Each child has to have an opportunity to realize their full potential at school. The Head of the Department of Education of the city of Moscow Isaak Kalina mantioned in class at the School for the future principal in the Moscow Center for Quality of Education (MCQE) on Wednesday, July 11.
"We have no task to be limited to some "gold" one thousand children, ten thousand. The task is very simple: each child of Moscow has to have an opportunity to develop abilities, talents and to be a successful member of our city community", Isaak Kalina defined the purpose of the Moscow education for future school principals.
The school for the future principal is based on the Moscow Center for the development of human resource in education. Teachers, directors of studies and young principals who have successfully undergone certification attend classes. The best graduates are enlisted in a talent pool of the Department of Education. 39 graduates of the school for the future principal are already appointed the heads of the Moscow schools.
In School for the future principal potential heads can improve the skills, discuss important issues of the Moscow education and exchange experience with colleagues. It was decided not to interrupt the training program for principals even for the summer period.
On Wednesday, July 11, the director of the Center of pedagogical skill Ivan Yashchenko gave summer classes on the following subject «The Development of School Students’ Talent as an Administrative Purpose, and a Role of Mathematics in the Solution of Administrative Tasks». He told students about the importance of mathematics for the manager, the tools that can help to develop children’s abilities in different subjects and he emphasized the importance of system thinking in the management of such a large organization as the Moscow school. The Head of the Department of Education Isaak Kalina and the director of the Center of pedagogical skill Ivan Yashchenko noted that the school has to show the effectiveness, giving every student a chance to realize their potential, and not just to show the most active students’ progress.
July 13, 2018