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Teaching: An effective key to self-learning
Start date: 01 Sep 2014, End date: 31 Aug 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

This project is founded by good cooperating schools in former Maths projects. The previuos projects were virtual and theoritical. This project gives us the opportunity to bring the theory into practical useful lessons. Our schools are preparing the first steps into CLIL learning (Content Learning In Language). The projectresults are practical instruments to aligne the importance of the CLIL policy in the school. The given examples will be an inspiration for the staff of all the partnerschools. Students and teachers prepare lessons in 6 subjects: Maths, Science, Music, History, sports and Europe. This will happen in two levels primary and secundary school level. During the 6 short exchanges the lessons will be tested on local students. The lesson plans will be refined and brought together in a manual (paper and e-form). The involved students have already prooved their cognitive skills, by teaching, cooperating and presenting they will improve their non-cognitive skills as well as social and ICT skills. After 3 years of teamwork we will have a big number of lesson plans. The manual will be spread to staff, teachers, teacher training centers, students, ... We hope that this manual can be inspiring for present and future teachers. Next to this target we aim to bring Maths and Science in a broader context and real life situations. Improve our foreign languages, this manual will be inspiring for CLIL teachers. At the same time we bring Europe into different schools. This cooperation between European schools will strenghten the European knowledge and feeling of all the involved persons (students, teachers, parents and local visitors) and everyone who will use our manual in the future. All our results will be spread by using eTwinning and other social media (for instance Facebook and Twitter). These results can be read and used by anybody.
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