On May 16, the final meetings of the production educational and educational pedagogical practice of students of the III year of full-time and part-time education majors 0.35 Philology (Ukrainian language and literature) and 0.14 Secondary education (Ukrainian language and literature) took place, which became a kind of report on the work done. The interns talked about how they acquired new skills and the ability to find an individual approach to students, shared their successes and impressions from the internship, showed bright presentations and photos. Everyone was adept at using various programs to enhance distance learning.
The faculty head of practice, the director of our Institute, Valentyna Greschuk, emphasized that in the process of protecting industrial practice, students showed a high level of professional training, demonstrated thorough reports and excellent results of their work. The methodologists of the Department of the Ukrainian language noted that student-interns are hardworking, diligent and have great creative potential.
“We sincerely thank everyone for being with us in defense of the practice of our Uzso-31 group! Thank you for the support, kind words and advice that strengthened us during this unforgettable practical period of our lives! We believe that we will become real teachers who will be able to ignite children’s hearts to learning and wisdom, to love and kindness!” – shared student Snizhana Didyk.
“We thank the Faculty of Philology, the departments of Ukrainian language, Ukrainian literature, psychology and pedagogy, our methodologists and teachers for this practice, as well as our students, because without them we would not have become teachers!” – added student Oksana Boyko.
“Productive educational and educational pedagogical practice was a bright ray in this difficult time. We were once again convinced that the teaching profession is the right choice in our lives,” said student Anastasia Kruk.
The students gained enormous experience and had the opportunity to realize themselves as teachers and class mentors, they were convinced that the passing of pedagogical practice is an extremely important stage in the formation of a future teacher. All the students are very grateful to the head of practice Valentina Greschuk and the methodologists for helping to implement successful ideas, giving useful advice, and sharing important experience of their pedagogical activities.