Museum Learning

Museums and children in the new age


Following the ongoing success of the Greek eLearning programme “Museum and Child”, the Museum of Cycladic Art and the
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens have come together to offer an innovative anglophone webinar on the link between museums and children. 

“#Museumlearning” focuses on the connection between formal and non-formal education and examines learning initiatives that engage students and children visiting with their families. It is addressed to teachers, museum educators  professionals of the cultural sector, parents and anyone interested in museum learning. All audiovisual material is accompanied by captions to respond to the needs of individuals with hearing loss.

The Educational Department of the Museum of Cycladic Art, one of the first to operate in Greece, shares its 30-year experience and wisdom through this eLearning program to help participants develop much needed professional understanding and competences. The program is structured in eight units, each of which focuses on a different aspect of the learning process achieved in the museum, starting with the theoretical background, moving on to good practices from cultural organizations around the world, and finally providing guidelines. The units are enriched by videos of lectures, notes written for this program an suggested bibliography.

The programme is scheduled to start on the 8th of April and will last 8 weeks; the Greek webinar on museums and children will be offered again in May.


Start Date: Apr 8th 2019

Duration: 8 weeks


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