2. Učitelji

2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev

Vloga učitelja se širi in postaja vedno zahtevnejša. Od učiteljev se pričakuje, da bodo uporabljali številne metode, orodja in pristope ter jih prilagodili potrebam učencev. Imeti morajo tudi kompetence in spretnosti, potrebne za ustvarjanje pozitivnega okolja v razredu in za sodelovanje z drugimi deležniki znotraj in zunaj šole pri zagotavljanju pravočasne podpore učencem.

 

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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.

Področja: 1. Šolsko upravljanje; 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 1.1 Kultura in vzdušje v šoli; 1.3 Vodstvo šole; 1.4 Sodelovanje znotraj izobraževalnih sistemov; 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 2.2 Učitelji in njihovi odnosi z učenci in starši; 3.4 Izobraževalni program in učne poti; 3.10 Usmerjena podpora: posebne izobraževalne potrebe in učne težave; 5.4 Partnerstva: organizacije v skupnosti in civilna družba

Jezik: EN

Država: Italija; Romunija; Slovenija; Združeno kraljestvo; Španija

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.

Področja: 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 4. Vključenost staršev

Podpodročja: 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 3.5 Učenje in ocenjevanje; 3.9 Usmerjena podpora: migranti, Romi; 3.10 Usmerjena podpora: posebne izobraževalne potrebe in učne težave; 4.3 Prostor za starše in njihovo vključevanje v izobraževalne dejavnosti

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

Država: Albanija; Avstrija; Belgija; Bolgarija; Ciper; Danska; Estonija; Finska; Francija; Grčija; Hrvaška; Irska; Islandija; Italija; Latvija; Litva; Luksemburg; Madžarska; Malta; Nemčija; Nizozemska; Norveška; Poljska; Portugalska; Romunija; Serbia; Severna Makedonija; Slovaška; Slovenija; Turčija; Združeno kraljestvo; Češka; Španija; Švedska

School innovation in Europe: making students more engaged into learning processes through reorganised learning spaces, timetables and educational activities in the Comprehensive School Giovanni XXIII of Acireale

Since 2011, when a new school leader was appointed, the school has focused on the following goals: to promote active participation of students; foster inclusion; nurture autonomy and a sense of responsibility. To reach these goals, the school adopted interactive approaches reorganising learning spaces and educational activities.
Key interventions encompass:
• Outdoor schooling (nursery school). The aim is to stimulate sensory experiences by encouraging direct contact with nature.
• Bag-less learning (primary school). Students only wear a light purse to hold their personal belongings and a notebook for homework tasks while school is furnished functionally with advanced learning tools.
• Workshop rooms and flipped classrooms (secondary school). Teachers personalise their working space based on their functional teaching needs in terms of furniture arrangement, tools, books etc. In flipped classroom, time and self-study activities are reversed where students prepare for a class by watching a pre-recorded lecture or then lead the discussion.

Področja: 1. Šolsko upravljanje; 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 4. Vključenost staršev

Podpodročja: 1.1 Kultura in vzdušje v šoli; 1.2 Šolsko načrtovanje in spremljanje; 1.3 Vodstvo šole; 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 3.2 Sodelovanje učencev v šolskem življenju; 4.1 Komunikacija in informacije; 4.2 Vključitev staršev v šolsko upravljanje

Jezik: EN

Država: Italija

The CARMA Toolkit: A step-by-step guide for implementing collaborative learning to increase student motivation and participation

The CARMA Toolkit fosters collaborative learning approaches in schools, based on non-formal learning (NFL) techniques, for learners who have been identified as being at risk of early school leaving and/or low achievement. The Toolkit provides practical resources for classroom practices and to transform school cultures to improve student motivation and participation. Involvement of the wider community in supporting collaborative learning is also encouraged. A Competence Assessment Model supports teachers to assess learners’ collaborative skills. A teacher’s diary to track implementation and learner progress accompanies the Toolkit.. The Toolkit is available in full and short versions in 8 languages English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Dutch and Turkish.

Področja: 1. Šolsko upravljanje; 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 1.1 Kultura in vzdušje v šoli; 1.3 Vodstvo šole; 1.4 Sodelovanje znotraj izobraževalnih sistemov; 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 2.2 Učitelji in njihovi odnosi z učenci in starši; 3.4 Izobraževalni program in učne poti; 3.5 Učenje in ocenjevanje; 3.10 Usmerjena podpora: posebne izobraževalne potrebe in učne težave

Jezik: EN

Država: Avstrija; Belgija; Francija; Italija; Portugalska; Turčija; Španija

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).

Področja: 2. Učitelji; 3. Podpora učencem; 5. Sodelovanje deležnikov

Podpodročja: 2.1 Spretnosti in kompetence učiteljev; 2.2 Učitelji in njihovi odnosi z učenci in starši; 3.1 Dobro počutje učencev; 3.5 Učenje in ocenjevanje; 5.1 Multidisciplinarne skupine

Jezik: EN

Država: Italija; Romunija