StudyBays.Me – For students of this school at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, he has prepared a multimedia research laboratory, in which you can evaluate the effects of the environmental disaster associated with the eruption of the volcano Mount St.

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Many directors and teachers of wonders and makes various attempts to change the school, looking for inspiration and guidance, what could be improved in order to improve the quality of education and provide students with the values ​​and develop competencies that they will need in the modern world. What is the recipe for change in the school? What should we remember? Where to start? This is one of the many questions that you will find the answer in a speech Octavia Gorzenski – Eduzmieniacza, director of the LO 17 in Gdynia, who shared his experience during the INSPIRE @ CY 2018 in Warsaw. The provision is not difficult, but implementation requires important skills, seasoned with a pinch of consistency and patience. For example, the transformation of 17 School in Gdynia will be able not only to find out that a change in the work culture large public (system) schools is possible, it will know the secrets, as well as its successes and errors associated. You will be able to inspire action and see how to start, what to watch and what to remember. You’ll also what to avoid when changing school reality and what is the key to change the mentality of people. We invite you to watch the occurrence of an Skecznotka by Danuta Gierczak (thank you!): *** @ TION INSPIRE Conference 2018 was held in Warsaw on 28-29 June. It was attended by approx. 380 teachers and educators from across the Polish. This year was combined with the celebration of 10 years of portal Edunews.pl organizer of the conference were: the portal Edunews.pl Foundation, Think! and Think Global sp. o.o. Partner of the series of conferences organized in 2013 are teachers and educators from Poland and groups Superbelfrzy Superbelfrzy Mini. The main partner of the INSPIRE @ CY 2018 was Samsung Electronics Poland and Coding Masters program. Partners: Orange Foundation, Vulcan, Katalyst Education, Nordweco, Copernicus Science Center, Warsaw Center for Educational and Social Innovation and Training. Media Partners: Voice Teachers, Cogito, around schools. 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Send (); }); / ** / Learning the computer recorded the new core curriculum instruction. It contains a provision on the obligation of educating students in the field of computer work and use of ICT from Iklasy school. This must be constantly reminded that none of the teachers in the schools did not forget. In the Sejm Deputy Minister of Education Krystyna Szumilas he responded yesterday to questions deputies Ewa Wolak and Ursula Augustine, who asked about the legal framework and financing the introduction of e-learning in schools. Speaking of e-learning Szumilas stressed that “it is important that the environment in which taught a student, it was the environment using modern technologies. The activities should be carried out at various levels and must involve the process of teaching, school management and build online resources and media is also an important part of distance learning “- she said. She recalled that the standards of teacher training include training in information technology – this is mandatory. Classes are also conducted refresher in this area for professionally active teachers of all subjects (from kindergartens to secondary schools). She added that the regulation on the release for use of school curricula and textbooks allowed to apply for such a license also for textbooks in electronic form placed on both the media and the Internet. They introduced include ability to conduct educational journals in electronic form. Szumilas also said that projects on the development of platforms and educational resources are conducted at the central level and in the framework of regional operational programs and national programs, such as the “Innovative Economy”, “Infrastructure and Environment”, “Development of Eastern Polish”. As examples mentioned, among others, such projects as: “Light as a feather”, “E-school”, “Info-school”, “Multimedia cabinet for students.” She added that the regions were contracted for this purpose 246 million zł, and at the MEN is 100 million zł. Deputy Minister also recalled that several years shall be consulted on-line for Polish teachers working abroad, and in mid-February this year moved to the Polish pilot teaching students living abroad; He is participating in the pilot including 24 students in 12 countries around the world. 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Send (); }); / ** / Digital technologies are becoming cheaper and offer great opportunities to support the learning process in schools. However, it is not just about simple solutions, such as computers and interactive whiteboards that display a variety of content, games, movies, but something more. Virtual worlds well suited for the implementation of research and making science experiments. Three-dimensional worlds with which a lot of people meets in computer games can be a great educational community (in many games, especially strategic, they are too). Today, without much of a problem, you can create software that will describe a fragment of the world that surrounds us. This gives students an almost unlimited exploration. They receive lessons on the task of studying a particular phenomenon (difficult to implement in a “normal” school reality) and execute them directly in the world created specifically for education. An interesting example of the use of three-dimensional learning environment comes from universities (Polish equivalent of high school) district of Baltimore (Maryland) in the United States. For students of this school at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, he has prepared a multimedia research laboratory, in which you can evaluate the effects of the environmental disaster associated with the eruption of the volcano Mount St. Helens (2550 m above sea level) in May 1980. Eruption, preceded by warnings wulkanologicznych services, had devastating effects – tossed in the air one-third of the volume up and had a strength of about 20,000 times greater than the first atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. Volcanic ash fallout (from 12.5 cm closest to the epicenter 1.3 cm) was recorded in the following days until 11 states, even over a distance of 2000 km, Oklahoma. Thanks to the virtual world designed with the scientists from Johns Hopkins University students face the possibility of the personal experience of the effects of the disaster. They travel the areas around the volcano (today it is a National Park) special vehicle through which they can reach any place in yourself and assess how the environment has changed as a result of the disaster. Accurate reflection of conditions around the volcano and transfer them to the virtual world was made possible through the use of extensive research in the area of ​​Mount St. Helens by the government, NASA and several corporations. Thanks to the public created a simulation game that appeals to students much more than a description of the events in the books of history and geography. As the authors, although there is currently no accurate studies showing a better educational outcomes, there is a noticeable improvement in students’ motivation to learn and their involvement in solving the following tasks designed in the virtual world. Importantly, such a tool also increases the effectiveness of a teacher. The area around the volcano deliberately chosen for the project because at this point you can perform many tasks and objectives related to mathematics and natural objects. And because the environment here suffered huge damage, you can be carried out dozens of different studies and experiments. Students here and meet different people living in the vicinity of the volcano, as well as animals, plants, they will have to face many challenges – for example, to find a solution to the riddle of extinction of fish in nearby ponds. Students participating in the classes do not work in school computer labs. The Laboratory is designed as a separate room equipped with powerful electronics. Its center is the 10 TV screens of 72 inches diagonal, which displays the image of the National Park. They were arranged in two semicircles – so that students can communicate in the classroom. The room is also set to 30 workstations with monitors that display the same data and images as on the big screen and on which students work. It’s powerful organization of lessons that idea and implementation differs from traditional lessons, we know from school. Local education authorities are full of optimism – have already decided on the correction of the curriculum, to take account of the opportunities offered by the virtual laboratory. This year it will be used for physics and mathematics, but in subsequent years it is planned to classes in the humanities and English. Is this the beginning of a new trend in school education? The authors of the idea are already thinking about the next project – landing on the moon.