MOVe on to dIgital & be EuropeanS (MOV.I.E.S.) addresses students and teachers of different subjects, coming from IT–MK –PT- RO –TR, to provide them a digital competence that will enable them to use effectively the ICT tools of XXI century society.
The project is built around activities belonging to 3 dimensions – cultural, educational and professional.
The cultural activities include researches conducted by students to find out differences and
similarities in each partner country. The aim is to strengthen readiness to fight prejudices and gather
around similarities: a more conscious European identity coming from 5 different cultures united in
The educational activities aim at improving teaching tools to align them with the needs of native
digital students allowing them to become more adaptable, flexible and versatile teaching them
fundamental democratic values such as tolerance, respect, acceptance and fighting together racism,
inequalities, xenophobia, homofobia.
Professionally, the activities cover the enhancement of digital skills and language competences
through the acquisition of technical abilities regarding the cinematic technique, movie-making in all
the different steps of a film creation: writing the screenplay, acting and shooting the scenes,
production and post production issues, photography and soundtrack.
The main objectives are:
– To develop practical skills related to film-making
– To enhance critical thinking skills and creativity
– To develop interpersonal and communication skills
– To let students actively approach social issues
– To recognize different cultural traits and analyze similarities and differences
– To improve digital competence and ICT skills
– To improve the level of English
The envisaged results are:
– improved ICT skills and digital competences of students related to video-making tools, applications, cinematic techniques
– enhanced problem-solving skills and communication
– increased awareness of the diversity and similarities of European countries
– more developed awareness of social issues and a more concrete involvement in community life
– improved language competence and communication skills
– improved group and team work abilities.
The methodological approaches are based on cooperative learning, team work and learning by
doing, by using and by interacting. All the activities are student-centred while the
teachers have a role of guides and mentors.