Top 10 teachers of 2022 nominatedMarch 5, 2023
Top 10 teachers of the year 2022 have been selected.
They are Ri Ik Son, department head of Pyongyang Middle School No. 1, Kim Yong Gum, department head of Moranbong Middle school No. 1, Ri Yong Suk, teacher of Ponbu Kindergarten in Sinuiju City attached to Sinuiju Teachers Training College, Ko Kwan Gum, teacher of Hoechang Technical Senior Middle School in Hoechang County, Pae Hye Song, teacher at Yonggwang Primary School in Sariwon City, Choe Chun Song, teacher at Sapho Primary School in Sapho District of Hamhung, Choe Song Jun, class guidance teacher of Hero Hyesan Middle School No. 1, Kim Ok Gyong, head of the costume art department of the Industrial Design Faculty of Pyongyang University of Fine Arts, Pak Mi Hwa, department head of the Education Faculty No. 2 of Pyongyang Teachers Training College and Kim Chol Min, lecturer at the IT department of the Mathematics Faculty of Wonsan University of Education.
Ri Ik Son of Pyongyang Middle School No. 1 authored seven kinds of textbooks and reference books to be used for classes in the field ofat middle schools No. 1 and invented new experimental and practical training apparatuses including the stereoscopic demonstration instrument in the past three years to improve the conception and application ability of the students.
Kim Yong Gum of Moranbong Middle School No. 1 newly developed a virtual class experience system based on AI, education support program, students’ school record management program and others to contribute to enhancing the qualifications in majors and teaching ability of teachers and improving the knowledge of students.
Ri Yong Suk of Ponbu Kindergarten in Sinuiju has found out many children with gifted talents and aptitudes for calligraphy, writing and others and assiduously cultivated their talents over the past 20-odd years.
Ko Kwan Gum of Hoechang Technical Senior Middle School also produced dozens of winners of national senior middle school mathematics competition in over 20 years while developing and introducing innovative teaching methods.
Pae Hye Song of Yonggwang Primary School introduced a teaching method for improving the practical ability of pupils in the lessons of natural subjects for the fifth grade of primary school. Choe Chun Song of Sapho Primary School took charge of the study of a handicapped pupil to enhance his school performance and improved the knowledge of English of the class in his charge to win the district English conversation competition in succession last year and Choe Song Jun of Hero Hyesan Middle School No. 1 presented dozens of essays helpful to the education of talented students and designed and made experimental equipment and apparatuses including the truck driving simulation equipment. They are all competent teachers who have long worked hard to support the education of new generations.
Last year alone, Kim Ok Gyong, department head of Pyongyang University of Fine Arts, produced scores of important fashion designs and Pak Mi Hwa of Pyongyang Teachers Training College also developed and generalized excellent teaching methods for enhancing the practical ability of students.
Kim Chol Min of Wonsan University of Education developed a students’ ability assessment program which is now widely introduced across the country.
THE PYONGYANG TIMES