ISSN 2409-7616

Akhunov A.R., Gubaidullin M.I., Zaripova L.A., Kostromina D.А., Sattarova G.A.



UDC 372.891 (911.711)

Abstract. This article discusses the conditions for the implementation of individual school project activities for the improvement of public space in rural areas (for example, the village of Mikhailovka, Ufa district of the Republic of Bashkortostan). Special emphasis is placed on the possibility of the subject “Geography” in a secondary school for organizing research activities of students. Project activities cover all levels of modern education. At school, a deep study of individual subjects can be realized using students’ research projects when solving certain problems. If these problems relate to the territory in which the students themselves live, then there is a “immersion” in the topic of research. The article presents excerpts from the work of schoolchildren of the secondary school named after A.M. Alymova in the village of Mikhailovka. Proposals for the improvement of public spaces in Mikhailovka are accompanied by photographic and cartographic material. The recommendations note that the territory of the village of Mikhailovka has a good natural-recreational and historical-cultural framework for the development of its territory. However, today the improvement of public spaces in the village is carried out only for certain types of work, which leads to the loss of mutual coordination of the improvement elements. Therefore, an integrated approach to improving the quality of the living environment is required, taking into account the opinion of local residents, including the younger generation. School project activities of a research nature strengthen and develop an intersubject connection between natural, social and humanitarian knowledge and skills.

Keywords: individual school project, improvement of public spaces, methods of teaching geography.


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Akhunov A.R., Gubaidullin M.I., Zaripova L.A., Kostromina D.А., Sattarova G.A. School project activities on improvement of public areas in rural area (on the example of the village Mikhailovka, Ufimsky district, Republic Bashkortostan). CITISE, 2021, no. 2, pp.435-446. DOI: