ETWINNING AND JOB SHADOWING – PARTNER FINDING WORKSHOP FOR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PROJECTS IN TAHITI - FRANCE
Project Management Spain Erasmus Plus
Organization ID (OID): E10039300
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· COURSE INFORMATION:
This course will focus on the beneficial usage of the eTwinning platform in international school projects, with special focus on Key Action 1 + 2 Erasmus + Projects. It will be carried out in practical lessons with internationally mixed groups, aiming to end up with a project group and a project outline that can be easily turned into an Erasmus KA1 or 2 application.
This workshop is aimed at teachers and school staff from pre-school level to primary, secondary, vocational, adult and special needs education, staff of non-government organizations, government and policy makers and company staff. Non-native English trainers expecting participants to have at least B1 level of English proficiency.
The importance of eTwinning in international projects has been increasing intensely within the last years. The European National Agencies grant more points to your Erasmus KA1 or 2 application when you are planning to use eTwinning within the project or even better - starting from an already existing project. However, the eTwinning platform is manifold and not always self-explanatory.
The course is based on practical lessons and presentations of examples of good practice as well as discussions and experience comparisons. It will have short lectures to ensure full comprehension but most of the time we will be working actively learning-by-doing on the eTwinning platform and our own project twinspace. Every day participants will get short and fun assignments related to their needs and goals for the course.
Every day participants will become more and more accustomed to working in etwinning, will become more fluent in creating pages, project outlines and will come up with own ideas that can be directly used for their own individual projects at home.
Our experienced trainers will support and stimulate the networking and cooperation among participants. We organize networking, cultural, sport and historical activities in order to give participants the opportunity to exchange best-practice and establish professional cooperation and links. In these activities will take part not only participants of the course but also other participants from different courses running at the same time at the same venue. The expected training activity has been structured so that the participants can transfer know-how and develop needed skills to create and manage a project with real success.
· MAIN OBJECTIVES:
In this course you will:
- find partners for your Erasmus KA1 or 2 project (also JOB SHADOWINGS)
- learn about professional development possibilities with etwinning
- learn how to use eTwinning for documentation, collaboration and communication between project partners
- learn how to work in the “Twinspace”, your own project-website within eTwinning
- creating new pages
- embedding content
- uploading material
- adding students
- setting up online meetings with Adobe Connect
- learn about diverse web2.0 tools and how to use them to ensure collaboration of students
- be presented best practice examples
- learn about ways of recognition for eTwinning projects (Quality labels, competitions)
- start your first own project, write a project outline, prepare your KA1 or 2 project
By the end of the course, participants should have a proposal ready for an international project including the usage of etwinning or will have a fixed outline on how to use eTwinning beneficially in the already existing project. At the end of the course, the company will provide the participants with an attendance certificate including the detailed information about the course, e.g. title, programme and schedule. In addition, a Europass Mobility Certificate can be added on request.
· DAILY PROGRAMME:
It exists a standard indicative daily programme. However, the course can be personalized each week according to participants´ needs and professional profiles.
The course’s trainers usually welcome participants on Sunday afternoon and give them all the course material. The main training activities, instruction and practices will take place from Monday to Friday. On another note, participants will be involved in cultural activities held by PMS ERASMUS PLUS during afternoon time, most likely on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Moreover, on Thursday morning all participants will be able to explain their own school and KA1 project to the rest of participants and work all together to set up future eTwinnings or even KA2 projects. After that, all of them will have the possibility to enjoy an optional activity to deepen in the searching of new partners, enjoying a great day full of motivating and funny activities. Finally, there will be a course’ roundup and a final evaluation on Saturday morning and the delivery of the certificates of attendance.
DAY 1 – SUNDAY. WELCOMING.
- Meeting and greeting.
- Individual orientation and information about the venue and the city.
- Reception of all course material.
- Brief presentation of the course and its target by the end of the week.
DAY 2 – MONDAY. BASICS AND TWINSPACE.
- Presentation: What is eTwinning? Why eTwin?
- Workshop: eTwinning live.
- Presentation: What is “Twinspace”?
- Workshop: first steps in the Twinspace.
- Free cultural activity: Discovering the city and its cultural heritage. You will visit Dublin center in a guided tour included in course fees.
DAY 3: TUESDAY. COLLABORATION ALL TOGETHER.
- Workshop: Our own project twinspace.
- Presentation: Best practice examples – How to get students and teachers to actually collaborate in eTwinning? – Web 2.0 tools.
- Workshop: Our own project twinspace (continuation)
- Free cultural activity: Discovering the city and its cultural heritage. You will visit Dublin Castle in a guided tour included in course fees.
DAY 4: WEDNESDAY. OUR OWN PROJECT.
- Presentation: How to get my project recognized (Quality labels & competitions).
- Presentation: Job Shadowing in KA1 projects.
- Workshop in cooperative groups: working on our own project.
DAY 5: THURSDAY. PRACTICAL AND NETWORKING DAY.
- Networking activity: Presentation of your own school and your KA1 PROJECT: 5W's. WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY with all participants from the course and other structured courses of the company.
- Networking activity: Guided session to find your best partner for a future JOB SHADOWING and/or KA229 PROJECT.
- Workshop: Networking and collaborating with our course partners.
DAY 6: FRIDAY. FINALIZING.
- Presentations of the projects planned within the workshop.
- Completing our Project twinspace.
- Additional training sesión tailored to specific needs, just in case someone needs it.
DAY 7 – SATURDAY. CONCLUSION.
- Course evaluation.
- Releasing official course certifications.
- Participants departure.
eTwinning and Job Shadowing workshop course will attend edition during academic course 2023 and 2024 in following dates:
FRANCE – MARTINIQUE:
- From Sunday 9th April to Saturday 15th.
ICELAND – REYKJAVÍK:
- From Sunday 23rd April to Saturday 29th.
- From Sunday 23rd July to Saturday 29th.
- From Sunday 15th October to Saturday 21st.
FRANCE - TAHITI:
- From Sunday 13th August to Saturday 19th.
DUBLIN - IRELAND:
- From Sunday 22nd October to Saturday 28th.
FRANCE – MARTINIQUE:
- From Sunday 31st March to Saturday 6th April.
ICELAND – REYKJAVÍK:
- From Sunday 18th February to Saturday 24th.
- From Sunday 21st April to Saturday 27th.
- From Sunday 21st July to Saturday 27th.
- From Sunday 25th August to Saturday 31st.
- From Sunday 13th October to Saturday 19th.
FRANCE - TAHITI:
- From Sunday 11th August to Saturday 17th.
• COSTS AND ERASMUS + FUNDING
The cost of the seven day course is 560€, and includes course fees, support free cultural activities in the city during the week and certification of attendance. The company offers an Optional cultural package to deepen the relationship between all participants.
The training course is tailored to be fully funded by Erasmus + to teachers, trainers, headmasters and any other staff of education organizations. Furthermore trainers can help in Key Action 1 application to ensure that participants can get the grant and could be eligible to receive an Erasmus + grant that covers all the costs of the course.
- 11.08.2024 > 17.08.2024
- Register before 04.08.2024
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