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Inclusive Seminars and Activities in the Stone Age Park

Date: 
Saturday, 1 February, 2014 to Friday, 31 October, 2014
Responsible: 
Dr. Rüdiger Kelm
Number of Participants / Visitors / Audience: 
135

In the frame of the OpenArch-Project the Archaeological-Ecological Centre Albersdorf could organize three social inclusive seminars and voluntary work projects with handicapped people, with their teachers / responsibles, both with children and teenagers. In the frame of the so-called "Coast of the Talented"-Project in the county of Dithmarschen we could use especially the activity stations in our Museum, which has been co-funded via OpenArch.
In a whole three inclusive school-groups from the cities of Meldorf and Albersdorf visited our museum and used the activity stations and other infrastructure for educational programs: In the beginning there was a short theoretic introduction, then the practical part was in focus (about working with stone material, with wood and with leather / skin).
Also two workshops with teachers from Albersdorf and the city of Heide about the possibilities in our museum for handicapped people took place, and gave the inspiration to visit our park after the course with their inclusive classes.
After the seminars all of the trained visitor groups came back to our museum and used the infrastructure and programs.
In the future we would like to develop this cooperation with the schools with inclusive classes on a more systematic base; for this purpose we had one seminar in 2015 and one is planned in 2016.

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Working with Rock Carvings-Project
Workshop for the teachers
At different stations the teachers learned...
Inclusive School Classes took part in the...
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Working with skin in prehistoric way
Working with wood with flint-tools
Working with flint-stone