TEDx Conference “The Art of Learning” 6+

In the student project office “PRO.UM” of the Pedagogical Innovation Park, the results of the educational familiarization practice of 1st year students of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology under the guidance of Associate Professor I.V. Komarova.

The director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology Rimma Evgenievna Ermolenko made a welcoming speech.

Irina Vasilievna Komarova, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Methods of Primary Education and Head of the Student Design Office, gave a TED lecture “Learning as an Adventure” for the guests .

The students presented their works, created jointly with the students of the elementary school of the University Lyceum and Lyceum No. 40 of the city of Petrozavodsk (you can familiarize yourself with the projects by the link ). The following topics were touched upon: ” How sports affects human life ” ” How drawing helps to overcome stress ” ” Inventions donated by nature ” and others. Students and learners have proven that there are many ways to present a project. That is why one of the Stand Up projects was carried out in the form of a flash mob “Teaching as a Dance” .
Experts of the projects within the framework of the TEDx-conference “The Art of Learning” 6+ were the invited guests: Marina Aleksandrovna Belyaeva, deputy director for elementary school, Lyceum No. 40, Petrozavodsk, and Valentina Gennadievna Skabina, deputy director for elementary school, University Lyceum, Petrozavodsk. Marina Aleksandrova and Valentina Gennadievna performed for the guests of the program with a master class “A teacher and his student: to see the main thing.”

After summing up the results, the guests of the TEDx conference “The Art of Learning” attended an interactive lesson in the Pedagogical Innovation Park of PetrSU “Younger Schoolchildren Are Visiting Robots” under the guidance of students of the Department of Technology, Fine Arts and Design of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology Alexander Krenitsyn, Danil Duryagin, Danil Arkhipov and Sergey Levchenko.

 

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