For the latest installment of ‘out and about’, Scout Davies explored the Yorkshire Museum. In this post she provides examples of exhibits and activities that help visitors feel welcome and confident to take part in the museum’s experiences.
Scout Davies is a Science Museum Group Academy Programme Leader.
Each year the Royal Society hosts their Summer Science Exhibition. As part of the team who deliver training to researchers and STEM professionals involved in the programme, Scout Davies visited the exhibition looking for examples of good engagement practice.
For the bank holiday weekend Scout Davies, one of our Academy Programme Leaders, headed ‘out and about’ to Battersea Park Childrens’ Zoo. Here she shares some examples of good science engagement practice from her recent trip.
See, Link, Wonder is our simple question and discussion tool to help people to make observations and personal connections with an experience.
Our science engagement reflection points put the audience at the heart of what we do, helping us influence and shape their engagement with, and attitudes towards, science.