1. Governação escolar

1.3. Direção escolar

Uma direção escolar eficiente promove culturas colaborativas. As escolas necessitam de direções escolares competentes e altamente motivadas, dedicadas e guiadas por valores que incentivem a prática de reflexão e fomentem o diálogo e a cooperação entre todos os agentes educativos e com outros intervenientes. Asseguram um ambiente favorável para os professores, onde a aprendizagem professor-professor, o tempo para feedback e reflexão e a interação em rede dentro e entre escolas são incentivados. Desempenham igualmente um papel essencial em proporcionar oportunidades para a educação inicial de professores e o desenvolvimento profissional contínuo baseado na investigação, orientados para a prática.

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Comparative study on Quality Assurance in EU School Education Systems

The study covers quality assurance (QA) policies, procedures, activities and practices in EU 28 school educational systems at the following levels (1) primary; (2) lower-secondary; and (3) upper-secondary (general education). It identifies different types of QA systems and approaches across EU school educational systems, their drivers, the activities and tools which make them up, and actors involved. It also identifies results and outcomes of effective QA across the EU school education systems, as well as key strengths and weaknesses in how QA is currently conducted and general trends. Considering current weaknesses in QA across EU school educational systems and the EU?s new mandate to support national efforts in this area, the study also considers potential EU actions in the field to add value to what is happening at the national level. The study report also presents ten case studies of good practice in QA.

Área: 1. Governação escolar

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar

Língua: EN

País: Albânia; Alemanha; Bulgária; Bélgica; Chipre; Croácia; Dinamarca; Eslováquia; Eslovénia; Espanha; Estónia; Finlândia; França; FYROM (Macedónia); Grécia; Hungria; Irlanda; Islândia; Itália; Letónia; Lituânia; Luxemburgo; Malta; Noruega; Países Baixos; Polónia; Portugal; Reino Unido; República Checa; Roménia; Suécia; Sérvia; Turquia; Áustria

Godalen and Thor Heyerdahl Upper Secondary Schools in Norway

In order to prevent drop-out, the Godalen and Thor Heyerdahl Upper Secondary Schools in Norway have focused on improving and strengthening their school leadership strategies. The schools have established a range of measures to support teachers and young people alike.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 2. Professores; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.3. Direção escolar; 2.2. Os professores e o seu relacionamento com alunos e pais; 3.3. Orientação profissional e apoio; 3.4. Programas curriculares e percursos educativos; 3.5. Aprendizagem e avaliação; 5.2. Redes de partes interessadas

Língua: EN

País: Noruega

Home School Community Liaison Scheme

"It is clear from the Irish experience that educational initiatives based in schools can raise the educational level of the adults involved, and result in a general sense of empowerment in the local community. Parental involvement, especially in areas of socio-economic deprivation, does not just benefit the children and the school - it is a crucial aspect of lifelong learning" (Parents as Partners in Schooling, OECD 1997)

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 2. Professores; 4. Participação dos pais; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.3. Direção escolar; 2.1. Aptidões e competências dos professores; 2.2. Os professores e o seu relacionamento com alunos e pais; 4.1. Comunicação e informação; 5.1. Equipas multidisciplinares

Língua: EN

País: Irlanda

My education, my job, my future

My education, my job, my future is a project that aims to prevent early school leaving and to encourage and inspire students to continue school.

In this project, students had the opportunity to learn about various jobs that exist today in their country and in Europe, as well as to learn about future jobs. Various workshops had been organised to help them discover their skills and to help them to choose the right path for their future career. Students learned the basic steps of how to start up their own business. Through this project students were encouraged to develop their 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking & creativity and understood how important education is for their future career as well as for their development and personal life.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar; 3.1. Bem estar dos alunos; 3.3. Orientação profissional e apoio; 3.4. Programas curriculares e percursos educativos; 5.3. Parcerias: empregadores e empresas; 5.4. Parcerias: organizações comunitárias e sociedade civil

Língua: EN

País: Chipre

Plus Success teaching methodologies

The Plus Class in Portugal provides additional support to selected groups of students with similar skills. The measure is targeted at specific school years according to the pupils? needs in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles of the basic level and the secondary level. It consists of The Plus Class and the Phoenix Project which are class organization models that intend to support all pupils in their learning.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 2. Professores; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 4. Participação dos pais; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.3. Direção escolar; 2.1. Aptidões e competências dos professores; 2.3. Formação inicial de professores e desenvolvimento profissional contínuo de professores; 3.4. Programas curriculares e percursos educativos; 3.6. Aprendizagem alargada e extracurricular; 3.10. Apoio seletivo: necessidades educativas especiais e dificuldades de aprendizagem; 4.1. Comunicação e informação; 5.1. Equipas multidisciplinares

Língua: EN

País: Portugal

Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA), UK

Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) is a UNICEF-UK driven approach that integrates the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) as a whole school approach to child rights education. The overall aim of the approach is to create a participative, inclusive, and safe school culture, where respect for every member of the school community is guaranteed. The UNICEF Child Rights Education (CRE) Toolkit provides guidance on how to become a Rights Respecting School. Schools adapt the RRS approach to their context. The approach influences relationships between every actor in the school environment and is applicable in any school context. The framework outlined in the RRS toolkit is intended to provide a central organising principle for the entire school and, by extension, for the families and community in which the school is situated. There are three phases of development. The second and third phases (Levels 1 and 2) are similar. The aim is to execute the action plan that is developed during the Recognition of Commitment phase in order to reach the four standards of the RRSA: 1. Rights-respecting values underpin leadership and management 2. The entire school community learns about the CRC 3. The school has a rights-respecting ethos 4. Children are empowered to become active citizens and learners.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 2. Professores; 3. Apoio aos alunos; 4. Participação dos pais; 5. Participação das partes interessadas

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar; 2.1. Aptidões e competências dos professores; 2.2. Os professores e o seu relacionamento com alunos e pais; 3.1. Bem estar dos alunos; 3.2. Participação dos alunos na vida escolar; 4.1. Comunicação e informação; 4.3. Espaços para os pais e participação nas atividades educativas; 5.4. Parcerias: organizações comunitárias e sociedade civil; 2.4. O bem-estar dos professores

Língua: EN

País: Reino Unido

School leaders competence framework and training

During the last two decades, the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport has been working on strengthening autonomy in schools and improving management teams, with a view to improving quality of education to meet new challenges. The latest legal provisions promote increased autonomy of schools and strengthening ability to manage them by putting in place a requirement on all candidates for management positions to have specific training, as well as taking into account the capacity of head teachers to face the challenge. New legislation defines the content of the training courses aiming at the development of the management function for teachers intending at becoming headmasters, as well as the courses to update the management competences for headmasters who are already in that position.

Área: 1. Governação escolar

Sub-área: 1.3. Direção escolar

Língua: EN

País: Espanha

School Leadership Toolkit

The European Policy Network on School Leadership- EPNoSL has developed a tool to reflect upon, identify challenges and prioritize areas for policy action to support and enhance school leadership for equity and learning. It addresses policy makers, school authorities, school actors, researchers and leadership training institutes. The School Leadership Toolkit is designed to support analyses of the ways different school leadership policies and programs interplay and influence the overall capacity of school leaders and their schools to effectively and persistently address equity and learning challenges in their schools. It contains a range of useful materials, videos, case studies and toolsets on different aspects of school leadership.

Área: 1. Governação escolar

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar; 1.4. Cooperação dentro dos sistemas educativos

Língua: EN

País: Albânia; Alemanha; Bulgária; Bélgica; Chipre; Croácia; Dinamarca; Eslováquia; Eslovénia; Espanha; Estónia; Finlândia; França; FYROM (Macedónia); Grécia; Hungria; Irlanda; Islândia; Itália; Letónia; Lituânia; Luxemburgo; Malta; Noruega; Países Baixos; Polónia; Portugal; Reino Unido; República Checa; Roménia; Suécia; Sérvia; Turquia; Áustria

TEIP- Programme for Priority Intervention Educational Areas

The main aim of the Portuguese TEIP Programme is to promote educational inclusion in schools located in disadvantaged areas which include children 'at risk' of social exclusion. Specific improvement plans are developed and promote an improvement cycle in each cluster of schools.

Áreas: 1. Governação escolar; 3. Apoio aos alunos

Subáreas: 1.1. Cultura e clima escolar; 1.2. Planeamento e monitorização escolar; 1.3. Direção escolar; 1.4. Cooperação dentro dos sistemas educativos; 3.1. Bem estar dos alunos; 3.7. Acompanhamento de alunos em situação de risco

Língua: EN

País: Portugal

The National School Leadership Training Programme

The Swedish National School Leadership Training Programme is a state-regulated professional training programme for school heads, pre-school managers and people with corresponding leadership positions. Since 2010 it has been compulsory for newly employed school heads and preschool managers. It aims at giving participants the knowledge necessary to 1) ensure that all pupils and children receive an education that is of equal value and consistent with the law, 2) create conditions in which targets can be achieved at both individual and organisational level, and 3) take responsibility for ensuring the development of the organisation as a whole.

Área: 1. Governação escolar

Sub-área: 1.3. Direção escolar

Língua: EN

País: Suécia