MUSEUM EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, PEDAGOGICAL MATERIAL IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EUROPEAN COMENIUS REGIO ARCA.DIA.LOGUE PROGRAM: THE CASE OF TÉRIADE’S “27 GREAT ARTISTS’ BOOKS”

Authors

  • Dimitra Macri High School of Pedagogical and Technical Education
  • Ioannis Makris High School of Pedagogical and Technical Education

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17770/amcd2017.2828

Keywords:

TERIADE's Great Artists' Books, educational proposals, video, Comenius Regio Partnership ARCA.DIA.logue European Program

Abstract

The cultural heritage of a museum, regardless of that museum’s size, is unique and richly deserves to become known to the public in general and the student community in particular. The purpose of the present publication is to showcase “27 Great Artists’ Books,” which is but one of the many treasures of the Tériade Collection housed in the Stratis Eleftheriadis Museum–Library in Mytilini, the capital of the island of Lesvos, Greece. More specifically, it seeks to promote the art videos which were designed and created on that seminal segment of the Tériade Collection within the framework of the European Program Comenius Regio Partnership ARCA.DIA.logue (2013–15). What is more, those art videos constitute the foundation of the present proposal which discusses a didactic approach addressed to European Secondary Education students. That approach comprises three stages and is indicative only: teachers may give it the shape that best serves the needs of their classes under their tutelage.

 

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Author Biographies

  • Dimitra Macri, High School of Pedagogical and Technical Education
    Post Dr. Dr in Psychology, Dr. in French Litterature, School Inspector in GreeceDimitra Macri works as School Counselor within the Secondary Education framework and as child psychologist within the Tertiary Education framework. Her studies include French Literature, Home Economics, Pedagogy, and Psychology at such Universities as the Paris-Sorbonne University (formerly Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris IV), France; University of Burgundy, France; and Harokopio University, Athens, Greece. She holds postgraduate degrees in Educational Studies from the University of Burgundy, France; and in European Studies from Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (formerly Paris X Nanterre), France. She received summa cum laude her Ph.D. and post-doctoral degrees in Psychology from the École Pratique des Hautes Etudes, France. She received, also summa cum laude, her Ph.D. in French Literature from Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (formerly Paris X Nanterre), France). She has contributed to and collaborated in a number of Greek research programs run by the University of Athens as well as international ones in France and Portugal. Her research and writing work focuses on the Didactics of the Humanities, Pedagogy, Differential Psychology, and Family Psychology.
  • Ioannis Makris, High School of Pedagogical and Technical Education
    Dr. Ioannis Makris (Composer/ Conductor) is graduated in Music from Paris IV – Sorbonne University (France) and in Classical Guitar and in Byzantine music (Greece). He received his Ph. D. and his Post – Ph. D. In Psychology from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes ( France) He was made speeches and lectures on Music, Psychology and Music Therapy in England, Portugal, Holland, Greece, Tunisia, Lithuania, Ireland. For many years was in charge of academic musical ensembles and activities. Actually he is CEO of Melivia Company for Education, Culture and Research. Dr. Makris compose and teach Music. His work is focus in Symphonic Music, in Word Instrumental Music and in Sound Design.

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Published

23.01.2018

How to Cite

Macri, D., & Makris, I. (2018). MUSEUM EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, PEDAGOGICAL MATERIAL IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE EUROPEAN COMENIUS REGIO ARCA.DIA.LOGUE PROGRAM: THE CASE OF TÉRIADE’S “27 GREAT ARTISTS’ BOOKS”. ARTS AND MUSIC IN CULTURAL DISCOURSE. Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference, 36-40. https://doi.org/10.17770/amcd2017.2828