the Amendments to the Federal law “On education in the Russian Federation” will affect students who chose the specialization “Education and pedagogical Sciences” and successfully graduated from the third year. The quality of their training must be able to verify the employer. In schools are young people with enthusiasm.

– We have two hands, – told “RG” the head of the bottom-Omsk secondary school N1 Alexey Gavrilov. – The problem of personnel is very critical. We significantly do not have enough mathematicians, teachers of a foreign language, and other subjects too. To close the gap, teachers have to work with the increased load. Students, of course, would be for us a lifesaver. Adaptation problems they will have. We have built a professional system of mentoring. Each will surround with care and attention.

the Universities also actively support innovation.

– to enable students to work at the school is the right decision. And not only because it helps to deal with the personnel problem. But also because young teachers are better than others to adapt to new conditions faster absorption of modern technology, actively introduce innovations into educational process, – said “RG” the Vice-rector for academic Affairs of Omsk state pedagogical University Natalia Makarova. – Our experience shows that the teaching profession, tend to choose those who are motivated to work in school. Lot of money here, not earn, and future teachers, mainly driven by the desire to teach children. Early school practice for beginners will be of good help in getting a quality education.

According to experts, in schools students have access to good material base. Today, many high schools and grammar schools are better equipped universities. Here are quantonium, growth points, introducing electronic know-how. All this attracts students, opens new opportunities for them.

Surveys on the topic of “what is missing in higher education” shows that young teachers are lack of practice. It says more than half of the future teachers – adds Natalia Makarova. – Ability to conduct lessons since high school bench will solve this problem. In addition, students will have an incentive more efficiently to acquire knowledge. The school itself will tell them where to move, what to focus in school.

At the University say they will do everything to help these young teachers, joining forces with schools. Adapting to the school schedule of University, expanding the possibilities of online methods. If necessary, will generate individual training plans. Count school activities in the student practice. Experts believe that the quality of training will only benefit from this.

meanwhile, in the Omsk region annual framelike the gap is about 800 teachers. And the deficit will grow: the number of students in gymnasiums and lyceums is increasing. Universities are already reacting to this trend. According to admissions Omgpu, this year the University will be forty percent of the budget more than a year ago. Only the budget can do more than a thousand students.

Meanwhile, the higher education diplomas already awarded 1?200 graduates of the Omsk pedagogical University. However, not all will become teachers. Last year the school took 767 young professionals, more than forty percent of them went to work in the village. According to the regional Ministry of education, thanks to a flexible system of incentives setreplacement young teachers in schools is increasing and has now exceeded eighty percent. .

According to the report, prepared by a group of rectors by order of the Ministry of education of the Russian Federation, in connection with the pandemic Covid-19 distance learning has moved 80 percent of national universities. However, 60 per cent of the teachers admitted that they had never worked online and still do not have sufficient competencies.

According to the survey of the Agency for strategic initiatives held in June 2020, more than half of the students noted the improvement of the quality of education after the transition to “udalenka”. Many of them lack quality infrastructure for distance education. More than a third of respondents complained about the quality and regularity of feedback from teachers. However, sixty percent of the students stated that they are ready to continue with online learning.

Only fifteen percent of teachers believe that education has become much better with the transition to online. Sixty percent of the teachers are not satisfied with it.