Moving forward with key competences

2018 03 Workshop23 Schülerinnen und Schüler sowie 12 Lehrkräfte aus Polen, Ungarn, Italien und der Türkei sind zur Zeit Gast am Clemens-August-Gymnasium.

Die Jugendlichen sind bei ihren Gastgebern aus der 10a, 10b, 10d und der 10F untergebracht. Gemeinsam mit ihnen arbeiten sie diese Woche in Workshops im Rahmen des von der EU geförderten Erasmus+-Projektes „Moving forward with key competences“. Schulleiterin Annette Ovelgönne-Jansen begrüßte gemeinsam mit Martin Liebske heute alle Beteiligten herzlich, hob die Bedeutung des Miteinanders von jungen Europäern in der Projektarbeit hervor und wünschte allen Teilnehmern eine erfolgreiche Woche. Danach ging es sofort in zwei von Frau Niemeyer und Herrn Hirschmann organisierte Kennenlernworkshops.

Im Rahmen des Erasmus+ Projektes erstellten Schüler der Klasse 9F einen Film, in dem sie einen Eindruck von Cloppenburg vermitteln.

Drei Jahre nach dem erfolgreichen Abschluss des letzten Europaprojektes arbeitet unsere Schule in den nächsten zwei Jahren wieder in einem multilateralen Projekt. Die Partner kommen aus Polen (Bytom), Ungarn (Tata), Italien (Adria) und Türkei (Canakkale).

Our main motivation for starting a new Erasmus+ project is increasing the level of basic skills in the field of secondary education. The project we have prepared is multidisciplinary and inter-disciplinary and aims to foster key competences, especially regarding maths, science and literacy.

Acquiring basic skills in literacy, mathematics and science at school is crucial for the development of key competences in all further learning. These skills evolve throughout the course of learning when students deal with more difficult information with understanding and develop qualities such as problem solving, critical thinking, initiative and creativity. Key competences in the shape of knowledge, skills and attitudes are fundamental for each individual in a knowledge-based society. They provide added value for the labour market, social cohesion and active citizenship by offering ability to adapt to constant changes. We have studied the needs of the schools and students thoroughly. The data we collected proves that there are students who cannot read properly, have made little progress in mathematics skills and lack other basic competences. The percentage of low-achieving students in some schools is very high and the exam results show that these schools need support to reduce their number.

In this project, students will plan a school trip abroad to a partner country: Poland → Turkey → Hungary → Italy → Germany → Poland.

They will have to prepare the programme, choose accommodation, transport and prepare a presentation or a leaflet/brochure advertising this trip.

https://live.etwinning.net/projects/project/138696

  • Adria, Italy
  • Bytom, Poland
  • Cloppenburg, Germany
  • Cannakale, Turkey
  • Tata, Hungary

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