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INTERNATIONAl KNOW-HOW SHARING CONFERENCE

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INTERNATIONAl KNOW-HOW SHARING CONFERENCE

as part of Erasmus + project

"
DEVELOPING TEACHING METHODS AND STRATEGIES ON THE BASIS OF

KEY COMPTENCES AND MI"

Poland 2nd March 2018
Santa Marina
students
Teachers
Books
Cooperative / mutual learning
From individuality to globalization
Strengthen oral skills
Encourage public speaking
Critical thinking
encourage initiative
Active learning
Reuse / Tool, no obligation
Work with tablets
Systemic Pedagogy
Multiple intelligences
Motivation
Inclusion
Active
Learning
Commitment
Implication
esteem
Constant
Formation

Who are we ?
Our methodology
MEANINGFUL LEARNING / PROFICIENCY
Project Working
Intercourse classes
Curricular
adaptation

adapting curricula
Teachers commitments and responsibilities
Working on the ERASMUS +
The Erasmus club is formed by our students from 2nd to 6th grade although our younger students also participate in the activities.
We add an hour to the school timetable called ERASMUS TIME.
We use all the facilities in the school in order to develop the activities.
Working on the ERASMUS + Tasks
We present the tasks. We explain the contents, the methodology that our students have to follow and the objectives to achieve.
Every task is prepared in our students' mother tongue. They presented in front of the teachers and the rest of their classmates. Then, following the indications to improve the tasks children translate the projects into English taking into account the improvements. At the end, they expose the final result of the projects.
When the task is finished, is presented to the rest of the school.
PRATDIP
Our students are highly motivated.
Children develop curiosity towards other countries.
Improvement on our students tasks
Benefits of working in the ERASMUS +
Real use of the English language as a way of communication.
"Thank you for your attention"
AIMS of the Erasmus +
Project Conclusions
To make the teaching/ learning process meaningful
To get a better approach to our students needs
To strengthen our students' skills
To improve quantitatively and qualitatively our students results
To improve the personal activity towards the learning process and the school daily life
Institutional recognition
Our students show interest on the project and get better results on the demanded tasks
Children want to be aware about everything related to to project
The project helped our students to increase their self-esteem
Frida Kahlo Project based on KC and MI
Linguistic - Naturalistic - Intrapersonal Intelligences
Visual - Spatial Intelligence
Musical Intelligence
Interpersonal Intelligence
Linguistic - Interpersonal
Intelligences
The song of Frida Kahlo by Ross Whitney
For us... success...

is to bring light to those children who live in darkness
What is success to you?
"If the child is not learning the way you are teaching,
then you must teach the way the child learns"

Rita Dunn
Poland 2018
Our experience tell us that a small school can carry out great projects.
Children notice the importance of the English language and its real use in order to be able to communicate
Hard work produces benefits
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