2019 Teachers’ Open Day

Monday, October 7th, from 04:30 pm to 07:00 pm. To investigate new approaches and methods and get to know the world of STEAM education, creative workshops, dance and inclusion best practices in the 21st-century school. Admission is free.
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(Italiano) Cosa fa per me l’Europa

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EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES

Come and play on the European Day of Language and find out how rich European languages and cultures are and how pleasant learning a foreign language can be.

On September 24th, 2017, Explora will celebrate the European Day of Languages, which was established by the Council of Europe in 2001. Since then, it’s celebrated every year throughout Europe.

The event in its second edition at Explora is an opportunity to celebrate and promote cultural and linguistic diversity of our continent and to get people to know the more than 200 languages being spoken in Europe. The European Commission Representation in Italy looks at the future: this is why they invite children aged from 3 to 12 years, and their families, to go to the Museum on a free day to encourage people to learn languages, and give everybody an opportunity of growth and evolution.

From 10:00 am to 07:00 pm, a full day of celebration, with many free activities and others to be booked, for all age groups.

Activities in the Museum’s garden, pavilion and bookshop are conducted by Explora together with the European Commission Representation in Italy, the Institutes for Culture, the Embassies and the Associations of Croatia, Slovakia, Georgia, Lithuania, and Poland.

At the Museum, at 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 03:00 pm and 05:00 pm:

  • LIS, the italian sign language, admission-free workshop conducted by Explora and European Commission Representation in Italy, for children aged 3-11 years;
  • Every country has its own animal sounds, admission-free workshop conducted by Explora and European Commission Representation in Italy, for children aged 3-5 years;
  • Find the country, admission-free workshop conducted by Explora and European Commission Representation in Italy, for children aged 6-11 years;
  • Wireless phone, manual creative workshop conducted by Croatia, for 6-11 age groups. Booking required;
  • Teqa and Felt Technique, manual creative workshop by Georgia, for 8-11 age group. Booking required;
  • Alphabet stamps, manual creative workshop by Lithuania, for 8-11 age groups. Booking required;
  • A journey to the stars and planets, manual creative workshop by Poland, for 3-7 age groups. Booking required;
  • Paper animals, manual creative workshop by Slovakia, for 8-11 age group. Booking required. 

In the bookshop:

  • Reading “Le Metamorfosi di Ovidio, il ratto di Europa”, by Explora and European Commission Representation in Italy, 6-11 years, 10.15 o’clock;
  • Reading “More valuable than gold”, by Slovakia, 3-11 years, 11.15 o’clock;
  • Reading “Train in the snow”, conducted by Croatia, 6-11 years, 12.15;
  • Reading “The baby dinosaur” by Georgia, 6-11 years, 15.15;
  • Reading “Lech, Czech and Rus legend” by Poland, 3-7 years, 16.15;
  • Reading “Egle, the queen of serpents” by Lithuania, 6-11 years, 17.15. 

In the outdoor area, from 10:00 am to 07:00 pm:

  • “The cheating word”, admission-free workshop conducted by Explora, for children aged 3-11 year.

Officina in cucina, Cooking Lab, at 10:45 am and 03:45 pm:

  • “Starlets”, workshop conducted by Explora, in the Officina in Cucina (Cooking Lab) space, for children aged 5-11 years.

 

To attend the Day, please sign up on the Explora Museum website as of September 11th, 2017.

To attend the reading and Officina in Cucina: call +39063613776 – booking required while seats last.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn and experiment with different languages and cultures in a fun and original way! See you at the Explora Museum!

 

INFORMATION

Age: 3-11 years
When: September 24th, 2017, from 10:00 am to 07:00 pm.
How to attend: Online booking from the Explora website is required to be admitted to Explora free of charge. Booking will be available from September 11th.

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Access to workshops is limited and booking is required at the museum within the first 30 minutes after visit starts.

 

 

On the occasion of the European Day of Languages, the “Europei si nasce, poliglotti si diventa” seminar will be held on September 26th at Spazio Europa in Rome. Click here for more information.

 

GARDENStoGROW Logo Design Contest

Enrol in the Logo Design Contest GARDENStoGROW dedicated to artists, graphic designers, professionals or amateurs to create the GARDENStoGROW projects brand identifying logo for all communications, both hardcopy and digital.

GARDENStoGROW is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union whose aim is to enhance the variety and quality of primary school education in four countries (Italy, Spain, UK, Bulgaria), by making educational gardens at Explora and partner structures. 

The contest will start on September 1st, 2017 and will end on September 30th, 2017.
The final selection will take place in two stages:

Stage 1: from October 1st to 15th – the first three logos will be selected;
Stage 2: October 24th – the prize awarding event will take place during the kick-off meeting at Explora, the Childrens Museum of Rome.

The logo contest is open to all persons aged 16 to 35 years, professionals residing in one of the state members of the European Union, students/graduates in Architecture, Design and Arts, Fashion, Advertising Design, Industrial Design, individually or in team (please indicate leader), provided that a single branding project is presented.

Download guidelines

 

GARDENStoGROW is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

In addition to Explora, GARDENStoGROW includes 10 more European partners – 4 universities and research centres, 1 children’s museum, 1 foundation and 4 schools: ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – UNIVERSITÀ  DI BOLOGNA – Department of Agricultural Sciences; UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PARMA – Department of Human, Social Sciences and Cultural enterprises; research centre STEPS S.r.l. of Bologna; ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO CLAUDIO ABBADO, with the nursery school of school complex Leonarda Vaccari of Roma; MUZEIKO FOUNDATION, the Children’s Museum of Sofia, Bulgaria; Cosmos Kids 1 LTD, nursery school of Sofia, Bulgaria; SOUTH WEST COLLEGE, University of Northern Ireland, United Kingdom; Dungannon Primary School of Northern Ireland, United Kingdom; FUNDACIÓN TIERRA INTEGRAL of Bullas, Spain; nursery school ESCUELA DE EDUCACION INFANTIL N1 of Bullas, Spain.

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