TEAMWORKS

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TEAMWORKS

There are many curriculum changes in the schools today. It needs several different teaching changes, both in terms of material and methodology. The new school's goal is not only to provide people with the right skills to achieve qualifying tasks but also to plan for life in the real world. Help in shaping learning to discover and then use the environment. Reformed primary teaching includes implementing strategies in which the student attempts to use the mode of action to obtain functions, not only to use them passively. Pedagogical studies show that children remember the information obtained in the search results much longer than they were ready, given by the instructor, and that some techniques used in knowledge are, unfortunately, unlikely. It should also be emphasized that we bear in mind: 10 percent of what we read 20 percent of what we hear 30 percent of what we see 50 percent of what we hear and 70 percent of what we say 90 percent of what we do. 

For most cases, dealing with activation strategies requires the need to break into groups / teams, it is worth considering about what a well-conducted lesson should seem like, paying close attention to the following key elements: 

  • what to implement as a group work pattern 
  • What kind of information exchange should seem like for a given group,  
  • what kind of information exchange between groups should seem like 
  • what are the key goals and objectives of the lesson-what role the instructor should play. Good principles for defining and teaching 

Our students will have a better chance to prepare themselves to live in the unpredictable future thanks to this project. 

 

*• Foster cooperation in methods of learning; 

• Building up social skills. 

• Establish co-operation principles; 

• Promoting the exchange of ideas among people who are similar or different  

• learning how to properly assess yourself and others   

• evaluation of the educational process by the student 

• minimizing isolation of some students  

• progression of lg and IT expertise 

• Strengthen communication skills. 

• Fostering cultural exchange and common awareness of Europe's peoples  

• acceptance of culture as a factor in social integration and citizenship  

• developing / creating tolerance for immigrants, their culture and traditions 

 

Students (12-14)-Students are the beneficiaries of the project events, directly or indirectly, as well as local or international partners. Students will be selected from those who wish to participate in the project activities, particularly those who show a lack of confidence in their own abilities, have no social or school success. This project is expected to affect indirectly around 1200 students, but also their families, educators or local society. Teachers: At the same time, they will be teachers and beneficiaries, learning and taking examples of good practise from partner schools as well as from their education systems. Five teachers from each partner school will work in a team, and 40 teachers will participate in the project. Specific outputs will include: 

 

-a collection of documents and forms given to all participants to assist them in common procedures (project rules, survey forms, collaboration and communication plans, etc.) 

-a monthly web conference, use of Whatsapp / Skype / Messanger / Doodle 

-posts, presentations, dissemination content that each country sends to the coordinator electronically every month 

- 5 Erasmus+ corners in each school  

- direct link to the platform of the project on each involved school website  

- attitude questionnaires, Europass mobility certificates  

- participation certificates for all participants  

-exchange, evaluation and feedback reports  

- post-exchange workshops  

- e-book selection of LTTA workshop products 

 

Impacts: 

-positive direct effect of approx. Thirty percent of students and other target groups 

- the development of social skills that group can provide  

-the recognition of a new useful project in our countries 

- the students are encouraged to adopt the project and build new ones that reflect the society they live in 

-the promotion of equality, inclusiveness and fair opportunities 

- Establishing European instruments such as Europass, ECVET, Youthpass, ECTS and so on and receiving national / international instruments / certificates; 

Partner school teachers can share ideas, pedagogical and methodological resources, participate in project meetings lessons, learn comprehensive approach, and make learning more productive. They can improve their communication skills on administrative, negotiation, and teamwork (including in a European language). 

The project will encourage school-to-school collaboration and an exchange of ideas and pedagogical approaches leading to the development of a transnational network and growing the European dimension and reputation of the schools. The organizations involved will create an inclusive atmosphere that makes all learners reach their full potential

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