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At the Museum

Suggested Cultural Educational Programmes.

    1. Induction to the Museum
      Εργαστήριο μελέτης & έρευνας της ιστορίας της εκπαίδευσης & του διδασκαλικού επαγγέλματοςThe students and the teachers are guided to the objects / artifacts of the laboratory for the study and research of the history of education and the teaching Profession of the University Museum of Education, which are selected in accordance to the interests of the children and then they engage in experiential activities and teamwork activities of creative expression by exploiting with imaginative ways the museum objects that have been encountered in.
    2. Meeting the Maps
      The participants come in contact with the 'art' of cartography. They get to know the large collection of maps at KE.M.E.I.E.D.E. and discuss how to use them in teaching in the "digital" school of today. Then, they participate in pedagogic games and build their own maps.
    3. Art
      The participants discuss lessons of aesthetic education / artistic programmess that existed in schools and take part in workshops of calligraphy, painting, embroidery, pottery, weaving, etc., in order to develop important skills that tend to be lost.
    4. School Garden
      The students in collaboration with active and experienced teachers participate in the creation and revival of school gardens. These groups collaborate with students and teachers discuss their school gardens and the reasons for their existence. Then, they organise experiential activities, they get to know through good practice the elements of gardening, agricultural and livestock operations. Finally, they participate in the caring of the school garden of KE.M.E.I.E.D.E., aiming to develop environmental and ecological consciousness and better understanding of concepts such as sustainability, sustainabile environment, sustainable development, how to improve the quality of life, ecosystem, sustainable society, wise use of the environment, welfare, green growth and green economy.
    5. Getting to Know the History of Education
      The participants discuss the science of History of Education and Pedagogy and get to know their methods, by utilizing the museum records. They become researchers of the history of teaching, studying and comparing of documents, photographs and other educational records and get puzzled about the current problems of the school and education in general, and discuss the educational and political choices and strategies of the leaders over time.
    6. From the line and the plate to the tablet
      he students and teachers get to know the teaching aids and the school equipment of the students of the past up to the present, by realising their contribution to the implementation of teaching and the development of human capital. Then, with the help of digital applications, they are involved in activities of creative writing and expression.

    1. School songs and music
      Εργαστήριο μελέτης & έρευνας της ιστορίας της εκπαίδευσης & του διδασκαλικού επαγγέλματος The students in collaboration with musicians from the University of Crete and freelance artists get to know the music and the school songs presented in the festivities of the schools, the lesson of Singing and the role of music to the emotional and psychic world of children. Singing themselves, they develop their creativity and imagination with school musical actions over time.
    2. Life Narratives
      The students meet with teachers, active or retired, and discuss with them how they experienced or are experiencing the school working environment, the problems encountered or experienced and the possible "solutions" to the teaching, to the behavoural problems of the students through the development of good practice.
    3. Museum Education Seminars
      Active participation of students with the design and implementation of cultural education programmes aiming to induce them to museum pedagogy practices and the use of spaces of culture education in the context of their future teachings.


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