The final of the VI All-Russian Competition of Pedagogical Skills “History in School: Traditions and Innovations” has finished today in Moscow. Yelizaveta Popova, the history teacher of Lyceum No. 3 named after Moskalenko, became the second in the pedagogical competition.
This year the competition was held in three stages. During the first (correspondence) course, participants filled out questionnaires on the website of the Association of Teachers of History and Social Science, wrote essays on the topic “History of Russia through the history of the region.”
In the second stage, it was also in absentia, the teachers presented their lesson to the jury on the proposed topics in video format. Elizaveta presented a lesson that she held with graduating class students on the topic “Social and political thought in Russia in the second half of the 19th century through the eyes of F.M. Dostoevsky “. The lesson based on the novel The Demons was a symbiosis of lessons in history and literature.
According to the results of the first and second rounds, 24 history teachers, including a Lipetsk teacher, reached the final of the competition. During the final face-to-face stage, the contestants demonstrated self-presentation skills to the expert council, conducted a pre-prepared master class and participated in a public discussion.
According to the results of the competition, Elizaveta Popova took second place in the all-Russian competition. In addition, she won a special prize from the Imperial Mint.
The talented teacher is a graduate of the Lipetsk Pedagogical University. The girl graduated from graduate school in Veliky Novgorod and is now preparing to defend her dissertation. She has been working at the school for over seven years.
The competition is held by the History of the Fatherland Foundation in conjunction with the All-Russian public organization Association of Teachers of History and Social Science.