Gimnazjum nr 94 im. Cichociemnych Spadochroniarzy Armii Krajowej

 

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    WSPÓŁPRACA MIĘDZYNARODOWA

    Projekt ERASMUS+ 3R

    Europejskie projekty współpracy międzynarodowej w praktyce szkolnej

    Współpraca na rzecz innowacji i dobrych praktyk. Partnerstwa strategiczne- współpraca szkół.

    Tytuł: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    Projekt podejmuje temat zrównoważonego rozwoju.

    Akronim: 3R

    Projekt edukacyjny realizowalny przez pięć placówek:

    1.Szkoła koordynująca:

    Collège La Source

    Rue Clémenceau; 57360 AMNÉVILLE LES THERMES, Francja

    2. Szkoła partnerska:

    I.I.S.S.F. Caracciolo g. da Procida

    Via Principe Umberto 40; 80079 PROCIDA, Włochy

    3. Partnerska Instytucja edukacyjna:

    Palatul Copiilor

    Str. Oituz no 24; 600266 BACAU, Rumunia

    4. Szkoła partnerska:

    Gimnazjum nr 94 im. Cichociemnych Spadochroniarzy AK

    ul. Na Uboczu 9; 02-791 WARSZAWA

    5. Szkoła partnerska:

    Talatpasa Ortaokulu

    Cicek Mahallesi 1638/1 Sokak No: 2; 35540 BAYRAKLI-IZMIR, Turcja

    Projekt 3R czyli Reduce Reuse, Recycle – mobilność do Włoch

    W ramach projektu w kwietniu 2016 roku cztery nauczycielki z naszej szkoły pani Ewa Rysińska, Oknasa Kinasz, Magdalena Malejko, Jolanta Waśkiewicz odwiedziły włoską szkołę partnerską. Była to Instituto Nautico znajdująca się na wyspie Procida, niedaleko Neapolu. Uczniowie tej szkoły zaprezentowali przybyłym gościom, czyli uczestnikom projektu z Rumunii, Francji i Turcji swoje osiągnięcia związane z projektem. Pokazali, jak dbają o środowisko, jak badają podczas lekcji czystość wody. Nasze panie wiele się nauczyły obserwując zajęcia chemii praktycznej oraz lekcję plastyki wykonywanie dzieł sztuki z recyklingu. Włoscy uczniowie zwiedzili naszą wystawę pokonkursową, złożoną ze zdjęć związanych z projektem 3R. Wystawa cieszyła się dużą popularnością. Odbył się też video czat polskich uczennic z klasy trzeciej w Warszawie z włoskimi uczniami w Procidzie. Po powrocie do Warszawy wielu uczniów naszego gimnazjum obejrzało podczas lekcji przywiezione przez nauczycielki prezentacje, mogło tez zapoznać się z efektami działań innych szkół partnerskich uczestniczących w projekcie. Metody badania stanu zanieczyszczania wody zostały sprawdzone i przeprowadzone podczas lekcji w Kampinosie z panią Sylwią Wąsowską – Cypel.

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    Opis placówek edukacyjnych

    Ad. 1 Collège La Source – szkoła koordynująca

    The secondary school “Collège La source” is a public institution for pupils from 11 to 15 years old. There are 530 pupils in 4 different levels and 20 forms. Its teaching team is made up of 45 teachers and of an educational team of 7 people. The modern languages which are taught (German, English, Italian) will be of a good help for the project and for international openness.

    This school has been involved for several years into a partnership with nearby Germany. The teachers have many skills and abilities and are engaged in various cross-disciplinary team actions.

    The school is located in Amnéville, in the North East of France, close to borders with 3 different countries: Belgium (5O kms), Luxemburg (40 kms) and Germany (40kms). The city of Amnéville, as well as the whole local area, has a strong industrial tradition. It has been a land of immigrants for more than 100 years and, as such, wide-open on the world

    Industrial changes that have concerned this area have lead Amneville to develop a lot of touristic structures which have now gained international reputation ( baths, zoo, concert hall of more than 12,000 seats, indoor ski slope- the longest in Europe) This opening towards the whole world has lead the inhabitants and the local authorities to seriously consider the issue of the preservation of natural resources, which involves the topic of material recycling.

    In Amnéville, there are 11,000 inhabitants in a local area of more than 60,000.Amnéville has its own greenhouses, its own maintenance workshops. The city is part of a community of cities which handles the collection of household wastes and its recycling. In this partnership, we intend to work with the city but also with this community of cities.

    The creation of 3 different thermal resorts which welcome people taking the waters at the spa as well as people taking care of their body (SPA) has been followed by a new thinking about water and its preservation. The secondary school works in close partnership with 2 local high schools project.

    Ad. 2. I.I.S.S.F. Caracciolo g. da Procida

    It is school a Secondary School. There are many courses: Nautical, Scientific, Language and Social Science Courses

    The Nautical course prepares students to become Captains and Engineers to sail all over the world.

    We cooperate with some important Shipping Companies and the local Government. The other courses are about languages and scientific subjects.

    Ad. 3. Palatul Copiilor

    Bacau Children`s Palace is a non-formal educational institution where students come after the compulsory program in basic schools in which they are enrolled. They are coming here to enhance their native skills or to achieve new competence and abilities. For these purposes they have many clubs, coordinated by skillful teachers in different curricular areas: artistic, technical or sport fields. Each club enrolls minimum 90 students in every school year. Students take classes one day per week, during 2 hours per session, including week-end days. Children`s Palace are a public body organization, where classes are free of charge for students, teachers being paid by Romanian Ministry of Education. Palatul Copiilor had branches in other small cities of the Bacau County: Targu Ocna, Onesti, Buhusi, Comanesti, Moinesti. All of these branches are managed by the same headmaster, who works in our main school, Palatul Copiilor from Bacau city. In all these places are in activity 45 teachers. They are teaching in non-formal way about painting/drawing, fashion design, textile arts, sport (handball and judo), pop music, folk music, computer, English culture, journalism, health aid, drama, modern or traditional dance and guitar.

    Ad. 4. Gimnazjum nr 94 im. Cichociemnych Spadochroniarzy AK

    Gimnazjum no 94 is a public lower secondary school located in Warsaw. It employs 32 teachers. The number of students is 322. There are 12 classes. There are three foreign languages taught: English /mandatory/, German or Russian /students chose one of them/. The school is very close to Kabacki Forest, a recreational area for people living in the southern part of Warsaw.

    Pupils often take part in sports competitions in Warsaw. At school art exhibitions are often organized, where students can present their paintings, drawings or photographs. There are classes which focus on ICT, foreign languages and the Polish language. Students work as volunteers for the local community. The student council is responsible for school radio program.

    Ad. 5. Talatpasa Ortaokulu

    Our school has been established in 1956 and we have got a headmaster, two second headmasters, 60 teachers, also 1000 students aged between 10 to14. The school has a kindergarten 4-6 years old. Our school has got two Special Education Needs Classes with 19 students with learning difficulties and mental disabilities.

    We have a rich culture and traditions in our region. Our students come from different places. That is why we can see different cultures and traditions. Some of them are poor and some of them rich. Some of our students' parents are literate, the others are illiterate. There is a problem that our students have a little chance to join social and cultural activities. Generally they do not have opportunities to travel abroad and to improve their language skills in informal environment. Our students don't travel much so, we want to open their minds to different cultures. With this project students will provide very much opportunity to learn around Europe.

    We have kind of partners and local associated partners in our project which name is ISQP. One of partners is Bayraklı Local Education Authority. Other partner is Bayraklı Government. One of the most important partners is Public Education Centre.

    DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT

    The topic of sustainable development is a key question for all European citizens on a political but also on an economic level. Educational systems and more specifically schools in charge of educating all the children have a special responsibility. These questions are mentioned in every school curriculum of the countries in the European Union. Our project aims at promoting education to sustainable development by pointing out the problem of preservation and of the recycling of raw materials.

    All the partners involved in this project are interested in creating and developing efficient materials which would allow all the pupils to understand these questions and help them become responsible and active citizens.

    The very fact of starting to teach sustainable development to pupils from different countries in the European Union, common European projects, adds a very important value to the project.

    The line of sustainable development integrating the protection of resources is a very important lever in the process of extending the conscience of a European citizenship. The cultural and linguistic openness induced by such a project will reinforce the acquisition and the mastering of the competences targeted for each pupil in each country.

    The use by the teachers but also by the pupils of different digital tools will help acquiring a technological know-how for each pupil and will lead to improve the teachers’ abilities in this field, particularly for the teachers involved in this project. Regular exchanges will be planned as well as four European meetings in order to implement these activities.

    Thanks to this project, a better understanding of practices, of managing and of school system is expected, be it in the field of education, of training or of youth from one country to another. Therefore, at each international meeting, there will be a moment devoted to the presentation of each partner’s school system and of their teaching methods for the school community (pupils, parents, teachers) but also for the local partners  community, societies.

    Collaboration during workshops will create a privileged moment to exchange about teaching and educational practices of the different partners. These exchanges of practices are vital to improve the performance of our educational systems.

    These moments will give the opportunity to promote the priorities of the European Union concerning education. The partnership targets first the pupils who take part to the various productions, then those who participate in mobility and in  teaching actions (teachers, parents)

    This theme is very important concerning the development of the EU from an economic but also from a social point of view. Training and raising awareness to this issue among young people is therefore essential. These questions can be covered during lessons in each partner’s school. However, dealing with this issue on a European level is essential too because this problem has a global dimension. We have the ambition to give the opportunity to all the pupils involved to feel like European citizens aware of these concerns and of their impact on their own future.

    Such a committed action thought of and developed with partners from all over the Union is a hugely effective asset. The considered activities will involve various topics: sciences, technology, arts, modern languages, poetry.

    The partnership will make it easier for teachers to understand the fact that we live with different teaching methods, at the level of the European Union, but with common goals in terms of training as they are defined by the European Union.

    These exchanges of methods will be enriching and rewarding for the teachers involved in the partnership.

    Too many people feel distant from the European Union: they don’t always understand the importance of common policies for a future development. This project will benefit from a large media outreach in each country, (be it written, digital or broadcast) and the various partners are working in the same direction.

    All the informative actions for parents as well as for the inhabitants of each partner involved in the partnership will have educational effects and will promote European ideas and the concept of European citizenship