Inclusion Processes through Participatory Photography and Digital Narratives (LS-PT-304)

The promotion of tools and methods based on digital forms of expression as a means for including and bringing together people with diverse cultural backgrounds can be centred on participatory photography and digital narratives. The main goal of this learning scenario is to explore an inclusive approach with participatory photography and digital narratives.

Implementation

Session 1: Key concepts & faces of migration

  • Presenting the main idea of the activity;
  • Visual brainstorming;
  • Homework: Faces of migration;
  • Ley concepts related to the topic (participatory photography and digital narratives);
  • Students organized in groups.

Session 2: Challenge – Picture treasure hunt

Based on the activity “IncludeUs”, done during an Erasmus+ project about migrant’s inclusion in Portugal, students accomplish the Challenge – Picture treasure hunt. The results will be uploaded through Padlet.

Session 3: Challenge – Feelings

Based on the activity “IncludeUs”, done during an Erasmus+ project about migrant’s inclusion in Portugal, students accomplish the Challenge – Feelings. The results will be uploaded through Lino.

Session 4: Faces of migration homework & Challenge – The Story Behind My Last Picture

The students will present the results of the proposed homework “Faces of Migration”. The results will be uploaded through Lino.

Based on the activity “IncludeUs”, done during an Erasmus+ project about migrant’s inclusion in Portugal, students accomplish the Challenge – The Story Behind My Last Picture. The results will be uploaded through Lino.

Session 5: A photographic exhibition

Students print the photos and organize a photographic exhibition to be presented to the public (school hall).

They did a final moment of reflection:

Photo wall with the work created during the LS implementation

The aims of these lessons have been fulfilled. The groups were very pleased with this learning scenario, expressing an interest in trying new scenarios with Europeana.

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CC BY-NC-SA 4.0: the featured image used to illustrate this article has been found on Europeana Collections and provided by UCD School of History and Archives.

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