A Classroom with a Door to the World (Guadeloupe)
Internationalisation of curriculum and national identity
Location: Sainte-Anne, Guadeloupe (France)
The schools should be able to cater for such phenomena as internationalisation of education and support the creation of flexible learning pathways in line with learners' needs and objectives.
However, many teachers come across the dilemma of balance between internationalism and national identity, especially in single nation countries. This course will demonstrate that internationalisation of curriculum significantly enhances national identity. Learning about unique features of their own and other cultures pupils come to increased understanding of their own national identity at the same time developing senses of tolerance and acceptance.
During the course participants will analyse internationalisation strategy and explore various methods and tools creating internationalisation policy for their school.
eTwinning is an important component of the course work where participants share their daily learning ideas. It also serves as monitoring and dissemination tool.
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Complete the preparation assignments.
- improve management and teaching competences,
- explore teaching methods that emphasise real life experiences,
- analyse European dimension inside your curriculum,
- improve language competence,
- build connections with colleagues from other countries;
- increase knowledge of preparation, implementation, monitoring and follow up of international projects.
After the course participants will reflect on the gained knowledge and its application in their own educational environment. They will complete a report to be sent to their national agency. The trainers will provide support for collaboration between participants encouraging them to initiate partnerships projects, help to find partners and participate in online courses.
Exploring national identity – what makes us what we are?
Understanding the concept of internationalisation
Identity and transformational learning
The birth of a nation – the birth of a culture
Understanding what is Culture
The Danger of a Single Story – what is the message?
Multiculturalism and its five dimensions
Take a step into the culture.
Methods to enhance the learners’ interest and make them active learners
Why stories behind the objects and events are important?
What does it mean to be a Global citizen?
A Global Outlook and how to become a global citizen
International Learning: Global Citizenship Themes, skills and outlooks.
International Curriculum – what are the benefits?
The strategy of internationalisation
Methods to enhance quality of education
Erasmus+ objectives and priorities
International school policy – the need and the function
What activities can be used in schools to promote internationalism?
Understanding key competences and their interrelations
Methods to develop key competences through international work
Action plan: developing international curriculum ideas in my school.
Making a list of ideas for each school subject to promote internationalism while fostering national identity.
Reflection and evaluation
Planning an international project
Contact course organisers directly:
- 19.10.2021 > 27.10.2021
- Fully booked
- 02.11.2021 > 10.11.2021 (Confirmed)
- 20.11.2021 > 28.11.2021
- Fully booked
- 04.01.2022 > 12.01.2022 (Confirmed)
- 18.01.2022 > 26.01.2022 (Confirmed)
- 08.02.2022 > 16.02.2022
- Register before 30.11.2021
- 22.02.2022 > 02.03.2022 (Confirmed)
- 08.03.2022 > 16.03.2022 (Confirmed)
- 17.05.2022 > 25.05.2022
- Register before 30.01.2022
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