Archives for Learning and Education Section Events
23 MarALES spring training day: 'Archives go to school: creating educational resources for teachers that teachers want'Training | The Langley Academy, SloughFrom : Friday, 23 March 2012 10:00
Until : Friday, 23 March 2012 16:00
11 JunTraining | Hull History Centre, Lecture TheatreFrom : Monday, 11 June 2012 10:00
Until : Monday, 11 June 2012 16:15
28 NovALES trained event - Learning from Experience: How to Evaluate Education and Outreach Programmes and Develop Sustainable OutcomesTraining | Huntley Room, London Metropolitan Archives, London EC1R 0HBFrom : Wednesday, 28 November 2012 09:45
Until : Wednesday, 28 November 2012 16:30
ALES meeting and training event
Learning from Experience: How to Evaluate Education and Outreach Programmes and Develop Sustainable Outcomes
Huntley Room, London Metropolitan Archives Wednesday 28 November 2012
Do you want to know how successful your educational activity or workshop have been? Have you ever considered how to measure impact and embed sustainable learning outcomes in your outreach programme? Whether you run education and outreach activities on a shoe-string budget or whether you have the full works, this training event is for you.
Come and join our experienced panel of experts from the archive and museum sector for a day of practical sessions and exercises on how to evaluate education programmes and plan sustainable learning outcomes. Speakers include:
• Jan Pimblett, Principal Development Officer, London Metropolitan Archives
• Jane Avison, Heritage Learning Manager at Hull City Council
• Joan Heggie, Research Fellow, Social Futures Institute, Teesside University
The event will be held at the Huntley Room in the London Metropolitan Archives.
Cost: £20 members, £25 non-members, including tea/coffee and buffet lunch.
Attendance at the ALES meeting at 3.30pm is free - but please let us know that you are coming along at 3.30pm by emailing Alison.Diamond@nas.gov.uk.
09:45–10:05 Registration and tea/coffee
10:05–10:15 Welcome and Introduction
10:15–11:15 Jan Pimblett, Principal Development Officer, London Metropolitan Archives
11:15–11:30 Tea/coffee break
11:30–12:30 Jane Avison, Heritage Learning Manager, Hull City Council
13:30–14:30 Joan Heggie, Research Fellow, Social Futures Institute, Teesside University
14:30–14:45 Tea/coffee break
14:45–15:30 Round up session with speakers and delegates
15:30 Final remarks and departure
15:30–16:30 ALES meeting