About what is happening in Polish schools you can learn from their relationship to date placed on the platform: www.wybory.ceo.org.pl. What is going on? In the Primary School No. 18 to them. Francis II Rakoczy in Elblag pupils and students form the electoral committees for their candidates by gathering at least 50 signatures in support of other students. In the Secondary School No. 3 them. Mikolaj Rej in Kedzierzyn – Koźle pupils and students report to the job candidates questions to the authorities of the SU during a school debate by “The box of questions.” In the Primary School. Adam Mickiewicz University in Zator, a series of educational lessons about what the student council and can consciously analyze and evaluate the election posters of candidates for election to the SU. This year, the schools participating in the program “Local governments have a voice” also give lessons of a conscious vote and competence of local authorities, and encourage young people to organize local campaigns to encourage adults in their village to participate in the local elections on October 21. We invite you to contact us and visit schools that teach young people to practice democracy – especially now, on the eve of general local elections. 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Send (); }); / ** / We created in the new version Edunews.pl box – Comments. The idea was created in order to appear the answer here among other things wise and may require expansion, interesting, albeit controversial and stupid and primitive journalistic materials on education and schools that appear (unfortunately, the latter also and it is more often ) in Polish media. Today comment about the spread returned to us Gdansk Educational Publishing. It seems to us that you need. Bartosz Marchuk, deputy editor of the weekly magazine Wprost wrote on Wirtualna Poland occasional text on Teacher’s Day: Imagine that you work in this way. Your work takes approx. 5 hours a day, you are guaranteed to pay off three months of the year, after 10 years of work, you earn 5 thousand. zł per month, you can time career three years remain on paid sick leave, and finally go into early retirement. For this, after approx. 5 years of work are – no matter how you work – not to release. This is the life of those who came out to protest on Wednesday in Warsaw, to give them more money – to come down to their demands 4. [1] It is true that elegantly and impartially? Always nice to look at your neighbor in his pocket; once all zgrzytną teeth. Mr. Bartosz has the comfort that he is unrestricted, and so I will not. Do not I wonder how much they pay for being so aggressive, incompetent, and at the same time – I will be merciful – written article without unnecessary panache. Not preoccupied with it at all, were it not for the fact that its author joined the group, once described them as Jacob Burkhardt, “upraszczaczy terrible” – and it is they have a disastrous impact on the views of the general public. Why is this happening? Because the courts’ upraszczaczy “presented in a way easily understandable to – well, I do not want to offend anyone – people of average intelligence. Here the author’s thesis in a simplified version of the article: How much earns Polish beak? Five thousand on hand. Why the protests? Because I want to have five and a half. He is working hard though? How the two times less than teachers abroad. Who is to blame for this demoralization? Sami teachers, trade unions and the Teacher’s Charter. Oh, the message is confusing, you must simplify! Again: Who is to blame? Teachers, because “they want more, not giving anything in return.” Bartosz Marchuk also describes the “other side of the coin.” Here are the relevant cytacik: The school does not offer additional activities, in the common good care, children do not have the time to eat a decent dinner. Poor teacher can oppress your incompetence, your child and the school director can only look at this. What is the “teacher trade unions and representatives of the environment”? They react “allergic, almost hysterically” on “any attempt to talk of privileges under the Charter of the Teacher.” Well, we have a picture. Who is curious, can be learned for the rest wp.pl. For the sake of clarification: I’m not a teacher. I do not defend their privileges and do not react hysterically to “any attempt to talks.” Even if the teachers will work two times longer than it is now, for me, nothing will change. I can not afford to distance. And from this position, I say: I do not agree on throwing mud all over the environment, as he did Bartosz Marchuk in his article. First, a horse with a row whoever finds beak earning five thousand net. Of course, the author wrote that the net – but also wrote that gross (which anyway would Discussion). Quoted by Gazeta Wyborcza Lublin certified teacher (37 years of work) earns accurately and 2489 zł 60 gr. Who would believe him after the article Bartosz Marchuk? Secondly, the number of working hours. The author cites a fragment of the publication of the UNICEF Children in Poland: it shows that Polish teachers work more than two times less than the average in OECD countries. If Bartosz Marchuk went to the trouble and instead of reading 10 pages on education in the UNICEF publication, studied 570 pages OECD report Education at a Glance 2014, which would gain such expertise to be able to write about school. Just as he one? Polish high school teacher at the blackboard spends 560 hours per year; OECD average is 689 hours [2]. The article summarizes other data, however: the availability of teachers in the school. He comes out (as the authors of the publication UNICEF), that our work over two times less. This is at best a misunderstanding: in most OECD countries, teachers are preparing for a lesson at school, they do it with us at home. Granted, in our system, lack of control over belfrów extracurricular work. Does this mean, however, that doing nothing? Well, someone will say, but even with our array of work less. Holy truth. Only in Greece, Russia and Turkey, teachers have even less time than ours. We are in fourth place. Score one for Mr. Marchuk? Not necessarily. In fifth place in this list are teachers from South Korea. (568 hours), the sixth – of Finland (589 hours). Both countries, moreover, a very different education systems, the educational power. Finland pilgrimage teachers from around the world to know the Finnish recipe for success. Is it to increase the teaching load? No. According to the Finns they overworked teacher will teach worse. Hence the privileges of local teachers, about which the author never dreamed article. Which brings us to the next point: Thirdly, how many actually earns Polish teacher? Education at a Glance 2014 leaves no doubt: the 34 OECD countries are in seventh place from the end. The report counted teacher salaries in US dollars (using the PPP conversion factor). The maximum annual salary on the Vistula River is 24 693 US dollars. For comparison: in Turkey amounts to 33 414 US dollars, in Finland – 45 157 US dollars, in Germany – 73 778 US dollars. So loved by Bartosz Marczuk OECD average is 53 686 US dollars. Why not mention it? Fourthly: how much you need to cynicism to say that four protesters demands boil down to one: “to give them more money?” Does the author think that it is enough to endure the Master Card, and soon there will be additional activities and care in the common good? That education in Poland is sufficiently funded? How can you insult the environmental question: Why would a teacher be above average, and so if there is any benefit from this? Well, writing about other, betray ambiguous about themselves. Let me not I put a dot over the i. Footnotes: [1] Bartosz Marchuk: “Teachers want more, without giving anything in return” (address on Wp.pl not give, not to increase the audience – someone really wants is a find – see comment below) [2] Number of teaching hours per year in lower secondary education in 2000, 2005 and 2012 This post appeared on the blog GWO “Bet on education.” *** Just a comment from the editor Edunews.pl: Hejt in the mass media and the Internet can be practiced in many ways. As Edunews.pl see that fictianol essay writer the so-called Haters. (Not) serious media education especially fond of the plot grateful to the fire. The goal is perhaps one to attract attention, so that more people entered the website, made a move on the page, and you know – advertisers pay for that traffic is. It seems to us that, after all it is worth your comment in the media and blogs such opinions and statements, but links to them do not have to post. Why give such publishers still earn an extra Internet traffic. Great presentation on this subject was recently prof. Tomasz Goban-Klas during the 25th Symposium of Man – Media – Education, who said: “(…) if, according to the old saying” advertising is leveraged trade “, the media are leveraged advertising. And so it turns media and marketing business. And it drives unpaid work by both sectors – volunteers, viewers, listeners, newspaper readers, internet users. The latter, however, are working even more intensely, especially as users of Web 2.0, they share knowledge, experience, views and opinions (…) “and the provocative comments or articles, we should add. Well, it is not widely known that Internet users can vote – clicks. You already know, therefore, dear teachers, what you think about the Virtual Polish. Do not hesitate therefore be “vote” elections in your web. 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