The student design office “PRO.UM” of the Pedagogical Innopark of PetrSU presented the project “The Polar Way to My Karelia” to representatives of the education of St. Petersburg.
The work of the round table “From a young specialist to a successful teacher” was completed with the participation of representatives of education of St. Petersburg and teachers and students of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of PetrSU.
At the round table, which took place at the site of Gymnasium No. 540 of the Primorsky District of St. Petersburg, which is included in the Top-500 of the best educational institutions in Russia in terms of high educational results, the problem of training successful young specialists was discussed.
Participant of the event, Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Andragogy of the St. Petersburg Academy of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education (SPb APPO) Olga Borisovna Dautova spoke about her experience of teaching history at school, emphasized:
A good teacher is a person who is constantly learning, who does not stop for a second.
Also O.B. Dautova wished all the participants a happy teacher’s fate.
Daria Pavlovna Khurda, Chairman of the Association of Young Teachers of the Primorsky District, gave advice to young colleagues:
Believe in the profession, and you will find the reflection of yourself and your work in children.
The students of Petrozavodsk University presented the project “The Polar Way to My Karelia”, aimed at increasing the interest of schoolchildren in the history and traditions of their small homeland.
We managed not only to learn something ourselves, but also to pass on our experience. At the gymnasium we presented the project “The Polar Way to My Karelia”. The main goal of this project is to form in schoolchildren of Arctic Karelia ideas about the possibilities, history and potential of their native region by completing an educational web quest.
The main idea got the audience interested. Petersburg colleagues confirmed the importance and relevance of the project. I also liked the form through which we want to achieve our goal. A web quest is a technology that is interesting to modern schoolchildren, because it is implemented on a platform that is understandable for them, using the Internet.
We ended our presentation with a phrase that embodies our project and it sounds like this: the polar path to my Karelia is a project about love for our native land and small homeland. We hope that with our project we have inspired the audience and revealed the urgency of the problem ,
– said student Anastasia Vlasova, project coordinator.
Svetlana Petrovna Demidova, director of the Information and Methodological Center of the Primorsky District, noted:
We hope that we will be friends for a long time and we will have joint creative, scientific affairs.
Rubakhina Svetlana Grigorievna, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of PetrSU:
The great (professional) interest of the school teachers was aroused by the presentation of the project by Anastasia Vlasova, who told (presented) the main idea (task) and the predicted result. As part of the presentation of the project, the authors demonstrated their web quests. All quests interested young teachers, especially bilingual ones.
All questions concerned the technology of creation and the content. During the presentation, students demonstrated a high level of both subject (Karelian and English) and pedagogical training, fluency in professional terminology and knowledge of the psychological and physiological characteristics of younger adolescents,