Tate Modern provides online resources, that accompany their public exhibitions. These resources are primarily aimed at educators to prepare for their visit and embed the exhibition into their syllabus. These packages can become solid companions, providing a next level experience of the exhibition, not limited to educators.

the activities range between hands-on exercises of drawing, collecting, name, making things and more reflective exercises the support discussion and contemplation

the activities range between hands-on exercises of drawing, collecting, name, making things and more reflective exercises the support discussion and contemplation

An educator’s pack comes in different shapes and volume. In very basic terms, it is a website or downloadable pdf with general background information on the artist and the show; splitting up the material into various over-arcing themes. There are anecdotes, trivia and biographical facts. There are various types of activities and forms of engagement, there are images and links to further reading.

educator's pack, how to become engaging and get the most out of an exhibition

educator’s pack, how to become engaging and get the most out of an exhibition


Consider this concept for other forms of publishing. Publications that facilitate thorough engagement with the content
Consider exercises to add the level of experience and emotion—a catalyst to learning

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