Educational Programming at Museums
An Informal Roundtable Discussion
Join Maine State Museum educator Kate Webber for a drop-in Q&A session to discuss your questions about educational programming in museums. Kate will be available to chat about issues including field trips, working with teachers, turning your content into educational materials, curriculum alignment, hosting events, finding interns, service learning, virtual vs. in-person programming, handling the wacky things fourth graders say, and more! This will be an informal chat driven by member questions, so drop-ins at any time during the hour are welcome.
This event will not be recorded.
Kate Webber is lead educator at the Maine State Museum. She will be answering questions and facilitating discussion amongst attendees.
Attending an Online Video Chat
To participate in this online event you will need access to a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. We will be using Zoom to host this event as an online videoconference. Once you register, you will immediately be sent instructions for logging in via automatically sent email.
If you do not have access to a computer or mobile device with an internet connection, you will still be able to call in on a telephone, but you will unfortunately not be able to see any of the participants or visuals.
Online registration is capped at 30 participants to give everyone an opportunity on the call to participate. Registration will be open through June 8, but may fill up sooner. If you join the wait list, you will be notified if space is made available.
This event is free for members. Due to the registration limit, participation is limited to members.
Members of MAM must log in to access registration. If you're not a MAM member, join today!