Each landscape has its own “sound imprints” that connote and contribute to the creation of local identity and giving voice to these perceptions means to trigger paths of reflection and listening education. [DFA Educational Resource]
On the basis of the project’s assumptions, a publication has been produced that collects a possible educational approach to sound landscape education. The contribution is addressed to teachers and parents who want to put listening education at the centre.
You can request the booklet in the Contact section of the project page. Teachers who intend to work on these topics next year can ask for an accompaniment in listening education.