Strategies for innovative education of the European Cultural Heritage.
Project Number: 2016-1-ES01-KA201-025378
In the field FORMAL: Necessity of an increase of the patrimonial contents in the school curricula and of the improvement of the training of the faculty due to: The durability of traditional curricular models; The lack of opportunities for teachers to participate in innovative educational experiences and to learn about other educational practices based on the active and / or critical model; Methodological deficiencies related to the didactic use of out-of-class exits. In the area of NON-FORMAL education: the need to train teaching-learning strategies in personnel linked to heritage management and the development of educational activities in monuments, museums, archives, heritage institutes, etc.
“LIVING HERITAGE is an ERASMUS + project of cooperation for innovation, developed by a European strategic association between 7 partners from 5 countries, led by the Diputación de Palencia (Spain).”
PEER LEARNING METHOD (IO1) Methodology applied to European cultural heritage teaching-learning. For its development, participatory workshops have been held among educators in the 5 countries participating in the project, as a participatory dynamic of analysis-action, which helps to test the methodology, and contributing to improve the professional profile of teachers. The final intellectual output is the methodology for the design, implementation and development of this teaching-learning method called Peer Learning Method. EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM ON EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE (IO2) Educational Curriculum that contributes to improve the incorporation of the contents related to European Cultural Heritage in the Curriculum of mandatory Primary and Secondary Education, promoting the spirit of common heritage and European identity. It includes the main contents, not only conceptual but also attitudinal, as well as the competences to which it contributes and the evaluation criteria, giving special importance to social, civic and cultural awareness competences, among others: appreciating European cultural diversity as wealth cultural and collective heritage; valuation of other cultures and respect as central axis of coexistence; knowledge of the main cultural manifestations; attitude of openness, respect and criticism towards the diversity of artistic and cultural expressions; interest in contributing to the conservation of historical, cultural and artistic heritage. METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (IO3 and IO4) Practical tools to support educational work that facilitate the incorporation of innovative strategies and methodologies in cultural heritage teaching-learning.
The direct recipients are educators in the formal and non-formal spheres. They will also be participants: the educational authorities and linked to heritage; Associations and companies linked to cultural training and tourism; Wealth managers; Interpreters of heritage; Cultural and heritage associations, etc.
As a strategy to improve the educational quality of programs on Cultural Heritage, open materials will be developed and several activities will be carried out, as concrete tools, but also:Involve a total of 175 direct beneficiaries from the participating countries, mainly from the educational, formal and non-formal, including from the beginning in the discussion of the project strategies. Creation of networks and common learning links between direct beneficiaries, educational authorities, heritage managers, enterprises and social partners. Strategies and tools to promote and improve communication between different people and groups in the fields of Education and Heritage. Build an inclusive and participatory infrastructure that ensures that all opinions and needs are heard and lead to the establishment of community systems that involve all sectors.