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Where There’s a Will There’s a Wheel (EN-CUR-594)
With this learning scenario, children discover a brief history of transportation. They also learn about the way cars changed our habits, our …
The legacy of the Weissmann family: traces of the Jewish community (LS-ME-593)
This Learning Scenario, created by Jesenka Ricl, is designed to give participants a better understanding of the cultural, social, and economic changes …
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 …
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 …
Optical Illusions: Is It Or Is It Not? (LS-DI-567)
There is always a way to communicate and educate. My name is Natalija Budinski, and I work as a Maths teacher in …
Culture Cure: trauma and healing across time and space (LS-ME-556)
Culture during pandemics During 2020 everything is marked by Covid-19 pandemic, with profound new realities and traumas. Students have to understand using …
Numbers in the Dark (LS-DI-543)
Talking to my students, I have noticed that they know very little about the challenges that people with disabilities face every day. …
A Tour around the Azulejo Tile (LS-PT-540)
Introduction This Learning scenario focuses on a handicraft very present in Portugal, belonging to the cultural heritage of our country for many …
Let’s Discover Easter Eggs Decoration! (LS-RO-523)
Introduction The learning scenario I created is called “Let’s Discover Easter Eggs Decoration! There is a bit of inspiration taken from resources …
Our Everyday Still Lives – My Favourite Things Far and Near in Isolation (LS-HU-522)
Introduction This learning scenario was created by Katalin Káldi, a teacher of History of Arts from Hungary, and its aim is to …
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