original image: Hushållsseminarium, Nils Erik Martin Tesch, Arkitektur- och designcentrum, PD sourced via Europeana.

Organized by the Department of Education, Cultural heritage and Tourism at the University of Macerata, the first round table of the Erasmus+ project I² Identity and Innovation is planned on 27-28-29-30 September 2021 as an online event.

Registrations are open, please contact valentina.bachi@photoconsortium.net or museodellascuola@unimc.it

A certificate of attendance will be released upon request.


September 27   

9.00-9.45: Marta Brunelli / University of Macerata (IT)

The educational use of school photographs in museums/in schools

10.00-10.45: Antonella Fresa, Valentina Bachi / Photoconsortium, Pisa (IT)

Reusing cultural content available online in educational activities and teaching/learning materials, with an eye on copyright

September 28   

9.00-9.45: Pierluigi Feliciati / University of Macerata (IT)

Historical schools, the built heritage and the new technologies. The workshop “How to write a Wikipedia article”

10.00-10.45: Ewelina Oksiuta / European Historic Houses Association (BE)

What do historic houses teach us? The innovative approach to education in the private heritage sector

September 29

9.00-9.45: Fabio Targhetta / University of Macerata (IT)

Collecting Oral histories, between the school and the museum

10.00-10.20: Ria Christens / CEA-Cultureel Erfgoed Annuntiaten Heverlee (BE)

Students as stakeholders. Play Ground Circles: a participatory heritage project

10.20-10.40: Cyrus Vanderschhoot / UCLL-University Colleges Leuven-Limburg (BE)

Students in the role of museum curator. Cloister becomes school: a creative project

September 30

9.00-9.45: Francesca Davida Pizzigoni / INDIRE-National Institute for Documentation, Communication and Educational Research (IT)

Preserving the Educational heritage in schools as a learning activity

10.00-10.45: Joris Colla / KADOC Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (BE)

Slimerfgoed: A platform for Educational Heritage

I² Identity and Innovation is co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, project number 2020-1-BE02-KA227-SCH-083082