Five educational institutions of Vladivostok presented ready-made projects for new learning spaces. This year, schools No. 6, 17, 18, 65 and gymnasium No. 1 received grants from the regional administration to organize a special environment for students to study and relax.
Press service of the regional mayor’s office reportedthat School No. 6 occupied a special place among the presented projects, on the territory of which a space dedicated to the topic “Linguistic Ecology as a Human Value” appeared. It is noted that here schoolchildren can use cocoon chairs for comfortable reading a book after class or at recess. For the convenience of students, digital books were placed on the walls of the educational institution. To read one of them, just scan the QR code using any mobile device. The organizers of the space did not forget about the connoisseurs of traditional printed books. For such students, large shelves with a set of various literature were installed.
For lovers of logical problems, a variety of linguistic games are presented, in particular, the “Truth Board”, which teaches how to cope with verbal aggression and forms a value attitude towards speech. In the course of considering different situations, the student independently evaluates speech behavior, and also gets acquainted with the comments of teachers.
Representatives of the regional administration also noted the project of school No. 65, where a unique interactive wall for outdoor games appeared. In addition, new furniture and bookcases were placed on the primary school floor.
School No. 17 focused on the development of the museum space. As part of the project, interactive tablets and furniture for classes were purchased, and stands with statements by significant figures in Russian history were designed.
Gymnasium No. 1 project is a club space for quizzes, film screenings and much more. Students are expected to use it however they wish. To do this, they installed a large TV and modular furniture.
Sergey Dmitrienko, First Deputy Head of the Administration of Vladivostok, stressed in his message that the grant program had yielded a positive result. Schoolchildren were satisfied with the new spaces for study and recreation, so the project will continue next year.