study bays me – And that textbooks cost?

But often we do not realize this, what is going on in the minds of children and teenagers, then we make the wrong decisions didactic or educational. With more and more research we know about brain development, but as a rule, do not use this knowledge quite well in school and in our homes. At the conference Inspire @ TION 2015 – HOW TO MAKE EVEN BETTER SCHOOL POLISH about the biological development of the brain said Marek Kaczmarzyk of the University of Silesia. His presentation can be recommended to all teachers who teach in schools – information that passes can help many people to better understand their young charges. At certain stages of development very difficult for adults to understand children’s behavior, but what was surprising, since eg. They may have in mind “crazy gardener with scissors, which cuts out the millions of neuronal connections.” Knowing this, how the child’s brain is crucial for teaching – on the one hand, schools should better match the expectations of the development opportunities of children, on the other – propose such tasks and activities that will foster the development of the brain. Welcome to the occurrence of: *** The organizers of the INSPIRE @ tion 2015 are: modern education portal Edunews.pl, Foundation for the Development of Knowledge Society THINK! and the company Think Global. A partner of the conference is a group of Superbelfrzy Republic. The strategic partner of the conference is to project champions Coding Samsung Electronics Poland. Institutional partners are the Foundation for the Development of the Education System, Education Development Center, Warsaw Center for Educational and Social Innovation and Training. Business partners are the company Learnetic SA and modern education Edustore.eu zone. Media partner: Voice Teaching. (Note about the author: Marcin Polak is the creator and editor of Edunews.pl, is engaged in education and social communication, implementing social projects and commercial nationwide and internationally. He is also a member of the Superbelfrzy RP). See more of the INSPIRE @ CY 2015: Model SAMR, ie technology in teaching about brain development and school games and fun instead kserówki (1) Teaching based on the method of projects break Quizizz Do not be afraid to encode about educational space in the school day projects school / ** / jQuery (document) .ready (function ($) {jac_init ();}); var JACommentConfig = {jac_base_url: ‘/ component / jacomment /’ SITEURL: ‘/ component / jacomment /? tmpl = component & view = comments’, minLengthComment:’ 10 ‘, errorMinLength:’ Your comment is too short. ‘, maxLengthComment’ 5000 ‘, errorMaxLength:’ Your comment is too long. ‘isEnableAutoexpanding:’ 1 ‘, dateASC’ recent comments at the top ‘, dateDESC’ Latest comment in bottom ‘, votedASC:’ Most voted on top ‘, votedDESC’ Most voted in bottom ‘, strLogin:’ Login ‘, isEnableBBCode:’ 1 ‘, isEnableCharacterCounter:’ 0 ‘, isEnableLocationDetection:’ 0 ‘, commentFormPosition:’ 1 ‘, hdCurrentComment: 0, contentoption’ com_content ‘ContentID’ 3089 ‘, commenttype’ 1 ‘jacomentUrl’ https://www.edunews.pl/badania-i-debaty/badania/3089-o-rozwoju-mozgu-i-szkole ‘contenttitle: “The development of the brain and school ‘, hidInputComment:’ You must input comment. ‘, hidInputWordInComment:’ The words are too long you should add more spaces between them ‘, hidEndEditText:’ Please exit spell check before Submitting comment ‘, hidInputName:’ You must input name ‘, hidInputEmail:’ You must input email ‘, hidValidEmail:’ Your email is invalid ‘hidAgreeToAbide:’ You must agree that abide by the website rules’ hidInputCaptcha: ‘You must input the captcha’, textQuoting ‘Quoting’ textQuote ‘Quote’, textPosting ‘Posting’, textReply: ‘Reply comment’ textCheckSpelling ‘No writing errors’, mesExpandForm ‘(+) is a Click Expand’ mesCollapseForm ‘(-) Click to Collapse’ theme ‘default’, txtCopiedDecode ‘Copied DCode’}; / ** / / ** / / ** // ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / / ** / function open_youtube (id) {jacCreatForm ( ‘open_youtube’, id, 400,200,0, 0, ‘Embed a YouTube video’, 0, ‘Embed video’); } / ** / / ** / window.addEvent ( “load” function () {var url = window.location.hash; c_url = url.split ( ‘#’); d = 0; tmp = 0; if (c_url.length> = 1) {for (i = 1; i -1) {tmp = c_url [i]. split ( ‘:’) [1]; if (tmp! = “”) {id = parseInt (tmp, 10);}}}} url = “? tmpl = component & option = com_jacomment & view = comments & contentoption = com_content & ContentID = 3089 & wound = 1047843917” ; if (d! = 0) {url + = “& currentCommentID =” + id;} var req = new Request ({method: ‘get’, uRL url onComplete: function (text) {$ jacJQuery = jQuery; $ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html ($ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html () + text); moveBackground (id ‘https://edunews.pl/’); jac_auto_expand_textarea (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper-.conversation avatar’). tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘3089’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / Poland goes back to school. To prevent this you must change the system of teacher education and training. High schools do not lie in the twentieth century, but the nineteenth century. Most teachers still confined to the dry knowledge. 19-year-old students are sitting in the pews as a seven-year, listen to the teacher, who is standing in front of the blackboard and writing their parents excuse them (…) Page 1 of 2to are the words of Irene Dzierzgowski interview in 2006., Which recently recalled Witold Kołodziejczyk Education blog on your future. Has been said by a person who a Polish school and its problems, and she knew a lot of performing the functions in the government, he was not afraid to make bold changes. It is hard to disagree with them today. Although so far introduced changes in the education system, and planning, I have the impression that all processes are linear and very spread in time (for many years). You can venture to say that the recent reform of the curriculum was the symbolic end of the work that was started over a decade ago. Over 10 years took us a partial reconstruction of the system, which – according to many educators – still does not solve most of the problems in the Polish school. Consider how many changes occurred in the same period in the society, and especially in the lifestyle of young people, which affects how they learn and how they would like to learn. Is not too slow and not too seldom “reforming” education? Is school reform should not be a permanent process and multi-threaded? The upgrading and modernization of Polish schools are debating now at least 20 years, and I think so far, after all, relatively few managed to introduce changes from the top, forcing them from the institutions managing the education system. Most positive transition has taken place until now by itself, from below, more locally than globally, and followed and they occur at different rates in different schools (sometimes even spaced a few hundred meters). Much of the credit teachers, but not tylko.Zastanówmy in Poland today would look like a school, if it was not at her side supporting her in the education of children and youth non-governmental organizations? It is worth to look at the business school from this point of view – would subtract everything that reaches the school from the outside, on the occasion of various projects at local, national or even international – which would in schools? This wealth of projects implemented by NGOs around the school makes, for example, a student can learn in school, something more practical, then what useful for him in his life, or that it becomes citizen who understands how the state and society is prepared to participation in publicznym.Albo other approach – what we have in the schools, if not for the activities of educational publishers, if there were no place on the schools more and more interesting and multimedia educational content? Some people complain about the high activity of marketing publications in schools, but then without modern textbooks and accompanying tools to support the work of the teacher, the lesson would be sterile and boring. And that textbooks cost? Well, even the creation of free e-textbook costs – at last someone also must pay for its development. How not from their own pockets, it is public money, after all that, however, also come from our pocket (taxes) … I recently came across – tracking blog George Siemens – an interesting statement on a US blog devoted to new technologies (ReadWriteWeb), which decided expand slightly. As a publisher offering modern solutions for schools can change schools? Just by providing schools with modern educational resources that: “will be offered to schools and teachers for free or at low cost, or will be disseminated free of charge, but with a paid component leading to a more complicated version (optional); »Will be created with the participation of teachers, tested by them in class, and when the attention of teachers will serve to improve educational resources; »Will promote education of the XXI century, allow interaction, working in groups, developed powers of the twenty-first century, rather than factual knowledge; »Will be based on a model of open or semi-open (various licenses), encouraging teachers to make their own improvements and expansion of resource-based products offered by the publisher; »Will be created using open-source technology. Non-governmental organizations and educational publishers in my opinion two forces that are able to actually modernize teaching in Polish schools. Of course, in cooperation with teachers, who will be able and willing to benefit from such support. Therefore, unless we pay more attention to bottom-up “reforms” school. Let they will be going up regardless of the changes introduced from above, because so far thanks to the grassroots, consciously pursued policy of the school authorities, some schools manage to keep up with fleeing to the front of the world. 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Send (); }); / ** / Lisbon Council, Brussels Institute think tank, released a study of comparable systems of higher education conducted in 14 OECD countries, the EU and the United States, Australia and Switzerland. European universities fared in these studies rather average; Polish poorly when it comes to preparing graduates to work. The report shows that European universities do not excel in the global rankings of the best universities, and the European system of higher education must do more to respond to the needs of a modern economy based on knowledge. “By publishing this report, we want to start a European debate on the effectiveness and usefulness of European education systems higher, which lead us to the real challenges of increased global competition and the development of various international educational initiatives. “- said Paul Hofheinz, president of the Lisbon Council. “In the era of knowledge society, access to education is a key component of public policy, guarantees great social and economic benefits. Our report shows that Europe must do much more to effectively participate in this global game “.With research shows that the most effective and tailored to the labor market systems of higher education are Australia, the United Kingdom and Denmark. In contrast, fared the worst universities German, Austrian and Spanish, which should expand educational offerings to a wider group of students and provide them with good preparation to work. “European education systems do not give us these results, which we would expect. These systems are too elitist and exclusive. Do not offer too many opportunities for educational sufficiently large number of students. “- said Dr. Peer Ederer, the lead author of the study. Compared to other European countries, it turned out that in Poland, the easiest way to get to college. Unfortunately, the results of the report once again confirmed the weakness of the Polish education system. Polish Achilles heel is to prepare for work. We have a huge number of students, but also the highest percentage of unemployed graduates, which indicates the low quality of education. In the ranking of the Lisbon Council we won in this category last, 17th place. Polish diploma since it does not open the door to a career, more and more young Poles want to study abroad.

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