Project Handbook : INTERSTICE, encounters between artists, children and educators
París Romia, Gemma
Blanch Gelabert, Sílvia
Ciraso Calí, Anna

Date: Bellaterra, 2021
Description: 19 pag.
Abstract: This is the INTERSTICE project's Handbook. The INTERSTICE project aims to influence the learning outcomes of university students of the Early Childhood and Primary Education degree, by incorporating innovative experiences that intertwine art and education through collaborative learning between students, artists, teachers and children. These innovative experiences share promoting inclusive creative artistic experiences to the entire child population, especially those who are most vulnerable and who have fewer opportunities to experience quality proposals. Based on the experience in different areas (visual and scenic art, and expertise with 0-3, 3-6 and 6-12 years old children) and the positive results carried out in different educational and cultural partner institutions, our aim is to expand this model of innovation in the different European countries that participate in it. The results of the project include different products and pedagogical materials that will facilitate the training and implementation of the experiences for university students so that they, in turn, can train teachers and other education professionals together with artists, to include the art of Integrated form in the university and other educational and cultural institutions.
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Language: Anglès
Document: Informe
Subject: Project Handbook ; INTERSTICE ; Project Management ; Erasmus + ; CRiEDO ; ERIFE

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