The project aims to provide a digital platform for teachers, parents and pupils that integrates sustainable development educational goals, participatory learning and digital storytelling for a holistic and democratic approach in education through blended learning.
By combining a sustainable education pedagogical method with participatory learning methods (including design thinking) and digital storytelling, Digital Destiny will develop a new pedagogical approach, based on the Competence Framework of Competences for Democratic Culture, that is suitable for a blended learning approach for young learners.
In addition, Digital Destiny will offer professional development training materials and education tools to be used to support blended learning environments for children 6-12 years old.
The project is coordinated by North Consulting from Iceland and includes, together with the Timisoara Intercultural Institute, partners from Belgium (DJAPO and Mediawijs, Flemish Knowledge Center for Digital and Media Literacy) and Greece (University of West Macedonia). The project started in March 2021, it has a duration of two years and it is funded by the European Commission through the ERASMUS + program.
More details about the project are available at www.digitaldestiny.eu.