CURRICULUM ACTIVITIES

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

The CVS Curriculum is a biennial course, covering the 4th and the 5th grade, articulated in two modules, one for each scholastic year: Module 1 “Our voices for our schools”, Module 2 “Our voices for our towns” (see Fig. 1).

Both modules are conceived as cycles, each articulated in five steps covering the entire school year (see Fig. 2). Each step is also conceived as a sub cycle, in which a series of activities are foreseen and which represent the planning principles of Experience (E), Comparison (C), Analysis (An), Reflection (R) and Action (Ac).

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The CVS Curriculum includes a series of activities that allow pupils to actively exercise their democratic and intercultural competences through urban regeneration activities, making their voices heard about their needs, views and dreams regarding their closest “urban” spaces. Pupils belong to different groups and communities and they have to take on the responsibility of each of them; adults caring for pupils have to help them in doing that. Adults can help pupils to adequately manage this responsibility starting from closer contexts (for example, the school) to further contexts (for example, the town).

Children are not the citizens of the future, they are already citizens, and their voices need to be heard by policy-makers. They need to be protagonists able to express their needs, views and dreams about urban spaces in dialogue with local administrations. In order to do that, the CVS Curriculum foresees the involvement of local policy-makers dealing with the urban sector with whom pupils can discuss their own proposals.

Reports


# Name Date
3 Mihai Stoica 2019-08-27 17:00:57
4 G. Marina 2019-09-04 09:46:13
5 John Doe 2019-09-12 13:22:40
6 Rosanna 2019-09-13 11:09:49
7 Beathe Kathrine Aasheim Moe 2019-09-13 11:15:08
8 Henrik 2019-09-13 11:26:35

1. Thinking at the course as a whole. What is your level of satisfaction with the activity?

AVG

50%

2. Thinking at the course as a whole. What is your level of satisfaction with the activity?

Professional:

AVG
2
++
2 / 50%
+
2 / 50%
0
0 / 0%
-
0 / 0%
--
0 / 0%

Personal:

AVG
2
++
4 / 100%
+
0 / 0%
0
0 / 0%
-
0 / 0%
--
0 / 0%


4. How much appropriate do you consider the methods used during the course?

AVG
5/5
5
2 (50%)
4
2 (50%)
3
0 (0%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)


5. Are you satisfied with the general flow of the course?

AVG
5/5
5
3 (75%)
4
0 (0%)
3
1 (25%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)


6. Are you satisfied with the role of the group in your learning?

AVG
5/5
5
2 (50%)
4
2 (50%)
3
0 (0%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)


7. Are you satisfied with the dynamic in the group of participants?

AVG
5/5
5
3 (75%)
4
1 (25%)
3
0 (0%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)


8. Are you satisfied with the work of the trainers?

AVG
5/5
5
2 (50%)
4
2 (50%)
3
0 (0%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)


9. Are you satisfied with your own contribution to the training course?

AVG
4/5
5
2 (50%)
4
1 (25%)
3
1 (25%)
2
0 (0%)
1
0 (0%)

# Name Place of training Date of training Date
2 Mihai Stoica RODAX Management 2019-08-05 2019-08-28 13:27:44
3 g fff 2019-12-31 2019-09-04 09:47:42
4 John Doe Romania 2019-01-01 2019-09-12 13:26:50
5 Rosanna Bagheria 2019-09-09 2019-09-13 11:17:59

FAQ

HOW TO

The CVS APP mainly serves the following purposes:

  • provide support for teachers to implement the CVS Curriculum in their classroom;
  • facilitate the evaluation of the CVS Curriculum.

As such, the 2 main sections of the app are:

  1. CURRICULUM
    • The CVS Curriculum is available to everyone.
    • The structure of the curriculum and the related activities can be browsed through the menu located on the left hand side of the page.
    • The search box located at the top of the menu can be used in order to find specific information.
  2. EVALUATION
    • The Evaluation section is only available to authorized project participants.
    • Teachers can submit their expectations regarding the course, as well as feedback after the course is completed. A copy of their submission will also be sent to their email address.
    • Researchers can view the gathered data and study the provided statistical reports.

Final Evaluation

Please, fill in the questionnaire as fully as possible.

Please explain the score you have given (if the case, please add other comments):

++ + 0 - --
Professional
Personal

Which of your expectations have been fulfilled the most? Please explain your answers.

Which of your expectations have been fulfilled the least? Please explain your answers.

5
Very appropriate
4 3
To some extent appropriate
2 1
Not at all appropriate
5
Very satisfied
4 3
To some extent satisfied
2 1
Not at all satisfied
5
Very satisfied
4 3
To some extent satisfied
2 1
Not at all satisfied
5
Very satisfied
4 3
To some extent satisfied
2 1
Not at all satisfied
5
Very satisfied
4 3
To some extent satisfied
2 1
Not at all satisfied
5
Very satisfied
4 3
To some extent satisfied
2 1
Not at all satisfied

At the individual level

In your classroom


Expectations

Please, fill in the questionnaire as fully as possible.


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