C1 - School reading club-learning by doing

Students from 4 different countries will communicate in English and work together, which will lead to development of 21st century skills: communication, creativity, collaboration, competitiveness.

 

Team work will be essential, because there will be contests to be won.Teachers will take part, too, in order to learn and use new teaching methods and make education more attractive and useful.

 

They will develop their personal and professional competences: communication skills, flexibility, leadership. All these skills which students and teachers will acquire are important and highly appreciated by labour market.

 

Students and teachers will visit and be introduced to Bulgarian Chitalishte/(Community Cultural Centre): practical experience in safeguarding the vitality of the Intangible Cultural Heritage-Selected in 2017 on the Register of UNESCO Good Safeguarding Practices. 

 

All participants will take part in artistic, dance, reading and game contests: professional artist will teach them how to create PROJECT LOGO, they will have traditional Bulgarian dance lesson, learn and sing Bulgarian folk songs. Best performers will be awarded prizes. Teachers-accompanying students participate in activity together, get trained and familiar with new knowledge and tools. After return they are responsible to implement new tools and project tasks to lessons and school curriculum.

C2 - 21st century skills - presentation

This activity will be held by Bulgarian coordinator as a PPpresentation and will demonstrate the knowledge of all the teachers, who have attended a teacher development course in France. Main topics:
-Cultural Peculiarities
-21st century skills- hard skills and soft skills
-Teaching and assessing soft skills

Internationalisation of schools – workshop

Using academic taxonomy for school projects about inclusion

Group work- planning and preparing school project about inclusion of disadvantaged students

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24 - 30 november 2019