GEM Conference 2022: GEM Members’ Presentations

'Transforming Trans-Inclusive Practice’, Matt Exley, Learning and Participation Manager, National Museums Liverpool

'Beyond Embalming: Changes to our Ancient Egypt school offer’, Laura Travis, Head of Learning andParticipation, Sheffield Museums Trust

'The Urban Oasis: A museum learning garden’, Manda Moore, Education and Learning Officer, Culture Warrington

Collaboration: Schools and museums co-production of learning resources by KS2’, Emma-Jayne Hamlington, Learning and Engagement Officer, Powell-Cotton Museum

'Supporting young people's creativity in museums through remote and hybrid programmes', Laura Beattie, Community Engagement Officer, University of Edinburgh and University of Stirling

'Street Museum', Charlotte Spink, Learning Coordinator, Durham University Library and Collections, Durham University Library and Collections

'Return of the Dragon Egg Event', Louise Bragan, Senior Officer: Programming & Learning, Wakefield Museums& Castles

'Bridging the Gap', Dr Anjana Khatwa and Kristina Broughton, Wessex Museums

'That JORVIK Viking Thing Podcast', Lucas Norton and Miranda Schmeiderer, Digital and Events Assistant ,York Archaeological Trust

'Beyond HOPE – escaping, exploring & entomology', Anna Jones, HOPE for the Future Project Manager, Oxford University Museum of Natural History

'Engaging students in difficult history by embracing the new frontier of hybrid learning', Fiona Darling,Senior Producer, Public Engagement and Learning, Imperial War Museums

'In their own words: peer-to-peer learning in practice', Sian Shaw, Digital Learning Manager, Westminster Abbey

'Embracing change and reaching out to audiences', Janice Crane, Curator, OnFife

'QR: The Code That Came in from the Cold', Izzy Bartley, Digital Learning Officer, Leeds Museums & Galleries

'Undivided Identities: 1947 Partition in the Digital Medium', Bhanu Ghalot, ReReeti Foundation for Museums,Galleries & Heritage Sites

'Art Fund Teacher Art Pass', Sam Cairns and Sarah Kaye, Art Fund

Contrapposto Studies: teenagers and the body in times of social distancing, Ester Baruffaldi, Education Officer, Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana, Pinault Collection, Italy

'Heritage Learning for Health and Wellbeing', Kate Armstrong, Senior Learning Manager, English Heritage

'Museum learning and the new Curriculum for Wales', Robin Johnson, Museum Consultant for GEM

'Expanding relationships with deprived communities', David Alcock, Learning Manager, Heritage Learning Hull Museums / Ferens Art Gallery

'Our Journey' Co-curation and sharing cultural stories and memories with schools', Mary Sibson, Creative Learning Officer, Leicestershire County Council

'What the museum can learn: communities as teachers and how to pay attention', Celine Elliot, Engagement Lead, Cornwall Museums Partnership

'Taking collections outwards', Katey Goodwin, Deputy Director Art UK, Maggie Hills, Learning Content Officer, Art UK

'Young V&A Young Collective: collecting and reflecting young people in Tower Hamlets without a museum' Kirsty Sullivani, Young V&A

'Diversifying Horizons through Virtual Learning', Chris Parkin, Learning Producer, History of Science Museum Oxford University

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