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Belediye müze akişi

Belediye müze akişi






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    • HOW?• Visits to museums and schools for guidance and counselling.• Discussions with students and teachers
    • How can museum and school educatorsWhy is it important collaborate most effectivelyfor children to learn to ensure an optimal from learning experience? works of art in the museum environment ? What approaches to learning from works of art in the museums And school are being explored?
    • It is obvious today that the effectiveness ofeducation system is mainly related to the improvementof teacher qualification.Therefore, the Ministry of Education pays exceptionalattention to the development of teachers.we believe that this experience would improve ourparticipants’ skills and competencies with a view toincreasing and developing adaptability, particularly inorder to consolidate technological and organisationalchange
    • Our country has a rich historical and cultural heritage.One of the most effective methods is to use themuseums for adding this heritage to both social andeconomical life and therefore providing the sustainabledevelopment.Working with museums makes it possible for schoollessons to be meaningful and to induce creavity throughdirect learning and as well as to gain the awareness ofprotecting art works by helping the students to realizethe value of art works. In vocational training, theexhibition of the materials that support this process wehave mentioned has an important role to see thehistorical background of the technological innovation anddevelopment of the organization
    • •assessing the importance and benefits of multidimensional and effective learning in museums and thecontribution of the museums to education in Europeandimension in the framework of lifelong learning.•Promoting and reinforcing the contribution of museumtraining to the process of innovation of our city.•Identifying and comparing training curricula andstandards for the development of our education system•in addition to socio-cultural impacts of the Project, itwill also have socio-economic impacts likeemployment,added value,regional development and idlecapacity reduction GENERAL OBJECTIVE
    • • To give our participants the opportunity of having knowledge and experiences about the museum education.• To encourage the best use of results, innovative products and processes and to exchange good practice in the field covered by the Lifelong Learning Programme, in order to improve the quality of education and training in our city. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
    • The aim of the project prepared for educational useof museums in our country in order to strengthen themuseum –school cooperation and provide thecontributions of museum to education and culture ofour society is to develop museum education methodsand Raise national awareness of lifelong learningstrategies and of European cooperation in educationand training RURAL DIMENSION
    • In long-term The goal of the Project is to disseminatetraining activities in museums for dissimilar sectors ofthe society and provide the continuity In Short-term, the goal of the Project is to developeducation programs which can be applied continuously andwill be coordinated by the museum and different fromapplications about the use of museums made by differentinstitutions and organizations in cooperation with themuseum in order to support the education
    • The most important deficiencies which haven’t beencompleted yet are museums educational workshops;exhibition halls and educational texts which haven’tbeen prepared for children and training materials andcopies which cannot be touched by them. School-Museum Days, is expected to be held sothese deficiencies mentioned above is going to becorrected.
    • • Teachers, trainers and instructors• Policy makers in the field of education and vocational education and training• Designers of curricula didactic materials TARGET GROUPS
    • • visiting the centre and being informed about the school by the managers• being informed about policy measures to design curricula which has been created to outline links between resources and the schools’ need• monitoring a teaching session about museum education in class• having knowledge and experiences about the museum education• observing the teaching sessions which have been created for the students in order to explore the collections in the unusual and exciting environment which the Centre provides at the weekends and on school holidays• observation and active participation in diversity action programmes for the participants WORKING PLAN
    • MORNING AFTER NOONSUNDAY Departure and arrival Introduction and OrientationMONDAY visiting the centre and being being informed about policy informed about the school by measures to design curricula the managersTUESDAY monitoring a teaching session having knowledge and experiences about museum education in about visiting the museum classWEDNESDAY visiting the centre and being being informed about policy informed about the museum measures to design curricula by the managers which has been created to outline links between resources and the schools’ needTHURSDAY observing the teaching sessions which have been created for the students in order to explore the collections in the unusual and exciting environmentFRIDAY observation and active Final report and presenting
    • •Internet portal and databank with updated andadditional content.•Information and promotion materials for use indissemination:•workshops, seminars, conferences.•Evaluation Report.•Skills Pack (A Trainer’s pack,A Student’s pack) RESULTS (OUTPUTS)
    • Odunpazari municipality of Eskişehir givesservice for a population of 335.807 people and42 districts .it has got 72.888 acres of area. the municipality was founded as a townmunicipality with the cabinet decicion Law no93/5130
    • Some of the Responsibilities ofodunpazari Municipality •Construction and maintenance of roads, bridges etc. •Undertaking of city infrastructure projects •Construction and maintenance of parks •Providing and operating a public transport system •Establishing libraries, Theatres and Museums • Social and cultural activities
    • with the efforts of theOdunpazarı Municipality, the town has been transformed into a city of tourismwith conventions, fairs, cultural events, art activities.itperfoms a facilitating function for carring out urbanprojects and restoration work for preservation ofcultural heritage. it also designs and runs training and educationprojects by further developing the projects that will beconducted by teachers,students, administrators andNGOs involved in training.
    • The municipality aims to make culture visible byencouraging projects and developing cooperation withpublic institutions,local administrations and civilsociety organizations.the main goal is to promotelarge-scale public participation.
    • One of the main priorities of the municipality areEconomical and social development .The municipality hasachieved a lot of projects so far in order to provideadded value and employment to the people in the area. One of the most important Projects is OMEK- avocational training for unemployedpeople,youngs,housewives,students and employees. Theaim of the Project is to provide the innovation andimplementation of the people in the area. At the end ofthe course,people participating are expected to takeplace actively in social-economic structure of the area
    • The Odunpazarı Municipality has been carrying out itsworks with the human–oriented and high qualityservice understanding,and has crowned its successfulworks with awards which are more valuable than theothers since 2004.
    • PARTNERS IN PROJECT• Odunpazarı Municipality of ESKISEHIR • Östergotlands Museum• Eskisehir Provincial Directorate of Culture • Museu de la Ciencia i de la and Tourism Tecnica de Catalunya• Eskisehir Ataturk Technical and Industrial • Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery Vocational High School • Slovak Craft Industry Federation• the Union of Turkish Tradesmen and Craftsmen Chambers of Eskisehir MUSEU DE LA CIÈNCIA I DE LA TÈCNICA DE CATALUNYA