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Eat healthily, Live happily (EN-CUR-595)
This lesson combines healthy nutrition awareness and digital literacy development. It follows a learner-centred orientation providing learners with opportunities to collaborate with …
Developing a Culture for Museums in Health and Wellbeing: Mentalizing, the inside story (LS-ME-560)
This learning scenario, created by Katerina Mavromichali, an archaeologist-museologist and art therapy counsellor, is inspired by the ways culture contributes to the …
To say and To Listen (LS-PT-552)
Introduction In this learning scenario, my students were sensitized to the construction of their individual and collective identity through different forms of …
Health Alliance: Mens Sana in Corpore Sano (LS-HR-537)
Background info Maintaining physical, mental and emotional well-being can be really challenging, especially during the COVID-19 lockdowns all over Europe. Comparing practices …
The Never-ending Search for the Perfect Body (LS-IT-528)
This cross-curricular learning scenario introduced students to the concept of an idealised body in the past (ancient Greek and Roman societies) and …
Emotional Intelligence and Teenagers (LS-BG-506)
No doubt that people have emotions. The point is whether we can recognize and control these emotions. What happens to teenagers when …
Le Stagioni (IT-CUR-470)
Usiamo le risorse Europeana per mettere in evidenza le caratteristiche di ogni stagione e comprendere l’abbigliamento adeguato ad ognuna. Questo scenario didattico può essere utilizzato come …
Forests and Meadows: Invertebrates (LS-FI-445)
This learning scenario created by Karoliina Mutanen, a Finnish primary teacher, is suitable for the students of all age groups. With this …
Giocare nel Tempo! (IT-CUR-405)
Lo scenario di apprendimento interdisciplinare nasce per potenziare le competenze del 21o secolo attraverso il gioco. Gli studenti rifletteranno su come sono …
Spiritual Camino de Santiago French Way – UNESCO HERITAGE (EN-CUR-386)
The aim of this lesson is to provide background information on the Camino de Santiago routes for the young generation. Camino de …
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