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THE TRAME PROJECT :
Transferring Competencies through Self Narration and the Mentoring Process

SUMMARY

The TraMe Partnership focuses on intergenerational learning. It brings together eight organizations which are committed, with their specific competences, to support the cultural and educational values that go along with traditional artisanship and handicrafts.

They are all experienced in mentoring as well as in helping pass on the passion and knowledge connected with handicraft traditions. All the partners are keenly aware of the need to increase the motivation and the skills amongst the Artisans to pass on their knowledge as well as to help younger people understand the importance of learning about those skills and activities.
The general aim of the TraMe Partnership is through the self-narration method to increase both the Artisans motivation and ability to be mentors for their trade and to increase the young adults’ awareness of the importance of this cultural heritage.

The TraMe Partnership specific objectives are:
• To exchange, test and document best practices for using “self-narration” skills to help pass on traditions and artisanship.  Special interest will be paid to those methods which enhance intergenerational learning in traditional arts and crafts
• To show how activities like those of the TraMe Project could be become very important in fostering active and responsible citizenship between generations.

THE MAIN PRODUCTS OF THE TRAME PARTNERSHIP WILL BE

1. A video guide on “working life self-narration” best practices, created by individual participants of self-narration workshops implemented by each organization.
2. One seminar in each country disseminating information about the processes and results of the project. In particular it will show how intergenerational activities like those of the project contribute to an active and responsible citizens.

CONCRETE OBJECTIVES OF TRAME ARE:

1. Exchanging documented practices on intergenerational learning between the partners, in particular those using Self-narration.
2. Producing a video guide on the self-narration best practices, showing individual participants to the self-narrations courses describe how to use of the working life narrations to reach young people.
3. Letting young and older participants in the project to experience receiving and passing on traditional knowledge active citizenship.
The self-directed approach, the use of personal narratives, will ensure the achievement of the main objective of increasing the motivation of mature and older artisans of each country to help safeguard the cultural heritage and the wealth that comes from the diversity of cultures and experiences. As a specific action the TraMe Partnership benefits from a wide approach, coming from the different points of view, the competencies and strengths of the various organizations.

EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE

In this current time of crisis all European Countries share the need to promote the role of education in connecting people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
It uses a new pedagogical tool (generative-narration) to promote actions of responsible citizenship.
The multifaceted inputs provided by the wide cultural spectrum of the consortium will ensure that the final products will be useful and of inspiration for self-narration training courses for mature/older artisans in many European Countries.

 

 

THE TRAME PROJECT :
Transferring Competencies through Self Narration and the Mentoring Process

SUMMARY

The TraMe Partnership focuses on intergenerational learning. It brings together eight organizations which are committed, with their specific competences, to support the cultural and educational values that go along with traditional artisanship and handicrafts.

They are all experienced in mentoring as well as in helping pass on the passion and knowledge connected with handicraft traditions. All the partners are keenly aware of the need to increase the motivation and the skills amongst the Artisans to pass on their knowledge as well as to help younger people understand the importance of learning about those skills and activities.
The general aim of the TraMe Partnership is through the self-narration method to increase both the Artisans motivation and ability to be mentors for their trade and to increase the young adults’ awareness of the importance of this cultural heritage.

The TraMe Partnership specific objectives are:
• To exchange, test and document best practices for using “self-narration” skills to help pass on traditions and artisanship.  Special interest will be paid to those methods which enhance intergenerational learning in traditional arts and crafts
• To show how activities like those of the TraMe Project could be become very important in fostering active and responsible citizenship between generations.

THE MAIN PRODUCTS OF THE TRAME PARTNERSHIP WILL BE

1. A video guide on “working life self-narration” best practices, created by individual participants of self-narration workshops implemented by each organization.
2. One seminar in each country disseminating information about the processes and results of the project. In particular it will show how intergenerational activities like those of the project contribute to an active and responsible citizens.

CONCRETE OBJECTIVES OF TRAME ARE:

1. Exchanging documented practices on intergenerational learning between the partners, in particular those using Self-narration.
2. Producing a video guide on the self-narration best practices, showing individual participants to the self-narrations courses describe how to use of the working life narrations to reach young people.
3. Letting young and older participants in the project to experience receiving and passing on traditional knowledge active citizenship.
The self-directed approach, the use of personal narratives, will ensure the achievement of the main objective of increasing the motivation of mature and older artisans of each country to help safeguard the cultural heritage and the wealth that comes from the diversity of cultures and experiences. As a specific action the TraMe Partnership benefits from a wide approach, coming from the different points of view, the competencies and strengths of the various organizations.

EUROPEAN ADDED VALUE

In this current time of crisis all European Countries share the need to promote the role of education in connecting people of all ages and cultural backgrounds.
It uses a new pedagogical tool (generative-narration) to promote actions of responsible citizenship.
The multifaceted inputs provided by the wide cultural spectrum of the consortium will ensure that the final products will be useful and of inspiration for self-narration training courses for mature/older artisans in many European Countries.

 

 


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