Ed Program Design specialises in designing education programs and activities for museums and other special places where students learn outside the classroom.
Its Vision …
School students understand their local natural and cultural heritage, and how it fits with the global context, so they can make informed decisions about the future that awaits them.
Its Mission …
- Create learning programs for museums and places through collaboration with schools, museums and community groups
- Use games, puzzles, stories, and hands on approaches that are fun, and engage students in learning about heritage
- Create program that link with the Australian Curriculum
- Support museums to be sustainable, able to share their stories with current and future generations
It’s Origin …
Ed Program Design is a new business, established in 2013. It sits within VisionDesign Pty Ltd, a consulting company established 1995, and run by husband and wife team Janis and Paul Hanley.
Janis Hanley B.Com, GCPA
Janis’s background is business and policy analysis. Her work in Heritage Policy lead her to see the important role of local museums and schools, in keeping the heritage stories alive. Janis sees this as key to ongoing community awareness of these important places, and their meaning. Janis has been awarded five Qld National Trust awards for her work in this area.
Paul Hanley B. Eng (Mech) GDipEd
Paul, a mechanical engineer, trained at Qld University of Technology, is a senior Engineering and Physics teacher. He brings strong management skills, and broad teaching experience to program development