Our second meeting took place in the historic city of Wroclaw in Poland, on 6th – 7th April 2017.
During this meeting we discussed the heritage projects the four schools had identified that could be used for heritage interpretation activities, and the progress that had been made on disseminating the project, including through this website.
We explored different opportunities of interpretation, with each school looking at how Wroclaw’s Town Hall could be explained to a group of migrants. The teachers discussed different types of media that would be relevant to their students and audiences, including self-guided tours, audio, role-playing, storytelling and events and activities.
An important part of the two-day meeting was to plan the next session, which is the training course for teachers that will take place in Corfu later in the year.