Beyond the Wardrobe…. Beyond the History…

Over the past year and a half, after I started dealing with my culture shock and displacement, I had the opportunity to step back and reflect on what is important to me in living history. We already know I love to research. What do I love more? Educating, sharing information … and … how to share information.

The techniques of sharing information goes beyond the wardrobe; it goes beyond the history….

With this in mind, over the next several months you will see a section developing on how to develop visitor focused activities and  how to improve your interpretation techniques. I will look at working with different learning styles, the needs and perspectives of children and families, how to deal with challenges such as the weather and anything else that comes to mind. I hope each reader will get something out of this section and will offer any questions or suggestions.

Published in: on March 30, 2011 at 9:27 pm  Leave a Comment  

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