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  • Bringing the pastto life
    Role play
    in museum education
  • Quarantine Station North Head
  • Pioneer Settlement Museum Swan Hill
  • Elizabeth Farm Parramatta
  • First FarmRoyal Botanic Gardens Sydney
  • Role of fun
    Tilden Freeman:
    to make information active and relevant, to engage emotions on a pathway to intellectual understanding
  • Strengths
    synthesise
    physical
    Intellectual
    emotional
  • physical
    fully immersive experience or merely dipped into
    through the senses
    Multiple intelligences
    introverts as well as extraverts
  • Role of the site
    Meaningful context
    Authenticity
    Visual information
    Prompts curiosity
    Sensory information
  • Emotional
    Memory of facts or memory of your life
    Hormone cortisoltriggered, fusing memories.
    personally relevant and therefore engaging
    engaging empathy
    Lifelong memory
  • Perspectives can be explored
    from different groups at a particular time
    different values between now and the past
    reframe interpersonal dynamics between the students
    behaviours in different contexts
  • Changing dynamics
    Unexpected Dinner Guests
    “it’s not fair!”
  • Thinking skills
    Lower order thinking of comprehension and analysis
    Descriptive
    Contextualised and relevant = narrative of the past
    organising the new and old information according to their personal understanding
    Evaluation
    creative problem solving in decision making
  • Creative problem solving
    Decision making
    Within identities
    Standardised?
    - possible? Desirable?
    Multiple narratives
  • Role of teacher
    Presentism as a challenge
    What teachers should not do
    What teachers can do
  • Role of educator
    Teaching within role play
    Going off script
    Dealing with 21st century perspectives
  • 3 points of entry
    Previsit
    Introduction to the site
    Introduction within character
  • 3 points of exit
    Leave taking within character
    Conclusion of program
    Post visit
  • The Real Thing
    Authenticity = real
    Responsiveness = raw, personal
    Compare to Hotspots program/s
  • Suitability
    Age
    Ability/interest
    Modality
  • How to harvest
    Heritage sites ignite interest and curiosity by accessing the sensory and emotional.
    people who love history
    Is it at odds with syllabus objectives?
    role play has inspired questions –
    Is this true?
    How do you know?