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Hi everyone, if you are a Table Captain at this year's Preconference, check out the tips on how to facilitate, led by Mari Robles!  
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This P2P hangout will explore university museums as teaching institutions and look at models and programs that embrace this mission. The session will be moderated by Jessica Sack, Jan and Frederick Mayer Senior Associate Curator of Public Education, and include Horace Ballard, Curator of Education at Birmingham Museum of Art ( formerly at the RISD Museum) and Susy Bielak, Associate Director of Engagement/Curator of Public Practice.  
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Wed, March 9, 1:00 PM
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Join a conversation about leadership and management issues as encountered by these museum professionals:

Jennifer DePrizio, Director of Learning and Interpretation, Portland Museum of Art

Ami Davis, Director of Education and Community Partnerships, Monterey Museum of Art

Amanda Thompson Rundahl, Director of Learning and Engagement, St Louis Museum of Art
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Leadership in Museum Education
Wed, May 11, 1:00 PM
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Join a conversation moderated by Melissa Covington Tanner, Family Programs Educator at The Art Institute of Chicago.

Panelists include:

Candra Flanagan | Coordinator of Student and Teacher Initiatives | National Museum of African American History and Culture 

Anna Hindley | Coordinator of Early Childhood Education | National Museum of African American History and Culture 

Margaret Middleton | Exhibit Designer | Boston Children's Museum 

Naomi Milstein | Executive Director | Chicago Freedom School 

Monica Montgomery | Action Director | Lewis H. Latimer Historic House Museum 

How can we bring more people with diverse backgrounds and viewpoints to our field? What do we need to start doing? What do we need to stop doing? What can we learn from the way we work to diversify our museum audiences?

We will work to create a safe and brave space to have these conversations.
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Diversity in the Museum Education Field
Wed, February 10, 1:00 PM
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Join the conversation about the role of publishing in museum education. We'll address the following and additional questions from viewers: Where can I publish? What are the steps to publish? How do I make time to publish? 

Panelists:
Cynthia Robinson, Director, Museum Studies Program at 
Tufts University; Editor in Chief of the Journal of Museum Education
 
Dana Carlisle Kletchka, Curator of Education at the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State

Emily Holtrop, Director of Learning and Interpretation at the Cincinnati Art Museum; NAEA Museum Education Division Director
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Important article that we can certainly apply to the museum education field.
“We need to update and broaden our definition of ‘diversity’ to truly reflect the complexity of our students’ identities…
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Join us for a conversation about teaching museums and how we balance the different audiences with whom we work. Hear from Horace Ballard of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Susy Bielak of the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, and Jessica Sack from the Yale University Art Gallery to hear their perspectives, ask questions and to talk about what is happening now and think about ideas for the future. 
 
Join us for a conversation about teaching museums and how we balance the different audiences with whom we work. Hear from Horace Ballard of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Susy Bielak of the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, and Jessica Sack from the Yale University Art Gallery to hear their perspectives, ask questions and to talk about what is happening now and think about ideas for the future. 
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Wed, March 9, 1:00 PM
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Hello everyone, some glitch happened and the hangout is happening here: https://plus.google.com/events/cchosbubqq0h43doh7eiup6dt4g?authkey=CPDvhs6Bl_jyHw
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I'd also love to see those.  Is it possible to email out links?
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Join us for a conversation about teaching museums and how we balance the different audiences with whom we work. Hear from Horace Ballard of the Birmingham Museum of Art, Susy Bielak of the Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, and Jessica Sack from the Yale University Art Gallery to hear their perspectives, ask questions and to talk about what is happening now and think about ideas for the future. 
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Wed, March 9, 1:00 PM
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Remember that you can add questions and comments throughout the Hangout using the Q & A app! And the Division will be live-tweeting the Hangout on Air (HOA) today via @NAEAMused. If you are tweeting, please use #NAEAMusEdPeers  to help us track the conversation.  
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The Museum Education Preconference of NAEA is scheduled for March 16, 2016. Are you excited? First time going? What's new this year? All this and more.

A lot has been happening within Museum Education division of NAEA since we last met in person in New Orleans for NAEA 2015.  Join the Division leadership as we preview the 2016 Preconference: Designing for Transparency and share main ideas that the field have asked about over past 6 months: 

--Who is working for you on the board level
--Update on our NAEA-AAMD national research study
--Update on divisional initiatives: Peer to Peer Hangouts, Viewfinder, Social Media teams
--Preview of NAEA 2016 division-specific sessions

Panelists:
Emily Holtrop, Director of Learning and Interpretation at the Cincinnati Art Museum; NAEA Museum Education Division Director

Michelle Grohe, Assistant Curator of Education and School Programs at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum; NAEA Museum Education Division Director-Elect
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Get Ready for the 2016 NAEA Museum Education Preconference
Wed, January 13, 1:00 PM
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Get to know Viewfinder, a new platform for peer-reviewed publishing in the Museum Education field! Members of the Viewfinder Editorial Board will describe this pilot project and its role in Museum Education. Celebrating the release of Viewfinder's inaugural issue on Leadership in Museum Education, contributing authors will discuss their ideas of leadership, and consider how we all can become leaders. We’ll also share how you can get involved with Viewfinder.
 
The Viewfinder Editorial Board is composed of Sara Egan (School Partnership Manager, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum), Emily Jennings (Manager of School and Teacher Programs, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco), and Chelsea Emelie Kelly (Youth Corps Coordinator, Park Avenue Armory). Contributing authors for Viewfinder Issue 1: Leadership in Museum Education are Deborah B. Reeve (Executive Director, NAEA), Ami Davis (Director of Education and Community Partnerships, Monterey Museum of Art), and Rachel Ropeik (Manager of Public Engagement, Guggenheim Museum).


The link to Viewfinder -- https://medium.com/viewfinder-reflecting-on-museum-education
The link to suggest topics -- https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1YpAG7CKmat9uChUo_q--iTRIYqRz2qGVN9LDS2jFsfY/edit?usp=sharing
The form to volunteer to be an author or reviewer -- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lRnhHITA_8V3tV5eTVgsFRVsdHGfObujjNO_NiA3Yss/viewform?usp=send_form
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Project Zero thinking routines mentioned on the School-Museum Partnership Hangout on Oct. 14, 2015
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Peer to Peer: Sharing ideas about Art Museum Education
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NAEA Museum Education division members were inspired by the thought-provoking discussions that take place between colleagues at the NAEA Conference, and wanted to continue the rich colleague-to-colleague conversations throughout the year.  This page is a platform for Museum Education division members and other colleagues  to continue sharing ideas and reflecting together.