EU-orientierte Impulse der Schulprogrammentwicklun..
EU-orientierte Impulse der Schulprogrammentwicklung
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
Rosenhöhe Comprehensive School Bielefeld, is an urban co-educational school consisting of four classes in each form, which offers all secondary school qualifications and the A-level. It is located on the outskirts of the city of Bielefeld (320,000 inhabitants) .Within the context of internal differentiation pupils of all learning abilities are taught. Since the school year 2013/14 pupils of assessed special educational needs (inclusion school) - starting with form5 - are taught at our school. The school profile is characterized by a variety of activities (including intensive monitoring of the students in choosing a career orientation), which is shown in the school programme. This is to be extended towards EU orientation. An important step is the Job shadowing. In accordance with a measure lasting one week, our team should be possible to elicit the possibilities for our students of having work experiences in foreign countries. Therefore jobshadowing is supporting contacting companies and organizations that are willing to facilitate these work experiences. Some contacts were almost established by Werner Johanning who did jobshadowing in autumn 2014. The second focus of the work is the examination of the current state of the inclusion debate in Malta. The Jobshadowing is mainly carried out at the schools and the "Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology" ( MCAST) as well as in companies. With help of the coordinators in Malta , contact to individual schools will be established and a visit at inclusion classes will be carried out. If possible first arrangements for a strategic partnership with our school can be established. Our team member Christine Spiller organizes work experiences and is experienced in the conceptual development of projects and proactive in new developments. Supported by another team member she also provides the guarantee that the implementation in the concept of career guidance and our school programme is realized by working groups. In the job shadowing the foreign world is confronted with our own reality through participant observation. The results obtained allow our school a long-term benefit in our school program work and cause a modified EU orientation, which connects the aims of our school with those of an EU school. Collaboration with institutions on Malta will give us a fresh impetus for the quality assurance of our educational activities. Students’ work experiences in Malta open up new perspectives on the career choices of our students.
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