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Methodological meeting with participation of Tkuma Institute E-mail
On March 25, Dnipropetrovsk Regional Institute of Advanced Teacher Training (IATT) held a regional exhibition-presentation Pedagogical Achievements of Dnipropetrovsk Region Teachers 2015. The event was attended by 987 educational institutions from 13 cities and 22 districts of Dnipropetrovsk region. The purpose of the event is distribution and introduction of innovative achievements of teachers of Dnipropetrovsk region.
Within the program meeting of heads of district and city methodical association of teachers of history and social sciences was held. At the invitation IATT Dr. Igor Shchupak, Director of Tkuma Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies and Museum Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine, and Irina Piskariova, Tkuma Institute and Museum Head of Educational Programs, participated in the event. Invited historians shared their experiences in the application of modern methods of teaching the lessons of history. In particular Igor Shchupak presented multimedia version of World History textbook for the 11th form pupils and caused a lively debate among educators. The participants noted that the current project is interesting for the younger generation. Also Dr. Shchupak presented textbook World History for pupils of 7th form. Scientific and practical approach to learning the material suggests the reference to multiple historical versions. Such method of presentation teaches pupils to form their own opinions and establish logical connections between events and facts. The meeting ended with informal communication with teachers, during which teachers find out more about introduction of multimedia educational programs and Tkuma Institute educational programs.
 
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