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Kate Noble, Dr

Senior Research Associate: Museum Learning at Fitzwilliam Museum

Kate is strategic lead for research relating to learning practice at the Fitzwilliam Museum. She worked as a primary and early childhood teacher before moving into museum education, and now leads a training programme encouraging creative teaching with objects. Kate’s research focuses on visual literacy in young children and on practitioner-led action research in museums. She previously worked as Education Researcher for The National Gallery and the University of Cambridge Museums on the AHRC funded Practical Evaluation Project.

Kate Noble's contributions

Anna Craft Creativities in Education Prize 2020

BERA Creativities SIG Co-convenors: Associate Professor Kerry Chappell, Dr Jo Trowsdale & Dr Victoria Kinsella are delighted to announce that the Anna Craft Prize for 2020 has been awarded to Jane...

News28 Oct 2020