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SMART - Science, Maths and Relevant Technology
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2018 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

SMART Science, Maths and Relevant Technology Needs Needs addressed for the organisations involved: real world learning, thematic lessons connected to live experimentation, and every teacher involved using ICT to update, develop and deepen Best Practice. We need to catch the interest for Science, Maths and relevant Technology in the young who are to choose a pathway in post-16 education and feed the interest by challenging the students we have; we need to inspire them to choose this academic route at Uni level and make sure teachers and students learn to actively nurture the ideas of internationalisation; we have a need to find the ways to work together between countries i.e. transnationally as e.g. the Swedish curriculum says we are to work on internationalisation and foster entrepreneurial citizens. These are goals for all involved in education in the EU, voiced in the mindset of key competences and areas to develop in learning up to 2020. The same ideas are on the desk of a student as well as on the treachers' all the way up to the EU commission. Objectives The objectives of our projects are: developing transferable skills, strengthening the profile of the teaching professions and quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation; entrepreneurial learning, international cooperation and relations for development Partners We are seven partners: five schools, a multimedia company and an international research centre Activities Activities delivering outcomes Creating a SMART Digital Guide to publish on the Internet and EST, free access The guide shares a bank of themes and lessons used by all (to develop further) SMART weeks Teachers and students from all partner countries meet in real life and work together CERN Course for teachers attended by teachers from all partner schools CERN visits for students Excellent links to work life and state-of-the-Art real life research of Science, especially Physics, Maths and Technology, all very relevant to the teachers' aims and students' future. Students will be working with their various projects for a full year and complete them when they visit CERN for one/two weeks. External collaboration Involved pro-active, state-of-the-art organisations have together with schools obtained the desired real world learning connection. Teachers working with expertise active on the up-to-date work market (incorporate organisations/enterprises with education), also feeding them future employees. Enhanced collaboration and constructive discussions on how we best secure required quality. This works both ways as the work market is partly unaware of transforming changes of education over the last two decades. Closer links to real life research, work life (companies and other organisations e.g. museums and societal ones) seeking real solutions to real problems. The project' s methods will be the future way of working in the departments at our schools, i.e. voiced in learning plans and syllabi to come. Thus, the sustainability is built-in as an integral part of the scheme.



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