PROFESORES DEL IES HUELIN DE APRENDIZAJE POR OBSERVACIÓN ERASMUS+ EN FRANCIA / IES HUELIN ERASMUS+ TEAM OBSERVE TEACHING METHODS IN FRANCE

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Tres profesores del IES Huelin han realizado un aprendizaje por observación, actividad Erasmus+ COFINANCIADA POR LA UNIÓN EUROPEA, en Pont-Audemer, Normandía, Francia desde el 10 al 19 de octubre.

Los profesores fueron recibidos por sus colegas franceses con una calurosa acogida y llevaron a cabo un plan intenso, pero muy variado e interesante.

En general, han conocido las fortalezas del sistema educativo francés y, en particular, las iniciativas y estrategias más relevantes de dos centros de secundaria: Collége Louise Michel, nuestro principal centro anfitrión, y collége Pierre et Marie Curie, y dos liceos: Lycée Jacques Prévert, donde se organizó un “Erasmus Days” con una feria gastronómica con productos de los países visitados, y Lycée des Métiers Risle-Seine. En estos dos liceos coincidimos con una delegación española del IES Nuestra Señora de Alharilla de Porcuna, Jaén y una húngara del centro Pilotes Szte.

De todo lo observado podemos destacar lo siguiente:

Los profesores españoles también contribuyeron con las siguientes actuaciones: Charo Godoy con la presentación comparativa del sistema educativo español y una receta de paella, Lourdes Belmonte con una clase magistral de español a los alumnos y Emilio Guzmán, coordinador del proyecto Erasmus+, con una guía informativa sobre el proceso de solicitud de la acreditación Erasmus+, ya que nuestro centro anfitrión, Louise Mitchel, solicitará la acreditación Erasmus en la próxima convocatoria.

Finalmente, destacar la relación humana y entrañable con los profesores franceses en reuniones, comidas y visitas culturales, como al museo Memorial de Caen, a Honfleur, pueblo encantador y artístico, Pont-Audemer y Le Havre.

IES HUELIN ERASMUS+ TEAM OBSERVE TEACHING METHODS IN FRANCE

Three teachers from the IES Huelin have carried out a ‘learning by observation’, an Erasmus+ activity CO-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION, in Pont-Audemer, Normandy, France from October 10 to 19.

Warmly welcomed by their French colleagues, the IES Huelin teachers completed an intense, varied and interesting schedule of activities during their 10 days of observing the French education system.

The teachers learned about the strengths of the French system in general and about the most relevant initiatives and strategies of four schools in particular: two secondary schools, Collége Louise Michel (who hosted IES Huelin), Collége Pierre et Marie Curie and two high schools, Lycée Jacques Prévert and Lycée des métiers Risle-Seine. At Lycée Jacques Prévert, an ‘Erasmus Days’ event had been organised showcasing a gastronomic fair with products from all the countries visited in the scheme.

The visit of IES Huelin teachers to the high schools also coincided with a Spanish delegation from IES Nuestra Señora de Alharilla de Porcuna, Jaén and a Hungarian delegation from the Pilotes Szte school.

Emilio Guzman (co-ordinator IES Huelin) said: ‘from what we observed, we can highlight a number of aspects such as:

– The flexible class – with more individualised teaching, student work groups who follow their own learning pace, the use of practical and diverse activities tailored to students curricular level within an attractive an comfortable environment.

– The presence of the main Education Counsellor (CPE) – who deals with students outside class and the Education Assistants who work with students in the absence of teachers and help the teachers in class.

– The Motivational Mentors – who use techniques based on the programme of Michel Janosz, (doctor of human and applied sciences at the University of Montreal) aiming to improve the students motivation and perseverance and help prevent school dropouts.

– Facilities – with more spaces and resources and Ecological Initiatives starting with the teachers and students and activated through Ecology Form Captains.

– In professional training – an early start from age 12, more varied professional paths, a greater number of internships and aid to collaborating companies and students’.

The Spanish teachers contributed by giving a comparative presentation of the Spanish Educational System and a paella recipe (Charo Godoy) and a Spanish Master Class for the students (Lourdes Belmonte). Emilio Guzmán gave an informative guide about the application process for Erasmus+ accreditation, since the host center Louise Mitchel, is applying for Erasmus accreditation in the next call.

As a final note, the Spanish teachers highlighted the warm and endearing relationship with their French colleagues in meetings, meals and the cultural visits they enjoyed to the Memorial Museum in Caen, the charming artistic town of Honfleur, Pont-Audemer and Le Havre.

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