Pauls Stradiņš Medicine History Museum in partnership with Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden and the creative association "Kolektivs" implements the Erasmus+ project "One Health: inclusive learning tools for pupils".
As one of the steps towards the establishment of the Children's Museum, this project will allow us to participate in the exchange of international experience, to study examples of good practice in the creation of inclusive expositions and pedagogical content for children, as well as to involve the youth of Latvian schools in the creation of the Children's Museum.
As part of the project, together with the children, an educational tool for prototyping the exposition will be created, which will travel around Latvian schools for several months and will give the children the opportunity to model their own mini museum. This educational tool, in an engaging and collaborative format, will enable discussion and learning about topics related to health, inclusion and caring for ourselves, each other and the world around us, thereby promoting children's health literacy and empathy, as well as developing creative and critical thinking. The knowledge and data collected during the school tour will be implemented by developing an engaging and inclusive exposition for children.
At the end of the project, the experience and insights gained will be compiled in a freely available digital guide for cultural, educational and memory institutions in Latvia and Germany.
The project is realised with the co-financing of the European Union.
Project name: "One Health: Inclusive Learning Tools for Pupils"
Project no.: KA210-SCH-AE6FC11E
Time of project realisation: 01.03.2023 - 28.02.2025.
Project partners: Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, SIA "Kolektivs"
In photo: Edited photography. "Mountain sun" cabinet at the Latvian Red Cross Hospital. Photographer: Kārlis Iltners. Riga, 1923-1925. PSMHM
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