Dr JAUFMANN MITTELSCHULE BOBINGEN
RINCÓN DE LA VICTORIA
ÇORUM / AYFONKARAHISAR
MEHMETÇIK ANADOLU LISESI / SULUMENLI IMAN HATIP ORTAOKULU
When teaching we come across students with special educational needs (SEN) who also have to be grown as active European citizens with global conciousness, overcoming all kind of obstacles between them and the rest of society along their daily life, a society which is becoming more and more European.
Throughout this project we will to share experiences with schools that work with this kind of students and learn from each other. Teachers and students will have the chance to visit inclusive schools as well as other centers which offer courses for young people who are over 18 but also need to fulfill their aprenticeship to develop the necessary skills to make a professional career which allows them to have an independent future and if possible a way of living.
- to build inclusive schools providing a positive and tolerant environment, without discrimination or segregation.
- support inclusion for all kind of students with or without special needs.
- Provide a motivation in learning and support their selfsteem and selfconfidence.
- Upbring pupils in respect towards democracy and human rights.
- Promote European citizenship, tolerant and comprenhensive.
- To show respect to social and cultural diferences.
There will be 2 participants per mobility according to the following schedule:
- MEHEMTÇIK ANADOLU LISESI, Çorum, Turkey (November, 2019)
- SMÁRASKÓLI, Kópavogur, Iceland (April, 2020)
- SULUMENLI IMAN HATIP ORTAOKULU, Afyonkarahisar, Turkey (2020-2021)
- Dr JAUFMANN MITTELSCHULE, Bobingen, Germany ( 2020-2021)
- IES BEZMILIANA, Rincón de la Victoria, España (May, 2020-2021)
This project will create international cooperation among not only students but also teachers who will develop themselves professionally thanks to training, seminars, meetings, and conferences. They will observe the education system of their partners and integrate the positive sides to their lesson plans for the next generation.
Funded by European Comission
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During our last LTT meeting in Bobingen, we did the project "Time Capsule" together with our guests from Malaga, Spain; Corum, Turkey; Afyon, Turkey. After a short discussion and brainstorming about the task, all the students thought about what they want and wish...
One of the activities carried out by students at IES Bezmiliana in Rincón de la Victoria was preparing their TIME CAPSULE. Students who started in the Project in 2019 are now in their last year and wrote their wishes for future. Then they hide the capsule in the...
Early this year students from MEHMETÇIK ANADOLU LISESI in Çorum, Turkey wrote their wishes and thoughts for future, either personal or general for Humanity. They dug a hole in the garden and put their capsule together with their teacher Aysegül Eker Çirak.
Students from SULUMENLI IMAN HATIP ORTAOKULU in Afyon, Turkey enjoyed doing the time capsule activity in their school yard. They wrote their wishes and also some experiences they have enjoyed during the Project and placed it in the school garden together with their...
Students in 6th and 7th grade at Smáraskóli, watched, in small groups of 4-5, a short video about the life of an autistic boy called Dagur. In the animated video, Dagur explains how it is to be him. How life at school is. How he can be sensetive to sounds and what...
Students in 5th grade at Smáraskóli participated in a time capsule project and a few of our younger students also helped. The task was to create the perfect inclusive school environment, for the future. The students came up with different approaches, including...
Students in the 4th year of ESO at IES Bezmiliana watched the film “CAMPEONES” and had a debate afterwards. They realized how people considered as with less abilities can teach us something and are also able top play basketball and do many other things. Being...
From 2nd to 6th of May 2022, according to Spanish National Agency, IES Bezmiliana hosted German and Icelandic teams which could not travel last November as scheduled due to COVID restrictions. This time, only 2 students and 2 teachers from Germany and 2 teachers...
At the same time we did C4 Virtual Mobility with Germany and Iceland due to COVID fast increasing numbers which prevented them from travelling. It was hard to manage both mobilities at the same time but we could do on line sessions every time we were at school...
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