Slovenski šolski muzej

Slovenski šolski muzej Slovenian School Museum ~ Since 1898 Slowenische Schulmuseum ~ Seit 1898 We keep cultural treasures and revive the past ... Historical Significance of the Slovenian School Museum The Slovenian School Museum in Ljubljana, founded in 1898, is the oldest specialised museum in Slovenia focusing on a specific sphere of man's activities.
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Unlike the Provincial Museum in Ljubljana (1821) and the municipal museums in Celje (1882) and Ptuj (1895), the Slovenian School Museum was not limited to the territories of the then administrative units; the museum can thus be regarded the first Pan-Slovenian museum. Exhibitions of teaching aids were organised before an institution of this kind came into existence, promoting the idea of a school museum and increasing teachers’ interest for studying the history of schools and pedagogy in the territory populated by the Slovenian nation. Founded in 1898 The museum was opened due largely to teachers’ increasing awareness of their profession and national background. The idea originally came from Jacob Dimnik, a primary school teacher from Ljubljana, who endeavoured to establish an institution presenting the history of schools and the work of teachers in Slovenia. On the 50th anniversary of Emperor Franz Joseph's reign, 2 August 1898, the Slovenian Teachers' Association held its annual general meeting where they opened a teaching aids exhibition and established a Slovenian school museum. Because the museum was dependent on teachers' organisations for financial support and there was no regular funding for its maintenance, its core activities were hindered, and the museum had to move across Ljubljana several times. Its last seat was at the Učiteljska tiskarna printing house, where it was dissolved in 1912. Re-established in 1938 After the First World War, the progress of education called for the museum's re-opening with the idea that the museum should primarily collect documents providing a detailed picture on the state of schools and education. Restoration, however, was not yet to come about. It was only in the 1930s that the idea was revived by Dr. Karel Ozvald and encouraged by Rudolf Kobilica, head of an experimental school in Ljubljana. Upon his proposal, the educational department of the then bannate issued a special decree on 27 May 1938, establishing a museum of Slovenian education. Since then, the museum's activities as a free-standing institution have never been interrupted. Structure of the Museum The museum's primary role, originally defined in 1938, is that of collecting materials on the history of primary and secondary schools operating in the Slovenian territory. This basic concept was revised in 1951, dividing the museum into three separate units, the collection of exhibits, library, and archives and documentation. The museum also began to research all institutions dealing with education. This revised concept defined the museum’s long-term mission and organisational structure. Thanks to the documentation it collected and systematically expanded for all schools located in the Slovenian territory, the museum was entitled the "documentation centre for the history of schooling" in 1960. At the same time, the documentation unit was separated from the archives. On its 100th anniversary, the museum still adheres to the work programme conceived more than ten years ago, but its activities have become much more diverse and varied. Educational activities, such as lectures and workshops intended for youth, have become significant to the museum’s development. Museum's Activities In the 100 years of its existence, the Slovenian School Museum has acquired a large collection of exhibits and materials on the history of schools and pedagogy in Slovenia. Its highly qualified staff no longer only collects and conserves museum exhibits, but rather studies and exhibits such items and undertakes research on the history of education. Especially interesting among the museum's exhibits and materials are the collections of “black and golden books,” including notebooks, certificates, teaching aids, annual school reports, stereoscopic pictures, photographs of school buildings and classrooms, school equipment (desks, chairs, blackboards), and stationery. The library has preserved a large volume of original Slovenian educational literature ranging from course books, legislation, and curricula from various periods, to teacher newspapers and journals. It presently keeps more than 55,000 books, including many antiquarian educational books from the 18th and 19th centuries, and even a few incunabula, such as Rudimenta grammatices. The museum houses a permanent exhibition on the education in Slovenia over centuries. Several special exhibitions on school and history of education, accompanied by rich and informative catalogues (86 produced to date), are prepared every year. In addition to the exhibitions, a classroom dating back to the late 19th century is permanently on display. The Slovenian School Museum is a publisher of Šolska kronika - School Chronicle, the only Slovenian periodical dealing with the history and traditions of Slovenian teachers, teacher associations, and the Slovenian school system.

Operating as usual

Še malo, pa bo! 😁😍 #novarazstava #stalnarazstava 🙏 @mizarstvo_trunkelj  @svetvmes
27/01/2021

Še malo, pa bo! 😁😍 #novarazstava #stalnarazstava 🙏 @mizarstvo_trunkelj @svetvmes

Museums Worldwide Begin to Reopen as Vaccination Centers
26/01/2021
Museums Worldwide Begin to Reopen as Vaccination Centers

Museums Worldwide Begin to Reopen as Vaccination Centers

A number of shuttered arts institutions around the world have found a second calling as Covid-19 vaccination centers, the Art Newspaper reports. Among them are London’s Science Museum and the Black Country Living Museum (BLCM) in Dudley, UK. The Thackray Museum of Medicine in Leeds, UK, perhaps un...

ICOM Slovenija
23/01/2021

ICOM Slovenija

KAKO DO NOVE MUZEJSKE DEFINICIJE?
Komisija za novo muzejsko definicijo je poslala iztočnice za oblikovanje nove muzejske definciije. V skladu z novo odobreno metodologijo odbora ICOM bo posvetovanje o definciiji potekalo med 11. januarjem in 11. aprilom. V tem obdobju ste vsi člani ICOM vabljeni k sodelovanju in razpravi o tem, kaj mora vsebovati nova muzejska definicija. Vsi komiteji so povabljeni k oddaji ključnih besed / gesel, ki bodo opredeljeni v spletnem obrazcu in predloženi glavni pisarni v Parizu. Vsak odbor bo predložil do 20 ključnih besed, ki so za člane bistveni v kreiranju nove defincije.

Za razjasnitev postopka, načina dela in pomena ključnih besed vas vabimo, da si ogledate predhodne opredelitve, ki jih je predlagal in sprejel ICOM. Nekaj primerov:

➡️ Open to the public' (keyword/concept): 'Museums are public spaces that should be accessible to different audiences and sectors of society. The word 'public' refers to the museum users but also to the whole population addressed by it' (description).

➡️ Conserves' (keyword/concept): 'Addresses both the action and the intention to protect cultural property, whether material or immaterial' (description).

➡️ Tangible and intangible heritage' (keyword/concept): 'Refers to all-natural or man-made goods and values, whether material or immaterial, without the restriction of time or space, whether they be simply inherited from the forbears of earlier generations or gathered and preserved to be transmitted to the descendants of future generations.' (description).

(These definitions were inspired by what is put out by ICOM in the publication "Key concepts of Museology")

Več informacij 👉 https://icom.museum/en/news/icom-define-consultation-2-what-should-be-part-of-the-new-museum-definition/

V želji, da skupaj spoznamo način dela komisije za novo definicijo, vas vabimo na ZOOM webinar z gostjo dr. Lauran Bonilla Merchav, eno izmed dveh koordiantorjev dela komisije.

Z Lauren se bomo pogovarjali o delu na novi definiciji, moči participativnega dela pri sprejemanju defincije in izzivih pri sprejemanju novih definicij v času, ko se je delo v muzejih ter njihov obstoj tako drastično spremenilo.


KAKO DO NOVE DEFINICIJE? Pogovor z dr. Lauren Bonilla Merchav o metodologiji dela in razvoju etike dela v muzejih

Pogovor bo v ponedeljek, 25. 1. 2021, ob 15.00 (Lauren živi v drugem časovnem pasu). ZOOM link bo poslan vsem članom v ponedeljek.

#Repost @ii.gimnazijamaribor (@get_repost)・・・Odlična ideja! Teden pisanja z roko s citati naših učiteljev.
21/01/2021

#Repost @ii.gimnazijamaribor (@get_repost)
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Odlična ideja! Teden pisanja z roko s citati naših učiteljev.

21/01/2021
Informativa

Informativa

Prideš tudi ti? 😎🎊 @makslevstek
Jutri od 8.00 naprej bo potekala registracija, vrata v virtualni svet pa bomo odprli točno b 9.00! 💻😎👌🏻
#informativa

Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport
21/01/2021

Ministrstvo za izobraževanje, znanost in šport

V torek gredo v šole učenke in učenci prve triade in vrtčevski otroci v devetih statističnih regijah. Poleg tega se znova odpirajo vrata višjih in visokošolskih zavodov za izvedbo nujnih laboratorijskih vaj. Vse to velja v naslednjih regijah: Gorenjska, Koroška, Obalno-kraška, Osrednjeslovenska, Podravska, Primorsko-notranjska, Zasavska, Pomurska in Savinjska regija.

Šolanje bo potekalo po modelu C, kar pomeni, da pouk poteka v homogenih skupinah, skupine učencev se med poukom med seboj ne mešajo, šole pa morajo izdelati natančne protokole izvajanja obveznega in razširjenega programa.

Zaradi še vedno slabe epidemiološke slike vsega tega v naslednjem tednu še ni mogoče izvesti v Posavski, Goriški in regiji Jugovzhodne Slovenije. V teh regijah za vrtce še vedno velja, da opravljajo nujno varstvo za otroke, če tako oceni župan občine, kjer vrtec obratuje. V šolah v omenjenih regijah pouk še naprej poteka na daljavo.

Prav tako izobraževanje na daljavo v celotni državi v naslednjem tednu še vedno poteka od četrtega do devetega razreda osnovnih šol, v srednjih in višjih šolah, glasbenih šolah ter na fakultetah.

Ministrica Dr. Simona Kustec je na dopldanski novinarski konferenci poudarila, naj bo vrnitev v vrtce in šole varna in trajna. Zavode je pozvala, da pri svojem delu upoštevajo smernice Ministrstvo za zdravje in Nacionalni inštitut za javno zdravje - NIJZ.

Več 👉 https://tinyurl.com/y3o545p2

21/01/2021
Uroš Kuzman - public

Uroš Kuzman - public

Nova leta v 2021:
1.1. Običajno
14.1. Pravoslavno
26.1. Za starše prve triade v 9 regijah

20/01/2021
V živo smo :D na Radiu Koper #Tedenpisanjazroko #lepopis 🤓✏️👈https://4d.rtvslo.si/zivo/rakp
20/01/2021
RTV 4D

V živo smo :D na Radiu Koper #Tedenpisanjazroko #lepopis 🤓✏️👈
https://4d.rtvslo.si/zivo/rakp

Multimedijski predvajalnik RTV Slovenija; sporedi, ogled programov v živo prek spleta, arhiv oddaj in prispevkov

Mreža gozdnih vrtcev in šol Slovenije
18/01/2021

Mreža gozdnih vrtcev in šol Slovenije

Radi pišemo z roko
18/01/2021

Radi pišemo z roko

Danes se začenja Teden pisanja z roko, osrednji letni dogodek, ki je namenjen ozaveščanju o pomenu pisanja z roko nasproti tipkanju na tipkovnico. Letos se še posebej dobro zavedamo, da je postalo tipkanje dominanten način pisanja, tako pri mlajših, kot pri starejših. Izobraževanja na daljavo brez računalnika in drugih digitalnih medijev ne bi bilo mogoče organizirati. Tudi na delovnih mestih izginja pisanje z roko. A prav to spoznanje nas opozarja, da je potrebno prepoznavati in izkoriščati prednosti obojega. Pisanje z roko ohranja v pisanju človeške, ne le strojne sledi. Nihče nima take pisave kot vi.

Teden pisanja z roko poteka že šesto leto zapored v organizaciji Društva Radi pišemo z roko in ob podpori Ministrstva za izobraževanje, znanost in šport, Zavoda za šolstvo RS ter nekaterih slovenskih podjetij. Letos sodeluje prek 200 osnovnih in srednjih šol, domov za starejše, ljudskih univerz in knjižnic. Društvo Radi pišemo z roko vsako leto izbere tri ugledne osebnosti, ki s svojimi rokopisi spodbujajo pisanje z roko, Letos so to zdravnik Erik Brecelj, režiserka Urša Menart in kolesar Tadej Pogačar. Osrednja tema je letos Pišem pismo prijatelju.
Pisanje z roko je povezano z našim živčnim in mišičnim sistemom. Je fina motorična spretnost. Spretnosti razvijamo z vajo, tj. da pišemo. Zanimivo je spoznanje, da ima vsak od nas ima drugačno pisavo. Strokovnjaki ugotavljajo, da naši možgani bolj kompleksno delujejo pri pisanju z roko kot pri pisanju s tipkovnico. Tu je namreč angažiran drugi del možganov. Informacija, ki jo napišemo z roko, se v spominu zadrži dlje časa. Pri pisanju z roko se nam utrne več idej, ohranjamo dolgotrajnejšo pozornost in tako vzdržujemo naše možgane v dobri formi, tudi ko smo starejši. Ne zanemarjamo niti pomena izvirnih sporočil, ki jih ob posebnih priložnostih napišemo z roko, npr. voščila, zahvale, pohvale, izraze sožalja. Z roko napisana sporočila so bolj osebna, izražajo spoštovanje in naklonjenost.
Po drugi strani pa nam tipkanje omogoča hitrejšo in cenejšo komunikacijo, lažje pridobivanje povratnih informacij in lažjo distribucijo sporočil. Danes si ne moremo več zamišljati pisanja brez tipkanja. Ker vedno manj pišemo z roko, postaja naša pisava manj čitljiva in toga, zato večkrat nadomeščamo pisano pisavo s tiskano. To se dogaja pri mlajših in starejših.
Če hočete biti drugačni, pišite z roko. Naj pride ponovno pisanje z roko v vašo dnevno rutino.

Network of European Museum Organisations
16/01/2021

Network of European Museum Organisations

🔵 NEMO follow-up #COVID19 report 🔵
Even during the summer 2020, when most museums opened again, almost 9 in 10 museums experienced a drop in visitors.

Museums are hesitant about when visitor numbers might return to previous levels. Almost half expect this to happen by September 2021, whereas 40% estimates that it would be at some point after summer 2022.

Find the new NEMO report on the impact of the pandemic on the museum sector 👉 www.ne-mo.org/covid19

Zgodovina.si
16/01/2021

Zgodovina.si

[KDO NE POZNA KEKCA?]👦
Leta 1884 se je v Kranjski Gori na današnji dan rodil mladinski pisatelj Josip Vandot, oče priljubljenega lika Kekca.
Vandot je napisal mnogo krajših povesti, črtic in pesmi. Njegovo najbolj znano literarno delo je trilogija mladinskih planinskih zgodb, v katere kot glavnega junaka postavi desetletnega fantiča z imenom Kekec. Prva od Kekčevih zgodb, Kekec na hudi poti, je izšla leta 1918, druga, Kekec na volčji sledi, leta 1922 in tretja, Kekec nad samotnim breznom, leta 1924.💁‍♂️🐺🌄🏃‍♂️

ICOM Europe
15/01/2021

ICOM Europe

ICOM Europe Conference 2021
MUSEOEUROPE 2021
Deadline to propose communications: January, 31

LIVING IN EUROPE
REGIONAL MUSEUM MARIBOR, Slovenia
14-16 October 2O21

In 2021, MUSEOEUROPE project will be link up with ICOM Europe, hosting our annual conference, under the theme LIVING IN EUROPE. The focus will be on the living environment of both individuals and communities as expressed in cultural heritage. We welcome symposium contributions on interpretation of heritage, archaeology, history, fine art, applied art, architecture, music and so on. Moreover, as Slovenia will be gaining the flattering title of gastronomic region of Europe for 2021, we also expect contributions on the theme of gastronomy.

Papers will be grouped into four sections:
1. Public and intimate living spaces;
2. Social changes and the family;
3. Food and drinks from local to global;
4. Impact of migration on arts, crafts, architecture and on music

We invite historians, art historians, ethnologists, archaeologists, anthropologists, sociologists, cultural scientists, psychologists, communicologists, pedagogues, and others to participate. The symposium will take place on 14-16 October 2O21 in the Knights’ Hall of Maribor Castle. Contributions should be in English and will be published in an electronic collection of papers. The submission deadline for the preliminary titles and abstracts comprised of up to 600 characters without spaces is 31 January 2021. You will be notified of having been selected by 19 February 2021. The selected authors should send their contributions in English to the following email address: [email protected]. si by 31 May 2021. English language revision of the contributions and their translation into Slovene will be provided by the symposium organiser. The selected papers will be presented at the symposium in Slovene and English. The duration of each presentation is 15 minutes. Registration Fee for Authors is 70/100/130 €. In case that the epidemiological picture does not allow the symposium to be held, the symposium will be conducted online.

Documents for downloading in ICOM Europe website:
http://network.icom.museum/europe/activities/conferences/

For any further information, please address:
[email protected] or phone: +386 (0)2 228 35 51

15/01/2021
Mestna knjižnica in čitalnica Idrija

Mestna knjižnica in čitalnica Idrija

V tokratnem prispevku boste spoznali avtorja kriminalnih romanov Avgusta Demšarja ter njegove primere inšpektorja Vrenka, ki jih trenutno gledamo ob nedeljah zvečer na RTV SLO. Avgust Demšar je zelo plodovit pisatelj, ki se z desetimi izdanimi kriminalkami uvršča v sam vrh piscev kriminalnega žanra pri nas.

Demšarjevi romani na Biblosu: https://www.biblos.si/avtor?q=Avgust%20Dem%C5%A1ar

#avgustdemšar #kriminalka #maribor Založba Pivec Valentina Tominec

Osnovna šola Frana Roša
15/01/2021

Osnovna šola Frana Roša

"Vsak otrok je umetnik. Težava je, kako ostati umetnik, ko odrastemo." (Pablo Picasso)
Roševci radi ustvarjamo - to smo že večkrat dokazali! Tudi pri delu na daljavo se naš ustvarjalni duh ni nič umiril in prav je tako! Oglejte si dela naši malih umetnikov! 😍🖌🖍✏️✂️🎨

Narodna in univerzitetna knjižnica
15/01/2021

Narodna in univerzitetna knjižnica

💬"𝑍 𝑜𝑑𝑙𝑜𝑘𝑜𝑚 𝑠̌𝑡𝑢𝑑𝑖𝑗𝑠𝑘𝑒 𝑑𝑣𝑜𝑟𝑛𝑒 𝑘𝑜𝑚𝑖𝑠𝑖𝑗𝑒 15. 𝑗𝑎𝑛𝑢𝑎𝑟𝑗𝑎 1791, 𝑠̌𝑡. 136, 𝑗𝑒 𝑁𝑗𝑒𝑔𝑜𝑣𝑜 𝑉𝑒𝑙𝑖𝑐̌𝑎𝑛𝑠𝑡𝑣𝑜 𝑘𝑜𝑛𝑐̌𝑛𝑜 𝑚𝑖𝑙𝑜𝑠𝑡𝑛𝑜 𝑜𝑑𝑙𝑜𝑐̌𝑖𝑙𝑜, 𝑑𝑎 𝑠𝑒 𝑝𝑟𝑖 𝑙𝑖𝑐𝑒𝑗𝑢 𝑣 𝐿𝑗𝑢𝑏𝑙𝑗𝑎𝑛𝑖 𝑢𝑟𝑒𝑑𝑖 𝑗𝑎𝑣𝑛𝑎 𝑘𝑛𝑗𝑖𝑧̌𝑛𝑖𝑐𝑎. 𝑉 𝑡𝑎 𝑛𝑎𝑚𝑒𝑛 𝑠𝑡𝑎 𝑧̌𝑒 𝑛𝑎 𝑟𝑎𝑧𝑝𝑜𝑙𝑎𝑔𝑜 𝑧𝑔𝑟𝑎𝑑𝑏𝑎 𝑖𝑛 𝑧𝑛𝑎𝑡𝑛𝑎 𝑘𝑛𝑗𝑖𝑧̌𝑛𝑎 𝑧𝑎𝑙𝑜𝑔𝑎, 𝑧𝑎𝑡𝑜 𝑠𝑒 𝑗𝑖 𝑑𝑜𝑑𝑒𝑙𝑖 𝑑𝑟𝑢𝑔𝑜 𝑛𝑎𝑑𝑠𝑡𝑟𝑜𝑝𝑗𝑒 𝑠̌𝑜𝑙𝑠𝑘𝑒 𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑣𝑏𝑒, 𝑛𝑎𝑑𝑧𝑜𝑟 𝑛𝑎𝑑 𝑛𝑗𝑜 𝑝𝑎 𝑠𝑒 𝑝𝑜𝑙𝑒𝑔 𝑝𝑟𝑜𝑓𝑒𝑠𝑜𝑟𝑠𝑘𝑒 𝑠𝑙𝑢𝑧̌𝑏𝑒 𝑧𝑎𝑢𝑝𝑎 𝑡𝑎𝑚𝑘𝑎𝑗𝑠̌𝑛𝑗𝑒𝑚𝑢 𝑝𝑟𝑜𝑓𝑒𝑠𝑜𝑟𝑗𝑢 𝑓𝑖𝑙𝑜𝑧𝑜𝑓𝑖𝑗𝑒 𝐹𝑟𝑎𝑛𝑧𝑢 𝑊𝑖𝑙𝑑𝑒𝑗𝑢." (Konrad Stefan, Zgodovina C. kr. Študijske knjižnice v Ljubljani)

#NaDanašnjiDan leta 1791 je bila z dvornim dekretom 15. januarja 1791 formalno ustanovljena licejska knjižnica, predhodnica NUK.

📖 Zgodovino knjižnice, ki jo je napisal Konrad Stefan, preberite na 👉 https://knjiznica.zbds-zveza.si/knjiznica/article/view/6172

📸 Pogled na proželje starega Ijubljanskega licejskega poslopja z Vodnikovim spomenikom v ospredju. (Ilustrirani Slovenec, 29. 8. 1926) 👉 http://www.dlib.si/details/URN:NBN:SI:DOC-EJVTWSCI

U.S. Embassy Ljubljana
13/01/2021

U.S. Embassy Ljubljana

Prejšnji teden smo v sklopu projekta, ki ga pripravljamo v sodelovanju s Skupnost muzejev Slovenije / Slovenian Museum Association, razmišljali digitalno.🤓💻
Kako ustvariti digitalno strategijo in miselnost v muzeju🏛️👉📱, nam je predstavila strokovnjakinja za digitalne medije v Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum Carolyn Royston.🙏

Zeleni pingvin med najboljšimi na svetu
12/01/2021
Zeleni pingvin med najboljšimi na svetu

Zeleni pingvin med najboljšimi na svetu

Zeleni pingvin, zmagovalna ideja Climathona Ljubljana, se je uvrstil med pet najboljših idej na svetu in se bori za zmago na svetovnem Climathonu. Za projekt lahko glasujete do petka, 15. januarja 2021.

12/01/2021
Knjižnica Ivana Tavčarja Škofja Loka

Kaj bi bral? 🤔⬇️

🤔Hmm, kaj bi bral?🤔

Ker je brskanje med knjižnimi policami trenutno onemogočeno, knjige pa lahko naročite in jih brezstično prevzamete pred knjižnico, so vam v pomoč pri izbiri leposlovja lahko naslednja bralna priporočila na spletu:

⚡Portal Dobre knjige, slovenske splošne knjižnice priporočajo: https://www.dobreknjige.si/,
⚡Bralni izziv- Knjige, ki vam ne bodo pustile zaspati:https://www.knjiznica-skofjaloka.si/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/splet-seznam-Knjige-ki-vam-ne-bodo-pustile-zaspati-1.pdf
⚡Beremo skupaj- bralna priporočila škofjeloških knjižničark na Radiu Sora: https://www.knjiznica-skofjaloka.si/beremo-skupaj/
⚡Bralna priporočilnica na spletu: https://www.knjiznica-skofjaloka.si/knjige/
⚡Avtorji o svojih delih: https://www.knjiznica-skofjaloka.si/avtorji-o-svojih-delih/

ZA OTROKE:
⚡Zlate hruške: https://www.knjiznica-skofjaloka.si/zlate-hruske/
⚡Seznam knjig za družinsko branje: https://modripes.si/asset/kxWHy2zTr228CzpND

Pa še:
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12/01/2021
Narodni muzej Slovenije / National Museum of Slovenia

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Muzej skozi zgodovino: najstarejše pridobitve Deželnega muzeja za Kranjsko

Torek, 12. januarja, ob 12. uri

Z odprtjem prvega dela razstave Muzej skozi zgodovino slavnostno vstopamo v jubilejno leto 200-letnice delovanja muzeja. Zamisel za osnovanje nacionalnega muzeja sega v daljno preteklost, saj so prve idejne korake naredili že baron Žiga Zois pl. Edelstein in njegov sloviti krog razsvetljencev. Neposreden povod pa so leta 1821 dali udeleženci znamenitega ljubljanskega kongresa, saj so na srečanju izpostavili dejstvo, da dežela Kranjska nima svojega muzeja. Predlog so podali deželnim stanovom, ki so 15. oktobra 1821 sprejeli odločitev za ustanovitev domovinskega muzeja.
V znamenitem pismu Domoljubnim prijateljem znanosti je Jožef Kamilo Schmidburg, guverner in predsednik deželnih stanov dežele Kranjske, 15. februarja 1823 zapisal:
»Naš domovinski muzej naj bi zajel zlasti vse s področij nacionalnega slovstva in narodne ustvarjalnosti. Prav tako naj združi vse, kar sta v domovini ustvarili narava ali človeška pridnost. Shrani naj vse spomine na usodo dežele in na zasluge njenih prebivalcev.«
Kratek in sežet prikaz pridobitev kaže, da so se področja, ki še danes zaznamujejo delokroge Narodnega muzeja Slovenije, Prirodoslovnega muzeja Slovenije in Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja, izoblikovala že v prvih letih njegovega delovanja. Zbirke so kustosi, bibliotekarji, pedagogi in konservatorji-restavratorji v desetletjih dopolnjevali in izpopolnjevali, preučevali in predstavljali javnosti na temeljih, ki so jih pred dvestotimi leti postavili prvi slovenski muzealci. Danes predstavljajo mozaik delovanja sodobnih nacionalnih muzejev.
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PROGRAM odprtja razstave
Pozdravni nagovori:
🔸 dr. Pavel Car, direktor Narodnega muzeja Slovenije,
🔸 dr. Breda Činč Juhant, direktorica Prirodoslovnega muzeja Slovenije, in
🔸 Natalija Polenec, direktorica Slovenskega etnografskega muzeja.
🔹 Kulturni program:
Pismo znamenitim prijateljem znanosti, Jožef Kamilo Schmidburg (1823)
Interpretacija: Alojz Svete, dramski igralec
Koncept razstave in najstarejše pridobitve Deželnega muzeja za Kranjsko bodo predstavili:
▪️ dr. Mateja Kos,
▪️ dr. Alenka Miškec,
▪️ Barbara Rogač,
▪️ Blaženka First,
▪️ Helena Bras Kernel,
▪️ dr. Jernej Kotar,
▪️ Gašper Oitzl (vsi Narodni muzej Slovenije),
▪️ dr. Miha Jeršek,
▪️ dr. Tomi Trilar (oba Prirodoslovni muzej Slovenije), in
▪️ dr. Marko Frelih (Slovenski etnografski muzej).
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Razstava Muzej skozi zgodovino je zasnovana v treh sklopih:
▪️ prvi zajema najstarejše pridobitve – predmete, ki so izgrajevali muzejske zbirke v prvih desetih letih njegovega obstoja;
▪️ drugi bo predstavil zaposlene v muzeju od leta 1821 do danes;
▪️ tretji pa prve znane odmeve na delo muzeja v obliki izpisov iz knjig vtisov.

Odprtje razstave poteka v sklopu obeleževanja 200-letnice Narodnega muzeja Slovenije. Praznujte z nami!

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Historical Significance of the Slovenian School Museum The Slovenian School Museum in Ljubljana, founded in 1898, is the oldest specialised museum in Slovenia focusing on a specific sphere of man's activities. Unlike the Provincial Museum in Ljubljana (1821) and the municipal museums in Celje (1882) and Ptuj (1895), the Slovenian School Museum was not limited to the territories of the then administrative units; the museum can thus be regarded the first Pan-Slovenian museum. Exhibitions of teaching aids were organised before an institution of this kind came into existence, promoting the idea of a school museum and increasing teachers’ interest for studying the history of schools and pedagogy in the territory populated by the Slovenian nation. Founded in 1898 The museum was opened due largely to teachers’ increasing awareness of their profession and national background. The idea originally came from Jacob Dimnik, a primary school teacher from Ljubljana, who endeavoured to establish an institution presenting the history of schools and the work of teachers in Slovenia. On the 50th anniversary of Emperor Franz Joseph's reign, 2 August 1898, the Slovenian Teachers' Association held its annual general meeting where they opened a teaching aids exhibition and established a Slovenian school museum. Because the museum was dependent on teachers' organisations for financial support and there was no regular funding for its maintenance, its core activities were hindered, and the museum had to move across Ljubljana several times. Its last seat was at the Učiteljska tiskarna printing house, where it was dissolved in 1912. Re-established in 1938 After the First World War, the progress of education called for the museum's re-opening with the idea that the museum should primarily collect documents providing a detailed picture on the state of schools and education. Restoration, however, was not yet to come about. It was only in the 1930s that the idea was revived by Dr. Karel Ozvald and encouraged by Rudolf Kobilica, head of an experimental school in Ljubljana. Upon his proposal, the educational department of the then bannate issued a special decree on 27 May 1938, establishing a museum of Slovenian education. Since then, the museum's activities as a free-standing institution have never been interrupted. Structure of the Museum The museum's primary role, originally defined in 1938, is that of collecting materials on the history of primary and secondary schools operating in the Slovenian territory. This basic concept was revised in 1951, dividing the museum into three separate units, the collection of exhibits, library, and archives and documentation. The museum also began to research all institutions dealing with education. This revised concept defined the museum’s long-term mission and organisational structure. Thanks to the documentation it collected and systematically expanded for all schools located in the Slovenian territory, the museum was entitled the "documentation centre for the history of schooling" in 1960. At the same time, the documentation unit was separated from the archives. On its 100th anniversary, the museum still adheres to the work programme conceived more than ten years ago, but its activities have become much more diverse and varied. Educational activities, such as lectures and workshops intended for youth, have become significant to the museum’s development. Museum's Activities In the 100 years of its existence, the Slovenian School Museum has acquired a large collection of exhibits and materials on the history of schools and pedagogy in Slovenia. Its highly qualified staff no longer only collects and conserves museum exhibits, but rather studies and exhibits such items and undertakes research on the history of education. Especially interesting among the museum's exhibits and materials are the collections of “black and golden books,” including notebooks, certificates, teaching aids, annual school reports, stereoscopic pictures, photographs of school buildings and classrooms, school equipment (desks, chairs, blackboards), and stationery. The library has preserved a large volume of original Slovenian educational literature ranging from course books, legislation, and curricula from various periods, to teacher newspapers and journals. It presently keeps more than 55,000 books, including many antiquarian educational books from the 18th and 19th centuries, and even a few incunabula, such as Rudimenta grammatices. The museum houses a permanent exhibition on the education in Slovenia over centuries. Several special exhibitions on school and history of education, accompanied by rich and informative catalogues (86 produced to date), are prepared every year. In addition to the exhibitions, a classroom dating back to the late 19th century is permanently on display. The Slovenian School Museum is a publisher of Šolska kronika - School Chronicle, the only Slovenian periodical dealing with the history and traditions of Slovenian teachers, teacher associations, and the Slovenian school system.

The collections and activities of the Slovenian School Museum

The exhibition collection The Museum’s fundamental mission is to collect, keep and exhibit objects thatare closely linked with the history of schools in Slovenian ethnic areas. The objects are grouped according to function: most can be classified as teaching aids and materials, school documentation or school equipment. The exhibits form the basis of the curators’ professional and research work.

The archive collection This includes mainly private archive material donated to the Museum by former teachers, pupils and students or their heirs who are aware of the importance of the preservation of education-related cultural heritage for the history of Slovenian schools. The rest of the archive material was acquired with the aim of protecting it from decay and destruction. The collection includes material belonging to the Union of Slovenian Teachers’ Societies from before World War One and to the Yugoslav Teachers’ Association from after the war.

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Pametna ugotovitev mladega obiskovalca Slovenskega šolskega muzeja. 😄
Sporočilo italijanskih učencev. Gdč. učiteljica ni imela razumevanja za njihovo likovno izražanje. 😄
Sporočilo še zadnjih obiskovalcev SŠM letos. Se vidimo v 2018!