Teaching as a planned and planned activity of teachers and students occurs in several organizational forms such as compulsory, optional, supplementary instruction, consultative, optional, free school lessons, continuing, practical instruction and fermental practice.
Compulsory teaching covers subjects according to the curricula for the various occupations. Teaching is conducted according to new curricula. Compulsory education covers all students and is programmed with a weekly schedule for students varying from 30 to 35 hours per week and for teachers 20 hours per week. (attachment)
Supplementary instruction is organized for students who show consistently poor learning outcomes, and especially if they have at least two poor grades, have shown poor performance in a particular subject, are absent from a particular subject, and at the request of the student or parent or guardian.
Supplementary classes with talented students and students who want to deepen their knowledge will work on a pre-prepared program. Teachers will need to develop a special work program for talented students that will focus on the contents of regional and state competitions.
The tutoring will cover students who are self-initiating, and will mostly focus on the final year students who will prepare for the graduation or final exam.
Elective classes will cover students in the third and fourth year of vocational education. Students, according to the Matriculation and Final Examination in Public Secondary Education, have the opportunity to choose from the list of electives two teaching subjects that they will study during the academic year.
Continuing classes are organized for students who have shown poor performance in compulsory subjects (June and August exam sessions).
For the students of construction-geodetic, textile-leather, chemical-technological profession, health, economic, legal and commercial profession and catering-tourism profession, the practical training is realized in the form of exercises, practical teaching and ferial practice.
Free Classes – In vocational education students take free classes in the following areas: Culture of Peace, Tolerance and Protection; Urban culture; Healthy Living Culture and Life Sciences. The total number of hours planned for these activities during one academic year is 70 (ie 60 hours for IV year). These classes are not on a regular schedule but are conducted in a time acceptable to the students, in agreement with the subject teachers.
Among other things, the school has developed its own free-lance curricula that are approved by the VET Center and the Bureau of Education:
-application of computer technology in construction geodetic profession,
-program for multicultural activities in chemical-technological profession
– Entrepreneurship Program
– Career Development Program and
– corrective gymnastics
– School mediation