• Fact sheet

    NameFUTOR – Fostering Futures Thinking in Europe’s Outermost Regions with the help of Digital Art
    Program: ERASMUS +

  • About the project

    FUTOR delivered a combination of digital and physical activities, designed to address the COVID-19 situation. The collection of “baseline” imagery, footage and description took place in the physical word, giving the students the much needed physical activity that can be conducted in very small groups or even individually – as the pandemic situation allowed. Focusing on the immediate surroundings, documenting the state of the natural environment (or other phenomena such as the state of an object of interest or the community/society at large) in the immediate neighbourhood does not necessitate long travels. This individual work was then followed by group interaction and discussion, but through digital means and social media interacting with a large group of co-workers and team members.

    The immediate impact of the project was two-fold:

    • FUTOR empowered secondary school teachers with new pedagogical methods, tools and instruments contributing to the important life-long learning ambitions of this stakeholder group,
    • FUTOR empowered students and young people with the power of systemic futures thinking expressed as digital art, contributing to the improvement of digital literacy of this stakeholder group.
  • Our role in the project

    LPRC led the following tasks:

    1. Developing the digital infrastructure of FUTOR
    2. Organising and host online events (e.g. teachers’ seminar, tutorials, Q&As)
    3. Recruitment of participan
  • More information

    For more information please contact Ariadna Ortega at ariadna.ortega_at_lapalmacentre.eu.