Cultural heritage defines who we are and strengthens our sense of belonging to a common European family. We all belong to a peaceful community of more than 500 million citizens with rich histories and interwoven cultures. (Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport)
We are delighted to announce that the eTwinning book “Learning from the past, designing our future: Europe's cultural heritage through eTwinning” is now available in 27 languages. Click here to download the eTwinning book and discover a variety of resources and concrete ideas for class activities on the topic, as well as activities outside the school community. eTwinning projects demonstrate that cultural heritage can offer many educational and participatory opportunities for children and young people.
The eTwinning book “Learning from the past, designing our future: Europe’s cultural heritage through eTwinning” is a gift to the teachers who always consider cultural heritage as a way to introduce history into the classroom in an engaging way, without realising that it can be a way to read our present and equip ourselves for the future.