No more than 20 educational organizations in each of the nominations will be admitted to it
The appearance of the Perseus educational center in the Irkutsk region is a new stage in the development of a regional system for identifying and supporting gifted and talented children, creating a single scientific, methodological and information resource for supporting highly motivated children.
The center will organize specialized shifts for gifted schoolchildren of the Irkutsk region in the areas of “Science”, “Sport”, “Art” using the infrastructural, material and technical and human resources of educational organizations of various types, scientific organizations, cultural organizations, sports and the real sector of the economy Irkutsk region.
For the implementation of this task, funds have been allocated from the federal and regional budgets.
The Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region has launched a new project “Unified State Examination-2020. Let’s analyze it with a specialist. ” A series of video consultations has been prepared on the most difficult tasks from the unified state exam.
Schoolchildren of the region had the opportunity to ask questions that arise in preparation for the state final certification.
“We understand that now the schoolchildren are in a difficult situation. There are several months left before the start of the main period of the USE. Of course, now they are consulted by teachers, the guys are working with the examination material. However, it is extremely important for us to understand what difficulties graduates face, what tasks raise the most questions for them. Our main goal is to maintain a high level of knowledge of children and help them prepare effectively, ”said Viktor Akopyan, Minister of Education and Science of the Samara Region.
In the official accounts of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Samara Region on social networks, analyzes of tasks in social studies have already been posted. The list of video tutorials will be updated daily. In addition, graduates of the Samara region actively joined the All-Russian campaign “I will pass the exam”. On social networks, eleventh graders post videos and share life hacks with their peers.
In the Altai Territory, the winners and laureates of the regional stage of the VII All-Russian competition “The Best Inclusive School of Russia” have been determined. Barnaul school No. 49 won in the nomination “Best Inclusive School”, schools No. 106 and No. 31, also from Barnaul, became laureates.
In the nomination “The best inclusive kindergarten” the victory was won by kindergarten No. 21 from Novoaltaisk, the laureates – kindergarten No. 57, Rubtsovsk, kindergarten No. 7 “Raduga” of the Kulundinsky district and kindergarten No. 201, Barnaul
The competition “Best Inclusive School in Russia” is held by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation with the aim of increasing the activity of educational organizations in the development and implementation of inclusive education, attracting the attention of the teaching community to the inclusion of children with disabilities and children with disabilities in the general education system.
The winners will represent their region at the federal stage. No more than 20 educational organizations in each of the nominations will be admitted to it.
The 75 best materials presented by the finalists of the International Competition of Methodological Developments “Lessons of Victory” are now available to Russian and foreign teachers. You can get acquainted with the methodological developments on the official resource of the competition.
In the open access, methodological developments of lessons for schoolchildren of different ages on history, fine arts, Russian, native, foreign languages, literature, music are presented, as well as the best lessons of foreign teachers, the best meta-subject lessons, class hours and social school projects.
The organizers of the competition are confident that the publication of the developments will open up wide opportunities for conducting lessons and extracurricular activities both in a traditional format and in a distance form.
In the Year of Memory and Glory, the Ministry of Education pays special attention to the patriotic education of schoolchildren, preserving the memory of the Great Patriotic War.
The “Victory Lessons” competition brought together more than 15 thousand active and talented teachers and methodologists from all constituent entities of the Russian Federation and 25 foreign countries. Participants sent to the competition individual methodological developments of lessons, class hours, social projects for schoolchildren dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
The final of the competition, which will be held in September, will be attended by 33 winners of the qualifying round of the federal stage – three finalists in each of 11 nominations.
The competition was initiated by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, the Russian Historical Society and the Prosveshchenie Group of Companies and is timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War and the Year of Memory and Glory announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The final stage of the regional correspondence competition of professional skills in the field of additional education “Pedagogical Kaleidoscope” has started in a hero essay conclusion the children’s technopark of the Altai Territory “Quantorium.22”.
The works were presented by managers, methodologists, teachers from educational organizations in the nominations:
– “Experience in creating an innovative model for organizing additional education for children”;
– “Model of network interaction of educational organizations that implement additional educational programs with industrial enterprises and business structures in the field of scientific and technical creativity”;
– “Additional general educational program of technical orientation”;
– “Methodical development of a lesson in the direction of technical creativity”;
– “Methodical development of educational activities, events.”
The works will be evaluated by the teachers of the Altai State Pedagogical University.
Winners and prize-winners in each category will be awarded with diplomas, authors of the best works – with certificates for creative achievements.
Students of pedagogical universities from different Russian regions join the project of the Ministry of Education of Russia “Volunteers of Education”.
At the Yaroslavl Pedagogical State University named after K. D. Ushinsky, work is being carried out in several directions, including the use of the new electronic platform “My School Online”, which can be used by all students. For children who do not have access to the Internet, volunteers can transfer assignments on electronic media.
At the Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University named after I.N. Ulyanov, the headquarters of IT volunteers was created. It is composed primarily of students specializing in information technology.
Young people were trained in the format of a remote hackathon, and then started to work – today they advise not only school teachers, but also university teachers.
Students of Armavir Pedagogical State University are implementing the Digital Volunteers project. They provide information on the technical features of various platforms, help establish video communication, conduct testing and organize homework checking.
Not only future teachers are actively involved in the work: for example, students of the Murmansk Arctic State University from the public associations Arctic Cyber Patrol and the Laboratory of Computing Systems and Networks have established a 24-hour online watch. They remotely set up video communications, solve technical problems, answer questions, and continue to learn themselves.
The scope of activity of “Volunteers of Education” is expanding: they also receive appeals from psychologists, parents and students. This allows future teachers to gain invaluable experience in teaching.
The Minister of Education Sergei Kravtsov announced the start of the Volunteers of Education project.
The project is designed to support teachers who, in the current situation, are switching to teaching schoolchildren at home using distance technologies. Undergraduate students of pedagogical universities from different regions will take part in its implementation.
From April 6, all schoolchildren, students of technical schools and colleges of the Samara region, after the holidays, begin their studies in a distance mode. This decision was made in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in the region.
All educational organizations, in accordance with the recommendations of the regional Ministry of Education and Science, published the timetable for all classes on their websites. At the same time, it should reflect the forms of implementation of distance learning: online lessons, video lectures, independent work with electronic educational resources and recommendations in what form the lesson should take place. This will allow parents to monitor the child’s employment. The duration of the lesson should not exceed 30 minutes.