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Seminar for teachers of Zaporizhzhya schools held at the Physics Faculty

09.01.2014 15:41 Фізичний факультет семінар

On the basis of the Physics Faculty of ZNU held a traditional seminar for teachers of physics of Zaporizhzhya schools. This time the speakers and attendees discussed "The development of the ability to solve physical problems in the context of preparations for the EIT in physics".

The meeting opened methodologist of Informational and Analytical Methodical Centre of the Department of Education and Science, Youth and Sports of Zaporizhzhya City Council Valentyn Kravtsov.
Dean of the Physics Faculty, associate professor Andriy Andreev in his address, thanked those present for their cooperation, which has been going on for years between Zaporizhzhya schools teachers and scientists of ZNU, for their help in conducting training and career guidance to entrants who in 2013 joined the bench of freshmen the Physics Faculty of our university. He also stressed that there are faculty tours for high school students, and invited all comers to inspect laboratories to meet with teachers and of the Physics Faculty activity.
Professor of Physics and Methods of Teaching Department Yuriy Minaev focused on the use of techniques of critical thinking in the performance of tests. This report sparked interest and lively discussion among the participants.
Own experience toward preparing students for EIT physics colleagues shared teacher Zaporizhzhya multi-lyceum № 99 Volodymyr Mukha (program profile level) and teacher of secondary school № 101 Iryna Bulyschenko (program level of standard).
And at the end of the seminar discussed the report of assistant of the Department of physics and methods of teaching Iryna Datsenko regarding the most common mistakes while solving EIT tasks in physics.
After the seminar all visitors had an opportunity to ask additional questions to speakers.

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