Odjel za etnologiju i antropologiju

Naslov: Digital inclusion

Program odobrila: Erasmus +, KA2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, KA226 - Partnerships for Digital Education Readiness

Trajanje programa: 2021-2023

Voditelji: Christa Markom (Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna); Wolfgang Kraus (Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna); Jelena Tošić (Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna)

Education is a powerful tool for building inclusive and pluralistic democratic societies. Democratic principles, including i.a. gender and racial equality, freedom of speech and religion, equality and acceptance of different sexual orientations do not come naturally. They need to be taught. Further, different scholars have demonstrated how experiences of discrimination and exclusion negatively affect students’ performance at school, if not their motivation to attend school in the first place. Considering these challenges in European Societies the project’s general aim is to enhance the quality of teaching to support the creation of inclusive schools that will provide young people with the necessary skills to participate in the democratic life and global knowledge.

The idea of DIGITclue is to provide teachers with the skills, knowledge and tools to deploy ICT-based interactive and e-learning technologies for inclusive teaching. The project will link the latest research findings on inclusive pedagogies, ICT-based learning tools and transcultural education to develop software applications for teacher education. One core and innovative aspect of the project consists in ensuring the inclusion of teachers with special needs, multilingual teachers or hard-to-reach teachers who work in remote and marginalized areas, in every step of the development and delivery of educational material. One of the key elements in improving the quality, social outcomes and efficiency of schools is to give stronger support to teachers and school leaders. Teachers play a pivotal role in communicating knowledge and shared values and in giving support to pupils with a vulnerable socio-economic background. Enabling teachers to cope with these challenging tasks, requires strategic investment in effective school leadership and a teaching profession based on excellent initial education, teamwork, and career-long professional development. The project will build on recent insights of socio-anthropological studies of education, to equip prospective teachers with methods to teach inclusively and tools for promoting awareness on (in)equality along various axes of social difference. A handbook, Application Software for Pre/In-service Training and a Website will enable teachers to sustainably create more inclusive learning environments and address students’ specific needs. Future and practising teachers will be equipped with the skills to deliver classes using ICT-based learning tools that can facilitate a shift in students’ learning approach by enabling the move from teacher-centred to student-centred learning. However, to be truly useful educational technologies need to be grounded in pedagogical frameworks that guide their application and teachers need to be equipped with the necessary pedagogical knowledge and skills. DIGITclue will provide a HUB, which is a homepage/online knowledge platform comprising the core digital/technical outputs of the project for each target group (pre/in-service teachers and university trainers/staff). It will comprise a Pre- and In-Service Teacher Education tool in Digital Inclusion: a Blended Learning Platform and an Application Software for Smartphones and Tablets. Furthermore, a Train the Trainer (University Staff) Module and Manual on Digital Inclusion will be developed and made accessible via the DIGITclue HUB. University staff will be trained in a Learning Training and Teaching Activity to apply and teach the Application Software and didactic tools developed. The project will build on recent insights of educational anthropological studies of education (www.transca.net), to equip prospective teachers with methods to teach inclusively and use tools for promoting awareness on (in)equality along various axes of social difference. To ensure that tools are sustainable and relevant to the needs of educational staff, practicing teachers, teacher educators and students will participate in the development of the didactic tools. Efficient collaboration within the team is guaranteed through personal meetings and regular online meetings. In addition, LTTA meetings will take place to ensure dissemination and exchange beyond the project team. The project will comprise: a team of experts in educational organization and technology, human-computer interaction, e-learning and knowledge cooperation with new media from the DIU Dresden; 3 experts in educational anthropology from the University of Zadar and Vienna; but also 4 pedagogues and specialists in the field of Teacher Education from Croatia and Austria. The team is complemented by: critical friends from the University College for Teacher Education in Vienna; an expert of the University of Tirana in pedagogical approaches of inclusive teaching and learning and in pedagogical usage of digital tools; and by colleagues from the University of Vienna, dealing with participatory design and human-computer interaction in education.

Suradnici sa Sveučilišta u Zadru: Danijela Birt Katić (Odjel za etnologiju i antropologiju), Jadranka Brkić-Vejmelka (Odjel za nastavničke studije u Gospiću), Ines Cvitković-Kalanjoš (Odjel za nastavničke studije u Gospiću)

Partneri i suradnici izvan UNIZD: Thomas Köhler DIU Dresden International University

 


 

Naslov: Glazbena baština Zadra u 19. stoljeću

Program odobrilo: Sveučilište u Zadru, Odjel za izobrazbu učitelja i odgojitelja

Trajanje programa: 2009. - 2019. 

Voditelj: prof. dr. sc. Robert Bacalja

Umjetnički voditelj: maestro Edo Mičić


Sažetak: Projekt Glazbena baština Zadra u 19. stoljeću Odjela za izobrazbu učitelja i odgojitelja (Sveučilište u Zadru), započeo je 2009., a za cilj je imao prezentaciju zadarskoga skladateljskog kruga 19. stoljeća i revalorizaciju iznimno bogate glazbene građe nastale i sačuvane na zadarskom području. Nositelj projekta bio je prof. dr. sc. Robert Bacalja, a umjetnički voditelj maestro Edo Mičić. Kao rezultat projekta ostvareno je niz koncerata s djelima zadarskih skladatelja koji su se ujedno bili snimani.

Projekt se 2019. godine nastavio i to prvenstveno u smislu izdavanja nosača zvuka s djelima zadarskih skladatelja 19. stoljeća ali i onih koji su dijelom svoj opus realizirali u Zadru: Donata Fabijanića, Franza von Suppea, Franje Sabalića, Nikole Strmića, Giovannia Cigale, Girolama Alesania, Luigia Garbata, Giovannia Salghetti-Driollia,Luigia Basinella i Marka Battagela. U realizaciji projekta sudjelovali su stručnjaci iz područja povijesti glazbe, filologije, glazbene reprodukcije, ali i nekoliko orkestara, vokalni solisti te zbor. Umjetnički voditelj projekta i dalje je bio maestro Edo Mičić, a voditelj cjelokupnog projekta  prof. dr. sc. Robert Bacalja. U završnom dijelu projekta, u kreiranju teksta o zadarskoj glazbenoj prošlosti te glazbenicima i njihovim djelima, sudjelovala je i muzikologinja doc. sc. Katica Ćenan Burić.

Sudionici: prof. dr. sc. Robert Bacalja, maestro Edo Mičić, doc. dr. sc. Katica Burić Ćenan; i brojni glazbenici, producenti, snimatelji

 


 

Naslov: Predstavljanje i popularizacija etnologije i antropologije u srednjim školama

Program odobrilo: Ministarstvo znanosti i obrazovanja Republike Hrvatske

Trajanje programa: 2018. 

Voditelj: dr. sc. Danijela Birt Katić


Sažetak: U sklopu programa Predstavljanje i popularizacija etnologije i antropologije u srednjim školama predstavljen je Odjel za etnologiju i antropologiju Sveučilišta u Zadru, koji je ujedno i nositelj projekta. Predstavljanja su održana u Srednjoškolskom centru Knez Branimir u Benkovcu, Školi primijenjene umjetnosti i dizajna u Zadru, Prirodoslovno grafičkoj školi u Zadru, Gimnaziji Bjelovar, Ekonomskoj i birotehničkoj školi u Bjelovaru, Gimnaziji Petra Preradovića u Virovitici te Srednjoškolskom centru u Obrovcu.


Sudionici: Jelena Kuspjak, asist., dipl. ethn. Marin Tokić te studenti preddiplomskog i diplomskog studija: Magadalena Đurasek, Ines Hrovat, Dora Palajsa, Dora Valčić i Aleksandar Tomaš. 

 

 


 

Naslov: Kudin most - izrada elaborata za zaštitu kulturnog krajolika

Program odobrilo: Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske

Trajanje programa: 2018. 

Voditelj: doc. dr. sc. Mario Katić


Sažetak: Namjera je ovog programa na osnovu terenskih rekognosciranja i analize prikupljene građe izraditi krajobraznu osnovu i konzervatorski elaborat za zaštitu područja između rijeka Zrmanje i Krupe kao cjelinu kulturnog krajolika.
Sudionici: Mario Katić, voditelj (Sveučilište u Zadru), Jadran Kale (Sveučilište u Zadru), Lena Mirošević (Sveučilište u Zadru), Ante Blaće (Sveučilište u Zadru), Mato Ilkić (Sveučilište u Zadru), Marina Jurjević (Pučko otvoreno učilište Obrovac), Marin Ćurković (Zavičajni muzej Benkovac) i Matija Dronjić (Etnografski muzej Zagreb).

Poveznica: STUDIJA ZAŠTITE KARAKTERA KRAJOLIKA KANJONA RIJEKE KRUPE

 


 

Naslov: Mirila Zadarske županije: nematerijalna kulturna baština

Program odobrilo: Ministarstvo kulture Republike Hrvatske

Trajanje programa: 2014. i 2015. 


Sažetak: Odjel za etnologiju i antropologiju bio je nositelj programa Ministarstva kulture Republike Hrvatske pod naslovom Mirila Zadarske županije: nematerijalna kulturna baština na području Zadarske županije. Program se ostvario u suradnji sa Zavičajnim muzejom Benkovac, POU Zavičajni muzej Obrovac i Konzervatorskim odjelom Ministarstva kulture u Zadru. Riječ je o programu koji za cilj ima evidentirati lokalitete mirila te u razgovoru s lokalnim stanovništvom zabilježiti znanje i sjećanja na praksu gradnje mirila.