Cooperation and Inclusion
Start date: 15 Jul 2016,
End date: 14 Jul 2018
The purpose of the project "The school for everybody" is to promote the educational success for our students living in a disadvantaged socio cultural and economic context. The aim is to reinforce their, rather low, basic skills, through the use of a more inclusive educational method that is able to increase the motivation and involve them in their learning process.To do this we need to train the teachers for meeting the educational needs of the students that live in disadvantaged families and are not adequately stimulated to learn.For this reason we are planning 16 mobilities teacher training and three types of courses:-special needs and inclusive learning-Clil methodology-use of creative technologies Two members of our staff will be involved in job shadowing experiences in order to observe the reality of other European Schools and sharing moments with the teachers and coordinators about methodology and organizationThe Teachers participating are:- 4 primary school teachers who have done a Ministerial course (300 hours) on learning and teaching English level A2-B1 with the knowledge of the CLIL methodology - 7 teachers of nursery-primary- junior high school who are interested in new strategies and teaching methods to motivate and improve their students learning- 5 teachers who want to increase ICT skills and develop new teaching strategies based on tech tools- 1 teacher who is interested in having a job shadowing experience to exchange and observe other schools and to improve the quality of teaching- 1 headteacher who wants to attend a course about the role and the responsibilities of school management, the curriculum, the improvement and evaluation of the school and interact with teachers and managers of other European schools. To prepare and train the teachers we have:-set up of the Erasmus plus commission - made a survey about the Euro project, about the needs of the school , and about the number of teachers available to participate- made an analysis about the needs of teachers / pupils- planned a problem tree- made a swot analysis- selected the teachers- chosen the training coursesAfter the training programme, the teachers will share the experience and the strategies learned with the other colleagues of the school and will activate specific curricular and extracurricular workshops in order to increase the learning motivation of the students and achieve their educational success. They will also commit themselves in training programs with the full school staff and will follow them in tutoring actions. These laboratory activities using inclusive strategies will be used by 50% of the teachers and by the most of the school time (at least 2/3 ) and of course in extracurricular activities. Students will be more involved and active in their learning process and will so increase their basic skills.Expected results:- The inclusive education increased by 30% in two years- Performance of the students improved especially in L1 and L2 (10% in two years)- Motivation increased and active involvement of 80% of pupils in two years- Reducing early school leaving -Improvement of language skills- Formation of European citizens and greater development of the socio-cultural skillsAfter the project teachers will continue to use the best practices in education and will implement several actions to increase the European dimension of our School like:- e-twinning projects with other schools known during the mobility Erasmus plus programme- skype links with these school - strategic partnerships activation KA2 to know other realities and share with them basic educational topics in the formation of the European citizenTo do this it is necessary to increase the language skills in English and develop the communicative-relational and technological aspects of the whole school community.
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