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Profesinių ir bendrųjų kompetencijų tobulinimas kuriant šiuolaikinę europietišką mokyklą
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2016 PROJECT  FINISHED 

The project "European School - European Teaching Quality" is an essential stage in the process of obtaining the status of Open European School the main priorities of which are teaching quality, international cooperation/dialogue bases on the principles of internationalism and cultural diversity. In this respect the main objectives of the project are teaching quality improvement, including the development of all general competences, necessary skills and knowledge. Besides, the project will introduce our school to CLIL education and practices. According to the project 7 teachers (English, Lithuanian, Maths, Geography) will attend 5 different courses organized by International Study Programmes in the UK. The courses themes and methods (course summary) meet teachers' needs in getting required qualification. At the courses many new teaching ideas and materials will be introduced. They will be used to deepen foreign language knowledge at school for a more effective teaching process, for challenging, innovating and creative activities which will motivate and interest students. New ideas and materials will be beneficial for both students and teachers as teachers will become more motivated to participate in different development courses/seminars of all levels. Sharing skills, experiences, teaching materials and methodology with colleagues from other European schools will enrich teaches with new knowledge and competences necessary for participation in activities involved in European and international dimension (e.g. participation in international competitions, cooperation with international institutions, cooperation with schools-partners). Our school prioritize subject integration teaching and learning and is planning to introduce CLIL into school curriculum. In this respect school vision and policy meeting CLIL requirements will be created on the basis of competences gained by the teachers-project participants. Information gained on the ISP courses will be shared with other teachers through workshops in schools and at teachers’ conferences, blogs and articles in teachers’ publications, etc. The target groups of your dissemination activities will be firstly our students who will benefit from the fresh teaching ideas and materials which we have gained on the ISP courses and secondly other teachers in our school, region and country.
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