This year we are implementing it in two countries – Bulgaria and Mongolia.
The webinar was attended by heads and teachers of general and professional educational organizations, institutions of higher education, organizations of additional professional education, representatives of public organizations of people with disabilities.
Eight school gyms have been renovated this year. In 2021, major repairs of gyms and updating their material and technical base will take place in 11 schools, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Amur Region reports.
Repair work is planned in schools in the villages of Volkovo, Sosnovy Bor, Krestovozdvizhenka, Maksimovka, Chergali, Bolshaya Sazanka, Saskal and the urban-type settlement Ushumun.
The modernization of gyms is taking place within the framework of the federal project “Success for every child” of the national project “Education”.
۱,۳۸۰ residents of the Astrakhan region will be able to get a new specialty or improve their qualifications, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Astrakhan region reports.
The training centers are the Astrakhan State Polytechnic College, the Astrakhan State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, and the Astrakhan College of the art-fashion industry.
The training program is organized according to 24 professional competencies, among them – “Oil and Gas Production”, “Geodesy”, “Cookery”, “Welding Technologies”, “Hairdressing Art”, “Electrical Installation”, “Tour Operator Activity” and others.
After graduation, program participants are issued a certificate of advanced training and Skills Passport.
In the Perm Territory, in three months, two Quantorium mobile technoparks visited ten territories. These are Bardymsky, Kuedinsky, Elovsky, Berezovsky districts, Osinsky, Chernushinsky, Chaikovsky, Suksunsky, Lysvensky and Chusovsky urban districts, the press service of the Government of the Perm Territory reports.
Thanks to mobile laboratories, 1.7 thousand schoolchildren got acquainted with technical creativity. Specially equipped vehicles were purchased by the Perm Territory within the framework of the national project “Education”.
In each district and city “Quantoriums” spent two weeks. The guys mastered the skills of programming, technical modeling, and 3D design.
As noted in the Ministry of Education and Science of the Perm Territory, classes in the mobile technopark help children decide on the choice of their future specialty.
The IV regional conference “Speech therapy support for children with special educational needs: theory and practice” was held in the Ivanovo region in a distance format.
The organizer of the conference is Vichuga correctional boarding school No. 1 with the support of the Department of essay on my teacher my hero Education of the Ivanovo region and the University of Continuing Education and Innovation of the Ivanovo region.
۸۰ specialists discussed the organizational and methodological aspects of the correction of speech disorders in children. The conference was attended by employees of preschool, school educational organizations, as well as teachers of additional education and organizations for orphans and children left without parental care.
The work of the sections was organized in the areas of “Organization of speech therapy work with young children”, “Modern approaches to the diagnosis and correction of speech disorders in children with intellectual disabilities”, “Innovative and computer technologies for the correction of speech disorders in students with special educational needs.”
The conference participants noted that in their work they are guided by the approximate Regulations on the provision of speech therapy assistance in organizations carrying out educational activities, approved by the order of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation of August 6, 2020 No. R-75.
The regional conference has become a resource platform for presenting the innovative experience of 30 speech therapists of the Ivanovo region in the implementation of modern speech therapy and correctional and developmental technologies in the practice of the educational process.
“Governor’s camp” for educational programs and technologies “Artek” begins its work in three regions – Yaroslavl and Kursk regions and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, the press service of the IDC “Artek” reports.
“Our plans are even more ambitious: we plan to implement the Governor’s Camp project in 85 constituent entities of the Russian Federation,” stressed Konstantin Fedorenko, Acting Director of the Artek ICC.
He said that in order to launch the first three camps in “Artek”, training of counselors for the regions was organized, which will ensure the implementation of Artek work standards.
“The last three shifts we have been training counselors from the leading pedagogical universities of the Yaroslavl and Kursk regions and the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug. They were trained and worked as counselors at Artek. In addition, each of them, with the support of the Artek pedagogical team, has prepared an educational program for implementation directly in their subject, ”said the head of the International Children’s Center.
To implement the shifts, “Artek” will send a team of educators, senior counselors and methodologists to the regions. Thus, in the pilot camps, the Artek programs will cover about 1000 children in 3-4 shifts.
Konstantin Fedorenko pointed out that the Governor’s Camp project aroused the interest of foreign colleagues: “We are going abroad with this project as well. This year we are implementing it in two countries – Bulgaria and Mongolia. A whole team leaves for Mongolia to implement two shifts. “
“Governor’s Camp” is a project involving the creation in each subject of the Russian Federation of one children’s center for educational programs and technologies, as well as personnel approaches of “Artek”. The implementation of the project is based on a multilateral agreement between the regional government, regional universities and the Artek IDC. It is assumed that the functioning of the camps will take place under the patronage of regional executive bodies.
The goal of the project is to increase the availability of best practices for working with children and expand development opportunities for schoolchildren from different regions.
On May 10, the XVI All-Russian youth educational gathering of military-sports organizations and cadet corps “Union-2019 – Heirs of Victory” ended in Kazan, the press service of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation reports.
The gathering was attended by over 600 people from 40 regions of Russia.
Children of 14-17 years old, united in 41 teams, competed in swimming, shooting, fencing with bayonets, sports knife throwing, kettlebell lifting, and also demonstrated their knowledge and skills in a historical quiz, military tactical game, march-throw competitions, medical training, strength testing and obstacle courses. The program of the event also included excursions, educational workshops, seminars, lectures and the laying of a capsule with a message to the participants of future training camps.
According to the results of all tests, the first place was taken by the team of the Kurganinsk Cossack Cadet Corps.
On Victory Day, May 9, participants in the All-Russian youth training camp “Union-2019 – Heirs of Victory” led the column of the “Immortal Regiment” action in Kazan.
In the All-Russian Children’s Center “Orlyonok” in the framework of the program of the historical and patriotic session “The Road to Victory”, the project “Academy of Museum Sciences” was launched.
It is attended by activists of the local history museums of educational organizations from 31 regions of the country – the winners of the competitive selection organized by the Victory Museum.
“Participants of the“ Road to Victory ”program, with the help of museum specialists, are engaged in preserving the historical memory of the people. This does not allow us to forget about how our grandfathers and great-grandfathers fought in the Great Patriotic War, because thanks to them we now speak our native language and enjoy life ”, – noted the director of the Orlyonok All-Russian Children’s Center A.V. Jeus.
Together with mentors – Orlyonok teachers, experts from the Victory Museum and members of the Russian Military-Historical Society – the children study the types of exhibitions and the rules for their design, learn to create their own excursion programs, collect, analyze and organize materials. In addition, they will become familiar with the application of VR and IT technologies in this industry, as well as master the rules for reporting events in the media and social networks.
During the program, young researchers earn points – elements of the rating system for personal and team growth. Based on the results of the training, the best participants will receive commemorative diplomas and prizes.
At the Academy of Museum Sciences, the children will create their own educational projects on the themes: “Commanders of Victory”, “City Defender of the Fatherland”, “Heroes of the Unforgotten War”, “Museum Modeling”.