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Jobshadowing and teaching abroad

Apr 15, 2018

Project Context

Year

2017

Scope

European project

More Info

  • Country of the applicant: Netherlands
  • Countries of the partner organisations: Scotland

 

Project Context

Year

2017

Scope

European project

More Info

  • Country of the applicant: Netherlands
  • Countries of the partner organisations: Scotland

 

Lead Organisation Information

Name of the lead organisation

Stichting pcpo capelle krimpen

Funding

  • Type (public, private, etc): Public
  • Name of the funding programme: Erasmus +, KA1, Mobility project for school staff
  • Amount: 2100 euros

Type of activity

Concrete activities / learning mobility scheme

Sector

Sport and Physical Activities

Description of the initiative

  • Primary schools in the Netherlands work on a policy to teach English as a second language from the start  (group one).
  • The experience with foreign entrant shows that especially P.E. course a very positive contribution to the rapid understanding and grasp of words in their context.
  • The job shadowing has to improve the technical English and also we can learn about the methods and didactics . Because in our school surroundings we have a cricket and rugby club we will also learn at sports club about this games. And to practise we will teach also P.E. at the children in Scotland.

Beneficiaries Information

Profile

About The Mobility Experience

Country visited & duration

  • Country(ies) visited: Scotland
  • Duration: 5 days

Factors of success

  • Quality of the partnership
  • Clear learning outcomes
  • Practical and easy-to-use support to the learner
  • Framework to recognise the acquired skills
  • Willingness from both sending and host organisations to share expertise

Barriers identified

  • Lack of encouragement and guidance from relevant organisations
    • Overcome during the initiative: Yes

Testimonial from a participant

“The participants were very enthusiastic and recommend to colleagues to do it.”

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Other important information and feedback about the good practice

  • As an extra, the project leader did motoric tests with the Scottish children. So they can compare those with the Dutch’s results.

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