Natalia Nesterova is a famous Russian teacher. She managed to create and put into practice the so-called concept of lifelong education. The Academy of Education, created by Natalya Vasilievna in Moscow, became a platform for pedagogical experiments. The teacher has a Ph. D. degree and solid experience in the field of education.
From the biography of Natalia Vasilievna Nesterova
The future Russian teacher Natalia Nesterova was born in the village. Slavyanka in the Primorsky Territory. Her date of birth is April 24, 1950. Natalya's father was a civil engineer, her mother worked as an economist. Natalia received her higher education at Moscow State University: in 1984, Nesterova graduated from the physics department of this university. The teacher also has a diploma from the capital's state correspondence pedagogical institute, where she graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics.
Career and achievements
From 1966 to 1990, Natalya Vasilievna taught physics, chemistry and mathematics, worked in schools in Kazakhstan and Moscow. She also did tutoring. It was during these years that her pedagogical talent and skill as an organizer became apparent.
In 1990, Vasilyeva founded her own Education Center in Moscow, which she headed. In 1991, Natalya Vasilievna established the Humanitarian Gymnasium. A year later, the New Humanitarian University of Natalia Nesterova was also opened, and then the Academy of Dance.
The work of educational institutions is based on the concept of lifelong education created by Nesterova. This system includes several stages: kindergarten, standard secondary school, as well as secondary vocational and higher education, postgraduate studies.
In 2002, Natalya Vasilievna defended her dissertation and received the degree of candidate of pedagogical sciences. The topic of the dissertation work was the formation of creative thinking in the framework of the lifelong education system. The dissertation was defended at the Krasnodar University of Culture and Arts.
In 2005, at the same university, Nesterova defended her doctoral dissertation, presenting a research on the theory and methodology of organizing a local higher education system.
Natalia Nesterova is a member of the International Academy of Creativity, as well as an honorary member of the Academy of Culture. The teacher is a member of the presidium of another solid organization - the Association of non-state universities in the country.
Personal life of Natalia Nesterova
Those who know Nesterova well, argue that behind the image of a fragile-looking woman hides a strong character and a bright pedagogical talent, which was revealed already in the first years of her career. On the way to life goals, Natalya Vasilievna had to overcome many obstacles. She honorably passed all the tests, many of which were associated with the sluggishness of the public education system and the inertia of the bureaucratic apparatus.
Natalya Vasilievna is married. Her husband, Grigory Nesterov, is a soloist of the Philharmonic. The family had four children: the Nesterovs have three daughters and a son.
In the upbringing of children, Natalya Vasilievna came in handy with professional knowledge and pedagogical skills acquired during work.