Education and Training
| Reference Number : NL-2011-229-002|
|IN THE LANGUAGE OF TUITION|
Las Otras Orillas (The other shores)
|TYPE OF TRAINING ACTIVITY
TRAINING AIMED AT PARTICIPANTS RECEIVING :
A COMENIUS GRANT (SCHOOL EDUCATION)
TYPE AND ORIGIN OF THE TRAINING:
(training resulting from an llp or previous socrates project (comenius, lingua, grundtvig, minerva))
LLP OR SOCRATES PROJECT NO. : 71768-CP-2-2000-1-NL-COMENIUS-C31
|THEMATIC FIELD OF THE TRAINING
|LANGUAGES USED FOR THE TRAINING
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|EDUCATION SECTOR OF THE TRAINING PARTICIPANTS
|NAME OF THE ORGANISATION: ||Stichting Chain Foundation|
|STREET AND NUMBER: ||Groenendaal 32|
|POSTCODE:||9722 CS - |
|TOWN / CITY: ||Groningen|
|COUNTRY: || Netherlands
|ORGANISER/S OF THE TRAINING: || |
|PERSON 1: ||Fokko Dijkstra|
|TEL NR: ||+31 6 29375351 | +31 50 5250258|
|PERSON 2: ||Angela Espin/Abdeslam Mouden|
|TEL NR: ||+34 609254143|
|FAX NR: ||+34 954562911|
IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TRAINING: (EN)
* Preparation starts with the pre-registration. This is only possible by way of the participant form in the course website. So from the very start of contact with the chain course participants work with the chain tools.
* After receiving confirmation of selection by the national agencies, the (selected) teacher’s access is being 'validated'. The course participant receives a user account (username/password combination) for the seminar magazine. In this magazine preparation articles are being published (with regard to content and ict aspects). The teachers are also expected to input own contributions: to introduce themselves and to describe cultural heritage elements in their own environment.
* During the course itself the software is being used as a normal tool. The course is aimed at producing a 'virtual book' about the course topic as part of the general chain book.
The chain network creates and promotes instruments and events, like courses and seminars, to accomplish collaboration between people and institutes involved in European cultural heritage education. In the course of this work a conceptual framework of (European) cultural heritage (education) is being developed.
To this aim internet instruments have been developed to be used in courses, projects and schools. The general idea of this software is to have a virtual book on European cultural heritage jointly produced by teachers and pupils all over Europe. Each course delivers a contribution to this 'book'.
Sevilla: Las Otras Orillas (The other Shores)
One of the main themes in the chain programme is cultural interaction between Europe and other parts of the world. (European) culture can only be defined as the outcome of various influences, within Europe itself and between Europe and its neighbour countries/continents. Therefore various travelling courses are being held to study this cultural interaction. The Sevilla course fits into this theme: Las Otras Orillas. How is Europe being influenced by and how does Europe influence the 'other shores': Mediterranean and Atlantic. Sevilla is a central and symbolic location to concentrate on this issue. Seas, like rivers, can be bastions or bridges. Is there a cultural entity north and south of Gibraltar street?
During the preparation period (see above) ict instruments (on-line magazine, slide series tool) are being used. During the actual course period participants collect information during field work, visits and lectures (usually on site). At the last day of the course working groups/teams transfer this information/documentation into the course website. After the course this input is improved and expanded.
The course itself offers a didactic model for heritage education: main (European) themes, fieldwork activities, teaching methods, reflection and the use of advanced, interactive ict tools. The chain (ict) instruments can be used to prepare and realise own partnerships and projects. To this aim after the course the participants receive coordinator rights in using the chain software for their own educational work, in their own schools as well as in (comenius) partnership work.
|IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TRAINING:
* Introduction chain and the course theme: las otras orillas (the other shores)
* Teams and tasks
* School visit and meeting with project El Vicino de Enfrente
* Technical aspects and tasks (see full description of training contents)
* Sevilla as the port to America.
* Santa Cruz
* Cathedral, Giralda - Moorish traces in a gothic monument, American silver and Columbus’ tomb.
* preparation of input into the virtual book
* Evening: guided visit to the Alcazar and gardens
Andalusia and northern Africa: Cordoba and Carmona
* Carmona - Roman, Visigoth, Arab, Christian
* Mezquita, Jewish and moorish quarters
* Medina Azahara - archaeological museum and site
* Departure for Tarifa
* Tarifa: Carthagenians, Romans, Moors (Tarif ibn Malik)
* Crossing to Ceuta
* Presentations: Reciprocal influences between Africa and Andalusia, an overview:
Phoenicians/Carthagenians, Romans, Almoravids, Almohads, colonial period (Portuguese, Spanish, French)
* Modern Imperialism: Museo de la Legion, Spanish colonial influences
* Morocco as a 'multicultural society'.
* Presentation about Chefchaouen (a city founded in 1492 by Andalusian refugees)
* School visit: meeting with teachers
* Andalusian musical traditions
Modern influences between Europe and northern Africa
* The future of EU-Maghreb relations
* Migration from northern Africa to Europe
* Return to the 'European Continent': Ceuta to Algeciras
* Visit to Gibraltar
* Visit to Ronda: Arab baths.
* Flamenco session
* Computer practice: course magazine/reports
* La otra orilla: Triana
* Meeting with Sevilla Acoge (immigrant organisation)
* Ateneo - reflection on course theme
* Europe and 'las otras orillas'
* Europe as 'las otras orillas'
* Chain of poetry
Sunday - departure
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