2. Učitelji

Številne raziskave so pokazale, da je podpora, ki so je učenci deležni od učiteljev, najpomembnejši napovedovalec šolske zavzetosti. Ugotovljeno je bilo, da ta močna povezava vpliva na družbeno, čustveno in vedenjsko dobro počutje ter odnos. Od učiteljev se vse bolj pričakuje, da bodo spodbujali učenje. Če učitelji motivirajo, vodijo in stalno podpirajo vse učence, jim lahko pomagajo, da ti obvladajo svoje učenje. Za to morajo učitelji z učenci in njihovimi starši vzpostaviti tesen odnos, ki temelji na zaupanju.

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PROJEKT INCLUD-ED – INTERAKTIVNE SKUPINE

„Interaktivne skupine“ so eden od uspešnih izobraževalnih ukrepov, opredeljenih v okviru raziskovalnega projekta INCLUD-ED. V okviru projekta INCLUD-ED so se analizirale izobraževalne strategije, ki prispevajo k odpravljanju neenakosti in spodbujajo družbeno povezanost, in strategije, katerih rezultat je družbena izključenost, pri čemer je bil poudarek zlasti na ranljivih in marginaliziranih skupinah. Interaktivne skupine se namenjene izboljšanju izobraževanja otrok in mladine v različnih okoliščinah. Pri tem ukrepu se učenci v razredu razdelijo v majhne heterogene skupine, vsaki skupini pa je na voljo pomoč odrasle osebe. Skupine štirih ali petih učencev so sestavljene tako, da se raven sposobnosti, spol, kultura, jezik in etnična pripadnost sodelujočih učencev čim bolj razlikujejo. Z naslednjim primerom so predstavljene interaktivne skupine in rezultati njihovega izvajanja.

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School innovation in Europe: Fostering equal chances for children from different social backgrounds by making learning more active at the Béla IV Primary School in Hejőkeresztúr

The ‘Complex Instruction Programme’ (CIP) provides equal chances for children from different social backgrounds. The method seeks to change children roles and responsibilities in active learning. CIP is based on four principles: (1) education involves a varied level of non-routine, open-end tasks to mobilise students of different abilities; (2) responsibility is shared, learners are responsible for their personal work while the group is responsible for individual achievements; (3) work is evaluated against set norms and roles; (4) hierarchy within the group - the status of the students is mobile. In addition, the school uses other innovative practices, such as a reading programme for the elementary grades where students regularly read aloud to each other in pairs, and then exchange their thoughts, and the ‘learning between generations’ programme where children draw their family trees and label each member with a special skill they have.

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Jezik: EN

Država: Madžarska

School innovation in Europe: student-centred and game-based learning to support student engagement and development at the Open School in Miskolc

Since the mid-1990s, the Open Door school is strongly devoted to the Step by Step programme (SbS), which became the main driver to implement innovative approaches in the school. The SbS programme involves student-centred and game-based learning, with constant feedback. The school also organises two whole-school project months per year that end with a presentation day, often open to the wider public and parents. Classrooms are arranged according to different aspects of learning. As part of the innovation, the school applies “morning circles” which are involved around a certain theme. Each child learns to speak in a way that is to the point, and gets the chance to express what he or she thinks and feels. It’s also a useful approach to compensate the stress that students might have brought from home.

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Država: Madžarska