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Rock Art and Rock Relief (EN-CUR-612)
Heritage is explained in UNESCO documents as “our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on …
How clothes have changed: connecting cultures and eras through the shared heritage of fashion (EN-CUR-611)
This Learning Scenario has been designed to make students reflect on the changes fashion has suffered in the last ten decades. They …
Nature in spring (EN-CUR-607)
In this LS students will learn about changes in nature during spring. They will observe and describe trees and meadow near our …
Τraces of the past (EN-CUR-603)
The scenario aims to trace the journey of the past, from its very beginning in caves (Altamira and Lascaux). It is aimed …
From antique sports to fitness in the XX century (EN-CUR-602)
This Learning Scenario is related to an online lesson about a sporty healthy lifestyle. The students have to collaborate in breakout rooms …
Inside “The Starry Night”(EN-CUR-601)
Art is very important for child development in total. It helps building up the sense of aestethics andteaches children to express themselves …
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 …
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 …
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