The project lessons learned help schools and teachers to anticipate possible roadblocks, obstacles and resistance, and offers recommendations on how to tackle such problems. All learned lessons are described in the pathway where participants had possiblity to choose it‘s presentation methods & formants (e-portfolio, blog, video).
Not only did we use open discussions, but we also used an anonymous form of expression of pupils’ opinions in the form of testimonials on the topic: “Why am I engaged/not engaged in Politics?” Role – playing example: What kind of political party would you form yourself?
What would your political party stand for?
In the project, we created a guide with tips for students on what storytelling means and how this method can be used to express opinions and describe reality. Below link to story-telling examples prepared and conducted with students.
Our partners from Pasvalio Levens pagrindine mokykla (Lithuania) and Institut de Vilafant (Spain) used digital storytelling and presented a detailed pathway of game-changer implemented activities. Our project partners – PALTON M.E.P.E. (Greece) and Elazig Egitimcilik Tic.ve San. (Turkey) students and joined Spain-Lithuanian teams created videos.
Moreover, the project partner from Osnovna sola Staneta Zagarja Lipnica (Slovenia) created a blog and in this way ensures the sustainability of the project results.
You may find out the project’s main information and outcomes here: The Game Changers’ key elements.
Furthermore, the project activities were disseminated through the presentation of the project at national events, the dissemination of the message in schools and local communities, and the implementation of the project activities.