Del enfoque AICLE al banco de recursos.
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
Our project is named "From CLIL approach to resource bank" and responds to a number of identified needs, such as: the development of the approach of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), ensuring the effectiveness and significance for students; the implementation of active learning methodologies to prioritize the role of students as creators of their own learning and promote the acquisition of basic competences; and integrating ICT in teaching foreign languages. Not forgetting provide the important value of promoting equal gender opportunities.
These needs have their logic within the Quality Plan in which we are immersed and future Bilingual Plan that we will receive. We think the best way to enhance teacher professional profile is betting on lifelong learning, innovation and educational excellence of teachers.
With this objective, three activities arise in the form of structured training for three teachers from our institution involved in projects and with a high level of English to ensure optimum use of the courses. They constitute short stays in different English-speaking countries of the European Union, where CLIL works from three perspectives; a) global, b) with an impact on inquiry-based methodologies, and c) ICT integration. Through these activities, aimed at going into selected areas, we will aim to achieve results concerning: a) improvement of pedagogical methodology, b) improvement of English level, and c) strengthen the school internationalization and the European dimension .
Through a strategic plan for dissemination, we intend to integrate contents worked progressively in our school, through the creation of a resource bank to include the knowledge, we will get to our students, and communicating to the educational community and the school network of the Andalusian Association of Centres of Social Economy, to which we belong, using audiovisual presentations, press releases and professional articles.
In the long term, we believe that the creation of networks with other European schools with similar approaches, new projects for multilateral partnerships that promote visits to exchange good practices, and engage youth associations that can make their own European projects, are shown as priorities for the future.
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