For the PaCE exhibition set at the “Foro Boario” (Modena, 8th-30th November, 2008) some educational activities were adaptable to different age groups, based on experiences long established in our Botanical Garden. All activities were based on the idea of a “trip”: the visitors make a trip in several European countries through the most representative plants and traditions related to them. The aims are to show the importance of plants in building an European identity and to improve the enhancement of the local identities across space/time changes of the relationship between man and plants. The activities proposed are based on the concept of “Europe portrayed through plants, with the hope that the roots of our past become the seeds of our future”.

Educational Activities proposed for tha trans-european exhibition "PaCE - Plants and Culture in the History of Europe" / Olmi, Linda; Bosi, Giovanna; Rinaldi, Rossella; Florenzano, Assunta; Buldrini, Fabrizio; Montecchi, Maria Chiara; Torri, Paola; MASSAMBA N'SIALA, Isabella. - STAMPA. - I:(2010), pp. 201-206. ((Intervento presentato al convegno New Trends in Science and Technology Education tenutosi a Modena nel 21-23 Aprile 2009.

Educational Activities proposed for tha trans-european exhibition "PaCE - Plants and Culture in the History of Europe"

OLMI, Linda;BOSI, Giovanna;RINALDI, ROSSELLA;FLORENZANO, Assunta;BULDRINI, Fabrizio;MONTECCHI, Maria Chiara;TORRI, Paola;MASSAMBA N'SIALA, Isabella
2010

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For the PaCE exhibition set at the “Foro Boario” (Modena, 8th-30th November, 2008) some educational activities were adaptable to different age groups, based on experiences long established in our Botanical Garden. All activities were based on the idea of a “trip”: the visitors make a trip in several European countries through the most representative plants and traditions related to them. The aims are to show the importance of plants in building an European identity and to improve the enhancement of the local identities across space/time changes of the relationship between man and plants. The activities proposed are based on the concept of “Europe portrayed through plants, with the hope that the roots of our past become the seeds of our future”.
New Trends in Science and Technology Education
Modena
21-23 Aprile 2009
I
201
206
Olmi, Linda; Bosi, Giovanna; Rinaldi, Rossella; Florenzano, Assunta; Buldrini, Fabrizio; Montecchi, Maria Chiara; Torri, Paola; MASSAMBA N'SIALA, Isabella
Educational Activities proposed for tha trans-european exhibition "PaCE - Plants and Culture in the History of Europe" / Olmi, Linda; Bosi, Giovanna; Rinaldi, Rossella; Florenzano, Assunta; Buldrini, Fabrizio; Montecchi, Maria Chiara; Torri, Paola; MASSAMBA N'SIALA, Isabella. - STAMPA. - I:(2010), pp. 201-206. ((Intervento presentato al convegno New Trends in Science and Technology Education tenutosi a Modena nel 21-23 Aprile 2009.
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