In what situations should a child be transferred to another school? What can move parents and children to another school? What problems do pupils face in domestic educational public schools, in what cases one should think about fundamental changes. Many children and parents face problems in schools. Unbalanced curriculum, overcrowded classrooms, uninterested teachers, anxious and unhealthy atmosphere in the team, bullying, unsuitable conditions for children – all of these, unfortunately,…

UNESCO’s current education principles are “Education for All” and “Lifelong Learning”. This approach is seriously limited by the practical and financial capacities of schools. Distance education has become a solution to the pressing problems of education, and has built its own traditions and models, which are widely implemented at all stages of knowledge acquisition (from school and higher education to the corporate level). Wide development of information and communication technologies…

For most modern adults, it is unthinkable when a child does not attend school. Truancy, absences, even elementary unwillingness to go to school is often an excuse to “screw the nuts”, to hold an educational conversation, to shame for laziness. Not all parents try to find out the reason for such unwillingness. Many experts say very seriously and argue that the problem is not the children, but the school and…

Serious and well-reasoned criticism of the traditional school, current shortcomings and failure of the curriculum to meet the real requirements of higher education institutions encourage parents and students to seek alternatives to the traditional school. Many parents ask the question: “If we hire tutors, if we ourselves help the child to learn the program that should be given at school, then … Why this school, then?” Pedagogical education is no…

How do you read at school Do you remember what the first lesson from discussing the reading was like when you were a student? I remember perfectly well. During the first lesson, the teacher gave us blank pages, asked us to hide the books and take out only pens. Then she dictated questions about the content of the reading, which we had to answer in writing. From the fourth grade…