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The strategic partnership project "Garden without borders: a school to develop key skills in Europe"
Sunday 10 June 2018
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JPEG This strategic partnership project is led by Aline Rutily for the European Landscape and Heritage Without Borders Association, based in Saint-Germain-en-Laye.








- Partners
- Transnational meetings
- At Garden School. Training Mobilities in the gardens of Europe
- At Garden School. Words of trainers on their "peer-to-peer" training
- À l’école européenne du jardin. Learners’words about their Erasmus+ Mobility
- Pedagogic tools
- Small European glossary of then garden
- Dissemination

The project is based on a common desire to:

1) Design, implement, test effective strategies for improving key competencies towards specific target groups of schoolchildren:
- the outline of a "virtual garden without frontiers" as a shared cross-cultural field of experiences and a vector for the development of key competences, to motivate learning and to make good the deficiencies in the fields of science in an environmental context and cultural, but also oral and written communication, mathematics, learning the computer tool, and that of humanist culture.
- the cross-sectoral approach: it is dominant in school education, but the benefits of this project make it possible to remedy the shortcomings in the acquisition of basic skills in the education of unemployed young people. It therefore targets different audiences, allowing the transfer and validation of "best practices" in project partner structures, thanks to the transculturality of teaching methods and the transversality of learning. The goal is also to target the general public, involving a wide range of different partners to implement, disseminate, network these tools and good practices.

2) pool, share these experiences between teachers and educators in order to create and validate tools, especially to manage diverse groups of learners, and to reach the most disadvantaged of them.

Through European cooperation, trainers learn to exchange, share, pool, reinvent a cross-cultural field such as that of the European Garden, which promotes social cohesion and cross-cultural dialogue. The expected impact on their learners is:
- develop key skills - and knowledge -
- to foster creativity, self-confidence, the desire to learn, intellectual curiosity, openness to cultural diversity, awareness of the wealth and diversity of the European cultural heritage of gardens
- create an increased motivation for the culture of other countries. On the basis of this cooperation, the partner structures develop new teaching strategies and new tools, to enrich their training offerings and to plan future opportunities for teaching modules, in particular in a European context.

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