Despite the fact that I am a teacher, I’m not only disappointed, but simply enraged by what is happening in modern school. The introduction of the exam and GIA began to impose more stringent requirements for the quality of teaching. Unfortunately, the teachers, in my opinion, could not realize this.
I consciously brought my daughter to school №3, since I myself received my education in it. The strong teaching staff that worked at the time was gradually replaced by new teachers. At the same time, while Lera was small, almost everything suited me. But the older she got, the more I watched the pedagogical omissions.
Many teachers simply did not know their subject, allowing gross errors. In this regard, I decided to transfer my daughter, as it then seemed to me, to a more serious educational institution.
I transferred my daughter to the Lyceum. From the first days I drew attention to the completely passive position of teachers in relation to the assimilation of subject material by children.
The position of the lyceum was as follows: you need it, and you learn. And learn independently in the truest sense of the word. Despite the fact that by that time Lera was in the 9th grade, they did not teach a number of subjects to be taken for exams.
For the entire academic year, about 10 lessons of the Russian language, literature and even less were held; the profile hours were not spent at all. Please note that the teacher was in good health, the replacement was not made, the clock was paid. The teacher was too passionate about social activities.
Until the middle of the school year, the parents did not know anything about what was happening. I myself raised the question of the inadmissibility of such training at the parents’ meeting. Many parents were surprised, some simply turned a crunch, not wanting to aggravate relations in the graduating class, hoping for the help of a teacher in the exam.
A little better deal with algebra. Before the exams, children were piled up with a bunch of cuts, which they naturally piled up, and very friendly, with the whole class. Any teacher will answer you, if in the classroom according to the results of a slice more than 50% of twos, then it is the teacher’s fault. We have – 100% failure. And this is in the selected class, where some excellent and good people gathered.
For myself, I decided right away that I needed my daughter’s education. I will do everything I can. To this end, I picked up tutors for Lera, with whom she should continue her studies.
Since I am a teacher myself, I took over a part of the subjects, a part I entrusted trusted teachers. Interestingly enough, they do not have the categories and rewards that lyceum teachers boast of.
For GIA I prepared it. Russian, she passed the best of their peers. But what was my indignation when the teacher, who allegedly taught her, did not believe that such a student, like her, could cope with this exam.
Instead of thanking the child, she insulted her. Now this lady uses someone else’s result, gets a salary allowance for a good exam rate.
At this my claims do not end there. For the three years that we have attended the lyceum, not a single grade has been set in the diary. Once again we return to the situation you need – you and find out. This question was raised by parents more than once at meetings, to which the class teacher responds that the teachers do not have time for this.
The last case related to the lack of professionalism among teachers occurred last week. My daughter turned to me for help in solving examples of algebra, I helped her. The next day she brings a pair.
Since I am not an expert in this field, I took a notebook and consulted from another teacher, it turned out that the decisions were correct. I went to the teacher to find out how this deuce appeared. She, looking in the notebook, crossed out the two and put a number of five. I have no words.
Based on my parental experience, I argue that the modern education system has outlived itself. All the reforms that were supposed to make our children especially educated led to a decline in professionalism among teachers, who were only concerned about receiving incentive bonuses and categories.