ERASMUS - CliCCHE - Climate Change, Cities, Communities and Equity in Health
Teachers Training Workshop
CliCCHE - Climate Change, Cities, Communities and Equity in Health
Date: June 16-17, 2022
Place: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture / Bul. Kralja Aleksandra 73/II, Belgrade
More about the CliCCHE project:
Teachers Training Workshop will be held at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture on June 16 and 17, 2022. The workshop is a training activity within ERASMUS + program (KA220-HED - Cooperation partnerships in higher education - Call 2021), the two-year international project CliCCHE - Climate Change, Cities, Communities and Equity in Health (n. 2021-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000032223). This project is a result of mutual efforts of partner institutions: Universita Degli Studi Di Camerino, Camerino, Marche, Italy (beneficiary - www.unicam.it), Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche, Roma, Italy (co-beneficiary - www.cnr.it), The Cyprus Institute, Lefkosia, Cyprus, (co-beneficiary - www.cyi.ac.cy), Instituto Universitario De Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal (co-beneficiary - www.iscte.pt) and University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (co-beneficiary and hosting institution of the workshop - www.bg.ac.rs/en/).
Associated cities: Valjevo, Nicosia, Lisboa and San Benedetto del Tronto
About CliCCHE project
CliCCHE aims at developing and testing newer non-formal learning/teaching experiences that aim to stimulate students’ motivation, enhance their engagement and amplify their contribution to generate a participative environment. Interactive data visualization modalities (virtual, mixed and augmented reality), public art and urban simulation game explorations will be used to generate new learning opportunities and let the students and citizens acquire transferable skills such as complex and multi-disciplinary thinking coming from the nexus between urban planning, human health, environment protection, climate change impact, and knowledge of participatory processes. To this aim, the CliCCHE educational methodology and tools will be developed seamlessly with the contribution and the involvement of representative groups of citizens, professionals and public administrations.