Võimekate õpilaste toetamine koolis
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2016
The project "Supporting Gifted Students at School"affords to fulfill the goal of Basic School State Curriculum to create conditions to balanced development of student´s different abilities. Merivälja School is in the process of growing into a basic school, where teaching embarces all three school levels. The school deals with the development of the curriculum and with the application of the new teaching treatment. The school leadership is motivated to use in the curriculum and in school organizing improving process foreign experience,the knowledge aquired from professional conferences and schooling programmes. According to the programme , Maiu Plumer takes part in the WCGTC conference in August 2015 and the ECHA conference in March 2016. Maiu Plumer has previously defended the grade about gifted underachievers in Estonian Schools. She has participated in the yearly conference of the ECHA in 2010 Paris. According to the programme headmaster of Merivälja School, Kaja Laanmäe will participate the school leadership programme " Effective School" in Athens in November 2015.
The knowledge and experiences aquired from conferences and workshops is being planned to apply first in the curriculum and school organization of Merivälja School, in the seminars organized by Tallinn Educational Board and on conferences and collocviums of Tartu University. It is being planned to reflect these experiences in the educational paper " Õpetajate Leht". The support for talented students creating the suitable curriculum for every student is, in according to the results of PISA test, the most important theme in Estonian educational politics.
Merivälja School is opened to all kind of changes towards student-centered environment. The teaching schooling called "Effective School" and the experiences acquired there help to change the school more knowledge- centered and interesting. Sharing the acquired experiences in the society affords to make deeper the community knowledge and the views about changing educational field.
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