Sharing Landscapes

Grampus is a partner in the “Sharing Landscapes” Project, which is a Grundtvig Multilateral funded project. The project aims to create an interdisciplinary methodology on teaching outdoors for adult learners. The Sharing Landscapes project focuses on language and landscapes; in an urban, rural, local and global context. It aims to developing skills in spatial literacy, enabling adult learners to “read” the “grammar” of the outdoors, from cultural, historical, aesthetic and environmental starting points. This is to encourage a higher order of critical thinking skills, such as questioning, analysing and evaluating information. The methodology addresses individual learning styles, recognizing the needs and expectations of the learners. To find out more, visit the website or see the facebook page.