Animation series: Teaching and Learning with Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia and the Pacific
Living heritage is all around us. Bringing living heritage to school teaching will enhance education quality, enliven the experiences of students and teachers, and contribute to keeping this heritage alive for current and future generations. Whoever you are — teacher, school director, student, parent, heritage practitioner — you have a vital role to play in this process. Check out this animation series to learn more!
Episode 1: What is teaching with living heritage in schools?
Episode 2: Why is it important to teach with intangible cultural heritage?
Episode 3: I'm a teacher. How can I integrate living heritage elements in my lessons?
Episode 4: I'm a parent/community member. How can I help our school organize teaching with living heritage?
Episode 5: I'm a school manager. How can I help teachers organize teaching with living heritage?
Episode 6: I'm a student. What can I do to keep my heritage alive?
Produced in UNESCO-ICHCAP-APCEIU partnership, with additional support from Chengdu Culture and Tourism Development Group L.L.C.
Content development: Vanessa Achilles, Duong Bich Hanh
Coordination: Hangying Li
Production: GotU Agency https://gotu.agency/, produced by Nathalie Barbé.
Contributors: Kyungah Bang, Khyam Bahadur Bishwokarma, Ritu Dikshit, Sheleg Geva, Alexander Golub, Makara Hong, Aigul Khalafova, Min Jung Kim, Montakarn Suvanatap Kittipaisalsilp, Mark Manns, Majer Massanov, Ichiro Miyazawa, Weonmo Park, Neerana Shakya, Nilesh Sharma, Milin Singthalamake, Nipuna Shrestha, Pavin Unakul, Viktoriya Zakharova, International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region (IRCI), Yujuan (Lareina) Li, Yunmo Li (Intern), Yining Zhang, Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO