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Tsakmakidou, Zoi
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2018-08-22T08:43:20Z
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2018-08-23T00:00:13Z
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2018-08-22
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29219
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Museum education
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Learning theories
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Constructivism
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Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
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Museum of Photography in Thessaloniki
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State Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki
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dc.title
Learning Through the Arts: Educational Programs of Three Thessaloniki Museums from 2012-2017 for Children between 4-12 years old
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masterThesis
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educational Programs of Three Thessaloniki Museums from 2012-2017 for Children between 4-12 years old
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The objective of this paper is to designate the significance of museum education in the 21st century and at the same time to recognize the great impact that the educational programs have on informal learning for children aged 4-12. Their subject matter is mainly the children’s interaction with art exhibits and generally with the museum world. Additionally, it examines and explains the fact that constructivism is the most effective learning theory making it is the most popular theory among museums. Moreover, this paper focuses on the implementation of technology in museums both in a national and an international level. This thesis analyses the global state-of-art museum education and finally measures the impact on a local level. Three museums of Thessaloniki, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Photography and the State Museum of Contemporary Art participated in a questionnaire research regarding the educational programs that took place in their museums from 2012-2017. Both the bibliographical and the in site research has led to the conclusion that the participation and involvement in educational programs is an indisputable part of the cultural and educational development of children in the 21st century.
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Museums--Educational aspects
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Museum techniques
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, MA in Art, Law and Economy
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heal.publicationDate
2018-08-12
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The objective of this paper is to designate the significance of museum education in the 21st century and at the same time to recognize the great impact that the educational programs have on informal learning for children aged 4-12. Their subject matter is mainly the children’s interaction with art exhibits and generally with the museum world. Additionally, it examines and explains the fact that constructivism is the most effective learning theory making it is the most popular theory among museums. Moreover, this paper focuses on the implementation of technology in museums both in a national and an international level. This thesis analyses the global state-of-art museum education and finally measures the impact on a local level. Three museums of Thessaloniki, the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Photography and the State Museum of Contemporary Art participated in a questionnaire research regarding the educational programs that took place in their museums from 2012-2017. Both the bibliographical and the in site research has led to the conclusion that the participation and involvement in educational programs is an indisputable part of the cultural and educational development of children in the 21st century.
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Contents ABSTRACT ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I CONTENTS III INTRODUCTION 1 DEFINING THE MUSEUM AND MUSEUM EDUCATION 3 MUSEUM EDUCATION………………………………………………………………………………………….…12 HOW CHILDREN LEARN IN THE MUSEUM 15 LEARNING THEORIES 20 CONSTRUCTIVISM 22 ICOM, CECA AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND COMMUNICATION OF THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORTS 25 ICOM ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………25 CECA 27 THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND COMMUNICATION OF THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND SPORTS 28 THE STATE-OF-ART MUSEUMS EDUCATION 29 THE GREEK SITUATION 32 CASE STUDIES 34 ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF THESSALONIKI 35 MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN THESSALONIKI 36 THE GREEK STATE MUSEUMS OF CONTEMPORARY ART 36 RESEARCH FINDINGS 36 CONCLUSIONS 43 BIBLIOGRAPHY 51 APPENDIX 1 1 APPENDIX 2 3
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Veleni, Themis
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heal.committeeMemberName
Kaissis, Athanasios
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heal.academicPublisher
IHU
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heal.academicPublisherID
ihu
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heal.numberOfPages
69
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heal.spatialCoverage
Thessaloniki
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Greece
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heal.temporalCoverage
2012-2017
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