ERASMUS POLICY STRATEGY 2021-2027
A. Corelli Conservatory policy is aimed to achieve the maximum return in terms of cultural enlargement and teaching methodology broadening From the very beginning our Institution goaled for an European wide net of relations and agreements, in order to offer to our students and staff the best bouquet to choose about. Sharing projects with other HEI will improve the effectiveness of teaching and staff working, thorough dialectic and confrontation with our partners. Our strategy includes UE and non-UE relationships, in order to gain at the best by our collocation, on the boarders of Mediterranean and full with contaminations alongside present. Besides, looking for incoming and outcoming fellowships will bloom in a real improvement of our competences. Modernization will be pursued also in widening our training offering: Institution is already well represented in jazz area (double bass, electric bass, electronic keyboards, drums and percussions, guitar, piano, saxophone, singing and trumpet) and this subject will be the starting point to make evolutionary our teaching proceeds. Summing out, Corelli Conservatory intends to implement Erasmus after the award of the ECHE orienting its international policy in encouraging more students and staff to take part to mobility activities, and in the making of a virtuous evolution of more participants and more cultural improvement. Last but not least, our goal is to shorten distance between learning and working: going deeper with training partnerships, and achieving valuable information about how Europe – and other not-European countries – manage to make smooth the transition from learning activity to work activity. We want to give our contribution for cultural dissemination and a more and more refined European cultural, learning and artistic identity. Globalization – in the right sense of the word – is a valuable opportunity of 21th century: the creation of global village is offering us a completely unknown opportunity of mixing culture, making up cultural items for the sake of continue exchanges between Terrestrians. In a more restricted view, Erasmus+ represents the main way to walk around cultural osmosis: it is a benefit horse of Troy, this time really carrying gifts. The gifts are, for example, curricula comparisons, in order to refine more and more formative offering, shaping it to ever-changing needs of our territories, of our youth. Two eyes give a better glance than one, an old Italian proverb assesses: and tens of glances are even better. Assuming different point of views is one of the master gift of Erasmus+, and Corelli Conservatory expect to greatly improve its modernization in doing a continue monitoring of European way of deal with everyday pressures from a world everyday changing. Opening new teaching courses, modeling programs, taking on new issues: all of this becomes more affordable, if chorally dealt with by dozens of countries. This item drives towards the creation of a common teaching area, both in the way we teach to our students, and in the way we fulfill our students needs. We’ll take this over strengthening our pre-existing partnership: we are looking forward to double our links in the next seven years, keeping on with the trend we already noticed in this last seven years. We’re looking forward also to join consortia as ARTS, to contribute to a chorale growth in our territory. Corelli Conservatory wants to strength its participation in the Erasmus program with actions of KA2 as leader and/or partner institution in one with Strategic Partnership and Capacity Building to establish solid collaborations with non-EU countries) in order to obtain cooperation and political development with significant projects for purposes of Italian cultural, economic and social relations in the Europe and in the world. Corelli Conservatory international policy aims to assisting and managing creativity in educational project based learning, providing: models in terms of structure, learning space resources, processes, frameworks, behaviour, environmental interactions; tools and techniques to move things along and lead the creative change through educational project based learning; strengthening the feeling of belonging to a common educational and cultural space. This goal will be pursued, for example, by the research of similarities, between different cursa studiorum, harmonic ways in affording common issue. Practically, it will be pursued: promoting among students, with transparency and openness, foreign activities, in order to receive a mirroring incoming amount, meantime insuring a high level of integration in our institution and abroad too; seeking for an harmonic increase of numbers, both among students than among staff members, also in the relatively new blended; looking for consonances between formation and work, following changing opportunities; taking advantage of new ways of teaching and learning, that are revealed by mobility and dissemination. Teacher mobility will be greatly favored, in practical ways, so that at least double the number of staff engaged, and making simple and fluid the task of teaching in-house and abroad. Students mobility will be favored either with former agreements smooth and lean, or via helps for everyone who cannot afford practically mobility Administration Staff: will be encouraged to make an Erasmus experience, because we think this experience is of the greatest value for staff too, talking about openmindedness and acquisition of new ways of working. International office will become one of the most important in the Institution, so to make all the proceeds smooth and simple for everyone wanting to join Erasmus+. Next seven years will be very important for Messina Conservatory, in order to consolidate and pushing ahead results and achievements. In 2014-2020 form the very first project in Consortia, activated form 1th September 2014 with Grant Agreement n. 2014-1-IT02-KA103-001585, we followed our path through a totally new experience: we are very glad for results, in that for we have had ntn less than twenty members of staff and students becoming active part of Erasmus+ every year. At this moment Corelli Conservatory counts not less than 26 partner ships, going from Northern to Southern Europe, including, among the other, Turkey, Serbia, Hungary ecc. Our goal is to double them, in 2021/2027 Programme, and to stretch our mutual presence also to North-African countries, so to represent a link from Europe to other extra-Eu nations. We already started Study in Sicily (partnership with Morocco, Algery, Tunisy, Egypt and Giordany) – Straits Music (partnership among Conservatories on Mediterranean Straits, with The Cairo Conservatory, Tanger National Conservatoire, Morocco Conservatory of Music). This goal will obtain to Corelli Conservatory – and through it to the whole European HEI system – a great improvement either in specific competences than in wide – minded comprehension. Our target is to double, in next seven years, participation among Staff and Students. This will mean that every year 10% of people attending our Institution will make a Traineeship, Teaching or Learning experience. The effect in dissemination will be great, also, through a well oriented activity of seminaries, carried along by Erasmus people, letting other members of Community to share their experiences. This will drive new ways of learning, teaching, working in general, that will be tha maximum improvement an Institution like ours can desire. In next seven years, meetings for share will be kept at first, six months, and then they will be kept every three months, in order to match with the rhythm of departures and arrive of incoming and outcoming members. Around 2024 we will have a balanced offer between KA1 and KA2 offerings, in order to complete the process of internationalization of our Institution.
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