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Moscow school of the future project

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Sergey Lowjagin: Moscow School of the Future …

Sergey Lowjagin: Moscow School of the Future

Scientix European Conference, 6-8 May 2011, Brussels

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  • Still it is one of the most intensive developing schools
  • He said: This school is a best example of the school for Russia
  • Strong integration into school life
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    • 1. Moscow School of the Future - a Large-scale Project and Implementation s Dr. Sergey Lovyagin School Centre for Science and Technologies Moscow
    • 2. City of Moscow
      • 11 mln. population
      • 1 mln. – secondary education
      • 100.000 teachers
      • 1500 schools
    • 3. Science education in Russian schools Subjects Lessons per Year Primary School – classes 1 – 4 Science 70 Math 140 Secondary School – classes 5 – 9 Physics (from 7 th class) 70 Chemistry (from 8 th class) 70 Biology and Geography (from 6 th cl.) 70 Math 175 IT (from 8 th class) 70 Secondary School – classes 10 – 11. 2 Levels: Basic / Advanced Science / Physics, Chem., Biol. 105 / 105 – 175 for each Subject Math 140 / 210 IT 35 / 140
    • 4. Moscow School of the Future project
      • Major features:
        • students’ leading role, hands-on activity;
        • multimodal information presenting;
        • ICT-based education
      School Library
    • 5. Features
      • Content Shift
      • Assessment of process not isolated results. Rubric-based, multi-teacher
      • Transparency for parents and society
      • Full-day
      • Health monitoring, recommendations
      • Digital Identification
      • School federations and other types of networking
    • 6. The ICT component of the environment
      • Individual notebooks for all students and teachers
      • wireless network in the whole school,
      • broadband Internet
      • Open-source Learning management system based on Moodle
      • Digital recording and data processing
    • 7. Implementation 1
      • The State School # 2030 is opened in 2007:
        • four store building
        • overall space about 20.000 sq. meters
        • about 1.100 students.
      • Models of schooling:
        • constructionistic,
        • exploratory
        • project-based
      • The rich environment is considered as inspiration and implementation vehicle for the future.
    • 8.
      • The classrooms, workshops and corridors are saturated with objects and environments to play, experiment, and research
      Hands-on
        • World of Water installation
        • Digital microscopes biology lab
        • MiniInteractives in Library
    • 9. Implementation 2
      • School #1060 - 2008 year
      • Interactive exhibits area
      • in a big hall on the 4 th floor
    • 10. VIP visit school for future
      • 10.11.2010
      • Vladimir Putin visited School #1060
    • 11. Implementation 3
      • School Centre for Science and Technologies “Polygon Pro” – 2010 year
      • 15 laboratories and workshops
      • For 120 schools in the Center of Moscow
    • 12. Goals
      • Practical learning and professional orientation
      • Collaboration between Schools and Science and Industry
      • realization of students projects and investigations (Environment – tools – materials – professionals)
    • 13. Outcomes
      • Advanced ICT piloting
      • Teacher development and experience sharing
      • Examples of a new school and consultancy,
      • Model of a new educational environment