SUMMER SCHOOL - TEACHERS & FAMILY

UNESCO: LIVABILITY EDUCATION

Innovative learning laboratory for biodiversity, landscape, geology, climate. The example of the Dolomites.

 

MUSE Science Museum of Trento in cooperation with Tsm – STEP, School for Territory and Landscape Management, UNESCO Dolomites Foundation, Municipality of Predazzo, Non-Profit Stava Foundation 1985, FEM - Edmund Mach Foundation

 

Geological Museum of the Dolomites - Predazzo

July 25th to 28th 2016


This residential educational project represent a chance to reflect upon the educational emergencies of our complex society, upon cross-curricular knowledge and the need for educational institutions to invest in the education to livability and human responsibility. 

Through immersive, captivating experiences both indoors and outdoors, up-to-date scientific contents will be provided together with conceptual tools, interpretations and learning experiences useful to create connections and tight bonds among different disciplines.

The outdoor experience includes a light excursion in the Dolomitic environment.

The offer of the indoor laboratory is based on the RBL – Research Based Learning methodology, which will be applied so that participants may learn how to use it while they experience it.

The Summer School is dedicated to Primary and Secondary School teachers, and covers 22 training hours taking place at the 
Geological Museum of the Dolomites in Predazzo, Val di Fiemme.

The course has a maximum number of participants and requires the payment of a fee.


For the relatives of participants a rich and entertaining Family Program in the area is available.

MUSE was recognized by the Ministry of Education as a licensed agency for continuing teacher education.