Презентация на тему: " 10 самых необычных школ мира" — Транскрипт:
Amazing Schools of the World 10 most unusual schools in the world
1. Underground school Terraset Elementary School PTA (USA) The school was built in the mid-1970s. A regime of energy saving was introduced in the country, which was also used for heating schools. In the town of Reston, the Terraset school was built: the hill was leveled, a building was erected on this site, and then it was covered with earth. The natural earthen cover provided heat and saved
2. School without discipline ALPHA Alternative School The school ALPHA, which opened its doors in 1972, reigns eternal holiday of disobedience. There are no ratings, no strict timetable, no homework. Nobody will punish for the chalk written on the blackboard and will not stand above the soul. Students themselves decide how to spend the school day and what classes to visit. Classes are formed not by age, but by interests: along with mathematics and spelling classes are provided for modeling, cooking and even elementary philosophy. The task of teachers is simply not to interfere.
3. Nomadic school "Kenelakan" (Russia) Nomadic school - "Kenelakan". It is a branch of the Kharyalakh secondary school of the Olenek Evenk national district. At each new parking lot of nomads, in addition to the usual buildings, a school tent now appears. Students can be counted on the fingers. Children are engaged in a specially designed schedule. Homework and control are received on the Internet - all schools for reindeer herders' children within the national project have access to satellite internet. After execution - send them back to the check.
4. School for the search for a common language Busan International Foreign School (South Korea) The children of emigrants study here. Teachers of the school by education are psychologists. They teach their pupils to find a common language with each other. Children learn three languages at once: Korean, English, Spanish. The program also provides for thematic classes, which do not allow you to forget the culture of your native country.
5. School of pleasant interaction with the world Mountain Mahogany Community School (USA) The approach to the learning process in the school is no less original. The three principles on which the school policy is based are pleasure, safety and emotional development. The program is based on the latest neurological studies, according to which a positive atmosphere and active involvement are the key to good learning. At school there are standard general educational subjects, but first of all children in it learn interaction with world around and household habits: sewing, cooking, gardening.
6. School of cognition all through music Choir Academy of Harlem (USA) The mission of the teachers of this school is to contribute to the development in the child of his hidden talents. The main program consists of various types of performing arts: singing, dancing, playing musical instruments. During the introductory interview, the student is checked for a sense of rhythm, orientation in time and concentration of attention. However, the child's love of music remains paramount.
7. School for refugees and illegal immigrants Bialik-Rogozin (Israel) In February 2011, "Oscar" for the best short documentary film went to "There are no strangers" by Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon. The forty-minute film tells about the Israeli school "Bialik-Rogozin", where children of refugees and illegal immigrants study. They come from all over the world, come from different families and worship different gods, but a short life of each of them fell a lot of tests. Many have lost relatives and are exhausted both physically and emotionally. Some children had never gone to school before.
8. Floating school School Kompong Luong (Cambodia) For students, the floating school has become the second home in the literal sense of the word - mostly orphans study in it. Here they live. Parents of many of them died during fishing. Provide children help tourists: each new group buys all the goods from the shelves of local shops and literally floods the school children with toys, stationery and sweets.
9. School on the principle of open space Ørestad Gymnasium (Denmark) Orestad's pupils are high school students who are going to receive higher education in the field of mass media. Audiences of the school are separated from each other very conditionally - all classes are practically engaged in one huge room. Throughout the building there is wireless internet, so high school students constantly interact not only in real, but also in virtual space. Students call the spiral staircase that connects the four levels of the gymnasium to the heart of the building. During the change, they lie on bright pillows and look at the ceiling, decorated with round lamps, resembling the starry sky.
10. School of Adventure Watershed School (USA) Watershed introduced the Farm to Table program, in which students go to one of six local farms and learn how the farm works. In general, the training at Watershed resembles a grandiose adventure lasting several years. Of course, children are engaged in ordinary subjects like mathematics and English, but these lessons can be tolerated for the sake of training expeditions, which here are considered the most productive method of education. So, the architecture of children is not studied in stuffy classrooms, but on the streets of the city. Instead of geography and biology lessons, they are rafted along the nearby rivers and wander through the forest.