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Guest Blogger: Jean Tormey, Curator Early Years & Families at Tate Modern & Tate Britain

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***Transforming Education Series: New Roles for Museums***

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          Museums all over the world are reaching out to their communities and taking on new roles, whether the new approach relates to children and families, the elderly, or special needs at any age. Today’s post shares the work of Tate Modern and Tate Britain in the UK in opening up to young children through adapting the lessons of the Reggio Emilia early childhood education model. Check it out and find some great ideas for your own community.

Read…Explore…Reflect…Learn…Adapt…Share!

Source: Guest Blogger: Jean Tormey, Curator Early Years & Families at Tate Modern & Tate Britain – Blog 1 | News | Arts in Education

 

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The Creative Apothecary Salutes the Tate Modern and Tate Britain for Working with Young Children!

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A Journey with our Children | Projects & Partnerships | Arts in Education

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***Creativity in Education Series: Early Childhood (Westport, County Mayo)***

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          Lessons are best learned through stories. This is the story of a visiting artist in an early childhood program in Westport, County Mayo in Ireland. I wanted to share this with you not just because it demonstrates the importance of creativity in early childhood education but also because i have spent a many weeks in Westport, one of my favorite Irish towns. There are links to other examples of  integrating the arts in education and lessons here for any early childhood program.

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“Tell us the story of your project – What was the impetus? What was it about? Who was involved? How did you begin? This project…”

Source: A Journey with our Children | Projects & Partnerships | Arts in Education

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The Creative Apothecary Believes in the Arts for All Children!

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