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DEAR: Global Schools

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Transcript of DEAR: Global Schools

Global Schools
Policy level
Decision-makers and Civil servants
at LOCAL and NATIONAL level (154 pax)
&
Primary school MANAGERS (152 pax)

with
exchange of best practices, trainings, Guidelines and research & case studies
International Scientific Committee
Technical level
Teachers (2,100 pax)

with
innovative teaching practices & educational kits, trainings and
future peer-to-peer trainings
Day 3 of Kick off
More on:

Research team

Views and approaches on the topics

Terms

Research Questions
LATVIA:
Rezekne Municipality
SPAIN:

Diputacion Provincial de Zaragoza (DPZ)


IRELAND

1. St. Patrick's College of
Education

2. Tròcaire
UNITED KINGDOM

Cumbria Development
Education Centre (CDEC)
AUSTRIA

1. Land Tyrol

2. Südwind Agentur
PORTUGAL

Instituto Politécnico
de Viana do Castelo
FRANCE

1. Ville de Dunkerque

2. Le Partenariat
Embedding

Global Education
in primary school
policies & teaching practices

10 COUNTRIES
17 PARTNERS

6 ASSOCIATES
CZECH REPUBLIC

People in Need (PIN)
BULGARIA

1. Serdika District (Sofia Municipality)

2. Expert Support Association
LATVIA:
Rēzekne Municipality
ITALY

1. Autonomous Province Trento (PAT)

2. Training Centre for International Cooperation (TCIC/CFSI)

3. Marche Region

4. Comunità Volontari per il Mondo (CVM)
SPAIN:

Diputacion Provincial de Zaragoza (DPZ)


IRELAND

1. St. Patrick's College of
Education

2. Tròcaire
UNITED KINGDOM

Cumbria Development
Education Centre (CDEC)
AUSTRIA

1. Land Tyrol

2. Südwind Agentur
FRANCE

1. Ville de Dunkerque

2. Le Partenariat
CZECH REPUBLIC

People in Need (PIN)

ASSOCIATES

1. Regione Piemonte (Italy)
2. Consorzio ONG Piemontesi (COP - Italy)


4. Municipio de Viana Do Castelo (Portugal)
5. Fundação Gonçalo da Silveira (Portugal)
6. Centro de Intervenção para o Desenvolvimento Amilcar Cabral (CIDAC, Portugal)
Social level
Pupils, parents and ordinary citizens

through
awareness raising
3. Ville de Lille (France)
Who do we target?
International Steering Committee

Composed by 1 representative for each Co-applicant, and 2 for the PAT.
Chaired by the PAT
Meets on a six-month basis

Tasks
:

> Responsible for overall coordination and monitoring of the Project
> Facilitates alignment of strategies and sharing of experiences;
> Decides on any major budget changes;
> Responsible for the settlement of any disputes among project participants;

Country Steering Committees

Composed by 1 (or more) representative for each LA/CSO in those country where there is more than one Partner/Associate

Tasks
:

> Responsible for overall coordination and monitoring of the Project at country level
> Articulates roles and responsibilities among Partners
> Gathers LAs representatives of both Cooperation and Education Offices

Country Experts Groups
Composed by 5-7 national and local GCE and curriculum development experts from academia, teachers' education institutions, CSOs, LAs, schools

Tasks
:
> Provide scientific and experience based support for realizing activities
> Provide inputs on how to implement Guidelines where existing or how to develop guidelines where are yet in place
> Identify concepts and themes to be developed in didactic tool-kits
> One representative per country is part of the International Scientific Committee

Bottom-up
Multi-level
Multi-stakeholder
Composed by 1 representative of each country Experts Group in those country where there is more than one Partner/Associate
Coordinated by Portugal team

>>>
Invited to meetings also external experts from e.g. GENE, North South Centre, Concord, DARE Forum, DEEP...

Tasks
:
> Facilitate sharing of experiences
> Knowledge sharing on
Guidelines
developed at country level
> Identify key principles and minimum standards
Who do we target?
How do we work?
What do we do?
How do we work?
What do we do?
Research
Comparative and qualitative on
trainings of teachers

Provide
policy recommendation
on
Guidelines
on how to integrate GL into
teachers' training
[>>Experts Groups >>Int. Scientific Committee]

Overview of policies, practices and curricula in all 10 countries

Analyze the training of teachers
in 4 countries
4 CASE STUDIES:

Austria
Czech Republic
Ireland
Italy
LAs decision-makers training
International training on the role of LAs in Global Education (Trento, Fall 2015)

>> 2 representatives of LAs in each partner country and Associated partners

>> Exchange of best practices to integrate GL in formal education
LAs training at country level
Country trainings on the role of LAs in Global Education in 5 Countries:

Italy (2 courses), France (1 seminar), Spain (2 courses) , Austria (2 courses), UK (3 courses), Czech Rep (1 course)

Purpose
: to facilitate a more active role of LAs in Global Education
Production of
GL Educational Resources
Tool-kits & materials in 9 languages
to support teachers in embedding GL
in their disciplines

>> Supervised by country level
Experts Groups

>> Produced by
Working Groups
of CSOs, LAs, and teachers

Piloting/Test of Teaching resources
in
selected schools
Local Network of teachers
and Schools in all 10 countries
An average of
14 primary schools in each partner-country
will be
'formally' included in the activities

>> Letter of commitment
>> Appoint a school-based team of 3-5 pax

>> Teachers of the schools will be involved in trainings and piloting actions

Teachers'
training programme
Pre-service and in-service teachers

>>
What
:

Introductory courses; Training of trainers;
Peer trainings

>>
Purpose
:

How to
integrate
GL in their didactic practice;

Equip
them to roll out
peer training

in their schools and elsewhere
Teachers'
Exchange Programme
Study visits in 'paired countries'

Italy >< UK
Portugal >< Ireland
Spain >< France
Austria >< Czech Republic
Latvia ><Bulgaria

[Year 2 and 3]
School-based events
[EYD and post-EYD]
Political and Technical level
Political level
Technical level
Social level-Awareness raising
Sub-granting to CSOs
[Italy, Ireland, France & Spain]
Global Education Week
[Czech Republic & Austria]
International Solidarity Week and Sustainable Development Week [France]
School Open Days & Campaigns
EXPO 2015
- Milan
...
Offline dissemination
National and international seminars & events to
present results, Guidelines, tool-kits, etc
and
set future steps

Briefings
of National and Regional Education Authorities

Participation of partners to National and International events

10 end of project National seminars
targeting policy-makers, teachers training centres, school managers ...

Final international Conference
- Italy
Online dissemination
Multilingual project
website
with contributions by all partners

PArtners websites & Social media channels

Regular activity on
Social media
by all partners

EYD2015
and post-EYD


Visual identity


Communication strategy and plan

to be discussed together
Thank you!
Dublin, 5th May 2015
NSAs and CSOs trainings
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