The advanced didactic program is meant to provide an overview on the state of the art of the main technologies and implementation models aimed at preserving, safeguarding and valorizing NRGs. The program consists of three modules, each of which is dedicated to one of the three main macro-areas of intervention in the NRGs sector defined by UNESCO, namely “Cultural Heritage”, “Natural Heritage” and “Mixed Cultural and Natural Heritage”. Each module deals with six selected state-of-the-art technologies, policies and implementation models aimed at preserving the respective type of Heritage. In order to balance well the scopes of action of these intervention tools, each module presents two selected tools for each of the three dimensions of sustainable development. As a consequence of this approach, the contents of the teaching modules have been clustered in the structure that is presented in the sub-sections, together with a brief description of each intervention tool, accessible by clicking on the hyperlinks at the bottom of this page. The Advanced program is also aimed at stimulating an integrated vision in the end users that can ultimately make them able to associate different types of cross-sectoral approaches that synergically contribute to sustainable valorization of NRGs. In order to facilitate this type of impact on the end users, the approaches and technologies presented in the didactic program have been organized in an interactive database, associated with a pilot app. The pilot app is designed to provide teachers and trainer with an agile tool to make students and trainees perform simple simulations of integrated territorial planning by selecting different types of actions aimed at sustainably managing different types of NRGs.
Each module consists of three items.
- A didactic handbook aimed at providing teachers and trainers with information useful to introduce, present and possibly deepen the contents of didactic presentations to the students. This document is organized accordingly to a format of lesson planning that allows teachers to easily add notes on concepts that they want to stress and highlight during the lessons, write some key messages that they consider useful to transmit to students, draft examples useful to better explain the concepts introduced in the corresponding part of the didactic handbook.
- A didactic presentation consisting of a set of slides designed to present the main contents of the module to the students.
- A dedicated set of questionnaires developed according the ECVET criteria implemented in the pilot app in order to assess the students’ understanding of the main contents of the module.
Module 1: Technologies and implementation models for the conservation and sustainable management of Cultural HeritageLearn more
Module 2: Technologies and implementation models for the conservation and sustainable management of Natural CapitalLearn more
Module 3: Technologies and implementation models for sustainable conservation and management of integrated naturalistic-cultural complex systemsLearn more