Gestion efficace de l'hétérogénéité des élèves, év..
Gestion efficace de l'hétérogénéité des élèves, évolution du processus d'évaluation, et développement de la citoyenneté européenne
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
Adam de Villiers secondary school is a 706 pupils school located in a semi-rural area in Saint Pierre , in the south of Reunion Island. Our pupils mainly come from under-priviledged families . The distance to Europe and its insularity are major drawbacks for the building of a European identity, and creates cultural isolation .
It is the first time our school has decided to apply for an Erasmus + program . This application is part of the school programme's new draft and we use this opportunity to integrate a European Development Plan which focuses on 2 main lines :
Topic N 1 : Management of class diversity and pupils'assessment . Indeed , our school welcomes more and more diverse pupils , hence the need for us to reflect upon our educational practises : What is the best way to assess pupils ?How can we use "assessment" to get the best from our pupils? We wish to open up to new and innovative practices and educative tools, thanks to trainings and visits to our European partners .
Topic N2 : Opening up to the International stage and development of European citizenship . For most of our creole-speakers pupils , being a European citizen is confusing and most of them never travel oustside the island . Thus, it seems an essential necessity to bring about a desire for mobility , the will to learn and use foreign languages and discover more about European countries . To do so , we will also put forward the possibilty to study in Europe and the working opportunities there . Experiencing Europe through virtual and real mobilities will allow them to better apprehend their European identity and will develop their sense of belonging to The European Union .
Ten of different types of school staff are part of the project (chief supervisor, educational assistant, teachers, headmasters) . Our goal is to drive innovation ,to reinforce cross-disciplinary projects and to give birth to long-term partnerships with European organizations .
Expected impacts :
-Better knowledge and understanding of European educative systems .
- Focus on cross-disciplinary projects
-Creation of new teaching methods to bridge the gaps between the different school subjects .
- Increase of pupils'motivation thanks to rewarding practises .
- Rise of pupils'motivation to learn foreign languages in order to pursue international studies .
-making the pupils truly aware of their European identity , via partnerships , virtual mobilities on the E-twinning platform
-Giving our school an international dimension and promoting our territory as a welcoming place for mobilities
-Development for the trainees of personal and professional skills .
To conclude, this projet is perfectly in keeping with the stratégic goals of our school. No doubt that it will improve the quality of our teaching in the service of pupils, and enhance the european dimension of our organisation.
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