To date, more than 80 certificates have been issued

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To date, more than 80 certificates have been issued

The children’s technopark „Quantorium“ in Cheboksary was created within the framework of the national project „Education“ and is equipped with modern high-tech equipment.

“This is a new form of additional technical education for children, a place of intellectual courage and comfortable conditions for the formation of inventive thinking and the choice of a future profession,” the information release says.

The project „Session of Health“, dedicated to the formation of a healthy lifestyle among adolescents and young people, covered 16 districts of the Volgograd region, 35 organizations submitted applications, the press service of the Committee for Education, Science and Youth Policy of the region reports.

The best volunteer associations were teams from the Kamyshenskiy Industrial Pedagogical College named after V.I. Hero of the Soviet Union A.P. Maresyev, Lyceum No. 7 of the city of Volgograd, Danilovskaya secondary school named after A.S. Makarenko, Krasnoyarsk secondary school of the Chernyshkovsky municipal district.

The participants received materials in advance, which included nineteen trainings and eight practical tasks. For two months, the activists studied healthy eating, shared recipes for healthy dishes, held culinary and sports master classes, exercises, and thematic quizzes.

In the course of the project, teams of volunteers were formed who shared their knowledge with peers: over 200 events were held with a total coverage of more than 11 thousand people.

During the winter holidays, the regional state budgetary institution of additional education „Altai Regional Center for Children’s Recreation, Tourism and Local History“ Altai „held the Olympiad“ New Year’s Labyrinth „in a distance format. It was attended by more than 600 schoolchildren who are engaged in tourist, local history, physical culture and sports associations, the press service of the project reports.

The guys prepared “Visiting Card” presentations, in which they presented their teams, took part in the “New Year’s Snowflake” quiz and master classes, compiled instructions on safe behavior in emergency situations, and participated in the “Labyrinth” orienteering competition.

The winners and prize-winners of the Olympiad will receive prizes from the Altai regional center for children’s recreation, tourism and local history.

“The Olympiad“ New Year’s Labyrinth ”is the organization of active recreation for children during the winter holidays, creating conditions for the development of cognitive processes, increasing self-esteem and learning motivation in school-age children,” the organizers of the program note.

  Schoolchildren of the Lipetsk region have started their classes in full-time mode, the press service of the Department of Education and Science of the region reports. “Most of the schools in the region work on a regular basis. Due to the excess of the epidemic threshold for the incidence of ARVI, 12 classes were closed in two schools of the Dobrinsky and Lipetsk districts, 175 students study remotely. For the same reason, two schools in the Zadonsk region are completely closed. E-learning has been organized for 898 students using distance learning technologies, ”the information release says. As of January 11, 2021, there are no educational institutions in the Lipetsk region that have been quarantined due to the situation with COVID-19. “We call on the municipal education departments to strengthen their control over the situation. We need to protect and preserve the health of not only schoolchildren and kindergarten children, but also teachers. After the winter holidays, educational institutions of the region continue to work in compliance with all measures to prevent coronavirus infection, ”said Lilia Zageeva, head of the Department of Education and Science of the Lipetsk Region. In accordance with the new sanitary rules on the organization of the educational process in the context of the persistence of the threat of the spread of coronavirus in all educational institutions, the schedule was drawn up taking into account the implementation of the requirement of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare on the maximum disunity of children. For this, various entrances to the school are used, the schedule of classes is shifted, a separate office is assigned to each class.

Each school has approved a plan of preventive measures. Thermometry of children and teachers is carried out twice a day, all classes and recreation are regularly ventilated.

In the Amur region, thanks to the implementation of the national project „Demography“, 120 additional places in kindergartens were created in 2020, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Amur Region reports.

Due to the expansion of the area, more children can now be received by municipal institutions of two cities – Blagoveshchensk (70 places created) and Skovorodin (20 places created).

In addition, the issue of eliminating the queue is also being resolved through the support of private institutions. 30 additional places for children aged one and a half to three years have been created in three private kindergartens of the regional center. Thus, the queue for municipal preschool educational organizations is reduced, and parents have the opportunity to take their child to a private kindergarten at the same cost as municipal institutions provide services.

Since the issue of the lack of places in kindergartens is most acute in Blagoveshchensk, another support measure has been developed here – families with children aged one and a half to three years old who are not provided with places in municipal kindergartens began to receive certificates providing for partial payment of private kindergartens gardens. The amount of the certificate for one child is 10 thousand rubles per month. To date, more than 80 certificates have been issued.

In the Amur Region, the issue of the availability of preschool education is being addressed, among other things, through the construction of new facilities. So, in 2020, the construction of three kindergartens began: in the village of Yekaterinoslavka in the Oktyabrsky District for 70 children, in the urban-type settlement Magdagachi for 50 children and in the village of Chigiri in the Blagoveshchensky District for 120 children.

In 2021, Bashkortostan plans to create 400 additional places in private preschool educational organizations, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bashkortostan reports.

For these purposes, 49 360 thousand rubles were allocated. It is noted that under the national project „Demography“, in addition to the allocation of funds for the construction of kindergartens, subsidies are provided from the federal budget to create additional places in private preschool educational organizations.

In 2020, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bashkortostan, within the framework of this program, implemented an event to create 200 additional places in the total amount of 24 million 675.7 thousand rubles (of which federal funds – 24 million 182.1 thousand rubles, republican funds – 493.6 thousand rubles) in private preschool educational organizations in Ufa: kindergarten „Buratino“, primary school – kindergarten „I am a GENIUS“, kindergarten „Sophie“, kindergarten „Rainbow Ufa“.

The national project „Demography“ is designed for 2019-2024. It includes five federal projects: „Financial support for families at the birth of children“, „Promotion of women’s employment“, „Older generation“, „Strengthening public health“, „Sport is the norm of life“. The national project budget will amount to 3.1 trillion rubles.

In 2020, more than 4 thousand children were trained in the Astrakhan children’s technopark „Quantorium“ of the Ministry of Education of Russia, the press service of the regional Ministry of Education and Science reports.

“Educational programs of“ Quantorium ”cover six areas: biotechnology, robotics, unmanned aerial vehicles, nanotechnology, programming, virtual and augmented reality technologies. Every fifth student in the programs of the so-called introductory module switched to training in advanced programs in 2020, ”the information release says.

The guys took part in various competitions and competitions of the federal and international scale. They presented their projects to the All-Russian competition „Campus of Youth Innovations "UniQant"“At the All-Russian Exhibition Center“ Ocean „, for the full-time stage of the XVI Baltic Science and Engineering Competition (St. Petersburg), for the All-Russian competition for interactive reconstructions of the events of the Great Patriotic War, for the All-Russian competition for scientific and technical creativity“ SHUSTRIK „, the All-Russian competition for schoolchildren“ Research and scientific works, projects „, for the International competition“ Schoolboy of the Future „, for the festival“ RoboFest „, the International competition for computer works among children, youth and students“ Digital Wind 2020 „, for the All-Russian competition for children’s engineering teams“ Quantoriade 2020 „, to the National Championship „Young Professionals“ (WorldSkills Russia).

In 2020, Quantorium contributed to the implementation of the federal project “Ticket to the Future” by providing children with the opportunity to pass one-day tests in the competencies “CAD Engineering Design”, “3D Modeling for Computer Games”, “Agricultural Biotechnology”.