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NMIE in the primary school “Rajko zinzifov” Cair

Background

On October 20, 2011, the project Nansen model for integrated education was officially launched in the MPS “Rajko Zhinzifov” (Ismail Qemali), Municipality of Chair, Skopje. The project gained support by the Mayor of the Municipality of Chair and the Municipal Council which approved the allocation of funds from the municipal budget for the needs of the project. The agreement for cooperation between the Nansen Dialogue Center Skopje and the Municipality of Chair was signed on August 3, 2011.

After signing the Agreement, NDC Skopje in cooperation with the school management and the expert services selected the teachers who will carry out the integrated extracurricular activities, whereas the Team for education, training and development at NDC Skopje implemented a series of trainings covering the broad topic of integrated education.

In September 2011, the Project was presented to the parents of the students that follow the teaching process in Macedonian and Albanian language and received the necessary support for including the students in the project and start with the implementation.

About Municipality of Chair

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 class and 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 children from different ethnic communities,
  • To develop sense among the children 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 and parents from both ethnic communities,
  • To develop the talents and abilities of the children in accordance with their individual potentials,
  • To support the curiosity and originality of the children, as well as their creative potentials,
  • To develop the logical, flexible, divergent and critical thinking of the children.

 

Staff and students included in the project


Kadri Agushi
School Principal


Maja Janevska


Mejlan Ameti


Mevlurije Racaj

 

1st grade – academic year 2011/2012


Adis Bekirovski


Admir Fakic


Alen Bekirovik


Amir Lekovik


Andi Dulovi


Anes Halilovik


Anila Kerimi


Arbin Kuci


Artan Fuga


Arta Salihasi


Astrit Ramadani


Aza Ameti


Bajram Berat


Belma Hoti


Blerta Demiri


Dielza Dalip


Din Memeti


Dion Krasnici


Egzon Zimeri


Engin Iseini


Ersen Suma


Ervin Hadzija


Esmerhana Bajram


Hasim Sahiti


Isra Curi


Jona Kasapi


Kanita Muaremi


Marko Dukoski


Masar Imer


Metin Caro


Omer Curi


Omer Lekovik


Omer Lika


Ornela Dudis


Samira Begovik


Tina Butaljen


Art Saiti


Dea Hodza


Anela Masovik


Almir Feta


Sufjan Loki


Enes Hadzic


Sumeja Ameti


Tarik Sefiti


Valdrin Lita


Zoran Katunac


Seada Adzija


Mrika Gjakova


Jaser Hajrullahi


Erik Mamuti

 

1st grade – academic year 2012/2013


And Halimi


Anisa Alili


Art Kasapi


Belma Kamberi


Belma Miftari


Blerina Muaremi


Dorat Dardista


Elda Hasani


Emira Dashi


Erion Hamiti


Erol Murteza


Fjola Beqiri


Husein Ganiu


Jeta Nuhiu


Jon Gudaci


Jusuf Ejub


Korab Adzami


Ledion Jetishi


Ledion Suki


Lina Rasiti


Lina Zeqiri


Lina Zymeri


Melisa Memedi


Nol Memeti


Qendresa Emini


Suhejb Sejfulai


Sulejma Lika


Sumeja Lika


Tara Dzeladin


Valdet Nebievska


Vesa Hoti


Vesa Mecha


Visar Veseli


Zana Shaini

 

2nd grade – academic year 2012/2013


Anisa Dauti


Ermira Lecaj


Agon Bruti


Amar Sadiku


Elsa Spahiu


Lejdina Brava


Izair Ibraimi


Bujar Saliu


Safet Asani


Anife Asani


Alba Misini


Anesa Redzepi


Alma Bushi


Jetmir Bela


Anisa Imeri


Anda Neziri


Jeton Iseni


Ensar Bajrami


Tarik Ademi


Anila Fuga