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  Finding history where you least expect it :site-based strategies for teaching about the past /edited by Jill M. Gradwell and Kathryn H. Leacock. 

\"This book explores innovative museum programs across diverse sites. The chapters highlight how museum programming, object-based learning, and site-specific education can impact learning. It is aimed at educators, programing developers, university students, and teachers to illustrate the innovative and engaging programing anyone can do.\"-- Provided by publisher.

Call No. : LB1047 F56 2020
Author : Gradwell, Jill M.,1969-editor.
Publisher : -
Published : 2021
Category : -
Page : xii, 182 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Finding history where you least expect it : site-based strategies for teaching about the past / edited by Jill M. Gradwell and Kathryn H. Leacock. 
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xii, 182 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. 
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\"American Alliance of Museums\". 
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Includes bibliographical references and index. 
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Freedom conversation : connecting past to present with facilitated dialogue / Christine Bacon -- \"The most boring thing in the world\" : scrapbooks and the archives / Daniel DiLandro -- enLIGHTening the past / Corey Fabian-Barrett -- Art as history : illustrating your community\'s past / Michele Graves -- Vintage game nite @ the TR site / Lenora Henson -- Learning history one family at a time / Suzanne Jacobs -- The Extinct Birds Project / Jane Johnson, Twan Leenders, Alberto Rey -- History in a science museum? / Kathryn H. Leacock -- \"I cannot vote, but I can be voted for\" : a Girl Scout badge program / Ann Marie Linnabery -- At rest in the weeds : the restoration of institutional cemeteries / David Mack-Hardiman -- Windows to history : Frank Lloyd Wright\'s Martin House light screens / Gina Miano -- Cooking up history : learning from gingerbread / Jean Neff -- Bound in history : handcrafting books on the Roycroft Campus / Alan Nowicki, Amizetta Haj -- History around the block : neighborhood archaeology / Elizabeth S. Peña, Kristen Gasser -- A peek beyond the veil : spiritualist shorts at Lily Dale / Amanda Shepp -- Tracing the past for the present and future : an artist-in-residence program / Nancy Spector -- Getting you in the holiday \"spirit\" : it WAS a wonderful life! / Sandy Starks -- All are welcome : the museum as a stage for community dialogue / Tara L. Walker. 
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\"This book explores innovative museum programs across diverse sites. The chapters highlight how museum programming, object-based learning, and site-specific education can impact learning. It is aimed at educators, programing developers, university students, and teachers to illustrate the innovative and engaging programing anyone can do.\"-- Provided by publisher. 
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American Alliance of Museums, sponsor. 
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ห้องคลังความรู้ NDMI. 
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