Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
The “EuroZucc” project aims to improve the educational offer of the institute equipping teachers and staff with a higher level professional profile in their specific fields.
The project runs for two years and involves the mobility of 5 English teachers and 9 of other subjects for a total of 14 teachers partecipating to four different kind of courses that have to be taken that differ in the argument:
- CLIL, for teachers of contents oriented to CLIL methodologies
- Basic Language Courses, for teachers of contents oriented to CLIL
- Advanced Language Courses and/or social/cultural aspects of the English world, for teachers of foreign languages
- Technologies, Methodological Innovations Courses, for any kind of teacher.
To guarantee (or impose) the maximum exposition possible to the foreign language it is required that all staff members attend the period of international mobility either alone or with just another staff member. For the same reason each course should be 2 weeks long.
The management authorized the most of the international mobility during the school year. To reduce any unease to the students, in collaboration with the staff, the management will consider if necessary to find a substitute and guarantee a flexibility in office hours.
For the teachers to enter the project a selection phase is required based on merit, experience. Those who are selected will be required to report with a precise on-line document all the activities that took place during the project (both in preparation and during the period of mobility). They are also required to be available for staff briefings about the project.
There is no current European database for the courses that will take place for those selected, for this reason some IT teachers and students will create a beta version of a website to evaluate the courses in Italian. This website might later be used for a new European project and made accessible to other Italian institutes.
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