“The facilitated discussions that will take place as part of a museum’s intentional practice can lead to learning: personal learning and professional learning. Any learning that one might experience as part of their intentional practice is enriching all by itself.”
Read Randi’s new article, “Pursuing Learning through Intentional Practice,” on the American Alliance of Museums’ blog here.
Join us at the GWU Textile Museum on January 27, 2019, for a conversation with Randi about her new book, Intentional Practice for Museums, a Guide for Maximizing Impact. Randi will discuss her book with John Wetenhall, director at the Textile Museum. Find more details and event registration here.
Spearheaded by the Museum Education Division of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), RK&A conducted a national study of the effects of facilitated single-visit art museum programs on students in grades 4-6. Please find the reports as well as recordings from the recent study symposium here.
Randi’s book, Intentional Practice for Museums: A Guide for Maximizing, Impact, is now available from the publisher! For a 30% discount, purchase the book through Rowman & Littlefield using the code RLFANDF30 at checkout.