Thanks to financial support of the US Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina BMN has been able to record several museum educators within the project “Tinkering and Making for Human Rights – Educational activities for children with disabilities in museums”. Museums who partnered in the project – Museum of Herzegovina in Trebinje and Zenica City Museum both demonstrated educational techniques in videos.
Check our BMN You Tube channel to view the videos of (1) Lejla Agić from Zenica City Museum, (2) Aida Šarac from Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, (3) Ivana Grujić, Simo Radić and Dražen Milić from Museum of Herzegovina Trebinje.
Each video is on a specific workshop topic presenting an educational method these educators have used in an inclusive workshop.
Lejla Agić is demonstrating how you can colour textile with motives from your museum’s collection in an inclusive workshop.She us using several techniques.
Aida Šarac is making tactile box from a scratch, explaining how she is using this tool when holding inclusive workshops that include children from the autistic range.
Ivana Grujić, Simo Radić and Dražen Milić talk about easy ways to use clay and beads when implementing hands-on inclusive workshop about Neolithic pottery and jewellery.
You can also check out three videos of accessible services that are offered in Zenica City Museum.
Do you have educational method you would like to share with your colleagues in a video?