Why Museum Learning?
Children and young people who visit museums do better.
Museum Learning is not just about trips and events, it is a way of thinking. We use museums and material culture as a method of enquiry to create well-rounded citizens, aware of their place in the world. Museum Learning creates vivid life experiences rather than approaching learning through a secondary source.
Our case studies show Museum Learning projects improve students’ skills, knowledge and enjoyment. We believe Museum Learning adds context, makes links between subjects and helps students get underneath the skin of things.
If you would like to find out more about our learning approach you can:
- Download our Vision for Museum Learning
- Hear Naomi Hudson, our Museum Learning Officer, discuss Pedagogy
- View our project planning tools
If you would like to find out more about these ideas you can look at Winchester University’s Centre for Real World Learning or Culture Case at Kings College London.