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DUBROVNIK – Cultural heritage education: Experiential learning on the case study of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Discover the breathtaking cultural heritage of medieval Dubrovnik, Croatia with our Erasmus+ teacher training course and never spend a day in the classroom!
Learn about the importance of cultural heritage in the Pearl of the Adriatic
This Erasmus+ KA1 Cultural Heritage Course in Dubrovnik, Croatia, is designed for teachers and educational staff who wish to deepen their understanding of cultural heritage practices through experiential and outdoor learning and to integrate the acquired knowledge in their teaching of various subject areas.
Experience a hands-on approach to learning and connect with the local way of life in Dalmatia region
From the medieval stories to the pristine natural reserves, participants of this Erasmus+ teacher training course will have the opportunity to visit and explore the history and traditions of some of the most important sites and monuments in Dubrovnik, Croatia and to engage in a variety of interactive and project-based activities, both outdoors and on-site.
Our best teacher trainers will take the participants on an experiential learning adventure through magnificent Dubrovnik’s Old Town and City Walls, Cultural History Museum situated in the 14th century Rector’s Palace, Red History Museum, Lokrum Island, Sponza Palace, and other stunning locations.
The course also includes interactive workshops that let you explore your creative side and engage with traditional arts and crafts making, hands-on or by using digital tools. The workshops will cover various topics, that are problem-solving, project-based and critical thinking oriented.
Acquire the tools and methods for integrating cultural heritage into your classroom
Through sightseeing tours, lectures, discussions, and interactive workshops, the participants will broaden their collaboration skills, knowledge, and experiential approach to learning.
As a result, participants will know how to raise awareness of the importance of all cultural areas, strengthen the sense of European identity and diversity, and last but not least, promote social inclusion, and use this knowledge to create a healthy classroom of open-minded and ambitious young people!
Overall, the participants will increase their appreciation for cultural heritage and enrich their future travels and experiences, as well as develop a critical perspective on the relationship between cultural heritage and contemporary society.
This course will help participants to:
- Acquire a comprehensive understanding of the cultural heritage of Dubrovnik and its surroundings.
- Practice traditional arts and crafts of the region.
- Learn new methods and implement ideas for introducing cultural heritage topics into the classroom practice.
- Explore the possibilities of experiential learning and the planning of outdoor lessons.
- Enhance intercultural communication and competencies.
THE COURSE FEE INCLUDES:
- Full programme of study sessions ( minimum 35 hours per week );
- Course materials;
- Certificate of attendance;
- Learning Agreement
- Quality Agreement;
- Visits to local institutions;
- Personalized support;
- Expertise of Local Provider on location during the mobility;
- Free WIFI internet;
- Coffee and tea breaks;
- Administration costs.
Work on your professional and personal development under Erasmus+, network, build strong relationships with your colleagues from all over Europe and explore amazing culture and nature in Croatia’s beautiful city of Dubrovnik !