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Stärkung der europäischen Dimension und Verbesserung der Unterrichtsqualität mittels Fortentwicklung der Methoden des Classroom Managements, wie SWPBIS.
Start date: Jun 1, 2015, End date: May 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Projectbackground:The Obermenzinger Gymnasium Munich is based on the educational principles of its maintaining body, the Munich School Foundation -Ernst von Borries-. These educational principles are set out in the Foundation's statutes and explicitly define as one of its central aims to "build a European awareness in students, to develop a deeper insight into the historical importance of European values and European peace framework and promote commitment to the European idea through appropriate projects." Since school year 2014/15 the SWPBIS-methodology ("School- Wide Positive Behaviour Intervention and Support") is introduced at the school. In this context, an intensive cooperation with the University of Flensburg (EUF), Department of Special Education, Department of "pedagogy and didactics to promote emotional and social development" (Professor Dr. habil. Joachim Bröcher) exists. This is where the focus of the 2015 - 2017 requested funding from Erasmus +: Comenius training mobilities is located. Since 1996, multilateral Comenius school partnership projects are essential tools to achieve these objectives. The requirement of international training courses was raised in detail in January 2014 by means of an accurately created survey in the college and analyzed in a working group in close cooperation with the school administration. This requirement of European training courses was verified in 2015. On this basis the following project objectives were defined.Project Objectives:An internationalisation and further consolidation / stabilisation of the European dimension of the school, of the school’s environment and the levels of experience of all those involved in the school life should be, inter alia, forced by the expansion and the constant development of SWPBIS-methodology and the full-day school operation in further European cooperation and training activities. The overall objective is to continuously improve the quality of teaching and the development of pedagogical and didactic principles.Number and profile of the participants:28 subject teachers and educational assistantsDescription of activities:Taking courses from various providers, study visits at SWPBIS-schools (job shadowing, hospitations) and training institutions abroad.Procedures for project execution / management:Courses, shadowing, hospitations, workshopsBrief description of the expected results:Gain of SWPBIS skills. Insights into new pedagogical, didactic and methodological principles. Exchange with and support from European partners. Knowledge of other European school systems with potential for innovation for our own school and full-day organization. Adoption of modern teaching methodologies and formats.Brief description of the intended impacts:Promotion of European consciousness among participants with diverse effects on the entire institution. Modernisation and renewal of pedagogical practices and teaching methods. Expected long-term benefits:Strengthen European consciousness, consolidate SWPBIS, form partnerships and solid contacts with European partners, development of all-day school concept.
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