Por la movilidad de adultos en la provincia de Hue..
Por la movilidad de adultos en la provincia de Huelva
Start date: Jun 1, 2016,
End date: May 31, 2018
This application is sent by a consortium made out of four education centres: two High Schools and two further education centres and their correspondent sections where Secondary Education for adults in their blended learning model (level I and II) and A-Levels for adults are taught. The requesting organisation is the Fuentepiña High School and its partners are: Lazareto CCE (which shares students with Fuentepiña, all located in the capital of Huelva), San Blas High School from Aracena and Los Esteros CCE in Huelva and its own sections in Punta Umbria and Aljaraque.The Fuentepiña High School is already participating in projects such as KA1 for Professional Training and Post-secondary Education. We will take advantage of its experience as a support for the rest of the partners within the consortium which have not ever attended any mobility within the Erasmus+ framework in order to build up a solid and major network. Furthermore, San Blas High School contributes with its professionalism in the coordination of projects as Comenius, Grundtvig, Arion. The Further Education Schools have taken part in mobilities promoted by the Teachers Training Centre having a wide experience in intercultural issues and eTwinning, among others.After analysing the reports from the meetings held among the Managerial Staff and the Training Departments, the “Steering Committee” has decided to work in some fields to improve the following skills: for the staff (adapting the methodology for adult students, promoting students motivation and preventing school dropout) tools and approaches skills for IT(to enable students to access the different resources and materials throughout the Internet respecting the copyright; to make dynamic work projects, etc.), linguistic and European dimension skills (improving the working perspectives and students’ linguistic competences) and managing centre skills for the Managerial Staff.The following activities have been proposed in order to achieve such competences: Course for the Staff (about creative methodology to cope with issues regarding school dropout; English language learning course for teachers in further education); IT tools and methodology courses (for English teachers and other subjects); Course of Management (planned studies visits and “Job-shadowing”); the linguistic and European dimension are present transversely in all the activities. Once all the information is collected and shared with all the participants, they will gather in work groups to draw ideas that suit the best for adults’ blended education in Huelva in order to apply strategies for the integration of competences and experiences. In each centre, teachers – throughout the pertinent group- will foster a discussion regarding the methodological changing of the involved teachers; selecting tools and analysing the temporalisation and how these tools will be applied in class.The coordinating centre maintains a clear and transparent process to participate in these projects on the students and the educational community behalf.Since the other centres do not possess any guidelines to follow, a selection committee will be established; a dossier with documents (such as application form, a commitment letter, and selection criteria, among others) will be created in order to transfer the proceeding to the other centres. All the information will be display in the web within the Erasmus+ section.The documentation related to the Project (convocations, lists of admissions, minutes,...) will be published in each centre’s web. Also, blogs for dissemination will be created. Moreover, centres will take advantage of social networks (as Facebook) to publish news, dissemination results and searching for partners. This is a very ambitious project which collects the needs of the four centres in their different locations which also share the same teaching and aims to create a wide impact at provincial level. The effectiveness of this project will be checked throughout the project life by the revision of the indicators.The project assessment will be accomplished throughout an ‘Assessment Plan’ in which each member will be involved. This assessment will be continuous and carried out in four steps: preparation of participants, during and after each activity, at the end of the school year and at the end of the project.The assessment instruments are: active and direct observation by the correspondent committee, the tutor of the courses, assessment questionnaires, teachers’ daily work…Once the project is finished, the results will be analysed and future training programmes offered at the centres will be improved. Some of the indicators used will be: level of linguistic competence improvement, attitudinal changes, implementation of new methodological strategies achieved, expansion of the provincial and international network, percentage of absent students which ends with the further education success.
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