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Educational Process

June 3, 2014 in News Tags: ,

The organization of the educational process is always concerned with the participants on both sides. If the student chooses a form of education and its effectiveness, quality and productivity of the parents. The reasons for the increased interest in education today are understandable and justified demands. The rate of development of science and technology are so high that the current generation of user-aims to quality education. In Portugal There are many schools with a high level of training, ranging from specialized courses and ending with prestigious universities. Middle link is the school.

Matter how strong it is – it depends the future of today's student. The first stumbling block for students coming from Eastern European countries is language. The first months of the guys are spending precious time on adaptation and learning of school terms, that from childhood he knew. All these factors have become the foundation for the realization of the idea to create a school where subjects were taught to the native language. In 2004, the first Slavic school accepted its first nine students.

The school opened in February and by May, has already had about 40 people. Today, the first Slavic school of more than 270 people from the former Soviet Union, temporarily or permanently residing in Portugal. The guys from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova and other republics receive a quality education and communicate with peers in their native language. A branch of the South and will open a branch in the North. Staff of the school is stable and not changes. More than 70 percent of teachers have served for at least 15 years of age, the older generation – are teachers in the highest category of teaching experience and over 20 years. Many teachers 'bilingual', which makes it possible to express material without losing its quality Russian and Ukrainian languages. The school conducts training programs under the Ministry of Education of Russia and Ukraine set for secondary schools.

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