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The Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage Seminar

On the 4th of March, Paragon Europe hosted a National Seminar within the margins of the TraMe project. The ‘Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage’ Seminar was held at St James Cavalier, Valletta.

The event was attended by persons from various organisations including teachers from the Lifelong Learning Center, the Malta Crafts Council, a representative of the Design and Technology Learning Centre, Ministry of Education and TraMe project partners from Hungary, Turkey, Germany and Ireland.

The Seminar started with an introduction about TraMe. This was followed by a national documentary movie regarding the self-narration method and crafts in Malta; a presentation about the role of the media in intergenerational learning (Andrea Ferenczi, Association for Women’s Career Development in Hungary);  a presentation about modern technology and digitalisation: in intangible cultural heritage and intergenerational learning (Tanya Agius, Lifelong Learning Center);a workshop held by Elisabetta Abodanza from Arbeiterwohlfahrt (AWO) Berlin Spree-Wuhle  - Germany: ‘How do I transfer my artisan-competences?’; and apresentation about the impact of modern technology on art (Keith Galea, Educational Officer for Secondary Schools). Finally the floor was opened for questions and answers  and a discussion ensued.

The project is now at the final stage however the contacts established with local stakeholders in the field and the work carried out will lend to the sustainability of the project and the results achieved.

The Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage Seminar

On the 4th of March, Paragon Europe hosted a National Seminar within the margins of the TraMe project. The ‘Impact of Modern Technology on Intergenerational Learning and the Transferring of Intangible Cultural Heritage’ Seminar was held at St James Cavalier, Valletta.

The event was attended by persons from various organisations including teachers from the Lifelong Learning Center, the Malta Crafts Council, a representative of the Design and Technology Learning Centre, Ministry of Education and TraMe project partners from Hungary, Turkey, Germany and Ireland.

The Seminar started with an introduction about TraMe. This was followed by a national documentary movie regarding the self-narration method and crafts in Malta; a presentation about the role of the media in intergenerational learning (Andrea Ferenczi, Association for Women’s Career Development in Hungary);  a presentation about modern technology and digitalisation: in intangible cultural heritage and intergenerational learning (Tanya Agius, Lifelong Learning Center);a workshop held by Elisabetta Abodanza from Arbeiterwohlfahrt (AWO) Berlin Spree-Wuhle  - Germany: ‘How do I transfer my artisan-competences?’; and apresentation about the impact of modern technology on art (Keith Galea, Educational Officer for Secondary Schools). Finally the floor was opened for questions and answers  and a discussion ensued.

The project is now at the final stage however the contacts established with local stakeholders in the field and the work carried out will lend to the sustainability of the project and the results achieved.


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