TRAME JSTE was held online on the 4th, 9th and 11th of June 2021. The event was hosted by the Association of Cultural Heritage Managers – KÖME (Hungary) with the aim of supporting the joint development of the TRAME educational methodology, and in particular of setting up a common basis for the delivery of pilot courses. It consisted of presentations and workshops dedicated to school teachers and heritage managers that were selected by partner organizations. Some presentations aimed to introduce future steps such as:

  • Presentations of the pilot programme drafts and pilot sites in Serbia, Italy and Turkey
  • Virtual tour as the introduction of Early Christian Necropolis of Pécs (Sopianae)
  • Presentation of the TRAME manual concept

Other presentations were dedicated to the specific topics or methodological and educational approaches developed within the project:

  • TRAME and the ancient migrations
  • Heritage interpretation, experience design and TRAME
  • The elements of the cooperation among teachers and the heritage site
  • Teaching teens (How can we make the topic relevant)
  • Cooperation and participation of students (in each educational phase)

The Joint Staff Training event helped partners to get to know each other’s perspectives, methods and good practices, as well as to exchange experiences in order to set up a list of common criteria for the definition of pilot programs.

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