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Co-creative cooperation in culture and heritage

Curricula Guidelines

Period and lead partner

The Curricula Guidelines are provided March - April 2019, and the lead partner and editor is Interfolk.

 

Aim and objectives

The aim is to develop Curricula Guidelines and to design exemplary course packages that can be tested afterwards. The objectives are

  • To clarify appropriate competence profiles with reference to the key findings of the previous Survey;
  • To provide core curricula for key competence for culture actors engaged in co-creative cooperation.

 

Frame and outline of the Guidelines

The Curricula Guidelines can be approx. 15 pages with the following disposition:

  1. Foreword on background and aims for the guidelines (1 page)
  2. Introduction a with reference to the key findings of the state of arts survey (3-4 pages).
  3. Present the core curricula for culture actors engaged in co-creative cooperation, including the planned objectives and learning outcomes, admission requirements, volume of sessions and main subjects that will be covered during the training (4 -6 pages)
  4. Present the pedagogical methodology, where the training must be based on participatory and activity-based methods, integrating theory and shared experience. (1-2 pages)
  5. Present validation and transfer methods that are embedded in the content of the course programme

and can help to clarify the outcome for the participants (1-2 pages)

  1. Recommendations for course planning of in-service training courses (2-3 pages).

 

More information about the Curricula Guidelines

  • can be seen here primo May 2019

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