PESEs – Digital Stories to Promote Environmental Sustainability Education in Schools

PESEs – Digital Stories to Promote Environmental Sustainability Education in Schools
Project number: 2021-1-ES01-KA220-SCH-000027755
Implementation period: 01.11.2021 – 31.10.2023
Assistance program: Erasmus+

Project description

The project Digital Storytelling on Climate Change and Sharing Economy, short DISSE, aims at reconsidering the concepts of ‘property’ and ‘sharing’ across Europe in order to regulate and tone down the impact of the climate change. Inclusion and diversity; environment, work against climate change and digital conversion approach are the DISSE principal pillars. In recent years the so-called ‘sharing economy’ has grown all over the world both as a cultural and social phenomenon.

Target groups:

  • Schoolteachers, student teachers and teacher trainers whose professional profiles will be upgraded and strengthened through their involvement in developing innovative teaching material and methods.
  • Adult learners as beneficiaries of teachers applying new teaching methods and fostering skills such as collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and open-mindedness to new ideas.
  • Teacher training institutions, Ministries of Education, regional school authorities as stakeholders to exploit the results to the project.

Project results

DISSE will generate results in accordance with four main project phases: The four phases are called: Fundamentals, Competence, Use and Exploitation.

The 1st phase mainly deals with preparing the conceptual and methodological basis of the project and will be concerned with the discursive establishment of the conceptual framework and building and intensifying networks. The 2nd phase mainly deals with building up competences within and around the target group, project staff and the closer network. The 3rd phase focusses on testing and using the DISSE framework in Classroom Workshops. The 4th phase focusses on extensive exploitation activities.

  • R1: Best Practices on Sharing Stories
  • R2: Digital Storytelling Classrooms Toolkit


Wise Academy (Sweden)

Archivio della Memoria (Italy)

European Learning Centre (Spain)



Associazione Progetto Mediterranea (Italy)


Project website: TBA

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.