CAPACITARTE is a training project in which IYMF is partner for professionals in the artistic-pedagogical world that allows them to extend and develop their skills in non-formal methodologies active from art, creativity and culture. These professionals of the artistic-pedagogical world in non-formal methodologies through Art will revert their learning in directive teams, teachers and AMPAS of education centers located in priority attention areas.
We would like to share good practices from our partner countries!
As part of the CapacitArte project, on September 5th, a Formation Action “Video in time of confinement” was promoted at the National Center of Culture. The purpose of this training was to train participants to produce video content for educational purposes and in the context of confinement or similar. The training took into account the equipment that we can have in our homes, the free digital tools and the basic languages of editing.
The trainer was the Local Coordinator of MUS-E Leiria, Rui Amado, an expert in this field, besides being a professional musician, song writer and producer with edited works in the market; member of the Banda da Catraia group; musical animator at Jardim do Fraldinhas, kindergarten/school and first private cycle in Leiria; mentor and teacher in the Tradiscola project, whose objective is to teach traditional Portuguese instruments and music.
Artists and local coordinators involved in the CapacitArte Project and MUS-E Portugal were present at the training.
Different Theatre and Music activities sent to us by our partners in Hungary, within the Erasmus + ‘CapacitArte’ Project. Works by Andor Timar, Krisztina Filep, and Sándor Bányai.
Within the Erasmus + ‘CapacitArte’ project, we would like to share a work of the German team. A work carried out by T. Fromelt, R. Karlocai and O. Dayan.
This is a workshop on Theatre, Movement and Cooperation: it is almost an hour with the complete workshop, different dynamics and activities, introduction and outcome of the workshop.
Workshop, directed by Rosa Maria Oria, which has taken place within the framework of the Erasmus + ‘Capacit-Arte’ Project.
This workshop aims to bring a little more some proposals for non-formal education to future teachers.
Objective: more than 80 adult students from the Primary Education Teacher Training. All of them have reached the age of majority. They are in their first year, taking a first term subject called ‘Tutoring and Family Education’.
Most young people are not aware of non-formal methodologies of action, and what they can bring to the classrooms, since they are usually conditioned by the form of formal education that they have been given regularly, and they find it difficult to understand this proposal, which unites and mixes tasks for teachers and artists by joining dynamic methodology of intervention from art in the classroom.
University students participate in this workshop in groups, established by the university professor, in order to work more actively.