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Why is it important to integrate storytelling and digital storymapping in educational processes?


Digital storytelling is a creative way to communicate stories, experiences or ideas using the potential of the tools offered by the web. This type of narrative is built by putting together various elements that can be combined such as video, audio, text, images, maps. Well-told stories are very powerful artefacts.


In our experience, early school leaving can be prevented enhancing communication and digital skills among the youngsters.


What has been done so far?


The multimedia stories and maps the young early school-leavers have produced are available in an online exhibition on Tell Your Story’s website.


Each partner organisation engaged a group of early school leavers in the creation of multimedia stories and maps. It has been launched on 11th July 2018, the online exhibition in each partner countries.





Check out the Storymaps they have produced!


Moreover, all partners have worked on the results and recommendations to use and share Tell Your Story’s methodologies will be part of the publication called Preventing early school leaving through maps and digital stories. This publication is a key output to ensure that the experiences gained in the project will be widely visible, transferred and applied, available soon in English, Dutch, French, Italian, German and Slovenian.


Upcoming Events


In October and November 2018, conferences in each partner country will be help to present the results of the project to teachers, educators, youth workers, decision-makers and everyone interested in the topic.


The event will target in the larger context of VET/ School and non-formal education and training responses to the issue of early school leavers. We foresee the event to be split in two main sessions:

  • round table on the topic
  • exchanges and experiences in smaller groups the afternoon.

Stay tuned to know the date of the event in your country!


The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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