The Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Giorgi Chakhnashvili, attended a joint lesson of physics-mathematics in preparation for the international academic Olympic at Tbilisi 1st Experimental School’s “future class,” and then met with successful schoolchildren of the 1st Experimental School. Certified teachers from both schools involved in the team also attended the lesson.
The teacher of the Olympic team explained how to solve tasks in preparation for the International Mathematical Olympiad. During the lesson, schoolchildren used all modern techniques, which they have learned from their “Future Class”.
The joint lesson proved to be very interesting and useful. 1st Experimental School children were able to experience how the Olympic team is preparing for the upcoming International Olympiads. Physics-Mathematics schoolchildren also had the opportunity to try all ultra-modern problem solving techniques using the technology of the “future class.”
The 1st Experimental school “Future class” is often visited by schoolchildren from different schools and is used to hold presentations and conduct various sample and joint lessons.