​​​​​Under the UNESCO-EU project “Engaging youth for an inclusive and sustainable Europe”, 10 UNESCO Associated Schools across the European Union Countries worked to integrate living heritage in school-based education in innovative ways.

The following videos are part of a mini-series of films and a set of resources for primary and secondary teachers on the integration of living heritage in education and how it contributes to safeguarding intangible cultural heritage and the achievement of quality education for all.


Teaching and learning with living heritage: Japanese Hanga printing in art and math classes

This film documents the experience of Maori (12), student at the Campus Comenius, ASPnet School in Brussels, Belgium, who learned with living heritage in mathematics and art. It demonstrates how sharing one's living heritage leads to the appreciation of cultural diversity in a multicultural classroom. 

 



Teaching and learning with living heritage: O Merdeiro in geography, music and art classes
This film documents the experience of Sara (15), student at the Colexio Eduardo Pondal in Vigo, ASPnet School in Spain, who learned with living heritage in geography, Galician language, music and art. 

 


Teaching and learning with living heritage Glöcklerlauf in physics and computer aided design classes
This film documents the experience of Florian (14), student at the Welterbe Mittelschule in Bad Goisern, ASPnet School in Austria , who learned with living heritage in computer-aided design (CAD), mathematics, physics and art.