The annual 2011 CECA conference gathered a large number of participants in Zagreb (Croatia). This meeting produced a real progress around one of the major concern expressed by the late CECA members’ survey, that is to say a better understanding of the process of « Best Practice ».
An analyzing tool for education and cultural action programmes was designed and proposed by Marie- Clarté O’Neill and Colette Dufresne-Tassé, discussed at European level then produced during the annual world conference. This tool is available here three languages:
The aims of disseminating such a tool are as follows:
Here is a link to the digital copy of the book "Best Practice 1: A tool to improve museum education internationally", edited by Emma Nardi. This series gathers the results of the professional and research activities of the members of the Committee for Education and Cultural Action (CECA) of the International Council of Museums (ICOM).