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Education

The Educational Role of The Jordan Museum

The educational role of the Jordan Museum is an important one where programmes and interactive workshops are planned and designed conforming to the museums mission. The objective is to be an educational facility and an important vehicle for explaining and facilitating a greater understanding of the unique history and cultural heritage of Jordan.

Workshops we offer for School Students

Teachers have the flexibitly to choose any of the below workshops suited to their own student needs.

To book and arrange any workshops, please contact our educational team: 

Mr. Mohammed Qaisi at mqaisi@jordanmusem.jo

Miss. Ala'a Al Deek at Alaa.AlDeek@jordanmuseum.jo

Mind Map Making

The activity aims to encourage children to think logically and to learn how to express their ideas

Headdress of Pride

The aim of this workshop is to introduce the headdress of Arab men and its different varieties and uses

Past Workshops

04, May 2012 - 05, May 2012

A primary school students program was funded by the King Abdullah Fund for Development in collaboration with the Sandhurst Royal Military Academy in order to raise  Awareness of National Tourists. The program included organizations such as the Royal Court, Council of Prime Ministers  and the Ministry of Tourism. 

28, Apr 2012

 

The Jordan Museum participated with the Children’s Museum in a workshop to celebrate Labor Day. Both the Education and Conservation departments at the Jordan Museum designed an activity for children called ‘Be a Conservator for One day’. The aim of the workshop was to teach young children the importance of preserving artefacts. 

Workshops for the Deaf

Reservations and Instructions

School Visit Instructions

Student Museum trips can be exciting educational experiences. Planning ahead makes all of the difference.

Research

One of our previous employees Miss. Maram Naes obtained an MSc in Chemical Sciences from the Jordan University prior to her MA in Wall Painting...

The Jordan Museum has recently conducted a research survey of Jordanian views with regards to archaeological inheritance in collaboration with Dr...