Hop­ing for a Mir­a­cle...

The prob­lem of con­ti­nu­ity be­tween the lev­els of ed­u­ca­tion is ac­quir­ing spe­cial ur­gency. And in this re­gard, the ex­pe­ri­ence of School No. 16 of Chirchik is in­ter­est­ing, where I worked for many years as a teacher.

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - EDUCATION - Roza Nurova

To make the ar­rival of chil­dren from kinder­garten to school gen­tler, to en­able them to quickly adapt to new con­di­tions, the teach­ers of this school be­come fa­mil­iar with the forms and meth­ods of work in preschool in­sti­tu­tions. They com­mu­ni­cate with chil­dren, their par­ents go to classes. To­day’s preschooler came to school, and he is met... by an al­ready fa­mil­iar teacher. There­fore, the adap­ta­tion of the child to school is not pro­tracted.

The process of mov­ing a child from pri­mary to sec­ondary school for chil­dren, par­ents and teach­ers is also not a prob­lem here. Sub­ject teach­ers co­op­er­ate with pri­mary school teach­ers. Within the frame­work of this co­op­er­a­tion, les­sons are held at which mid­dlelevel teach­ers are present in el­e­men­tary school, thus hav­ing the op­por­tu­nity to as­sess in ad­vance the char­ac­ter­is­tics of chil­dren in this class. This form of co­op­er­a­tion al­lows us to pre­vent many ped­a­gog­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal prob­lems, to ac­tu­ally carry out the preven­tion of child­hood dis­adap­ta­tion.

The task of the school’s teach­ing staff dur­ing the adap­ta­tion pe­riod of school­child­ren is to iden­tify those changes in the child’s life that need to be mit­i­gated and made smoother.

Know­ing the list of re­quire­ments of a sec­ondary school teacher, the work­ing meth­ods of an el­e­men­tary school teacher, the school ad­min­is­tra­tion seeks to ob­serve con­ti­nu­ity in the se­lec­tion and place­ment of per­son­nel.

Head­mas­ter Erk­ina Sabitova has ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence. She came to school in 1991. Ini­tially, she worked as a pri­mary school teacher, then she taught Rus­sian at the mid­dle level. Since 2003 she has been the di­rec­tor of an ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tion.

Her credo, which she con­veys to all teach­ers and men­tors: “Be care­ful! Make no mis­take! Do no harm! Be a school­boy hope! Know what you strive for! Con­stantly look in the child for the wealth of his soul! Be pa­tient in an­tic­i­pa­tion of a mir­a­cle from a child and be ready to meet him!”

How rel­e­vant it is! How it is nec­es­sary for all teach­ers in bring­ing up a har­mo­niously de­vel­oped gen­er­a­tion! But how dif­fi­cult it is!

Re­cently I learned from me­dia re­ports that in a dis­tant Sakhalin school a teacher hu­mil­i­ated a sev­enth grader for be­ing un­tidily dressed. Not just hu­mil­i­ated, and in­sulted her and her par­ents, call­ing the girl a fos­ter daugh­ter, and her par­ents in­ad­e­quate. I ad­mit, I was shocked, I just felt un­easy!

Over the poor girl, de­spite the fact that she was cry­ing bit­terly, the whole class laughed, af­ter that she started bleed­ing from her nose...

Yes, it is pos­si­ble! Af­ter all, a teacher for a child is an in­dis­putable au­thor­ity! And an ex­am­ple to fol­low! Not just hu­mil­i­ate or in­sult, a true teacher should not even ac­ci­den­tally of­fend a stu­dent.

And it’s good that the teacher apol­o­gized to the girl and to the whole class. And then she even quit the school...

But the trauma in­flicted by her on the school­girl will not heal quickly. And how rel­e­vant are the words of Erk­ina Sabitova: do not make a mis­take, do no harm! Let ev­ery teacher re­mem­ber these words.

Teacher Roza Nurova

Di­rec­tor of School №16 of Chirchik Erk­ina Sabitova

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