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Gamification in Scientific Museum: Lateral Thinking approach (LS-ME-588)
This Learning Scenario allows participants to learn about historical techniques and survey tools from the Ancient Age to the 19th century into …
Adaptation to Climate Change with Technology (LS-TR-587)
Climate Change is one of the most serious issues around the world. It threatens the existence and sustainability of all the livings. …
March – the month of (Romanian) women (LS-RO-579)
Background The pandemic context of teaching and learning forced us to reinvent ourselves, to preserve the affective dimension of the relationship between …
Forms and colors – Victor Vasarely (LS-ME-564)
Explore the connection between geometry and fine arts. With this Europeana Learning Scenario you will discover the possibility to see the transformation …
From black and white to colour: the memory of our city (LS-ES-557)
In this learning scenario, created by José Ramón a member of the Spanish User Group, students learn about the transformations experienced by …
Health Alliance: Mens Sana in Corpore Sano (LS-HR-537)
Background info Maintaining physical, mental and emotional well-being can be really challenging, especially during the COVID-19 lockdowns all over Europe. Comparing practices …
Connecting Generations through Stories (LS-ME-531)
This Learning Scenario introduces participants to the griot storytelling tradition in West Africa and makes them reflect on the importance of the …
The Story of Monopoly: How Charles Stole Lizzie’s Idea and Made His Fortune (LS-RS-507)
With this learning scenario, created by Natalija Budinski, a Serbian mathematics teacher, students learn about the history of Monopoly, popular board game, …
Descrição da Aparência Física (PT-CUR-503)
A partir da coleção da Europeana “Women’s history”, em grupos de 4 os alunos selecionam dois retratos de mulheres e procedem à …
We Paint like Vincent Van Gogh (EN-CUR-483)
This learning scenario is mainly for art lessons. Students will get to know the life and work of the famous painter Vincent …
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