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  • Acknowledgement of Ngunnawal people on whose land we are meeting
  • Audience is the starting point
  • Discussion with elders, co-presenting, finding expertise incl. Communication skills
  • Learning styles, relevance, WOW factor

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  • Andy Baird Manager: Centre for Learning and Discovery Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery Living Culture and History:
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  • 100% teachers reported increase in their knowledge through attending TMAG session
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    • Authenticity - Cultural transmission with historical connections
    • Partnerships for ensuring relevance and expertise
    • Thematic interpretation- use TORE™
    • Creating experiences – enjoyment + the WOW factor
    • Access to real objects, documents, artefacts, …
    • Engagement – the value of doing. Hands-on practical.
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