He explained that “the lessons put the will of the parents organizing authorities kindergarten, most hiring teachers from local language schools. However, most of these local schools in Poland does not have accreditation.” “We encourage you to start learning foreign languages ​​as early as possible, provided, however, that this will be done skillfully,” – said Poszytek. Similar opinion expressed present at the conference Ramon Shindler, co-founder study bays me and one of the characters emitted in 2003-2006 TVP1 television series “Lippy and Messy.” The program, which teaches children through play in preschool and early school English, enjoyed great popularity. “The best way to teach the child a foreign language is to ensure contact with him. Listening to songs or dialogues, the child learns much faster than an adult due to the fact that in the first period of life just listens, “- said Shindler. Impersonator role Wizzy’ego wizard is also involved in teaching English at the Jagiellonian University. FIJED was established in 2009 to raise the quality of teaching foreign languages ​​in Poland. the Foundation takes part in the European project monitoring language education “Language Rich Europe”, which finances the European Commission. the project developed a set of questions that will be asked in almost twenty European countries, different people involved in teaching languages: methodologists and teachers of the employees of ministries and scientists. the project “Language Rich Europe” refers to the broader education of both foreign and native and regional languages ​​in public and private schools or workplaces. the resulting research report is fOR iN dstawiony authorities of the countries covered by the program. Run by the British Council in Berlin, the project started on 1 November this year. 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Send (); }); / ** / More and more teachers realize that it is more important to teach students critical thinking than striving to achieve their high performance in tests. This view is difficult to accept, as a teacher in the school is settled just with the test results of their students. If, however, agree internally, that critical thinking is important, what can we do about it? The training of critical thinking requires approval by the students the possibility of committing mistakes and consent to failure. Failure is an opportunity to learn from mistakes and correct their actions. The defeat has a bad reputation, associated with weakness. If you make mistakes it is reprehensible, a failure is considered a weakness. Error is an integral part of learning and students should learn at each stage to know about it. It is this approach from the very beginning students to attend school. Later on, for example, in school, it may be too late. Then the students are bought on degrees and exams, and committing an error in the exam have not taught anything, because there is no possibility of its correction. Therefore grades and rankings do not help in learning critical thinking. In this matter can only help with the evaluation of transfer students feedback about their work. You can learn without degrees, but can not be unrated shaping. Michael Jordan said in a Nike commercial 1997: In my life I made many mistakes and that’s why I did it. Scientists claim that people who learned in his youth to experience failure as adults better able to benefit from the help of others, are self-confident and have more confidence to the environment (study 2016. Published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology). School should teach students how to deal with failures. The crux lies in how we use the errors and failures and how to present students. Fits in work culture of the school, if the teacher expects students only perfection, making a mistake will be considered as a weakness, but if the same teacher shows his attitude that mistakes are accompanied by learning, then students can accept them and use in their science. Note about the author: Danuta Sterna – was a mathematics teacher and the school principal, substantive expert in the School learners (SUS) (led by CEO and PAFF), author of books and publications for teachers, promote formative assessment in Polish schools. This entry comes from her blog platform in partnership Edunews.pl – www.osswiata.pl. 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Send (); }); / ** / We lived to – we have one of Europe’s most educational and cultural centers popularizing science. Yesterday, after a very short, as the Polish realities, the period of work, was opened in Warsaw Copernicus Science Center. The inauguration was graced Big Bang – outdoor multimedia show directed by Peter Greenaway and Saskia Boddeke. Two years after the start of construction, the appointment of four cultural institutions and six of the band for the learning center was opened in Warsaw ‘Copernicus Science Center. It is worth noting that the Center grew out of a genuine social need, expressed by the hundreds of thousands of visitors every year Picnics Scientific Polish Radio BIS (today: Science Picnic of Polish Radio and the Copernicus Science Center) and Science Festivals. The initiative of the scientific community, to create a place in Warsaw promotion of modern knowledge, was taken by the state and local authorities across party lines – and as we see successful. Why the Big Bang? The opening of the Copernicus Science Center is inspired by the idea of ​​the Big Bang. As the organizers explain, “we refer to the theory of the Big Bang theory as both the creation of the universe and the history of the investigation to the most beautiful models of modern science, which changed the consciousness of humanity. It is in this theory przeplotły together mathematical precision, careful empirical observation and imagination. A reference to the archetypal scientific theory also allows us to guide the form of Nicolaus Copernicus, whose courage opened the way of thinking heliocentrycznemu image of the world. “The Big Bang is the announcement of a new opening in the way of talking about science and science communication in Poland. As an institution entering into a dialogue with customers and focusing on their individual experience, the Copernicus Science Center will be the common intellectual space – place to look for ways of development through education, science and participation in culture. Returning to work and Boddeke Greenaway, the main part of the show was the opening CNK animation showing the seven myths about the creation of the world, including the modern theory of the Big Bang. In the next part we had the opportunity to see the history of science represented by profiles of some eminent scientists, people of culture, arts and humanistic thought. An additional element of the show was a big countdown – from Copernicum element with atomic number 112 after hydrogen and atomic number 1. After this there was a big bang, and immediately followed by a spectacular choreography with the participation of 250 dancers. And finally it was possible to go inside. Center developed in stages vastness of the works related to the project made the Copernicus Science Center will be opened in several stages. Since Friday, visitors enjoy the 350 exhibits and five permanent exhibitions located in the so-called. A unit building. These are: “Roots of Civilization”, “Light Zone”, “Man in Motion”, “Man and the Environment” and a special gallery for children, “Bzzz!”. In December, will open “Robotic Theater”, where you can watch regular art presented by machines. The program will include “Tales robots” by Stanislaw Lem. “It’s the world’s first theater, where actors perform in the role of work” – said the deputy director of the Center Peter Kossobudzki. The remainder of the exhibits will be available until next year, when available to visitors will be put among labs, gallery “Re: Generation” and the conference center. In late spring 2011 will be ready to use multimedia planetarium. “Planetarium is a 16-meter high dome, inside of which thanks to modern apparatus will be watching not only the star, but literally immerse themselves in the film displayed around” – Peter Kossobudzki assured. The planetarium will be displayed both films about journeys to the stars, this looks like the inside of a cell or the world look like in the time of the dinosaurs, but also rock concerts. Touch and explore the Copernicus Science Center is a space dedicated to the autonomous exploration of the world through experience. The idea of ​​education, which stands behind it, closer to the “attractive communication” than its popularization of science. Copernicus will show not so much scientific and technological achievements of law, which allowed for independent experiments carried out on each of the exhibitions. As pointed out by Robert Firmhofer, director of the Copernicus Science Center, “place in the spotlight experiment affects emotions, without which it is difficult for the true passions, including those cognitive.” Copernicus Science Center will be the largest science center in Poland. Adults and children will be able to experience yourself in the phenomena of physical, chemical, biological, but also the humanities – social science, history, and archeology. The program will include Copernicus permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions, laboratory classes, lectures, readings, public screenings, conferences and events artistic and cultural events. It is therefore a great example of the use of edutainment methods to popularize knowledge. Copernicus Science Center is a joint initiative of the City of st. Warsaw, Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Ministry of Education.

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