The project activities will take place in Split (Croatia) in 5 days duration.
1. GoCroatia: Presentation of school life and the elements that constitute the Croatian spirit (ppt or multimedia display); after the welcome, the host
school will introduce itself, the school and the city of Split. The partners will listen to a music programme performed by pupils, singing a Capella, in
traditional Croatian way, a song called Klapa, which is a multipart singing tradition of the southern Croatian regions of Dalmatia. It’s on the
UNESCO’s list of intangible heritage of Croatia. After that, all participants will meet the teachers of the Croatian school. Then, a school guided tour
will take place.
2. EuroCultRoute#1: Fragments of the past: Social and educational value of European cultural heritage. A city guided tour of Split – UNESCO’s
World Heritage City will follow, based on EuroCulTRoute#1: Fragments of the Past. Participants will explore and learn about the most important
historical sites in Split, capturing them and memorizing the rich history of the city. It is 1700 years old city and the layer upon layer of history is still
clearly visible in the architecture of its most important buildings like the oldest cathedral in the world that is still in use today and the ancient walls and
structures of the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian in which people still live today as it is the very centre of the modern city. Then, participants
will share experiences about teaching methods and approaches to cultural heritage topics and they will discuss about cross-curricular teaching
procedures on cultural heritage topics.
3. EuroCulT Workshop: Creating a digital Smart Quiz. The students of the Croatian school will present a smart digital quiz using Kahoot – a free
game-based learning platform-, related to cultural and historic heritage of Split. The emphasis will be given on the continuity of common European
cultural heritage, which dates back to Ancient Roman times and resounds in the present in many Mediterranean and other European countries. After
this, it will take place a workshop on how to make such quizzes about any topic.
4. EuroCulTSpots: Let’s melt past to the present: Students and teachers will try to find in local archives captures of the area, as to shot the same
place from the same viewing angle, making the comparison of past and nowadays. Fusing old photos with modern ones, students took themselves
as to develop overlapping images, that merge scenes from past to present in order to create a EuroCultCalendar 2020 (digital & printed edition).
5. Assembly of contact persons to overview the project and preparation of the 3rd visit;
6. Assessment of 2nd visit;
7. Project’s press release and website publishing.

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