Desde esta sección podrá ver los proyectos Europeos ERASMUS en los que participa Colegio Carlos V
Estos proyectos han sido financiados con el soporte de la Comisión Europea. Estas publicaciones reflejan el punto de vista del autor únicamente y la Comisión Europea no se hace responsable de cualquier uso que pueda haberse hecho con la información contenida.
Our school has been participating in these Erasmus+ projects (KA 201 and KA 229) since 2017. So far we have completed three projects. Currently we have one KA 201 project and two mobility projects with students.
Since the Erasmus Department was formed in Carlos V School (Spain), we set clear objectives:
– To improve language learning and linguistic diversity.
– To improve the quality of teaching and learning of our students.
– To support the professional development of teachers.
– To encourage the use of ICT and innovative teaching methodologies.
– To strengthen the European dimension of teaching and learning.
So far the projects we have carried out are the following:
T-BOX Project (2017-1-BG01-KA201-036292)
Was our first project. One of the biggest challenges in the education system in Europe today is the early school dropout of students in grades V-VII. Upon leaving primary school, the level of demotivation among pupils at this educational stage has steadily increased. The long-term negative consequences of this trend are isolation and low educational achievement.
Most education experts share the opinion that one of the key factors influencing students’ motivation and participation in the educational process is the effective pedagogical approach, which naturally made teachers the main target group of the project. Ten organisations (5 schools and 5 training providers) from five European countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Denmark) came together in order to create an innovative educational method to support teachers of different subjects during their daily work with pupils in Grades V-VII. The overall aim of the innovative tool is to improve teachers’ abilities to stimulate active engagement and maintain a sustainable motivation for learning among students.
UNEX T-YOU Project (2019-1-BG01-KA201-0062549)
This project is based on the execution of 20 units of work that favour the comprehension and expression of our students through reading, writing and oral strategies. We will develop our students’ ability to know, to find, to understand and to read critically, so that they can make fundamental decisions.
In the same way it will enhance the acquisition of knowledge making it more meaningful for them and will allow a much more creative, personal, reflective and critical literary experience.
In UNEX T-YOU PROJECT the student is placed from this perspective as the protagonist of the action and as directly responsible for the product. This will be a fundamental skill to work with students from 14 to 16 years old.
4 Creativities Project (2019-1-BG01-KA201-062354)
The main idea of the 4 Creativities project is to create an innovative and unique educational tool to support teachers in their daily activities to provide high quality teaching and present contemporary learning opportunities to their students.
The project focuses on the development and enhancement of four different types of creativity, namely: mathematical, linguistic, scientific and artistic creativity.
The aim of the 4 Creativities project is to improve teachers’ abilities to generate creative education, leading to the creation of students who are able to think, analyse and solve everyday problems.
BALDIS Project (KA220-SCH-454BD7C3)
Finding professional solutions for teachers of the 21st century to balance work and personal life in a remote working environment. 6 partners from 3 EU countries (Spain, Poland, Czech Republic)
LEOC Project (2020-1-BG01-KA229-079171_5)
The project aims to promote a diversity approach through cultural awareness of pupils. It develops skills and opens up possibilities for pupils by increasing their creativity and awareness of different cultures, especially the cultures of the partner countries (Bulgaria, Turkey, Latvia, Portugal and Spain). Training and exchange of ideas among the teachers involved in the project.
Fheria Project (KA229-DCE57C6C)
This mobility project enables students to develop their understanding of the diversity of European cultures and languages, and helps them to acquire the skills necessary for their personal development. (Partner countries Italy and Spain)