Learning to Live: Museums, young people and education

Learning to Live: Museums, young people and education
Library Shelf Location 08.BELL
Publication Date 2009
Description This collection of essays, authored by prominent and expert figures from the worlds of culture and education, addresses key questions about the role of museums and other institutes of material culture in young people’s wellbeing and learning. Our aim in bringing their thinking together was to explore what museums, working with policymakers and delivery bodies such as schools, can and should be doing, both within and beyond the classroom, to inspire learning and creativity among all young people. Contributors: Kate Bellamy, Louie Burghes, Carey Oppenheim, Sir Nicholas Serota, David Anderson, Sally Bacon, Diane Miller, Estelle Morris, Martha Spurrier, Tim Desmond, David Fleming, Carol Rogers, Jane Finnis, Alec Coles, Kate Pontin, Jean M. Franczyk, Alexandra Burch, Mick Waters.
ISBN 9781860303242
Quantity 1
Pages 128
Editors Kate Bellamy, Carey Oppenheim
Format Paperback
Publisher Institute for Public Policy Research
Category Education/Learning
Keywords Schools, Young People
Language English

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