How do we attract more teachers to apply for vacancies in Skärholmen elementary schools?

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Create partnerships with creative initiatives in the local area

Skärholmen has very great initiative so that the creative Site Design Lab's (design workshop where you can create solutions to such a man is passionate about) and House of culture with the theater and everything going on around it. You go further out on the red line, see the initiative as Subtopia which leaves room for older teens to create and influence. Perhaps one can PEP Berättarministeriet to move to the area (writing workshops for children and teachers), they are looking at more areas to be in Stockholm.

Schools in Aberdeen could improve/build up a structure to further cooperate and get help from these initiatives in their teaching. It opens up both for students and teachers to work more creatively in the pedagogy. And to link students ' everyday life and sites they can feel safe in outside of school.

These types of collaborations I think can create a big change for teachers (even if it's not improving the basic conditions, as needed). And if it actually integrates such a structure of interaction-you can then communicate it as I think attracts many teachers. It can be a part of raising the status of the teaching profession in the area-to feel that you are part of such a type of network of collaborative creative initiatives. It can also make you feel you are supported by a wide range of educational resources.

Who does this: It must be a partnership between schools and the various initiatives. It would have to be settled expectations, a basic structure for how collaboration can work and a structure for how to support each other in the best possible way. This extra work would school have to add an extra allowance on (maybe seek money for) that teachers should not have to take off the existing time to create the system. The best would be a structure that will allow schools in the area also are beginning to talk more with each other and interact around the challenges and ideas.

(Photo was taken from the Design Lab's Web site: Design Lab S )

Skapa samarbeten med kreativa initiativ i lokala området

Skärholmen har mycket fantastiska initiativ så som den kreativa platsen Design Lab S (designverkstad för där man kan skapa lösningar till sådant man brinner för) och Kulturhuset med teatern och allt som händer runt den. Åker man längre ut på röda linjen finns initiativ så som Subtopia som ger utrymme för äldre tonåringar att vara med och skapa och påverka. kanske kan man peppa Berättarministeriet att flytta till området (skrivarverkstäder för barn och stöd till lärare), de tittar på fler områden att finnas i Stockholm på.

Skolorna i Skärholmen skulle kunna förbättra/ bygga upp en struktur för att än mer samarbeta och få hjälp av dessa initiativ i sin undervisning. Det öppnar upp både för elever och lärare för att arbeta än mer kreativt i pedagogiken. Och att koppla ihop elevernas vardagsliv och platser de kan känna sig trygga i utanför skolan.

Dessa typer av samarbeten tror jag kan skapa en stor förändring för lärare (även om det inte är en förbättring av de grundläggande villkoren, vilket behövs). Och om man faktiskt integrerar en sådan struktur av samverkan - kan man sedan kommunicera det vilket jag tror lockar många lärare. Det kan vara en del av att höja statusen på läraryrket just i området - att känna att man är en del av ett sådant typ av nätverk av samverkande kreativ initiativ. Det kan också göra att man känner att man är understödd av många olika typer av pedagogiska resurser.

Vem gör detta:

Det måste vara ett samarbete mellan skolorna och de olika initiativen. Det skulle behövas sättas förväntningar, en grundläggande struktur för hur samverkan kan funka och en struktur för hur man kan stödja varandra på bästa sätt. Detta extra arbete skulle skolan behöva lägga en extra peng på (kanske söka pengar för) för att lärarna inte ska behöva ta av sin befintliga tid för att skapa systemet. Det bästa skulle vara en struktur som gör att skolorna i området också börjar prata än mer med varandra och samverka kring utmaningar och idéer.


(Bilden är tagen från Design Lab S hemsida: Design Lab S )

Comments
  • Mary 6 years ago

    Låter bra tycker jag! Jag har också tänkt: gör Skärholmens skolor till stans bästa och mest attraktiva. Lärartätt, resursstarkt, fräscha lokaler, trevligt beläget, tillgängligt, tryggt. Men vart tog gymnasierna vägen!!! En stor stadsdel utan ett enda gymnasium, i a f inte ett enda med teoretiska program. Det finns inte ens en skola att gå i i dagsläget, så det fanns inte ens ett val! Detta måste vi ändra på!!



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