Job-shadowing activity of fine art teachers
The project aims to observe teaching processes as well as to exchange best practices in the field of art courses by carrying out job-shadowing activity in LYCÉE FRANCOIS D’ESTAING (Rodez, France). The class observations also intend to gain a broader knowledge about the curriculum content used in the target classes. The job-shadowing activity is carried out by 14 art teachers who teach students in the following training programmes: Interior design, Painter (as an artist) Photographer, Graphic designer, Animation and movie specialist and Typographer.
It is also a key activity of the project to conduct discussions about how the Salesian Preventive System is applied in the targeted organisation.
Programme: Erasmus+, staff mobility
Partner countries: Hungary, France
Duration: 1st of September, 2019 – 31st of August, 2021
Project reference number: 2019-1-HU01-KA102-060842
Coordinator: SZÁMALK-Salesian Post-Secondary Vocational School
In a broader context, our school community consider job-shadowing activities as a useful tool in maintaining a high-quality education standard and to strengthen staff competences in the fields of professional expertise, problem-solving ability, sense of pedagogy, commitment and value-driven approach. The project aims to exchange best practices in art classes to identify the best teaching approaches and techniques.