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Types of Settlements in Hungary (LS-HU-592)
I teach English and Geography at a Secondary school. The Hungarian Geography Curriculum contains a section which is about types of settlements. …
Opera with Musical Masterpieces (LS-HR-591)
My name is Katarina Kljunić and I am a Music teacher in Primary School. I mastered Primary Education and that allows me …
Sensium: Enlightenment – a virtual animal world of colors (LS-ME-590)
In this STEAM LS, I integrate cultural and disability communities heritage into a science lesson. I combine educational material of the Golabz …
Digital Heritage Bridge between Past, Present and Future with Digital Storytelling (LS-TR-580)
The aim of this scenario is to help students produce digital heritage by using digital storytelling. Many students can not make proper, …
From profit-seeking merchants to shareholder capitalism (LS-ME-576)
This museum education learning scenario explores the roots of financial institutions, professions (like stockbrokers and bankers) and historical events with a big …
Let’s Make Green Decisions (LS-HR-573)
This lesson is meant to be used with students thirteen years of age and older. It is about raising awareness of the …
Hot Air Balloon (LS-TR-565)
This project-based learning scenario was created by class- teacher Umut Şencan from Turkey. In this scenario, flying in a balloon is a unique …
Take only memories, leave only footprints (LS-HR-547)
In a time without the possibility to travel, we can only remember the previous travels. We can also learn from our own …
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 …
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