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A digital shift has opened for children from the village of Aginsky at the Narasun Center
The Trans-Baikal Center “Narasun” has opened a digital shift for 50 schoolchildren in the village of Aginsky, organized as part of a federal grant of the state program “Education Development”. In the summer camp, children will be able to gain knowledge in the field of discrete mathematics, computer science, digital technology and master the competencies of the digital economy. The educational program is composed using interactive elements, which should promote both the assimilation of the material and the individual and personal growth of children. At the end of the shift, the most successful participants will be invited to join the team of the Trans-Baikal Territory, which will participate in All-Russian Olympiads, seminars and competitions in this area.
Earlier it was reported that in Transbaikalia in 2019 there will be 45 centers for the education of humanitarian and digital profiles “Growth Point”. The federal budget allocated 70 million rubles for the purchase of modern equipment and the training of teachers. For the new centers, 3D printers, VR helmets, quadrocopters and modern computers were purchased. Schoolchildren will be taught prototyping, 3D modeling, computer drawing, etc. In the 2020 year, the “Point of Growth” centers will also be 90 schools throughout the Trans-Baikal Territory.