Stories of Tomorrow (or STORIES) was a research and development project funded by the European Commission, involving 15 project partners from 10 countries. The duration of the project was 30 months, starting in January 2017.

Specifically designed for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teachers, STORIES proposed to introduce creative approaches in STEM education, using the concept of digital storytelling and an inquiry-based learning approach to enable students to generate highly imaginative possibilities to support their deeper learning in STEM.

STORIES designed and tested a new vision for teaching, helping to develop strategies for how teachers’ roles and conditions can support and enable deeper learning for students.

The project included the use of innovative and meaningful digital technologies, such as advanced interfaces, learning analytics, visualization dashboards and Augmented/Virtual reality applications and built a storytelling platform where students developed and published stories about a Mars Mission.

NUCLIO was the Portuguese partner of this project.

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