Teachers and artists from the participating organizations met in Belgium for a summer workshop in July 2017 to make the selection of best practices.
The Output leading partner IYMF has fullfilled the collection and presentation of the Best Practices.
These are Sweden’s Best Practices:
THE SWEDISH CODE OF CONDUCT
The Swedish Outdoor Access Rights combined with the Convention of Children's Rights fit perfectly well, as can be seen in our three connected best examples, with the Swedish Curriculum and with the two e-ARTinED themes: Social Inclusion and Nature through the Arts; to Experience Nature as well as to Protect Nature.
Read the Swedish presentations here:
- Sweden e-ARTinED Good Practice 1.1 Waste Sorting and Recycling
- Sweden e-ARTinED Good Practice 1.2 The Outdoor Access Rights and the Convention of Children’s Rights
- Sweden e-ARTinED Good Practice 1.3 Sustainability and Recycled Art in Nature
- Appendix 1 Mini Musical about our Environmental Waste Separation
- Appendix 2 English translation Songs Waste Sorting
- Appendix 3 Two Good Examples A comparison with quotes from the national curricula
Here is a link if you want to join us in the community and/or take part in the course.
Look at the Swedish TEACHER’S GUIDES (in English!)
See our other achievements!
- Background Reports and Repostory
- Educational Programme for teachers, trainers and artists
- Online Course
- Community Practice
Time table/Gantt Chart
This project e-ARTinED Erasmus+ ID KA201-01226718 has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.