Mejorar para crecer en Europa
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
The project tries to give an answer to the training needs of a group of teachers at IES Candás High School, within a European context.
This training will focus on three objectives:
- Improving and consolidating the Bilingual Programme in English which has been taught at the High School for 10 years .
- Learning and experiencing new teaching strategies which will improve our student’s motivation and definitely, the quality of our lessons.
- Strengthening the European dimension of education by promoting connections with professionals and schools from different countries.
- The extensión of the implementation of ICT-tools in education.
These objectives will be dealt with through the participation of seven members of the staff in the following training activities :
- A refresher course in English in the UK for 2 weeks to 1 teacher of English.
- A course to improve English language proficiency for teachers of two weeks in UK: 1 teacher
- A course of one week on CLIL methodology in the Czech Republic: 1 teacher.
- A course in teaching methodology in France for one week: 2 teachers.
- A course of ICT applications inside and outside the classroom and new teaching methodologies in the UK for two weeks: 2 teachers.
The impact will be stated by enhancing the professional profile of the teachers who will participate in these courses and its effect on their students. Therefore, it will also reach the entire educational community thanks to the dissemination of the experiences acquired and subsequently worked in the classroom.
IIt also hopes to establish partnerships for future European educational projects aimed especially at students ( Erasmus + KA2 and eTwinning)
This first training project will surely be a highly enriching experience and a good starting point for future long-term activities . Moreover, the improvement in the skills of the students will be projected all along their educational and professional future stages.
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