Presentation on theme: "Monika Kowalska- Wojtysiak Kolegium Nauczycielskie w Zgierzu Polska."— Presentation transcript:
Monika Kowalska- Wojtysiak Kolegium Nauczycielskie w Zgierzu Polska
According to the Constitution, every citizen has the right and oblication to education. Education in public schools is free. Primary and secondary schools are obligatory for children from 6 to 18 years old- thats way in Poland there is no illiteracy.
Parents are responsible for taking the children learning in schools. In Poland there are : the Ministry of National Education (MEN) the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (Higher Education).
The Polish education system is composed of the following institutions: 1 Kindergarten – for children from 3 to 6 years 2 Schools: primery - teaching them lasts 6 years and divided them into two three-year phases; Class I-III Early education with integrated education and conducting classes by one teacher-educator; Class IV-VI include items (Polish, modern foreign language, music, art, physical education, mathematics, science, computer science, engineering, history and society, religion or ethics-education for family life - from class V)
Secondary school Post-secondary schools In Poland, there are also special schools for children with mental retardation and other disabilities-for example, vision and hearing.
After passing the examination, student can choose the direction of higher education. Some courses of study lasts three years and leads to a bachelor's degree (eg early school education), other studies underway five years and graduate with a master's degree, such as psychology degree.
I work at the Teachers College in Zgierz. In this school teach the young people who want to become a teacher in the future. Students willing to participate in the workshop. They gain there practical skills needed to work with children.
After graduating college students receive a bachelor's degree and they must continue their studies at University. When they submit exams they will receive a master's degree and they be able to work in different schools.
This is not the end to the study of the youth. In Poland there is a provision which requires teachers to continuous improvement of professional qualifications. If a teacher wants to get a degree qualified teacher- he must by 12 years demonstrate continual improvement.
In Poland, you can take learning at any age- a person in late adulthood may be students of the University of the Third Age.
Zgierski University of the Third Age was established 2007. The success of this project is the fact that after the year of the University, the number of its students has doubled, and now in 2014- ZU3W has 395 students. Since June 2009, the University has legal personality
ZU3W works on the basis of its own Statute, which defines the most important tasks: 1. maintenance of intellectual ability, psychological and physical 2. Work on the social activity of older people. 3. Intergenerational Integration