The CICLO objectives are reached through the following activities:
CICLO teaching periods
The teaching period will take place for two-three months between February/March and May/June 2014.
The core entity is the school class or the educational group in the extra-curricular programme (Russia), guided and coordinated by each contact teacher who is responsible for this class/group participating in the CICLO programme.
The contact-teacher and school/institution has freedom to organise the period as they want, as long as the following common guideslines are observed:
- The overall global CICLO aims and objectives and the regional framework organised by the regional CICLO partner
- Use of educational material, teacher training and respective regional website
- Internet collaboration: Bilateral twinning of contact teachers responsible for Internet contact between Brazil, Denmark, Russia and South Africa
Contact teachers are twinned by February 2014, and must start communicating with each other immediately.
– By 26 February 2014: All schools/groups have finished engaged students in producing a presentation of the clas/group, sent it by e-mail to partner contact teacher and uploaded it on the CICLO website.
– By 14 May 2014: All schools/groups are finished with producing a creative expression on the chosen sustainability theme, and sent it by e-mail to partner contact teacher and uploaded it on the CICLO website.
Organised by the regional CICLO partners, local artists and visiting artist will be participating in the programme through bilateral exchange between the countries. Read more.
Performances and exhibitions in schools
Performances and exhibitions are to take place during the weeks leading up to 14 May 2014 in the schools or in an appropriate local cultural venue. Audience invited is other students, family and school/community members.
Regional performances and exhibitions will be organised during the UNESCO Arts Education Week on 19-23 May 2014.
When the project is finished, the outcome will be that
– students have achieved learning objectives
– teachers have improved quality of teaching in and through the arts
– students and teachers have contributed to addressing social and cultural challenges of the world through arts education
– teachers and schools/institutions have built new network on a local and global basis
» See also: Evaluation