Spanish Educational System, Comprehensive Overview


The job shadowing is a type of training for teachers that allows them to gain comprehensive knowledge about everyday responsibilities of their foreign counterparts by observing them in their workplace.

The aim of the participation in this type of program for both pedagogical and non-pedagogical school staff is to get to know all the details about the educational system in the host country and have the possibility to compare it with theirs in their home country. Moreover, it is an opportunity to apply and share their own experience related to education in an international context, build new partnerships and create inspiring and useful cooperation networks allowing for further professional and personal development.

The participants will have the opportunity to meet foreign students and teachers, talk to them, observe the classes, learn about the teaching methodologies they use, as well as comparing the facilites and specific equipment used to teach and organize daily work.

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These competences extend beyond traditional academic achievements, focusing on fostering skills and qualities that empower individuals to navigate life with confidence and independence.

  • Adaptive Learning Skills: Emphasis should be placed on developing adaptive learning skills, enabling individuals to absorb and apply knowledge in various contexts. This includes personalized learning approaches that cater to each individual's unique strengths and challenges.
  • Social and Communication Proficiency: Building strong social and communication skills is crucial for fostering meaningful connections and promoting active participation in society. Specialized programs should focus on effective communication, interpersonal relationships, and social integration.
  • Daily Living Skills: Equipping individuals with practical, everyday living skills enhances their autonomy. This includes tasks such as personal hygiene, time management, and household chores, fostering a sense of self-sufficiency.
  • Vocational and Occupational Training: Tailoring educational experiences to include vocational and occupational training ensures that individuals can explore and develop skills relevant to potential employment opportunities. This prepares them for meaningful and fulfilling roles in the workforce.
  • Emotional Regulation and Well-being: Prioritizing emotional regulation and well-being is essential for overall mental health. Educational programs should include strategies for self-awareness, coping mechanisms, and emotional expression to support individuals in managing stress and promoting positive mental health.
  • Inclusive and Diverse Learning Environments: Creating inclusive and diverse learning environments fosters a sense of belonging and acceptance. It is essential to promote understanding, respect, and appreciation for differences, fostering a supportive community for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
  • Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs): Implementing individualized educational plans ensures that each learner's unique needs and abilities are recognized and addressed. This personalized approach maximizes the potential for academic and personal growth.
  • Advocacy and Self-Advocacy Skills: Empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to advocate for themselves and others is crucial. Educating them about their rights, encouraging self-expression, and developing advocacy skills contributes to their ability to navigate societal structures and promote inclusivity.

  • It helps to improve communication and encourage continuous improvement.
  • It is an excellent networking tool and can facilitate the breaking down of language and professional barriers across the schools all over Europe.
  • It is an opportunity for hosts to share best practice and to allow for self-development of the visitors/guest and, often, the host.
  • It allows teachers to view work processes they are involved in from a different angle.
  • It provides the individual with a unique opportunity to find out how other teachers work and what their schools roles involve.
  • It develops a deeper knowledge and understanding of their own role and functions as a teacher across countries.
  • It can be used as a way of "testing out" possible forms of teaching.

  • The opportunity to view and reflect on your own area of work supported by the “fresh eyed”view of the visitor/guest.
  • Understanding and appreciating other needs and priorities outside your established work role.
  • Developing coaching/mentoring skills.
  • The opportunity to discuss your role and its needs and priorities with others.
  • Understanding why things work the way they do.


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100% funded by the Erasmus+

400 person

Services included

  • Pre-arrival information.
  • Tuition & training materials.
  • Training Certificate.
  • Europass Certificate.
  • Admin & organizational costs.
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