PROGRAM OF HUMAN ECOLOGY
(The primitive cultures in the current prehistoric and ethnic context)
This one is the most complete, interdisciplinary and suitable program for every kind of class and school (with appropriately simplified path for infants).
IN THE CLASSROOM OR AT THE “CAMPUS”: optional introductory lesson on prehistory, evolution and selection principles, paleoanthropology and ethnology, the processes of homination that led from Habilis to “Sapiens”, the birth of technology (Choppers and Amigdale), paleo nutrition, language and the first forms of art.
Laboratory of clay or primitive arts or weaving of plant essences or milling cereals and bread making.
Only at the “Campus”: fire-ignition workshop and learning the principles of rhythm through the use of ethnic musical instruments.
AT THE “CAMPUS”: Role-playing games, perception and simulation with observation of the environment and its resources.
Motor, brachiation and balance practices aimed at the recovery and development of motor skills (Tibetan bridges, rope passes, tree climbing, labyrinths, etc.). Discovery and overcome fears and phobias. Shooting practice with ancient jet weapons (javelin, bow, etc.). Fire ignition techniques with elementary tools. Treatment, cooking of foods and paleolithic boiling methods. Cooking of the pots made (then donated to students).
“Base” module: a 7-hour meeting at the “Campus” (practical and interactive only).
Cost: € 10 per student (free for teachers).
(Minimum per class € 200, regardless the number of participants).
“Extended” module: a 7-hour meeting at the “Campus” (theoretical – cognitive and practical, with interactive workshop).
Cost: € 12 per student (free for teachers).
(Minimum per class € 240, regardless the number of participants).
“Complete” module: two meetings.
One of 2 hours at the applicant school (theoretical – cognitive with laboratory).
One of 7 hours at the “Campus” (practical – interactive).
Cost: € 14 per student (free for teachers).
(Minimum per class € 250, regardless the number of participants).

 

PAYMENT
Costs shown are exclusive of VAT (22%). We will produce the invoice at the end of the experience.
TIMETABLES
– At the “Campus”: Start of activities at 9.00 am – 9.30 pm. End of activity from 4.00pm to 4.30pm.
– On the Extended Module at the Campus, 1-2 hours of in-depth study of cognitive aspects and laboratories;
4-5 hours of recreational and educational activities (9.00-9.30 / 16.00-16.30).
– In the classroom: two-hour meeting, for introductory class and workshop-show, time to be agreed.
CALENDAR
– At the “Campus”: from September to November and from February to June
– In the classroom: from September to May.
WEATHER
Thanks to the shelter structures installed at the “Campus”, the activities are all flexible even in case of rain and they are partially replaceable with alternative indoor laboratories. In case of exceptionally bad weather conditions it is possible, at least 48 hours before, to postpone the meeting to another date, to be defined in agreement with the organization.
DIDACTIC MATERIALS AND LABORATORIES
The Teachers of each class will receive free handouts useful to deepen and continue independently the acquired knowledge and raw materials for the laboratories (clay, vegetable fibers, cereals). Food for experimental cooking is organized by the organization, packed lunch should be brought by participants. Other teaching or souvenir materials can be purchased at the Campus.
CONDUCTION
Graduate professors in Anthropology and Movement Sciences, Instructors and Animators FISSS (Italian Federation of Survival). An instructor-animator available for each class.
Different classes: up to 7 classes (140 pupils) in operating sectors distinct within the area.
RESERVATIONS
Schools can request information and book the selected modules by phone and the dates of the activities from Monday to Friday (phone 0039 0118196157 / +39 393 860 9020 from 9 to 17).
A written confirmation by fax or mail should follow – fax 0039011-8196157
E-Mail: info@salgaricampus.it.
TRANSPORTATION
The Campus is equipped with car parking but is unusable for large buses; however, these may park nearby after leaving the classrooms in front of the pedestrian entrance in Corso Chieri n. 60 (bus stop 30).
Other buses: n.61 (with stop in Piazza Marco Aurelio 600 meters from the Campus).