In 2010-2012 a two year long so called “Grundtvig Learning Partnership” was active, by the name Didarchtik. This was in fact a decentralised project meaning the framework was created at the beginning, the reporting was done at the end, but the two-year project itself was under total responsibillity of the partners themselves.
Partners were EXARC itself, a school for adult education in ancient techniques, Bäckedals Folhögskola in Sweden, the national association for archaeological experiments and education in the Netherlands, VAEE, and six archaeological open-air museums.
In Didarchtik, it was about the exchange of experiences and developing instruments in the field of adult education in archaeological open-air museums. Among others, we tried to find out more about the diversity of our adult public. Besides Didarchtik, a simultaneous project was created, Zeitgeist.
For more information, see www.didarchtik.exarc.net.