A blog written by Nigel Cook, a participant on the 2019-2020 GEM Foundation Course on Museum Learning.
Why join GEM? Let us count the ways… January is a great time to think about the new year. What are your goals? Do you want to become a better educator? Do you want to snag that killer museum/heritage job? Do you want to strengthen your networks and build new skills? Do you want to […]
DAY #1 After a relatively smooth journey into London from the wilds of Buckinghamshire, I arrived at The Postal Museum for Day 1 of the Foundation Course. As this year’s cohort started to trickle into the Museum, we began to chat and get to know each other. It was fantastic to see such a range […]
Kathy Moore, deputy chair of GEM and Museum Development Officer in the East of England reports on Climate Heritage network launch in Edinburgh 2019
GEM Trustee Sarah Cowie on Engage Conference 2019 - Guest blog with important takeaways
GEM Interview with 2019 Kids in Museums Family Friendly Award Winners, Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum
We were so excited to hear that Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum were recognised for their amazing educational programmes with the 2019 Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award. Learning Officer Lynsey Anderson gave us her take on what makes the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum so special and perfect for families – read on! GEM – […]