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April 22, 2021 09:02 am
Moscow schoolchildren won 13 diplomas of winners and 36 diplomas of prize-winners.
The final stage of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren in astronomy has come to an end in Samara. Three Moscow schoolchildren scored the most points and were recognized as absolute winners in their parallels. The best among ninth-graders was Yegor Zhitko from the Kurchatov school, among the tenth-graders – Elisey Zhdanov from the physics and mathematics school No. 2007, among the eleventh-graders – Danila Shkinderov from the school No. 57. In total, the Moscow team has won 13 diplomas of winners and 36 diplomas of prize-winners.
Scientific adviser Center for Excellence Ivan Yashchenko noted that this year the Moscow participants have achieved amazing results.
“A couple of years ago we could not boast of such success. And today, thanks to the massive work on popularizing the subject in Moscow, 25 thousand children in the fall tried their hand at the school stage online, and then got the opportunity to study astronomy in circles, specialized seminars, bright online courses posted in the Moscow Electronic School ”. After all, astronomy is a very beautiful subject that develops horizons, even if you do not plan to study it professionally, ”said Ivan Yashchenko.
The competition was held from 14 to 19 April for students in grades 9-11. The finalists demonstrated their knowledge of astronomy through hands-on and theoretical tours. More than 260 schoolchildren from 47 regions of Russia fought for the victory.
At the moment, the final stages of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren in 14 subjects have taken place. You can follow the success of the Muscovites team on the website All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren.
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IN “Moscow Electronic School” Moscow schoolchildren have access to the Astronomy course for students in grades 10-11. The lessons for him were developed by the methodologists of the Center for Pedagogical Excellence together with specialists from the P.K. Sternberg (Moscow State University), the Space Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Special Astrophysical Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The course contains original animations and illustrations of various objects and processes in the Universe and will be useful for schoolchildren who would like to better understand astronomical science. The materials can also be used by teachers in the classroom.
The All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren is held in 24 subjects for students in grades 4-11. It takes place in four stages, including school, municipal, regional and final. The tasks of the last two stages are designed for schoolchildren in grades 9-11, but younger students can also participate in them.
The winners and prize-winners of the final can enter without exams in any Russian university for directions corresponding to the profile of the Olympiad. The final stage is organized by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.
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