Honest Heritage and Marvellous Museums: The key to Horrible Histories’ success and its application in museum education
Matilda-Jane Hanning, MA student at Queen Mary University of London, shares the key to the success of the British children's book series and TV show 'Horrible Histories', and its application in museum education.
We are looking to expand our promotional image bank and would like to ask if any Museums and Heritage sites would be happy to share any museum-learning related images they may have that we can use for GEM's promotional activities.
GEM responds to findings of study examining the impact of 'cultural capital' on reducing the size of social class inequalities in school GCSE outcomes.
GEM has launched an update to its Competency Framework for museum learning, to reflect a changing sector and new digital learning opportunities.
Percussion Play explores how outdoor musical play can transform audience wellbeing and improve experiences for all
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Lord John Sainsbury of Preston Candover passed away on 14 January 2022 after a long illness.
Group for Education in Museums (GEM) partners with the Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) to provide mentoring opportunities for emerging museum professionals.
GEM is delighted to have been awarded funding by the Welsh Government to lead a consultation with schools and museums in Wales, regarding the new Curriculum for Wales. Robin Johnson will be leading this consultation, and has launched a set of two bilingual surveys to assess how GEM can best support museums and schools as they grasp this opportunity.
GEM is pleased to announce its involvement as a partner organisation in the AHRC funded project “Designing in the Digitally Mature Museum: Refocusing Design From Technology to Human Practice”.
Following a vote at the 2020 Annual General Meeting, GEM will be introducing four new levels of Institutional Membership on 25th November 2021.