PARTNERSHIPS AND RESULTS IN COMENIUS, LEONARDO DA VINCI AND GRUNDTVIG
National Agencies

2009-1-EE1-GRU06-00545

Euroopa kultuuripärand - võimalused elukestvaks õppimiseks

Grundtvig partnerships

PARTNERS
  • Estonia
  • Italy
  • Bulgaria
  • Spain
  • Latvia
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    ORGANIZATION Coordinator

    Häädemeeste Vallavalitsus / the Municipality of Häädemeeste

    TYPE OF ORGANIZATION

    Public authority (local)

    ADDRESS

    Pärnu mnt. 13 – Häädemeeste

    CONTACT PERSON

    Toomas Abel

    European Cultural Heritage - Opportunities for Lifelong Learning

    This Partnership involves institutions active in the field of lifelong learning, specialising on cultural traditions of five European countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Italy, Spain and Latvia. The aim of this partnership is to develop lifelong learning skills through exchange of divers European rural and urban cultural experiences in attractive and effective networking - between adult and young learners, different types of institutions from participating European countries. Learning each others’ cultural heritage is a powerful tool for fighting exclusion caused by economical and social differences between old and new EU Member States. Involving teachers and professionals of culture enables the organisers to disseminate the knowledge and skills largely in the participating countries. One of main objectives is to involve rural people and encourage them to develop their skills and awareness in European context. Important is an involvement of parents of young people as future adult learners. Of special importance is the preparation of a teacher for presentation of work – a song, a play or a piece of art to the learner that requires specific knowledge and preparation. We live communicating through the art and the awareness in the various characteristics and methods would be favourable for the process of communication. This partnership’s main result will be increased number of encouraged, culturally aware and actively networking learners from different generations of Europeans that are using new tools and methods to improve their professional qualification and better access the labour market. Indirect beneficiaries will be local communities and schools that will be able to attract more adult learners.

    RESULTS
  • Joint results
  • Estonia
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Parents' Workshop Naples 2010

    Description and video of workshop for parents whose children were participants of the festival of Neapolitan traditional singing. The main topic - how to support children in cultural activities. The main subject of the workshop was how parents could and should support their children in the process of cultural studies, preparations for the contests and international festivals and how to acknowledge their achievements.

    LANGUAGE(S)

    English, Italian

    AUDIENCE(S)

    Adult learners, Parents

    PRODUCT TYPE

    Website

    AVAILABILITY

    Link to

    COPYRIGHT

    Yes