Heading: IIDS: INNOVATIVE EDUCATION
Pages: 92-100
Codes: DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2022-14-1-92-100 ΣΔΚ 373.1 ΑΑΚ 74.2
Title: EDUCATIONAL MODEL OF “7 KEYS” SCHOOL
Authors: N.A. Popova, O.V. Barkova, E.A. Omelchenko
Abstract: Educational model of “7 Keys” private general education school is discussed. “7 Keys” is full day school, where the teachres and children live a fairly long time period together. Adult resources are not only excellent knowledge of the subject taught and pedagogical excellence of the teacher, but also the values, interests and motivation of every adult included in the scholl educational activities. The teacher always translates these values via his/her pedagogical activities influencing the pupils voluntarily or not. Cultural an emotional exchange that goes on between the teachers and pupils from the first to the eleventh grade is important for us. Pupils spontaneously master thinking technologies, knowledge on the subjects and intersubject skills in this communications. Pupils gain a personal experience that help them to self-identify, make personal choice and develop their individual development trajectory. All new skill and, experiences are gained by by the dupils in the course of projecting.
Keywords: adult resources, child resources, communicative activities core, independent choice, individual development trajectory, values and interests of teachers and pupils, formats of school educational activities: projecting, creative and philosoiphical battles, educational intensives, pre-profile courses, laboratories, creative and sports sections, school self-government, WorldSkills championships
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