Izzy Bartley – Heritage Education and Interpretation Consultant
Working with museums, galleries and outdoor heritage sites, I specialise in creating innovative and engaging heritage education and interpretation materials, combining my background in teaching with my passion for heritage. Having taught a wide range of subjects including citizenship, religious studies, environmental education, science, art and outdoor education, and with a Masters in Cultural Heritage, I have a broad knowledge and skill base from which to draw.
With expertise in inquiry-based and experiential learning, in both formal and informal learning environments, I am passionate about delivering creative approaches to help your audiences get the most from their visit.
How can I help you?
Services I can provide include:
- Educational materials (formal and informal)
- Digital learning resources
- Family trails
- Content research
- Copywriting and editing
Drop me a Line…
I’m based in the beautiful city of York, but love to travel. Contact me if you’d like to discuss a project you have in mind, whether you are from a heritage organisation or a team in need of a heritage education specialist.
My blog post focusing on how archaeobotany is revealing facets of Neolithic life at Ҫatalhöyük has just been published on the official Ҫatalhöyük Research Project website. You can check it out here.