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Live Art II
Číslo projektu:2019-1-CZ01-KA229-061337_2
Popis projektu:na stránke Európskej komisie
Grant:15540 €
Sumár projektu:The Project "Live Art II" was created in the wake of the very beneficial results and outputs of the School Partnership Project "Live Art" implemented in the school year 2017/2018 and presented by the partner schoolin Hodruša-Hámre, Slovakia. The intention of the present project is to continue to deepen international "live artistic" cooperation between the two educational institutions. During this cooperation we want to focus on educating pupils, especially in their field of study in various art disciplines. The project will be implemented during the peroid of 1 December 2019 to 30 November 2020 with the aim of sharing each other's professional skills and competences in selected school-specific art techniques. The pupils will also become acquainted with another education system and will have the opportunity to see the creative work of the pupils and teachers of partner schools. The participants will obtain all necessary information about the working enviroment, tools and procedures. The handover of these skills and knowledge will take place in several forms, especially in on-line communication between pupils and teachers (etwinning), short-term exchanges of groups of pupils and professional educators, a joint exhibition of created works and the use of the created trilingual vocabulary. Individual goals are: Learning the stages of new technology creating a work of art and application of these techniques to the partner school’s educational program Helping young people after graduation with access to the European labor market. The participants will be encouraged to understand the culture and mentality of the partner schools. The internship will be prepared the way that in addition to appropriate given tasks, the students will also gain the knowledge of other art treasures (galleries, museums, art styles of the city and its surroundings, etc.) To adapt to the new system, environment, students, educators, people in other EU countries. To achieve a state when mobilities become a part of the learning process and build on theoretical vocational subjects Development of information-communication skills Personal development of participants and improvement of their educational achievements To improve school leadership and extending knowledge of participating teachers and school staff within the school partnership Strengthening joint cooperation in improving quality and innovation of teaching in schools Short-term mobility of pupils and professional educators, as accompanying persons, will take place after the implementation of on-line communication aimed at familiarization with selected technology, which will be the content of mobility. The first mobility will take place at the Secondary Art School AVE ART Ostrava, the Czech Republic for 12 days during June 2020. The mobility will be attended by 11 pupils from 1st to 3th grades and 2 professional educators who will gain new knowledge and skills in the field of Industrial Design, focusing on working with a 3D printer. The second mobility will take place at the partner school Private Secondary Art School Hodruša - Hamré, Slovak Republic. 10 pupils from the 2nd to 4th grades and a professional educator will take part in the mobility for 12 days in September 2020 and will gain knowledge and skills in the Metal spinning art field. Supervision of the participants will be performed by an educator (accompanying person) from the sending entity during the internship. This is needed because of the involvement of minor students in the project. The chaperone will be responsible for the participants and will assist them in solving various situations (eg. help with communication, orientation in a new environment, artistic creation). The project will be completed with a joint exhibition of student’s art work. During the exhibition, the work will be presented to other teachers, pupils, parents and the public. A common trilingual dictionary (English-Czech-Slovak) will be introduced, containing the professional terminology of selected artistic techniques. The goal of the project is to improve the quality of education and the development of international cooperation and working towards achieving the objectives set in the European development plan for partner schools.
Koordinátor:Súkromná stredná umelecká škola Hodruša - Hámre