Within the framework of the All-Russian scientific-practical conference “II Sretensky educational readings. Anniversary milestones: history and modernity” on March 24, a meeting of the presentation platform “Best practices of spiritual, moral and civil-patriotic education of children and youth” was held.
The speakers of the meeting were representatives of educational organizations from different regions of the country: the Department of Pedagogy and Childhood Psychology of PetrSU; North-Eastern State University (SVGU, Magadan); educational organizations: MBOU PGO “Lyceum No. 13”; MOU “Secondary School No. 10 named after A.S. Pushkin (Petrozavodsk); MGBDOU “Child Development Center-Kindergarten No. 46 (Magadan); FSKOU “Petrozavodsk Presidential Cadet School”.
It should be especially emphasized that along with scientists, practicing teachers, heads of educational organizations, pupils of the Petrozavodsk Presidential Cadet School presented the results of their activities.
Various pedagogical initiatives were presented to educate citizenship, a sense of patriotism and moral attitudes among children of preschool and school age, cadets, students; acquaintance of young people with Orthodox culture; volunteer activities.
The topics of the speeches were varied, relevant and aroused great interest of the audience.
The conference was attended by the director of the Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, Ph.D. R.E. Ermolenko; head Department of PiPD M.V. Fadeeva; head Department of Preschool and Primary Education, SVGU S.A. Yakimchuk; teachers and students of PetrSU, SVGU, Petrozavodsk Presidential Cadet School; heads and teachers of educational organizations of the Republic of Karelia and the Magadan Region (65 people in total).
The moderators of the meeting were Tatyana Vladimirovna Vasilieva, director of the Municipal budgetary educational institution of the Petrozavodsk urban district “Lyceum No. 13”, and Galina Vasilievna Makoedova, Candidate of Pedagogy, Associate Professor of the Department of PiPD PetrSU. Technical support and interactive communication were carried out by messengers: Yu. B. Stelmakh and N. A. Semenova, Art. lecturers of the Department of PiPD.