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Arts education is an experiential learning and it cultivates students’ creativity, curiosity and imagination. In our 5-day teacher training course on ‘Learning through Arts and Museums’ we offer participants a sustained and process-oriented content to deliver this teaching method in their own classroom.  


This is a hands-on training in the use of arts and museums as learning tools and spaces. Participants will actually be working on specific art projects rather than just talking about it. Participants will learn about how to design their own lesson plans by incorporating elements of learning through arts and museums and explore specific topics. During the training sessions, participants will discover inquiry-based approaches of art and museum teaching strategies for classroom. By the end of the training, participants will present their own lesson plan or art projects and receive feedback from the audience.

By completing this course, participants will;  


• Discover the concepts of arts in education and learning in museums 

• Nurture creativity, imagination and expression  

• Foster mental stimulation and problem-solving skills  

• Encourage a more engaged learning environment  

• Have the capacity to promote experiential learning  

• Foster critical thinking and language skills  

• Build an intercultural awareness  

• Innovative teaching techniques and strategies to get the most of students  

• Understand analysing, reflecting, creating, imagining and connecting when learning through arts and museums  

• Deepen their knowledge of self-assessment and assessing students work  

• Improve foreign language and communication skills through meeting with colleagues from different countries

Classes take place Monday to Friday in the Morning (9:30 – 13:30) or in the Afternoon (14:30 – 18:30)  


• Day 1 - Monday  

Welcoming and Introduction of the course programme  

Presentation of participants  

Ice-breaking activities  

What do we mean by learning in museums and learning through art? 

How can this approach help students to increase their engagement and motivation in school?  

The advantages of using art and museums as learning spaces and tools  


• Day 2 - Tuesday  

Group discussion: What are your experiences so far about this topic? 

Introduction to art and activity  

Activities for analysing and reflecting: discuss drawing, sound, movement, writing, and game-based activities that build skills for analysing and reflecting about art  

Moving from theory to practice: activities for creating, imagining and connecting 


• Day 3 - Wednesday  

Visit to a local museums, performing arts centres, and other community arts organisations  

Reflecting and analysing of visits  

Group discussion: How to build intercultural awareness through museums?  


• Day 4 - Thursday  

Sensory literacy; information through sight, touch, hearing, smell, and taste 

Object-based learning in museums  

How to improve lateral thinking and foster students’ creative problem-solving

Assessment strategies: self-assessment for teachers as the facilitator, and assessing students’ work  

Participants will develop a group and/or individual art project  


• Day 5 - Friday  

Presentation of group/individual projects  

Evaluation of the training course, discussion and feedbacks 

Exchange of ideas for future collaborations at European level  

Certification of Attendance  

Confirmation of EuroPass Mobility documents

5 Day Course Fee per person: 400 €  


Total Price Includes;  


- Administrative support before, during and after the training course 

- Course and training materials  

- Certificate of Attendance  

- Confirmation of Europass Mobility Certificate  

- Administrative and Organisational costs  

- Coffee Breaks  

- School Visits (if scheduled in advance)  


 * For additional services such as accommodation, guided city tours, airport and local transfers etc. contact us via e-mail:

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