This project covers Social Inclusion, Innovative Practices in the Digital Age and the Social and Educational Value of European Cultural Heritage. Its main objective is innovation and the theme “MARKA: innovation and inclusion in the construction of an identity curriculum”. The partners are 4 schools from Portugal, Estonia, Italy and Cyprus, an NGO from Macedonia and FPCE from the University of Porto. About 2010 students from 8 to 18 years old, 86 teachers, 1 senior researcher, 2 junior researchers, dozens of technicians and specialists in heritage, museological, environmental and artistic education participate directly in the activities of the project. Within each partner, it involves the collaborative work of dozens of teachers: school directors, international project teams, intermediate leaders, project teams, pedagogical and administrative structures, technological teams, educational support services for students with fewer opportunities and teams of professionals. disclosure.
It involves 3TPM, 5LTTA, strategically and chronologically planned by profile and geographic location, whose triangulation covers EU countries, 6 Multiplier Events and 2 Intellectual Outputs. It is structured based on the formation of leaders in an international context and replication in terms of local action. It considers the curricular implementation processes, focusing on the development of Key Competences for Lifelong Learning, based on a participatory, experimental and research-action methodology, whose focus is the contribution of students in the construction of the curriculum and in resulting outputs, the knowledge of a reality and its understanding, creativity and the application of critical sense and which have an impact on the local environment, an identity curriculum as a vehicle for local response to transnational social priorities and as an opportunity to implement a methodology that effect inclusion and this promotes innovation.