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NAEA Research Commission Interactive Cafe

Assessing Learning in Students' Responses to Works of Art
Monday, April 27th - Saturday, May 2nd

Event Hosts: Michelle Grohe (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum); Stephanie Downey (Randi Korn & Associates); Benjamin Tellie (Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Rockville, Maryland); and Olga Hubard (Teachers College Columbia University) 

The purpose of student interactions with works of art has been defined in multiple ways: from nurturing skills associated with critical thinking to enhancing empathy and cultural awareness; from learning about the history of art to nurturing profound experiences of artworks; and so forth. The way we assess student learning is inevitably linked to notions of how engagements with art matter. In this Interactive Café, researchers and practitioners share visions about the value of students' encounters with works of art and discuss how particular visions might influence-or be shaped by-approaches to assessment.

In early 2014 the NAEA Research Commission launched the Interactive Café - a home for all art educators to connect around research. The Interactive Café supports user-generated blogs, chats, image and video posts, and much, much more. The NAEA Research Commission invites all members to enter and creatively use the Café in ways that support conversations about research theory and practice in art education. Becoming a part of the Café is simple: simply visit http://naearesearchcommission.hoop.la/home and click "JOIN" in the top, right corner.
  
The NAEA Research Commission offers free, online events for NAEA members since fall of 2014. Events include week-long chats and blogs about important research topics and their application to art education inquiry in all settings.    
 
Interested participants in Café Events should join as members of the Interactive Café. Throughout the week of the Event, blogs, multi-media, and interactive chat rooms will populate the Café, sometimes with multiple events occurring simultaneously. During the week of the Event any Interactive Café member need only to log in to participate. Log in using your Interactive Café email and password - not your NAEA log in.
 
Should any NAEA member wish to host a web event around a research topic, we invite you to enter a forum at any time!
 
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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. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by NAEA Museum Education Division. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Peer2Peer Hangout - Paid and Unpaid Gallery Teachers - Pitfalls and Perks
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This Hangout On Air is hosted by NAEA Museum Education Division. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Peer2Peer - Research and Evaluation in Teen Programs
Wed, June 10, 1:00 PM
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This Hangout On Air is hosted by NAEA Museum Education Division. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Peer2Peer - Teaching the Teaching Artist
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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 - Wellness Programs in Museums
Wed, May 13, 1:00 PM
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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.