Cultural Heritage DemoMap presentation to the schools – 28th November

The students of class 4A of the Liceo “Marcantonio Flaminio” in Vittorio Veneto (TV – Italy) presented their work on the geolocalized map of the Cultural Heritage educational path.

On November 28 at 10:00 a.m., students gathered in the “Malesia” hall of the Esapolis museum in Padua, to present their research findings to their peers from other schools. They showcased the outcomes of the course the Italian students are currently taking part in.
The map, which was created using ArcGIS online, serves as a demonstration and will be a part of the larger “European Silk Route” map. This comprehensive virtual itinerary features all of the maps created by the schools participating in the project across various European partner countries. The student’s map can be enriched by interviews, texts, documents, and media edited by the school groups after the field research phase.

Here the video of the streaming presentation in the Italian original language.

On the same afternoon, the Esapolis Museum opened its doors to guest and students, offering free guided tours as part of the commemorations celebrating the centenary of the laying of the first stone of the new headquarters of the Experiment Sericulture Station of Padova.
The Sericulture Laboratory of the Research Centre of Agriculture and Environment of CREA organised engaging educational workshops for kids. These workshop took place in a dedicated Museum room where children had the opportunity to create decorations using cocoons and closely observe silkworms at various stages of growth.

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