Festivalul Sanselor Tale – 2014

“Festivalul Naţional al Şanselor Tale”

“Festivalul Naţional al Şanselor Tale” este o manifestare naţională, coordonată de Ministerul Educaţiei, Cercetării şi Tineretului şi organizată la nivel local de inspectoratele judeţene şcolare în colaborare cu actori locali: consiliile judeţene, primăriile municipiilor/oraşelor/comunelor, casele de cultură, casele corpului didactic, agenţiile judeţene de ocupare a forţei de muncă, universităţi, unităţi şcolare, ONG-uri etc.

Câteva dintre activităţile propuse:

Workshop – Learning to Live Together (Invatand sa Traim Impreuna); organizator prof. Voicu Cristina

Videoconferinta – cu Collège Sévigné, Flers, France, în cadrul proiectului eTwinning „Let’s create a Better School” (coord. proiect – prof. Voicu Cristina)

http://letscreateabetterschool.weebly.com/

Competiţii de sah şi tenis de masă (prof. Iancu Dragoş, prof. Ilie Florin)

Festivalul Sanselor Tale – 18-24 noiembrie 2013

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Festivalul Național al Șanselor Tale

18-24 noiembrie 2013

Festivalul Naţional al Şanselor Tale” este o manifestare naţională, coordonată de Ministerul Educaţiei, Cercetării şi Tineretului şi organizată la nivel local de inspectoratele judeţene şcolare în colaborare cu actori locali: consiliile judeţene, primăriile municipiilor/oraşelor/comunelor, casele de cultură, casele corpului didactic, agenţiile judeţene de ocupare a forţei de muncă, universităţi, unităţi şcolare, ONG-uri etc.

Pe parcursul festivalului, timp de o săptămână, se desfăşoară intensiv activităţi diverse, menite să-i motiveze pe elevi să înveţe continuu, familiarizându-i cu oportunităţi de învăţare, conştientizându-i asupra necesităţii de a învăţa, precum şi a beneficiilor învăţării.

 

Scopul festivalului este acela de a promova, recunoaşte oficial şi implementa conceptului european de „învăţare pe tot parcursul vieţii” (Lifelong Learning), prin încurajarea şi celebrarea învăţării.

Conform programului activităților dedicate acestei săptămâni au fost realizate următoarele activități:

18 noiembrie – ”Ghid de liberă circulație și ședere în Europa”;

19 noiembrie – ”Bookworms, project about books”, proiect eTwinning (Romania, Polonia, Turcia);

20 noiembrie – Competiție sportivă între echipa Școlii Butoiu de Jos și a Școlii Hulubești;

21 noiembrie – Concurs de eseuri pe tema „Cetățean român, cetățean european”;

Activitatea ”Ghid de liberă circulație și ședere în Europa”, s-a derulat luni, 18 noiembrie 2013. Coordonatorul acesteia a fost prof. Voicu Cristina (prof. de istorie și cultură civică) și a avut drept obiectiv înțelegerea de către elevi a drepturilor de care beneficiază la deplasarea pe teritoriul Uniunii Europene.  Elevilor li s-a explicat ce înseamnă să fii cetățean al Uniunii Europene. S-a accentuat faptul că doar cetățenii țărilor membre au acest drept. Ei au aflat care sunt documentele necesare pentru a putea trece frontiera dintre țări, au aflat ce este spațiul Schengen. Fiecare cetăţean al Uniunii are dreptul la şedere pe teritoriul unui stat membru gazdă pe o perioadă de timp de cel mult trei luni fără a îndeplini nicio altă condiţie sau formalitate în afara cerinţei de a deţine o carte de identitate valabilă sau un paşaport valabil. Statele membre pot impune restricţii în cazurile în care acest lucru este justificat de considerente de ordine publică, siguranţă publică sau sănătate publică. Elevii au fost instruiți și despre cum și unde pot găsi mai multe informaţii și ce pot face în cazul în care consideră că nu v-au fost respectate drepturile.

Bookworms, project about books” – a fost titlul unei alte activități desfășurate în școala noastră. Doamna prof. Cristina Voicu a prezentat elevilor de gimnaziu proiectul european ce se va derula în acest an școlar cu elevii clasei a VI-a.

Proiectul are drept obiective:

-          încurajarea lecturii în rândul elevilor de gimnaziu;

-          dezvoltarea competențelor de comunicare în limba engleză;

-          îmbunătățirea competențelor TIC;

Proiectul presupune derularea, în fiecare lună, a unor activități comune cu elevii celor 4 școli partenere:

  1. Natalia Ryplewska (FOUNDER) – Szkoła Podstawowa nr 65 w Łodzi, Łódź, Poland
  2. Sermin Ozil – süleyman demirel orta okulu, Kilis, Turkey
  3. Seher Güler  – Atatürk Ortaokulu, Tut, Turkey
  4. Voicu Cristina-Elena (FOUNDER)  – Scoala Nr. 1 Hulubesti – Butoiu de Jos, Hulubesti, Romania

Cea de-a treia activitate ce a fost propusă în cadrul Festivalului Național al Șanselor Tale a fost o competiție sportivă (șah) între elevii școlilor Butoiu de Jos și Hulubești. Elevii ambelor unități de învățământ au reușit să demonstreze că știu să recurgă la strategii interesante pentru a câștiga. Astfel fiecare școală a avut învingători în echipa ei. Coordonatorul activității a fost prof. Ioniță Cristian.

În data de 21 noiembrie 2013, doamna profesoară de limba și literatura română, Nenișanu Cristina, a inițiat un concurs de eseuri pe tema ”Cetățean român, cetățean european”. Cele mai bune eseuri vor fi publicate în revista Școlii Butoiu de Jos – ”Pașii copilăriei”, sem. I.

Toate activitățile propuse de cadrele didactice ale Școlii Butoiu de Jos au fost eficiente și au reușit să implice toți elevii școlii.

SĂPTĂMÂNA EDUCAȚIEI GLOBALE

SĂPTĂMÂNA EDUCAȚIEI GLOBALE – 10 – 18 NOIEMBRIE 2013 cu sloganul

Adoptă un stil de viață durabil

GLOBAL EDUCATION WEEK

16-24 November 2013

“ GO FOR A SUSTAINABLE LIFE STYLE ! ”

 

Recommended Links to tackle Sustainable Development & Glocal interdependence

 

RESOURCES

§ United Nations Development Programme

§ United Nations Environment Programme

§ United Nations division for Sustainable Development

§ Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations by 2015 and 2025

§ What is Sustainable Development according to the International Institute for Sustainable Development

§ Sustainable Development according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

§ What is Sustainable Development according to the World Bank

§ Sustainable Development and Global issues resources on YouTube

§ TED Ideas Worth Spreading

USEFUL LINKS / NETWORKS

§ FEE - Foundation for Environmental Education is a non-government, non-profit organisation promoting sustainable development through environmental education.

§ Greenpeace

§ IUCNInternational Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges

§ See also the outcomes of the 2011 European Commission Green Week
European Commission videos related to climate change/environment issues

§ Join the largest on-line community of Youth interested in Global issues and creating positive change: Taking IT Global’s mission is to empower youth to understand and act on the world’s greatest challenges.

And more…

Annoncer la Couleur :
Annoncer la Couleur is dedicated to activities instrumental in relaying important issues of global citizenship, such as migration, democracy, cooperation, etc., to young people in a playful and original manner.
http://www.annoncerlacouleur.be/ (Dutch, French)

Global Education:
This website offers teacher resources for educators, including introductory material, activity suggestions, school case studies, web tools and apps, etc.
http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/ (English only)

Global Campaign for Education:
The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a civil society movement that aims to end the global education crisis. Education is a basic human right, and our mission is to make sure that governments act now to deliver the right of everyone to a free, quality, public education. The website informs about the movement, and puts forward a range of campaigns, reports, and other resources.
http://campaignforeducation.org/en (Arabic, English, French, Spanish)

Migration Citizenship Education:
is an information platform providing free online access to learning resources related to issues of migration, such as asylum, minorities, identities, immigration societies, and human rights, for European Citizenship Education on a European and national level,
http://migrationeducation.de/home.0.html (English only)

Multicultural Center Prague:
The Multicultural Center Prague is committed to issues related to the coexistence of different cultures in the Czech Republic and abroad. working on new educational, cultural and information initiatives. The Center organises workshops, courses, international seminars, debates, film screenings and book readings for children, students, teachers, librarians and just about everybody else. Additionally, it runs websites devoted to issues such as migration or multicultural librarianship, offering a well-stocked public library designed for those with an interest in multicultural issues.
- http://www.mkc.cz/en/home.html (Czech, English)

Oxfam Education:
The Oxfam Education website offers hundreds of free online resources, lesson plans, teaching ideas, and support and guidance for education practitioners. The award-winning resources are all quality tested by experienced educators, and all take a Global Citizenship approach.
http://www.oxfam.org.uk/education (English only)

Pocket Cultures:
Pocket Cultures is an independent site which aims to increase connections, awareness and understanding between different cultures through articles and links about specific aspects of world cultures, high quality, well written blogs from different countries, and real life stories and interviews of people living in cross-cultural relationships, multicultural families, or abroad to convey global perspectives.
http://pocketcultures.com/about-pocketcultures/ (English only)

Portal Globales Lernen:
The web portal is a central contact point for professional educators, who seek information about global education and/or plan to incorporate it into concrete activities. The page also offers a wealth of materials, documents and background information. (German only)
- http://www.eine-welt-netz.de/ (German only)

Refugee Education Initiative:
The Refugee Education Initiative (REI) links like-minded people from around the world to discuss issues of forced migration, displacement, education and conflict. With a specific focus on improving access to education for refugees and displaced persons.
http://www.refugeeeducation.com (English only)

Right to Education Project:
The Right to Education Project aims to promote social mobilisation and legal accountability, looking to focus on the legal challenges to the right to education. The website hosts valuable information resources, tools, a country database, and links to related websites.
http://www.right-to-education.org (Arabic, English, French, Spanish)

Swiss Centre for Global Education:
The Swiss Foundation for Education and Development (FED) is the centre for Global Education in Switzerland. Its educational mandate starts from the idea of a sustainable development and includes those interrelated subjects and questions that are vital for the future of mankind.
http://www.globaleducation.ch/ (English, French, German, Italian)

Films pour un seul monde:
Films pour un seul monde/Filme für eine Welt, a specialised department of the Swiss Foundation for Education and Development, offers information on a range of films from and about the global South and the global East. Selected according to quality criteria the films deal with issues related to development and intercultural dialogue.
http://www.filmeeinewelt.ch/index_fr.html (French, German, Italian)

UN Human Rights Education:
Interactive website offering diverse resources to educate yourself or others about human rights, including reading material, videos, podcasts, cartoons, flash games, testimonies, etc.
http://www.humanrightseducation.info/index.php (English only)

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And some ideas of activities …

Forced Migration:
This exercise aims for students to develop an understanding of situations which cause people to flee their homes, the rights of the people that are forced to flee, and the processes that protect and support these people.
http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/teaching-activity/refugees-up.html

Globalisation:
In this exercise students explore ways in which they are linked to flows of people, capital, goods and services around the world; discuss advantages and disadvantages of globalisation; and analyse the intercultural understandings that inform working in a global context.
http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/teaching-activity/whats-globalisation-got-to-do-with-me.html

Global Education magazine
Global Education Magazine is an educational magazine with international character promoting ideas and experiences from the work of educational professionals, as well as NGOs, Voluntary Associations, Supranational, National, Regional and Local Institutions and Organizations, that struggle every day to achieve the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations by 2015 and 2025 . Reflecting on the value and significance of education in the globalized era of the 21st century requires tackling global dynamics (economic, political, cultural, social, educational, etc.) with new forms of cooperation and democratic social organization to respond to the challenge of governance in a cosmopolitan society. Therefore, we consider that the new network societies promoting a better awareness of the problems of a local-global and global-local: the “glocal issues”.
http://www.globaleducationmagazine.com/

Many more ideas for activities, categorized according to student age groups, topics and countries can be found http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/resources-gallery/resource-gallery-teaching-activities.html

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WHAT YOU CAN DO…

. Measure the environmental impact of your daily activities and think about cleaner alternatives in terms of energy consumption; water consumption; car or public transport option / pollution generated during your daily travels; consumer practices (pollution impact of ones choices when shopping such as local products / imported products);

. Contact the Town Hall or local authorities to determine whether a policy of sustainable development is being implemented at the municipality;

. Identify/contact local NGOs involved in sustainable development/environment and participate in/support/disseminate its activities;

. Organise with local authorities/NGOs/local media awareness campaigns (recycling, green space, planting trees, etc…);

. Create a local network comprising local authorities/NGOs/local media/schools (…) for awareness raising actions or activities throughout the year;

. Interview people in your setting about 3 priorities to help the planet, and share the video on-line;

. Follow and take part in AVAAZ campaigns

. Share your initiatives or check events happening in your country with the GEW network coordinator in your country ;

. For more information consult the North-South Centre Global Education Week webpage

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The NSC Education & Youth programme invite you to celebrate volunteering and active citizenship video

Campania “Rescrie viitorul”

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Buna ziua,

Salvați Copiii România demarează Campania “Rescrie Viitorul“ și lansează un apel către reprezentanții unităților școlare în speranța unei colaborări privind desfășurarea sesiunilor de informare în şcoli pentru a promova drepturile egale pentru toţi copiii şi pentru a avertiza asupra efectelor negative ale conflictelor armate asupra copiilor.

Pacea începe în mintea copiilor. Cu toate acestea, în nenumăratele conflicte din lume, pentru milioane de copii pacea este departe de realitate. Locul naşterii unui copil este ca un bilet la loto. Asta înseamnă că el poate creşte fericit şi sănătos sau poate creşte în mijlocul conflictului, cunoscând numai războiul şi urmările lui crunte.

Războaiele şi conflictele sunt săvârşite de adulţi. Dar fiecare adult a fost un copil odată şi s-a  format datorită experienţelor prin care a trecut şi îndrumării primite. La baza acestui lucru stă educaţia. Lecţiile pe care copiii le învaţă la şcoală sunt o repetiţie pentru viaţă, valorile induse de şcoală formează perspectiva copiilor asupra celorlalţi.

În condiţiile în care peste 70 de milioane de copii nu au nici măcar şansa de a merge la şcoală iar mai mult de jumătate din ei trăiesc în ţări afectate de conflicte armate, ne întrebam: ce învaţă aceşti copii? Copiii şi familiile lor solicită, în repetate rânduri, educaţie. Profesorii dedicaţi şi o curriculă şcolară adecvată le oferă copiilor o alternativă în faţa confuziei şi conflictului. Educaţia de calitate oferă acces la informaţie şi dezvoltă abilităţi şi o gândire critică care generează schimbări pe calea păcii.

Începând din 2006, Salvaţi Copiii România s-a implicat în campania “Rescrie viitorul“, reuşind să strângă fondurile necesare pentru achiziţionarea de rechizite şcolare, obiecte de igienă personală, jucării şi pături pentru copiii din Afganistan ( în decembrie 2006, Salvaţi Copiii România a trimis rechizitele necesare pentru 300 de copii din oraşul Qalat, provincia Zabul, Afganistan iar la începutul lunii iunie a anului 2007 pentru 400 de copii din localitatea Qalat şi din provincia DHI Qar, localitatea Talil,Iraq).

British Council International Education Week

British Council International Education Week

Celebrate internationalism in your school during International Education Week from 12-16 November 2012. This year’s theme is entitled ‘Use your Voice!’

We have a host of resources for you to run school assemblies in IEW 2012 leading up to series of exciting international online debates and videos. You can collaborate on this theme with your partner school and get them to hold school assemblies too. Ask your students to decide on a debate topic at the end of each assembly and share it with the world.

We’ll be updating this page shortly with all these resources and more. You can start thinking about activities in your school with inspiration from British Council International Education Week  2011. Last year’s week consisted of events, workshops and courses, all emphasising the role of the international dimension in schools. We’ve shared some of the highlights and successes below.

The highlights of British Council International Education Week 2011

  Monday 14 November –  Dickens 2012 CPD Workshops

International Education Week was a great time to start planning new international activities for your class. Next year marks the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ birth.Get the Dickens 2012 celebrations started with our exciting international resources, including free CPD workshops, grants to support Dickens project work with a Chinese partner and additional template resources. Dickens_logo

  Tuesday 15 November – Raising Standards Through International Links Workshops

eTwinning continued British Council International Education Week with a series of workshops entitled ‘Raising standards through International Links’ in London and Manchester. 140 school leaders and local authorities came together to explore the wealth of opportunities offered by the British Council to support schools raising standards.In London, we heard from Head teacher Kevin McCabe (Jervoise Primary School) illustrating how schools in special measures have been transformed through international linking programmes.  In Manchester, assistant Head teacher Rob Ford (Wootton Bassett School) showed how they became the first state school in England to receive an ‘outstanding’ across the board under the new OfSTED inspections as a result of their embedded international dimension.

Thanks to all the speakers for their valuable input and to all the delegates who attended. Visit our blog for more information.

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  Wednesday 16 November – Link2Learn Presentations in London

The 2011 Link2Learn Awards were celebrated in the unique surroundings of HSBC Canary Wharf as a centrepiece event of International Education Week.The Awards support and recognise outstanding school partnerships which have impact across the curriculum and the wider community. The five categories recognise excellence across the primary, secondary and special sector as well as the important work undertaken by international co-ordinators and local authorities in developing and disseminating a whole range of enriching international activities.

Simon Martin from HSBC congratulated the eight winners at the British Council event which highlighted such an incredibly diverse and inspirational range of work from across the UK.

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  Thursday 17 November – Mock Council of the European Union

Students from around England had the opportunity to showcase their debating, negotiating and lobbying skills in front of a film crew during the 2011 Mock Council of the European Union. The event was set up to simulate a real meeting of the Council of the European Union, with the students tackling topics relating to the Arab Spring and EU growth.Participants debated topics from the position of their allocated EU member state, the European Commission or the General Secretariat, giving them a taste of what international politics is really like.

“I was extremely pleased to play a key role in my debate! It was a hugely insightful and exciting experience, which I would love to repeat.” – Participating student

Visit the Mock Council page on our Comenius website. 

 

   Friday 18 November – Celebrating the impact of Global School Partnerships in London

Independent research has concluded that Global School Partnerships develops young people’s understanding of global issues and commitment to a fairer and more sustainable world.GSP has supported 3,900 partnerships between schools in the UK with schools in 61 countries. Register for GSP’s professional development online courses for teachers. Drawing-showing-people-climbing-stairs-to-success © Teresa Robertson

“Scoala altfel” – cateva fotografii

Un copil, un copac – acţiunea va avea loc în intervalul 2-6 aprilie 2012

In ce consta actiunea? Fiecare copil va planta un copac. Vor participa gradinite, scoli, licee.  Va primi diploma de ecologist si certificat de tutore al copacului, caruia ii va putea da un nume. Actiunea va fi organizata in perioada 2-6 aprilie, saptamana declarata de Ministerul Educatiei o “Saptamana altfel”. In aceasta saptamana nu se vor organiza cursuri, ci activitati extracurriculare.
1…este o actiune frumoasa de care copiii isi vor aminti o viata; o actiune care poate ajuta la formarea caracterului copiilor. 2…este organizata in saptamana 2-6 aprilie, saptamana declarata de Ministerul Educatiei o “Saptamana altfel”. Aceasta va permite o participare masiva din partea copiilor. 3…cu totii ne dorim sa fim mai ecologisti, mai atenti cu mediul care ne inconjoara. Defrisarile din ultimii ani au dus la disparitia multor paduri si parcuri din tara. 4…zibo.ro are experienta in organizarea unor astfel de actiuni, fiind organizatorii actiunilor: “Saptamana familiei, saptamana fara TV”, “Schimb de jucarii” impreuna cu Cabral, Concurs de majorete pentru nationala de rugby
Această idee vrea să dea un refresh următorului oraș: In toate orasele tarii

Revista “Paşii copilăriei”

In scurt timp vom incepe re-editarea revistei scolii Butoiu de Jos – “Paşii copilăriei”.

Va asteptam pe toti, cadre didactice, elevi, sa contribuiti la realizarea unei reviste de calitate.

Numerele din anii trecuti pot fi vizualizate la adresa de mai jos:

http://www.didactic.ro/revista/revista-pasii-copilariei-nr-1

Concursurile EuroJunior şi English My Love

Festivitatea de deschidere a anului şcolar 2011-2012

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