“Every child is an angel.” Teachers of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug were congratulated on Teacher’s Day

Teacher’s Day is celebrated in Russia today, October 5th. In honor of the professional holiday, the best teachers in the district were awarded in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, and the work of teaching staff was also celebrated. Governor of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug Yuri Bezdudny presented awards to teachers and educators

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Dilbar Artykova speaks about her work with great love. According to her, school is the most sacred place, and every child is an angel. The teacher’s teaching experience is 45 years, and she still goes to work with joy.

– It seems like only yesterday that I started my journey into the profession! We must love children. Never single out anyone: neither favorites nor least favorites. I love everyone equally. Children see and feel this. I always tell the kids and follow this rule myself: we leave a bad mood outside the school door,” the interlocutor smiles.

Playing school as a child, little Dilbar was always a teacher. He will gather all his peers and distribute assignments. I especially liked checking notebooks and marking them with a red pen.

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“When I started studying in the fifth grade, I went to help my teacher check her notebooks. Now… When you have to check five packs a day, of course, you won’t be happy,” the teacher laughs.

She came to her future profession in the footsteps of her mother, an experienced German language teacher. She graduated from a pedagogical school – received a specialty as a primary school teacher, and immediately entered the Tajik State University named after V.I. Lenin.

– At our pedagogical school there was a teacher of Russian language and literature, Anna Aleksandrovna Lavrova, she taught classes so interestingly that I fell in love with this subject! I entered the university for this specialty,” recalls Dilbar Artykova.

She moved to the Nenets Autonomous Okrug in 2005. She began her teaching career at a school in the village of Iskateley, and remembers with particular warmth her first place of work in the Arctic. Now he teaches at city school No. 1: he also teaches elementary school children, teaches Russian language and literature to older children.

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– I love our Russian classics; when I start repeating the works myself, I reread them with pleasure and discover something new. I try to instill this in my children. The whole world reads these books! It is very important that children read. I try to instill in them a love of reading: I come up with all sorts of tests on the content, I give prizes if I solved everything correctly – not only a grade, but also some kind of prize. Children become interested and get involved. I think all methods are good. The main thing is the result! – the teacher shares his secrets.

In her work she places great emphasis on the study of Nenets authors. The teacher is sure: everyone who lives in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug should know and respect the literature of indigenous peoples.

– We learn Nenets and Komi songs and perform. I have been a teacher for 45 years. Time changes, but children remain the same. Just as inquisitive and kind,” the teacher concludes.

Today, for many years of conscientious work and significant services in the field of education, Dilbar was awarded a Certificate of Honor from the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation.

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Governor of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug Yuri Bezdudny congratulated the teachers of the region:

– The fifth of October is a special day. Today we honor everyone who has chosen for themselves the most noble profession of a teacher, the one who sows the reasonable, the good, the eternal in our children every day. Every day you give children not only knowledge and experience, but also give them your warmth. Not only me, but everyone is filled with a feeling of gratitude and appreciation for their first teacher, for the high school teachers. These feelings are understandable: it was the teachers who stood next to us in moments of failure and supported us, rejoicing at our successes. It is you who create the foundation of the country on which scientists, astronauts, engineers, builders, doctors, and teachers will grow. Happy holiday!

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Galina Chestneyshina was awarded the title “Honorary Teacher of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug” today. She worked at the Nenets special (correctional) boarding school for about 30 years, teaching specialized technology. I recently retired.

– I myself am very creative. Everything that I knew myself, I taught my girls: sewing, knitting, embroidery. I have always been lucky with children: I liked to notice the spark in a child, ignite it, and see how he succeeds. Our children require a special approach; training, one might say, is individual. We also work a lot in speech development lessons. At work we study sewing, the students take an exam in this subject – the only one that exists in our school: they draw tickets, and also do practical work. The girls are trying their best! For children who have developmental disabilities, it is very important to be able to do something with their hands. They are very talented at this! And how nice it is to see that after our school someone enters, receives a secondary education, and uses the skills acquired in the classroom in later life,” shares Galina Chestneyshina.

Today, Galina Durkina, a teacher at the Skazka kindergarten, was awarded the badge “For Loyalty to the Profession.” Her work experience is 45 years.

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From an early age she dreamed of working with children. She graduated from the Naryan-Mar Social and Humanitarian College with a degree in Primary School Teacher.

When it came time to get a job, there were no free rates in schools. A young teacher was offered a vacancy in a kindergarten.

– I started working in a small kindergarten “Rybachok”. And then “Skazka” opened – I moved there and stayed there. I remember with what desire I went to work! Young, energetic. The children are sledding, and I want to do it myself. It was so interesting to play and practice with them. I liked to see how children grow: they come as very little children, and when they graduate they are almost schoolchildren. “Everyone is smart and curious,” Galina Durkina smiles.

She is sure: the main thing in the work of a teacher and educator is love for children. And everything else will come with experience.

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