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Educational system of Uzbekistan has been presented in Germany PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 25 February 2016 02:17

The city of Bonn (Germany) hosted roundtable, in which event participants presented detailed information about the educational system of Uzbekistan. It was attended by representatives of the city administration and educational institutions of Bonn, Germany-Uzbekistan Friendship Society and local media.

The meeting was organized in order to further promote partnerships between Ludwig Richter School and School №1 of Bukhara. It should be noted in this respect that the cooperation between these institutions was established in 2015 as part of the development of partnerships between Bukhara and Bonn. The parties are currently implementing a joint project "Ecological education of children", aiming at the exchange of experience in the field of education, culture and environmental protection.


During roundtable German partners were acquainted with the educational system of Uzbekistan, by carrying out activities in educational institutions using the latest technologies and the latest scientific achievements, as well as with the essence and the course of reforms in this area in the country.


It was noted that work is focusing on strengthening the role of education in shaping physically healthy and intellectually developed generation of wide introduction of advanced pedagogical know-how and information and communication technologies, the implementation of comprehensive measures for the general promotion of healthy lifestyles.


During his speech, Director of the school №1 Bukhara Sabohat Khaydarova, notifying Uzbekistan's announcement of 2016 as "Year of healthy mother and child", stated that the creation of conditions for the full and harmonious development of children in our country, built in state policy.


However, participants in roundtable made a huge impression on the footage of everyday life normal school in Uzbekistan. This is evidenced by a comment the director of the German school of Christina Khan in an interview with General Anzeiger Bonn. While appreciating the progress achieved in Uzbekistan in the sphere of education, she said that the presentation of Uzbek colleagues showed how relevant for students of the republic topics such as "sustainable development", "energy saving", "environmental protection". According to the German teacher, the opportunity to become better acquainted with our country, its culture and way of life of Uzbek peers revived the interest of German students to Uzbekistan.


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