iSCHOOL – Ιncreasing Students’ Awareness on Cultural Heritage through Digital Tools and NFE Methods

iSCHOOL - Ιncreasing Students’ Awareness on Cultural Heritage

Our organisation coordinates the i-SCHOOL Erasmus+ project to cover and address the need to foster the knowledge and increase awareness of teachers and students regarding cultural heritage through non-formal settings. Its aims are to increase primary and secondary teachers’ capacity in integrating cultural heritage for the development of creative teaching practices through an interdisciplinary approach and the use of digital technology as well as NFE methods, to provide innovative, complementary and diverse material in integrating cultural heritage in school education, and to strengthen the capacity of partner organisations on promoting cultural heritage through digital tools in schools.

Its main objectives are to:

  • Develop a tailor-made educational programme suitable for teachers and students aged 10-15, including an Online Course with digital and non-digital resources, an e-learning platform, a Cultural Heritage Toolkit with class sessions and an innovative Digital Educational Game
  • Increase the capacity of primary and secondary school educators to integrate cultural heritage in everyday school practices and learning through a series of digital and interactive tools and NFE methods
  • Increase knowledge and awareness of students and teachers on Europe’s common cultural heritage
  • Develop relationships/synergies between schools, cultural institutions, youth NGOs and other related bodies for the development of educational sessions in and out of the school setting.

Project Results:

  • i-SCHOOL Online Course for Primary and Secondary School Teachers
  • i-SCHOOL Cultural Heritage Toolkit
  • E-Learning Platform
  • Digital game “Cultural Warriors”

The project consortium is composed of 6 partners from 4 countries: Cyprus (Eurosuccess Consulting), Greece, Turkey, Italy.

Duration: 01/12/2021 – 31/05/2024

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