PLURILINGÜISMO Y EMPLEABILIDAD EN LA DIMENSIÓN EUR..
PLURILINGÜISMO Y EMPLEABILIDAD EN LA DIMENSIÓN EUROPEA DE LA EDUCACIÓN
Start date: Jul 1, 2016,
End date: Jun 30, 2018
The Project will be carried out by the IES MONASTIL. Ours is a secondary school which has been developing plurilingual education together with an openess towards Europe for more than a decade. Our extensive experience in different European programmes and the implementation of some experimental schemes (CLIL / Portfolio...) speaks for itself. The purpose of this project is to contribute to a better understanding and interaction between European secondary education institutions and educational communities for the gradual harmonization and standardization of their curricula and teaching methods. At the same time our teachers will have a means of improving their profesional skills which will enable them to carry out all this enrichment to the classroom to form free, multilingual, tolerant, responsible and competent citizens who will be able to share their vital experience with other European students. There are six teachers participating in the project. Four of them are directly involved in the school plurilingual programme in which the subjects of Art, Technology and Physical Education are taught in English. These teachers continue to recycle in foreign languages, German and French, and participate in their implementation at school, one being the coordinator of the European Language Portfolio as a tool for self-learning and self-evaluation and the Europas as a tool for European mobility to develop language proficiency of students learning to learn and facilitating their entry into any European company.In addition, two of the participants are members of the management team (Headmaster and and Secretary/administrator) and have been facilitators, dynamizers and participants in the previous European partnerships our school has taken part in. Our Erasmus+ Commission has undertaken the setting up of the project and the specification of the activities that will take place in the following two years. 1. Drafting of a program with long-term objectives.2. Selecting the participants according to the intended objectives.2. Preparing the participants on language, cultural and practical issues.3. Monitoring information and meetings with participants.4. Controlling and doing a follow-up of the activities planned internally and communicating with destination institutions (in the case of job shadowing).5. Holding informative sessions: presentation of results to the school management team.6. Supervising dissemination activities of presentation by participants in the different sectors: students, teachers and families.7. Communicating results to the educational authorities and reporting in the media.8. Elaborating reports and memoirs.9. Analysing and improving proposals once participants have returned from their mobility.10. Spreading the achieved results through an official conference organized by the CEFIRE for the dissemination of all the knowledge acquired during the project. The methodology used is eclectic, open and, in all aspects, inclusive for the entire educational community (teachers, students, families and non-teaching staff). It will promote the development of the most basic core competencies (especially those concerning linguistics, cultural and artistic knowledge, learning to learn and autonomy). We will try to support both the advanced students and those who may have any learning difficulties as well or/and physical or mental disability. We hope to achieve excellent results, as has always been the case in our previous experiences in other European programmes. We will approach other schools, join criteria and motivate the entire school community for these projects to have continuity in the future. The impact on the school community will be shared with other schools in our area and disseminated through the press, radio stations, the school website and social networks to let everyone around us know about our experience. Our long-term priority is to ensure an overall competitive preparation of our students both for university and for the labour market in an increasingly globalized world and at the same time educate them in tolerance and diversity.
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