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  • Explainer training, freedomand professionalism
    A training model for "not-only-explainers“
    2011/05/28 12:00h
    Pere Viladot / Esther López / LlucPejó
  • Main topics of the presentation
  • Not-only-explainers
    A kind of professional
  • Professionalism
    Explainers
    Educators
    Mediators
    Science communicators
    Edutainers
    Pilots
    ...
    Educators
  • Professionalism
    From a explainer who transmit others ideas
  • To a kind of professional
    whotakes part on
  • partnership
    A joint project
  • Partnership
    University theoretical basis
    Museums background
    Training
  • Partnership outcome on scientific museum education
    Permanent working group (GTEMC)
    Research
    Training
  • The activity: Self action Thinking
    A model of training
  • Educators context
    Outsourcing diversity
    Basic training diversity
    Diversity!
    Implication on activities diversity
    Wage diversity
    Individual concerns diversity
  • Museums and science centres context
    Public / private
    Outsourcing diversity
    Diversity!!
    Educators team expertise diversity
    Good / bad relationship
    Educators team management diversity
  • Users context
    Cultural point of view
    Expert / non- expert audience
    School audience
    Diversity!!!
    Educational point of view
    Familiar audience
    Elder audience
    Adult audience
  • Focus on
    Activity
  • Training methodological axis
  • Complexity paradigm
    Quantity
    Quality
    Status
    Processes
    Science as a way of thinking
    COMPLEXITY
    Identities
    Patterns
    Objects
    Relations
  • Educator’s self-action thinking
    Thinking
    Act
    Communicate
  • Educator’s self-action thinking
    Knowledge construction together
    Exchange
    Practice
  • Activity as a prism
    Knowledge construction
    together
    Activity
    Conceptual thinking:
    Experts contribution
    Educator’s thinking:
    Working groups
    Looking at...
  • The team
    Thank you!
    Salva
    Pere
    Neus
    Teresa
    Josep
    Teresa
    Esther
    Marta
    Carles
    Ruth
    Lluc
    Montse