box, Claxton
exploration, inve
stigation, exp...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Flow Learning, Csikszentmihalyi
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Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
• Constructivism
• Visitor’s Identities
• Case Studies
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Visitor’s Identities, Falk
1.
The need to satisfy personal
curio...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Visitor’s Identities, Falk
2.
The need to share a
meaningful exp...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Visitor’s Identities, Falk
3.
The wish to connect with
things an...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Visitor’s Identities, Falk
4.
The need to deepen and
strenghten ...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Visitor’s Identities, Falk
5.
The desire to physically, emotiona...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
• Constructivism
• Visitor’s Identities
• Case Studies
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Tablet Computers in Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
‘Adults Only’ events in Science Museum London, UK
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Children’s Books Museum, The Hague, Netherlands
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
“Museum visitors come to museums and
bring the whole of their li...
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
ruben.smit@ahk.nl
Why do they come?
Museum Learning at the Core of our Work
Continium Science Centre, Kerkrade, Netherlands
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  1. 1. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work 140-летие политехнический музей Conference on the 140th Anniversary of the Polytechnical Museum Tuesday 11 December 2012 ruben.smit@ahk.nl
  2. 2. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work • Learning • Visitor’s Identities • Case Studies
  3. 3. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work • Learning • Visitor’s Identities • Case Studies
  4. 4. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work physical context: 6. advance organizers and orientation 7. outreach 8. exhibition design PRE VISIT EXPERIENCE POST VISIT EXPERIENCE social context: 4.cultural background 5.social interaction personal context: 1. prior knowledge, interests & beliefs 2. motivation & expectations 3. Choice & Control MUSEUM EXPERIENCE Interactive Museum Experience, Falk & Dierking
  5. 5. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Learning Cylcle and Learning Styles, Kolb Diverger • Dreamer • Imaginative learner Assimilator • Deliberator • Analytic learner Converger • Decider • Common sense learner Accommodator • Doer • Experiential learner Concrete Experience (feel) Reflective Observation (reflect) Abstract conceptualization (think) Active Experimentation (act) WHAT? WHY?IF? HOW?
  6. 6. Why do(n’t) they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Learning Tool Box, Claxton exploration, inve stigation, experi mentation, use of space and resources fantasy, visualis ation, storytellin g, to create and explore hypothetical worlds. creativity, germi nation of ideas language, reaso ning, analyses, communication.
  7. 7. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Flow Learning, Csikszentmihalyi C h a l l e n g e LOW HIGHS k i l l s HIGH Worry Stressed, Sad Boredom Depressed, con tented Arrousal Allert, Focusse d Control Happy, Confident
  8. 8. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work • Constructivism • Visitor’s Identities • Case Studies
  9. 9. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Visitor’s Identities, Falk 1. The need to satisfy personal curiosity and subject matter interest in a intellectually provocative surrounding.
  10. 10. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Visitor’s Identities, Falk 2. The need to share a meaningful experience with someone close and important to you in a surrounding that facilitates ‘learning’.
  11. 11. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Visitor’s Identities, Falk 3. The wish to connect with things and ideas that are considered as best and intellectually seen most important in a certain culture or society.
  12. 12. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Visitor’s Identities, Falk 4. The need to deepen and strenghten knowlege in a specifially content related environment.
  13. 13. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Visitor’s Identities, Falk 5. The desire to physically, emotionally and intellectually recharge in a beautiful and refreshing surrounding.
  14. 14. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work • Constructivism • Visitor’s Identities • Case Studies
  15. 15. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Tablet Computers in Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK
  16. 16. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work ‘Adults Only’ events in Science Museum London, UK
  17. 17. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Children’s Books Museum, The Hague, Netherlands
  18. 18. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work “Museum visitors come to museums and bring the whole of their lives with them.” Eilean Hooper-Greenhill “People do not come to museums for us. We tend to think that people are there to see the stuff that we’ve got here. But that is not true… They are not coming because of us, they come because of themselves!” John Falk
  19. 19. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work ruben.smit@ahk.nl
  20. 20. Why do they come? Museum Learning at the Core of our Work Continium Science Centre, Kerkrade, Netherlands
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