The Time Travel Method

is an educational method,
using local heritage in a learning process,
to create reflection on contemporary issues,
and provide tools for community building

The goal is to promote learning, social cohesion and contribute to community building

The aim is to create community groups and support education in schools, as platforms for learning, dialogue and reflection, using local heritage. This comprises continued processes and events. Objectives, see Bridging Ages action plan

The 5 principles of the Time Travel method

  • The use of local sites and stories
  • Key questions, connecting contemporary issues with the past
  • Working together, several partners
  • Different perspectives of today and the past, mainly bottom-up approach
  • Reflective dialogue in the process and in the event

Each principle needs explanations