Citi projekti: ERASMUS+ projekts „Reading with Ease and Fun – REF”, 2015-1-BG01-KA201-014354
Projekta darbības laiks: 01.09.2015 - 31.08.2017 | Finansējums, EUR: 29840
The project aims at improving dyslexic students' reading skills and enhancing their interest and motivation to read through
- involving them in various activities leading to improved reading skills as well as further development of their ability to work with written information.
- Improving their teachers competences
The objectives of the partnership are:
- To share good practices and experience between specialists and teachers in partner countries;
- To develop a training course for primary school teachers and a set of training materials they could use in the classroom;
- To develop a series of activities aiming at improving children's reading skills, their interest in reading;
- To support pupils with reading difficulties in developing better reading comprehension and increasing their level of functional literacy;
- To involve parents in school activities;
- To promote project aims, activities and results among local community.
The Training course (7 Models) will provide to pre-primary and primary school teachers (25 per partner country) and SEN staff (5 per partner country) proper knowledge and understanding of the reading process and problems children may encounter in the reading-acquisition stage, as well as a set of practical advices and exercises for initial formation and improving of the reading skills in each child depending on his individual needs; increasing their interest and motivation to read. A set of Worksheets developed collaboratively by all partners will be of great help not only for teachers and SEN staff but also for parents to help the development of their children's study skills. A great variety of interactive activities with students during the second project year, involvement of parents in those activities, will help increasing the interest and motivation of the students to read, will form in them new reading habits, and will strengthen the collaboration between all parties engaged in the educational process (teachers-students-parents).
As far as the materials developed within the Partnership will be in not only in the partner languages, but also in English they will be available to much wider audience beyond the partner countries, which will considerably increase the impact of the project results at European level, moreover the topic in question is crucial for almost everybody. All resources produced by the partners will stay available (e.g. the Video Lessons will be uploaded in a YouTube Channel) even after the end of the project period and could be used by every interested user.
Mg. paed., lektore, SPL vadītāja M.Rozenfelde
Agrupamento de Escolas de Mangualde - Teachers Training Centre EduFor
CONFEDERACION ESPANOLA DE CENTROS DE ENSENANZA ASOCIACION - C.E.C.E
KOCAELI IL MILLI EGITIM MUDURLUGU – KPDoNE
RA Speciālās pedagoģijas laboratorija
Plānotās aktivitātes un rezultāti
Throughout the last decade, the importance of reading literacy has been repeatedly acknowledged and it has featured strongly in European cooperation in the field of education. Improving reading literacy has been one of the European objectives agreed under the 'Education and Training 2010' work programme in 2002 (Androulla Vassiliou, EU Education Commissioner) and confirmed on the 'Education and Training 2020' work programme (2009). The latest results of the PISA survey 2012 indicates that the percentage of 15 y/o with low reading competences is decrease to 17,8 from the 19.7% of 2009. So it is important that this trend is kept, especially considering that children who leave school unable to properly comprehend even basic written texts are not only at great risk of exclusion from the labour market, but are also effectively excluded from further learning. In addition the research shows that the number of children suffering from reading-related learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, continuously grows.
More than any other skill, the ability to read is fundamental to successfully navigating the school curriculum and achieve good academic results, regardless of the subject matter taught. A student who can't read at appropriate for his age/grade level, is not able to completely reveal his potential, and the feeling of underachievement and failure could very soon demotivate him
Reading is central to shaping each individual's trajectory through life, his economic well-being, and the ability to actively and fully participate in broader society. Reading and writing skills are of vital importance for improving people's lifestyles and their realization. Reading plays an important role in self-realisation, helping children learn about themselves and their potential.
Projekta vadītājs: D. Boneva (Bulgārija, ASOCIACIA DYSLEXIA)