UNESCO Dolomites 2016 Summer School
Subscriptions are open for the UNESCO Dolomites 2016 Summer School for teachers and their families!
UNESCO: learning about liveability
An innovative way of learning about biodiversity, landscape, geology and climate. The Dolomites way
This course, one of the key activities in the Foundation’s 2016 schedule for its Education and Research Network, will be held mainly at the Dolomites Geological Museum in Predazzo (TN) from 25 to 28 July 2016.
Those wishing to take part should send their application form by 30 June 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to MUSE – Museo delle Scienze at the number: +39 0461-270385.
The training course is supported by a number of organisations, as well as the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation: MUSE – Science Museum, Trento, the Dolomites Geological Museum in Predazzo, Tsm – STEP, School for the Administration of the Territory and Landscape, the Municipality of Predazzo, Stava 1985 Onlus Foundation and FEM – the Edmund Mach Foundation.
Presentation of the 2016 Summer School “UNESCO: learning about liveability”
The Summer School “UNESCO: learning about liveability” is a golden opportunity to study the latest information and research and learning-based methods and practices to teach about the liveability of the territories. The lecturers will use an active teaching style and the latest information will be presented from scientific research during outdoor and indoor courses.
The course is open to teachers of primary, middle and secondary schools. The maximum number of teachers is 50 and a minimum of 22 is needed for the course to run. There are a limited number of places available to allow peer review and group activities.
A busy Family Programme will be organised for the families accompanying the participants, with activities held in the Val di Fiemme.
For more information, please visit the 2016 Summer School dedicated page on the MUSE website.