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Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT
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Big Foot Conference Presentations. Big Foot Activities in Gubbio, IT

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Detailed presentation of the Big Foot project activities in Gubbio, Italy

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  • 1. 1www.bigfoot-project.eu Title of the Presentation Sub-title Description of the area, Community Consultation & Intergenerational Experiments Moira Sannipoli, Gubbio Municipality VIC Final Conference Big Foot 4th June 2013 CROSSING GENERATIONS, CROSSING MOUNTAINS Gubbio Municipality
  • 2. www.bigfoot-project.eu -Nature: 525 km2 of mountains areas in the Alto Chiascio Mountain Community surrounded by several protected areas, including the Natura 2000 -Culture and History -Handicrafts (ceramics, iron made work) -Folklore and traditions (Corsa dei Ceri, The Medieval Crossbow) - Gastronomy Gubbio (about 32000 inhabitants) in the green heart of the green heart of Italy- Umbria region Gubbio Municipality features
  • 3. www.bigfoot-project.eu - Difficult access to the area and isolation - Depopulation and migration of the younger generation - Aging of the population (low birth & low mortality rate, and higher general life expectancy) - High unemployment rate among women and youngsters and exit from the labor market of people from 45 years with low education level due to the financial and economic crisis - Low level of collaboration among the different actors (high competition among the actors which lead them from ages to defend the own relations) Gubbio Municipality features
  • 4. www.bigfoot-project.eu Threats Opportunities -Lack of opportunities of encounter and dialogue and solidarity among the generations -Low recognition of the importance of Cultural Heritage for the socio- economic development -Low interest and consciousness of Cultural Heritage from the younger generations -Valorisation of the Intangible and tangible cultural Heritage inserted in a wider conception of the local community and the specific competences -Using the Intergenerational approach as a tool for new business opportunities opening / networking among the existing ones, exchanging competences for revitalisation of the Cultural Heritage Gubbio and Intergenerational Learning
  • 5. www.bigfoot-project.eu CCRR- Gubbio Municipality Youngsters Council Community Consultation Youth associations 8 classes of Secondary Schools
  • 6. www.bigfoot-project.eu ANSPI Madonna del Prato Centro Sociale S. Pietro Community Consultation Proloco Branca Elderly University Association in Semonte
  • 7. www.bigfoot-project.eu THE YOUNGERS The ELDERLY The Council of Youngsters (the CCRR) 7 classes of Secondary Schools O.Nelli and Secondary School of Mastro Giorgio -2°G The youth of the local association ANSPI Madonna del Prato and Proloco Branca Youngsters with mental illness of the Webradio The Elderly Center of Gubbio (Centro Sociale S. Pietro) University of the Elderly (Università della Terza età) The Association of the Christmas Tree The Crossbow Association The elderly participants of the local association ANSPI of Madonna del Prato and ProlocoBranca Immigrant women from Morocco and Ukraine all the grandparents of the students The “Big Foot Society”
  • 8. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Interventions: Intergenerational Cooking Classes 40 elderly as teachers of 35 young masterchefs
  • 9. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Interventions: Discovering the Folklore and their messengers Christmas tree tradition The CrossBow
  • 10. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Interventions: Culture and Intangible Heritage in the dailylife The cooking was taken as a basis to share the elderly personal stories and thus the community traditions and history. This allowed the youngsters to reflect on the Intangible Heritage Participants: Elderly University, Local Public Library and the Secondary Schools M. Giorgio The story behind each festivity and traditional recipe has become and audio book, read by the elderly adults and youngsters with mental illness
  • 11. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Interventions:Cibo e Parole The elderly taught the youngsters how to cook sustainably (diminishing the leftovers & re- using them) and the intergenerational group together thought of recipes of “recupero” The students were encouraged to "replicate" it in their families by interviewing their grandparents, cooking together and video-documenting it. The students then watched all the videos in class, sharing experiences and reflecting on the importance of their grandparents’ knowledge. They were then uploaded on Big Foot Project 2013 youtube channel
  • 12. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Interventions: The Youngsters in exchange At the end of each cooking session, the young participants taught ICT competencies to the “cooks on duty”. The elderly took photos of their younger learning partners” and learned to upload the pictures on the computer and post them on Facebook A course on information and Communication Technology was organized for the Students of the "University of the Elderly"
  • 13. www.bigfoot-project.eu Gubbio Final Product: Digital Guidebook on the Intangible Heritage It is unique in Gubbio, made by the “Big Foot citizens”. It is the expression of a participative process, of knowledge sharing among the members, and of discovering the value of traditions for the sustainable development
  • 14. www.bigfoot-project.eu  Big Foot offered a clear opportunity to transform the elderly in a source of economic and social development, giving back a role in the community (Truffle event and the “Bee Happy avventura Summer 2013” initiative)  Big Foot increased the interest and consciousness of the Cultural Heritage from the younger generations and made the community aware on the importance to guarantee the transmission to the future generations  Created occasion for dialogue among generations and created structured initiatives of sharing of activities, thus the Intergenerational Learning is now seen in Gubbio as a system not as an informal experience in a family environment Main Results
  • 15. www.bigfoot-project.eu  Thanks to the Big Foot project, it was activated a network among different associations at local level, that never collaborated together before. This is a chance for building a strongstrong civil society governancegovernance  Thanks to the Big Foot project, the Elderly association “open their doors” to schools and to other association which surely increased the social cohesion  The Gubbio Municipality is already planning to replicate it organisaing Intergenerational Interventions in the Council Flats for Elderly to maintain them active Main Results
  • 16. www.bigfoot-project.eu  Big Foot project increased the involvement of disadvantaged citizens as the immigrant women and youngsters with mental illness thus increasing the Community Social Cohesion  Sustainability Issues were covered: Food waste, Local products and organic markets, Locally and regionally grown food, reduce the products with C02, respect for the environment, water consumption  Sense of belonging to the Community increased after all participated to the production of the Digital Guidebook of the Intangible Heritage of Gubbio Main Results
  • 17. www.bigfoot-project.eu Participant Feedback Sheet For each Interventions session Cibo and Parole: 6 classes of average 23 students for three sessions; Intangible Heritage: 14 students for 4 sessions; Intergenerational Cooking Classes (CCRR and Centro S. Pietro): average 13 young students for 7 Sessions; Cooking session in Branca: 11 young for 2 sessions; Cooking session in Madonna del Prato: 10 young for 2 sessions; ICT Course: 7 beneficiaries (Young and Elderly) per 4 sessions User Self Administered Questionnaires (SAQ) Mid term and Final term. We found some reluctance from the Elderly to answer to those questions Intergenerational Cooking Classes (CCRR and Centro S. Pietro): average 13 young students Mid and Final ICT Course: 7 beneficiaries (Young and Elderly) per 4 sessions Cooking session in Branca: Mid and Final Cooking session in Madonna del Prato: Mid and Final Initial Validation Tools
  • 18. www.bigfoot-project.eu Key Informant Interview Schedule (Mid and Final) Video Interview to the Secondary School O. Nelli involved in “Cibo and Parole”; Key Informant interview to: 1. Directors of the Schools involved in the experimentation; 2. the CCRR responsible; 3. the president of the Elderly University; 4. the Centro San Pietro director; 5. the president of the Association in Branca and 6. Of Madonna del Prato 7. Comunità Montana Alto Chiascio 8. Web Radio User Focus Group Guidelines Mid and Final Focus group: Mid Term- Sabrina, Roul from Municipality of Gubbio Final - Sabrina, Raoul and Moira Initial Validation Tools
  • 19. www.bigfoot-project.eu Key Informant Interview Schedule (Mid and Final) Video Interview to the Secondary School O. Nelli involved in “Cibo and Parole”; Key Informant interview to: 1. Directors of the Schools involved in the experimentation; 2. the CCRR responsible; 3. the president of the Elderly University; 4. the Centro San Pietro director; 5. the president of the Association in Branca and 6. Of Madonna del Prato 7. Comunità Montana Alto Chiascio 8. Web Radio User Focus Group Guidelines Mid and Final Focus group: Mid Term- Sabrina, Roul from Municipality of Gubbio Final - Sabrina, Raoul and Moira Initial Validation Results
  • 20. www.bigfoot-project.eu Main Findings and feedbacks Among all the interviewed beneficiaires the overall satisfaction was between good and very good At the question “what have you learned they answered”: - “Learning that once food was not wasted as today”; - “I learnt how good is to work in team. I learnt that talking to each other is better than talking on facebook”; -“The old traditions are disappearing and it is nice to recover them. How my grandpartents lived and how important is to hear from them”. -“I have a lot to learn from the youngsters, not only the ICTs, but the desire to live giving the right importance to the things happening in life.” Key Informant: -the responsible of CCRR“In my experience, none of the past projects have had such success. We will re-propose it after the end of Big Foot” -- “Big Foot puts allowed the youngsters to look at the elders differently and to approach their grandpartents and learn from them in an original way”
  • 21. www.bigfoot-project.eu Exchange of Experiences with the “Big Foot Greeks” Celebrate the Success: Saturday 1 st June They all asked us to replicate it as they really liked it and it was so much fun!
  • 22. www.bigfoot-project.eu And have a good summer..if it will ever start

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