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Internationalisierung und Mobilität sowie Verbesserung der Fähigkeiten zur pädagogischen IKT-Nutzung für fächerübergreifenden bilingualen Unterricht
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The Erasmus-Grasser-Grammar School Munich is a growing school with a proportion of pupils with migration background of 30%. The planned development and modernization of the current school to a campus is going to increase the number of pupils with migration background. The participation of one teacher from the EGG English Department in a 2-week advanced training course "ALM - Advanced Language & Methodology - English teacher refresher course" in Oxford is aiming at freshing-up, consolidating and developing his language skills with regard to language usage, methodology and didactics. The first phase of the project will henceforth be concentrating on the methodology and didactics in the classroom on the current state of research. The participant's authentic experiences, the manyfold materials and the latest methods in language teaching, like the usage of modern media in the classroom, are going to make a great contribution to the atmosphere, motivation and success in language acquisition at our school. The contact to other teachers will also prove a well of inspiration for both sides. Our participant will pass on his newly gained experiences and information from the course to his colleagues and student teachers in internal trainings such as SCHILF. Thereby we assure that conditions for the improvement of the quality of language teaching and competencies in methodology and didactics will be spread. This will raise our pupils' communicative skills as well as their motivation in learning a language but also their acceptance of each other. The international culture and character of our school will be enriched, particularly by contacts with schools abroad. The project is furthermore aiming at the revival of bilingual classes at the EGG, the improvement of existing student exchanges and, at best, the establishment of new student exchanges to schools in other countries. In the long run, this is to be supported by eTwinning. Our colleague was selected on the basis of his international experience, his subjects that are predestinated for bilingual teaching, as well as his abilities to organize and conduct SCHILF courses. It is intended to have more colleagues take part in upcoming training courses to ensure the project.
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