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ACTIVITIES

 

The main activities implemented will be:

  • realization of a need analysis. The scope of the needs analysis is to collect information about the current situation, resources used and teaching strategies, main difficulties and successes experienced by a sample of teachers dealing with MLCI students. Testimonies will be collected from 40 teachers in each partner country, using a questionnaire and 5 in depth interviews. Stakeholders (local educational authorities, parents' associations, local schools' head teachers, teachers associations) will be involved in the project by enabling them to participate in a Stakeholders' Committee in every country;
  • implementation of a State of the art study reporting the best national and international practices for dealing with and supporting the learning of students with MLCI. Specialized literature, partners' practice and previous EU funded projects will be examined searching for methodologies and practical tools. Every partner will produce a working paper. The working papers, listing nationally and internationally known resources will be collected and summarized so to produce the Study on the state of the art of the learning strategies with students with MLCI;
  • drawing of a Manual "Teaching strategies with students with MLCI". The Manual will be structured with a more theoretical part and a more practical part (Tool Box) listing methodological and practical tools to use with MLCI students. The Manual will be produced in two versions, the second after the pilot, in each partners' languages;
  • producing a blueprint for a e-learning course (30 hours total) addressed to in service teachers, focused on how to support learning of MLCI students. The course will be delivered in national languages to 10 teachers in every partner country. The Manual and course will have one common part plus additional items (legal regulations, links, websites, national printed resources) appropriate for each country;


  • A need analysis
  • The aim of the needs analysis is to collect information about the current situation, resources used and teaching strategies, main difficulties and successes experienced by a sample of teachers dealing with MLCI students. Testimonies will be collected from 40 teachers in every partner country, using a questionnaire and 10 in depth interviews. As well, a focus group with every national Stakeholders' Committee will be carried out to discuss main findings. A working paper on the state of the art
  • The working paper will review best national and international practices for dealing with and supporting learning of students with MLCI. Specialized literature, partners practice and previous EU funded projects will be examined searching for methodologies and practical tools.

  • The manual Teaching strategies with students with MLCI
  • The Manual will have 2 parts. Part 1 will be more theoretical, while part 2 (Tool Box) will list methodological and practical tools to use with the students such as observation grids and the Individual Learning Plan. The Manual will be translated in every partner's language and will be available for download from the project website.

  • The training course
  • The content of the 30 hour e-learning training course/programme will be based on the Manual. The training course will be practical, and will contain self assessment exercises for the teachers, as well as tools for the day to day monitoring of class activities and practical suggestions and exercises.

  • The Guidelines for Teachers working with students with MLCI
  • The Guidelines will be based on the main principles and lessons learned in the pilot carried out in the project.
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    Reference number: 526283-LLP-1-2012-1-IT-COMENIUS-CMP