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On this page, you will be able to find a selection of learning scenarios created by teachers from across Europe and beyond in order to use cultural heritage materials from Europeana in their classrooms.
Eat healthily, Live happily (EN-CUR-595)
This lesson combines healthy nutrition awareness and digital literacy development. It follows a learner-centred orientation providing learners with opportunities to collaborate with …
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 …
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 …
If the Walls Could Talk… (LS-PL-589)
“A wall is a very big weapon’ is a quote by Banksy that constitutes a good introduction to this learning scenario aimed …
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. …
Drachen: Spielzeugmuseum der Stadt Nurnberg (Museum Lydia Bayer)
Fly kite… Fly… (LS-EU-586)
Throughout the centuries, kites have been used as a children’s toy, as well as for scientific or military purposes. As a result, …
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Level of Education: 
Early childhood & Primary Education
Lower secondary
Upper secondary
VET and adult education

Topic:
Art
History
Language subjects
Music
Philosophy
STEAM (STEM + Arts)
Environment
Diversity and Inclusion

Language:
English
French
Italian
Portuguese
Spanish

Type of implementation:
Face-to-face
Blended
Online

Key competences promoted:
Literacy
STEM skills
Digital literacy
Physical and emotional well-being
Citizenship
Entrepreneurship
Cultural awareness and expression

Methodology and trends:
Flipped classroom
Project-based learning
Cooperative learning
Gamification
Problem-based learning
Inquiry-based learning
CLIL
Game Based Learning

Type of education:
Formal
Non-formal
Informal

Type of Activity/Task:
Quiz
Role game
Group dynamics
Brainstorming
Mind map
Oral presentation
External visit
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