The project foresees 2 Transnational Learning, Teaching and Training Activities (LTTAs) of 5 days each, in the headquarters of the Alberto Manzi’s Archive and Centre in Bologna. During the LTTAs partners and teachers will discover and work concretely with the “Alberto Manzi Method” and “Bruno Munari Method”, will co-design and test the new fomat of the “digital atelier” and will dedicate time to work on small groups, hereby starting to share the European format of the digital atelier.
Teachers’ active role consists in linking these methodologies and contents with their school curriculum with the support of the national partners. Each Consortium has great competencies and experiences that will be valorized and used during the LTT activities: engineering skills (Finland, Turkey and Lithuania), app and geo-localization (Portugal), artistic competencies (Greece and Poland), social empowerment (Czeck Republic), tackling Early School Leaving (Portugal).
In the 1st Transnational Learning, Teaching and Training Activity 40 Teachers and staff from the 8 partner countries worked together from the 9th to 13th of January 2017 on the methodologies of Alberto Manzi and Bruno Munari:
– on “One image and thousand words” with Alessandra Falconi:
– on “How to draw a tree” and “QR Code” with Sara Rendina and Wanda Mannino (Six Memos):
– on “Competencies” with Pierre Fastrez (UCL, Université catholique de Louvain):
In the 2nd LTTA 32 Teachers and staff, experimented the 8 first Digital Atelier Proposals of the partners, worked on how to valorize students competences with Pierre Fastrez and develop together other Digital Atelier Proposals.