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Erwerb von Projektmanagementkompetenzen zum Aufbau von internationalen europäischen Austauschprojekten am Gymnasium Mellendorf
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Project background: Against the backdrop of the changing regional labour market towards a European labour market, our students should be made more familiar with the European idea in order to prepare them better for the European labour market. Therefore, we urgently need the necessary project management skills and intercultural skills to carry out such projects at our school. Our school should not only know the idea of Europe, but also live it. Therefore, it is very helpful that the encounters with people from other European countries can be used directly as initial contacts whom you can initiate projects such as student exchanges, e-twinning, etc. with. Project objectives: Acquisition of comprehensive skills for planning, implementation and evaluation of international European projects and acquisition of intercultural competences. Number and profile of participants: The four participating young teachers are willing to participate in the project in other European countries. They have very good foreign language skills in order to communicate with participants from other countries on the project. It is their desire to carry the idea of a united Europe from the project to the school and to convey it to the students but also to the teaching staff. The lessons at our school will profit to a great deal. The participants have experienced intercultural benefits from projects such as Erasmus during their time of study themselves and want to enable their students to do the same. Unfortunately, they are lacking the project management skills to do so. Description of measures: Participation in intercultural project management training courses. Methodology for project implementation: The encounter with participants from different European countries and the participation in the seminar enhances the acquisition of intercultural competences, so that they can be implemented later in the lessons. With the acquisition of the respective project management skills, European projects are to be institutionalized at our school with a long-term focus. Description of the expected results, effects and potential long-term benefits: The participation in the seminar and the resulting experiences will motivate the participants to initiate European projects at their school and also to inspire students and teaching staff for it. Wor-king on European projects should be organised efficiently at our school, so that every teacher sees himself/ herself in a position to initiate such projects. Our students should get the opportunity to expand their intercultural, language and social skills. Furthermore, they are supposed to have better chances in the European labour market by the extension of their competences.
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