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NMIE in the primary school “Slavco Stojmenski” Vinica

Background

On July 9, 2013 the agreement for cooperation was officially signed between Nansen Dialogue Centre Skopje and the Municipality of Vinica in order to include the Nansen Model for integrated education in the primary school Slavcho Stojmenski in Vinica Municipality.

Upon the official approval from the municipal authorities and parents, the next step was the selection of teachers that will implement the integrated extracurricular activities. The Team for education, training and development within NDC Skopje in partnership with the school expert services made a selection of teachers that will be responsible for the implementation of the Annual programs for integrated extracurricular activities. The selected teachers attended the basic training cycle for integrated education within the NDC Skopje Training Centre.

The project Nansen model for integrated education in the Vinica municipality was officially launched on November 15, 2013 and it includes students, teachers and parents from the Macedonian and Turkish ethnic community.

About Municipality of Vinica

The regular teaching process and the extracurricular activities

In the schools that apply the NMIE the regular teaching process is carried out completely according to the National Curriculum, i.e. according to the annual programs drafted by the Bureau for development of education of R. of Macedonia whereas the annual programs for integrated extracurricular activities are prepared by the Nansen Dialogue Centre Skopje.  The Annual programs for integrated extracurricular activities are closely correlated with the National curriculum.

The regular teaching process is carried out in the respective native language of the students from different ethnic communities, whereas the integrated extracurricular activities are carried out bilingually using the paraphrasing approach for ethically mixed groups.

The integrated extracurricular activities and the NMIE itself have many specifics, but also new innovations for the Macedonian educational system, which represents a very important step towards the promotion of the modern educational tendencies.

  • Correlation of extracurricular content with National curriculum,
  • Bilingual approach with paraphrasing,
  • Team and tandem cooperation between the teachers,
  • Using the game method during the activities

The annual programs for extracurricular activities drafted by NDC Skopje are implemented through a variety of sections for subject teaching for primary school:

Class Teaching:

  • Art Section
  • Drama (theatre) section
  • Eco section
  • Ethno section
  • Traffic section
  • Mathematic section
  • Meet Macedonia
  • Little explorers
  • Little constructors
  • Peace and tolerance
  • Program for creative writing and expression

The main goals of the integrated extracurricular activities are:

  • To deepen the constructive cooperation relations between students from different ethnic communities,
  • To develop sense among the students about respecting mutual differences,
  • To overcome the stereotypes and prejudices, related to their ethnic, religious and cultural origin,
  • To resolve conflict situations in the group,
  • To develop a positive emotional climate in the group with heterogeneous ethnic structure, in order to maintain a high index of group cohesion,
  • To expand the active vocabulary of the students with terms and cultural and social phrases from the non-native language,
  • To strengthen the interaction, cooperation and confidence between the teachers munities,
  • To develop the talents and abilities of the students in accordance with their individual potentials,
  • To support the curiosity and originality of the students, as well as their creative potentials,
  • To develop the logical, flexible, divergent and critical thinking of the students.

 

School staff and students included in the project


Jordan Stojanov
School Principal


Sanja Smilanska


Şenay Amedova

1st – 5th grade – academic year 2011/2012


Akan Kadriov


Alev Selmanova


Ana Cipishkova


Ana Karanfilova


Andrej-Stojkovski


Aylin Yuseinova


Aysun Destanova


Berk Adiloski


Betül İbraimova


Bojana Lazarova


Bojana Nikolova


Boja Spasovski


Cem Destanov


David Arsov


Elif Destanova


Havzi Recepov


Iva Arsova


Iva Nikolova


Izabela Atanasova


Jana Nikolova


Jovana Kostadinova


Jovan Kostadinov


Keti Atanasova


Lazar Kostadinovski


Leona Haralampieva


Matej Korpasev


Melani Janeva


Melisa Yakupova


Memin Recepi


Nazar Selmanova


Nino Nikolov


Ognen Atanasov


Sinem Mehmedova


Sofija Mihajlova


Tamara Jovanova


Zeliha İbraimova

1st – 5th grade


Alejna Aliova


Alev Selmanova


Ana Karanfilova


Ana Nikolovska


Ana Taseva


Andrej Andreev


Andrej Donevski


Andrej Stojkovski


Angel Pavlovski


Anxheli Demirova


Bekr Adiloski


Betul Ibrahimova


Bojana Lazarova


Bojana Nikolova


Bojan Spasevski


Elena Stamenkova


Elif Destanova


Erika Pavlevski


Filip Danev


Hana Stamenkova


Iva Nikolova


Jane Postolov


Jani Postolov


Jovana Kostadinova


Jovan Pavlovski


Keti Atanasova


Lazar Kostadinovski


Lena Vitanovska


Lia Bogdanova


Lina Arsova


Marija Bojaxhiski


Marija Dimitrova


Mario Eftimov


Meglena Ampova


Melani Janeva


Melek Destanova


Mima Spasova


Mite Atanasov


Ognen Atanasov


Petar Georgiev


Ramize Aliova


Sha Ismail-Aliov


Shefki Mustafov


Simge Amedova


Sinem Mehmedova


Sla Saliova


Sofija Mihajlova


Stefan Lazarov


Teana Coneva


Tomislav Aleksov


Vane Pavlevski


Vanesa Ristovska


Zeliha Ibrahimova