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20. International

This section includes the European projects of the association "Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière "

- Comenius : "Le jardin, monument vivant"

- Grundtvig "Les langages du bleu" "Breaking the barriers" "Vegetal languages in Europe"

- Leonardo
Échanges de pratiques sur la formation professionnelle au paysage

  • 01. COMENIUS
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    - The languages of the blue
    - Breaking the Barriers
    - The Grundtvig project Langages du végétal en Europe 2012-2014

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    The sectional programme Leonardo da Vinci responds to the learning and teaching needs of people involved in the professional and educational training as well as of institutions and organizations operating in the task of developing this type of education.

    The Leonardo da Vinci project ‘Exchanges of Practices about the Professional Training on the Landscape’ aims at strengthening the European dimension in the field of education and professional training concerning the professions linked to art and landscape.

    Its main objective is the realization of common modules for pedagogical and professional training as on-line instruments for secondary school teachers and professional training institutions.

    The partnership is made up of four partners representing three European countries: France, Italy and Turkey.

    - Association Paysage et Patrimoine sans Frontière Saint Germain-en-Laye and their silent partner : Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage from Versailles. FR
    - Istituto Superiore Polo Valboite. Istituto Statale d’Arte eLiceo Scientifico.Cortina d’Ampezzo. IT
    - Mugla Guzel Santlar Ve Spor Lisesi, Mugla. TK
    - Association ‘Artiste No Tahiti’, Papeete. Polynesia.FR

    We invite you to follow the genesis of this project since its conception during a preparatory visit in Saint Germain-en-Laye in November 2009.

    Monthly updates on the project appear online based on letters addressed to the Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière association. All the partners take part in writing these newsletters. The newsletters deal with a variety of subjects: interviews with gardeners, tradesmen and landscape gardeners, presentations of structures and their role in the project, visits and feedback from exchange students, progress in creating a teaching module. The website’s regular newsletter updates are like stages of the project. We can therefore follow its development since the initial project visit in 2009.

    These articles are proposed by all the partners. They were first published monthly in the same section. For easier reading, they are now gathered in four sections:
    - Partners
    - Transnational meetings
    - Education Module
    - Around the project

    Aline Rutily, Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière, Saint-Germain-en-Laye FR.

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