TMAG is a respected provider of workshops and professional enrichment opportunities for educators and community service professionals. These thematically-focused training and information sessions help professionals in the education and community service sectors to make the most of what the museum has to offer, and help to increase engagement with natural and cultural heritage.
Community input is also welcome. Please email any feedback or suggestions about TMAG’s role in educator professional learning to Kate Morris at email@example.com.
Training and Information Sessions
Join TMAG educators and curators for this session which will explore the creativity and resilience of Tasmanian Aboriginal people and culture. Led by TMAG's Aboriginal Learning Facilitator, the session includes a visit to ningina tunapri, TMAG's Aboriginal culture gallery, and Our land: Parrawa, Parrawa! Go away!, an exhibition that tells the story of Aboriginal people and colonists following the invasion of lutruwita, focusing on the Black War. Bookings are essential as numbers are strictly limited.
Date: Friday 8 May 2020
Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost: $30 (includes refreshments and materials). A discounted rate of $25 is available for University of Tasmania education students.
Bookings open February 2020.
Pre-service Teacher Workshops
In association with the University of Tasmania, TMAG offers pre-service teacher workshops for Bachelor of Education and Masters of Teaching students in how to get the most from visits to TMAG and TMAG resources. The workshops focus on museum teaching techniques and resources, including hands-on learning with objects. It ensures future school teachers and educators are skilled in making the best use of a school visit to the museum.
For information about existing sessions or to discuss organising a session please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fee-for-Service Whole School PL
Want a professional learning (PL) workshop designed for your whole school's teaching body? TMAG's Centre for Learning and Discovery runs specialised programs by negotiation with schools around a range of themes. A particularly popular one is the Aboriginal Cultural Awareness and Perspectives Workshop. Specialised tours of galleries and exhibitions are also available. For fee structures, thematic possibilities and availability, please email Kate Morris at email@example.com.