The better pupils get to know their own values and that of their fellow human beings, the more confident the “inner compass” can give them direction. If they allow it, experiences and views of fellow other pupils can open up new perspectives and have a positive effect on their life.
In the curriculum of most schools there is hardly any room for in-depth experiences with values. It is too important to achieve the best possible results in general tests. Although values appear in different contexts, they usually remain abstract and can hardly unfold their effect as static factual knowledge.
This is exactly where the MUSEUM OF VALUES comes in.