2. Nauczyciele

2.1. Umiejętności i kompetencje nauczycieli

Rola nauczyciela staje się coraz obszerniejsza i bardziej wymagająca. Od nauczycieli oczekuje się, że będą korzystać z szerokiego wachlarza metod, narzędzi i podejść oraz dostosowywać je do potrzeb uczniów. Muszą oni również mieć kompetencje i umiejętności niezbędne do tego, aby stworzyć pozytywne otoczenie w klasie, a także współpracować z innymi zainteresowanymi stronami w szkole i poza szkołą, aby udzielać uczniom wsparcia w odpowiednim czasie.

 

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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.

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: EN

Kraj: Hiszpania; Rumunia; Słowenia; Wielka Brytania; Włochy

INCLUD-ED: GRUPY INTERAKTYWNE

Grupy interaktywne to jedno ze skutecznych działań edukacyjnych (SEA) określonych w projekcie badawczym INCLUD-ED. W ramach projektu INCLUD-ED poddano analizie strategie edukacyjne przyczyniające się do przezwyciężania nierówności i wspierania spójności społecznej oraz strategie powodujące wykluczenie społeczne, skupiając się zwłaszcza na grupach szczególnie wrażliwych i zmarginalizowanych. Grupy interaktywne wykorzystuje się do poprawy poziomu kształcenia dzieci i młodzieży w różnych warunkach. Działanie to polega na łączeniu uczniów klasy w małe, niejednorodne grupy, z których każda wspierana jest przez osobę dorosłą. Każda grupa składa się z czterech lub pięciu uczniów, zróżnicowanych pod względem poziomu umiejętności, płci, kultury, języka i pochodzenia etnicznego. Przykład ten umożliwia zrozumienie, czym są grupy interaktywne i do jakich wyników prowadzą.

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: BG; CZ; DA; DE; EL; EN; ES; ET; FI; FR; HR; HU; IT; LT; LV; MT; NL; PL; PT; RO; SK; SL; SV

Kraj: Albania; Austria; Belgia; Bułgaria; Chorwacja; Cypr; Dania; Estonia; Finlandia; Francja; Grecja; Hiszpania; Holandia; Irlandia; Islandia; Litwa; Luxemburg; Macedonia Północna; Malta; Niemcy; Norwegia; Polska; Portugalia; Republika Czech; Rumunia; Serbia; Szwecja; Słowacja; Słowenia; Turcja; Wielka Brytania; Węgry; Włochy; Łotwa

Our School - My Future

"Our School - My Future" was an ESL project initiated within the framework of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for School Education. It aims to support cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices between schools from different countries across Europe.
Part of the problem of ESL is attributed to lack of support and guidance, disengagement from schooling, and secondary-level curricula which too often do not offer enough options for varied courses, alternative teaching pedagogies, experiential and other hands-on learning opportunities or sufficient flexibility and support.
The framework for this project was designed to focus mainly on in-school factors influencing ESL, such as teaching methods and curricular issues, positive/negative school climate, and the parents’ role as a contributing factor to ESL.
A distance education programme, “Promotion of healthy lifestyles and development of the students’ social skills through physical education and environmental activities” was offered to teachers from five partner countries. Some 65 teachers from Greece, Poland, Romania, Spain, and Turkey had the opportunity to participate in this training programme, along with six academics who are also members of the Hellenic Academy of Physical Education.

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: EN

Kraj: Grecja; Hiszpania; Polska; Rumunia; Turcja

School innovation in Europe: non-formal education and student engagement to support better achievement and social competences at the Ion Luca Caragiale School in Tulcea

At the end of the 1990s, the first attempts to innovate at school level started with some primary classes being organised based on the ‘Step by step’ alternative pedagogy system. This meant that there were two teachers per class and that the learning process was organised around teams of students, rather than based on an individual learning. The change happened in response to requests from parents, and the school continues to offer both regular and ‘Step by step’ classes at primary level, with all students attending regular classes during lower secondary education (from 5th to 8th grade).

The ‘Different school’ (‘Şcoala altfel’) programme, introduced in 2011, offers an entire week of the school year dedicated to non-formal education. Partnerships with NGOs and the local community have also led to the implementation of several projects involving students in all stages, including planning and evaluation stages.

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: EN

Kraj: Rumunia

School innovation in Europe: School innovation in Europe: non-formal learning and entrepreneurship training in the Economics High School of Buzău

The school practices several innovative initiatives:

- The ‘Exercise company’ supports students to go through all the steps of setting up a company, from the creation of its administrative structure to its daily management, supporting students’ entrepreneurship competences. This project is regarded very positively by the whole school community and national authorities.

- The ‘Different school’ (‘Şcoala altfel’) programme significantly changed the relationship between students and teachers, thanks to its flexibility. Coupled with the participation in trainings of non-formal education by the teaching staff and practices acquired during Erasmus+ projects, it helped to reshape the educational process at the school.

- Teachers have been involved in curricular innovation dedicated to their particular field of study (tourism and economics) while members of committees set up by the Ministry of Education and the National Centre for the Development of Vocational Education (CNDIPT) contributed to the renewal of the national curriculum.

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: EN

Kraj: Rumunia

Wellbeing and Inclusion for New Educational Resources (WINER)

The Erasmus+ project Wellbeing and Inclusion for New Educational Resources (WINER) (2014-2016) was financed by the European Commission through KA2/Strategic Partnerships for School Education. It was carried out in the Vaslui region of Romania and in the Umbria region of Italy. In Romania there are a large number of children whose parents leave them in Romania in order to work in Italy, as well as a large number of children who have returned with their families due to the Italian economic crisis. The general objective of this project was to facilitate the inclusion of those Romanian children left at home and those who have returned, by developing a well-being-based school and community approach, applied both in Romania and Italy (respectively, the Vaslui and Umbria regions).

Obszar: 2. Nauczyciele

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Język: EN

Kraj: Rumunia; Włochy