Job shadowing in Braga - Portugal

Job shadowing provides a unique opportunity to find out how other staff work. It can help improve communications across departments, directorates and faculties. It is an excellent networking tool, an opportunity for sharing best-practice and for self-development.
Job shadowing is very often a learning experience for both parties involved who, in turn, can feed their new knowledge back to their teams.

We provide job shadowing in the following topics:
school library, developing disabilities or talented students, art education, sport education, environmental education, digital skills, foreign language education, school management

A mobility opportunity offer

Opportunity type
Job shadowing
Host type
City
Braga
Country (languages)
Portugal (EN)
Dates
01.06.2017 » 31.05.2019


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Posted by gönül altun

Hello,we are a primary school with 827 students in Karasu district of Turkey. Our pupils are between 5 and 11 years old. We want to do on- the -jop monitoring for schools with experience in this field. email:gonulaltun2323@hotmail.com

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We are group of teacher of an Institute of Secondary Education in Adeje, southern Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. In our center we teach English with the PILE / CLIL methodology (study in another language) and we try to make our center bilingual. In addition, we are working on the development of a robotics classroom with the intention of using it in other areas of knowledge such as: mathematics, natural sciences, language, foreign languages and social sciences. We try to develop our project following a STEAM methodology. For this reason, we are very interested in being able to do a jobshadowing on ICT in your school, preferably during the months of July-August 2017 or 2018. We are currently requesting a KA101 project and we hope to request a KA2 when we finish our KA1. We know that knowing new experiences and good partners is fundamental to having good practices in Europe If you are interested in collaborating with us, please contact: email: jnhernan@gmail.com; website: http://www.ieselgaleon.es/ Thanks for your time Waiting for your reply SincerelyPhD. Nicolás Hernádnez

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We are a center for children and primary in Gran Canaria. We have been training in innovative methodologies for 5 years and now we would like to continue our research beyond our borders. We have experiences in cooperative work, routines and thinking skills, workshops, corners, multiple intelligences, service learning, coexistence programs, active and manipulative math, among others. We would like to do a jobshadowing on KA1. We wait your answer. barbaramontesdeocaluis@gmail.com

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Posted by Natalia Pietraś

Hi! I'm Natalia and I’m an English teacher at kindergarten and primary school in Słodków Trzeci.We have 80 students in our school, aged 3-13. Our school is situated in peaceful village in the south-east part of Poland. We are interested in ELT methodology, CLIL, ICT, ecology, folk music and promoting reading skills. We are looking for European schools to exchange ideas and improve in those fields. For that, we would like to apply for a job shadowing inside an Erasmus+ proposal KA1. If you want to collaborate please contact us in the email: natalii70@wp.pl

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Posted by alida kovacs

Hello. My secondary school (only-boys-boarding school in Hungary –the earliest educational place in Hungary) is looking for a school to do job shadowing. After finishing 2 successful ERASMUS+ projects this is the 3rd time we participate in Erasmus+. Our staff would like to involve JOB-SHADOWING in KA1 (improving teaching techniques). The Benedictine School has 335 students (12-18) and 60 teachers (20 monks/ 20 male teachers/ 20 female teachers), and it is a well-known boarding school with a 6-day-teaching week. The school is the main part of the UNESCO heritage Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma. If you are interested, please feel free to contact me at alida@osb.hu. Thank you. Ms. Alida Kovacs

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Posted by ibrahim Bahadır

Hello,we are a high school with 350 students in Giresun-Görele.Since this attempt is the first step to join Erasmus+ projects.We would like to share our prospects and learn about your attitude to language teaching. Your sincerely, İbrahim BAHADIR valley_wind@hotmail.com

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Hello, our school is very interested in introducing some assessment techniques through new technologies and we would be very pleased if you could offer us a school where we could learn about this topic. My email: combaserranoclavero@gmail.com

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Hi! My name is Loredana and i teach in a school in Romania, which intends to apply for a KA1 Erasmus+ project, until 1st of February 2018. We are interested in sending 3-4 teachers to your school, in 2019, for them to see innovative methods of teaching and classroom management. If you are interested in hosting us, please contact me at the e-mail address loredana_braia@yahoo.com. Thank you very much and I am looking forward to recieving an answer from you soon!

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Posted by Filomena Lanzetta

Hello! We are interested in a jobshadowing activity for the teachers in art, sport and music education . We are a primary school from the south of Italy and we are preparing an Erasmus+ KA1 on 2 February 2018 for the mobility of teachers and administrative staff. Your opportunity seems special to us! Could you please contact me and specify if it is possible to organise a jobshadowing activity to your school? Thanks Filomena Lanzetta My email contact: lanzettamena@gmail.com

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Posted by vahap kaya

Hello there. We are a group formed by a consortium of five schools in Turkey Muş. Project topic: prevention of bullying in school life and approaches in Europe. If you are interested in our project position, please contact us. e-mail: vahapkaya49@hotmail.com

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Posted by Natalia Fajardo

Hi! Our secondary school, in Spain, is looking for a school to do job shadowing. We are currently requesting a KA101 project and we are very interested in new innovative methods of teaching and classroom management. We would be very pleased if you could offer us a school where we could learn about this topic. Please contact with us in the email: nfajgon@gmail.com.

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I would be interested in job shadowing in Portugal. Do you have any primary schools where they would use literature, music, arts and /or drama as teaching method? Kindly Eija-Liisa eijaliisa.velthausz@eduvantaa.fi

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We are an infant and primary school from the south of Spain. We have about 450 pupils and around 30 teachers. We are a bilingual school and we have experience on this.Appart from this we have good projects on using the library or using different languages to learn different subject. We would like to contact other schools to share experiences and learn how they cope with diversity and pupils with special needs. We would like to participate in a KA1 project and in a future Ka2. We offer job shadowing experiences for those schools who contact us and we will be glad to receive other teachers in our school. Also, we would like to have job shadowing experiences and if posible in teaching practice too. We are looking forward to hearing from you. Please contact me: jazz49cp@gmail.com

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Posted by Brasero Frank

Hola, somos un centro bilingüe en Torrejon de Ardoz, Madrid (Spain). Estamos iniciando un proyecto Erasmus para hacer K1 en otros centros de otros países. Estamos interesados en metodos de enseñanza bilingüe en inglés, proyectos de juego en el patio y metodos innovadoras de enseñanza. Actualmente hemos iniciamos un proyecto de matemáticas en nuestro cole en Primaria. También estamos interesados en estrategias de enseñanza a través de yoga y meditación, control del estrés en el aula y metodologías alternativas (Montessori, Waldrof, Reggio Emilia...) Estamos interesados en visitar sus centros y observar el sintema de trabajo de sus profesionales. Esperamos respuesta a braserofrank@gmail.com (Frank y Rebeca) Gracias.

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Hello I'm Manuel Martínez, head of the school's library at Aielo de Malferit School (Valencia). We would like to visit your library within the framework of the Erasmus + program, and know if you would be willing to receive us with the intention of observing the operation of your school's library. Also, I offer you the opportunity to visit our school to exchange experiences of the school library and the ABN methodology of mathematics.

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Posted by Ana Jorques

Hi! We are Ana and Clara, teachers in a primary school in Spain. We are interested in going to your school in order to observe how you deal with the teaching of English as a foreign language as well as in the way you approach the physical education. We are immersed in a ERASMUS KA1 project and so, we will be able to visit you next school year (20-21). Our school, placed in Moixent (near Valencia) can also host you if you are interested in visiting us. Can you give us more information about the jobshadowing in your centre? Thanks in advance. Ana Jorques and Clara Oltra.

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