CHERISH – Cultural Heritage Education to Reinforce youth engagement and Improve Social cohesion
CHERISH project tackles a significant immaterial cultural heritage such as medieval and Renaissance sports and re-enactments, to develop innovative practices to raise awareness on the importance of Europe’s cultural heritage through educational activities, aimed at the acquisition of physical and mental abilities and the key competence of Cultural heritage.
The main activities that will be developed during the project are:
- the collection of information on medieval and Renaissance sports and re-enactments currently practiced and the development of guidelines for their implementation in secondary schools, with particular reference to the methodologies to be adopted and the skills to be developed
- a survey about the skills of students and teachers in the field of education and cultural heritage
- the design of cooperation methodologies and tools for establishing a Cultural Network of Medieval and Renaissance Sports.
The activities will allow the creation of specific outputs:
- a multilingual handbook for teachers and cultural makers, collecting a set of learning and educational activities to be adopted in the schools
- the creation of a Manual on how to implement educational activities for promoting a greater awareness of the common European cultural heritage
- a Cultural network of medieval sports and re-enactments.
The project involves 8 partners based in 4 EU countries: Italy, Spain, Germany, Belgium.
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Project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union