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Sberbank and the Moscow government have launched a teacher training program based on School 21 – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 15, 2024 Time: 04:15:24

As explained by the company, the main objective of the program is to expand teachers’ knowledge in the field of artificial intelligence through practical exercises, learn to apply it in teaching activities, as well as develop cases on the use of AI in the field. . training and master the innovative peer-to-peer equal methodology”).

“Using this method, Moscow universities will be able to transform the learning process of students, which will contribute to the development of communication skills, independence, critical thinking, and also increase motivation and quality of learning,” Sberbank clarified.

The company added that with the help of innovative artificial intelligence tools, the program will also create interactive and personalized lessons and develop business cases for the current needs of employers. Commenting on the launch of the program and the signing of the agreement, German Gref emphasized that Sber always experiments a lot and successfully with the Moscow mayor’s office.

“An incredible team works here and the closeness between our teams is important to us,” said German Gref. “When we opened the first School 21 in Moscow, it was an experiment. We didn’t fully understand how it all worked. “It would work, but it’s obviously a very interesting learning system.”

Over the years, a new platform has been built – it runs entirely on Sber technologies, which do not depend on anyone. The school is developing, the project is expanding, schools are opening throughout Russia, and there are plans to develop the project abroad.

“Since the opening of the first School 21 we have trained thousands of students who are prepared for a new life in new conditions,” said German Gref. “And we also set ourselves the task of helping people live comfortably with new technologies. Therefore, invest as much as possible in children. An important understanding is the lack of fear of the future and technology.”

Sergei Sobyanin stressed that Moscow is a leader in several areas: the use of artificial intelligence, digitalization in education, health, transport and housing and communal services.

“The agreement we signed today will give an even greater boost to our friendship and cooperation,” said Sergei Sobyanin. “The School 21 project is wonderful, uplifting and the courses differ from Sber’s ordinary advanced training courses. bank in our country and not just a financial corporation, but a locomotive for the development of digital culture, artificial intelligence and the latest technologies. What it does in a wide variety of industries is respectable considering the fact that such technologies are used in. in all areas, this, of course, means a lot to us for the development of the city and for the competitiveness of our entire country.

In the first stage of the new program, 200 professors from universities in the capital participate, training specialists for the IT industry. They will undergo two educational programs on the School 21 campus in Moscow, and the first 100 participants will already complete the artificial intelligence program.

“It helped teachers expand their knowledge in the field of generative artificial intelligence, learn how to apply it in teaching practice, and also develop cases of its effective use in the field of secondary vocational education,” Sberbank explained.

In May-June 2024, students will be trained in the “Introduction to Data Analysis” program. Within its framework, another 100 participants will improve their skills in the field of data science (“data science” is one of the big areas of IT) and will also acquire skills in working with a data-driven approach (the ability to make data-driven decisions). This will allow teachers to more effectively and efficiently organize the learning process in universities in in-demand IT specialties.

Sber and companies in the education sector actively cooperate with the Moscow Department of Education and Science to update the content of training programs for university students in IT areas. Joint projects include the development of educational modules for mastering modern digital skills: working with artificial intelligence and large data sets, modern programming languages ​​and data analysis methods.

In addition, within the framework of cooperation, teaching materials for teachers and students are created, teachers are trained in advanced IT areas, and modern teaching formats such as “peer-to-peer” and “flipped classroom” are introduced.

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