The project context
The project context is that one of a Europe with deep cultural diversities and, at the same time, a common ground that makes up the distinct feature of the European way of life.
In this context, education and culture can play a pivotal role for people, in particular when we succeed in breaking down the traditional barriers between disciplines.
The project goal
Within this framework, the project goal is to approach and explore the European cultural heritage topic and one methodology: the integrated teaching and learning one. The aim is to mix them together fostering a new and crucial topic for VET offer by a new approach, integrating it in some existing training paths within the VET provider offer in Europe.
The project will design, implement, test and disseminate a kit of didactic-educational tools tailored made on VET trainers. The kit is going to be an OER, at disposal of everybody.
The project target
The main target group is represented by VET trainers. In a consequent cascade flow, the second main target people are VET learners. The benefits for them lies in the enhancement of their learning motivation and the concrete opportunities to study the same content from different perspectives. In addition, the methodology lets them to develop crucial key competences, such as social and civic competence, cultural awareness and expression.
The project partnership
The project lasts 26 months. It includes four countries, from north to south Europe: Sweden, Lithuania, Italy and Spain. The partnership represents an heterogeneous team made by complementary competences and expertises, background and missions: this will let the project to valorize the importance of an high quality and attractiveness VET system, in a widespread network.
The participants to the project, during its whole cycle, are more than 400, including also people with fewer opportunities and special needs. The participants will actively take part to the preparation and testing of the intellectual output. They will also participate to the final multiplier events. Each country will host a final event: the total number of people is, at least, 200.
The project transnationality
In facing the European cultural heritage topic and the mainstreaming of an integrated approach, the project pursues a transnational approach. The goal is to look at the main framework within plural dimension, valorizing the inputs, feedbacks and suggestions coming from different contexts and exploiting a dense network of stakeholders.