The consortium will develop an evaluation grid to evaluate smart methods in digital storytelling.

This will build on work of the previous Digital Natives Erasmus project as well as explore other storytelling practices.

This knowledge will be used to develop a cross-sectoral curriculum with varied learning modules for different groups of learners. The modules will reflect skills and competences such as:

  • Digital Literacy - the ability to communicate with an ever-expanding community to discuss issues, gather information, and seek help
  • Global Literacy - the capacity to read, interpret, respond, and contextualize messages from a global perspective
  • Visual Literacy - the ability to understand, produce, and communicate through visual images
  • Technology Literacy - the ability to use computers and other technology to improve learning, productivity, and performance
  • Information or Media Literacy - the ability to find, evaluate and synthesize information.

This curriculum will be multimodule and target  at Higher, Adult and Vocational educators. It will be designed through two interactive 5 day labs to be held in Denmark and Spain and brought together at a synthesis event in Berlin.

Learning from the project will result in a series of policy recommendations which can be used as a way to implement digital storytelling as method for teaching 21st century digital literacy.