LEARNING MODULEs: How to tell a (life) story and Media production skills

Erasmus+ KA2 School consortium of partners:Piaget-Diaz high school (IT), Replay Network (IT), Pistes Solidaires (FR), Mundus (ES), die Berater (AT), Eurogeo (BE)
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The two learning modules have been combined in a single booklet, which is organized and divided into five main parts: • the methodology of personal stories through Digital Story Mapping; • the overview of the workshop experience in terms of approach and structure, accompanied by the outline of the four learning phases; - the learning objectives, looking at the identified competencies to be developed through the workshop and contextualizing them into the frame of the work on Digital Story Mapping applied to Early School Leaving; • the self-assessment, providing a format specifically designed around the identified learning objectives of the workshop and explaining how the outcomes of the self-assessment can be a resource for both the learners and the facilitators, providing additional support in order to better understand how to design the workshop experience; • the outline of all the learning materials for the face-to-face sessions which have been selected in order to respond and address the identified learning objectives, divided according to the content and purpose of each specific learning session. The selection of the learning materials is based on a non-formal educational context, centered on the participants and their personal willingness to engage in a reality-oriented task with a real and tangible outcome. The complete collection of tools to fight Early School Leaving realized by My Story Map project are available at www.mystorymap.eu
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