Beyond philosophy: A Sample Interpretation Strategy There is a lot of philosophy, training and discussion about the character of a good interpretation effort. A lot of emphasis is placed on planning and delivering a program. NAI’s Certified Interpretive Guide training is 32 hours focused on the elements and character of a meaningful and memorable program … Continue reading Beyond philosophy: A Sample Interpretation Strategy
Like brainstorming, maybe we need to “planstorm” before we begin to plan by asking a defining question: What the heck are we doing? Preparing to team teach interpretation planning with Dr. Teresa Coble as part of the Stephen F. Austin State University’s on-line graduate program, is causing me to think back on what I know … Continue reading Planstorm before you plan
Best practices change how you think. It’s natural that each of us believes that the way we select to accomplish something is the best way to accomplish it. If not, we’d choose another method. Among a large group of people several methods may be chosen and each person thinks they have discovered the best method … Continue reading Best practices change how you think.
This time of year is filled with hope for a New Year that is better than the last. I know there are several improvements I’d like to see, beginning with a radical shift in the dark cloud that has seemed to hang over my head. The turn of the year symbolizes a new life, a … Continue reading Keeping the main thing the main thing in the new year