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INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE SLOVENE
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM:
EXAMPLES OF GOOD PRACTICES FROM A SLOVENE
KINDERGARTEN AND...
Article 4 of the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural
Heritage (UNESCO, 1972) …
…“the identific...
Slovene UNESCO ASP
(Associated Schools Project) network
►war in Yugoslavia (1991, 1992 …)
►member since 1993
►Ciril Kosmač...
UNESCO Youth Plaform of Slovenia
► http://unesco-mladi.si
► 2012: Institute Ypsilon, Slovene National
Commitee for UNESCO
...
Heritage in Young Hands – Youth Adopting Monuments
►International Year of Cultural Heritage
(2002)
►joined by kindergarten...
Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (UNESCO, 2003)…
►protection, respect and raising aware...
National projects and activities in UNESCO schools in Slovenia
►mixture of themes
►locally and regionally specific element...
Subproject Stone by Stone – kindergarten Mornarček from Piran
►project: Our Place – His Cultural and Natural Heritage → su...
Project Reviving Dolenjska customs through the seasons of the
year – Šmihel Primary School
►project: Reviving Dolenjska cu...
Slovene Coordinator for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural
Heritage
Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Metelkova 2, 1000 L...
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Slovenia – Education: Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Slovene education system: Examples of good practices from a Slovene kindergarten and primary school

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SESSION 2
Eighth Annual Meeting of the South East European Experts Network
on Intangible Cultural Heritage
15-16 May 2014. Limassol, Cyprus
Author: Anja Jerin, Representative of the Slovene Coordinator for the protection of the ICH (Slovene Ethnographic Museum)
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Slovenia – Education: Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Slovene education system: Examples of good practices from a Slovene kindergarten and primary school

  1. 1. INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE IN THE SLOVENE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: EXAMPLES OF GOOD PRACTICES FROM A SLOVENE KINDERGARTEN AND PRIMARY SCHOOL Anja Jerin anja.jerin@etno-muzej.si Slovene Ethnographic Museum Coordinator for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Limassol, Cyprus 16. 5. 2014
  2. 2. Article 4 of the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (UNESCO, 1972) … …“the identification, protection, conservation, presentation and transmission to future generations of the cultural and natural heritage situated on its territory”…
  3. 3. Slovene UNESCO ASP (Associated Schools Project) network ►war in Yugoslavia (1991, 1992 …) ►member since 1993 ►Ciril Kosmač Primary School in Piran ►10 centers → 82 institutions → 4 levels ►National Coordinator of the Slovene ASP network ►http://www.unesco-sole.si
  4. 4. UNESCO Youth Plaform of Slovenia ► http://unesco-mladi.si ► 2012: Institute Ypsilon, Slovene National Commitee for UNESCO ►connecting, informing, educating ►4 components → UNESCO event → youth newsletter → UNESCO heralds → international activities
  5. 5. Heritage in Young Hands – Youth Adopting Monuments ►International Year of Cultural Heritage (2002) ►joined by kindergartens, primary schools and secundary schools ► Conclusions: → people must know a monument → they must be proud of it → its preservation must be linked to it use ►59 institutions → 67 monuments ►2013: publication
  6. 6. Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (UNESCO, 2003)… ►protection, respect and raising awareness of the importance of the ICH ►registration of ICH (National Registers of ICH) ►cooperation between the communities, individuals ►UNESCO schools in Slovenia → national projects and activities → ICH
  7. 7. National projects and activities in UNESCO schools in Slovenia ►mixture of themes ►locally and regionally specific elements of ICH ►especially oral traditions and expressions, social practices, rituals and festive events, traditional craftmanship ►external collaborators → meetings, workshops, presentations ►research assignments of ICH ► final event → exhibition, publication
  8. 8. Subproject Stone by Stone – kindergarten Mornarček from Piran ►project: Our Place – His Cultural and Natural Heritage → subproject: Stone to stone ►bearer of the subproject: kindergarten Mornarček, Piran (children aged 3 – 6 years) ►stone heritage of the local environment ►games, research and creativity ►booklet: Sailor’s trip through time
  9. 9. Project Reviving Dolenjska customs through the seasons of the year – Šmihel Primary School ►project: Reviving Dolenjska customs through the seasons ►bearer of the project: Šmihel Primary School, Novo mesto (1st to the 5th grade) ► reading and creative project: → 1st grade: importance of bread throught time (games, dances, songs, fairy tales) → exhibition → 2nd grade: handicrafts → exhibition → 3rd grade: meaning of bread ovens, home meat preparing (“koline”) → 4th grade: shrovetide customs, hayracks → 5th grade: wine growing in Slovenia, working customs → final event, exhibition
  10. 10. Slovene Coordinator for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Slovene Ethnographic Museum Metelkova 2, 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia Nena Židov, Ph.D. (nena.zidov@etno-muzej.si) Mag. Adela Pukl (adela.pukl@etno-muzej.si) Anja Jerin (anja.jerin@etno-muzej.si) www: http://www.nesnovnadediscina.si ► Slovene ASP network: http://www.unesco-sole.si ► UNESCO Youth Platform: http://unesco-mladi.si ►Slovene National Committee for UNESCO: http://www.unesco.si

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