Extracurricular places of learning Junior Campus Junior Museum

IMAGINATIVE AND INFORMATIVE.

LEARNING AT BMW WELT AND THE BMW MUSEUM.

Junior Campus and the BMW Junior Museum are unique places of extracurricular learning which arouse interest in science and technology among children and young people. Imagination and curiosity provide the basis for discovering the world and understanding technology.

THE FASCINATION OF TECHNOLOGY. THE JOY OF LEARNING.

BMW JUNIOR CAMPUS AT BMW WELT.

Hands-on, interactive stations, a lab and workshops: BMW Junior Campus turns school children into creative experts and designers. School classes have the opportunity to delve into crucial issues regarding the future and search for solutions.

Out of the classroom and into the world of technology! BMW Junior Campus is an extracurricular place of learning designed as to enrich regular teaching. Participants can delve proactively into technology and future scenarios, pursue new paths in handling modern technologies, discover touch points and - very practically - build their own car. All workshops are learning-oriented: educationally approved teaching themes are presented in an attractive, age-appropriate manner. The program content is based on the learning objectives of various school subjects and the curricula of years 1 to 6 at school.

The main aim of Junior Campus is to promote and develop skills in the areas of technology and the environment, inspire inventiveness and share the fun of creating something together. Particular importance is attached to communication and team skills. Children and young people work independently in small groups. In this way they learn to become part of a shared decision-making process, support each other and solve problems creatively.

Summary:
- EUR 5.00 per person, class rate
- Teacher and accompanying adults free of charge
- Duration: 2.5 - 3.5 hours
- Care and support provided by educationally trained staff
- Coordinated programs for children and young people aged 5 to 13
- Integration of the latest insights from educational research in terms of experience, movement, media and school teaching
- Curricular links
- Support provided by the Bavarian Ministry of Education and Culture and the ISB (State Institute for School Quality and Educational Research)
- Motivation provided by means of interactive exhibits
  We will be glad to provide free information events at Junior Campus for educators (at least 10 participants).

HISTORY. DESIGN. LEARNING.

BMW JUNIOR MUSEUM.

Travel into the future following the footsteps of the past. The BMW Museum makes the history of mobility come alive and is especially worth a visit for school classes. It combines technology, history and design, inspiring school children to reflect on a range of aspects relating to life and culture in general. As an extracurricular place of learning for an interdisciplinary educational experience, the BMW Museum provides workshops for school students that promote their imagination and curiosity.

The BMW Museum offers guided and interactive one-hour tours for school students from the year 2 through to the final years of high school, rounded off with a practical session in the museum's creative studio. Communication skills, creativity and presentation techniques are also developed.

In the new workshop "Mission Mobility", school students from year 2 to 6 get together in teams and set off in search of "suspicious vehicles". The aim is to collect information and solve fascinating problems: how big and how fast is the suspicious vehicle? Would you say it is more round or more square in shape? How have vehicles and technology developed over the years in terms of sustainability? The questions are geared towards each specific age group. After the tour, all results are illustrated in a creative fact file. A range of different craft materials and colours are available for this purpose. Finally the investigation teams get to discuss a tricky question relating to their research. For example: "How important is the speed of a car?"

For school classes from year 7 there is a photography workshop entitled "Unusual Perspectives". Here participants acquire knowledge in the areas of design and architecture and become active photographers themselves. They experiment with various visual media and put these to creative use as they tour the museum. The youngsters get together in groups and are given the opportunity to practice presentation concepts, rhetorical skills and the use of new media.

All workshops focus on a proactive encounter with the original, the concept of changing form and technological innovations as well as the children's own perspective. The aim is to stimulate lasting reflection in an exciting way, based on participants' interests and previous experience. The workshops draw on the latest insights from educational research in terms of experience, movement, media and school teaching.

Summary:
- EUR 5.00 per person, class rate
- Teacher and accompanying adults free of charge
- Duration: 2.5 - 3.5 hours
- Care and support provided by educationally trained staff
- Coordinated programs for children and young people aged 7 to 18
- Curricular links
- Integration of the latest insights from educational research in terms of experience, movement, media and school teaching
- Support provided by the Bavarian Ministry of Education and Culture and the ISB (State Institute for School Quality and Educational Research)
   We will be glad to provide free information events at the BMW Junior Museum for educators (at least 10 participants).

Information

Participants:
10 to 32
Duration:
2 - 3 hours
Dates:
by arrangement
Registration:
Tel.: 089 / 1250 160 01
E-mail: infowelt@bmw-welt.com
Price:
EUR 5.00 per person, for schools and other educational institutions.
Two accompanying adults are admitted free of charge.