2012

Understanding Interactions at Science Centers and Museums

Approaching Sociocultural Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-94-6091-725-7 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-2

    Introduction

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    Pages 3-21

    Using Sociocultural Frameworks to Understand the Significance of Interactions at Science and Technology Centers and Museums

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    Pages 23-44

    Changing Practices, Changing Identities as Museum Educators

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    Pages 45-61

    The Medium is the Message

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    Pages 63-77

    Family Engagement at Aquarium Touch Tanks—Exploring Interactions and the Potential for Learning

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    Pages 79-96

    Student Teachers’ Moment-to-Moment Reasoning and the Development of Discursive Themes – an Analysis of Practical Epistemologies in a Natural History Museum Exhibit

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    Pages 97-114

    The Impact of Exhibit-Based Professional Development on Teachers’Pck

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    Pages 115-128

    Exploring and Scaffolding Learning Interactions Between Teachers,Students and Museum Educators

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    Pages 129-145

    Look and Learn

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    Pages 147-171

    Activity Theory as a Lens to Examine Project-Based Museum Partnerships in Robotics

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    Pages 173-192

    Scaffolding Students’ Post-Visit Learning from Interactive Exhibits

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    Pages 193-206

    Imitating the Family Visit

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 207-209