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Ruth Cuadra

Pratt Institute to Offer Master's With a Focus on Public Space - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    Pratt Institute's Architecture School this fall plans to start a master's program in "Urban Placemaking and Management"...to be focused on creating successful public spaces based on community planning
Karen Wade

We're way too obsessed with pushing science and math on our kids. - The Washington Post - 1 views

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    How important will the arts and humanities be in our future? That is the question!
Karen Wade

School spending by affluent is widening wealth gap - 0 views

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    What can museums do to help even out the gap in educational opportunities?
Lisa Eriksen

3 Things That Turned This Photograph Into a Ferguson Icon | Fast Company | Business + I... - 0 views

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    "More of the news we are likely to consume today is visually driven," he says. "A lot of knowledge is non-verbal." How do we use powerful images to convey knowledge and feeling, not just illustrate?
Garry Golden

What is engagement, and when is it meaningful? | Museum Questions - 0 views

  • Garry Golden commented, “There is always risk of being seen as trendy or just buzz– but ‘engagement’ is a huge concept being explored today by people across the learning world…. I think engagement is a concept worth exploring.” And blogger Gretchen Jennings responded, in a post on her Museum Commons blog,  that she has and continues to “[urge] museum educators to focus less on formal education materials and methods and more on interpretive planning in exhibitions and visitor engagement in the museum, both on site and online. So I have decided to explore engagement in more depth. What is it, anyway? What would it mean for the-profession-formerly-known-as-museum- education to facilitate visitor engagement?
Karen Wade

One man's uphill fight to stem childhood obesity - LA Times - 0 views

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    How are we going to deal with the serious, long-term problems of childhood obesity if the funding keeps drying up?
Karen Wade

Museum 2.0: New Approach, Historic Mission: Remaking a Factory Museum via Community Co-... - 0 views

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    Another great example of how history doesn't just look back, but helps folks move into the future! Why can't more history museums provide creative outlets for their visitors.
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