Teachers, kids and students (at all ages) can be highly motivated at working around Expo Milano 2015. The issues are challenging and also involving the whole planet, and, at the same time, our everyday life.
Issues however are difficult in their details and not part of the standard background available at school. Furthermore not all the teachers had a previous experience about what digital storytelling is about, especially when a full group of students must be involved.
In order to help teachers, kids and students, we created a set of resources:
- More than 300 pages derived from interviews with world renown experts
- More than 1,000 suggestions about possible educational activities somehow related to Expo Milano 2015
- Online courses (Massive Open Online Courses) about Expo Milano 2015 issues and Digital Storytelling
- Online communities, where teachers can meet other teachers, discuss ideas, receive comments, find colleagues to work with.
Some of the resources are open to all; others are reserved for those enrolling in the courses; a few are reserved to those participating to PoliCulturaEXPOMilano2015 competition.
Access the resources and utilize them: they are intended for you