Διαχείριση διαπολιτισμικών προγραμμάτων ανταλλαγής στην Ευρώπη
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
Through the knowledge and the project management skills acquired during the training courses, intercultural competence and cross-curricular learning style were implemented inProject background :
With the changes not only in the greek society and in the greek educational system, but also in Europe, the requirements in our school were more demanding. Our school had to prepare our students for Europe and cultivate the european idea in them. That is why the teachers‘ intercultural and project management skills had to be significantly improved.
Intercultural skills are a multidisciplinary competence and an essential part of a Europe open school.
The skills had been achieved in intercultural training courses and project management training courses . Important for us is that our teachers attended the courses together with their colleagues from other countries. In this way the cross-cultural learning did not only take place during the training course period, but also during the whole seminar time. In addition, our teachers had the opportunity to intensively meet potential project partners and plan school exchanges ,e- twinning or job shadowing projects with them.
Improvement of teachers' intercultural skills and project management skills.
Number and profile of participants;
The 5 participating teachers should:
- be willing to attend training courses abroad.
- have sufficient foreign language skills.
- be willing to spread the European idea to colleagues and students.
- be willing to integrate the European idea in teaching.
Description of measures:
Participation in intercultural project management training courses
Methodology for project implementation: lessons.
Description of the expected results and the potential long-term benefits:
The seminar experience boosted the motivation for intercultural learning and intercultural cooperation and the whole European project experience the school was more effective in our school.
The training gave the opportunity to our teachers to promote the idea for more European projects to our teaching staff and to use the project work as a means of expanding the students‘ intercultural, language and social skills.
By expanding these skills, our students will be better equipped in the future for the demands of the European challenge.
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