Teaching and Learning with Living Heritage: Resources for teachers

Pilot Survey on the UNESCO ASPnet schools in the European Union | Summary of Key Findings

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Resources for Teachers

A resource kit for teachers

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A webinar on ‘Teaching and learning with living heritage’ took place on 29 June 2021 from 3 to 5 p.m. (Paris time). This event concluded the project ‘Engaging Youth for an Inclusive and Sustainable Europe’ implemented jointly by UNESCO and the European Union. It aimed to raise awareness about the benefits and challenges of teaching and learning with living heritage in primary and secondary schools . Watch the webinar on YouTube in French and English.

Ten case studies

  • Glöcklerlauf in physics and computer-aided design classes, Austria English|French
  • Japanese Hanga printing in art and mathematics classes, Belgium English|French
  • Lefkara laces and carob products in mathematics classes and extracurricular activities, Cyprus English|French
  • Masopust carnival in language, history, civics and art classes, Czechia English|French
  • Kama recipe in language and mathematics classes, Estonia English|French
  • Rebetiko in literature, English language, sports and ICT classes, Greece English|French
  • Kūčiukai Christmas cookies in language and technology classes, Lithuania English|French
  • The poldermodel in economics, social studies and history classes, The Netherlands English|French
  • Stroje ludowe, traditional decorative patterns in mathematics classes, Poland English|French
  • O Merdeiro in Galician language, geography, music and art classes, Spain English|French
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Three practical tools

  • Tool 1: Gathering information English|French
  • Tool 2: How can we learn with living heritage? Possible linkages between school subjects and living heritage English|French
  • Tool 3: Frequently asked questions and challenges when teaching with living heritage English|French

Six films

  • O Merdeiro in Galician language, geography, music and art classes (Spain), full version (4,50 min - available in English, French, Spanish and Korean), social media version (1 min - available in English and French).
  • Glöcklerlauf in physics and computer-aided design classes (Austria), full version (5,20 min - available in English and French), social media version (1 min - available in English and French).
  • Japanese Hanga printing in art and mathematics classes (Belgium) full version (6,37 min - available in English and French), social media version (1 min - available in English and French).
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