Golodets called classes in Russian schools is not well designed
Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets believes that the classes in Russian schools is designed incorrectly and “children should be different.” She said this during the Russian economic forum in Sochi, transfers “Interfax”.
According to her, in order to form a project-based approach and group work to “build the team and lead to achieve the goal, children have to sit differently and need to operate differently.”
Golodets added that it may seem at first glance “minor detail”, but is an important element influencing the content of school education.
According to her, in this case, the teacher becomes the mentor, “and helps the child to develop his talent.” Vice Prime Minister noted that this brand new direction in the education system.
In December 2016, the Deputy Prime Minister has called a shameful diet in regional schools.