Heritage in the Classroom
A Practical Manual for Teachers
Edited by Veerle De Troyer
Distributed by Coronet Books Inc.
154 pages, Illustrated, 8 ¼ x 11 ¾"
$37.50 Paper Original
Attention to issues of heritage, in all its forms, has received attention across Europe. Its use in primary and secondary education curricula has developed many fascinating outcomes, in part because ideas of heritage interact well with new pedagogical approaches, like cross-curricular collaboration and project work.
Few training manuals offering concrete materials and examples of good practices exist. HEREDUC (HERitage EDUcation) has tried to fill this gap. This project, part of the Comenius 2.1 scheme, works within the European Union Socrates programme. The HEREDUC project also offers a webpage (www.hereduc.net) to accompany this guidebook.
Chapter 1. A School Trip to the Past with an Eye Fixed on the Future
Chapter 2. Heritage Education, Europe and Identity
Chapter 3. Learning With and From Our Heritage
Chapter 4. Heritage Projects in All Measures
Chapter 5. Practical Examples
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