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it ( ‚shown‘ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‚com_content‘, ‚2974‘); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / We learn foreign languages ​​in one basic purpose: to be able to effectively communicate in that language. We should, therefore, as often as possible to speak in a foreign language. It also follows directly from the core curriculum. From it also can not really read the entire methodology of working with the student. But, unfortunately, in practice, the teaching of a foreign language is not the best, which is confirmed by the test results. The test results are not satisfactory. Why Polish school can not learn a foreign language? This question tried to answer Alexandra Pezdy researcher of the Institute for Educational Research: Dr. Magdalena Szpotowicz and Agata and Jacek Gajewska Membership, president of the Polish Association for Standards in Language Education PASE. Polish school of foreign languages ​​taught formally, but – as it turns out – the level of education leaves much to be desired. We have a large stratification in the effectiveness of teaching in the school and hence problems arise. As noted by Dr. Magdalena Szpotowicz, Polish school teaches in too small a dynamic language. Not more than half the student reaches a level which is considered a target for lower secondary (or A2, A2 +). It is not enough to speak in a foreign language. On the one hand, the classes are too numerous to students often say (so instead of speaking are tests, tasks). Perhaps it is too often used language Polish foreign language lessons. As noted by Jacek Membership of PASE – about 20-30% of the students achieved very good results, but the effect of additional education (tutoring, language schools). You may also note that in private language schools has increased the number of volunteers, the public schools introduced compulsory English lessons in primary school. 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Send (); }); / ** / The current system of education based on tests does not prepare students for the challenges of the modern world, is set to check the so-called lower skills, does not help in the acquisition of creativity, curiosity and addressing the challenges. Ted Dintersmith read an article, which is divided into four desired changes that should take place in education. I decided to summarize the text because I think it touches important issues which I hope will occur in the future. The program of the School learners (SUS), we also strive to these changes using formative assessment. We want that the student was aware of the purpose and significance of what they are learning, so he could be self-steering and the knowledge he had acquired a profound knowledge, which is useful in his adult life. The author was on a visit in 200 different schools in 50 states, talked with more than a thousand teachers and students. Many of them resigns from standard textbooks and preparing students for tests and take the initiative of students learning cooperation and solve real problems. Ted Dintersmith 4 indicates areas which should seek his opinion in teaching: Purposefulness. If we want students to be involved in what they are doing in school, educational tasks need to connect to real problems. In a private school in Atlanta, high school students can participate in a semester course during which implement projects that promote sustainable development of the city, for example. Deal with the quality of air and water and improved public transport. The significance. The most important skill for students can not learn by preparing for the test. Desirable skills such as creative problem solving skills, communication, critical thinking, collaboration, active participation in social life and development of character require a different curriculum. Some schools, such as. Waipahu High School in Honolulu, develops these skills by linking future career with academic knowledge. Students should be able to be the authors of their own learning process. In the classroom should be a place for the independent acquisition of knowledge, self-esteem progress and pursue their own interests. In Acton Academy in Austin, Texas, the students themselves plan their own learning program and are committed to their own self-assessment of progress. This school does not have a formal curriculum for each student has its own guide who is not an expert on the subject, and only consults with the student his plan. Knowledge. The emphasis on the acquisition of knowledge by the students deep knowledge and not just short-term. Students from New Hampshire are not judged on the basis of tests. Teachers examine and evaluate the competence of students. This is possible because it has been established competencies that students have to achieve in school, to do well in the future. Community trusts teachers who discuss with her about the skills required. Small changes are moving the process forward. However, there are threats from politicians, universities and education authorities, who want to interfere in the way of assessment in schools. Often they care about the simple ways that will allow students to compare and categorize. This approach prevents making innovation and closes the way for effective teaching. Ted Dinterrsmith is the author of the recently published book What Could Be School: Insights and Inspiration From Teachers Across America (Princeton University Press). Note about the author: Danuta Sterna – was a mathematics teacher and the school principal, substantive expert in the School learners (SUS) (led by CEO and PAFF), author of books and publications for teachers, promote formative assessment in Polish schools. 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Send (); }); / ** / „Ladies and gentlemen, if we all learn? You know, teachers do not have to learn, because I know how almost everything, so that there will learn „- joked at the conference“ INSPIRE @ tion 2015 „Jacek Ścibor, science teacher belonging to the group Superbelfrzy Poland. Here is why you should put on your education, we asked teachers enthusiasts, trainers program „Masters of Codes.“ Anna Jędryczko – Polish language teaching in Primary School. Polish Army in Damicach. Learning? I like this! With the learning I explore not only their knowledge and skills, but also lead a very interesting life. It’s like a journey into the unknown land, during which I meet new people, confront them, draw from their experience and wisdom, checking their limits and broadening horizons. It happens that I am suprised myself. This positive surprise is, among others, the effect of my adventure in the „Masters of Codes.“ If someone a few years ago told me that the Polish teacher working in a small primary school will take care of the programming of games and mobile applications and will be taught the others to me very amused. Fortunately, eager to learn and do not allow myself to pigeonhole, so today I feel strong not only in the literature of individual periods or in linguistics, but in the encoding. The fact that I was not afraid to take the field so distant from that learned in college, very affected my self-confidence, and a sense of security ( „I will give advice with everything!“). Exploring further disciplines treat as a challenge, and each stage of learning about the topic gives me a lot of fun. I also like the curiosity that accompanies me during learning. I allow myself to errors, treat them as a guide the next steps in achieving the goal. Besides – I like to be up to date, so always „update“ their knowledge – both for myself and for my students. Not wanting to hamper their development, I have to keep pace with them. What else? Science does not allow me to grow old! Intellectual activity, which impose themselves every move, meetings or other tasks, before whom I stand – it really rejuvenates. On my way I’m lucky to get to know professional real enthusiasts who, like me, they like to learn. As a coach „Champions Coding“ Following training on hunger powerful new skills and enthusiasm with which the teachers approach to learning. Openness to „new“ facilitates the acquisition of knowledge, success and satisfaction with the positive impact on the whole group. The training is a time of joy and creative labor intensive than the complacent thinking patterns, wide-open eyes and smiles when playing alone programmed work. For me it najcelniejszy argument that teachers love to teach. Joanna Szczecin – teaches in ZSO No. 2 Primary School with Integrated in Stargard, where he teaches early childhood education and computer classes. It is also tyflopedagogiem. Work at school first started 12 years ago and quickly realized that a large part of the knowledge gained in college is insufficient because it is out of date and inadequate to school reality. So I started searching for innovative methods that enable me to prepare interesting and attractive activities for children. We are constantly looking for interesting publications, training, courses, meetings, programs that enrich my experience, workshop and are attractive to students. I also try to keep up with the development of civilization and conduct classes based on new technologies with which children will interact on a daily basis in adulthood. A lot of fun for me to gain new knowledge and skills, and inspire even more curiosity and interest in children. From September 2013. I take with my students, participation in the program „Masters of Codes.“ Thanks to him I learned how to combine the implementation of the curriculum points with modern technology.