TEACHING AND EDUCATIONAL CLASS TO THE MUSEUM OF THE ALPS
The Museum of the Alps collects and proposes the natural, historic, social and cultural rights of the Alps. Through a multi-sensory and multi-disciplinary path, the visitor is emotionally involved in a story line that starts from orogenesis and comes to the signs of anthropization, dwells on the rituals and myths of the mountain civilization, illustrates the relationship between the city and the mountains in modernity, to be completed by assuming new forms of sustainable development for the future.
Sets, re-enactments, reconstructions and interactive multimedia tools are chosen to express the themes proposed in an on-going dialogue between technology and tradition.
Schools may also choose to visit the proposals presented in the section Programs for Groups
EDUCATIONAL PATHWAYS TO PRISONS
For the different levels of education, it has been prepared learning activities aimed at discovering the history of the Fortress of Bard, its architectural evolution, characters and events that have characterized the military life.
Let’s conquer the Fortress. Nursery School
Let’s build the Fortress. Primary school, classes I and II
Let’s play in the Fortress. Primary school classes III, IV and V
Let’s project the Fortress. Secondary School of first degree
PATH "THE CHILDREN ALPS"
News from March 2015 (section updated)
Through historical settings, models, movies, authentic weapons or reconstructed, miniature armies, the new Museum will present the progress of the self-defence techniques and architectural solutions adopted over the centuries, from Roman times to the nineteenth century, to the gradual abandonment of forts, due to the advent of new techniques of warfare in the twentieth century. The exhibition will include sections devoted to the concept of the frontier: the Alps as a natural barrier but also as a place of encounter, exchange and passage through the centuries up to the present situation made an alpine environment without borders, with freedom movement of vehicles and people.
Schools wishing to participate in educational workshops must book by calling + 39 0125 833817 or by writing to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org