Intergenerational Heritage Dialogue in Social Sciences

Intergenerational interviews and videos are a didactic resource to improve not only intergenerational dialogue but also highlight relevant local environmental issues like heritage identity and rights, improving critical and holistic understanding of the current wide world from a visual perspective, promoting engaged learning. Presented by Clotilde Lechuga Jimenez from the University of Malaga.

Heritage Education – a Useful Tool for Engaged Learning

Promoting dialogue among professors, students and older adults working in associations, NGO’S or institutions, heritage education is a strategy to know, promote, transmit and preserve the heritage identity of the socio-ecological system.

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