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Resource and educational center is planned to be created in Zhodino with the support of BSUIR


The Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radio Electronics has granted secondary school No. 8 Zhodino access to its electronic educational resources. A relevant partnership agreement was concluded today, BelTA learned from the BSUIR press service.

In 2018, with the support of BSUIR, a computer class was opened in secondary school No. 8 with modern equipment that allows you to conduct distance learning. “Now, thanks to the agreement, cooperation will continue and will reach a new level. Access will be provided to electronic educational resources, teaching materials developed by teachers of the faculty of computer design for school elective classes on the basics of information and communication technologies, including using distance learning. The plans for the near future include connecting interested children from other Zhodino schools, so that on the basis of a joint class of BSUIR and secondary school No. 8 “The city resource-educational center on computer science,” the press service said.

In addition, BSUIR teachers intend to conduct career guidance events and electives with schoolchildren and teachers. Teachers will be given the opportunity to upgrade their skills. The plans also include excursions to the university for future applicants. In October, schoolchildren will take part in the campaign "Become a BSUIR student for one day."

The initiators of the pilot project were the first vice-rector of BSUIR Sergey Dik and the head of the department of designing information-computer systems Vitaly Khoroshko. For both, Zhodino is a small homeland. The university immediately supported the idea. “We decided to start the project on the eve of Teacher’s Day,” said Sergey Dik. “I want the signing of a partnership agreement for the school to be a good holiday present. I am especially pleased that the event is taking place in my homeland: for me it is also a tribute to parents- educators. "

In turn, the director of secondary school No. 8, Zhodino, Viktor Khoroshko, emphasized that for many this project could become fatal. It will help to deeply study your favorite subject and in the future choose a profession and university. "The IT sphere is of interest to many students. It is gratifying that now any undertakings of children associated with IT will be supported at a professional level," he said. The university hopes in this way to attract motivated applicants who dream of connecting their lives with information technology: artificial intelligence, robotics, computer security and information protection.

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