OID: E10040387
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EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE as a pedagogical and integration tool in Education

ERASMUS K1 PROJECT

The genesis of this training initiative stemmed from a partnership with a Polish organization, Kontakt School, specializing in languages and multiculturalism. Kontakt School leads an Erasmus K2 project, a strategic partnership in adult education titled: “Let’s Teach Europe! European Heritage as a pedagogical and integration tool in adult education.” Through collaborative efforts with international partners and extensive research, we have garnered valuable experience in highlighting Cultural Heritage and formulating a methodological approach to enhance education and elevate teachers’ competencies.

As defined by UNESCO, cultural heritage encompasses various categories:

  • Tangible cultural heritage: including movable items (paintings, sculptures, coins, manuscripts), immovable structures (monuments, archaeological sites), and underwater cultural remnants (shipwrecks, underwater ruins, etc.)
  • Intangible cultural heritage: comprising oral traditions, performing arts, rituals
  • Natural heritage: covering natural sites with cultural aspects like cultural landscapes or geological formations
  • Heritage in times of conflict

European official sources https://ec.europa.eu/culture/cultural-heritage affirm

Europe’s cultural heritage is a rich and diverse mosaic of Cultural and creative expressions, an inheritance from previous generations of Europeans, and a legacy for those to come. It includes natural, built, and archaeological sites, museums, monuments, artworks, historic cities, literary, musical, and audiovisual works, and the knowledge, practices, and traditions of European citizens“.

While Member States, regional, and local authorities primarily handle policy in this domain, the EU dedicated to preserving and enhancing Europe’s Cultural Heritage through various policies and programs.

Teaching Cultural Heritage is quintessentially European as it involves exploring our historical and cultural roots. It helps to foster European Citizenship competencies in students, promoting an understanding of diversity and the significance of an intercultural approach to life. The Cultural Heritage topic seamlessly integrates with all school subjects—history, geography, science, and math—underscoring the common ground among our diverse nationalities.

 

LEARNING GOALS

  • Gain insights into the foundational aspects of European cultural heritage studies and research fields.
  • Comprehend the distinctions between tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage.
  • Acquire methodologies and practical activities to leverage Cultural Heritage as an educational and integration tool.
  • Develop new teaching proficiencies related to effective Cultural Heritage and Diversity lessons.
  • Engage in co-designing interactive lessons and activities to involve actively and facilitate students’ learning processes.
  • Experience excursions to remarkable cultural and naturalistic sites, guided by professionals adept in storytelling techniques applied to promoting Cultural Heritage in its various forms (both tangible and intangible)

INFORMATION

Duration
5-12 days
Location
Soverato
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Target group

Participants can be any kind of teacher working in a public or private school or educational institutions

 

 

 

 

Program / Objectives

INTRO/METHOD

Like all our programs, the present one is flexible and adaptable to special requests, depending on the subject taught or on the starting level of the participant.

Furthermore, in line with the JUMP Academy method, our courses are based on a strategic balance between formal and non-formal education, indoor and outdoor education and the team takes care of a very important aspect of international mobility which is the intercultural learning which we develop with short excursions and facilitating the interaction with local partners, businesses and citizens of our territory. Each local context has its own economy so it’s always useful, in training programs, to get in contact with concrete examples (experiential learning and real based learning).

We always try to connect our learners to local teachers and students to cooperate in developing innovation and networking for future projects. If possible, inside the program, a morning is spent inside a local school, visiting, observing, and cooperating in the realization of one or more lessons. The proposed program JUMP works, in European dimension and with an international spirit, at the local level and, according to the period of the training along the year and the weather, it is possible to change some sessions and add visits and meetings, in cooperation with our network of partners including schools involved in European projects).

 

WEEK DAILY SCHEDULE 

Sunday: arrival of participants, transfer and welcome. Lodging. Depending on the time, support for a quick dinner in the city, free time and rest

Monday: 09:30 am Meeting in the lobby of Villa Gabriella International, welcome, first briefing by the organizers, presentation of the team, logistics information, gadgets distribution and start of the program. Walking down to the city center. Outdoor team building game “The Mission Impossible in Soverato by JUMP”. Getting to know the important places of the city, orientation points, traditions and cultural elements, getting in contact with local citizens.

12:30 end of the morning activity

Free time for lunch or to enjoy the beach

Organized lift from the city center to the Villa.

Monday afternoon free time to recover from long trips and continue exploring the local context.

Dinner organized for all the groups in a local restaurant.

Tuesday morning. 9:30 meeting on the terrace of Villa Gabriella. First outdoor ice breaking game to get to know each other and create a good working climate.

Division in small groups and start of the indoors or outdoor sessions with the JUMP trainer.

Introduction to Module 1: Introduction to Culture, Cultural Heritage and European Cultural Heritage

13:00 – 15:00 lunch break and free time

15:00 – 17:30 restarting the lesson. Module 2: Cultural diversity and different perceptions about culture.

Tuesday: 09:30 – 13:00 lesson. Module 3: Analysing Cultural Heritage & Diversity Lessons.

13:00 – 15:00 lunch break and free time

15:00 – 17:30 1st excursion to develop cultural knowledge, strengthen team building and socialization among participants. “Walking tour to the old village of Soverato Superiore, visit to the Church of “La Pietà” of Gagini and exploring the narrow streets. Interacting with local people.

Wednesday: 09:30 – 13:00 lesson.

Module 4: Teaching Cultural Heritage & Diversity.

13:00 – 15:00 lunch break and free time

15:00 – 17:30 restarting the lesson.

Module 5: Cultural Heritage Lesson: The Discovery Journey.

Thursday: 09:30 – 13:00 lesson. Module 6: Cultural Diversity Lesson: Different perceptions.

13:00 – 15:00 lunch break and free time

15:00 – 17:30 restarting the lesson. Continuation of the Module 6

Friday: 09:30 – 11:00 shorter morning lesson. Module 7: Designing my own learning and teaching pathway.

11:00 free time to visit the local market which is nice and folkloristic. 

On Friday it’s organized an excursion in a beautiful and unique old village and we spend there or the lunch or the dinner. The staff enjoys it and there’s a professional guide with us. 

Depending on the season the excursion starts in the morning or in the afternoon. From July to September it’s usually in the afternoon-evening for the high heat. 

Saturday: 09:30 – 12:00 lesson. Closing the course: Evaluation and delivery of formal certificates/Europass and admin documents.

Saturday afternoon, free time and last moments all the participants together for socialization.

Sunday: departure of participants.

Training Modules / Learning Outcomes

TRAINING MODULES

Module 1: Introduction to Culture, Cultural Heritage and European Cultural Heritage

Module 2: Cultural diversity and different perceptions about culture

Module 3: Analysing Cultural Heritage & Diversity Lessons

Module 4: Teaching Cultural Heritage & Diversity

Module 5: Cultural Heritage Lesson: The Discovery Journey 

Module 6: Cultural Diversity Lesson: Different perceptions

Module 7: Designing my own learning and teaching pathway

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the course the participants will have 

  • understood the main pillars of European cultural heritage studies and research fields
  • comprehended the main differences between tangible and  intangible Cultural Heritage
  • learned about methodologies and practical activities that promote Cultural Heritage as a pedagogical and integration tool in education
  • developed their skills related to teaching effective Cultural Heritage & Diversity lessons
  • practiced how to co-design interactive lessons and activities in this field, to actively engage and promote students’ learning process
  • experienced excursions to astonishing cultural and naturalistic places, guided by professionals experienced also in storytelling applied to the promotion of Cultural Heritage in all its forms (tangible and intangible)

Certification and number of days

JUMP certifies 36 hours for 6 days course (6*6) or more if necessary by adding extra hours per day. Or 30 hours for a 5 days course (6*5).

The course can also be extended to a 2 weeks course with the option of 10 days or 12 days if desired and agreed, depending on the sending organization’s project. 

10 days are without weekend (5+5), 12 days are from Monday to Saturday morning (6+6) 

At the end of the training, JUMP issues a formal certificate of attendance, and the team is available to complete the Europass certification document according to the EU template and other documents required for reporting by the sending organization

 

Certification details

Costs

The cost is fully covered by the Erasmus grant. Write to info@associazionejump.it to ask for information on costs and the services provided to plan your mobility project in Soverato with JUMP.

Services / Registration

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How to apply

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Locations

JUMP is based in Soverato (Catanzaro province), on the Jonian coast but the association cooperates with local partners and institutions of the surroundings towns and cities. Calabria region represents the deep South of Italy, known for the tropical climate and sandy beaches but also famous tall and green mountains.

During our trainings we also aim to make participants discovering the region, especially those old towns rich of culture, traditions, castles, small churches, narrow streets, colourful balconies, tropical flowers and local farms.

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The nearest airport to Soverato is Lamezia Terme (SUF), 30 minutes far away from Soverato. 

Our pick up is organized ONLY from and to this airport which is the biggest and the most important, connected to all the other cities in Italy and in Europe.

Many people like to stop in Rome or in Naples and take a train which is also comfortable and the journey along the coast is also pleasant (you see all the South). 

Villa Gabriella Internation

JUMP proposes to participants to be lodged by Villa Gabriella International B&B managed by our local partner C.T.E. CENTRO TERRITORIALE EUROPEO company (https://closertoeurope.com/). The Villa has 7 big and comfortable rooms continuously renovated but also preserving the typical “old times” atmosphere of a very local house of Southern beach place. The Villa has many spaces for activities, a training room, the breakfast room, the terrace and flowers all around. It’s located in a peaceful and safe district called “Cittadella” surrounded by hills of olive trees and other Villas. JUMP created a network of other similar b&b for when participants are more than 12, in order to assure the same quality with an amazing breakfast, all comforts and an international environment. Villa Gabriella is also the JUMP headquarters for the general management of our activity. The Villa is the meeting point for all guests during all trainings and it’s where we realize all project activities. 

LODGING WITH US IN SOVERATO

Thanks to the cooperation with the C.T.E. company Jump provides lodging in 2 villas and if the groups are big, we have cooperation with all the owners of b&b and bigger hotels.

A brand new local partner, an innovative company offering touristic services with another vision and perspective. Discover Calabria and enjoy the local culture making experiential learning and practical labs with local people, but also simply a more sustainable tourism at local level.

The transfer from and to the airport is provided by C.T.E

EXTRA ACTIVITIES

During our trainings and mobility projects, while hosting our international guests from all over the world, JUMP involves the local network of partners and organizes different types of activities. This is not simply tourism, this is local development. This is JUMP Educational Tourism in Calabria region!

BADOLATO
VISIT TO THE OLD TOWN
SOCIAL DINNERS
IN A OLD CELLARS WITH TRADITIONAL FOOD
CHEESE MOMENT
MAKING FRESH CHEESE
OIL PRODUCERS
GERACE
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE "LOCRIDE"
PAINTING
IN THE CLOSLIEU WITH TRACCIALIBERA
VISIT TO
SCILLA, PIZZO CALABRO AND TROPEA
SQUILLACE
VISIT TO THE CASTLE WITH APERITIV AND AN ACTOR PLAYING MIDDLE AGE STORIES
CERAMIC
WORKSHOP WITH LOCAL ARTESANS
SUB
WATCHING THE BEAUTIES UNDER WATER
HORSE RIDING
ON THE BEACH
PHOTOGRAPHY
WORKSHOP
HANDMADE SOAP
WORKSHOP
BREAD-PIZZA
WORKSHOP
PICKING OLIVES
BY LOCAL OIL PRODUCERS
SUNRISE
VIDEOMAKING AND BREAKFAST
BIKE RIDING
FOR EDUCATION
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