We cooperate with colleagues and like-minded institutions in Israel and abroad to promote unique educational initiatives, develop innovative pedagogies and enrich and preserve a community of learners.
Many of these cooperative projects are developed through the frameworks of EU-based initiatives in response to calls for proposals – mainly in the fields of science and social affairs. The museum participated in TWIST and its follow-up project, HYPATIA; initiated and led the ENGINEER project; and is currently leading the Make It Open initiative.
The museum also runs projects funded by the Jerusalem Foundation and other foundations, such as Make and Learn, a mobile lab for citizen science, and Jewish-Arab after-school activities for children and adolescents.
The Jerusalem Education Administration partners with the museum on projects focused on students in Jerusalem schools, such as the Urban-Scientific Advantage initiative, the Scientific Youth Parliament, and the Young Scientists and Developers Contest, which is co-funded by the Ministry of Education.