“Crystal inkwell” in bronze at PetrSU
A.A. Skoropadskaya, Associate Professor of the Department of Classical Philology, Russian Literature and Journalism, became a laureate of the III degree of the International Competition of Pedagogical Skills “Crystal Inkwell. FM Dostoevsky”.
In Minsk, on the initiative of the International Pedagogical Club with the assistance of the Russkiy Mir Foundation and under the patronage of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus, the final of the VIII International Competition of Pedagogical Skills “Crystal Inkwell. FM Dostoevsky” was held, dedicated to the 200th anniversary of FM Dostoevsky and the memory the founder of the competition A. N. Kondryakov.
The competition was held for teachers of the Russian language and literature from different countries in order to disseminate innovative educational practices and exchange promising experience of teachers in the development of culture-oriented education, the study of the Russian language and literature, and the preservation of the cultural and historical heritage of the Russian people.
Within the framework of the competition, the best teachers who became winners of the country stages of the competition and represent Belarus, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Turkey, Italy and Ukraine, gave lessons, took part in the round table “Dostoevsky and the Present: Eternal Laws of Life” and international conference “Dialogues on Education: Prospects for Cooperation”.
There was also a presentation of an almanac dedicated to Dostoevsky’s jubilee.
The winners of the competition will be awarded with diplomas, valuable prizes and the main award – “Crystal inkwells” in gold, silver and bronze.
She took 3rd place at the International Competition of Pedagogical Skills “Crystal Inkwell”. Represented the Russian Federation. I now have the most beautiful bronze inkwell.
– A.A. shared on social networks. Skoropadskaya.
Congratulations to Anna Alexandrovna! We wish you further pedagogical success and victories!
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