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MOC | Museum of Communities, run by with the Royal Palace in Gödöllő and Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów, intends to exchange knowledge and experiences as well as train and teach each other how to encourage local communities to engage in voluntary work in museum, how to create an interesting story about cultural, natural and historical heritage, using also own experiences and stories. Together
with colleagues from Hungary and Poland, we plan to create an educational tool - a narrative dice that will support volunteers and educators in learning how to build a unique story, organize arguments, build independent judgments about the object or phenomenon in question, weaving also their own thoughts. The narrative dice will be available for free download and use for everyone.

 

Co-funded by ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union, KA2

Grant Agreement No. 2020-1-PL01-KA204-081917 

STORY CUBE - A NEW EDUCATIONAL TOOL

 

As part of the Erasmus+ project, “Museum of Communities”, along with our partners from the Gödöllő Royal Palace and the non-governmental organisation Stazione Utopia in Florence, we have created a new publicly available educational tool.

The story cube supports our work with volunteers in terms of creating engaging and unique stories about museum items.

We have designed not one but two cubes:

  • senses cube, to support the process of experiencing objects through our senses;

  • mind cube, to encourage users to think and reflect critically.

Story cubes allow the users to ask questions about heritage objects and look at them in a new manner, inspiring them to learn collectively and have a discussion. The tool may be used with both beginners and advanced storytellers. Story cubes are a universal solution to be used in adult education.

Download the detailed instructions and a graphic template for the story cubes:

>INSTRUCTIONS    > STORY CUBE

31st January h. 14

 

Join us for the project presentation During the online seminar, we will summarize the project outputs and share with you the idea of the project continuation.

We will also present the Story Cube – the e
ducational tool designed for tutors to help volunteers develop narratives aboutobjects andcreate engaging andunique visits.

> FIND HERE THE PROGRAM

TPM (Transational project meeting) > WILANÓW, PL

The project activities consisted of working days aimed at planning actions related to the project issues, sharing good practices to support volunteers's contribute to the museum education programs and knowing collection of Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów.

Period: 07/09/2021> 08/09/2021

Receiving Organisation: Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw, Poland

Number of people: 2

 

 

1st LTT Meeting (Learning Teaching Training) > FLORENCE, IT

Period: 25/10/2021> 29/10/2021

Receiving Organisation: Stazione Utopia, Florence, Italy

Number of people: 7

 

 

2nd LTT Meeting (Learning Teaching Training) > WILANÓW, PL

Period: 07/02/2022> 11/02/2022

Receiving Organisation: Museum of King Jan III's Palace at Wilanów, Warsaw, Poland

Number of people: 4

 

 

2nd TPM (Transational project meeting> FLORENCE, IT

Period: 10/03/2022> 11/03/2022

Receiving Organisation: Stazione Utopia, Florence, Italy 

Number of people: 9

 

 

3rd LTT Meeting (Learning Teaching Training) > GÖDÖLLÕ, HU

Period: 04/07/2022> 8/07/2022

Receiving Organisation: Royal Palace in Gödöllő Budapest, Hungary

Number of people: 4

 

 

3rd TPM (Transational project meeting) > GÖDÖLLÕ, HU

Period: 16/11/2022> 18/11/2022

Receiving Organisation: Royal Palace in Gödöllő Budapest, Hungary

Number of people: 1

 

 

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