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Grundtvig Learning Partnership - Didarchtik 2010-2012
Between August 2010 and July 2012, 8 organisations cooperate in EXARC under the name Didarchtik. This name is merging the phrases Didactics and .
Over 100 travels will be made in these 2 years, the partners are:
EXARC (NL), Coordinator
Archäologisches Zentrum Hitzacker (DE)
ArcheoParc im Schnalstal (IT)
Bachritterburg Kanzach (DE)
Bäckedals Folkhögskola (SE)
Butser Ancient Farm (EN)
C.I. de Calafell (CAT)
Parco Archeologico Didattico del Livelet (IT)
The project is coordinated by EXARC. Bäckedal Folkshögskola is an adult institute in ancient crafts with a long standing. VAEE is a network with 200 professionals in archaeological experimentation and education. The other six are archaeological open air museums.
Our concrete objectives:
|•||To create a network to exchange experiences and knowledge in ancient.|
|•||We want to learn better to connect to our adult public.|
|•||We want to understand the diversity of our public in age/generation range and backgrounds.|
|•||We want to learn from each other how to exhibit and animate history to the public.|
|•||We need to know more about adult learning processes.|
|•||We want to learn from each other how explaining science is an added value.|
|•||We like to explore new ways of educating the adult public (cross media, new media and ‘unusual’ methods).|
|•||articles in several journals|
|•||an on line visitor survey system, made and used and evaluated|
|•||an on line system for films of all partners|
|•||an on line dictionary / glossary of terms|
|•||an on line network on ancient technology in archaeological open air museums|
|•||several on line manuals|
1 - 09/2010, the Netherlands: A work meeting to get things right
2 - 11/2010, Catalonia: A workshop about learning & teaching adults. Pedagogical and social backgrounds, physical and psychological developments. Working with people with disabilities.
3 - 04/2011, Germany: A workshop on and live . Quality measures, good practices. Looking into themes like textiles and , linking with crafts. Discussion living history – crafts.
4 - 06/2011, Sweden: Mid way evaluation. Crafts workshop, attention to generation learning, linking with living history. A discussion on living history & crafts. A Class on adult education techniques, follow up from November 2010.
5 - 09/2011, Italy: Looking into those staying over 3 hours and looking into returning visitors, how to teach them what we want and what they want (communication), a well balanced total offer to include all target groups.
6 - 06/2012, England: End evaluation. Teaching adults through themed products and artifacts. Follow up on the programme development theme. Class on how an education visit with organised activities for adult students can be handled versus non-organised visits of adults.
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