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  1. 1. Jukka Sormunen, headmaster, Fulbright alumniOpistotie 1, 70200 KUOPIO, FINLANDCell.
  2. 2. 24.7. 1940Vyborg
  3. 3. The classical gymnasium of Viipuri was transferd to Kuopio 26th ofJuly 1940. The desision was made by president of Finland Kyösti Kallio(desision N:o 369). The new name was Classical Gymnasium ofKuopio.
  4. 4. • Established 1940• School building was build 1965 (renovation 2005-2006)• Sport high school and classless form of high school started 1990• Lesson recording starts 2007• 408 students and 134 sports students, total 542• Lowest Average 8.68 to get in to Klassikka 2011• 38 teachers and 15 coaches working in the school and other coaches 14• Other staff 11 International Programs•
  5. 5. The school offers instructive and firm all around education.• Gives its support to a growing young person, helping him to take control of his own life and being a functioning part of society.• In Klassikka one can concentrate on sports, humanistic, social or scientific subjects.• A student who has chosen the normal high school can also take the special sports courses that the school offers. A student in the Sports high school can balance his studies, practising his own sport and also competing.• Students have to complete 75 courses during the high school.
  6. 6. Summary•The Academy is a unique arrangementdesigned especially for the athlete,whereby the student athlete can continue her/hisprofessional training while studying for a career.This arrangement offers various forms of assistanceboth with regard to professional training andeducation.•All of the service programmes are available to thesportsman or woman participating in the Academy`sarrangements. System guarantees the athlete thebest opportunities for reaching the top both in sportand in working life. Training• Sports students at the Academy practice professionally both in respect of the amount and quality of their training. The youngest students at the Academy raise their aggregate training so as to accord with their own capacity for development.• Full-time professional teachers, top performers in their own fields, are responsible for the quality of the training. Coaches at the Pohjois-Savo Region Academy of Sport give instruction every morning between 8.10 a.m. and 9.30 a.m. and in the afternoons after normal lessons.
  7. 7. Education• The Pohjois-Savo Region Academy of Sport has developed educational opportunities for athletes. The Academy makes it possible for a student to study the subjects she/he desires while at the same time receiving professional instruction in the sport of his/her choice.• A combination of studies and sport can always succeed at all levels from comprehensive school toTeamwork• Athletes at the Sports Academy are extremely motivated and target oriented; they are the best in their age group. Training in really tough groups is an excellent example of effective the Team-service programme is.• The athletes are of different ages, on which account the younger ones are able to familiarise themselves with the sharper end of top-class sport which in turn influences their own training.• Girls and boys train together. The girls benefit from the greater toughness of the boys and the boys learn to be as conscientious and methodical as the girls.
  8. 8. Features of upper secondary school:• the admission requirement for the upper secondary school is the completion of comprehensive school• upper secondary schools select their students mainly on the basis of previous study record• in practice application takes place through the national joint application procedure• upper secondary school studies primarily aim at further studies at the tertiary level• progress in studies is individual• syllabus planned for three years• possible to finish in two years, maximum four years• students usually 16-19 years of age• upper secondary school instruction also provided for adults, adjusted to their circumstances• more than half of each age group complete upper secondary school
  9. 9. Recordingsystem in the classroom
  10. 10. Media components of virtual classroom
  11. 11. Teaching, meetting,Student Student conversation Studentat home at training at home camp Student at otherStudent schoolat otherschool Media- SQL WWW FTP RTMP Sorenson MMS Flash media server 3.0 (150) gallery Mediaserver cluster .wmv Wirecast 3.0 video broadcast Teaching by videoconference Easyscript for teacher to publish the lesson 5.3.2012
  12. 12. What you see is what you get