Welcome to the Official Website of the Erasmus+ project titled:
“Cultural Heritage: An inclusive Path for participation and exchange in Europe”
In this page you can find who is working for this project, (schools-countries) the Summary of the Project, the Products and the Activities planed and implemented to help us achieve our goals. You can enjoy our photos, videos, assessment tools, educational material, planning material, the art crafts, the games, the dances and so much more.
We hope you can take this path with us and enjoy every step as much as we enjoy it ourselves.
“Cultural Heritage: An inclusive Path for participation and exchange in Europe”.
It is a two-year, exchange of good practices project, having as a Priority the Social Inclusion, and additional priorities: Social and educational value of European cultural heritage, its contribution to job creation, economic growth and social cohesion and Tackling early school leaving and disadvantage. Topics relevant are equity and Migrants' issues. Six schools from Cyprus, Greece, Portugal, Estonia, Poland, and Romania are involved in the project.23%of the children in the project come with cultural differences and face Economic or Social obstacles, refugee issues, or other difficulties. We aim through innovative ways, to help children learn their cultural heritage better, but also learn and accept the culture of others. Through respect and self-awareness, they can be let to an inclusive mindset and attitude, aiming the dropout rate to be reduced. we will help the children get lifelong-job creation skills so they become active European citizens of the 21st century. We will work on four aspects of cultural heritage. These are Art, Monuments, Games-Dances, and Fairy tales. Through innovative computer technologies and living interaction with other cultural heritage, learning respect, appreciation, and acceptance, we will cultivate an inclusive mindset and prepare children to be active European citizens in a coherent prosperous Europe.
We will have 6 Learning teaching training activities (LTTA), 2 of them also combining joined stuff activities, so teachers and children have the opportunity to interact, witness new methods feel part of a group, train and improve. In all activities, the visiting children will be integrated into mixed groups and will become part of the school's social group, and experience the hostings school's life. We will use eTwinning online meetings to open the LTTA to more children and teachers from the sending schools.
Improve awareness, understanding and respect of other culture's heritage as well as one's own and the importance of its protection.
Promote the acceptance of differences and diversity, and cultivate inclusion in schools.
Assist the school community to better handle social phenomena such as Immigration and Refugees.
Foster citizen's skills by implementing critical thinking, Information Computer Technologies (ICT) and by encouraging a feeling of acceptance and belonging.
Improve the culture and Education capital by improving lifelong - job creation Skills and reducing Drop out rates.
Help children, through mobility, to become active European citizens, adjustable to changes and open to progress and prepared to work together and achieve common goals.
Explore school communities and culture across Europe, to promote common European values and enhance social cohesion.
Tour to kaimakli for Kaimakliou C' (KB)
Getting started - Portugal venue
The apprentice - Polland venue