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Infant education basque country

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Infant Education Basque Country

Infant Education Basque Country

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  • 1. Infant Education in the Basque Country
  • 2. Basque Autonomous Community
  • 3. Educational System
    • Compulsary Education: age 6-16
    • Infant Education (non-compulsory)
      • First cycle: age 0-3
      • Second cycle: age 3-6
  • 4. Types of schools in Infant Education Public network Publicly subsidized/Private network BASQUE GOVERNMENT Nursery schools............ ........ age 0-2 (e.g. visit in Bilbao) Pre-primary & Primary schools.age 2-6 (e.g. Hiruarteta Primary School) Local Authorities Municipal Nursery schools.…….age 0-3 (e.g. visit to Barakaldo) Private (BBK, schools…) 0-3 Private & subsidized 0-16
  • 5. Students age 0-16 Public Schools ( figures from the Basque School Board 2007-2008 )
    • Cycle age 3-6 58.939 students
    • Primary Education (6-12) 107.329
    • Compulsory Secondary 68.881
    • Education (12-16)
    • Public network 47.2% students
    • Private/subsidized 52.8%
  • 6. Educational Provision 0-6 figures 2007-2008 Basque School Board
    • 100% age 3-6
    • 92,3% age 2
    • 33,1% age 0-2
  • 7. Influential Factors I Evolution of Birth rate (figures from the Basque School Board)
    • The birth rate in Euskadi is one of the lowest in Europe. Growing
    • at an average rate of over 2% annually.
    • The average age of first-time mothers is 32.
  • 8. Foreign population in the BAC. 1998-2010
    • The foreign-born population rose from 15,130 in 1998 to more than 139,229 in 2010
    Foreign-born population 7% immigrant students( Compulsary Education in 2008 Basque School Board) Influential Factors II
  • 9. OFICIAL LANGUAGES
    • Basque
    • Spanish
    Influential Factors III
  • 10. Social Measures for Family support 0-6
    • Financial support (grants)
    • Labor policy (work reduction)
    • Campaigns (Co-Responsability)
  • 11. The latest campaign by the Basque Government
  • 12. Other Institutions involved in Education
    • Departments of Labour and Social Welfare
    • Provincial Councils ( e.g. S.E.N. age 0-3 )
    • Town Halls (e.g. Gugaz aurrera- With us forward)
    • Emakunde (awareness campaigns)
  • 13. Educational Resources 3-6
    • Speech therapy, physiotherapy, Educational Support Specialist, Sign language, monitoring school attendance of Romani students …
    • In the school and according to the characteristics of students .
  • 14. Public provision age 2-6 General Features
    • Pre-primary & Primary schools 2-12.
    • Timetable 9:00-16:30
    • English starting at the age of 4
    • Support:
    • - entry at 8:30
    • - dining hall
    • - sleep time
    • - out of school activities
    • - library service
  • 15. General pedagogical criteria
    • Curriculum (objectives, contents and assessment criteria 0-6)
    • Methodological guidelines :
    • - bilingualism
    • - a foreign language
    • - family relationship
    • - community relationship (festivities, participation…)
    • - attention to Diversity
    • - activities, play and a holistic approach to learning
  • 16. In-service training of teachers (out of school time)
    • Courses held out of school hours
    • (Irale, Garatu).
    • Courses held during school hours, leave of absence and provision of supply teacher (basque, english and other project related…)
  • 17. School based In-service training of teachers
    • Training and Innovation projects
    • Courses and assistance derived from the priority areas of the Department of Education :
    • - Inclusive School
    • - School 2.0
    • - Multilingual Education
    • - Diagnostic assessment and Improvement plans
  • 18. Educational Support Services
    • Berritzeguneak (in-service training, innovation, resources, guidance and support…)
    • CRI (resource center for the blind)
    • CEIDA (center for Environmental Education )
    • ISEI-IVEI (The Basque Institute of Evaluation and Research in Education)
    • Barnetegiak (camps for children to promote the use of basque, english)
  • 19. Eskerrik asko!!!!!

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