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Open Seminar: The Time Travel Method in the Learning Process

A series of unique educational activities held on the 26/11/2022 and 27/11/2022 at the Bastion of St. George (Apollonion Street, Medieval Town) will be part of the programme of the 15th Medieval Festival, which will be open to the public.

26/11/22 at 19:00: Seminar for teachers of all levels and forms of education, on "The Time Travel Method in the Learning Process".

The seminar will present: the international conference and training attended by members of the association in Kerasunda, Turkey, through the ERASMUS+ mobility programme, the Time Travel methodology of applied historical revival introduced by the International Network Bridging Ages, based at the Archaeological Museum of Kalmar in Sweden, the poem "Death of Rhodes" by Em. "Time Traveling through a Poem", on which the experiential project "Time Traveling through a Poem" will be based.

The training will be completed on Sunday, December 4, when an experiential activity (historical revival) will take place, using the Time Travel method for a limited number of participants. A prerequisite for participation in the experiential programme on 4/12/22 is to attend the seminar on 26/11/22, as well as an online session to be announced to those who register and a face-to-face meeting on 3/12/22 to prepare the experiential action.

The Time Travel method is an innovative educational tool for using local heritage and history in the learning process, which aims to generate reflection on contemporary issues (e.g. equality, democracy, diversity, etc.) and provide tools for community development. Its philosophy: by knowing our historical past, we understand the present and shape the future.

The seminar is addressed to teachers at all educational levels but also to those interested in using an experiential learning process in their field of activity (e.g. scouting systems, theatre groups, environmental, humanitarian organisations, etc.) or work (e.g. training institutions, private schools, etc.).

Participation in the entire training is free of charge and Certificates of Attendance will be issued for those who attend the entire programme.

The seminar on 26/11/22 is open to the public and is organised in the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme and is held in parallel with the Medieval Festival of Rhodes. For those interested in continuing in the experiential training, applications will be made on the spot on the day of the seminar.

Seminar facilitators: Anna Achiola, Despina Karagianni, Eleftheria Binikou, Yola Pelekanou

27/11/22 at 18:00: A Historical Heritage of 500 years

An inspiring symposium where influential speakers will speak: writers, researchers, academics and artists. The Symposium will close with a concert of rare medieval music.

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