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Networking for Europe Bulgaria show

  1. 1. Bulgarian Educational System. Hristo Botev Secondary School, Kubrat, Bulgaria Thematic category: Promoting acquisition of key competences throughout the education and training system Topic: Education for Active Citizenship and Sustainable Development Theme: Networking for Europe – Designing a European curriculum for young citizens Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 1
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  4. 4. Educational System of Bulgaria Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 4
  5. 5. School education in Bulgaria is compulsory by the age of 16. It begins at the age of 7. Assessment is done using a six-point rating system – the marks awarded are: excellent 6, very good 5, good 4, fair 3 and poor 2. Diploma of completed secondary education is issued to pupils who have completed grade 12 and have passed the state matriculation exams. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 5
  6. 6. Length of school week/year All students have classes 5 days a week; School year starts on 15th September; Length of the school year: • 1st grade - 155 days; • 2nd to 4th -160 days; • 5th to 8th -170 days; • 9th to11th -180 days; • 12th grade: 155 days. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 6
  7. 7. Length of school day/week Duration of lessons: 40 / 45 min. Number of lessons per week: •1st and 2nd grades: 22; •3rd and 4th grades: 25; •5th to 8th grades: 30; •9th to 12th grades: 32. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 7
  8. 8. National External Evaluation In one day for all students in Bulgaria of the respective ages This evaluation is mandatory at the completion of the relevant degree: • Primary - for students in 4th grade /11 years old/ • Basic - for students in 7th grade /14 years old/ • Secondary - for secondary school graduates /19 years old/ Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 8
  9. 9. Higher education is provided by higher education institutions that are granted full academic and substantial financial autonomy. They are independent in terms of governance and management of the allocated public funds and of their additional revenues. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 9
  10. 10. Our school was founded in 1890 and was only the one school in the settlement. We provide education to 640 students now. 1999 marked the beginning of a set of new classes studying: “Computer science and English language”. This is the most attractive profile at the school today. 10
  11. 11. School Structure Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 11 Director Deputy Director Educational Issues Head teachers: - Primary level - 5.- 12. classes - Extra classes activities Heads of Methodological Departments Senior Teachers Teachers Junior Teachers
  12. 12. Difficulties in School Work: • Lack of motivation; • Low language skills, poor vocabulary and poor knowledge of the Bulgarian language; • Difficulties to work with abstract notions and concepts; • Poor or lack of engagement by parents. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 12
  13. 13. Our contribution to “Education for Active Citizenship and Sustainable Development” We conduct at our school : Extra classes contests on many general subjects – Olympiads, including Civil Education; Extra curricular activities: -reforestation, cleaning up areas and saving water campaigns; -comic strips competitions on different topics; Presentations and exhibitions. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 13
  14. 14. 9th May - The Day of Europe 14 Students’ Self-management Day
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  16. 16. LLP 2007-2013 “Clean Rivers for the Clean Seas” 2009-2011 “Traditional Customs of Four Seasons” 2011-2013 Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 16
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  18. 18. “Ecological education is the base of the green future” on students’ opinion. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 18
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  20. 20. Students’ answers to the question: “Which were the benefits of project participating for You?” • Got knowledge about culture and customs of other counties in Europe; • Practiced English; • Made new friends; • Visited foreign countries; • Had fun time; • Learned many new facts for other Europeans; • Had unforgettable moments. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 20
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  22. 22. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 22 Euroscola, 2010 2012
  23. 23. Teachers’ Training Attending in Teaching Practices Contest Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 23
  24. 24. 1. Are you agree with this content: “Good education provides successful youth future"? 24% 62% 9% 5% Yes, completely. Yes, comparatively. No. I can't answer 2.Are you planning to go to university after completing secondary school? 67% 24% 9% Yes, in Bulgaria Yes, abroad. No. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 24 Questionnaire for Students
  25. 25. 3. Have you decided what will be your job after completing school or university? 4. Are you interested in the national and EU programmes which provide active involvement of youth? Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 25 52% 48% Yes No 43% 33% 0% 0% 24% Yes, for social skills Yes, for social skills and competences for labour market Yes, for study aboad Yes, for voluteering No
  26. 26. 5. Which your Key competencies were improved during this school year? Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 26 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Communication in the mother tongue Communication in foreign languages Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology Digital competence Learning to learn Social and civic competence Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship Cultural awareness and expression
  27. 27. I see in this study visit opportunity: To get innovative approaches how to motivate students to lead a sustainable and ethical life style and career; To improve my English by participating in intercultural education discussion and establish new friendships for collaborative work in the future; To learn what are the priorities of Networking for Europe and how to organize successful students’ career guidance. Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 27
  28. 28. Hristo Botev Secondary School, Kubrat, Bulgaria http://soukubrat.com/ E-mail:sou_kubrat@abv.bg Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 28
  29. 29. Mayya Radeva Head Teacher for 5.-12. grades 2013-SV-02-BG-LLP-02953 Contract N LLP-2013-SV-34 e-mail: may.radeva@gmail.com Study Visit Group 208, Essen, Germany, May 2014 29 http://mayradeva.alle.bg/

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