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KA1 - Movilidad de las personas por motivos de aprendizaje

1. CONTEXT

Tirso de Molina is a state-funded, bilingual-education school which comprises ESO (compulsory


mandatory education) and Bachillerato (A-Levels), and faces particularly demanding performance. It
is located in Puente de Vallecas, a district in Madrid, and there are 85 teachers working here in two
shifts:

Morning shift: 899 students of over 30 nationalities with ages ranging between 12 and 20.

Evening shift: 267 students aged 18 and over.

The districts main characteristics are as follows:

- High migration rates


- High rates of unemployment and divisiveness
- High rates of absenteeism and early school leaving

The need to provide bilingual education to the district stands out among the schools priority efforts.
The ultimate goal is to match the districts educational opportunities with those of other areas of
Madrid and to offer quality teaching that favours meaningful learning, as well as the students
integration into the job market.

2. PROJECT HISTORY/BACKGROUND

The school has taken part in various international projects since the Bilingual Programme was
implemented in the 2010/11 school year, one of them being the Comenius programme, which started in
2012. Since then several departments have launched E-Twinning projects. In addition, the school takes
part in the Global Classrooms international competition and organises a student exchange with the
Schadow Gymnasium, a secondary school in Berlin. What is more, the school participates in a
language immersion programme with English-speaking supervisors.

3. GOALS

1. To improve the linguistic competence of those teachers responsible for subjects taught in
English.
2. To implement knowledge and work techniques based on Content and Language Integrated
Learning (CLIL).
3. To become familiar with a new system of implementing CLIL in order to incorporate new good
practice into our educational system and enhance student linguistic competence.
4. To help our Swedish partner throughout the implementation of CLIL methods.
5. To learn new skills and strategies in the field of EFL teaching.
6. To know and to analyse the factors which make Sweden a point of reference in regard to
student civic education and to assess their good practice to implement it in our school.
7. To expand the internationalisation of our school.
8. To learn about new school management models.

Avda. de la Albufera 144


28038 Madrid
Telfono: 91 303 31 73
Fax: 91 380 12 52
Correo electrnico: tirsointernacional@gmail.com
4. NUMBER AND PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS

The educational community in its entirety will benefit from and participate in this project (every
managerial level and body in the school is involved at some stage of the process). However, the
participants who will actually travel will be eight and the selection criteria, stages and boards are
clearly defined and based on principles of equality, transparency and coherence.

5. ACTIVITIES

1. Training course or activities abroad


2. Learning through observation

6. METHODOLOGY

The following criteria will be applied through the execution of the project: transparency, coherence,
democracy, equality, inclusion, sustainability and maximal exploitation.

7. RESULT DESCRIPTION

1. Each travelling participant will implement a project related to the general goals mentioned
above.
2. Proposals for enhancement plans of annual reports and departmental sillabi.
3. Self-assessment of the bilingual programme implementation in our school.
4. Assessment of the documents and procedures we have offered our partner for the
implementation of CLIL methods.
5. Implementation of new EFL teaching techniques in the English department which will bring
advances and serve as the base for a project by the travelling participants.
6. Familiarisation with and implemention of Swedens good practice with regard to civic
education in order to incorporate what is considered appropriate in the new Plan for
Coexistence and in the PEC (School Educational Project) with the purpose of reducing
divisiveness.
7. Creation of an interdisciplinary team in the school to expand its internationalisation.

8. IMPACT

The repercussion will not be limited to students, who are the ultimate targets of the programme; it will
reach the entire educational community: teachers, departments, managerial bodies, etc, as well as those
families who participate actively in the programme. Moreover, the results will spread to educational
governing bodies (CRIF Madrid Capital (Regional Centre for Innovation and Training), Dat Capital
(Local Area Management), D.G. Innovacin (General Management for Innovation)), political bodies
(District of Vallecas Council), and social bodies (Social Services, absenteeism, etc). A Dissemination
Plan will be compiled to keep record of it all.

9. LONG-TERM BENEFITS

The good practice resulting from the participation in the Erasmus + project will be obvious through the
improvement of the annual reports, the departmental sillabi, and the schools Plan for Coexistence,

Avda. de la Albufera 144


28038 Madrid
Telfono: 91 303 31 73
Fax: 91 380 12 52
Correo electrnico: tirsointernacional@gmail.com
documents which will help towards the sustainability of the former. These efforts will be assessed and
integrated into the school in order to enhance meaningful learning on the part of our students.

Avda. de la Albufera 144


28038 Madrid
Telfono: 91 303 31 73
Fax: 91 380 12 52
Correo electrnico: tirsointernacional@gmail.com