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The School of Dreams Poltar 2007
The School of Dreams should… …help you to find your own vocation
The School of Dreams should… …lead you to the top
The School of Dreams should… …offer convenient transport to school
The School of Dreams should… …make impression!
The School of Dreams should… …respect individuality
The School of Dreams should… …give reasons for feeling
The School of Dreams should… …give us the feeling of security
The School of Dreams should… …be staffed by young well-qualified teachers
The School of Dreams should… …give some relaxing moments
The School of Dreams should… …be located in a quiet place
The School of Dreams should… …provide everybody with equal opportunities
The School of Dreams should… …teach how to think logically
The School of Dreams should… …teach respect for natural environment
The School of Dreams should… …have a nice head teacher
The School of Dreams should… …bring-up whith traditional way
The School of Dreams should… …teach fair play rules
The School of Dreams should… …help you, whatever you want to do, wherever you want to go
The School of Dreams should… …have strong facade
The School of Dreams should… …provide all kinds of entertainment
The School of Dreams should… …draw lot to decide who wil be questioning
The School of Dreams should… …have an educational kit
The School of Dreams should… …serve healthy meals in the canteen
The School of Dreams should… …provide nice atmosphere during pauses
In The School of Dreams… …students should follow the teacher
School building The building should safe and comfortable It should include spacious and lightsome classrooms It sould offer a lot of specialized labs
Lessons More lessons related to foreign languages
Lessons More school subjects should be connected to inforamation technology
Lessons Physical Educatio should be divided into more specialized disciplines of sport
Asesment Put emphasis on skills, not on the knowledge of facts Objective tests should be used as a way of verification of students knowledge
Assesment Regular periodic exams No stressful questioning in front of the board
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