- Free access to a set of publications on how to make key competences operational, on innovative key competence acquisition and on criteria to assess the transversal key competence acquisition approach of cultural heritage education initiatives.
- Access to a number of good practice examples
- In-service training days in the partner countries and international Comenius courses
- The project website provides relevant material, news, useful contacts and networking opportunities.
- International Comenius courses
Through Aqueduct initial and in-service teacher trainers and students will be more aware of the potential of heritage education for the acquisition of transversal key competences. They will acquire new skills to accomplish these aims in this new context.
Teachers in schools will be better prepared and more inclined to include heritage activities as they will fit better into learning outcomes and the curriculum.
For heritage providers we expect a greater attention for the key competence acquisition potential of heritage and better cooperation with schools and teacher training organisations.