Building the Project School J. Damian 08/11/2005 The only possible title for the school project is ...

School Project School ... ... .... of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .... The only purpose of the school project is ... The success of all students that is to say ... To give every student the best of himself in the fields of knowledge, know-how a nd life skills. bring each student to give the best of himself in the fields of knowledge, know-how an d life skills. requires action by the teacher to the student and his responsibility for its suc cess or failure Bring areas of knowledge, know-how and life skills. each student to give the best of himself in involves taking into account the individual and their specific needs Every student the best of himself in the fields of knowledge, know-how and life skills. give implies an action of the pupil to engage in their learning and learn to make the necessary efforts Every student to give the best of himself in the areas of knowledge, know-how and life skills. implies that learning objectives must be regulated by the yardstick of the capab ilities of students. Do not aim the homogenization ... To give every student the best of himself in the fields knowledge, know-how and life skills. knowledge implies that the conduct to the disciplinary learning are the heart of the profe ssion of teacher To give every student the best of himself in the fields of knowledge, knowledge and know how to be.

implies that the disciplinary powers must be based on methodological skills and cross whose responsibilities include the acquisition cost to the teacher. To give every student the best of himself in the fields of knowledge, know-how a nd Knowledge being. be implies that students will also learn to behave as a citizen, member of a group and a community school and social, with rights and duties. He returned to the ed ucational team to implement the conditions of exercise of citizenship. The school project has a number of components that provide local responses to th e priorities of the national education policy Components of School Project February 1 March 4 Improving the effectiveness of teaching special needs students on the family - s chool Pulses National School life and civic life Physical Resources May 6 The first phase of work is a phase of inventory. This is for the team to visit t he entire operation of the school, academic performance and socio-educational in order to identify the characteristics and specificities. This "snapshot" of the school based on the indicators proposed in the document: "Dashboard indicator" The second phase of work of the team is a phase of analysis icators. This analysis, carried out collectively, must lead concrete objectives on which the team reached a consensus. stitute the contract between the members of the educational ned in the document presenting the school project of data from the ind to the definition of These objectives con team. They are outli

Once agreement on the initial assessment and the objectives to be achieved, team members, individually and / or collectively, enter the third stage of labor: th e design of interventions. These actions are the declination that each teacher g ives the school project at grade level or cycle. Each action is formalized in th e document Action Sheet This analysis, definition of objectives and design of specific actions taken for each component of the school project. Recall the different components Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School A1 Give the urge to write

Action Sheet: Action A1 Develop a programming cycle and progressions class taking into account all types of annual written Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School A1 A2 Give the urge to write Action Sheet: Action A2 Creating a school newspaper Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School A1 A2 Give the urge to write A3 Action Sheet: Action A3 Opening a notebook personal expression Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School A1 A2 Give the urge to write Avoid breaks Install habits A3 A4 Spelling Action Sheet: Action A4 Establishment of a programming cycle spelling Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School

A1 A2 Give the urge to write Avoid breaks Install habits A3 A4 A5 Spelling Action Sheet: Action A5 Household in each class a daily time for reflection and memory checker Component 1 Improvement of the effectiveness of teaching a few examples ... choice skills to strengthen Produce a coherent and readable writing Objectives Know the types of messages Stock The class level shares Cycle School A1 A2 Give the urge to write Avoid breaks Install habits A3 A4 A5 Spelling WS2 Students with special needs Integration of the disabled students Help for struggling students More ... (ENAFER, children's travel ...) WS2 Students with special needs Integrating the disabled students Analysis Home Terms of home schooling families and first operation of the teaching staff / Rel ationship MDPH / referent Contracting Monitoring Assessment in class Project personalized education Role of External Partners referent Family / teaching staff / MDPH WS2 Students with special needs Help for struggling students

Featured Contractualization Analysis Response Assessment Devices Evaluation Protocol class treatment cycle in Council Team teaching / student / family level Rased reporting cycle in class Alert family (Handicap) Device for measuring the effects of the assistance Component 3 Link family - school Follow and understand the work of individual pupils Information Paper trail balances individual school tuition Booklet Involve parents in school life Institutional representation School Council Information Collective Meetings Meetings cycles of classes Informal Participation Parents Association Parents' Associations Component 4 National Pulse Teaching a foreign language Human Resource Management Diversification of supply Use of ICT The conditions for obtaining B2i educational Material conditions for obtaining B2i Track 5 School life and civic life Organization of time the child Time School extra-curricular time Exercise of citizenship At the class level of school Home Personal Work Schedules Home Coherence educational Track 6

Physical Resources Inventory of existing and planned needs Teaching Materials Manuals, copier, computers, BCD books, supplies, material resources and discipli nary documentaries, audio-video equipment, etc. ... administrative materials Computer, printer and data storage units, equipment classification, storage and archiving, telephone, locks, administrative documentation etc. ... Furniture Furniture for classrooms, meeting room and work, special rooms, office furniture , restaurant school, daycare, etc. ... Local and spaces Classrooms, public areas, meeting rooms and administration rooms dedicated court , playground, immediate surroundings, etc. ... Program development and involve partners in education Organizational Calendar 1 - Meeting of the teaching team to hear and comment on documents prepared 2 - C ollecting data for indicators Distribution of tasks between team members Consultation with partners Explanation of the process 3 - Meeting of the teaching staff to examine any data collected,€analyze and id entify targets 4 - Reflection of teachers, individually and in meeting cycle to study how declining at every level, the objectives of the projects in terms of s hares 5 - Meeting the educational team to finalize the draft school Consultation with partners sharing the initial analysis Consultation with partners to Institutional dimension: adoption by the School Co uncil and validation NEI Now it only remains to begin ... "You do not learn to begin ... For starters, it just takes courage ..."