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Sally Gissing commented on Michael Van Tiel's event '5th National Forum for Performance in Cultural Institutions'
"Hello Michael. How do I register for this conference?"
Jan 4, 2010
Sally Gissing commented on MA Education National Network's blog post Museums and Schools
"Thanks MA Education National Network for your positive feedback"
Jan 4, 2010
Sally Gissing commented on Catherine Gordon's blog post Schools and Cultural Institutions - What Teachers Want!
"Thankyou Catherine for your positive feedback"
Jan 4, 2010
Adriana Bauer commented on Sally Gissing's blog post Museums and Schools – Mutualism in the Cultural realm
"Sally, I support David's comments below. I like the 'mutualism' analogy as I come from a biodiversity background and have been working in a museum for the last 18 months. I know one of the difficulties we have in getting secondary…"
Nov 18, 2009
David Milne commented on Sally Gissing's blog post Museums and Schools – Mutualism in the Cultural realm
"Hi Sally, This is a beautifully crafted and thoughtful piece of writing which we heartily endorse. The link to your blog has been ‘flicked on’ to teachers in my team to read as well as other colleagues who may not have registered with…"
Nov 16, 2009
Sally Gissing posted a blog post

Museums and Schools – Mutualism in the Cultural realm

In biological terms mutualism describes a close and often long-term relationship between two different species where both species derive benefit. For example Clown Fish and Sea Anemones demonstrate mutualism because Anemones provide the Clown Fish with protection from predators whilst Clown fish defend the Anemones from Butterfly fish who like to eat Anemones. There is great scope for cultural facilities such as museums to establish such mutually beneficial relationships with schools. It is…See More
Nov 13, 2009
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Sep 18, 2009

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Museums and Schools – Mutualism in the Cultural realm

In biological terms mutualism describes a close and often long-term relationship between two different species where both species derive benefit. For example Clown Fish and Sea Anemones demonstrate mutualism because Anemones provide the Clown Fish with protection from predators whilst Clown fish defend the Anemones from Butterfly fish who like to eat Anemones. There is great scope for cultural facilities such as museums to establish such mutually… Continue

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