Pottery Class

Teaching History through Pottery

This course is designed for educators who are looking for alternative ways to involve students in learning procedure as also educator's of children with learning disabilities to help their classroom induction.

In a world full of technology people forget to learn through their senses. In this course you will have the opportunity to discover the power of clay and use it as a tool in order to teach and understand your students better.

 

DAY TO DAY SCHEDULE

DAY 1

Getting to know each another: Ice-breaking activities

Lecture: Theories behind the importance of music making and drama techniques in classroom

Introduction to the subject

DAY 2

Visit and guided tour at a Pottery Workshop

Learning the process of making

Experimentation with clay through the use of hand building techniques

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DAY 3

Theory behind the importance of using clay as a teaching method

Learning history through interactive ways of making

Understanding the environmental surroundings

NICOSIA BY NIGHT (Historical and cultural walk in the old town of Nicosia)

DAY 4

Visit to the Archaeological museum

Pottery workshop

DAY 5

Presentation of the work

Discussion 

Award ceremony

Dates of courses 2021

22 -26 November 2021

13 - 17 December 2021

Dates of courses 2022

24 - 28 January 2022

14 - 18 February 2022

14 -18 March 2022

25 - 29 April 2022

16 - 20 May 2022

Note: Dates and Program may be subject to change

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