2. Lærere

2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre

Et understøttende langsigtet forhold mellem lærer og elev betyder meget for at forbedre elevens engagement og præstation.  På samme måde øger positive relationer med eleverne lærernes jobtilfredshed.  Relationer baseret på tillid, respekt og samarbejde mellem lærere og elever, deres forældre og skolens lokale samfund påvirker ligeledes et positivt læringsudbytte.

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Action Antibullying (AAB)

The project partners designed and implemented a new anti-bullying programme in schools in five EU countries. It drew on the experiences of existing programmes and practices originated by the project partners working in different cultural contexts.  It provided further evidence of effective approaches to the reduction of bullying in schools that will inform the development of improved child centred, whole school strategies for adoption at European level.

Områder: 1. Skolestyring; 2. Lærere; 3. Støtte til elever; 5. Involvering af interessenter

Underområder: 1.1. Skolekultur og -klima; 1.3. Skoleledelse; 1.4. Samarbejde inden for uddannelsessystemer; 2.1. Læreres færdigheder og kompetencer; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 3.4. Læseplaner og læringsforløb; 3.10. Målrettet støtte Særlige uddannelsesbehov og indlæringsvanskeligheder; 5.4. Partnerskaber: Lokale organisationer og civilsamfundet

Sprog: EN

Land: ITALIEN; RUMÆNIEN; SLOVENIEN; SPANIEN; STORBRITANNIEN

Brave’s Club: Zero Violence from age zero

To improve the school climate, a group of schools from the Learning Communities project decided to create the Brave’s Club. It is based on a “dialogical model of conflict prevention”. Since the Club started in 2014, it has made progress in eradicating school violence in both primary and secondary schools. This strategy is making it easier to bring together effective evidence-informed practices on preventing violence in classrooms in general, and more specifically, gender violence.

Områder: 1. Skolestyring; 2. Lærere; 3. Støtte til elever; 4. Involvering af forældre; 5. Involvering af interessenter

Underområder: 1.1. Skolekultur og -klima; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 3.1. Elevers trivsel; 3.2. Elevers deltagelse i skolelivet; 4.2. Forældres involvering i skolens styring; 5.4. Partnerskaber: Lokale organisationer og civilsamfundet

Sprog: EN

Land: SPANIEN

JOAQUIM RUYRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, the Miracle School (Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain)

The Joaquim Ruyra Elementary School is located in a disadvantaged suburban district of Barcelona. In the 2016-2017 school year, 92% students were immigrants representing 28 different nationalities (including Pakistan, Morocco, Georgia, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, the Philippines, China, Bangladesh, Senegal, and the USA) or from minority background (Romani). The school has a 40% mobility rate.  

National and international press have referred to the school as the miracle school as it had achieved academic outcomes above the average in the Catalan standardised tests, outperforming elite schools in the Catalonia region.

All classes in the school feature group work 40% to 60% of the time. The groups mix students of different abilities, genders and nationalities.  The small groups are designed to ensure that no one is left out, and students are encouraged to participate actively.  Each group is facilitated by an adult (e.g. a classroom assistants, a parent).  Psychologists and special education teachers may also work in the classrooms, and they support volunteer parents, teachers and the students.  The extra support and student interaction are considered as essential for supporting and reinforcing children’s learning. 

Områder: 1. Skolestyring; 2. Lærere; 3. Støtte til elever; 4. Involvering af forældre; 5. Involvering af interessenter

Underområder: 1.1. Skolekultur og -klima; 1.2. Skoleplanlægning og -overvågning; 1.3. Skoleledelse; 2.1. Læreres færdigheder og kompetencer; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 2.3. Lærergrunduddannelse og fortsat faglig udvikling af lærerne; 3.1. Elevers trivsel; 3.2. Elevers deltagelse i skolelivet; 3.3. Karrierevejledning og -støtte; 3.4. Læseplaner og læringsforløb; 3.5. Læring og bedømmelse; 3.6. Udvidet og ikke-skemalagt undervisning; 3.7. Overvågning af udsatte elever; 4.1. Kommunikation og information; 4.2. Forældres involvering i skolens styring; 4.3. Områder for forældre og involvering i uddannelsesaktiviteter; 4.4. Familielæring; 5.1. Tværfaglige teams; 5.2. Netværk af interessenter; 5.3. Partnerskaber: Arbejdsgivere og virksomheder; 5.4. Partnerskaber: Lokale organisationer og civilsamfundet

Sprog: EN

Land: SPANIEN

Socialisation to prevent gender violence in schools

Education stakeholders dedicated to the goal of “living together” have organised committees in most learning communities in Spain. These committees are comprised of teachers, family members and students, and are dedicated to identifying everyday conflicts in schools. Once a committee has decided which area it wants to tackle, a deliberative and participatory process involving the whole learning community is launched.

Områder: 1. Skolestyring; 2. Lærere; 3. Støtte til elever; 4. Involvering af forældre; 5. Involvering af interessenter

Underområder: 1.1. Skolekultur og -klima; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 3.2. Elevers deltagelse i skolelivet; 4.2. Forældres involvering i skolens styring; 5.1. Tværfaglige teams

Sprog: EN

Land: SPANIEN

The CARMA Toolkit: A step-by-step guide for implementing collaborative learning to increase student motivation and participation

The CARMA Toolkit fosters collaborative learning approaches in schools, based on non-formal learning (NFL) techniques, for learners who have been identified as being at risk of early school leaving and/or low achievement. The Toolkit provides practical resources for classroom practices and to transform school cultures to improve student motivation and participation. Involvement of the wider community in supporting collaborative learning is also encouraged. A Competence Assessment Model supports teachers to assess learners’ collaborative skills. A teacher’s diary to track implementation and learner progress accompanies the Toolkit.. The Toolkit is available in full and short versions in 8 languages English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Dutch and Turkish.

Områder: 1. Skolestyring; 2. Lærere; 3. Støtte til elever; 5. Involvering af interessenter

Underområder: 1.1. Skolekultur og -klima; 1.3. Skoleledelse; 1.4. Samarbejde inden for uddannelsessystemer; 2.1. Læreres færdigheder og kompetencer; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 3.4. Læseplaner og læringsforløb; 3.5. Læring og bedømmelse; 3.10. Målrettet støtte Særlige uddannelsesbehov og indlæringsvanskeligheder

Sprog: EN

Land: BELGIEN; FRANKRIG; ITALIEN; PORTUGAL; SPANIEN; TURKIET; ØSTRIG

“On the shoulders of giants” (teacher training)

“On the Shoulders of Giants: Successful educational projects for socially inclusive education” is a voluntary teacher continuing professional development programme.
It is attended by a majority of early childhood, primary and secondary education teachers from the province of Valencia. This programme is also open to other educational community stakeholders, including parents, administrators and staff, university students, psychologists, and others. It is described as a “dialogical training space” where participants read and reflect on important social and educational matters that promote inclusive schools, with reference to international theoretical and scientific consensus and contributions.

Område: 2. Lærere

Underområder: 2.1. Læreres færdigheder og kompetencer; 2.2. Lærere og deres forhold til elever og forældre; 2.3. Lærergrunduddannelse og fortsat faglig udvikling af lærerne; 2.4. Lærernes trivsel

Sprog: EN

Land: SPANIEN