OUJE Our competencies - Joint efficiency


Ime projekta: OUJE - Our competencies - Joint efficiency (Naše kompetence - skupna učinkovitost)

KA1 - Učna mobilnost posameznikov

KA101 - Mobilnost šolskega osebja

Program: Erasmus+ / razpis 2017

Trajanje projekta: 1.9.2017 – 31.8.2019

Ugotavljamo, da zaposleni ne razmišljajo zgolj o kompetencah, ki so vezane le na področje njihove stroke in delo, ki ga vsakodnevno opravljajo. Njihove potrebe po dodatnem usposabljanju se kažejo predvsem v prid ključnim oz. prenosljivim kompetencam, ki jih lahko pridobijo v oblikah krajših bolj strukturiranih usposabljanj v tujini. Razvijanje kompetenc zaposlenih omogoča uspešno, bolj dinamično in kakovostno delovanje v svetu dela in vključevanje v družbeno življenje ter povečujejo zaposljivost posameznikov.

Namen projekta je bilo omogočiti zaposlenim 16 mobilnosti v strukturiranih tečajih v tujini za pridobitev ključnih in poklicnih kompetenc s ciljem osebnega in profesionalnega razvoja. Na ta način so se tako učitelji, kot drugi strokovni delavci usposabljali in bodo lahko vključevali in uporabljali znanja v kompleksnih situacijah ter bodo sposobni učinkovitega delovanja v različnih okoliščinah ter širjenje dejavnosti Centra in odpiranje v mednarodno okolje.

Cilji projekta:

-Načrtno izobraževanje in usposabljanje šolskega osebja v strukturiranih tečajih v tujini za pridobivanje ključnih in poklicnih kompetenc ter izboljšanje usposobljenosti uporabe angleškega jezika

-Vzpostavljanje stikov s tujimi učitelji in strokovnjaki na področju izobraževanja

-Spoznavanje različnih organizacij, njihov način dela in tuje sisteme izobraževanja

-Izmenjava znanja, dobrih praks in izkušenj s posamezniki in organizacijami po Evropi

V strukturiranih tečajih so se zaposleni izobraževali skupaj z udeleženci iz različnih evropskih držav ob predstavitvah, predavanjih, s skupinskimi metodami dela in simulacijo resničnih situacij.

Vodja projekta:

Martina Kramarič
martina.kramaric@bc-naklo.si
+386 (0)4 277 21 01

 

Opis mobilnosti:


SPAIN – “Satisfying school – strategies and skills for teachers”

By Rok MIŠČEVIČ, Nina MODRIJAN, Jana KORITNIK

We attended practical training in Barcelona between 24th and 30th June 2018 as a part of an Erasmus+ project. It was a very active and practical experience. Our group consisted of participants from all over Europe (Germany, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Austria and Slovenia).

The main topic of our training was making teaching a satisfying profession. We got acquainted with the key factors that lead to stress and burnout in workplace. We learned how to use specific strategies and didactic approaches, such as mindfulness and positive psychology to cope with stress in a classroom. We learned how to recognize and prevent stress and stressful situations in school. We also got a chance to exchange and discuss good practices with colleagues from other countries and with our trainer.

We also got to see the main attractions of Barcelona and tested some traditional food and drinks. All in all it was a wonderful experience, useful for our professional and personal life. I would recommend this training to all teachers.


SPAIN - "Identifying barriers to learning"

By Tadeja FRIČOVSKY, Neža PIRIH ZUPAN

We attended five days course about learning difficulties named "Identifying Barriers to Learning". The training activities were held in Barcelona, Spain. It was a great opportunity to deepen the knowledge in the field of learning difficulties, get to know positive practices from other European countries and share, compare ideas about that topic. Our training group was formed by school counsellors, principal assistant, principals, teachers and school nurse from Sweden, Portugal (Madeira), Germany, Turky and Slovenia.

The course was focusing on Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and ADD/ADHD. Firstly we learned about identifying signs and causation of different Specific Learning Difficulties. Furthermore we were presented by different strategies for working with pupils with these specifics. We exchanged good practices and discussed about school policies with our colleagues from other countries and our trainer Angela that originates from UK. In the afternoon some time was left to visit the main sights of Barcelona. The city was deeply influenced by a famous architect Antoni Gaudi. He has designed many of the most famous sights in Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, Casa Mila (La Pedrera)....We have seen some of his work and it is really breath taking.


SPAIN – "Building team spirit in the classroom"

By Peter RIBIČ

Dejstvo je, da tudi učitelji, predavatelji in drugi strokovni delavci v šolah ter izobraževalnih institucijah potrebujemo dodatna strokovna izobraževanja. Napredek stroke, nove tehnologije, novi pedagoški pristopi … zahtevajo nenehno nadgradnjo znanja, ki jo posameznik lahko pridobi le v skupinah zunaj matične šole. S tem spoznaš nove kolege, drugo kulturo, okolje, s tem pa tudi mnogokrat povsem nov pogled na svoje življenje in delo.

Tako sem se v preteklem letu junija udeležil profesionalnega seminarja v Valenciji, čudovitem mestu Španije na vzhodni obali Sredozemlja, kjer smo v zasebni šoli Esmovia teden dni reševali probleme, spoznavali nove tehnike in pristope k poučevanju v razredu. Seminar z naslovom Building team Spirit in the Classroom (Krepitev timskega duha v razredu op.p.) je vodil italijanski učitelj Mario Gabrielle, slušatelji pa smo bili iz Litve, Romunije, Poljske in Slovenije. Mešana druščina je že v samem začetku nakazovala na veliko raznolikost, ki prav tako velja tudi znotraj evropskega prostora. Drugačne kulture, drugačna preteklost in razvitost države znotraj Unije so nam pokazale, da se v razredu srečujemo s podobnimi problemi, k reševanju le-teh pa navadno pristopamo na različne načine. Tovrstna srečanja so zato najboljša za odpiranje oči, bogatenje znanja in izkušenj ter spletanje novih poznanstev širom Evrope.

V enotedenskem seminarju smo spoznavali vsebine, kot so motiviranje in vodenje razreda, povezovanje v različne skupnosti in spodbujanje kreativnosti, psihologija množice in obvladovanje konfliktov, delitve vlog v razredu, dinamika dela in še mnoge druge. Teden je minil mnogo prehitro in poleg novih znanj, sem imel priložnost spoznati tudi samo mesto, ki je prečudovito. Bogata španska kultura, visoke poletne temperature ter prijetni ljudje so mi ostali v izjemno prijetnem in trajnem spominu, nova spoznanja, ki sem jih pridobil na izobraževanju, pa mi koristijo pri pedagoškem delu, ki ga opravljam z največjim veseljem.


United Kingdom - "Intensive English Course regarding project management"

By Ana AMBROŽIČ

In August 2018 I went to London to upgrade my English speaking skills. I had a very intense week at Edgware Academy, attending three English sessions a day. In the morning, I attended advanced class, in the middle of the day I had one hour of conversation and in the afternoon I took intermediate class where I had the opportunity to refresh my previously gained knowledge. My classes ended at 5 pm every day, so I didn't have a lot of time for sight-seeing, but I didn't mind it much, because I've already been to London in the past. I just walked and cycled the streets of London and absorbed the city pulse, which was a great experience. As Virginia Wolf said: "To walk alone in London is the greatest rest" - and it really was - a rest from everyday life.


MALTA - "English course regarding agriculture, horticulture and food-processing"

By Kristina FRLIC, Ana KAVČIČ KARNIČAR, Sonja JERIČ ŠTEFE, Polona TERAN, Tadeja POLAJNAR, Nataša ŠINK

Six teachers who are working in the field of horticultural culture, agriculture and food) have made us attending the English language course for teachers in November 2018, through the Easy School of Languages in Valetta, Malta. We have been divided into two groups of different levels of difficulty. The course is held every day, intensive from 9 to 15 hours. Every day we discussed a new topic and at the same time learn about the courtesy world of English-speaking areas. We also had the opportunity to attend a special lecture, where the focus was on pronunciation. The afternoon time was used for sightseeing of Malta, namely the cities of Valetta, Rabat and Mdina, the fishing village of Marsaxlokk, and the cultural and historical sights of these cities. Also local cuisine was very tasty.