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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