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Sholokhov Museum Program is in the Book of the Best Museum Class Scripts

14.05.2019

The Russian Committee of the International Council of Museums (ICOM of Russia) within the project “Inclusive Museum” presented a book of the best scripts of museum classes for children with mental disabilities. There is a program of the Museum-Reserve of M.A.Sholokhov “In the Don Country Each Cossack is a Fisher” (the author is L.M.Slyusarenko). The materials can be seen by reference.

The 12 programs selected by the expert council members including museum specialists, representatives of the profile public organizations and the parents of the disabled children and children with special mental development can be used as a practical model by the methodologists, guides and supervisors involved in the implementation of classes for children with mental disabilities.

All the programs published are the winners of the project “Inclusive Museum” held at the end of 2018, by the Russian Committee ICOM of Russia jointly with the social project “Observation Wheel” under the support of the Sberbank Charitable Foundation “Contribution to the Future”.

The class “In the Don Country Each Cossack is a Fisher” is a part of the inclusive project “Lazoriki”, which implementation in the Museum-Reserve of M.A.Sholokhov began in October 2018. It is aimed at creating an accessible environment, organization of cultural leisure for “special” visitors – children with disabilities.

We hope the program of the Museum-Reserve of M.A.Sholokhov will be of practical use in other museums, educational and development centres and will help to make the life of special children brighter and more interesting.

 

Natalya Trofimenko