Situated Learning in Museums & Heritage sites
An Open Lesson
Registration is Free of Charge!
In this open free lesson towards the course:
Learning, Teaching and Curating: Situated Digital Experience in Museums and Heritage sites,
There is a saying in Hebrew “Let Another Man Praise You and Not Your Own Mouth”.
In accordance with this saying, we have decided to let students, who participated in the seminar during 2020, present their projects.
You will enjoy projects that were created by curators and educators from four corners of the world and from various institutions; You will enjoy experimental learning games around museums as well as interactive maps.
The presenters are:
Dr. Yoko Mogi-Hein from Oshkosh University, USA: ‘STEM Education’ project.
José Antonio Gordillo Martorell
Pedagog from Norrbottens Museum, Luleå, , Sweden. Project :We are a planet about sustainability and the 17 SDG of Agenda 2030.
Anna Iwaski from the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, USA: ‘There is No Shade without Light’.
Christin and Christina from Vienna, Austria: ‘Discover Hundertwasser Art and Heritage
Waiting to meet you
Time and Date
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2021, 4:00PM – 5:30PM – Israel time
Time: 4 pm IST, 10 am EST, 2 pm GMT (for more time zones – click here)
Duration: 1.5 hour
We use the Zoom platform, which enables you to engage in an interactive discussion with the lecturers and with colleagues around the world, and enriches the lectures with presentations, movies, and teaching programs.
All this is offered while you are sitting comfortably in your armchair at home or in the office,
free of charge.
Talila Yehiel graduated from the Ceramic Design Department at Bezalel Academy of Art. She also holds a Master’s degree from the History of Art Department at Tel Aviv University. She has extensive experience in teaching pupils at all levels as well as in mentoring teachers.
Her academic background, which integrates the material world, the creative process, and the world of research, furnishes her with tools that afford profound insight and a rich diversity of working strategies.
Ms Yehiel has been involved in the creation of special tailor-made sites for museum visits, a project called “Learning Based on Location – Wandering”. She has tried it out on various groups of students and adults. Wandering around an exhibition hall by means of this site gets people involved and encourages them to interact with the exhibits.
Ms Yehiel has supported students from Mexico, Spain, Italy, Turkey and Austria to create their digital experimental learning maps and games on the MuseumRun site.