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Museums for Children, Play in Museum Spaces, a caser study of work on Play at Eureka carried out by Susan Waltham of Leeds Metropolitan University

Museums for Children, Play in Museum Spaces, a caser study of work on Play at Eureka carried out by Susan Waltham of Leeds Metropolitan University

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  • Museums For Children: Play and Learning In A Museum [Semester 2: 15 Credit Points] ELECTIVES FAIR 2009 Module Aims Learning Outcomes Assessment This module aims to engage students in: On completion of this module, students will Formative: • Critical analysis and reflection on the have: Presentation using multi media to a historical and international • Critically analysed and reflected on the selected audience in Eureka! The National development of museums for children; historical and international Children’s Museum • Critical review of developmentally and development of museums for children; Peer and tutor assessed. Pass/fail. culturally appropriate provision, design • Critically reviewed developmentally and resourcing of museums for and culturally appropriate provision, Summative: children; design and resourcing of museums for (100%) • Research and critically reflect on children; A written report. appropriate strategies, knowledge and • Researched and critically reflected on The title and format is student negotiated. understanding for working with or for appropriate strategies, knowledge and The equivalent of 2000 words for 15 CATs children in a museum setting. understanding for working with or for Level 3 undergraduate. This module is hosted at Eureka! The children in a museum setting. National Children’s Museum which is located adjacent to the rail station in Halifax. There are six afternoon sessions which will run towards the end of the semester. Each session will include an opportunity to investigate the museum environment and work alongside museum staff. The sessions are delivered by a multi- disciplinary team that includes managers of Eureka! carnegie faculty of sport and education Learning Outcomes Module Aims
  • ELECTIVES FAIR 2009 Module Aims Learning Outcomes Assessment carnegie faculty of sport and education Learning Outcomes Module Aims