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Welcome to e-ARTinED Learning Space


The e-ARTinED community portal offers a complete set of distance learning services by exploiting the Coursevo platform and supports the e-ARTinED Community of Practice.

It offers an expandable repository of didactic materials produced by the e-ARTinED project and constantly enriched by the community members. Furthermore, it provides access to the initial e-ARTinED training programme materials and support the community members with all necessary services to develop their own training crouses on integrating arts into school curricular subjects, share lesson plans and learning scenarios and participate in the available training courses.

If you want to join the community, please sign up.

e-ARTinED staff training event in the Ardennes in Belgium, at Domaine de Farnières, Vielsalm 7-12 July, 2017. The event was targeted to the staff of the partner organizations and to 5 artists of different countries invited by the partners with the aim to explore ways of integrating arts with school curricular subjects

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CRS394 - 0. Introduction
This is a brief introduction to the e-ARTinED training programme. Its baseline is that arts create a highly stimulating environment by employing materials, tools and strategies that increase sensory inputs. e-ARTinED aims at creating innov ...
CRS393 - 1. Music
Music is a fundamental channel of communication: it provides a means by which people can share emotions, intentions, and meanings. Music can exert powerful physical and behavioural effects, can produce deep and profound emotions within us, ...
CRS353 - 2. Dance
Dance is an essential part of human cultures, and as such, it can be used in schools as a learning tool. Dance is a good way to train both mind and body. It engages a creative ability to approach curricular subjects while simultaneously enh ...
CRS354 - 3. Visual Arts
Visual arts activities help students to understand and to express their world in a visual, tangible form. Chances to explore and investigate visual elements in their environment enable them to appreciate the nature of things and to focus th ...
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