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You can access resources from this week's Hangout on early childhood education and museums at this link. Thanks to our panelists for compiling this list!
NAEA Peer2Peer Early Childhood Education and Museum Resources : Sheet1. 1. Carolyn Eby. 2. Teacher Feature. Seecstories.com. 3. Pinterest. Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center. 4. Twitter, @siseec. 5. Facebook: Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center. 6. Smithsonian collection website: ...
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Our upcoming Hangout on storytelling and early childhood education in museums is next week! We hope you'll join us:
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Today at 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST: Join us for a conversation about embracing a digital mindset in museums with +Mike Murawski, +Ed Rodley, +Chelsea Emelie Kelly, and +Michelle Grohe.
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Join us this Wednesday for a conversation about museum technology featuring +Mike Murawski and +Ed Rodley! RSVP and find links to the articles we'll be discussing at the event page below.
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Peer2Peer - Teaching the Teaching Artist
Wed, April 8, 1:00 PM
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Join us for a storytelling-driven discussion on how children learn and how museums can contribute. We will think about how logistics and format impact content for children's audiences.  This is open to anyone no matter your experience level or comfort level working with young children.  Join in the discussion using the Hangouts Q&A feature.

Panelists include:
Sarah Erdman, Cabinet of Curiosities LLC
Meredith Downing, Early Childhood Educator & Learning Technologist
Melissa Covington, The Art Institute of Chicago
Carolyn Eby, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center

Access resources from this Hangout here: https://docs.google.com/a/mam.org/spreadsheets/d/1MNN8rZF3YPQzi_2CHusfh4-RscU3awMg34Z-sKV_ejw/pubhtml
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Peer2Peer - Early Childhood Education in Museums
Wed, February 11, 1:00 PM
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Caitlin, if you can't get it to work let me know! I can send you an "invite" if I have an email address
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See Jeanne Hoel's slides on her preliminary results of her volunteer vs. paid gallery teacher survey: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx-1Yd9z7janTENvOWJaLXRYVG8/view?usp=sharing



Formerly "Coaching Gallery Teachers" this Hangout will now revisit the often debated issue of paid vs. volunteer gallery teachers. We will hear from Jessica Sack (Yale University Art Gallery) and Juline Chevalier (Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University) who have gone from volunteer docents to paid guides and from Erin Branham (J. Paul Getty Museum) who experienced the shift from paid to volunteer.

We'll also be joined by Jeanne Hoel (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) who led a survey of the field in 2007 and again in 2013 to find out who is paying gallery teachers, who isn't, and how satisfied everyone is with their program. 
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Peer2Peer Hangout - Paid and Unpaid Gallery Teachers - Pitfalls and Perks
Wed, December 10, 2014, 1:00 PM
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Great conversation, thank you for sharing the research.
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We hope you'll join us for tomorrow's NAEA Peer2Peer Hangout on Air -- a discussion on early childhood education in museums!
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Check out the on-air participants for next week's hangout on Paid and Unpaid Gallery Teachers.
 
Formerly "Coaching Gallery Teachers" this Hangout will now revisit the often debated issue of paid vs. volunteer gallery teachers. We will hear from Jessica Sack (Yale University Art Gallery) and Juline Chevalier (Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University) who have gone from volunteer docents to paid guides and from Erin Branham (J. Paul Getty Museum) who experienced the shift from paid to volunteer.

We'll also be joined by Jeanne Hoel (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) who led a survey of the field in 2007 and again in 2013 to find out who is paying gallery teachers, who isn't, and how satisfied everyone is with their program. 
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Peer2Peer Hangout - Paid and Unpaid Gallery Teachers - Pitfalls and Perks
Wed, December 10, 2014, 1:00 PM
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Peer2Peer - Research and Evaluation
Wed, June 10, 1:00 PM
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Interested in shaking things up in the galleries? Discover and share ideas for offbeat programs and activities for family and teacher audiences, the general public, and fellow museum educators. Panelists will discuss examples of existing programs and how to foster experimentation at your institutions. You are invited to join in the conversation using the Hangouts Q&A feature.

Panelists include:
Rachel S Ropeik, Teacher Services Coordinator, Brooklyn Museum Theresa Sotto, Assistant Director, Academic Programs, Hammer Museum Michelle Yee, Tour Guide, Museum Hack
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Peer2Peer - Taking Risks in Gallery Teaching
Wed, March 11, 1:00 PM
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Who will benefit from this session?
• Anyone involved in training others to lead inquiry-based experiences in art museums, and interested in expanding their repertoire of training materials. 
• This will be especially useful for anyone who works with K-12 learners, as well as anyone who trains volunteers or new staff to work with these visitors during guided tours.

What can participants expect from the session?
• Discover fresh ideas for articles and books that can support the training of volunteers and new staff to lead inquiry-based experiences in art museums.
• Share benefits and challenges of integrating readings into training calendars
• Hear from a diverse range of museum education professionals

Confirmed Participants:
• David Bowles (moderator), Assistant Museum Educator for School Programs, Metropolitan Museum of Art 
• Mark Osterman, Guiding Programs Manager, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami
• Cris Scorza, Education Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
• Rebecca Shulman Herz, Rebecca Herz Consulting

TBD Participants:
• Niki Norris, Museum Guide and Curriculum Coordinator, Musical Instruments Museum

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• Michelle Grohe, Director of School and Teacher Programs, Isabelle Stewart Gardner Museum
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Thank you so much, Kathleen.  It's great to hear that the Hangouts have been helpful, especially for those considering museum education as a field.  We had over 89 live simultaneously viewers (not counting those sharing screens like yourself)--our largest audience yet for one of our Hangouts on Air!

It is a pleasure working with colleagues--we're glad this format is working for folks.  And we really mean it--if you have ideas for future Hangouts, send me an email at mgrohe@isgm.org. And please say hi in person at NAEA in New Orleans!  (this is Michelle)
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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.