WORLD LIFACES OF DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
THE PROBLEM: REALIZING THE CHILD’S RIGHT TO FREEDOM AND FREE DEVELOPMENT: MYTH OR REALITY
PURPOSE OF COLLECTIVE SEARCH:
✓ expanding students’ knowledge of creating a life-giving space for the child.
Чення involving students in active discussion of the problem, identification of differences and common features between the state of pre-school education in Ukraine and other countries of the world; mastering the skills of applying theoretical knowledge to reality analysis;
Вати develop creative thinking.
Several participant reviews:
To give a lecture in an interesting form – we know, we know, we practice! Today, through a joint effort of students of the 4th year of specialty “Preschool Education” and our teacher Oksana Dmitrovna, they gave a lecture on “Pedagogical Technologies” in the form of a press conference. The main topic was “Development environment in pre-school education institutions in different countries of the world. Development Recipes for Ukraine. During the press conference, students turned into real experts in pre-school education abroad, optimists and pessimists, who highlighted its advantages and disadvantages, journalists who were able to ask questions of participants of our pedagogical bridge. Also, editorial boards were created in the audience, led by analysts and their assistants from each country, who prepared an informative express-release of the newspaper Recipes for Development for Ukraine. And of course, the press secretaries who became the presenters of the event, skillfully operated the microphone, giving the floor to all the participants of the conference and summarizing the achievements of the teams of each country, were an integral part. The students gained a lot of experience during the preparation for the press conference, were able to work in teams, exchanged experience and knowledge at the press conference with its participants and guests. The guests noted that the conference was successful, they received a pleasant impression of the event and will gladly use the experience they have gained in their activities.
Natalia Dzer, K-41
Students of the 3rd year of K, who were invited by Oksana Dmitrievna Selepi, acted as “sponges”. They looked at the process and grasped on the fly everything that is happening in other pre-school education institutions around the world. They made the conclusions from what they heard, because they happen every Wednesday in practice in the kindergartens of the city, so the mode of “listen, grasp, understand” is activated. It was quite interesting to look at such an inverted lecture, because it was possible to hear different opinions of experts, optimists and pessimists and ask why such questions arise in the 4th year improvised journalists. For them, it was something new, because they didn’t have to be on such lectures yet.
Diana Glushkevich, K-33