Horario de verano: miércoles a sábado de 14 a 19 h.
Centro Ana Frank Argentina, Superí 2647
Coghlan, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
(011) 3533-8505 / 15-6120-9635 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centro Ana Frank Argentina counts with different travelling projects which are touring more and more areas across the country. We concluded 2017 with a total of 53 times the exhibitions were displayed, 838 new peer guides and 60.203 people who visited the exhibitions.
On each location, volunteer peer guides from middle schools or social or religious organizations are trained for these projects. As part of the intensive trainings of these youngsters, they are informed; they discuss and reflect on the whole content of the exhibitions
If you’re interested on showcasing any of our exhibitions in your area contact us!
For more information about the exhibition go to http://www.centroanafrank.com.ar/muestras-itinerantes or e-mail us to email@example.com.
Centro Ana Frank is encouraging the youth to take part of the 9th Delegation to The Netherlands to share the “Amsterdam from Anne Frank´s sight” experience with peer guides and interested youngsters from all over the country.
The programme is aimed to Centro Ana Frank´s and the travelling exhibitions´ peer guides; and interested and committed youngsters who are willing to live this wonderful experience, which will always remain on their retina and soul.
The aim of this programme is to empower the youth and provide a learning experience and exchange opportunity understanding the context Anne Frank and her family lived and getting to reflect about it: by touring the cities of Amsterdam and The Hague, including official receptions events and a specially guided visit to the Anne Frank House. We will also be visiting closed places for common visitors, the house where they remained in hiding, which contains the original “Diary”, among many other unforgettable places.
Departure: Monday, July 16th 2018.
New informative meeting: Wednesday 28th of march, 18.30 H. in Superí 2647
REPORTS AND RESERVATIONS: Centro Ana Frank. Superí 2647 – CABA (1430)
Tel.: (11) 3533-8505 or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The VIRTUAL COURSE consists of 8 weekly classes and a final face-to-face examination that takes place in the Centro Ana Frank Argentina. The dictated course is “Anne Frank and writing as a possibility of freedom”.
For the ONE-ON-ONE COURSES, we propose, for the first semester, the ”TRAYECTO CONVIVENCIAS”. It is integrated by two courses: “Diversity and coexistence in the classroom” and “Interventions in situations of violence in the school”.
Each one of the courses consists of 5 face-to-face classes and three online modules. They will be taught at the Centro Ana Frank Argentina on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
Both type of courses awarded scores of 0,360 for CABA and 0,28 for Province of Buenos Aires each.
To enroll, please fill in this form: https://goo.gl/forms/w42uzCYzhjWnfdP63
You can read more about our courses here: https://www.centroanafrank.com.ar/instituto-cap-docente#cursos
Aimed at all teachers who want to know the story of Anne Frank. The course consists of a short distance training, open to educators from all over the country.
Also, in this initiative, everyone can manage their time. It consists of three classes and an introductory video that ends with a multiple choice questionnaire. Once the modules are completed, a diploma is awarded.
Signe up in http://campus.centroanafrank.com.ar/login/index.php ¡you can do it anywhere you wish!
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The Teacher’s training Institute is organizing its 3rd Teacher’s training seminar, in the city of Amsterdam, joining the official delegation, winners of the literary contest “From Anne Frank to our days” and peer guides from the Centro Ana Frank Argentina.
This seminar aims to the understanding of the phenomena of violence and discrimination between people, in particular within the educational environment. We will also analyze the rol of educators today and the possible intervention strategies that the educational institution can apply to prevent, mitigate or counteract these processes that act in society
The trip will take place in the city of Amsterdam where the group will visit significant places that were important in Anne and her family’s life. Also, we will make a special visit to the Hague
Will you let this opportunity slip away?
New informative meeting: Wednesday 28th of march, 18.30 H. in Superí 2647
Departure day: Monday 16th of july, 2018
For questions, please write us to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a teacher or you work in the educational field and you are looking to share your experiences, get to know different realities from other colleagues working places and learn about new training proposals for your students, we invite you to take part in a new Working Breakfast!
The first Working Breakfast will take place this wednesday 21th, at 10 a.m in Superí 2647, Coghlan.
You can singe up by filling in the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/6zlQaw4LPwN7RRzi2
Your participation is very valuable to us!
Once again we invite all schools to participate in this exchange activity.
The activity consists in getting together groups of different schools during one morning or afternoon so they can know each other and tell about their institutions, traditions and those elements that represent them.
During this day, the students tour the exhibitions “Anne Frank, a story for today” and the recreation of the annex. In parallel and in small groups, the students participate in workshops with different dynamics to debate about situations of discriminations in their every day, and think strategies that build a better coexistence.
As closure, they share a lunch with the food that every school brings.
Dates of the Encounters 2018 (*NEW Encounters during the afternoons*!):
6th and 7th grades of primary schools and 1st years of high schools – Monday, May 7th. – Monday, August 13nd. – Friday, August 31st
2nd and 6th grade of high schools – Wednesday, May 9th. – Monday, September 3rd – Monday, October 8th
The schools of special education are invited to participate in the encounter that consider relevant according the average age of the group.
- Inscription form: https://goo.gl/forms/NiQPD21UCRjHXYBA2
Since the year 2014, 191 scholar groups have participated in this wonderful proposal of collective writing. Starting off a predetermined format, each group creates their own newspaper with journalistic texts linked with Anne Frank, the Holocaust, the military dictatorship in Argentina, the Human Rights now days, the diversity and coexistence.
The productions are later exhibited in the form of panels in the Anniversary Act of the Anne Frank Centre, where students get to know each other and share this experience. In November the project closes its cycle with the publication of the “Kids Voice”, a printed newspaper that integrates a text of every grade and it is distributed in a massive way.
Deadline: May 30th
Terms and conditions: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GN_beV01TefZFnjbSrs61f9mme_vJ6Mt
Inscription form: https://goo.gl/forms/BzjjkqLYpW7SqYay2
We invite you to participate in the 10th Literary Contest “From Anne Frank to our days” destined to youngsters from 13 to 25 years old and teachers from all levels, and the 6th Inclusive Literary Contest, for youngsters from 13 years old and adults, that belonged or had belonged to establishments of special education.
The literary contests are opportunities to investigate, learn and express opinions related to topics linked to Anne´s Frank life, Nazism, the last dictatorship in Argentina, Human Rights now days, violence, discrimination and coexistence in diversity. The goal is to motivate teenagers and adults to become writers, making their voice and ideals heard.
All the winning writers are published in the book “Texts and project that build coexistence”, edited by EUDEBA.
Deadlines and Access links to the terms and conditions:
- 10th Literary Contest: June 29th.
(Terms and conditions: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NGhkANqUDgdU5RUplQVf6GXielpy0RD3/view?usp=sharing)
-6th Inclusive Literary Contest: July 13nd.
(Terms and conditions: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WS4oKS14FzlcujNyv7MHyaUMQrYF4qSz)
In this new school year, we invite schools of special education to visit our museum and participate in the different projects that include them.
This year we are giving schools of special education visits a new impetus, because the enriching and meaningful experiences that we had and the increasing interest of schools in visiting the museum.
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