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PILOTING OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AT THE AGMI FOUNDATION


01.03.2019


PILOTING OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AT THE AGMI FOUNDATION Piloting of Educatıonal Programs at the AGMI Foundatıon On February 26, the first day of pilot educational meeting took place at Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation. The program was attended by the students of the 8th grade of “Usum” school. The students visited the Genocide Museum and got acquainted with the history of the Armenian Genocide through a specifically prepared presentation.

At the AGMI Conference Hall the students participated in an interactive lecture with newly developed methodology, delivered by Seda Parsamyan, a researcher at the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation. The topic of a lecture was “The Significance of Self-Defense Battles in the Formation of Value System in Teenagers”.

During the lecture a video testimony of a survivor of Musa Dagh self-defense battle was used. The students were assigned a task to present their impressions after the visit to the museum and the training. The students’ descriptions of their impressions will be examined; relevant conclusions will be made and included in the development of the methodology for the educational program.

The students who were enriched with new knowledge and information went away with the expectation of a new meeting.

Taking into account the complexity and diversity of the topic presentation, the AGMI Department of Educational Programs and its Coordinator Kristine Najaryan has developed special methodology training.

It should be noted that the educational programs organized by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Foundation are still in the process of development, and in part will be launched in April 2019.

Day 2 - Speaker Shushan Khachatryan, PhD, theologian, researcher at the AGMI comparative genocide studies department. Topic of the lecture - “Harry Potter, the Frontier of Christianity and the Meds Yeghern”. Participants - 8th grade students of “Usum” school Day 3 - Speaker Elina Mirzoyan, PhD, researcher at the AGMI. Topic of the lecture - “Hrant Dink and the Armenian Genocide”. Participants – 8thg grade students of “Usum” school and School No 63.



First day
8th grade students of “Usum” general school
Speaker; Seda Parsamyan

















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«Ուսում» հանրակրթական դպրոցի VIII ա դասարան
Բանախոս՝ Շուշան Խաչատրյան

















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«Ուսում» հանրակրթական դպրոցի VIII դ դասարան
Ղ. Աղայանի անվան թիվ 63 դպրոց VIII ա դասարան Բանախոս՝ Էլինա Միրզոյան













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«Ուսում» հանրակրթական դպրոցի VIII ա դասարան
Բանախոս՝ Նարինե Մարգարյան
















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