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12. Pedagogic tools

The pedagogic tools are mainly from the DVD "cultivate our garden" published in 2004 by the Regional Centre of Pedagogical Documentation, headed by Aline Rutily, designer of the project "The garden is a living monument. Garden Heritage Education in Europe". These 148 tools are on this website, with the written permission of the authors and of the publisher of the DVD. This permission is granted to the french Association for dissemination to the greatest number of users, throw its website.

- WARNING : These texts and images are intended to be used, but it is forbidden to copy them to another site, or any other medium. They remain the property of their authors, protected by EU laws on intellectual property.

We thank the following partners for this very rich work :
- Belgium : Louvain University, the King Baudoin High School, the Association Patrimoine à roulettes (30 tools)
- Italy : Town of Ravenna (10 tools)
- France : Teachers of Inspection des Yvelines and of the Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière (107 tools)
- Spain : the Centre for Adult Education (2 tools).

The town of Ravenna and the Association Paysage et patrimoine sans frontière continued writing pedagogic tools. In 2008, some tools were added to this list, written by new authors : the Federation of Catholic Education BE (3), High School Faro PT (3), the Association Laboratorio del Cittadino IT (3).

The cards are issued at your disposal. If you use them, thank you for sharing your experiences by commenting.

  • 02. Bibliography

    The bibliography is for use by teachers, educators, parents and teacher trainers. A bibliography specific to young people is available under the heading "For young people."

    The bibliography was developed and validated by the various partner teams, from their own experiences and uses. It consists of two parts :
    - educational materiel providing examples of activities to implement,
    - reference works, to upgrade conceptual, theoretical and cultural concepts related to the garden.

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  • 03. On the Web
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  • 17. Pedagogic tools

    The Erasmus + Strategic Partnership "Garden without borders. A school to develop key skills in Europe "has produced this collective pedagogical file of 35 work tracks, from the conception, sharing and sharing of educational practices focused on the use of the fragile garden.
    It is the result of a collaboration between professors of
    - Paysage et patrimoine Association, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France,
    - Acquamarina Association, Trieste, Italy,
    - Botanical Garden of the University of Granada, Spain,
    - Botanical Garden of the University of Padova, Italy,
    - Agrupamento de Escolas João de Deus, Faro, Portugal.

    It is a tool to help teachers manage diverse groups of students with learning difficulties and to use new ways to optimize and improve their pedagogy.

    Each of the online teaching forms involves these key competences which are transversal to the whole book. These skills are the foundation for personal fulfillment, social inclusion, active citizenship and future employment : a combination of knowledge, skills and attitudes appropriate to each context.

    This collective tools presents a series of innovative approaches that contribute to the development of key competences of learners. These approaches encourage transversal approaches built around the same theme : the garden.

    Thanks to the Erasmus + partnership, a "Borderless Garden" has just been created in Europe and throughout the world, through the languages of arts and sciences, mathematics and literature, poetry and landscape, as countless bridges thrown between our countries.

    Aline Rutily, Project Manager and Publishing Coordinator

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