On 13 November, 2016 a seminar was held by organization “Batomi” at Archaeological Museum of Adjara, which covered following topics:

  1. Cultural heritage teaching: Necessity of cultural heritage teaching; Educational standard and natural and cultural heritage.
  2. Integration of cultural heritage into educational plan. Overview of educational resources.
  3. Teaching about cultural variety and intangible cultural heritage and including it in educational plan.

The seminar was led by Georgian History Teacher’s Association leader Nana Tsikhistavi, Blue Shield Georgia leader Manana Tevzadze and “Batomi” leader Nino Inaishvili. Participants of the seminar were Teachers House deputy director Lali Lomtatidze, Coordinator of social sciences Giuli Mikeladze, Trainers of history, social and primary education: Pirimze Rurua, Kakha Chakvetadze, Nika Imedaishvili, Nino Tavlalashvili, Tamar Janelidze and Mzia Saladze; Representative of Batumi Youth Palace Lali Tsetskhladze; Scientists of Batumi Archeological Museum.

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