The museum’s virtual tutorial is designed to familiarize people with the rules and activities of the museum. A museum guide is a person who guides tourists in museums. Its English equivalent is Museum Guide.
In this interactive course, you will learn the basics of how to develop an educational activity in a museum, gallery or heritage site environment. You will find a practical step-by-step guide to developing a learning activity tailored to the needs and wants of your audience at a time Includes inclusive, accessible and environmentally friendly, you will see. This course not only gives you practical knowledge on how to develop your activities but also allows you to complete the course with an activity that is ready to offer. The course includes lectures, tests and recorded activities, an online template available and personal advice throughout the course.
What is a museum?
Museums are places that display important works to the public in various fields such as history, culture, nature, and so on. These places are responsible for the complete preservation of these works so that these important collections remain for future generations. They are exposed, it is said.
The chapters of the museum guide’s virtual training course are:
Design learning activities
Where to start when designing an activity
Basic principles of teaching in museums
Who is this course for:
Museum specialists are in their first year of work.
Teachers who are thinking of going to museums and heritage departments.
Instructors from other departments who want to turn a career change into a museum.
Museum Guide Prerequisites:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and the course is taught from the beginning.