MOISSON - Mobilités d'observation intercatégorielle des systèmes scolaires pour l'ouverture et la nouveauté
Start date: 01 Jun 2016,
End date: 31 May 2017
MOISSON is a mobility project for the Nice Academy (education district)for the different staff categoriesFrom Education senior executives, to regional inspectors and district inspectors, teachers adisors, school principals, teachers (primary and secondary levels), social workers, school nurses and doctors, maintenance personnel and reception staff. Study visits will be conducted in six European countries- Germany (Bavaria), Austria (Styria), Denmark (City of Høje-Taastrup), Spain (Canary Islands), Italy (Sicily) and the United Kingdom (Scotland) during school year 2016-2017.Participants include :- managerial staff in the education system, education inspectors and teachers advisors from the regional education offices (Rectorat de Nice and Direction départementale des services de l’Education nationale of the two districts Alpes Maritimes and Var).- school principals, teachers from primary an secondary junior schools, social workers, nurses and doctors, cleaning and reception staff from two paired primary and junior schools in the two areas (Alpes Maritimes and Var). Each junior school is associated with a primary school from its district. These two groups of paired schools : primary-junior schools enroll children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. The third junior school enrolls students in international classes and bilingual education.Mobilities aim to :- promote a European identity and an opening to European cultures in the Nice académie.- Enable to discover and share various pedagogical approaches and practices, organizational and managerial procedures, and innovative teaching and work practices, to support the current reforms in the French education system- ongoing reform of junior schools and developing the link between primary schools (6-10 year-old pupils) and junior schools (11-15 year-old pupils).Mobilities will focus on three themes :- interdisciplinary teaching and assessment of students’ achievements.- individualized schooling and support and assistance for students- school climate and student retention and graduation.Follow-up work :- synopses and conclusions resulting from the study visits will lead to presentations of the joined observations from the various and complementary education staff members involved in the project. Proposals of training programmes for teachers and staff members based on the observations are also planned.
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