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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 …
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 …
Fairy Tales and Imagination: Making Magic Happen (LS-ME-582)
Once upon a time, there were princesses, knights, dragons, witches, giants and fairies… But, guess what? They have been among us all …
Upgrading Your Collection (LS-ME-581)
A learning scenario by Peter Pivoda, gallery educator at the Slovak National Gallery in Bratislava, Slovakia Everybody collects something, even if they …
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 …
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 …
Developing a Culture for Museums in Health and Wellbeing: Mentalizing, the inside story (LS-ME-560)
This learning scenario, created by Katerina Mavromichali, an archaeologist-museologist and art therapy counsellor, is inspired by the ways culture contributes to the …
Bites: when nutrition meets SDGs (LS-ME-554)
Explore how Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN are directly or indirectly related to nutrition. With this Europeana Learning Scenario you …
Is Censorship Still Here? (LS-ME-539)
It might seem that censorship is part of the past, but is it? This Museum Education learning scenario aims to explore censorship’s …
WISH YOU WERE HERE: Souvenirs from a journey around the world (LS-ME-534)
“We shall not cease from exploration / And the end of all our exploring / Will be to arrive where we started …
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