April 20, 2017

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By Jean-Philippe Marty

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• Psychologie (psychologie sociale, psychologie cognitive…) ;
• Sociologie-anthropologie (inégalités sociales, minorités…) ;
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• Communication-éducation (linguistique, médias, sport…).

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With this philosophical quandary in mind, Institute for Learning Innovation researchers were hopeful that PMM would be a methodology that could successfully 28 MARIANNA ADAMS, JOHN H. FALK & LYNN D. DIERKING combine qualitative and quantitative strategies within a single methodology. The research design employed in this study was flexible enough to allow for a diversity of aesthetic responses about art, while at the same time rigorous enough to allow for the systematic collection of quantitative data.

As a methodology that responds to paradigm shifts in how we understand and think about the way people use and learn from museums, PMM has shown great promise in furthering our understanding of the rich and complex learning experiences that result from museum experiences. As PMM continues to be employed in future studies, it will no doubt continue to evolve and spawn other related approaches as yet unconsidered. , is a Senior Associate, John H. , Director, and Lynn D. , Associate Director at the Institute for Learning Innovation, an Annapolis, Maryland-based non-profit learning research and development organisation dedicated to understanding, facilitating and communicating about free-choice learning.

The PMM prompt in this case was a reproduction of a work of art to which students were asked to respond. Evidence strongly suggested that ‘‘Art Around the Corner’’ had a significant and long-lasting impact on students. First, the program made a difference in students’ ability to describe a work of art. Students who participated in the program used rich and detailed vocabulary to describe the painting, while non-participating students were much less descriptive. Second and more importantly, the programme had a substantial effect on students’ ability to support their interpretations of a work of art.

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