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“Mens sana in corpore sano”. Food, nutrition, eating habits, health and disease at European schools as an (inter)cultural mirror.
Date du début: 7 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 6 sept. 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Project Title “Mens sana in corpore sano. Food, nutrition, eating habits, health and disease at European schools as an (inter)cultural mirror” Context/background of project The life of today’s youth, which is often marked by excess, oriented towards a material life and filled with ill-considered dietary habits, leads increasingly towards a passive attitude and mostly towards serious and long term health detriment Therefore, the goal of this project is to analyse and develop, on a European level and from an intercultural perspective, using an interdisciplinary approach and within the lesson plan of the respective school subjects (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Latin, History, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physical Education, ICT) youth-relevant questions and approaches to problems related to the topics of diet, nutrition, eating habits and related eating disorders, sports/exercise and health Young people will be made aware of and motivated to plan healthy and active dietary habits and a healthy and active lifestyle; this way they will recognize that these have an immediate influence on the how they shape their own future Objectives of your project The objectives strived for are: -Improvement of pupils’ basic and transversal skills -Reduction of the rate of school drop-outs resulting from diet-related behavioral problems -Promotion of internationalization and improvement in the quality of teaching staff and their abilities and competences as well as development of synergies between various partners on a European level -Increasing the attractiveness and visibility of each respective school Number and profile of participants The partnership is made up of six different educational institutions from Austria, France, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK The target participants are upper secondary school pupils in the ages 14–18. Working groups of approx. 16 pupils will be formed in each respective school. Every 8th (alternating) pupil will take part in transnational learning activities and will act as disseminators for their working group and school community Description of activities/ Methodology used The following activities are planned for the 2015-2017 school years addressing the aforementioned topics: Content/regional/intercultural preparations -Video statements in the respective national language and in English will be filmed: the pupils will introduce their school and their city -Preparation of teaching materials in the national language and in English, which are designed in a way that partner schools can integrate them in their own lesson plans without any problems -Teaching of lessons -Regional and intercultural preparation of the student exchange and creation of a portfolio -In-school and external dissemination events Transnational learning, teaching and education activities -Presentation of the tests implemented and their results -Exchange of and testing of lessons in each project language and in English in mixed working groups -Writing film scripts, filming, (national language and English) and editing -Awards for best creative student products -In-school and external dissemination events -Exchange with non-participating institutions via Blended Mobility Activities Short description of the results The following results are planned for each respective project topic: lesson plans, Power-Point presentations, portfolios, questionnaires, interviews, brochures, exercise journals, film scripts, and information and prevention videos. The distribution of all multilingual and interdisciplinary project results is planned, so that these can be used in other schools and countries (homepage, eTwinning, regional and national education servers); the lesson plans developed during the project can also be adopted in bilingual lessons of various school subjects or in a series of lessons. Short description of the impact envisaged The results strived for are as follows: -Improvement of pupils’ basic and transversal skills -Reduction of school drop-out rates -Strengthening of teaching staff‘s didactic skills -Improved internationalization -Sensitizing and making society aware of the European dimension of education and of its priorities -Improvement of attractiveness and visibility of the school’s location Potential longer term benefits After completion of the project, material as well as immaterial results will continue to be available and can be used by further stakeholders. In addition, appropriate tools will be implemented, which constitute a substantial and economic resource for ensuring sustainability. As a result of the activities realized and the achievable results, the following additional long-term benefits can result from the project: -Impulses for further development -Inspiration for third parties and transfer of project results to new areas -Promotion of the European added valued resulting from Erasmus+ and motivation to participate in the program



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