Symposium 2017

The 17th International Symposium
for School History Museums & Collections in Dordrecht in July 2017

The theme of the Symposium was ‘Looking back to the future, presenting school history for a new era’. The conference program consisted of plenary keynote lectures and discussions. 

Click on the links below to download the available presentations.

Presentations Thursday 5th of July 2017

Historical Classrooms are no longer sufficiënt – Matthias Rösch (Nürnberg, Germany)
A new path for the Danish Museum of Education – Lea Cecilie Bennedsen (Copenhagen, Danmark)
European Digital School Museums (EuDisMus) – Marko Ljubic (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Interlinking Pictura – Stefanie Kollmann (Berlin, Germany)
Schoolmuseum in Osnabrück on its way – Elisbeth and Eckehard Czucka (Osnabrück, Germany)
We create the future so that the past can entertain and educate – Vanekova, Koci, Kunstekova (Bratislava, Slovak Republic)
The idea of working education and their application in the present society – Maja Nikolova (Belgrade, Servia)
Museums of education and international collaboration with exhibition: experiences of slavic speaking Europe – Branko Sustar (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Presentations Friday 6th of July 2017

The system of work of the pedagogical museum of Ukraine with different categories of visitors – Kira Stepanovych (Kyiv, Ukraïne)
Understanding the mobilities of engaging youths through the museum: a case study of school museum in Ondo State Nigeria – M.S. Jayeola-Omoyeni (Ondo, Nigeria)
Cornelis Jetses, selfportrait of an artist and illustrator in the pedagogic realm - Liane Strauss (Germany)
Education about the Dutch East Indies – Jacques Dane (Nationaal Onderwijsmuseum, Netherlands)
They took our school – young in occupied Oslo – Aud Rudshagen (Oslo, Norway)
Exhibition Projects of the Pedagogical Museum of Ukraïne the topic and features of operation - Oleksander Mikhno (Kyiv, Ukraïne)
Integrating school history into childhood history – Mette Tveit (Stavanger, Norway)
Nature's Classroom - The School Garden Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow – Mateja Ribaric (Ljubljana, Slovenia)


For all enquiries about the Symposium please contact mrs. Linda Terpstra on the details below.

Linda Terpstra, Project Manager Symposium
Phone: 0031 78 632 68 20