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The importance of a transnational project

It is essential to carry out these types of projects thanks to the ERASMUS + call, in order to generate meeting spaces in the European framework.

CREANDO PUENTES incorporates town halls, schools, universities and NGOs and explores innovative tools to identify successful educational activities between European schools and museums, we expect more than 300 educational professionals to participate and exchange their experiences, reaching more than 1,500 children and their families.

The European project allows to train and network more than 100 collaborating artists, volunteers and students in higher education practices associated with the world of education (psychology, pedagogy, social education, sociology …). The project will improve the national methodologies of socio-educational intervention in museums, which will promote exchange and good practices.

For this, it seeks exchange spaces (training, experiences and materials), which allow the creation of models that last over time, beyond the experience or people who set it in motion.

In the general framework, this type of project wants to strengthen the democratic coexistence of those who, coming from different cultures, live in our cities, from the inclusion of all and all as participatory agents, to value the museum histoprio heritage.

It proposes the acquisition of new methodologies, which foster imagination, creativity and entrepreneurship to improve the perception of our European culture identity and share the shared heritage, together with living spaces, motivation for learning and the creation of citizenship European and the acquisition of skills to internalize the methodology and implement it from experimentation.

The project gathers the practices of each of the participating organizations, and combines and develops a European model of joint intervention that strengthens the European dimension and will allow the permanent implementation of successful educational keys that will last over time, so that they can be subsequently implemented in other European entities.