Biology Studies in Russian Schools
AbstractThis article describes the legal framework for the organization of education in Russia. It explains the set-up of general (school) studies in Biology and lists the topics studied in school subjects The World Around Us (1st-4th grade) and Biology (5th-11th grade). Russian system of education gives a lot of focus to the development of methodological knowledge and skills necessary to independently solve cognitive tasks and carry out independent research.
State Federal Education Standard of Basic School Education. http://минобрнауки.рф/проекты/фгос-и-пооп
State Federal Education Standard of Secondary Education http://минобрнауки.рф/проекты/фгос-и-пооп
Model Curriculum for Primary General Education. http://минобрнауки.рф/проекты/фгос-и-пооп
Model Curriculum for Basic General Education. http://минобрнауки.рф/проекты/фгос-и-пооп
Model Curriculum for Secondary General Education. http://минобрнауки.рф/проекты/фгос-и-пооп
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