On the basis of the Karelian Institute for the Development of Education, the IX Republican Day of the Rural School of the Republic of Karelia took place. The staff and members of the Pedagogical Laboratory of the Rural School of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of PetrSU took part in the scientific and practical events.
The purpose of the conference is to support the development of rural educational organizations in the Republic of Karelia.
Among the participants there are heads and teachers of rural and other educational organizations of the Republic of Kazakhstan, members of the public pedagogical movement “Association of Rural Schools of the Republic of Karelia” and other public organizations, representatives of educational authorities.
Natalya Vladimirovna Karmazina, Ph.D., First Deputy Minister of Education of the Republic of Karelia, made a greeting and a report “School of the XXI century: new challenges”.
The new educational resources of the region and the work of the Center for Information Technologies and Monitoring of the Karelian Institute for Educational Development were introduced to the participants by Maria V. Kuzmenko, Ph.D., Vice-Rector of the Karelian Institute for Educational Development, head of the CITM.
An active discussion was caused by the topic of practice-oriented consultation “The current situation of human development. Uncertainty and risk as factors of mental ill-being. How to help yourself and others? Markers of the need to contact a psychologist” Saraeva Ekaterina Vyacheslavovna – clinical psychologist, gestalt therapist (European certificate), director ANO “Family Center” Veresk “(Petrozavodsk).
The panorama of the practices of rural educational organizations was opened by Valentina Gennadievna Konstantinova, chairman of the Yaroslavl regional public organization “Leaders of rural schools” in her report “Implementation of socially significant projects as a resource for the development of rural schools (on the example of the activities of YAROO” Leaders of rural schools “)”.
Representatives of Karelian teachers of rural schools shared their experience: M.A. Vdovin, director of MBOU “Kep Basic General Education School named after Ortie Stepanov” of Kalevala NMR; L.E. Chervenchuk, deputy. Director for OIA in correctional classes N.V. Efimova; Director of the Ladvinskaya Secondary School No. 4 of the Prionezhskiy MR; S.V. Khomutova, speech therapist, Novovilgovskaya Secondary School No. 3, Prionezhskiy MR; VS Stafeikova, director of the MCOU “Tolvuyskaya secondary school” Medvezhyegorsk MR; U.Yu. Kovalenok, EV Kustov, teachers of MBOU “Rabocheostrovskaya secondary school” of the Kemsky MR.
The conference was continued by the round table “Zemsky teacher and Zemsky teacher +: from the past to the future”. The participants discussed the interim results and prospects of the “Zemsky Teacher” program in the Russian Federation and the initiative to create the “Zemsky Teacher +” Centers.
Invited scientists, classics of Russian science in the field of pedagogy of rural schools from other regions, took an active part in the round table, who drew the participants’ attention to the meanings and origins of rural teaching in Russia:
Bayborodova Lyudmila Vasilievna, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Prof., Head. Department of Pedagogical Technologies, Head of the Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Education at the YaGPU named after K. D. Ushinsky (Yaroslavl);
Tsirulnikov Anatoly Markovich, doctor of pedagogical sciences, prof., Academician of the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow);
Sheraizina Roza Moiseevna, doctor of pedagogical sciences, prof., Head. Department of Primary, Preschool Education and Social Management of the Novgorod State University of the Yaroslav the Wise Estate (Veliky Novgorod);
Korshunova Olga Vitalievna, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, prof. Department of Pedagogy, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Vyatka State University” (Kirov).
We continued the conversation about the results, problems and prospects of the “Zemsky Teacher” program in the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan and the intermediate results of the “PROFI-partnerships” in Karelia: M.А. Vdovina, director of the Municipal Educational Institution “Kep Basic General Education School”, I.N. Veleslavov, Moscow State Educational Institution “Pryazhinskaya Secondary School named after Hero of the Soviet Union Maria Melentieva”; came to the conclusion about the importance and necessity of special training of teachers for a rural school: O.Yu. Stepanov, former director of the Pryazhinskaya Secondary School named after Hero of the Soviet Union Maria Melentyeva and other participants of the round table; the initiative was supported and told about the experience of the implementation of a special course aimed at training a teacher for a rural school, Kazko Elena Sergeevna, head of the Pedagogical laboratory of a rural school, Ph.D.
Summing up the results, the conference participants noted that a very necessary, important conversation took place about the pressing problems of rural education. The PetrSU tradition also found support in preparing students for work in a rural school within the framework of the course “The originality of educational activities in rural educational organizations” with the direct support of the Pedagogical laboratory of the rural school of the IPP PetrSU.
From PetrSU, the meeting participants were Elena Sergeevna Kazko, head of the Pedagogical laboratory of a rural school, candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor of the department of theory and methodology of primary education; Bychkova Oksana Anatolyevna, laboratory specialist, senior lecturer of the Department of Timber and Medical Education; Komarova Irina Vasilievna, Ph.D., Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education; Kuzmenko Maria Viktorovna, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education; Rubakhina Svetlana Grigorievna, Candidate of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education and the Department of Botany and Plant Physiology; Smirnova Svetlana Iosifovna, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education; Turkina Valentina Mikhailovna, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education.