“Tell your story: self-expression as approach in media literacy”

It is Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project for five partners from Poland, Malta, Estonia, France and Italy.

The aims of the project are to develop during 22 months initiatives addressing spheres of adult education and exchanges of experience and best practices in storytelling. By this partners will contribute to the objectives of the Erasmus+ Programme and enhance the professional development of educators working in the field of adult education. For the purpose to fulfilling these objectives, the project team will sustain the creation of flexible learning pathways in line with learners' needs. Partners also reinforce network, increase capacity to operate at transnational level, share ideas, best practices and methods. Project coordinator is Fundacja CREATOR from Poland.

Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project objectives are:

- to collect existing best practices in Europe and in the world in storytelling;

- to test and edit existing and new tools in adult education during project training courses and workshops;

- to multiply education tools during the local activities in partners countries;

- to train on local level adult learners, to give them opportunity to be heard, attractive and more visible in local community and on labour market.

The storytelling approach in education for adults is targeted through non-formal learning methods, learning by doing, which aim at enhancing experiences and competences of staff members of partners organisations, adult learners and other stakeholders.

More than 100 staff members and adult learners from partners countries will be directly involved in the project and more than 1000 indirectly during dissemination activities.

Four international meetings in Poland, France, Estonia and Italy and one training course in Malta in combination with local activities will be complementary for exchange of best practices and learning from each other.

Project will foster intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding and particularly during dissemination activities when partners will organise project presentations and video CVs and stories they created during the project. Partners will disseminate at the highest possible level the knowledge acquired from this project in their organisations and countries, on regional, European and international levels.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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