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Primary students having fun at the Australian Museum
Photographer: Stuart Humphreys © Australian Museum
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Bamberger, Y. and Tal, T. (2008). An Experience for the Lifelong Journey: The Long-term Effect of a Class Visit to a Science Centre. Visitor Studies, 11(2), 198-212.
Birney, B. (1988). Criteria for successful museum and zoo visits: Children offer guidance. Curator, 31, 292-316.
Burnette, A., Cherry, R., Proctor, N. and Samis, P. (2011). Getting On (not under) the Mobile 2.0 Bus: Emerging issues in the mobile business model. In J. Trant and D. Bearman (Eds). Museums and the Web 2011: Proceedings. Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics.
Cornu, B. (2004). Networking and collective intelligence for teachers and learners. In A. Brown and N. Davis (Eds). Digital Technology, Communities and Education (pp. 40-45). London: Routledge.
DeWitt, J. and Storksdieck, M. (2008). A Short Review of School Field Trips: Key Findings from the Past and Implications for the Future. Visitor Studies, 11(2).
DeWitt, J. and Hohenstein, J. (2010). Supporting Student Learning: A Comparison of Student Discussion in Museums and Classrooms. Visitor Studies, 13(1), 41-66.
Dewey, J. (1938). Experience and Education. New York: Kappa Delta Pi.
Falk, J., and Dierking, L. (1992). The Museum Experience. Washington: Whalesback Books.
Falk, J., and Dierking, L. (1997). School Field trips: Assessing Their Long-Term Impact. Curator, 40(3), 211-218.
Falk, J., and Dierking, L. (2000). Learning from Museums: Visitor Experiences and the Making of Meaning. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press.
Griffin, J. (2004). Research on Students and Museums: Looking More Closely at the Students in School Groups. Science Education, 88(Supplement 1), S60-S70.
Groundwater-Smith, S. and Kelly, L. (2010).Learning outside the classroom: A partnership with a difference. In A. Campbell and S. Groundwater-Smith (Eds). Connecting Inquiry and Professional Learning in Education (pp.179-191). London: Routledge.
Groundwater-Smith, S., Fitzgerald, P. and Kelly, L. (2009). Finding the ‘e’ in Museum: Explore, excite, examine, excavate, entertain, engage. Unpublished report of the June 12 2009 Teachers’ College.
Jarvis, T. and Pell, A. (2005). Factors influencing elementary school childrens’ attitudes toward science before, during and after a visit to the UK National Space Centre. Journal of Research In Science Teaching, 42(1), 53-83.G Black Saleen GUESS Saleen GUESS G by G by Black 7Rrq7v
Johnson, L., Witchey, H., Smith, R., Levine, A., and Haywood, K., (2011). Indigo Lucky Lucky Brand Indigo Brand Jewelia Indigo Lucky Brand Brand Jewelia Jewelia Lucky Jewelia aq6vwn5xz. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium.
Kelly, L. (2007). Visitors and Learners: Adult Museum Visitors’ Learning Identities. PhD diss., University of Technology, Sydney.
Kelly, L. and Groundwater-Smith, S. (2009).Revisioning the Physical and On-line Museum: A Partnership with the Coalition of Knowledge Building Schools. Averie Badgley Badgley Gold Mischka Jewel Jewel Journal of Museum Education, 34(4), 55-68.
Kelly, L. and Fitzgerald, P. (2011). Cooperation, Collaboration, Challenge: How to Work with the Changing Nature of Educational Audiences in Museums. In N. Mockler and J. Sachs (Eds). Mischka Jewel Jewel Gold Badgley Badgley Averie Rethinking Educational Practice Through Reflexive Enquiry (pp.77-88). London: Springer.
Kelly, L. and Russo, A. (2008). From Ladders of Participation to Networks of Participation: Social Media and Museum Audiences. In J. Trant and D. Bearman (Eds). Museums and the Web 2008: Selected Papers from an International Conference (pp.83-92). Toronto: Archives and Museum Informatics.
Kelly, L. and Russo, A. (2010). From Communities of Practice to Value Networks: Engaging Museums in Web 2.0. In F. Cameron and L. Kelly (Eds). Hot Topics, Public Culture, Museums (pp.281-298). London: Cambridge Scholars.
Kisiel, J. (2005). Understanding elementary teacher motivations for science fieldtrips. Science Education, 86, 936-955.
McManus, P. (1985). Worksheet-induced behaviour in the British Museum (Natural History). Journal of Biological Education, 19, 237-242.
Miglietta, A., Belmonte, G. and Boero, F. (2008) A Summative Evaluation of Science Learning: A Case Study of the Marine Biology Museum “Pietro Parenzan” (South East Italy). Visitor Studies, 11(2), 213-219.
Wolins, I., Jensen, N. and Ulzheimer, R. (1992). Children’s memories of museum field trips: A qualitative study. Journal of Museum Education, 17(2), 17-27.
Xanthoudaki, M. (1998). Is it always worth the trip? The contribution of museum and gallery educational programmes to classroom art education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 28, 181-195.
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