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Präsentation bologna

  1. 1. Go Far Comenius Regio of the Emilia Romagna, Italy and Kreis Pinneberg, Germany, Schleswig-HolsteinOne beautiful place in our partner region
  2. 2. Working in a European context• The regional school administration of Kreis Pinneberg has never worked in European projects before.• There have been problems to be solved within the region and whole Schleswig-Holstein:− Schools felt short of human resources− A lack of progress after the so-called PISA-shock− Results of large scale assessments and nation-wide school tests were not satisfying− The process of integration within our society had made little progress since the late 80ies, but the political awareness about an inclusive society and school system had become stronger
  3. 3. The history of the project from the German point of view• Initialized through the Ufficio Scholastico della Emilia Romagna and just one of the three officials in the regional school administration• In 2009 a preparation meeting was organized in Parma which was followed by writing a common application for a Regio project• Different conditions of the two partners• In Italy many interested partner organisations, in Germany just the school administration, the office of social care and youth and one school ready for undersigning the contract• The official Mr.Struve leaving the administration for doing another job in the ministry of educaton• In spite of these bad conditions the decision for the project was made „in the last minute“ in June 2010• With a new crew in our regional school administration we started the project in August 2010
  4. 4. A project of little, but very important steps for our region – what it‘s all about On our way to an inclusive school  To welcome children with an immigration background  To include children with special needs in our schools‘s communities and find ways of individualized help and support Promoting mathematical and science-orientated instruction To know more about school concepts in our partner region
  5. 5. Milestones- How mobilities and face-to-face encounters motivate teachers and staff• Curiosity for the difference in the two school systems• Curiosity for the people who like to work in a European project• Curiosity for the partner region and its culture• What should we show?• Who of our staff in schools and organisations will be able to add something worthwhile?• Under which conditions will the first encounter be passed off? Enough local partners and projects to show?• How could all the chores be achieved? Time- management…
  6. 6. To motivate oneself• 7 different institutions of the Italian partner region sent out 10 guests to Kreis Pinneberg in February 2011• Tasks:− What kind of projects will be presented to our guests?− Which schools would like to show their work?− How can the public be involved? The Landrat, first official of the whole region, district chief executive, took his time to organize a welcome lunch− Talks with the regional authority− Pinneberg, so close toHamburg - how to show its appeal as a metropolitan area and profit by some cultural event
  7. 7. Key activities of the first meeting• How to organize the work in a center for children without knowledge of German as language of school instruction?• How can a primary school contribute to the task of integration with a whole day program?• How to get students back to work who neglected school attendance or don‘t visit schools anymore?• How is networking between the office of youth and social care and private partners, like „Wendepunkt- an association against violence and sexual child abuse“?• The work of a secondary school for the project „No child left behind“ and how to prepare the high risk group of school kids for getting a job after school• The project SINUS in the Kreis Pinneberg region• The work in a very small school under rural circumstances, success in maths by working with activating methods in a mixed class of 3rd and 4th graders
  8. 8. Return visit from Schulamt Pinneberg – Mai 2011
  9. 9. Learning from the partner region• Impressive people • Interesting schools‘• Other political decisions concepts and social conventions • Discussions about practise and all-day- solutions of common problems
  10. 10. Main task: „Inclusion“  Italy looks back to 30 years of inclusion  A doyen or dinosaur of a politically motivated and influenced pedagogy of inclusion of the red Bologna talks about his ideals and experiences and the actual developments in Italy-  The interesting and inspiring meating with Dott. Raffaele Iosa of MIUR in Emilia Romagna, who worked as a school inspector and former representative of the ministry of education in Rome  Controversial discussions in our own team afterwards
  11. 11. PROGETTO STRATEGICO Il progetto SeiPiù ha l’obiettivo di contrastare l’insuccesso scolastico delle seconde “W" AS TO generazioni di immigrati, WELCOME attraverso il coinvolgimento delle famiglie, delle comunità e delle Scuole, puntando alla “INTERCULTURAE” costruzione di “reti di AS OPPORTUNITY, fiducia”. NO LIMIT Al progetto partecipano quindici Istituti Tecnici e Professionali Prof. Anna Bandini della Provincia di Bologna. Docente Referente integrazione alunni stranieri AIMS 2 Defining shared practices inside schools about the reception of “A.Ferrari” students coming from a foreign country; Facilitating the entry of children and young people of otherinvolves these plans for students with disabilities, nationalities into the school and the social systems; students with DSA: Promoting a favourable welcome climate paying attention to human relations in order to prevent and remove any barriers to a full integration; To promote communication and collaboration between school and territory about the themes of welcome and intercultural education,1. Tutor for disabled students and students in the perspective of an integrated learning/training system. reported for DSA Ensuring full and effective exercise of the right to education;2. No more "mad and desperate study" Encouraging the acquisition and / or consolidation of language skills in everyday situations.3. Mixed path from school to work Time: By the arrival of a new student
  12. 12. Special projects - exemplary, meaningfulSchools show their special projects:• A tutor as a friend• Sei Piu /6+• W as to welcome, „Interculturae“ no limits• Spazio Compiti• Prove di volo
  13. 13. What seems different and meaningful to us• Obviously the Italian society is aware of its task to organize social participation and integraton of migrants.• As well as acknowledging the development of individual competencies• Fair and equal opportunities for education• Meaningful practise in schools to motivate kids and give them challenging choices to participate in a school‘s community
  14. 14. Teacher trainings in maths• In Germany • In Italy• „Math makes you strong“ • Rally matematico – good• Student activating exercises methods like „Learning • Zio tobia- relations before with stations“ calculations• Math games and logicals • Analytical geometry• SINUS – teachers working • Use of It together to find good • Intercultural math exercises with student projects with ETwinning activating methods
  15. 15. Inhaltsplatzhalter 3
  16. 16. Sustainability in PinnebergAll schools are working out their own concepts for advancing/ promoting studentsWith special needsWith migration backgroundWith dyslexiaWith maths problemsAnd also in the context ofDealing with gifted childrenSpecially interested childrenAll leaders of math conferences in schools and other interested math teachers of secondary schools will be in a teacher training with Martin Zacharias

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