Implementation of ‘Dragon Tales in Europe’ (SoI-GR-243)

Background Information The learning scenario above was implemented in one of my Medieval History classes of 26 students (16-year-old). I was searching for something to fit my students’ interests, and after an informal poll that I made amongst them (they had to choose between Medieval manuscripts and their making procedure …

Ghettos: from Shakespeare to #BlackLivesMatter (LS-IT-633)

Context Inspired by an insightful Europeana blog post, this Learning Scenario constitutes a journey which starts in Shakespeare’s 16th-century fictional Venice – with Shylock, Antonio, and their biases – and leads students throughout history to our troubled, less-than-perfect present. It is a journey into language, literature, and society, focusing on …

The Lighthouse (LS-TR-632)

This project-based learning scenario was created by Class Teacher Umut Şencan from Turkey. In this scenario, the students will discover how lighthouses …

Our Everyday Hardware (LS-HR-631)

The learning scenario highlights and explains the differences between old computer parts and modern computer parts housed in modern computer cases. Is …

Imagery of Power (LS-EU-629)

Imagery of power – visualising what power looks like in 20th-century stereotypes in representing European rulers and dictators in propaganda. A mighty …

Voices from the Corner (LS-ES-626)

The context for the implementation This Learning Scenario has been developed by Maribel Vila a member of the Europeana Spanish User Group …

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