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The VyatSU team won the II place in the All-Russian Student Olympiad in Pedagogy

  • 25 October, 08:47
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About 100 students from 18 Russian cities took part in the competition.

On October 18-20, the All-Russian Student Olympiad in Pedagogy was held at the Mordovia State Pedagogical Institute. The participants of the Olympiad became about 100 students from 18 cities of Russia: Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Tambov, Izhevsk, Kolomna, Tver, Samara, Ulyanovsk, Shuya, Kirov, Orenburg, Arzamas, Yoshkar-Ola, Yaroslavl, Glazov, Surgut, Lipetsk, and Novosibirsk.

The team of the Flagship University included representatives of various faculties who study in the direction "Pedagogical education". They were Anna Volkova, Alena Prozorova, Elizaveta Sitnikova (The Faculty of pedagogy and psychology), Danil Trufakin (The Faculty of history, political science and cultural studies), Dariya Pyatina (The Faculty of philology and media communications).

The program of the Olympiad included several contests: "Light the Hall", "Pedagogical Impromptu", "Experts in Pedagogy", "Modern Lesson through the eyes of a young teacher" and "Interaction with Parents". The jury of the Olympiad had to identify the best of the best according to the results of the contests.

The first contest "Light the hall" was dynamic and spectacular.  The participants were able to demonstrate their ability to interact with a large audience using show technologies.

Alena Prozorova told: I was glad to work with future teachers from other cities. Enthusiasm gave the fact that in a short period of time it is necessary to work together with a new team and present the product of joint activities.

The competition "Pedagogical Impromptu" was held in the secondary school No. 22 in Saransk, where participants had to demonstrate the ability to conduct impromptu interaction with children.

Elizaveta Sitnikova shared her impressions of participation in the Olympiad:

The Olympiad tests endurance and stress resistance, reveals the ability to socialize and find a common language with people aimed at a personal successful result. It is important to be yourself and not be afraid of anything.

 By the sum of competitive tasks, the VyatSU team became the second at the All-Russian Student Olympiad in Pedagogy.

Anna Volkova is sure:

The Olympics showed that we are capable of a great deal, and that we are a team. This is the most important thing.

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