PetrSU at the Conference "The 9th Fradkov Pedagogical Readings"
The theme of the conference is a young teacher in the modern information world. The conference discussed how the young generation of teachers meets the challenges of the modern informative world and contributes to the effective growth of educational practices. Anita Rumyantseva, the Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychology, took part in the work of Karelian scientific-practical conference "The 9th Fradkov Pedagogical Readings".
The conference convened more than 100 young teachers, heads of educational organizations, representatives of the education management system, the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology of PetrSU, the media, the Prosveshcheniye publishing house, the Russian Textbook Corporation.
The delegation of teachers from Finland participated in the conference program this year. It was attended by 20 Finnish experts from the region of Eastern Finland.
The conference opened with the reports presented by Liudmila Fradkova, the senior resource teacher of the center for the development of education in Petrozavodsk city district “The Story of One Idea”, Anna Renko, the director of Joensuu Lyceum comprehensive school and Laura Mäki, the coordinator of the project activity "The role of the professional community in the development of a young teacher".
More than 50 reports of young educators, teachers, teachers of secondary vocational education organizations, students of PetrSU, specialists of additional education, novice heads of educational institutions in seven sections of the conference reflected searching and finding answers to the question of how the young generation of teachers meets the challenges of the modern information world and contributes to the effective growth of educational practices.
Anita Rumyantseva presented a report on the topic "Man in the information world" (based on research materials). After that, a panel discussion “Education in the modern information space” took place, where experts were Kari Lehtola, the senior inspector of educational activities of the regional administration of Eastern Finland, Jarkko Rieppo, the assistant director of Joensuu Lyceum comprehensive school, Aleksandr Khantsevich, the director of secondary school and Anita Rumyantseva, the Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology. Work continued in sections. During the conference participants exchanged their views on the changes taking place in the information world and shared their experience.