Laureates of the creative competition will receive interesting books as a gift
Currently, 2 odysseus is a hero essay.5 thousand participants have registered for the forum. The forum will host more than 50 events in 13 areas: foresight session “New paradigms of education”, educational infrastructure, management and marketing in education, educational journalism, preschool and general education, etc.
The selection round of the “Most Talented Reader” competition has started in the capital, the press service of the Moscow Mayor reports.
“Pupils of grades 1-6 can take part in the selection round. This week, tests will take place in the Northern, Northeastern, Central, Southern and Eastern districts, ”- stated in the information release.
Contestants will present their favorite books, answer video quiz questions and take quests on knowledge of the work of Russian and foreign writers.
Each age group will have its own assignments.
The city stage of the competition will take place in March, with the winners of the qualifying round taking part in it. The laureates of the creative competition will receive interesting books as a gift.
On February 23, the “Team” Educational Center of the Moscow City Higher Educational Institution “Vorobyovy Gory” will host the final of the “Open competition in sports tourism for the Moscow Mayor’s Cup among students with disabilities,” the press service of the Center for Continuing Education “Travel Laboratory” reports.
More than 500 people will take part in the sports festival: 37 Moscow teams, athletes from Bashkiria, Sverdlovsk and Yaroslavl regions.
The children will have to put together a tent for a while, lay down several types of fire, go through the obstacles that are encountered on the way of real tourists.
“For the fourth year, the Mayor’s Cup is becoming a territory of sport and kindness, where teams of fans go to the starts together with children with disabilities. They walk hand in hand to victory, learn to understand each other and be friends, ”the organizers of the competition note.
The organizer of the Open Competition in Sports Tourism for the Cup of the Mayor of Moscow among students with disabilities is the Travel Laboratory.
A job fair will be held for students and graduates of Moscow construction universities on February 27, according to the official website of the mayor of the capital.
The largest construction companies in the city organize presentations and interviews.
“This Wednesday, the House on Brestskaya will become a place where future builders will be able to directly meet and communicate with representatives of the construction industry companies in the capital. The result of this meeting can be both employment for graduates and practice and internship for senior students, ”said Sergei Levkin, head of the city Department of Urban Development Policy.
He added that the provision of the industry with qualified personnel is a guarantee of timely and high-quality implementation of city programs.
It is planned that the fair will be attended by more than 1 thousand people, mainly graduates and senior students of institutions that are part of the educational and production association “Architecture, construction and housing and communal services”.
On February 26, Sergei Kravtsov, head of the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science, and the parents of Moscow schoolchildren will take part in the All-Russian action “One day for passing the Unified State Exam with Parents,” the press service of Rosobrnadzor reports.
The action started on February 15 in Murmansk, Kostroma, Moscow regions, as well as in the Republic of Buryatia and the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. Within two weeks, points for parenting examinations will open in each constituent entity of the Russian Federation.
“One day for passing the exam with parents” has been held at the initiative of Rosobrnadzor in all regions of the country since 2017.
On March 1, 2019, a lesson of courage will be held in Russian schools, said Olga Koludarova, Deputy Director of the Department of State Policy in the Sphere of Education, Additional Education and Children’s Recreation of the Ministry of Education of Russia.
“This lesson is very important, since we are responsible for the upbringing of a harmonious personality,” she emphasized at a press conference dedicated to summing up the results of the All-Russian public and state initiative “Warm Heart”.
Olga Koludarova recalled that it is necessary to involve children in socially useful activities, to form their readiness to “steadfastly accept life situations”.
“A lesson in courage involves both classroom and extracurricular activities,” she said.
To prepare for this lesson, methodological recommendations were sent to the subjects of the Russian Federation.
The Russian movement of schoolchildren has also joined the work on this project: it helps to conduct lessons in 17 regions of the country.
The priority topic of the Moscow pedagogical competition of exhibition art projects has been announced: in 2019, the competition is dedicated to the theater.
Children’s creative teams of educational organizations (studios, circles, workshops) under the guidance of a teacher of fine arts can present their works. The age of the participants is from 6 to 17 years old.
The topic assumes a wide and varied genre and meaningful interpretation: it can be a series of drawings about the theater, images of theatrical characters in sculpture and paper-making, models, booklets and playbills; “Theater in a box”, a theater with puppet characters, a carnival of masks, fantastic costumes, pictorial, graphic, and collage-based explications; photo reports about school theatrical performances.
Those interested can present a performance or a whole school play with children’s decorations or excerpts from the play, as well as a video.
Requirements for competitive projects: an exhibition art project is a thoughtfully formed collection of creative works (3–10 works), expressing a certain meaningful concept of the proposed topic and united by a single exposition and artistic idea.
It can be one collective work performed by several participants (panel, layout, photo collage, installation, spatial composition).
The teacher has the opportunity, along with collective projects, to present an individual project consisting of the works of one author.
Entries are evaluated according to certain criteria:
– meaningful choice of the author’s theme of the exhibition project, disclosure of the content of the theme by artistic means, figurative expressiveness;
– observation of authors, originality and independence of creative solutions;
– deliberate choice and use of expressive and technical capabilities of artistic materials, mastery of execution;
– exposition solution of the exhibition project;
– design of the exhibition project, its presentation and information support.
The competition is organized and held during the 2018-2019 academic year on the basis of the State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education ICRKPO.
In February, the Subject-Methodological Commission reviews the electronic versions of exhibition projects and selects nominee projects for publication in the Internet gallery on the competition page in the FB and further exhibiting at the final exhibition at the Center for Continuing Art Education. The second round of the Competition is held in March 2019.
The final exhibition of the best projects will be held in March – April 2019 at the exhibition hall of the Center for Continuing Art Education. Further, exhibition expositions are planned at the sites of the competition partners and in educational institutions.
At the final exhibitions, presentations of exhibition projects and their discussions, master classes, a celebration of awarding creative teams, round table meetings on the results of the competition and rewarding teachers will be held.
On February 18, a training course will begin, which will help prepare for the “Total Dictation” campaign, TASS reports with reference to the project organizing committee.
“On February 18, on the eve of the International Mother Language Day, free courses will begin in 100 cities of Russia and the world to prepare for the global action“ Total Dictation ”. Classes will be held in 14 countries: Russia, Abkhazia, Great Britain, Vietnam, Germany, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, the Republic of Cyprus, the United Arab Emirates, Finland, France and Estonia ”, – stated in the information release.
The course program is designed for eight lessons of two hours. Participants of the action will repeat the theory, consolidate the rules of spelling and punctuation in practice. The topics of the lessons were developed by the expert council of “Total Dictation”.
The final, eighth lesson is working on errors in the text of the dictation, which everyone can write on April 13.
“Eight lessons will not be able to accommodate the entire Russian language course, but will allow the participants to remember the rules of spelling and punctuation, practice writing dictations, and also discuss difficult cases with teachers.