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tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘3121’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / Teachers and students have the opportunity to use more and newer information and communication technologies in the classroom. How to make classes with ICT effectively to support learning and developing new skills? The Ministry of Education encourages students and parents to participate on March 21 this year. national Day of New Technologies in Education. “We are anxious to March 21, students and their parents can take part in free and public demonstrations, workshops, multimedia presentations, games and activities, screenings, meetings and demonstration lessons on modern technologies that can be supported in science. “- says the Ministry of Communication. To submit your project must complete the registration form available on the https://men.gov.pl/dnte and send notification period to 18 March 2018. Formula and form of celebration is an open DNTwE organizers. Participation in this initiative is open to schools, research bodies, universities, cultural institutions, NGOs and all stakeholders to popularize the use of new technologies in education. It should ensure that especially in schools that appeared on a number of initiatives that could inspire teachers for more efficient and smarter use of new technologies in learning. It was in the school is a place for such education – need to change the approach to teaching (see. Some reflections on technology in education). The patronage of the initiative Day of New Technologies in Education took over the European Schoolnet, a network of 34 European ministries of education. (Source: Ministry of Education, ed. 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Send (); }); / ** / The authors of the report “Poland 2030” remind us that the ability to learn in a market economy is the key to success and self-fulfillment. Is Polish school develops such instructions? How to build a system that will allow it to set new goals? – about, among other things, participants discussed the third editorial debate – that it fragments. Anna Raczyńska – “Education and Dialogue”, the deputy ed. In chief: Let’s first answer to the question whether the Polish school of learning to learn? Maciej Winiarek – Publisher Program “Key to Learning”: Today is better than a few years ago, but not well. Neither the education reform, the introduction of a new attitude or program did not result in changes in the way the school. Poland still does not teach school learning. I evaluate it from the perspective of my experience as a publisher of educational programs and as a parent. My child acquires knowledge, collects information, however, tasks and exercises, which performs within the school did not stimulate learning, logical thinking, drawing conclusions, creating projects, ie this activity, which is the most valuable. His classes are restorative. I am aware that the implementation of fundamental changes take time, I get the impression, however, that we can not take advantage of that time. And it is a reasonable assessment. My child taught in a private school, which in theory should be put in front of modern goals. Unfortunately, the non-public schools repeat the errors of public education. Anna Raczyńska: Indicates the Lord therefore a system error. Please describe it in more detail. Maciej Winiarek: The labor market imposes rules to all industries, compliance with which determines success. One of them is to assess the effectiveness of workers and resulting consequences. If the job is done badly, it solves the employment contract or applies stimuli to improve its efficiency. Polish education is no exception. The teacher is not evaluated for effectiveness, only for the completion of the program provided for in the class. And just thinking about it. The teacher does not have moreover tools that will enable it to assess whether the child is prepared for life? It is gained not only knowledge but also skills? And in this I see the source of the problem. Because the teacher is the most important person in the whole system. Anna-Sobala Zbroszczyk – Director 2. Social High School in Warsaw STO: Actually, I was very surprised about this debate. We all know the answer. Polish school does not teach and learn it for three reasons. First of all – the existing system of teacher training it completely up to the task is not prepared. Second, the Polish school does not know how and when to learn – to learn. The teacher does not know how to do it and when to whether biology, or perhaps educational lessons? And thirdly – the specific skill, like learning a foreign organizational culture Polish school. She is not interested in creating a place where you can learn from this example that the student was your strengths and develop them in school. I say this based on my own experience. As an expert consultant and social action: “School with Class” read thousands of reports, which clearly showed that the teachers could not replace the strengths of their students. Sometimes they pointed to the success in the sport, but most were only examples. The conclusion is therefore obvious – at school with a traditional structure, there is no place for such a challenge. Karol Semik – Superintendent of Schools Mazowiecki: Based on the experience gained, not only as a curator, but also as a former director of the school I’d be afraid definite answer: yes or no. The vast majority of schools do not equip students in such skills, but there are places in the Polish education, in which teachers are able to do it. A good example of this is the Creative Schools Association, which is a specific family of schools where there are teachers who know how to recognize the strengths and weaknesses of the student’s characteristics and on the basis of this diagnosis can prompt how he can develop this skill. Anna-Sobala Zbroszczyk: I suggest that we coined the concept: learning. As one of the core competencies it is defined in many different documents, and it generally means an attitude of openness, skills planning their school career, planning your success and learning strategies. But this kind of ability is also dependent on the student’s knowledge that such a strategy exists, he knows how to build it and how to use it. For now, however, the school did not help him in getting this self-awareness. Perhaps it is because the idea that in addition to biology, physics or Polish school also taught how to learn, is brand new. Raczyńska Anna: I was trying to ask whether the idea to pursue. The Lady says the king is naked! So let us go further and say how to change this state of affairs. Karol Semik: recently participated in a conference under the title: “Do not wait”, which talked about how good it is extremely important to diagnose the characteristics of psychosocial development of the child to the third year of his life. This diagnosis is already inscribed in preschool education. High hopes can also be associated with the new core curriculum, which guarantees teacher autonomy in the implementation of specific objectives. But I agree with you that a change of the curriculum does not immediately force a change of course teachers. The theory may have nothing to do with the practice, if we do not introduce a new system of education. And there is a great appeal to higher education, which can play a fundamental www.studybays.me/ role in Polish transform consciousness teacher. At one of the conferences I once heard provocative questions: Do you need a teacher, because Google is a search engine? Who works harder in the British school – teacher or student? After all, these are the questions that situate our thinking about pedagogy, to prepare teachers to perform their duties just in terms of the realities and the modern world. Anna Raczyńska: You say, however, only the elements of the system, not its shape coherent and effective. Karol Semik: Indeed, the lack of system solutions means that many students do not fully use their talents and does not plan to good effect educational success. The elements of the system – although slowly – but steadily, however, to penetrate the Polish education. Please also note that a team of experts who prepared the report “Poland 2030” form a very young, well-educated people. Generation thirties, which is trying to construct a model of education for their children. This information is extremely important because it creates the possibility of formatting awareness of teacher education from the very beginning. Anna Raczyńska: Are you suggesting the need for a generational change? Karol Semik She is certainly very necessary, but we can not wait for her. Changes in the Polish education is a matter of urgency, needed immediately. Maciej Winiarek: Generational change is indeed necessary. I’m not saying that the mental metric determines the border, but their work often experience situations that are not optimistic. It turns out that the young people, after two or three years of work, they say as if they spent half a century at the school. Soak way of thinking, which differs from the present. Certainly not we regulate this law. Moreover I do not know if we should not count, because with us is too much law. We have everything we need to either rule or regulation. What is needed is simply a solution that would give the young teachers more clout. In other words, the responsibility for change should be moved to a large extent on the young generation. Wojciech Starzynski – President of the Social Educational Society: In his public ministry I meet hundreds of people who carry trades far removed from those in which they are educated. This means that mobility and the ability to learn something new is quite large. Is this to be seen only merit of school, whether it is also due to other factors – hard to say. But it certainly means that the school is not so bad, since learning of such thinking, which opens up new opportunities for ambitious people. It is true that the key to systemic change is the training of teachers. The thing is, it comes back to this issue in any discussion, at every conference, but none of this is not clear. We’re in a closed circle – and that’s the problem. Maciej Winiarek: Yes, the Poles have the ability to adapt, but not in this thing. The problem is in fact a huge loss of intellectual potential. Imagine what would happen if an educated Pole could work according to their qualifications. Unfortunately, the lack of system solutions means that instead of using our capabilities, we somehow cope. End of Part I of the discussion. Read the second part of the discussion about learning skills. 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