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It's very important to know about our different Educative Systems if we are working with schools from four countries in the European Community

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  1. 1. Denmark Finland Iceland Spain 6 When do students start at school? 7 6 3 7 When do they start Primary? 7 6 6 6 How many years do pupils stay in 7 Primary? 10 6 16 When do they finish Primary? 16 16 12
  2. 2. 30 25 20 15 Maximum 10 Minimum 5 0 Denmark Finland Iceland Spain
  3. 3. 1st class Danish Mathematics PE Art RE Music 2nd class + Science 3rd class + History and English 4th class + Swimming and Needlecraft 5th class + Woodwork 6th class + Housecraft 7th class + German (or French), Biology, Geography and Physics/chemistry 8th & 9th class + Social Studies
  4. 4. 1st class Sport, Finnish language (writing and reading), 2nd class Handcrafts, Art, Mathematics, Science, Music. 3rd class + Handcrafts, Art, Mathematics, Science, Music and English. 4th class 5th class + History and some voluntary language (but not for everyone), 6th class Science separates to Biology/Geography and Physics/Chemistry. 7th class + Science separates to Biology/Geography and Physics/Chemistry and household. Pupils can choose for the several subjects: 8th class Household, Handcrafts, Art, Language, Information Technology etc.
  5. 5. Icelandic studies, mathematics, social studies, home economics, carpentry, science studies, All grades sports and swimming, information technology/computers, civic ed., arts (10th grade excluded) 1st through 7th grade Christian studies, music 3rd through 10th grade English 5th through 10th: grade Textiles 7th through 10th grade Danish 8th through 10th grade Metal shop
  6. 6. Spanish Language, Maths, Science, English Language, All grades Religion, Physical Education, Music and Art (Drawing and Handcraft) Pupils from Information Technology applied to English Language and a Sport 6 to 8 Pupils from Information Technology and French Language 8 to 12 Pupils from One lesson per week of sailing 8 to 10
  7. 7. •School outings for three days ( 2nd year), five days (6th year), three days (8th year) •Traffic- how to behave in traffic on foot and by bike •International contacts and activities •School plays •School concerts with professional bands and classical groups and orchestras •School concerts where the pupils play and sing •Morning assembly •School competitions in football •Sports and ballgames.
  8. 8. Music Video Playing in a band Sport activities Russian cooking Environmental issues English conversation Literature course
  9. 9. Sports and courses. Dances, trips and other activities. Music. School trips. School plays. Concerts with visiting bands and more.
  10. 10. Basketball Football Handball Volleyball School of Music Rhythm and movement Theatre Spanish dancing (Flamenco) English Academy Scouts Sailing Traffic behavior
  11. 11. 8 – 1250 (o-3) (o- 8 – 1250 or 215 p.m. or 255 p.m. (4-9) (4- The school starts at 8 or 9 o´clock o´ and ends at 12, 13, 14, 15 o´clock o´ The school starts at 8:30 and ends at 14:00, 14:50, 15:30, 13:20 Monday and Tuesday: 9:00 - 13:00 and 15:00 - 17:00 Wednesday to Friday: From 9:00 to 14:00
  12. 12. DENMARK: Two long breaks and two shorter breaks during a school day FINLAND: 45 minutes and then 15 minutes break, lunch is 45 minutes. But in our school our lessons last 75 minutes. ICELAND: There are three to four breaks per day (four on the two longest days), including breakfast and lunch breaks. SPAIN: Our students only have one break from 11:30 to 12:00
  13. 13. DENMARK: Lessons and teachers FINLAND: Special education teacher. ICELAND: Teacher´ Teacher´s aid Special needs teacher. Group of people: parents, teacher, teacher´s aid, and other specialists. teacher´ SPAIN: Teachers specialized in special needs and one psychologist. Special classroom for lessons.
  14. 14. DENMARK: FINLAND: 75 minutes 75 minutes (some subjects 37 minutes) SPAIN: 1 hour ICELAND: ICELAND: (some subjects 40 minutes 30 minutes)
  15. 15. Autumn : one week in October Christmas: 10-14 days Winter : one week Easter : 10 days Summer : six weeks In May and June we have one or two days in connection with, Ascension Day, Whitsun and Constitution Day
  16. 16. Autumn holiday one week Christmas holiday two weeks Skiing holiday one week Easter Summer holiday 2,5 months.
  17. 17. Christmas Easter February We have several one day holidays, such as First Day of Summer (the last Thursday in April – more often than not people march in wintery snow storms this particular day), May First – the Proletarian day, etc. etc.
  18. 18. Christmas: Christmas: 3 weeks Easter: Easter: 1 week Summer: Summer: Teachers 1 month and 3 weeks/ Pupils 2 months and 20days. 20days. From July to September. September. We have other small celebrations along the year with 2 or 3 days off.
  19. 19. DENMARK: 1993 (with revisions) FINLAND: 1998 ICELAND: 2008 SPAIN: 2006
  20. 20. DENMARK: FINLAND: Teamwork with parents. To improve growing humanity and Pupil`s personal development as ethically good people, who can act in objective. society, give them knowledge and Imagination and self-sufficiency. skills they need in life, to educate Danish culture and others. them to value equality between people and encourage them to develop them during their lives. ICELAND: SPAIN: Everyone should have equal opportunities to Educate people with an open and critical acquire an education, irrespective of sex, spirit, with the faculty and the knowledge economic status, residential location, necessary to go adding new knowledge, religion, possible handicap, and cultural or skills… and the possibility to adapt social background. themselves to renovated situations. The main purpose of compulsory schooling A whole students’ education. is to prepare pupils for life and work in a Active and participative methodology. continuously developing, democratic society.
  21. 21. Public schools get money from the municipality. municipality. DENMARK: DENMARK: Private schools get money from the municipality and parents. parents. In every community there is educational apartment, FINLAND: FINLAND: which runs the schools. schools. The local government, although the national government ICELAND: ICELAND: funds books. books. Public schools get money from our regional Government . SPAIN: SPAIN: Schools without supports from the Government do it with the money they get from parents. parents.
  22. 22. DENMARK: DENMARK: Only few private schools. FINLAND: FINLAND: There is mostly public schools, only very few private schools. Education in Iceland has traditionally been organized within the public sector, and there are very few private institutions in ICELAND: ICELAND: the school system. Almost all private schools receive public funding. We have public schools, supported totally by our Regional SPAIN: SPAIN: Government, private schools paid for parents and concerted private schools support for our Regional Government.
  23. 23. DENMARK: FINLAND: From 6 to 16 years 9 years ICELAND: SPAIN: Through 10th grade From 6 to 16 years old
  24. 24. FINLAND: DENMARK: Parents don´t pay anything for In the public schools the parents the schools. It is in the law, that pay very little (250,00kr for the school trips and all should be school outing in 6th year). free. ICELAND: Parents provide their children with SPAIN: necessary materials such as pencils, In our school, parents pay for some colors and paper. Anything else extra curriculum activities and for must be provided by the school, having lunch. including school sponsored trips.
  25. 25. Pupils bring their own lunch. D They can buy milk and sandwiches. Free school lunch. F Everyone pays for the food itself. I Parents pay for lunch. E
  26. 26. DENMARK: Pupils have to do homework, but it varies how much they have to do FINLAND: Students have homework every day. ICELAND: 1st through 4th every day 5th graders and older receive homework ranging from 2-4 times per week. SPAIN: Yes, mainly since they are 8
  27. 27. DENMARK: The pupils attend lessons with PE and swimming ( 4th and 5th year), but there is a football team in 7th-9th class FINLAND: Sports in school gymnastic lessons: swimming, cross-country skiing, skating, orienteering, volley-, basketball, dancing, gymnastics. ICELAND: The most popular sports are football and athletics. Other sports are gymnastics, handball, bandy, jazz ballet, skiing and track and field. Swimming is taught in all grades but not practiced outside school. SPAIN: Football, handball, volleyball, basketball, karate…
  28. 28. DENMARK: Computers are used in many lessons. We have two computer rooms, some laptops and two computers in all classrooms from 1st-6th year. FINLAND: We use computer in Science, Maths, Finnish language. ICELAND: Computers are used in most subjects, such as studying 3D in arts, slide-shows for biology, researching on the Internet for different projects, making short movies in history, etc. It is safe to say that metal shop does not do much with computers. SPAIN: Since January, every student (in the 5th and the 6th level) has a netbook paid for the Regional Governent they can use along the years they are going to stay at school. They complete activities using it in every subject.
  29. 29. DENMARK: Pupils are taught Christianity in 1st – 6th year. In 7th year many pupils are prepared for confirmation and in 8th – 9th year they are taught religion. Every year at Christmas all pupils go to church. When we meet for morning assembly we pray the Lord`s Prayer. FINLAND: In Finland there is one religion lesson in a week. ICELAND: There are no religious services at school but as decreed by the National Icelandic Curriculum Christian studies are taught from 1st through 6th grade and religious studies from 7th through 10th grade. SPAIN: Every group has lessons of one hour and a half per week. We have some religious services along every term according with the main celebrations in our Catholic calendar. Years 8 and 9 are prepared for First Communion.