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Attendees of teachers’ academy told about new forms of work

11:55 | 02.11.2016 | Education


Penza, 2 November 2016. PenzaNews. Interactive lecture, during which teachers were told about the projects they could participate in until the end of 2016, was held within the framework of the seminar-training “Teachers’ academy: from the idea to the result” at the premises of the Olympic reserve school in Penza on Wednesday, November 2.

Attendees of teachers’ academy told about new forms of work

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Its participants were about 50 teachers of educational institutions, which are members of the Rosnano School League.

The manager of distance education programs Andrei Tyagly said that those wishing to join the project this year have still time to do it and that next time such an opportunity will be given only in May.

He named several events that schools should draw attention to.

In particular, according to him, the coordinators should assess the quality of implementation of the program within the framework of the Rosnano School League and school students should take part in monitoring.

Andrei Tyagly added that in the near future it is planned to hold a free conference “Technological startups: a guide for students or school?” and the contest associated with it.

In addition, the manager of distance education programs explained in detail how to use the unified educational platform “School in the palm,” its features, as well as the best ways for students and teachers to work with it.

In turn, Alexander Selyanin, director general of autonomous scientific production association “School League” noted that the activity of “School in the palm” is organized so that children could register themselves and be self-sufficient.

“We did this to ensure that children do not associate the participation in the contest with the school,” he stressed.

Alexander Selyanin said that the popularity of the project increased due to the fact that teachers need to organize after-school activities in the absence of appropriate tools.

Continuing the theme, Andrei Tyagly added that schools received an opportunity to collaborate in a network form, which is one of the elements of the newest Law on Education in the Russian Federation.

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