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Title: Kick-off meeting


1
Kick-off meeting
  • Móricz Zsigmond Gimnázium
  • Tiszakécske
  • 7-11 November 2007

2
Plenary opening session Håkan and Eva
  • Agenda
  • Working methods WP, working groups, tasks
    steering group
  • Presentation of WP-leaders
  • Leenderd van der Deijl
  • Raymond Linden
  • Elizabeth Tamba
  • Håkan Söderström

3
Introduction to Kick -off
  • What is ESTIA?
  • Partnership / Successful application
  • ESTIA ? What is internationalisation?
  • LLP- programme / Comenius programme
  • ESTIA-partnership and Europroject
  • What are we going to do?
  • WP and dissemination
  • How will not funded schools take part in the
    Ercomer survey? Håkan Söderström
  • Our expectations Ton van Berkel
  • Evaluation of ESTIA

4
ESTIA
  • Educating Students Through International
    Activities
  • LLP-project on how to implement
    internationalisation in schools

5
?st?a
  • In Greek mythology, Hestia is the goddess of the
    hearth, of the right ordering of domesticity and
    the family, who received the first offering at
    every sacrifice in the household.
  • (Wikipedia)

6
What isInternational dimension?
Projects
Objectives
Curriculum
Partner schools
7
Successful application Criteria Common
European quality assessment form.
The aims of the project are clear 13
The expected impact and benefits 10
Evaluation procedures 7
Dissemination 10
Management tasks/coordination 8
Communication amongst partners 9
Involvement teachers (students) 12
Curriculum / school life 10
Coherent work plan 9
Products (jointly produced) 6
Intercultural dialogue 10
8
Multi-lateral partnerships LLP(new) - Comenius
LLP two year ESTIA Comenius three years Basic Values
School development and school project No difference -same application Some LLP-projects focus more on school development (ESTIA) School development school project Different types of projects SDP teachers, school (BV) School project students (E-Uth)
One final report Lump sum (mobilities) Less paperwork/ less accountancy Annual renewal and report and finances More money for coordinator Direct costs
Assessment nationally based upon a common European score-form Assessment nationally according to own criteria
9
ESTIA-partnership
Coordinating school Danderyds Gymnasium SVERIGE
Bagsværd Kostskole og Gymnasium DANMARK
Bundesrealgymnasium Wien 19 ÖSTERREICH
Heilige Maagdcollege BELGIUM
Instituto de Educación Secundaria 'Miguel Catalán' ESPAÑA
Jõgeva Gümnaasium EESTI
Liceo Rambaldi Valeriani e Alessandro da Imola ITALIA
Lycée Hubert Clément LUXEMBOURG
Lycée Michel-Rodange LUXEMBOURG
Móricz Zsigmond Gimnázium MAGYARORSZÁG
Ramsgrange Community School IRELAND
Strabrecht College NEDERLAND
Radyr Comprehensive School WALES UK (associated/not funded)
Rigas Anglu gimnazija LATVIJA (associated/not funded)
10
Europroject - ESTIA
Europroject network 18 schools Not granted Formal structure and charter ESTIA 12 schools. Granted Two years
Bilateral exchanges Internet virtual projects individ.mobillity Big annual meeting High quality exchanges New formats
Annual meeting April/May Headmasters/teachers conference Europroject Students carry out project Eco-Rocks All schools Survey Ercomer Meeting April 2008 Headmasters/teachers ESTIA conference Eco-Rocks part of ESTIA
11
What are we going to do? Work packages
  • All schools ESTIA
  • WP 1. School Policy plan
  • WP2 . Curriculum
  • Investigation European dimension in curriculum
  • Didactical units
  • WP3. Questionnaire Ercomer
  • Optional
  • WP 4. Projects.
  • Improve existing ones
  • Try out new formats
  • WP 5. Quality
  • Certification, portfolio,
  • evaluation

12
WP 1. School Policy Plan Process more important
than paper work
13
Results/products WP 1. School Policy Plan
  • PROCESS organising meetings/talks
  • Options To do list Danderyd meeting
  • SWOT analysis
  • Report on meetings/talks
  • First draft (one page..)

14
WP 2. Curriculum
Process more important than paper work
15
Results/products WP 2. Curriculum
  • European dimension in the curriculum
  • PROCESS organising meetings/talks
  • Options to do list Danderyd meeting
  • Overview of the curricula on European dimension
    (languages, history, geography etc.)
  • Any didactical unit / jointly carried out?

16
WP 3. Survey Ercomer
17
Survey Ercomer
Presentation Dr. E. Poppe (University of Utrecht) Agreement on tasks and financial matters Kick-off
Presenting the survey to the relevant bodies and groups at school level . All schools November 2007
Translating the survey . All schools Dec. 2007-Febr.2008
Conducting the survey in all classes. All schools Sept. 2008
Processing the data. All schools Oct-Nov. 2008
Presentation of results May 2009
18
WP 4. Projects
Focusing on products
19
Results/products WP 4. Projects
  • Improve existing activities
  • Options to do list Danderyd meeting
  • SWOT analysis of existing projects
  • Adapt a running project (2008) ??
  • Collect models, best practices of a successful
    exchange (to be put on website)
  • Try out other formats of projects
  • Options to do list Danderyd meeting
  • Learn about existing projects within the
    ESTIA-partnership
  • Plan/develop an new format for a try out in year
    two

20
WP 5. Quality insurance
Focusing on products
21
Results/products WP 5. Quality insurance
  • Options To do list Danderyd meeting
  • Certificates examples / criteria
  • Portfolio content and preparation try-out
  • Evaluation procedures for projects. Focus on
    MICE-materials

22
Dissemination
  • Internationally
  • Website
  • Ercomer publications
  • Linking to similar networks
  • (ELOS?)
  • Lectures Comenius Courses
  • Collection guidelines, best practices (CD-Rom??)
  • May 2009
  • Locally, nationally
  • Websites schools
  • Linking to local networks
  • Conferences, meetings best practices.
  • Local newspapers

23
Expectations
General European citizenship / global perspective 10
Skills Motivating colleagues 8
WP1 School policy plan 9
WP1 Teams of teachers 7
WP1 Involve more teachers and students 9
WP2 Embedding international dimension 12
WP3. To learn from survey 12
WP 4 Quality international projects 10
WP5. Self-evaluation methods 6
Dissemination ESTIA on Websites schools 13
24
Interim evaluation (April 2008)
  • Identifying the objectives to be evaluated -
    steering group? Friday 9 nov.
  • Ongoing evaluation at school level
  • Sending forms to schools March 10
  • Sending back forms April 8
  • Evaluation year one Danderyd April 18

25
Final evaluation of ESTIA-project
  • Identifying the objectives to be evaluated
  • Ongoing evaluation at school level
  • Evaluation May 2009

26
Milestones and Sustainability
Jan. 08
Jan. 09
New?

Nov
April
Oct
May
1 Kick off
2 Dan- deryd
4 Final
3
27
Rooms and division in working groups
  • Group 1 Leenderd van der Deijl (chair)
  • Hans Vanhulle
  • Miguel Beguería
  • Jean Theis
  • Steve Fowler
  • Group 2
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