Technical innovations and modern teaching in the schools of Kazakhstan
Technical innovations and modern teaching methods are being implemented in the schools of Kazakhstan. Specialists believe that this process meets the modern requirements. According to them, advanced technologies will provide high-quality education to the students. In the new academic year, IT classrooms, robotics rooms and science study rooms opened in the schools of Kazakhstan. A pilot project for a new method of learning the Kazakh language in Latin script was launched in the regions.
NURGUL AZANBAYEVA, CHIEF SPECIALIST, EDUCATION DEPARTMENT, PAVLODAR:
- Before launching the project, we held discussions both with parents and students. They were very interested. We hope that the project will yield great results.
17 classrooms with the latest equipment were opened in schools of Pavlodar and multimedia equipment was purchased for 38 classrooms. 277 IT classrooms opened in East Kazakhstan region. Almost three billion Tenge were allocated to equip the robotics classrooms. The training programs for construction, 3D design and mechatronics were developed by specialists from certified colleges.
GULFARIDA AUGANBAYEVA, PRINCIPAL OF SECONDARY SCHOOL:
- This room meets all the latest requirements in terms of information technologies. Its concept was developed in Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools (NIS) We saw these rooms in NIS schools before and wanted to open them in our schools. Now, we have the opportunity to fulfil our dream and open this room in our regular secondary school.
Meanwhile, interactive classrooms for physics lessons opened in Atyrau to help teachers educate students based on individual programs. Teachers also have the opportunity to use video tutorials that will be helpful during English language lessons.
INKAR KABDOLOVA, SCHOOL STUDENT:
- Previously, during laboratory lessons, we just watched our teacher while he was demonstrating. Currently, we can take part in experiments. We can use various devices. It is very exciting and interesting.
The teachers in Kazakhstan believe that implementing innovations and individual approach to each student will contribute to high-quality education and innovative ideas among the young people.