Museum Education for Schools


The course provider sends the necessary information regarding the course materials to the beneficiary school. After the detailed information about accommodation, transportation and eating and drinking of the visiting teachers is sent to the schools, a preliminary information is given to the leading teachers about the content of the course.


Museums, which are the exhibition area of art, science, history and culture, are immortal memories that carry the past to the present, especially put forward by humanity. Considering the museums displaying hundreds, thousands of fossils, these areas, which offer information from millions of years ago, are the social memories of nations, especially when considered on the basis of nation. Of course, it would not be right to limit museums as places where past cultural assets are exhibited. At the same time, they are places where art and intelligence products of the recent past are exhibited in ethnography, science, nature and folklore museums.

Historical buildings, places and especially museums are the areas where social learning conditions are most favorable. Museums, which are created with different concepts, especially on national, local or general issues, offer individuals an enjoyable learning opportunity. When viewed from this aspect, it is revealed that museums have educational roles besides their research, collecting and preserving historical objects.

Museums, which are living laboratories of lessons such as history, science, social studies, and life sciences, are important areas that support the education of children and young people who are in the education stage, experiment in the field and make learning enjoyable. Especially historical places and museums offer students the opportunity to see and examine rich historical resources in a lively environment. This enables students to become aware of the nature of history and its backyard. In this respect, it is supported by many educators to teach students what history is and how it should be understood through experience during a museum visit.

Thanks to museum education, teachers will be able to study their lessons vividly and learning will become permanent.


Warm Up-Ice Breaking Activities
Questıon - Answer Technıque
Problem-Solvıng Technıque
Braın Storm Technıque (Osborn)
Role Playıng
Drama Improvısatıon
Statıon Technıque
Mıcro Teachıng
Jıgsaw Technıque
Group Discussions;
Case Studies
Problem Based Learning
Concept Mapping


  Understand Museum Education is important at schools
  Learn the what are the educational roles of the Museums
  Develop a framework of Museum Education
  Understand characteristics, approaches and techniques of Museum education
  Develop and maintain sound relationships with community organizations, schools, cultural institutions, universities, other museums, and the general public
  Learn how to prepare a school visit in museums and archaeological sites
  Develop games to use in Museum visit in order to maket he learning long lasting
  Examine examples of good practice from participants’ schools.
  Learn how to collaborate with scholars and specialists
  Develop interpretation with specific educational goals supported by integrating content and learning objectives for targeted audiences.

Follow Up

After the course, all trainees will be given copies of all course materials that can be shared with their colleagues in their institutions within the scope of dissemination activities. In addition, a self-assessment form will be provided to enable trainees to learn on their own. At the end of the course, participants will fill out an evaluation form regarding the content of the training.


  Activities: all courses include at least one guided city tour and one full-day excursion (usually on Saturday).
  Certificate: all our courses guarantee a Certificate of Attendance if 80% of the lessons will be attended.
•  Lessons: classes take place in the Morning (9:00 – 13:45) 
•  Platform: participants will have free access to our e-learning platform.