STORYLINE

STORYtelling for (Language) Learning in an Interactive and Non-formal Environment, a 2-year project involving partners from Romania, Spain and Portugal

About

As a response to nowadays’ need to approach the existing gap between generations and social groups, which has been drastically affected by the COVID-19, this project aims at bringing youth and elders together as well as involving people with fewer opportunities through the implementation of interdisciplinary methodologies reaching various fields such as storytelling, language learning, non-formal education and the use of digitalized tools.

Project aim

 

To foster a cohesive and inclusive society through storytelling, digitalization and through an intergenerational and intercultural approach among youth.

Collaboration

 

Through this project, we aim to unite various organizations, institutions, stakeholders, journalists, teachers, youth workers, young people and experts in various fields, in order to celebrate together our heritage, to raise awareness on its history and on its future and to promote our cultures and our languages for the sake of youth. The project will work with the expertise of 8 organizations and with the creativity of young change-makers in order to establish innovate youth language learning and culture-discovery. The project will develop on a cross-sectorial cooperation that will take action on more fields: storytelling, language-learning, creativity, youth work, non formal education and cultural heritage.

The products of the project consist of 63 stories available on a StorytellingHUB and an eBook for language learners. The best 12 stories will be transformed into virtual reality “escape rooms.” The game will be called “EscapeStory Sphere” and will be an interactive language-learning game which promotes heritage and storytelling as ways to learn about languages and cultures. The game will be available free and online, and can be used with or without VR glasses, by using a laptop, phone or tablet.
The stories will be selected, edited and adapted to different levels of reading material for young learners (beginner, intermediate and advanced). The youth will also be involved in the editing and translating process of adapting the stories. The material will be collected by HEI and PHOART and will be organized into the StorytellingHUB (a platform for language learning, and an eBook).

The eBook will also comprise good practices in language learning as developed during the youth workers’ trainings. Therefore, the youths are encouraged to get to know better the elder and the disadvantaged communities of their cities and to give visibility to their past by turning their stories into language learning material for other European youngsters.

Trainings

Digital Storytelling for Social Inclusion

Training of Youth Workers

Hosting organization: Didark. Didáctica S.L., in Madrid, Spain.

 
Digital Storytelling in Youth Work
Training of Youth Workers

Hosting organization: Cofac Cooperativa de Formacao e Animacao Cultural Crl, in Lisbon, Portugal.

 
Digital Non-Formal Language 
Learning Methodology

Hosting organization: House of Education and Inovation (HEI), in Constanta, Romania.

 

Partners

House of Education and Innovation (HEI)

House of Education and Innovation was created as an initiative to increase the quality of life in the society and to stimulate the potential of the individual as well as of the communities.

Our main aim is to raise awareness on the role that creativity has in a society and to apply new, innovative methods and tools that will help the individual and the local, national and international community to develop and improve.

Phoart Media Production

With a background in film studies and with confidence in the idea that a picture counts a 1000 words, Phoart Media Production combines creativity and art, both successfully and responsibly.

The company aims to offer unique-integrated services for the creation of videos, photographic production but also graphic design, web design and offline production.

Universidad de Granada

The Faculty of Education Sciences of Granada is a university teaching centre, belonging to the University of Granada, dedicated to teaching and researching studies related to didactics, pedagogy and education.

Cofac Cooperativa de Formação e Animação Cultural

COFAC is a non-profit cooperative, responsible for the management of Lusófona University, recognised by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education in 1998, and is the largest private university in Portugal, integrating 10 higher education institutions in Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Guinea Bissau.

Didark. Didáctica de Arte y Arqueología

Didark is an entity dedicated to the dissemination of culture in all its extension, with the main objective of offering a series of cultural services. Our intention is to disseminate and promote historical, artistic and cultural heritage at all levels of society, with a didactic, playful and participatory methodology.

Project 2020-2-RO01-KA205-080819 STORYLINE Funded by the Romanian National Agency of the Erasmus+ Programme

Start date: 01-11-2020
End date: 31-10-2022

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