Digital Storytelling Tools for Adult Educators - DST

“Digital Storytelling Tools for Adult Educators” - DST is Erasmus+ strategic partnership project (2019-1-PL01-KA204-065676) which started on 1.09.2019 and will finish on 31.07.2021.

The primary goal of this project is to allow partner organisations to exchange good practices and reinforce EU networks for teaching/learning ICT process. The adult educators and staffmembers will enhance the capacity to work at the transnational level, sharing ideas, improving knowledge about practices and methods.

The project partners are organisations involved in the adult education. The partners came from Poland, Estonia, France, Italy and Spain.

Project activities are planned with the aim to prepare education and training of professionals for equity, diversity and inclusion challenges in the learning environment using DST method as a motivation strategy and involve adult learners to the digital era. Partners planned to organise three transnational project meetings: kick-off meeting in Poland, mid-term in Spain a final meeting in France, also one short-term joint staff training event in Italy with focus on digital storytelling method and digital tool skills improvement. The training activities are designed to motivate and encourage participants to learn and test DST method in their classrooms. The participants will be trained to teach low-qualified adults/ seniors including immigrants.

During the project activities development, the additional educational experiences, workshops and some cultural related activities are planned in order to reach further impacts, not only digital capability and awareness.

The following results are expected:

- Data sources and digital stories created by adult learners.
- Virtual exhibition of digital stories made by training course participants.
- Educator’s toolkit and good practices.
- Promotional materials.

The project will involve actively relevant stakeholders of local communities and associated partners in the world of adult digital education. They will be involved in local activities and will bring their experiences in storytelling method implementation.

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This document has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of the project partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.

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