To know how to implement Dialogic Media Literacy Gatherings to combat disinformation in adult education and for educators to know how to counteract disinformation in the same area, this project is implementing a Toolkit including a methodology, a curriculum and a piloting course.
In this page you will have a chance to navigate our curriculum, which is developed from the content-specific dialogic media literacy program needed to tackle disinformation in adult education, including concrete activities with usable materials for implementation. Join us as we find ways to train vulnerable adults in competences needed for a critical and active digital citizenship participation.
Navigate our Curriculum
Our Curriculum Structure
The activities conducted within the framework of this project were based on two different methods: Interactive groups, and Dialogic gatherings. We have organised below, all the activities carried out during the pilot course, in three categories/ topics: Create a Google mail account/navigate in the Google platform, Learn how to search for information online and carry Dialogical Gatherings.
Our approach towards creating curricula that are aiming at personalized and dialogic learning paths had to be really flexible and personalised. Below we have structured an eclectic example based on the pilotings carried out by each of the piloting partners, Agora in Spain, GIE in Romania and VMCS in Italy
Our Curriculum Structure: Organised in three topics
The DesinfoEND example
When designing our curriculum we used important insights from the DigComp Framework of the European Commission. To tackle disinformation, it is important to know the Digital competences that are based on DigComp, which offers a tool to track each citizen’s digital competences and eventually proceed with an upskilling. It can be useful in several different situations and opportunities, both for personal and professional development.