Object-based Learning In Museum
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Object-based Learning In Museum
The study examined museum education from the perspective of object-based learning which encourages participants to construct meaning by way of interacting with museum objects. Data for the study were sourced through secondary sources such as books, journals and public library, and were analyzed using thematic analytical procedure. Findings show that object-based learning is relevant to children, adults and family groups. Object-based activities in museums provide children with experiential learning where the cumulative effect of the experiences contributes to their social and cognitive developmentDownloadViews: 98

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