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VIORICA STĂNESCU          PHYSICS TEACHER  SPECIALIST INSPECTOR IN PHYSICSMunicipal School Inspectorate of Bucharest  The ...
Bucharest School Inspectorate• Number of  education  units subordinated: 450   08/08/12                    2
What are my responsibilities?• Coordinate, guide, advise and verify the work of a total of 518    teachers of physics at t...
The capital of Romania, Bucharest08/08/12                       4
Bucharest08/08/12    5
The Peoples Palace  Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12                                     6      House of...
Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12                                     7
Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12                                     8
Larc de Triomphe (Bucarest) - Arcul de Triumf     in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road08/08/12         ...
Parc dHerestrau08/08/12                      10
The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului)           1936, prof. Dimitrie Gusti (1880-1955)08/08/12                              ...
Education system in                Romania             Organisation of the Romanian education• 1. Primary education:- nurs...
Teachers• Primary school teachers (institutori) are trained in teaching high   school (vocational upper secondary school) ...
Thank you for your        attention!08/08/12                 14
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  1. 1. VIORICA STĂNESCU PHYSICS TEACHER SPECIALIST INSPECTOR IN PHYSICSMunicipal School Inspectorate of Bucharest The Ministry of Education, Research, Youth and Sport Icoanei Street, no. 19, sector 2 Bucharest Romania08/08/12 1
  2. 2. Bucharest School Inspectorate• Number of education units subordinated: 450 08/08/12 2
  3. 3. What are my responsibilities?• Coordinate, guide, advise and verify the work of a total of 518 teachers of physics at the secondary level (gymnasium and high- school);• Physics discipline management;• coordination and verification of the quality of education;• making the network-information to promote news curricular;• link between the ministry and schools on the physics curriculum;• identifying opportunities for teacher training, support training activities in education and physics;• organizing school competitions;• conducting inspections in education in Bucharest;• offer advice in choosing educational curriculum opportunity, organization of national assessments;• conflict mediation;• development topics for school competitions and examinations for hiring teachers in the system education;• upgrading the human resource database and the results of the discipline;• evaluating and reporting on the quality of teaching and learning and teacher education;• teaching physics 2-4 hours/week. 08/08/12 3
  4. 4. The capital of Romania, Bucharest08/08/12 4
  5. 5. Bucharest08/08/12 5
  6. 6. The Peoples Palace Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12 6 House of the People - Casa Poporului
  7. 7. Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12 7
  8. 8. Civic centre - Communist Nicolae Ceausescu08/08/12 8
  9. 9. Larc de Triomphe (Bucarest) - Arcul de Triumf in the northern part of Bucharest, on the Kiseleff Road08/08/12 9
  10. 10. Parc dHerestrau08/08/12 10
  11. 11. The Village Museum (Muzeul Satului) 1936, prof. Dimitrie Gusti (1880-1955)08/08/12 11
  12. 12. Education system in Romania Organisation of the Romanian education• 1. Primary education:- nursery schools - creşe (0 to 3 years)- pre-school education (< 7 years)- primary school (7 -10 years, I-IV forms)• 2. Secondary education:- lower secondary school (11 -14 years, V-VIII forms)- higher secondary school: secondary education (15 -18 years, X-XII forms) or vocational• 3. Higher education:- University bachelor’s degree;- University master;- Doctoral programs.• Lifelong learning08/08/12 12
  13. 13. Teachers• Primary school teachers (institutori) are trained in teaching high school (vocational upper secondary school) or university colleges (short-type education).• Lower and upper secondary school teachers (profesori) are trained in higher education, four to five years, depending on the subject they teach.Initial teacher training• Initial vocational teacher training is offered to vocational subject teachers in the form of a pedagogical course at universities.Lifelong training for teacher (preuniversitary education)• After 2 years experience of teaching, exam for title of qualification awarded the Degree DEFINITIVE in teaching;• After 4 years (after the Definitive Degree) - exam for Degree II;• After 4 years (after the two Degree) follows exam for Degree I.Every five years a teacher needs 90 credits transferable. 08/08/12 13
  14. 14. Thank you for your attention!08/08/12 14
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